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Sullivan Family Purchases the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series

1Conway, Arkansas (12/04/18) – When the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil kicks off their 2019 campaign in March, it will be operating under new ownership. Racing world veterans Chris Sullivan and Jack Sullivan have purchased the tour, effective immediately.

The sale comes as series founder Chris Ellis is forced to step away from the series due to health issues.

“I’ve been battling some health issues over the past few years, and it’s all come to a head in the past month or so. The current situation isn’t life threatening, but if I don’t take care of myself it could be,” Ellis said. “Back in 2007 I had a dream to start a little series to help keep Super Late Model racing alive in our area. Never would I have ever dreamed that 12 years later it would grow into something so big. So many great people have supported us over the years. It’s emotional to know that I’ll no longer be owning the series, but it couldn’t possibly be in better hands than what it will be with Chris and Jack (Sullivan).” >>READ MORE

Jack Sullivan Tops CCSDS Finale at the Lone Star Turkey Nationals

1Kilgore, Texas (11/24/18) – On Saturday evening at Lone Star Speedway Jack Sullivan put an exclamation point on the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil season. Not only did he put a wrap on his fourth-straight series title, but he also wired the field to claim the $5,000 top prize in the annual Lone Star Turkey Nationals

From the New Vision Graphics Pole Position Sullivan streaked to his sixth series victory of the 2018 season and his series-best, 30th of his career. Fellow front-row starter, Trey Beene ran in second for much of the finale, before a late-race tangle with Timothy Culp sidelined both drivers. >>READ MORE


All American 60 Cash Goes to Persevering Dane Dacus
Tennessee Racer Pockets $6,000 Payday at Jackson Motor Speedway

1Byram, Mississippi (11/03/18) – Dane Dacus battled back to the lead a few laps before the midway point of Saturday night’s COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil All American 60 event on Saturday night at Jackson Motor Speedway. Once out front he paced the field for the remainder of the 60 lapper to pocket the $6,000 top prize. (Rickey Victory photo)

The eighth annual Cooer’s Country Meat Packers All American 60 at the ¼-mile oval drew a field of 25 CCSDS competitors. Clay Fisher started the night with the fastest lap in MSR Mafia pole qualifying before J.T. Seawright streaked to the opening heat race win to secure the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the finale. >>READ MORE


Simpson Tops COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Action at Lucas Oil Speedway
Jack Sullivan Clinches Fourth-Straight CCSDS Title

(Special to Lucas Oil MLRA PR)

1Wheatland, Missouri (10/13/18) – After seeing the weekend condensed to a single day after a rain out on Friday, the 5th annual Lucas Oil Fall Nationals finally came to life on Saturday evening at Lucas Oil Speedway as the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series and the Lucas Oil MLRA squared off in a $5,500-to-win event. (Lloyd Collins photo)

The action-packed feature found Iowa’s Chad Simpson surviving challenging conditions to claim the victory. The driver of the GATR Truck Center/Liebe Trucking # 25 rallied late to record his second CCSDS win of the season The victory was worth $5,000 plus an additional $500 bonus in memory of the late Ron Jenkins, the original builder of the Wheatland Raceway.

After rains claimed night one of the 5th Annual Fall Nationals on Friday night, track crews worked all day on Saturday to get the track ironed out for the 44 car field that would take to the Lucas Oil Speedway on Saturday.

Tony Jackson, Jr. would fire from the New Vision Graphics Pole alongside of last year's Fall Nationals winner, Jesse Stovall. Jackson paced the early laps before trouble would strike Lucas Oil MLRA championship contender Vaught. Exiting turn two on lap four, Jackson would briefly slow and bunch up the pack resulting in contact between Vaught and Logan Martin. Both drivers would be able to continue, though re-starting from the rear.

On the ensuing restart Stovall took command, but had to endure a multitude of short run re-starts on the super-fast track. The field was finally able to put a long caution free stretch together until the yellow would fly once again on lap 28 for Rickey Frankel. During the extended caution period, the red flag was displayed to allow drivers to change helmets and tear offs. The race originally scheduled for 50 laps was also reduced to 40 before going back to the green for the final 12 circuits due to track conditions and the threat of incoming rain.

