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Moore tops Wall at Jackson for first MSCCS victory

July 14, 2013, 7:38 am
From contributor reports

BYRAM, Miss. (July 13) — Winning his fourth race in as many weekends, Ray Moore of Haughton, La., ended Chris Wall’s three-race series winning streak Saturday at Jackson Motor Speedway’s Doyle Lott Memorial. Moore earned $2,500 for his first-ever Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series victory.

Wall, of Springfield, La., was leading late in the race when he clipped the turn-four wall, allowing Moore to slip past to take the lead and the victory. Wall salvaged the second spot while fast qualifier and polesitter Neil Baggett of Shannon, Miss., was third.

Henry Cooper of Star, Miss., was fourth and Chad Thrash of Meridian, Miss., rounded out the top five finishers in the second of two weekend MSCCS events. Wall, the tour’s points leader, won Friday’s race at Hattiesburg Motorsports Park.

Notes: Moore's MB Customs Race Car is powered by a Jay Dickens Racing Engine and sponsored by Moore Wireline, J&J Motorsports, Mars Race Cars, Hoosier Racing Tires, X-Treme Graphics by J-Rod, Smith's Towing and Tools International. ... Moore won the previous three weekends, including two weekly events and July 5’s P&W Sales Southern United Professional Racing race at Timberline Speedway in Corley, Texas. ... Wall won both previous 2013 MSCCS visits to Jackson. ... Michael Arnold earned $1,000 for his victory in the Crate Late Model portion of the program. ... MSCCS competitors return to action Aug. 3 at Whynot Motorsports Park in Meridian, Miss.

Doyle Lott Memorial: (1) Ray Moore, (2) Chris Wall, (3) Neil Baggett, (4) Henry Cooper, (5) Chad Thrash, (6) Jeremy Broadus, (7) Klint Byars, (8) George Paul, (9) Brian Rickman, (10) Troy Berdan, (11) Mark Dodson, (12) Leon Henderson, (13) Steve Bynum, (14) Edmond Jenkins, (15) Jeremy Quattlebaum, (16) Bennett Bishop, (17) Rick Rickman, (18) Keith Killer, (19) Scott Abraham, (20) Randy Walters, (21) Jered Smith, (22) Bubba Mullins, (23) B.J. Robinson. Fast qualifier (among 23 cars): Baggett, 15.429 seconds. Consolation race winners: Thrash, Paul. Dash winner: Baggett.

 
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