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September 20
Smoky Mountain Speedway,
Maryville, TN
Sanction: Southern All Star Series (King of the Mountain Fall Classic) - $5,000
Information provided by: Richard Allen and series reports (last updated September 21, 10:03 pm)
Weaver tops Madden in Smoky Mountain thriller
King of the Mountain Fall Classic
  1. Randy Weaver
  2. Chris Madden
  3. Casey Roberts
  4. Tommy Kerr
  5. Donald McIntosh
  6. Jason Welshan
  7. Ray Cook
  8. Cory Hedgecock
  9. Chris Wilson
  10. Jeff Wolfenbarger
  11. Mark Vineyard
  12. Austin Smith
  13. Chad Ogle
  14. Josh Putnam
  15. Todd Morrow
  16. Dylan Ames
  17. Robby Moses
  18. Skylar Marlar
  19. Riley Hickman
  20. Bobby Mays
  21. Skip Arp
  22. Brian Reese
  23. Terry Wolfenbarger
  24. David Crabtree
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Randy Weaver enjoys wearing his crown after winning the King of the Mountain Fall Classic.
What won the race: Randy Weaver of Crossville, Tenn., slid by Chris Madden of Gray Court, S.C., with three laps remaining to secure a $5,000 Southern All Star Series victory in the King of the Mountain Classic. It was the second SAS win of 2014 for Weaver, who battled with Madden for virtually the entire distance.
Key notes: Weaver was victorious in the last SAS event run, on July 26 at Talladega (Ala.) Short Track. ... The three races scheduled since then were rained out or canceled. ... Donald McIntosh of Dawsonville, Ga., scored an impressive fifth-place finish in his first full program teamed with the Blount Motorsports operation. ... Brian Reese's car was towed off the track during the feature's four-wide pace lap, but he returned after some quick pit work. ... The feature rolled onto the track at 9:45 p.m. ET. ... Two weeks after splitting with the Blount Motorsports team, Billy Ogle Jr. was in action in the Limited Late Model division. He was the class's fastest qualifier driving Drew Kennedy's backup car and led the feature until dropping out with mechanical trouble on lap five, paving the way for Cory Hedgecock to take the win. ... During the intermission, Scott Sexton, Dewey Floyd, Billy Palmer, Jim Hunter and Bobby Denton were honored as 2014 inductees to the Smoky Mountain Speedway Hall of Fame.
Winner's sponsors: Weaver's Longhorn Race Car is sponsored by A.F. Stone Professional Medical Services, Hoosier Racing Tire, Mission Transport, Outlaw Race Parts, SlickerGraphics.com, Stone Land Clearing & Excavating, The Bailey Company and VP Racing Fuels.
Points chase: Riley Hickman of Chattanooga, Tenn., entered the event leading the SAS standings by a commanding 104-point margin (828-724) over Todd Morrow of Knoxville, Tenn. Four races remain on the schedule after Smoky Mountain.
Car count: 27
Fast qualifier: Chris Madden
Polesitter: Chris Madden
Heat race winners: Chad Ogle, Tommy Kerr
Next series race: September 27, East Alabama Motor Speedway (Phenix City, AL) $4,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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