Stovall would lead back to the green, but a bobble on the following lap in turns 1-2 by the 2016 series champ would open the door for Simpson. As Stovall push up the track it allowed Simpson to make a champion’s move off the exit of turn two, driving past second running Sullivan and Stovall to take the lead. Simpson said of the battle for the lead, "The track was brutal and I knew it was going to be a survival type deal and I just had to wait for them guys to mess up, and then I had to take my shot."

As the Duece-Nickel # 25 of Simpson appeared headed for victory, it was the hard charging XR-1 Rocket of Logan Martin that was looking to steal the show. Coming from tail-back due to the lap four contact, Martin took advantage of a rare mistake by Simpson and drove past for the lead as the field crossed the line with only 7 laps to go.

Martin's night came to a devastating end as he went high and made contact with the turn three wall with only four laps remaining. Martin would end his bid at the win on the hook, again turning the top spot over to Simpson.

Making his final start for car owners Bud and Denise Brinkman, Simpson would send them out on top, as he would not be denied and cruised to the championship night win, capping a great Lucas Oil MLA championship journey on an emotional night. Sullivan would come home in second to clinch the 2018 COMP Cams Super Dirt Series title, while Raymond Merrill had his best run of the season in third.

As a light rain shower began to fall, an emotional Simpson said from Andy's Frozen Custard Victory Lane, "I'm going to be honest, I'm a little choked up right now. It didn't hit me until after we took the checkered, it's been a great ride with these guys."

Gavin Landers was the recipient of the Henryetta Ford Hard Luck Award, while B.J. Robinson was presented with the Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger Award in the 40-lapper.

Up next for the CCSDS will be a trip to Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi) on Saturday, November 3 as the tour sanctions the annual All American 60. The event will be headlined by a $6,000-to-win and $600-to start finale.

For more information on the event, please visit www.JacksonMotorSpeedway.net .

The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil is sponsored by and would like to thank all of their sponsors including- COMP Cams, Lucas Oil, Hoosier Racing Tires, Larry Shaw Race Cars, New Vision Graphics, Black Diamond Chassis, Midwest Sheet Metal, Beene Oil Co., Quarter Master, Allen Manufacturing, Mid State Golf Cars, ROCKHARD Powder Coating, Mark Martin Automotive Group, Mark Martin Powersports, Henryetta Ford, Central Arkansas Pest Services, Beach Veterinary Services, Racing Head Service, Kellick Farms, Midwest Automation, P&W Sales, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

For the latest information on the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil, please visit www.COMPDirt.com .

COMP Cams Super Dirt Series – October 13, 2018
Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Missouri)

Feature Results
1)Chad Simpson 2)Jac Sullivan 3)Raymond Merrill 4)Terry Phillips 5)Payton Looney 6)Aaron Marrant 7)B.J. Robinson 8)Jesse Stovall 9)Logan Martin 10)Rickey Frankel 11)Scott Crigler 12)Hunter Rasdon 13)Mark Burgtorf 14)Mason Oberkramer 15)Mitch McGrath 16)Jeremy Grady 17)Colton Horner 18)Will Vaught 19)J.C. Wyman 20)Tony Jackson Jr. 21)Jake Neal 22)Chad Mallett 23)Kaeden Cornell 24)Matt Furman
 
DNS: Jordan Yaggy, Gavin Landers, Josh Leonard, Lynn Beach, Skip Frey, Justin Reed, Ryan Johnson, Justin Zeitner, David Payne, Lane Ehlert, Todd Shute, Dylan Hoover, Shad Badder, Steve Johnson, Jeff Roth, Blonde Bomber, Joe Godsey, Kaleb Stolba, Robert Baker

Entries: 44
Black Diamond Chassis Heat Race #1 Winner: Scott Crigler
Allen Manufacturing Heat Race #2 Winner: Will Vaught
P&W Sales Heat Race #3 Winner: Chad Simpson
Racing Head Service Heat Race #4 Winner: Mason Oberkramer
Hoosier Race Tire Heat Race #5 Winner: Tony Jackson Jr.
New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter: Tony Jackson Jr.
Hoosier Racing Tire B-Main Winners:
Henryetta Ford Hard Luck Award: Gavin Landers
Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger: B.J. Robinson
COMP Cams Top Performer: Chad Simpson
Lap Leaders: Tony Jackson Jr (1-3), Jesse Stovall (4-28), Logan Martin (34-36), Chad Simpson (29-33, 37-40)


