Sanction: Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Models - $1,200
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated April 14, 4:13 pm)
Weeks grabs first Blue Ridge Outlaws win
- Ricky Weeks
- Dustin Mitchell
- Tony Ayers
- Dean Bowen
- Kale Green
- Mark Dysart
- Johnny Pridgen
- Josh Harris
- Elliott Sanders
- Chuck Smith
- Brandon O'Neil
- Coty Tanquary
- Ritchie Corley
- David Linville
- Matt Pridgen
- Shaun Medlin
Ricky Weeks picked up his first Blue Ridge Outlaws victory of '19.
What won the race: Polesitter Ricky Weeks of Rutherfordton, N.C., led flag-to-flag to pick up his first Blue Ridge Outlaw Late Model Series win of the season. Third-starting Dustin Mitchell chased Weeks throughout, but settled for second, while second-starting Tony Ayers finished third.
Quotable: “I like this racetrack. It’s a good track (with a) good surface,” said Weeks. “It was a little dry tonight, but they was afraid it was gonna rain on ‘em, so I understand that. It was a fun race. I hate they had to many cautions there at the end.”
Key notes: Ricky Weeks earned $1,200 for his second straight win at Sumter. … Week swept the night’s action, setting fast time, winning the Six Shooter Dash and leading every lap of the feature. … Dean Bowen of Whiteville, N.C., earned a $250 bonus from 3 Nails Contracting for having the best average finish between Lake View (S.C.) Motor Speedway on April 6 and Sumter Speedway. … Milling through the stands collecting donations for St. Jude, series drivers collected $590 at Sumter.
Winner's sponsors: Weeks drives a Longhorn Chassis sponsored by Parton Lumber, AFCO, Penske Shocks, American Race Tires, Renegade Fuels and Phyllis Ikey.
Points chase: After Sumter, Brandon O’Neil (116 points) leads Ricky Weeks (103), Shaun Medlin (97), John Eller (89) and Josh Harris (79).
Car count: 16
Fast qualifier: Ricky Weeks
Time: 15.192 seconds
Polesitter: Ricky Weeks
Dash winner: Ricky Weeks
Next series race: April 20, Friendship Motor Speedway (Elkin, NC) $1,200
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.