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COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Returns to Action this Weekend

Beebe, Arkansas (05/02/16) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil returns to action this weekend, May 6-7, with a pair of events in Arkansas and Louisiana.

21-year-old, Austin Rettig from Sikeston, Missouri currently leads the standings over defending series champion, Jack Sullivan. Hunter Rasdon, Kyle Beard, Jon Mitchell, Garrett Alberson, Austin Theiss, Chandler Petty, David Payne, and Kyle Cummings round out the current top ten in the standings.

Hockley, Texas racer, Austin Theiss sits atop the Kuntz & Co. Rookie of the Year battle with Jonathan Rowan, Jake Davis, Mason Oberkramer, Brandon Wilson, and Tanner Kellick in pursuit.

The weekend opens on Friday evening, May 6 at Diamond Park Speedway (Nashville, Arkansas), where the stars and cars of the CCSDS will be competing in a $2,000-to-win/$350-to-start event. Entries from more than five states are expected to try and conquer the speed plant. Jack Sullivan was the victor with the CCSDS at the facility in 2015. Also on the event card will be Novice, Factory Stock, Pure Stock, Street Stock, and Mod-Lites. Gates open at 5:00 p.m. with racing action at 8:00 p.m. For more information on the event, please visit www.DiamondParkSpeedway.com .

Gene Boyter’s Ark-La-Tex Speedway (Vivian, Louisiana) welcomes the tour on Saturday, May 7 for its only appearance of 2016 at the facility. The night will be highlighted by a $2,000-to-win/$400-to-start affair. Timothy Culp claimed the victory in this event in 2015. Limited Modifieds, Factory Stocks, ProMods, Modifieds, and Four Cylinders will also be a part of the show. Racing action is slated for 7:30 p.m. Grandstand admission is $20 with kids (ages 10-and-under free). Pit admission is $35. For more information on the event, please visit www.ArkLaTexSpeedway.com .


Bloomquist Takes Bad Boys 98 Win at Batesville
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1LOCUST GROVE, AR (April 16, 2016) - Scott Bloomquist took the lead on lap six from polesitter Wendell Wallace and led the rest of the way to win the Bad Boy 98 on Saturday Night at Batesville Motor Speedway. Bloomquist earned $20,000 for his victory in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series/COMP Cams Super Dirt Series - Presented by Lucas Oil, co-sanctioned event.

Earl Pearson Jr. came home in second, followed by 12th starting, Don O'Neal, Jared Landers, and Brandon Sheppard.

"We got the lead pretty early. The track was little bumpy in one and two tonight. This is a brand new car and it ran well all weekend. The Andy Durham engine also ran great. I want to thank Steve [Martin] at Crop Production Services, Mark Martin Automotive, and Dyna-Gro Seed. We wanted to put on a show for our hometown sponsors and we did," said Bloomquist who earned the 560th victory of his Hall-of-Fame racing career.

Bloomquist swept the entire weekend at Batesville. He set overall fast time and dominated his heat race on Friday Night to earn to outside front row starting spot for Saturday's finale. <<MORE>>


Defending CCSDS Champ, Sullivan Tops Action at I-30 Speedway

1Little Rock, Arkansas (04/02/16) – Defending COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil champion, Jack Sullivan, returned to winning form on Saturday evening with a $2,000 triumph at I-30 Speedway.

After winning his heat race from the final, starting spot, Garrett Alberson earned the New Vision Graphics Pole Award for the 40-lap feature. The Las Cruces, New Mexico driver grabbed the lead and paced the opening laps of the finale over Timothy Culp, Jack Sullivan, Kyle Cummings, and Austin Rettig.

By lap 8 the leaders were already in lapped traffic as drivers searched high and low around the ¼-mile oval.

While Alberson cruised at the front of the field, Sullivan and Alberson staged a great battle for the runner-up spot as they swapped the position. multiple times. Lap 19 found Sullivan retaking the 2nd spot, and he set his sights on the leader Garrett Alberson as the leader diligently worked against lapped traffic. <<MORE>>


Austin Rettig Rallies to COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Win at Timberline

1Corley, Texas (04/01/16) – Late afternoon rain and 30 other competitors at Timberline Speedway couldn’t stop Sikeston, Missouri’s Austin Rettig from charging to the convincing $2,000 victory with the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil.

Despite a radar that looked terminal for much of the afternoon and persistent light rain at the track, Timberline Speedway soldiered forward to host the 2016 lid lifter for the tour.

Thirty-one entries filled the pit area at the northeast Texas oval, and via preliminary action Austin Theiss locked into the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the feature with Allen Tippen joining him on the front row for the 30-lap affair.

