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Daily Dirt 04/21/2021 16:23:44

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April 12
Old No. 1 Speedway,
Harrisburg, AR
Sanction: Comp Cams Super Dirt Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated April 15, 11:40 pm)
Culp scores flag-to-flag Comp Cams triumph
  1. Timothy Culp
  2. Kyle Beard
  3. Wendell Wallace
  4. Shane Stephens
  5. Josh Hughes
  6. Tommy Surrett
  7. Justin Asplin
  8. Jamie Dacus
  9. Kody Mea
  10. Keith Craft
  11. Rick Hearnsberger
  12. Mason Oberkramer
  13. Brandon Poppenheimer
  14. Chandler Petty
  15. Shannon Scott
  16. Ashley Newman
  17. Robert Lovette
  18. Dane Dacus
  19. Thomas Dacus
  20. Brandon Smith
  21. Clay Fisher
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What won the race: Starting outside of the front row, Timothy Culp of West Monroe, La., soared to the lead at the drop of the green field and held it for the entire 35-lap distance.
Key notes: Reigning series champ Kyle Beard of Trumann, Ark., followed Culp across the finish line. ... Polesitter Shane Stephens, making his first series start of the season, fell to fourth at the finish. ... Culp previously outdueled Billy Moyer of Batesville, Ark., for a $5,000 victory in the Pelican 50 at ArkLaTex Speedway in Vivian, La., on March 14. ... Culp notched his second series victory; his first came last season in the tour's season opener at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. ... Four cautions slowed the feature, the most notable when Ashley Newman spun after contact from Dane Dacus; Newman collected Chandler Petty, Thomas Dacus and Keith Craft. ... Among drivers failing to make the feature lineup: Charlie Cole, T.J. Hughes, Dillon Knight, Randy Barnhard, Jason Hughes and Joseph Long. ... Competitors made their first of three 2014 visits to Northeast Arkansas; the track also hosts the June 6-7 Rockabilly 45.
On the move: Rookie contender Kody Mea of Southaven, Miss., rallied from 21st to finish ninth to earn the Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger honors.
Winner's sponsors: Culp’s C-eight Motorsports Pierce Race Car is powered by a Kuntz & Co. engine and carries sponsorship from Bennings Heat & Air, Carrier and Culp’s Automotive.
Points chase: Saturday's third-place finisher, Wendell Wallace of Batesville, Ark., sits atop the series standings.
Car count: 35
Polesitter: Shane Stephens
Heat race winners: Ashley Newman, Justin Asplin, Brandon Smith, Timothy Culp, Shane Stephens
Consolation race winners: Brandon Poppenheimer, Chandler Petty
Next series race: April 25, Camden Speedway (Camden, TN) $2,000
Editor's note: Fixes lap count.
 
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