Winchester Raceway Park
Miller earns $3,000 for Winchester victory
By Connie PutnamDirtonDirt.com correspondent
WINCHESTER, Tenn. (April 9) — Daniel Miller of Shelbyville, Tenn., inherited the lead after a series of early cautions Saturday at Winchester Speedway to earn a $3,000 unsanctioned victories on the three-track Tennessee Super Series.
Miller took the checkers ahead of Todd Morrow of Cleveland, Tenn., while Tim Busha of Boaz, Ala., finished third at the quarter-mile oval. Josh Putnam of Killen, Ala., and Corey Posey of Petersburg, Tenn., rounded out the top five. | Slideshow
Fast qualifier Terry English of Benton, Ky., led the early laps, but he was involved in a lap-four cautions, one of seven yellows the hampered the outset of the race. The most serious accident came with Riley Hickman's first-lap barrel-roll on the fronstretch after a tangle with James Cline. Hickman wasn't injured.
The Super Series continues May 28-29 with Memorial Day weekend events at Winchester and Duck River Speedway in Wheel, Tenn.
Winchester Speedway: (1) Daniel Miller, (2) Todd Morrow, (3) Tim Busha, (4) Josh Putnam, (5) Corey Posey, (6) Dane Dacus, (7) James Cline, (8) Tony Morris, (9) Anthony Seibers, (10) Mark Fields, (11) David Seibers, (12) Clint Nichols, (13) Alan Holmes, (14) Tyler Landers, (15) Michael Walker, (16) Anthony Burroughs, (17) Terry English, (18) Mark Haddon, (19) David Brannon, (20) Riley Hickman, (21) Perry Delaney, (22) Tanner English, (23) David Jackson, (24) Scott Cook. Fast qualifier (among 38 cars): Terry English, 13.48 seconds. Heat race winners: Cline, Hickman, Dacus, Jackson. Consolation winner: Fields.