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Daily Dirt 11/28/2022 06:09:52

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May 28
All-Tech Raceway,
Ellisville, FL
Sanction: Crate Racin’ USA (Harvey Jones Memorial) - $10,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated May 30, 3:01 pm)
Peacock edges Harris at All-Tech, earns $10,000
Harvey Jones Memorial
  1. Hunter Peacock
  2. Clay Harris
  3. Mark Whitener
  4. Jimmy Thomas
  5. Jeremy Steele
  6. Colton Trouille
  7. Jason Welshan
  8. Jason Garver
  9. Jake Rainey
  10. Trey Mills
  11. Jake Knowles
  12. Jason Fitzgerald
  13. Henry Carter
  14. Randall Beckwith
  15. John Ruggiero Jr.
  16. Matthew Brocato
  17. David Showers Jr.
  18. Jeremy Pate
  19. Jason Markewitz
  20. Jackson Hise
  21. Nevin Gainey
  22. Jesse Enterkin
  23. Tanner Collins
  24. Dillon Brown
  25. Cameron Saunders
  26. Garrett Mosley
  27. Mark Fleischer
  28. Zack Shelton
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Brian McLeod/Dirt Scenes
Hunter Peacock earned a career-high $10,000 at All-Tech.
What won the race: Surviving a late challenge from Clay Harris, outside front-row starter Hunter Peacock of Macon, Ga., snagged the $10,000 Crate Racin’ USA victory in Saturday’s second annual Harvey Jones Memorial at All-Tech Raceway. He edged Harris by a mere 0.166 seconds at the line in the photo finish.
Key notes: Peacock led 39 laps while Clay Harris edged ahead to lead only lap 36. ... Fifteen drivers completed 40 laps. ... The race honored the late Waukeenah, Fla., native, who passed away in 2009. A member of both the Jacksonville Racing Hall of Fame and the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame, Jones racked up 800-plus victories and multiple track championships while competing in stock cars in north Florida and south Georgia. During the 1995 season at 72 years old, he won nine features and the Late Model Sportsman track championship at Gulf Coast Speedway in Wewahitchka, Fla. … Two of Jones’s restored race cars were on display Saturday at the track.
On the move: Mark Whitener of Middleburg, Fla., started 11th and finished third.
Winner's sponsors: Peacock’s winning Rocket Chassis is sponsored by BGR Speedshop, Top Shelf Trailers, Top Notch Graphics and Boswell Oil.
Points chase: After All-Tech: 1. Jimmy Thomas (468); 2. Jake Rainey (428); 3. Randall Beckwith (408); 4. Jason Welshan (408); 5. Jake Knowles (382).
Current weather: Clear, 73°F
Car count: 51
Fast qualifier: Clay Harris
Time: 19.679 seconds
Polesitter: Clay Harris
Consolation race winners: Mark Whitener, Colton Trouille, Jason Fitzgerald, Jeremy Steele
Next series race: June 24, 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, TN) $10,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Harris, Peacock
Row 2: Saunders, Enterkin
Row 3: Mills, Gainey
Row 4: Thomas, Welshan
Row 5: Brown, Garver
Row 6: Whitener, Trouille
Row 7: Fitzgerald, Steele
Row 8: Fleischer, Rainey
Row 9: Knowles, Beckwith
Row 10: Ruggiero, Carter
Row 11: Showers, Mosley
Row 12: Brocato, Collins
Row 13: Shelton, Markewitz
Row 14: Pate, Hise
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