Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series (Gumbo Nationals) - $4,000
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Fisher reels in second career Comp Cams victory
- Clay Fisher
- Hunter Rasdon
- Kyle Beard
- Josh Putnam
- Mike Palasini Jr.
- B.J. Robinson
- Rick Rickman
- Logan Martin
- Scott Crigler
- Neil Baggett
- Brian Rickman
- Derrick Nichols
- Alan Brown
- Hunter Lewis
- Chad Thrash
- J.C. Waller
- Mike Carr
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Clay Fisher won his first Comp Cams race in six years.
What won the race: Capitalizing when race-long leader Logan Martin cut down a tire with five laps remaining, polesitter Clay Fisher of DeWitt, Ark., earned $4,000 in a 30-lapper Friday at Greenville Speedway in the postponed Gumbo Nationals feature.Fisher grabbed his second career Comp Cams Super Dirt Series victory and first since 2015.
Key notes: Fisher's first Comp Cams victory came Sept. 26, 2015, in the tour's season finale at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. ... Logan Martin, who started outside the front row, paced the field 25 circuits before cutting down a tire after contact with the wall amid traffic. ... Prelims for Friday’s event were completed on Oct. 2 before steady rained showers postponed Friday's feature. … Saturday's action will continue with an $8,000-to-win finale.
On the move: Series points leader B.J. Robinson of Bossier City, La., started 11th and finished sixth.
Winner's sponsors: Fisher's Black Diamond Chassis is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and sponsored by Fisher Transportation Services, Horton Diesel Repair, Moon's Towing & Recovery, Palmer Fisher Trucking, X-treme Graphics, Stuckey Racing Enterprises, Kuntz & Co. Racing Engines and Schaeffer's Specialized Lubricants.
Points chase: Before Greenville Friday: 1. B.J. Robinson (3,811); 2. Logan Martin (3,766); 3. Kyle Beard (3,747); 4. Brian Rickman (3,701); 5. Morgan Bagley (3,577).
Current weather: Clear, 52°F
Car count: 27
Fast qualifier: Clay Fisher
Time: 14.299 seconds
Polesitter: Clay Fisher
Heat race winners: Clay Fisher, Logan Martin, Hunter Rasdon
Consolation race winners: J.C. Waller
Next series race: November 13, Greenville Speedway (Greenville, MS) $8,000
Editor's note: Fixes 11th place.