Friday Night at Lucas Oil Speedway Washed Away for CCSDS

Wheatland, Missouri (October 13, 2018) After an all-out effort to prepare the track after a steady rain, Friday's portion of the 5th annual MLRA Fall Nationals and inaugural B-Mod Clash of Champions at Lucas Oil Speedway was postponed.

That means the two-day program will become a one-day event on Saturday. Gates will open at 2 p.m. with hot laps scheduled for 4:30 p.m. and opening ceremonies followed by racing at 5. That is two hours earlier than originally scheduled.

The Lucas Oil Speedway track crew had the dirt oval in condition for hot laps when another round of heavy drizzle moved into the area around 8 p.m. on Friday.

Fans who purchased tickets to Friday's action will be able to use those toward admission on Saturday.

The feature winner on Saturday will collect $5,000 and a season champion will be determined. Iowa's Chad Simpson leads Will Vaught of Crane, Missouri, by 24 points entering the weekend. Thirty-nine Late Models were entered in a program co-sanctioned by the COMP Cams Late Super Dirt Series.

Winner of the B-Mod Clash of Champions feature will earn $3,000. A total of 66 B-Mods were checked into the pits.

Admission prices
Saturday
Adults (16 and over) $20
Seniors (62 and over)/Military $17
Youth (ages 6-15) $10
Kids (5 and under) FREE
Family pass $40
Pit pass $40
 
For ticket information on all events at Lucas Oil Speedway in 2018, contact Admission Director Nichole McMillan at (417) 282-5984 or by email at nichole@LucasOilSpeedway.com. Fans also can go online to purchase tickets for any event on the 2018 schedule.


Payton Looney Lands in COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Victory Lane
5th Annual Lucas Oil Fall Nationals Up Next

1Springfield, Missouri (09/15/18) – Home state driver, Payton Looney shot to the lead on the third circuit of Saturday night’s COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil event at Springfield Raceway and never looked back on his way to his first career win with the tour.

The victory was worth $3,000 for the Republic, Missouri racer as he became the 13th different winner of 2018 with the series.

Gavin Landers led the first two laps from the New Vision Graphics Pole Position before Looney took control on lap 3. Despite two cautions that slowed the action, Looney went on to lead the final 37 rounds around the southwest Missouri oval. Jack Sullivan, Gavin Landers, Hunter Rasdon, and Cole Wells rounded out the Top-5 finishers. >>READ MORE


Brian Rickman Rebounds for COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Checkers
Springfield Raceway Up Next on September 15

Greenville, Mississippi (09/02/18) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil wrapped up their weekend triple header on Sunday evening at Greenville Speedway, where Brian Rickman won a thriller to claim the $2,000 win.

In a feature event that saw four different leaders, it was Brian Rickman who took the top spot with just a pair of laps remaining en route to his second series win of the season and the third of his career.

Rickman, who had to rebound from an early race melee, overtook B.J. Robinson for the lead following a lap 28 restart. He went on to register the win with B.J. Robinson, Jack Sullivan, Charlie Cole, and Jon Mitchell completing the Top-5 finishers. >>READ MORE


Mike Palasini Jr. Claims First COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Win
Greenville Speedway Sunday Finale Up Next

Greenville, Mississippi (09/01/18) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil sanctioned the opening round of a doubleheader on Saturday night at Wesley Washington’s Greenville Speedway, and it was local standout Mike Palasini Jr. who streaked to his first-career win with the tour.

The Leland, Mississippi driver started on the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the $2,500-to-win feature and overtook early leader Brian Rickman on the 10th circuit on his to his maiden win with the series. Palasini Jr. won by over two second aboard the Doug Showah Motorsport No. D8.

