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March 30
Whynot Motorsports Park,
Meridian, MS
Sanction: Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated April 29, 6:32 pm)
Hughes hustles to collect $3,000 hometown win
  1. Spencer Hughes
  2. Brandon Carpenter
  3. Hunter Lewis
  4. Brian Rickman
  5. Jamey Boland
  6. Clay Stuckey
  7. Ross Camponovo
  8. Dean Carpenter
  9. Noah Daspit
  10. Cameron Weaver
  11. Caden Mullinax
  12. Mark Dodson
  13. Kyle Beard
  14. Matthew Brocato
  15. Monte Skinner
  16. Derrick Nichols
  17. Bubba Mullins
  18. Tanner Kellick
  19. Chance Mann
  20. Trey Mills
  21. Shay Miller
  22. Rick Rickman
  23. Neil Baggett
  24. Chad Thrash
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What won the race: Overtaking Brian Rickman to regain command on lap seven, pole-starting Spencer Hughes of Merdian, Miss., led the remaining distance to win Saturday's 40-lap Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series stop at Whynot Motorsports Park. Hughes paced 36 of the 40 circuits to earn $3,000 for his third career MSCCS victory and his first since securing back-to-back wins on May 14-15, 2021, at Hattiesburg Speedway and Jackson Motor Speedway.
Key notes: Hughes recorded his second triumph of the season; his previous win came on March 2 in Southern All Star action at East Alabama Motor Speedway. ... The second-starting Rickman, of Columbus, Miss., slipped past Hughes to lead laps 4-6 before giving way to the eventual winner and fading in the closing laps to finish fourth. ... Eleventh-starting Brandon Carpenter took advantage of a lap-38 restart to grab the runner-up spot. ... Hunter Lewis improved three positions and completed the podium. ... Jamey Boland gained 10 spots and finished fifth. ... Apparent fifth- and seventh-place finishers, Neil Baggett and Chad Thrash, were disqualified. ... Trey Mills ran as high as third in the early stages before slowing from seventh to bring out the race's first yellow flag on lap 20. The teenager was unable to continue and was credited with 22nd. ... The feature was slowed by two separate incidents and lasted 19 minutes, with 17 drivers completing the distance and 19 running at the finish.
On the move: Brandon Carpenter of Coldwater, Miss., started 11th and finished second.
Winner's sponsors: Hughes’s JCM Motorsports Rocket Chassis is powered by an Andy Durham Racing Engine and carries sponsorship from Torco Advanced Lubricants, Yellow Hammer Design & Construction, Cliburn Tank Lines, Neon Bubbles Car Wash, Indiana USSSA Fastpitch, Link Construction, Professional Concrete Cutting & Drilling, Hyperco, The Mercantile, Steering Buddy, VP Race Fuels, Fox Racing Shox, Boswell Oil and Midwest Sheet Metal.
Points chase: Before Hattiesburg Friday: 1. B.J. Robinson (135); 2. Mikey Kile (130); 3. Brandon Carpenter (125); 4. Brian Rickman (120); 5. Neil Baggett (115).
Current weather: Clear, 66°F
Car count: 28
Fast qualifier: Spencer Hughes
Time: 12.947 seconds
Polesitter: Spencer Hughes
Dash winner: Spencer Hughes
Consolation race winners: Dean Carpenter, Chad Thrash
Next series race: June 7, Columbus Speedway (Columbus, MS) $3,000
Editor's note: Updated results following post-race disqualifications

Feature lineup

Row 1: Hughes, B. Rickman
Row 2: Baggett, Mills
Row 3: Skinner, Lewis
Row 4: D. Carpenter, Thrash
Row 5: Daspit, C. Stuckey
Row 6: B. Carpenter, Beard
Row 7: C. Weaver, Camponovo
Row 8: Boland, Dodson
Row 9: Nichols, Mullinax
Row 10: R. Rickman, Brocato
Row 11: Miller, Mullins
Row 12: Kellick, Mann

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