Super Bee Speedway,
Sanction: Unsanctioned Supers (Spooky 50) - $8,000
Information provided by: Track and team reports (last updated October 18, 1:18 pm)
Dillard repeats in Spooky 50, claims $8,000
- Cade Dillard
- Billy Moyer Jr.
- Tanner Kellick
- Mike Palasini Jr.
- Kyle Beard
- Bubba Mullins
- Clay Fisher
- Dakota Smith
- Robbie Stuart
What won the race: Picking up his second straight Spooky 50 triumph, Cade Dillard of Robeline, La., rolled to the $8,000 victory Saturday to complete a weekend sweep at Super Bee Speedway. Dillard, who earned a $2,000 prelim victory Friday, finished 2.345 seconds of Billy Moyer Jr.
Quotable: “We don’t get to race in Louisiana very often, but we’ve had the opportunity a couple of times in the past month. To race close to home is a treat, but to win two races in one weekend is for sure a bonus,” Dillard said. “We’ve got a really good team here, and we’ve battled through a lot of adversity this year. We’re looking forward to ending this season on a high note and hitting the ground running in 2022.”
Key notes: The 28th annual Spooky 50 drew nine Super Late Models with seven drivers completing the 40-lap distance. … Hometown driver Tanner Kellick, who won the event in 2019, finished third. ... Kyle Beard won the 20-lap Crate Late Model feature.
Winner's sponsors: Dillard’s MB Customs Race Car is powered by a Clements Racing Engine and sponsored by S&S Fishing & Rental, Production Jars, Joel’s Auto Sales, Nichols Stores, KRD Pumping Services, Champion, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Strength Roofing & Siding, Bryan Cook Trucks, Razor Edge Graphics, Abilene Race Rads, Awalt Hot Oil Service, Jody’s Oil Field Service, Day Motorsports and Kuda Kutrite.
Car count: 9
Editor's note: Corrects Friday winner to Dillard sted Moyer Jr.