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Daily Dirt 10/28/2020 05:52:04

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July 10
Greenville Speedway,
Greenville, MS
Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated July 11, 2:46 pm)
Palasini grabs flag-to-flag Greenville victory
  1. Mike Palasini Jr.
  2. Drew Armstrong
  3. Spencer Hughes
  4. Timothy Culp
  5. Logan Martin
  6. Rick Rickman
  7. Derrick Nichols
  8. B.J. Robinson
  9. Kyle Beard
  10. Seth Reed
  11. Morgan Bagley
  12. Bubba Harrison
  13. Neil Baggett
  14. Scott Abraham
  15. Joseph Long
  16. Logan Showah
  17. Jeff Young
  18. David Payne
  19. Brian Rickman
  20. Jeff Roth
  21. Joe Godsey
  22. Hunter Rasdon
  23. Justin McRee
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Mike Palasini Jr. heads to victory at Greenville Speedway.
What won the race: Outside front-row starter Mike Palasini Jr., of Leland, Miss., led all the way Friday at Greenville Speedway for a $3,000 Comp Cams Super Dirt Series victory. He took the checkers 4.371 seconds ahead of polesitter and series rookie Drew Armstrong.
Key notes: Palasini scored his second career Comp Cams victory; his first came Sept. 1, 2018, at Greenville. ... He's the 12th winner in 14 series races in 2020. ... Seven drivers finished on the lead lap.
On the move: Series points leader Logan Martin of West Plains, Mo., started 18th and finished fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Mike Palasini Jr. drives the Doug Showah-owned No. D8 sponsored by M&D Aviation, Hanos Dirt Works, The Tint Man and Racing Wraps.
Points chase: After Greenville: 1. Logan Martin (2,343); 2. Timothy Culp (2,288); 3. Spencer Hughes (2,267); 4. B.J. Robinson (2,086); 5. Morgan Bagley (2,071).
Car count: 23
Fast qualifier: Spencer Hughes
Time: 13.875 seconds
Heat race winners: Drew Armstrong, Mike Palasini Jr., Timothy Culp
Next series race: July 11, I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, AR) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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