- Christian Thomas
- Michael Batten
- Dustin Mitchell
- Banjo Duke
- Corey Almond
- Shaun Harrell
- Cy Nelms Jr.
- Brian Strickland
- Michael Rouse
- Skeeter Liles
- Roger Lucas
- Clint Hodges
- Jason Floyd
- Brad Rigdon
- Robbie Turner
- Carl Vaughan
- Kimbo Long
- Timmy Blackwell
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Daily Dirt 12/05/2021 18:16:18
Fayetteville Motor Speedway,
Sanction: Fast Unified Engine Late Model Series (Wayne Gray Sr. Memorial) - $3,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated June 20, 5:46 pm)
Thomas FUELs up with Fayetteville victory
Wayne Gray Sr. Memorial
Christian Thomas won his third straight FUEL tour victory.
What won the race: Christian Thomas of Wake Forest, N.C., powered to a $3,000 victory in Saturday's Fast Unified Engine Late Model-sanctioned Wayne Gray Sr. Memorial at Fayetteville Motor Speedway. Thomas beat Michael Batten to the finish line in the 35-lap feature, his third straight series victory.
Key notes: Thomas continued his domination of the mixed-engine Late Model tour's 2021 season, racing off the pole position to record his fourth win in five events. ... Thomas previously was victorious in FUEL competition at Fayetteville on May 29 and has won four of the tour's last five events there. ... Saturday's feature was slowed by multiple incidents and lasted 39 minutes, with 16 competitors completing all 35 laps.
On the move: Banjo Duke of Sumter, S.C., started 11th and finished fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Thomas drives a Rocket Chassis powered by a Battenbilt Racing Engine with sponsorship from Sewell Logging, J.S. Sewell Hauling and Bobby Taylor Oil Company.
Points chase: Thomas entered the event with 300 points to lead Shaun Harrell (296) and Batten (282).
Current weather: Few Clouds, 81°F
Car count: 23
Fast qualifier: Christian Thomas
Time: 15.016 seconds
Polesitter: Christian Thomas
Next series race: July 3, Halifax County Motor Speedway (Brinkleyville, NC) $0
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.