Current Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man Jack Sullivan added to his advantage atop the series standings with a runner-up finish. B.J. Robinson, Rick Rickman, and Brian Rickman completed the Top-5 finishers. >>READ MORE


Billy Moyer Jr.. Masters COMP Cams Super Dirt Series at The Ridge
Greenville Speedway Double Header Up Next

Paragould, Arkansas (08/31/18) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS)presented by Lucas Oil kicked off their triple header weekend on Friday night with the Keg Towing Labor Day Classic 41 at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway (Paragould, Arkansas).

With $4,000 on the line home former CCSDS Champion Billy Moyer Jr. streaked to his first tour win of 2018. Moyer Jr. snagged the lead from his New Vision Graphics Pole Position and went on to register the 17th CCSDS win of his career.

Jack Sullivan and Kyle Beard battled for the second position throughout the race’s early stages before Sullivan spun from contention. He received the Henryetta Ford Hard Luck Award for his misfortune.

Charlie Cole, Kyle Beard, Dane Dacus, and Hunter Rasdon completed the Top-5 finishers.

Charlie Cole was the recipient of the Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger Award after advancing from his sixth-starting spot to a career-best runner-up finish with the CCSDS.

On Saturday and Sunday the tour slides south to Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi) for a doubleheader atop the gumbo. Brian Rickman and Neil Baggett have both streaked to series wins at the ¼-mile oval this season. Saturday’s program posts a $2,500-to-win/ $400-to-start purse, while Sunday night’s finale will see $2,000-to-win/ $350-to-start purse. Durrence Layne Late Models, Durrence Layne Street Stocks, Factory Stocks, and Outlaw Hobbies will contest complete shows each night. MSCA 305 Sprint Cars will race for $1,000-to-win on Sunday night.

Saturday night adult grandstand admission is $15 with senior citizens (ages 55 and older) $10 with kids (ages 6-to-14) $5 and children (ages 5-and-under) free. Sunday adult grandstand admission is $20 with senior citizens (ages 55-and-older) $10 with kids (ages 6-to-14) $5 and children (ages 5-and-under) free.

Pit passes both nights are $35 for adults, kids (ages 6-to-14) $10 and children (5-and) free.

Both nights the pits open at 3:00 p.m. with grandstands opening at 5:00 p.m. Racing action each night starts at 7:00 p.m.

For more information on the weekend’s events, please visit www.GreenvilleSpeedway.net .

The tire rule for the weekend is as follows:
Greenville Speedway – September 1-2, 2018
- 1350 All four Corners with LM40/ WRS55 in Feature Only for Right Rear Only

The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil is sponsored by and would like to thank all of their sponsors including- COMP Cams, Lucas Oil, Hoosier Racing Tires, Larry Shaw Race Cars, New Vision Graphics, Black Diamond Chassis, Midwest Sheet Metal, Beene Oil Co., Quarter Master, Allen Manufacturing, Mid State Golf Cars, ROCKHARD Powder Coating, Mark Martin Automotive Group, Mark Martin Powersports, Henryetta Ford, Central Arkansas Pest Services, Beach Veterinary Services, Racing Head Service, Kellick Farms, Midwest Automation, P&W Sales, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

For the latest information on the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil, please visit www.COMPDirt.com .


COMP Cams Super Dirt Series – August 31, 2018
Crowley’s Ridge Raceway (Paragould, AR)

Feature Results (41 Laps)
1)Billy Moyer Jr. 2)Charlie Cole 3)Kyle Beard 4)Dane Dacus 5)Hunter Rasdon 6)Gavin Landers 7)Tanner Kellick 8)Jack Sullivan 9)Mark Nichols 10)B.J. Robinson 11)Nathan Brown 12)John Hill 13)Dayne Davis 14)Steven Crocker 15)Robby Moore 16)Shannon Brack

Entries: 17
Black Diamond Chassis Heat Race #1 Winner: Billy Moyer Jr.
Allen Manufacturing Heat Race #2 Winner: Jack Sullivan
New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter: Billy Moyer Jr.
Henryetta Ford Hard Luck Award: Jack Sullivan
Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger: Charlie Cole (6th-2nd)
COMP Cams Top Performer: Billy Moyer Jr.

