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Culp and Crigler Receive Top Accolades at 2019 CCSDS Night of Champions
Series Now Prepares for Big 2020 Campaign

Conway, Arkansas (01/26/20) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil hosted their 2019 Night of Champions banquet on Saturday night at the Centennial Country Club in Conway, Arkansas.

The night’s festivities included Louisiana native Timothy Culp being crowned as the 2019 CCSDS Champion. Additionally, Scott Crigler was honored as the 2019 Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year.

Culp, who now resides in Prattsville, Arkansas, received $10,000 for his inaugural CCSDS Championship. He claimed the title by 23 markers over Missouri’s Tony Jackson Jr. With the title, Culp became the eighth different champion in the 13-year history of the tour.

In addition to Culp and Jackson Jr., the balance of the Top 10 in the final series standings were honored, which included Brian Rickman, B.J. Robinson, Morgan Bagley, Kyle Beard, Hunter Rasdon, Scott Crigler, Chad Mallett and David Payne.

Alton, Missouri’s Scott Crigler was crowned the 2019 Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year. He received $1,500 for his efforts, while his runner-up in the competition, Chad Mallett, received $1,000.

Casey Mooneyham was presented with the Crew Chief of the Year award for his 2019 accomplishments with Tony Jackson Jr. Additionally, Billy Carroll from COMP Cams received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his support and contributions to the racing community.

Sixteen drivers visited Victory Lane in 22 events with the CCSDS in 2019. Tony Jackson Jr. led the way in wins with four visits to Victory Lane.

In total more than $34,000 in point’s money was paid out, which marked a $12,000 increase from the 2018-point fund.

“Our first season to run a series, was definitely a learning experience, but Jack [Sullivan] and I are really proud of the season that we had,” CCSDS CEO, Chris Sullivan said. “We had a ton of great competition on the tour and no shortage of great racing. I can’t say enough about all of the sponsors, who go above and beyond to sponsor the tour. They’ve allowed us to expand what we do and offer more money and prizes to the racers. We’re really excited about 2020 and what the series will have to offer tracks, drivers and fans.”

The 2020 CCSDS season marks the 14th year for the tour and includes more than 30 dates spread across 12 tracks in five states. Action opens on March 6-7 at Louisiana’s Boothill Speedway with the inaugural Ronny Adams Memorial. The weekend posts a $3,000 winner’s check on Friday night and a $7,000 top prize on Saturday, March 7.

For more information on the season opener, please visit www.BoothillDirt.com .


COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Reveals Ronny Adams Memorial Details
Two Complete Shows with $10,000 Possible To Win

Conway, Arkansas (01/14/20) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil is pleased to announce the details for the inaugural Ronny Adams Memorial, which will open the 2020 campaign for the series on March 6-7 at Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, Louisiana).

Friday’s program is highlighted by a complete $3,000-to-win/ $400-to-start program for the CCSDS competitors. Meanwhile, Saturday night’s event is capped with a complete $7,000-to-win/ $500-to-start event.

“This is a great way for our series to open the 2020 season. It’s an honor to be a part of an event that salutes the memory of such a well-respected and accomplished racer,” CCSDS CEO, Chris Sullivan said. “Additionally, these are two great purses for the racers, and the fans get the opportunity to see two great shows.”

Veteran racer, Ronny Adams passed away on August 10, 2019 after a short battle with cancer. During his 51-year career the Texas native raced to 589 career wins, including 14 track championships at Boothill Speedway and nine Louisiana State Championships.

For Boothill Speedway officials, hosting the inaugural Ronny Adams Memorial early in their 48th season of racing is a special opportunity.

“Ronny [Adams] was the kind of guy that everyone liked and respected. He did a lot to support and help racing in our area, and to have his memorial race at our facility is something that we don’t take lightly,” Boothill Speedway promoter, Brian Frazier commented. “We originally talked about making this a two-day show for a single purse, but then decided it would be more racer and fan friendly to have two separate shows.”

The weekend opens with an Open Practice Session on Thursday, March 5. Factory Stocks and Limited Modifieds will join the program on Friday and Saturday. On Friday both divisions will contest heat races, while Saturday will see each class battling in $1,000-to-win/ $100-to-start finales. Additionally, Pro Mods will run a complete $400-to-win/$50-to-start program on Saturday.

On Friday and Saturday adult grandstand admission is $20 each night. Children (ages 5-and-under) are free in the grandstands. Pit passes are $20 on Thursday, and $35 on both Friday and Saturday.

On Thursday the gates open at 4 p.m. with practice beginning at 6 p.m. On Friday the gates open at 5 p.m. with the draw ending at 7:15 p.m., hot laps at 7:30 p.m. and racing action at 8 p.m. Saturday’s program includes gates opening at 4 p.m. with the draw ending at 6:15 p.m., hot laps at 6:30 p.m. and racing action at 7:00 p.m.

For more information on the facility and the event, please visit www.BoothillDirt.com .

The 2020 season marks the 14th year for the tour and includes more than 30 dates spread across 12 tracks in five states.

In 2019 Timothy Culp laid claim to his first-career COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Championship. The Louisiana native became the eighth-different champion in the 13-year existence of the tour.


COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Unveils 2020 Schedule
Upcoming Year’s Docket Includes Over 30 Events

Conway, Arkansas (12/10/19) – On the heels of a banner 2019 campaign, the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil is preparing for an even bigger 2020.

The tour has released its upcoming season slate and it includes more than 30 dates spread across 12 tracks in five states.

“Putting the schedule together for 2020 was more challenging than I ever expected. Not only did all of our tracks from this season want dates for the upcoming year, but we had some new ones as well,” CCSDS CEO Chris Sullivan said. “We’ve got a few dates left to finalize but should have that done in the next two weeks. Right now, we are looking at 34 races. All but one race weekend has at least two events, and I’ve done my best to keep them as close travel wise as possible.”

The 2020 season will mark the 14th for the CCSDS and will kick off with a brand-new event. On March 6-7 the tour sanctions the inaugural Ronnie Adams Memorial at Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, Louisiana). Details are currently being finalized for the weekend, but the possibility of a five-figure winner’s payday looks likely for the CCSDS contingent.

New to the schedule for the upcoming campaign is a stop at Missouri’s Poplar Bluff Motorsports Park on April 17. The tour last visited the 3/8-mile oval during its inaugural season in 2007.

After being nixed by rain in 2019, the 2020 edition of the Bad Boy 98 is scheduled for May 8-9 at Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Gove, Arkansas). The format and weekend payout are currently being finalized.

Missouri’s Legit Speedway Park returns to the schedule with a pair of dates. Notably, the facility will host the annual Larry Phillips Memorial for the first time ever. The CCSDS-sanctioned affair will be held on August 1 and posts a $5,075 winner’s check.

In addition to co-sanctioning the 28th annual COMP Cams Topless 100 with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series at Arkansas’ Batesville Motor Speedway on August 20-22, the CCSDS will also co-sanction the annual Clash at the Mag at Johnny Stokes’ Magnolia Motor Speedway for the first time in series history on June 18-20.

New for 2020, the 14th annual Gumbo Nationals at Mississippi’s Greenville Speedway will be sanctioned for the first time by the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series on October 2-3. Weekend payouts are expected to include $4,000-to-win on Friday night and $8,000-to-win on Saturday night.

The 2020 season thunders to a close on Saturday, November 7 at Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi) with the $6,000-to-win, All American 60.

In 2019 Timothy Culp laid claim to his first-career COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Championship. The Louisiana native became the eighth-different champion in the 13-year existence of the tour. >>Click Here To View the Schedule