Sanction: All Star Racing Series (The Reaper) - $2,000
Information provided by: Robert Holman and series reports (last updated November 5, 7:01 pm)
Williams wins Reaper opener at Columbus
- Brandon Williams
- Tyler Stevens
- Tyler Wood
- Christian Hanger
- Jimmy Thomas
- Justin McRee
- Ryan Colby
- Oakley Johns
- Robert Moore
- Josh Ray
- Shay Knight
- Zach Jenkins
- J.C. Waller
- Hunter Carroll
- Marcus Minga
- Johnny Waters
- Randall Beckwith
- Christopher Showah
- Jamie Pickard
- Steve Russell
- Jeremy Shaw
- Ashley Newman
- Bobby Jordan
- Ronnie Cooper
Brandon Williams in victory lane at Columbus Speedway.
What won the race: Pole-starting Brandon Williams of Crossville, Tenn., led all the way in Friday’s weekend-opening feature on the All Star Racing Series for a $2,000 victory at Columbus Speedway. He took the checkers ahead of Tyler Stevens.
Key notes: Williams, who earned an additional $500 for his quick time, won by a car length in a follow-the-leader main event that went caution free after a first-lap slowdown. ... Outside front-row starter Jeremy Shaw was among drivers eliminated in turn-two pileup on first start that required a 15-minute cleanup. ... The green flag dropped at 2:35 a.m. on a late night at Columbus (two features were scheduled to follow the ASRS main). ... The All Star Racing Series concludes the weekend with a $10,000-to-win main event Saturday. ... Ryan Colby of Chatham, Miss., is the only repeat ASRS winner this season. ... Saturday's fast qualifier earns $1,000 courtesy of Strength Roofing & Siding.
Points chase: J.C. Waller of Arlington, Tenn., leads the series standings.
Car count: 36
Fast qualifier: Brandon Williams
Polesitter: Brandon Williams
Heat race winners: Brandon Williams, Jeremy Shaw, Tyler Wood, Tyler Stevens
Consolation race winners: Ronnie Cooper, Jamie Pickard
Provisional starters: J.C. Waller, Christopher Showah
Next series race: November 13, Crossroads MotorPark Speedway (Corinth, MS) $0
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.