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Whynot Motorsports Park

Breazeale wins finale as Ashley gets MSCC title

October 13, 2008, 8:13 am
From track reports
Breazeale races to his Oct. 11 victory. (customcreationsgraphics.com)
Breazeale races to his Oct. 11 victory. (customcreationsgraphics.com)

MERIDIAN, Miss. (Oct. 11) — Polesitter David Breazeale of Four Corners, Miss., took command early and fought off all challengers at Whynot Motorsports Park to win the finale on the Mississippi State Championship Challenge. Breazeale earned $2,500 for his third series victory of 2008 and his second in the final three series events.

Fourth-starting David Ashley of Zachary, La., settled for second at Whynot, but that finish was good enough to guarantee Ashley his second consecutive MSCC championship. Ashley ran side-by-side for the lead with Breazeale on laps five and six, but that was as close as he'd get as he fell back before getting back to second at the finish.

Hometown drivers Chad Thrash and Jim McDuffie, who rallied from his 14th starting spot, were third and fourth while Scott Slay of Clinton, Miss., ran as high as second before rounding out the top five. Fast qualifier Chris Ragan of Ramer, Tenn., took second from Ashley on the 16th lap and battled up front with Breazeale, but mechanical problems forced Ragan out on the 33rd lap.

Notes: Breazeale's Voodoo Motorsports-owned MasterSbilt Race Car has a Jay Dickens Racing Engine and sponsorship from Black Warrior Auction Co., Creel Brothers, J&J Motorsports and Stuckey Enterprises. ... Whynot hosts the unsanctioned Fall Classic on Oct. 24-25, a $15,000-to-win event for Super Late Models.

MSCC @ Whynot: (1) David Breazeale, (2) David Ashley, (3) Chad Thrash, (4) Jim McDuffie, (5) Scott Slay, (6) Shep Lucas, (7) James Ward, (8) Dean Carpenter, (9) Neil Baggett, (10) Jeremy Broadus, (11) Billy Moyer Jr., (12) Larry Murphy, (13) Wiley Williams, (14) Bub McCool, (15) Steve Bryan, (16) Chris Ragan, (17) Randy Boyd Thompson, (18) Scott Creel, (19) Mike Boland, (20) Scott Dedwylder, (21) Chris Holmes, (22) Chris McElhenney. Fast qualifier (among 27 cars): Ragan, 13.255 seconds. Consolation winners: Slay, Boland. Dash winner: Breazeale.

 
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