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Daily Dirt 12/13/2019 03:58:25

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May 16
Texas Motor Speedway,
Fort Worth, TX
Sanction: Southern United Professional Racing (Port-a-Cool Texas Dirt Track World Championship) - $3,500
Information provided by: Bryan Wimberley (last updated May 17, 6:50 am)
Sweeping Gustin dominates for first SUPR victory
Port-a-Cool Texas Dirt Track World Championship
  1. Ryan Gustin
  2. Allen Tippen
  3. Ray Moore
  4. Patrik Daniel
  5. Jon Mitchell
  6. Shane Hebert
  7. Skip O'Neal
  8. Manny Falcon
  9. Danny Zimmerman
  10. Zach McMillan
  11. Kody Barber
  12. Derek Perkins
  13. Robert Metz Jr.
  14. Dwight Falcon
  15. Randy Timms
  16. Sloppy Hogg
  17. Austin Theiss
  18. Timothy Culp
  19. David LaFleur
  20. Tyler Erb
  21. B.J. Robinson
  22. Morgan Bagley
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Ryan Gustin takes the checkers for his Late Model victory.
What won the race: After winning the modified feature, polesitter Ryan Gustin of Marshalltown, Iowa, led all 40 laps of the Port-a-Cool Texas Dirt Track World Championship for his first career SUPR victory and $3,500 paycheck. Gustin beat fellow front-row starter Allen Tippen to the checkered flag by 3.026 seconds while Ray Moore was third.
Quotable: “I didn’t think anybody had won the Late Model and the modified before, but that’s awesome and pretty cool that we were able to do that tonight,” said Gustin, the first to accomplish the feat. “That feels really good. Luck was on our side for sure with everything that went on tonight and we will take it.”
Key notes: Gustin has three total Late Model victories on the season; he also won the evening's modified feature at TMS, becoming the first two-time feature winner the same weekend at the track. ... Last year's race winner Morgan Bagley of Longview, Texas, was the feature's first retiree. ... Derek Perkins and Chris Taylor scratched from heat race action. ... The Port-a-Cool Texas Dirt Track World Championship has served as the series season-opener in recent years, but was pushed back to May this season. ... The weekend event kicked off Friday night with a practice session.
On the move: Danny Zimmerman of Wiley, Texas, ascended nine positions from the 18th starting spot.
Winner's sponsors: Gustin’s Ed and Cinde Gressel-owned Rocket Chassis has a Mullins Race Engine and is sponsored by Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, CPD Racing Tools, Eibach Springs, FastShafts, Henryetta Ford, Integra Racing Shocks, Larry's Performance Carburetors, Midwest Sheet Metal, R2C Performance Products, Sybesma Graphics and VP Race Fuels
Points chase: With a fifth-place finish, reigning SUPR champion Jon Mitchell of Texarkana, Texas, padded his points lead.
Car count: 26
Polesitter: Ryan Gustin
Heat race winners: Ryan Gustin, Allen Tippen, Ray Moore
Consolation race winners: Tyler Erb
Provisional starters: Sloppy Hogg, David LaFleur
Next series race: May 23, Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, LA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Gustin, Tippen
Row 2: Moore, Hebert
Row 3: O'Neal, M. Falcon
Row 4: Daniel, McMillan
Row 5: Bagley, Barber
Row 6: Mitchell, Timms
Row 7: Erb, Culp
Row 8: Robinson, D. Falcon
Row 9: Metz, Zimmerman
Row 10: Perkins, Theiss
Row 11: White, LaFleur

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