 

COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Set for Three-Race Labor Day Run
Over $8,500 in First-Place Prize Money on the Line this Weekend

Beebe, Arkansas (08/29/18) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil is set for a big Labor Day weekend of racing in the South. With just eight races remaining on the 2018 docket, the tour will sanction three pivotal events this weekend in Arkansas and Mississippi.

The annual Labor Day Classic will find the tour in action on Friday at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway (Paragould, Arkansas) before contesting a doubleheader on Saturday and Sunday at Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi).

In pursuit of his unprecedented fourth-straight championship, Jack Sullivan is currently the Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man atop the point standings. Hunter Rasdon, B.J. Robinson, Gavin Landers, Tanner Kellick, David Payne, Chandler Petty, Robert Baker, Robby Moore, and Jake Davis currently make up the current Top-10 in series standings.

Tanner Kellick has all but locked-up the Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year title. He holds a dominating advantage over Robby Moore and Jake Davis.

Thus far into the 2018 season there have been 12 different winners in 21 events with Jack Sullivan grabbing the most triumphs at five.

Action opens on Friday night at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway (Paragould, Arkansas) with the Keg Towing Labor Day Classic, which will post a $4,000-to-win/ $400-to-start purse for the 41-lap finale. Jack Sullivan claimed a thrilling photo-finish win in the series previous 2018 visit. Mid-South 305 Sprint Car Association (MSCA) Sprint Cars and Factory Stocks will also be part of the program.

Adult grandstand admission is $20 with kids $10, and children (ages 5-and-under) free. Pit passes are $30.

Gates open at 5:00 p.m. with racing action at 7:30 p.m.

On Saturday and Sunday the tour slides south to Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi) for a doubleheader atop the gumbo. Brian Rickman and Neil Baggett have both streaked to series wins at the ¼-mile oval this season. Saturday’s program posts a $2,500-to-win/ $400-to-start purse, while Sunday night’s finale will see $2,000-to-win/ $350-to-start purse. Durrence Layne Late Models, Durrence Layne Street Stocks, Factory Stocks, and Outlaw Hobbies will contest complete shows each night. MSCA 305 Sprint Cars will race for $1,000-to-win on Sunday night.

Saturday night adult grandstand admission is $15 with senior citizens (ages 55 and older) $10 with kids (ages 6-to-14) $5 and children (ages 5-and-under) free. Sunday adult grandstand admission is $20 with senior citizens (ages 55-and-older) $10 with kids (ages 6-to-14) $5 and children (ages 5-and-under) free.

Pit passes both nights are $35 for adults, kids (ages 6-to-14) $10 and children (5-and) free.

Both nights the pits open at 3:00 p.m. with grandstands opening at 5:00 p.m. Racing action each night starts at 7:00 p.m.

For more information on the weekend’s events, please visit www.CrowleysRidgeRaceway.com and www.GreenvilleSpeedway.net .

The tire rule for the weekend is as follows:
Crowley’s Ridge Raceway – August 31, 2018
- Front: 1350 Only
- Rear: LM40/WRS55

Greenville Speedway – September 1-2, 2018
- 1350 All four Corners with LM40/ WRS55 in Feature Only for Right Rear Only


COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Kuntz Classic at I-30 Won By Kyle Beard
26th Annual COMP Cams Topless 100 at Batesville Up Next


1Little Rock, Arkansas (08/04/18) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil sanctioned the annual Jim Kuntz Classic on Saturday night at I-30 Speedway, and it was Kyle Beard who streaked to the $3,000 victory.

Beard, who was the New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter grabbed the lead at the drop of the green flag and paced the field for the first 10 laps before fellow-front-row starter Jack Sullivan took control on lap 11. >>READ MORE


Jack Sullivan Returns to COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Victory Lane
Jim Kuntz Classic Up Next on August 4 at I-30 Speedway


West Plains, Missouri (07/28/18) – Three-time and defending COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) champion and current Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man Jack Sullivan raced to his fifth tour victory of 2018 on Saturday night at Legit Speedway.

Sullivan made a clean sweep of the program by setting fast time in MSR Mafia Time Trials, winning his heat race, and then leading all 40 laps of the finale to snag the $3,000 victory.

