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March 28
Whynot Motorsports Park,
Meridian, MS
Sanction: Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Various reports (last updated March 29, 9:16 pm)
Rasdon captures opener, his first MSCCS victory
  1. Hunter Rasdon
  2. Neil Baggett
  3. Garrett Alberson
  4. Bub McCool
  5. Chris Wall
  6. Brian Rickman
  7. Rick Rickman
  8. Clay Fisher
  9. Leon Henderson
  10. Chad Thrash
  11. David Breazeale
  12. Chase Washington
  13. Eric Cooley
  14. Mark Dodson
  15. Gavin Landers
  16. Clint Logan
  17. Chris McElhenney
  18. Jeremy Broadus
  19. Jimmy Cliburn
  20. Keith Miller
  21. Ronny Lee Hollingsworth
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Chris McDill
Hunter Rasdon notched his first career MSCCS touring victory.
What won the race: Surviving a penalty for jumping an early start, polesitter Hunter Rasdon of Jonesboro, Ark., outran Neil Baggett of Shannon, Miss., for a $2,000 Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series triumph at Whynot Motorsports Park, his first career series victory. Rasdon was moved back after jumping a start, but worked his way into the lead on the 20th lap and went on to win by a straightaway.
Key notes: Rasdon was just two-hundredths off the track record. ... The MSCCS event was a late addition to the schedule after two previous season openers were halted by weather at Columbus Speedway and Magnolia Motor Speedway the previous two weeks. ... Runner-up Neil Baggett was among last year's series winners at Whynot. ... Michael Arnold of Hattiesburg, Miss., was the winner of the Crate Late Model feature. ... The event drew 97 race cars in six divisions with racing wrapping up at 10:45 p.m. on a chilly night.
On the move: Neil Baggett charged from the 16th starting spot to finish second; Chris Wall of Springfield, La., advanced from the 12th to fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Rasdon's Black Diamond Chassis is powered by a Jay Dickens Racing Engine and sponsored by Baker Welman Brown Insurance and Financial Services, Brown Bros. Farms, Baker Implement and Allstar Performance.
Points chase: The event marked the tour's season opener.
Car count: 30
Fast qualifier: Hunter Rasdon
Time: 12.715 seconds
Polesitter: Hunter Rasdon
Dash winner: Hunter Rasdon
Next series race: April 11, Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, MS) $2,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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