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COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Back in Action with Weekend Doubleheader
Tour Thunders into Timberline Speedway and Boothill Speedway

Beebe, Arkansas (07/17/18) – Following a one-week break to allow competitors to catch their breath, the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil will be back to the grind this weekend – July 20-21 – with a trip to Texas and Louisiana.

On Friday, July 20 the tour makes its second and final appearance of 2018 at Timberline Speedway (Corley, Texas), while Saturday will see the traveling show rolling into Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, Louisiana).

Current Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man, Jack Sullivan continues to enjoy a comfortable advantage atop the series standings. B.J. Robinson, Hunter Rasdon, Gavin Landers, Tanner Kellick, David Payne, Robert Baker, Chandler Petty, Robby Moore, and Jake Davis round out the current Top 10 in the series standings.

Meanwhile, Tanner Kellick has opened up a comfortable advantage atop the Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year standings. Robby Moore and Jake Davis currently round out the standings in the battle.

With 17 events completed thus far into the 2018 season, there have been 11 different winners.

Action opens on Friday, July 20 at Timberline Speedway (Corley, Texas) with a $2,000-to-win/ $350-to-start program. Cade Dillard picked up his first-career win with the series back in March, when the tour last visited the clay oval. Modifieds ($1,000-to-win), Factory Stocks, Super Stocks, Limited Modifieds, and Four Cylinders will all be a part of the program. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. with racing action at 7:30 p.m.

Adult grandstand admission is $20 with kids (6-12) $5, and children (5 and under) free. You can bring your own cooler into the grandstands for a $5 fee. Pit passes are $35. For more information on the facility, please visit .

Saturday, July 21 takes the tour to Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, Louisiana) for a $2,500-to-win/ $400-to-start event. The program will mark the only appearance by the CCSDS at the facility in 2018. Factory Stocks, Pro Mods, FWD, and Limited Modifieds ($600-to-win) will all be in action.

Grandstand adult admission is $20, kids (6-11) $5, and children (5 and under) free. For more information on the track, please visit .

The tire rule for the weekend is as follows:
- 1350 all four corners
- LM40 or WRS55 right rear option in feature only

Neil Baggett Repeats in COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Action
Timberline Speedway and Boothill Speedway Up Next on July 20-21

1Greenville, Mississippi (07/07/18) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) invaded Greenville Speedway on Saturday night, where Columbus, Mississippi’s Neil Baggett stormed to his second-series win of the weekend.

Neil Baggett won Black Diamond Race Cars #1 to earn the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the 40-lap feature at the ¼-mile, gumbo oval with Rick Rickman starting alongside.

Columbus, Mississippi’s Rick Rickman grabbed the lead as the race went green, and paced the first 32 laps before Neil Baggett took control of the top spot with just eight laps remaining.

Baggett would go on to take the $2,500 win, which marked his second CCSDS triumph of the weekend. Rick Rickman, Brian Rickman, Jack Sullivan and Chandler Petty completed the Top-5 finishers. >>READ MORE

Neil Baggett Wins First-Career CCSDS Feature at The Mag
Action Continues Friday Night at Jackson Motor Speedway

Columbus, Mississippi (07/05/18) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) made their second appearance of 2018 at Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi) on Thursday night, and for the second-straight event at the 3/8-mile oval there was a first-time series winner in Victory Lane.

Hometown racer, Neil Baggett claimed the $2,000 winner’s check.

“Man, I grew up around here watching guys like Don Hester race, and I always dreamed of doing it,” Baggett said in Victory Lane. “I’ve got to thank Montgomery Farms and all of these great supporters, who allow my dreams to come true. We had a great car tonight, and I just had to make sure I didn’t beat myself. I jumped the cushion in turn three with a few laps remaining and Cade (Dillard) could have slid me dirty, but he didn’t. That’s something I’ll definitely remember the next time, if the roles are reversed.”

New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter, Hunter Rasdon and Neil Baggett brought the field to the green flag for the 35-lap feature. Baggett took advantage of a fast cushion to jump to the lead as the race went green. It would be a lead he would never relinquish. >>READ MORE

Jesse Stovall Claims $5,000 Win at Salina Highbanks Speedway
Magnolia State Triple Header Up Next

1Pryor Creek, Oklahoma (06/30/18) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) put a wrap on the annual ARMI Freedom Classic on Saturday night, and it was Missouri’s Jesse Stovall who pocketed the $5,000 top prize.

Stovall used lapped traffic to his advantage to take the lead from Logan Martin with just 17 circuits remaining. With a handful of cautions keeping the leaders from catching the tail of the field in the closing laps, Stovall was able to stay in the dominant groove and went on to cruise to the win.

"I knew there would be a caution or two, hopefully. But if not, you're going to catch the tail of the field and you're going to start working the cars and doing some different stuff,” Stovall said. “It all played out, you couldn't have asked it to have been any better."

New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter Jason Hughes paced the first 18 circuits before slipping out of the groove, which allowed Logan Martin to take the helm. Martin stayed in the lead until lap 23, when he too had to move out of the preferred line in traffic. Stovall was able to capitalize on the opportunity to grab the win. >>READ MORE