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RTJ Dominates Mountain Moonshine Classic Opener

(June 14, 2024) Ricky Thornton Jr. padded his points lead in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series by winning night one of the Mountain Moonshine Classic. Thornton swept the night by setting fast time in time trials, won his heat race, and led all 40 laps to claim the $10,000 winner’s check. (MRM Racing Photos)

Thornton seemed to be on cruise control until Dale McDowell closed to gap by the race’s midway point. As Thornton encountered slower traffic, McDowell moved to just a couple of car lengths of the lead. A caution on lap 25 allowed everyone at another shot to improve their positions. Tim McCreadie used the outside line on the restart to take second place from McDowell. McDowell then had to hold off Devin Moran for third.

McCreadie was unable to challenge Thornton for the win. McDowell held on to third over Moran and Daulton Wilson.

The front wheel drive feature saw Dustin Duncan claim another win at Smoky Mountain Speedway. Ray Wyatt and Dylan Jones waged a fierce battle for second throughout most of the race. Wyatt held off Jones on the final lap to take second.

Corey Vickers came from 11th starting spot to win the Crown Vic feature. Vickers took the lead from Scott Randolph on the way to taking the win. Joseph McGill finished third.

Mountain Moonshine Classic Night 1 (40 Laps): 1. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[1]; 2. 1-Tim McCreadie[2]; 3. 17M-Dale McDowell[4]; 4. 99-Devin Moran[6]; 5. 18D-Daulton Wilson[3]; 6. 157-Mike Marlar[12]; 7. 76-Brandon Overton[5]; 8. 9-Nick Hoffman[7]; 9. 58-Garrett Alberson[11]; 10. 49-Jonathan Davenport[8]; 11. 19R-Ryan Gustin[15]; 12. 71-Hudson O'Neal[9]; 13. 20-Jimmy Owens[10]; 14. 7W-Ricky Weiss[16]; 15. 111-Max Blair[13]; 16. 93F-Carson Ferguson[22]; 17. 25B-Mike Benedum[14]; 18. 22-Chris Ferguson[20]; 19. 99B-Boom Briggs[18]; 20. 7T-Drake Troutman[19]; 21. 126-Kaede Loudy[17]; 22. 7-Ross Robinson[23]; 23. 1G-Rusty Ballenger[21]; 24. 17SS-Brenden Smith[25]; 25. 93-Cory Lawler[26]; 26. 6-Clay Harris[24]

Front Wheel Drive: 1. 21-Dustin Duncan[1]; 2. 7W-Ray Wyatt[3]; 3. J19-Dylan Jones[4]; 4. 26-Michael Lambert[5]; 5. 85-Travis Weeks[10]; 6. B56-Brandon Porstner[6]; 7. 17W-Gregory Wyatt[7]; 8. 21T-Travis Taylor[9]; 9. 32-Chase Sands[11]; 10. 10-Dan Sandiford[16]; 11. 20-Preston Atkins[12]; 12. 23S-Karsyn Stibb[13]; 13. 421-Britton Roxberry[2]; 14. K3-James Klaucke[8]; 15. B01-Braden Johnson[15]; 16. 5L-Bryson Large[14]; 17. 44-Scott Velez[17]

Crown Vic: 1. 7-Corey Vickers[11]; 2. 37-Scott Randolph[1]; 3. J1-Joseph McGill[6]; 4. 51-Greg Taylor[10]; 5. 13-Amber Gilpatrick[9]; 6. 327-Shyan Lichlyter[7]; 7. 14-Opie Barndt[5]; 8. 20-Anthony Brown[8]; 9. 11-Emma Coffey[2]; 10. 2-Dale Dunn[4]; 11. 5X-Troy Davenport[3]

(MRM Racing Photos)

(MRM Racing Photos)

(MRM Racing Photos)




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