Sullivan extended his advantage atop the points with his 29th career win, which is most all-time with the series. >>READ MORE


Hunter Rasdon Repeats in COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Action
Legit Speedway Park on Tap for Tonight

1Locust Grove, Arkansas (07/27/18) – For the second time in as many races, Arkansas’ racer Hunter Rasdon visited Victory Lane with the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil on Saturday night. His latest conquest came at Batesville Motor Speedway, where led all 30 laps on his way to the $2,000 win. (Jason Brickey photo)

New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter, Gavin Landers and Rasdon led the field to the green flag with Rasdon grabbing the lead on the opening lap, exiting turn two. The Jonesboro, Arkansas native never looked back in the caution-free affair on his way to his second-straight win of the year, and his third overall. >>READ MORE


Hunter Rasdon Bests COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Foes at Boothill
Batesville Motor Speedway and Legit Speedway Park Up Next


1Greenwood, Louisiana (07/21/18) – Hunter Rasdon wired the field on Saturday night at Louisiana’s Boothill Speedway to claim the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil event victory. It was his second win of 2018 with the tour and was worth $2,500.

After setting fast time in MSR Mafia qualifying, Rasdon won his heat race to lock into the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the feature event. He was joined on the front row by Cade Dillard.

Rasdon paced the field throughout the feature and was able to make his tires last as several competitors battled late-race flat tires. Not even a one-lap shootout to the checkers could keep Rasdon out of Victory Lane as he claimed his ninth career triumph with the tour.

Robbie Stuart, Morgan Bagley, Chandler Petty and Cade Dillard completed the Top-5 finishers.

Tanner Kellick was the recipient of the Hard Charger Award after advancing from 16th to a 9th-place finish. The Henryetta Ford Hard Luck Award went to B.J. Robinson, who was sidelined in the feature with a broken rear end.

The tour continues action next weekend – July 27-28 – with a trip to Arkansas and Missouri. On Friday evening a $2,000-to-win/$350-to-start program will be held at Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Grove, Arkansas), while a $2,500-to-win/$400-to-start event is on tap at Legit Speedway Park (West Plains, Missouri).

For more information on the events, please visit www.BatesvilleMotorSpeedway.com and www.LegitSpeedway.com .

The tire rule for the Batesville Motor Speedway event is as follows:
- 1350 Front Tires Only
- LM40 or WRS55 Rear Tires
- LM 40 Right Front Option in Feature Only

The tire rule for the Legit Speedway Park event is as follows:
- LM40 or WRS55 All Four Corners

The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil is sponsored by and would like to thank all of their sponsors including- COMP Cams, Lucas Oil, Hoosier Racing Tires, Larry Shaw Race Cars, New Vision Graphics, Black Diamond Chassis, Midwest Sheet Metal, Beene Oil Co., Quarter Master, Allen Manufacturing, Mid State Golf Cars, ROCKHARD Powder Coating, Mark Martin Automotive Group, Mark Martin Powersports, Henryetta Ford, Central Arkansas Pest Services, Beach Veterinary Services, Racing Head Service, Kellick Farms, Midwest Automation, P&W Sales, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

For the latest information on the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil, please visit www.COMPDirt.com .

COMP Cams Super Dirt Series – July 21, 2018
Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, Louisiana)

Feature Results
1)Hunter Rasdon 2)Robbie Stuart 3)Morgan Bagley 4)Chandler Petty 5)Cade Dillard 6)Chad Dupont 7)Jack Sullivan 8)Lynn Beach 9)Tanner Kellick 10)Gavin Landers 11)Brad Couch 12)Zach McMillan 13)Jon Mitchell 14)B.J. Robinson 15)Ronny Adams 16)Brett Frazier
 
Entries: 16
MSR Mafia Fast Qualifier: Hunter Rasdon (15.543 seconds)
Black Diamond Chassis Heat Race #1 Winner: Hunter Rasdon
Allen Manufacturing Heat Race #2 Winner: Cade Dillard
New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter: Hunter Rasdon
Henryetta Ford Hard Luck Award: B.J. Robinson
Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger: Tanner Kellick (16th – 9th)
COMP Cams Top Performer: Hunter Rasdon


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