Dycus capitalizes late to take Superbowl Speedway TOMS win
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September 30, 2017  |  by Keith Pirtle

The Touring Outlaw Modified Series rolled into Greenville, Texas, at the Superbowl Speedway for the inaugural Larry Killian Memorial race on Saturday. With the stands full and waiting to see what the 190 cars that were in the pits had to offer, the TOMS rolled out 32 USRA Modifieds for racing action.

Leading the field to the green flag for the Day Motor Sports feature event, Clyde Dunn Jr. and Max Eddie Thomas sat on the front row with Thomas making it first to turn one. Dunn tried multiple times to get under Thomas in the first couple of laps before settling close to his back bumper.

The track was dry and dusty, leading to some close racing action. As the battle for the lead continued with Dunn sucked up close to Thomas, series points leader Triston Dycus was working the high line looking for a way to get past Dunn.

Lap 11 brought out the first caution which stacked the field up. At the restart, Thomas stayed out front but Dycus got by Dunn to take over the second spot. At the midway point of the race, it was Thomas, Dycus, Dunn and Colby Smith in the top-four battle.

On lap 17 Thomas went into turn one and made the mistake Dycus was looking for, hitting the turn a little hot and spun it around which brought out the race's final caution.

On the restart, Dycus jumped out front with Smith getting past Dunn for the second spot. As Dycus took the double checkered flags, he was followed closely by Smith, Dunn, Brad Doherty and Chris Huckeba.

The Touring Outlaw Modified Series will race next Oct. 13-14 at the Lonestar Speedway, followed by Oct. 21 back at the Superbowl Speedway.

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OFFICIAL RESULTS
United States Racing Association
Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series
Touring Outlaw Modified Series
Superbowl Speedway, Greenville, Texas
Saturday, Sept. 30, 2017

USRA MODIFIEDS

Heat #1: (14t) Triston Dycus, (4) Bo Day, (2c) Chris Huckeba, (25d) Donnie Shipp, (9r) Kevin Rutherford, (75) Kenny Densman, (77)Marcus Baxter, (73) Jim Knight.

Heat #2: (88xxx) Clyde Dunn Jr, (1) Blaine Shive, (20) Ronny Welborne, (5x) Danny Veal, (711) Michael Daniel, (87) John Webb, (60) William Gould, (66x) Mike Dillard.

Heat #3: (17) Jason Sartain, (410) Brad Doherty, (74) Jasen Hammonds, (777) Jack Sartain, (56) Troy Taylor, (51x) Danny Florence, (7x) Rory Jordan, (69) Raymond King.

Heat #4: (82) Max Eddie Thomas, (01) Colby Smith, (4d) Caleb Shown, (3c) Charlie Smith, (11x) Wesley Veal, (715) J.P Dowell, (84) Rodney White, (82x) Greg Teske.

B-Main #1: (25d) Donnie Shipp, (74) Jasen Hammonds, (715) J.P Dowell, (73) Jim Knight, (9r) Kevin Rutherford, (3c) Charlie Smith, (7x) Rory Jordan, (77)Marcus Baxter, (69) Raymond King, (87) John Webb.

B-Main #2: (56) Troy Taylor, (11x) Wesley Veal, (5x) Danny Veal, (711) Michael Daniel, (84) Rodney White, (51x) Danny Florence, (82x) Greg Teske, (75) Kenny Densman, (60) William Gould-NS, (66x) Mike Dillard-NS.

Day Motor Sports A-Main: (14t) Triston Dycus, (01) Colby Smith, (88xxx) Clyde Dunn Jr, (410) Brad Doherty, (2c) Chris Huckeba, (56) Troy Taylor, (25d) Donnie Shipp, (3c) Charlie Smith, (11x) Wesley Veal, (5x) Danny Veal, (87) John Webb, (74) Jasen Hammonds, (711) Michael Daniel, (777) Jack Sartain, (73) Jim Knight, (77)Marcus Baxter, (82x) Greg Teske, (1) Blaine Shive, (17) Jason Sartain, (4d) Caleb Shown, (82) Max Eddie Thomas, (20) Ronny Welborne, (715) J.P Dowell, (4) Bo Day.



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