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March 8
East Alabama Motor Speedway,
Phenix City, AL
Sanction: Southern All Star Series (Bama Bash) - $6,000
Information provided by: Various reports (last updated March 9, 9:52 am)
Weaver dominates, picks up $8,500 at Bama Bash
Bama Bash
  1. Randy Weaver
  2. Riley Hickman
  3. Todd Morrow
  4. Chris Madden
  5. Terrance Nowell
  6. Chris Wilson
  7. Brian Reese
  8. Dillon Tidmore
  9. Joey Armistead
  10. Rick Culpepper
  11. Thomas Lewis
  12. Larry Harrod
  13. Lavon Sparks
  14. Dana Eiland
  15. Mack McCarter
  16. Ryan Law
  17. Wil Herrington
  18. Dennis Hale
  19. Craig Grice
  20. Rucker Orr
presented by
Heath Lawson
Randy Weaver heads to victory Sunday at East Alabama.
What won the race: Launching into the lead from outside the front row, Randy Weaver of Crossville, Tenn., started 2015 off right with a flag-to-flag victory in East Alabama Motor Speedway's Bama Bash. Weaver pocketed $6,000 in purse money and another $2,500 in lap money in the 50-lap Southern All Star feature.
Quotable: “This place is fun to drive when they work that track like that,” Weaver said. “The grooves change multiple times and it's really fun.”
Key notes: Weaver has 27 career SAS victories. ... He built more than a six-second lead over polesitter Chris Madden before a lap-23 caution for a slowing Ryan Law. ... Runner-up Riley Hickman took second from Madden at halfway and chased Weaver the rest of the way, staying within striking distance. ... Dana Eiland spun on a lap-23 restart and Lavon Sparks drew a lap-40 caution. ... Time trials and heat races were contested Saturday. ... The 18th annual event was originally scheduled for Feb. 27-28 and was set to pay $15,000 to the winner, but was postponed and shuffled because of wet weather. ... Chase Edge earned $3,000 for the Crate Late Model victory.
On the move: In danger of being lapped before halfway, Todd Morrow of Chattanooga, Tenn., started 12th and finished third.
Winner's sponsors: Weaver's Outlaw Racing Southeast Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Cornett engine and sponsored by Stone Land Clearing and Excavating, Mission Transport, A.F. Stone Professional Medical Services and The Bailey Company.
Car count: 21
Fast qualifier: Chris Madden
Polesitter: Chris Madden
Heat race winners: Chris Madden, Randy Weaver, Riley Hickman
Next series race: March 29, Cherokee Speedway (Gaffney, SC) $10,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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