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March 16
East Alabama Motor Speedway,
Phenix City, AL
Sanction: National Late Model Super Car Series (Bama Bash) - $3,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated March 18, 2:31 pm)
Brown picks up second NLMSCS victory
Bama Bash
  1. Joseph Brown
  2. Kenny Collins
  3. Jody Knowles
  4. David McCoy
  5. Brand Lewis
  6. Dusty Jones
  7. Rodney Martin
  8. Will Harris
  9. Dustin Elliott
  10. Chad Marchman
  11. Ricky Culpepper
  12. Mark Whitener
  13. Dana Eiland
  14. Thomas Lewis
  15. Dalton Cook
  16. Jimmy Thomas
  17. Richie Stephens
  18. Johnny Benfield
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What won the race: Polesitter Joseph Brown of nearby Columbus, Ga., picked up his second National Late Model Super Car Series victory of the season, winning the $3,000 Bama Bash at his home track on Saturday. Fellow front-row starter Kenny Collins finished second.
Key notes: Only five cars finished the race. ... Brown also won the NLMSCS season-opener at East Alabama back on Jan. 27, a race originally scheduled for Nov. 11, 2018 but was rescheduled because of rain. … This was this third NLMSCS race of 2019, but the tour’s first points race. … Dalton Cook of Columbus, Ga., who had a pair of runner-up finishes in the first two series races, broke a jack shaft in his car’s rearend during qualifying and scratched for the night. … Mark Whitener started third but didn’t finish after suffering mechanical trouble. … East Alabama hosted its second NLMSCS race of the season as the tour headlined the 22nd annual Bama Bash. … The NLMS 602 Late Model Series, an upstart series for the 602 Crate engined powered machines, made its debut with a $2,000-to-win main event. … The NLMSCS hasn’t released a full schedule for ’19.
Winner's sponsors: Brown’s Black Diamond Race Car is powered by a Bobby Thomas Racing Engine and sponsored by Brown Heating and Cooling, Lewis Auto Sales, Benton Paint Co., Lewis Akin Properties and Impulse Towing & Recovery.
Points chase: With the Bama Bash the NLMSCS's first points event of the season, Brown grabbed the tour's early points lead.
Car count: 18
Polesitter: Joseph Brown
Next series race: April 27, East Alabama Motor Speedway (Phenix City, AL) $0
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Brown, Collins
Row 2: Whitener, Culpepper
Row 3: McCoy, Jones,
Row 4: Martin, Knowles
Row 5: Thomas, Stephens
Row 6: Elliott, B. Lewis
Row 7: T. Lewis, Marchman
Row 8: Harris, Eiland
Row 9: Cook
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