Tippen took the lead at the drop of the green flag with Hunter Rasdon, Theiss, Kyle Cummings, and Kyle Beard in pursuit. <<MORE>>


COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Inks New Sponsors; Releases Rules

Little Rock, Arkansas (03/22/16) – With a little over a week remaining until the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil opens their 2016 campaign, the series is proud to announce the addition of new marketing partners.

Henryetta Ford has joined the series to sponsor the nightly Hard Luck Award. The Oklahoma-based company will provide a $100 cash bonus nightly to the driver, who experiences the worst luck during the course of the evening. For more information on the company, please visit www.HenreyttaFord.com .

Mark Martin Powersports and Arctic Cat have joined forces to award a $100 gift certificate for each night’s consolation race winners. These gift certificates can be accumulated and used at the end of the season toward the purchase of a new Arctic Cat. In addition, they will be sponsoring the use of two Arctic Cat, four wheelers for CCSDS officials throughout the 2016 season. For more information on these great companies, please visit www.MarkMartinPowersports.com and www.ArcticCat.com .

“Adding Henryetta Ford, Mark Martin Powersports, and Arctic Cat to our already great list of marketing partners is a big deal for our series,” said CCSDS CEO, Chris Ellis. “We greatly value each and every one of our sponsors, and we encourage our racers and fans to please support them whenever possible.”
The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series has also now released its complete 2016 rulebook, which can be viewed and printed online at www.COMPDirt.com .

The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series lifts the lid on the 2016 campaign in less than ten days. The season begins on April 1 at Timberline Speedway (Corley, Texas) before sliding up the interstate to I-30 Speedway in (Little Rock, Arkansas) on Saturday, April 2. For more information on the 2016 schedule, please visit www.COMPDirt.com .


COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Announces Suspension Rules for 2016

Little Rock, Arkansas (03/15/16) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil has finalized their suspension rules for the 2016 season. The complete rulebook will be available in the next couple of weeks.

“We talked with several of the other tours and came up with a suspension, rule’s package that we think will be agreeable to teams,” said CCSDS CEO Chris Ellis. “We put a lot of time into this, and we are confident in our decision.” <<MORE>>


COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Night of Champions Recap

Little Rock, Arkansas (01/30/16) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil hosted their 2015 Night of Champions banquet on Saturday, January 30, 2016 at the Holiday Inn at the Airport sponsored by Boston’s Restaurant and Pizza.

A packed room of racers, promoters, crews, and fans enjoyed a great night of fun as the top performers from the 2015 CCSDS campaign were recognized for their accomplishments.

Greenbrier, Arkansas competitor, Jack Sullivan, was crowned as the series' champion for the for the first time in his career, while Gavin Landers was recognized as the Kuntz & Co. Rookie of the Year. 

The balance of the top ten in the final series standings were recognized, which included Kyle Beard, Gavin Landers, Tommy Surrett, Shannon Scott, David Payne, Clay Fisher, Chandler Petty, Brandon Smith, and BJ Robinson.

Jack Sullivan was presented with the GRT Race Cars Heat Race Award as he won seven heats in 2015, which was more than other driver. Sullivan also claimed the New Vision Graphics Pole Award for earning three pole positions during the course of the season. In addition, he was presented with the COMP Cams Winner’s Circle Award for winning more drivers than any other competitor with three triumphs.

The always charismatic, Sullivan addressed the crowd.

“This is a great bunch of folks to race with, and I’ve had a lot of fun being a part of the series this year,” said Sullivan. “Hopefully we can win even more races next year and grab another title.”

The Mark Martin Automotive Crew Chief of the Year Award was presented to Jarrod Grider, who turned wrenches for Gavin Landers and Double L Motorsports throughout the season.

CCSDS CEO, Chris Ellis addressed the crowd as he recapped an amazing 2015 campaign. He also looked into the future to talk about an even bigger 2016 season.

“We currently have 24 nights of racing scheduled for this season with a couple of additional tracks wanting events,” noted Ellis. “It’s both humbling and exciting to see how many tracks want to support what we doing with this series. I have to thank the sponsors, racers, and fans because without any of you there’s no way we could be growing so nicely.”

Ellis informed attendees that the series is close to obtaining its own transponder system, which would improve event efficiency, while also allowing for flexibility in formats. In an effort to further grow the series, he also mentioned that a greater push for video, photos, and media from events is becoming a primary focus.

The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil recently unveiled the initial edition of their 2016 schedule.

The impressive slate makes its debut with twenty-four dates at thirteen facilities in six states. The lid will be lifted on the ninth season for the southeastern tour on April 1 at Timberline Speedway (Corley, Texas) before sliding up the interstate to I-30 Speedway on Little Rock (Arkansas) on Saturday, April 2. For more information on the 2016 schedule, please visit www.COMPDirt.com .


COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Unveils 2016 Slate

Beebe, Arkansas (11/30/15) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil has unveiled the initial edition of their 2016 schedule.
The impressive slate makes its debut with twenty-two dates at thirteen facilities in six states. The lid will be lifted on the ninth season for the southeastern tour on April 1 at Timberline Speedway (Corley, Texas) before sliding up the interstate to I-30 Speedway on Little Rock (Arkansas) on Saturday, April 2.

The tour will co-sanction the annual Bad Boy 98 at Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Grove, Arkansas) with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) on April 15-16, where a $20,000 top prize will be up for grabs. The spring special will mark the first of two co-sanctions with the LOLMDS in 2016 as the CCSDS racers will again join the national tour in co-sanctioning the 24th Annual COMP Cams Topless 100 on August 19-20.

The 6th Annual Rockabilly 45 will be held August 5-6 at I-30 Speedway. The doubleheader includes a $2,000-to-win event on Friday evening, while Saturday night’s victor will be rewarded with a $4,000 check.

The Fourth of July weekend will take the CCSDS to the Magnolia State on July 1-3. The tripleheader includes a first-time trip to Jackson Motor Speedway (Byram, Mississippi) book-ended with events at Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi) and Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi).

Another tripleheader will bring the year to a close with the 2nd Annual Triple Crown being held September 2-4 with events at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway (Paragould, Arkansas), Riverside International Speedway (West Memphis, Arkansas), and Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi).

“We couldn’t be any more pleased with our 2016 schedule,” commented CCSDS CEO, Chris Ellis. “While there is a potential to add one or two more races, what we have in place now offers our fans and racers a solid slate of regional competition.”
Ellis concludes by noting, “I want to say a huge thanks to our racers, fans, tracks, and sponsors, who make our series possible. Without any of them we couldn’t do this.”

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


Clay Fisher Takes I-30 Speedway Win; Jack Sullivan Claims CCSDS Title

Little Rock, Arkansas (09/26/15) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil put a wrap on the 2015 season on Saturday evening with the 9th Annual Midsouth Dirt Track Championship at I-30 Speedway. Dewitt, Arkansas racer,

It would be night of firsts at the ¼ mile oval. Clay Fisher emerged victorious for the first time in his career in CCSDS competition, while Jack Sullivan claimed his first-ever, CCSDS championship.

Danny Zimmerman from Wylie, Texas earned the New Vision Graphics Pole Award for the $3,000-to-win finale with Clay Fisher starting alongside. The drop of the green flag found Zimmerman jumping to the lead, but his time at the front would only last a single lap as Fisher charged to the top spot on the second circuit.

By lap 5 Fisher enjoyed a comfortable lead with Zimmerman, Kyle Beard, Jack Sullivan, and Ronny Adams in pursuit. Over the next several circuits the battle for the runner-up spot was fantastic with a trio of racers contending for the position.

A lap 13 caution for Tommy Surrett, who slowed on the front stretch regrouped the field. Fisher led Zimmerman, Beard, Sullivan, and Adams back to the green flag. Sullivan slipped off the backstretch, causing him to fall to 5th as Adams shot to the 2nd spot ahead of Beard and Zimmerman.

Despite a late-race caution that bunched the field again, Fisher raced away from the field to claim his first win. Sullivan rebounded to finish 2nd with Beard, Adams, and Jon Mitchell completing the top five.

“We’ve been trying for several years to get one of these wins so it feels awesome to finally get over the hump,” said Clay Fisher. “Thanks to my crew, my sponsors, and my fans for their great support.”
Greenbrier, Arkansas racer, Sullivan only had to enter the event to clinch his first-career title with the series.

“Chris Ellis and his staff run a top-notch operation with this series, and it’s an honor to get the championship this season,” said Sullivan. “We had a few ups and downs, but my team and sponsors stood behind me. Without them there’s no way I could’ve won this title.”

Batesville, Arkansas racer, Gavin Landers, claimed the Kuntz & Co. Rookie of the Year title.
Danny Zimmerman won GRT Race Cars Heat Race #1 with Clay Fisher winning Allen Manufacturing Heat Race #2. 

The Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger Award went to Gavin Landers, who advanced from the 11th starting spot to a 6th place finish. Tommy Surrett was the recipient of the Wilwood Tough Break of the Race Award.

This concludes the 2015 season for the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil. The series would like to thank all of the racers, fans, crew members, and tracks for their support this year. Planning is already underway for the 2016 campaign. Keep your browsers pointed to www.COMPDirt.com for the latest news and updates.

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 Tire South, Kuntz and Co. Racing Engines, New Vision Graphics, GRT Race Cars, Larry Shaw Race Cars, Wilwood, Allen Manufacturing, Boston's Sports Bar and Restaurant, ROCKHARD Powder Coating, Woodco, Mark Martin Automotive Group, Mid-State Golf Cars, Henryetta Ford, M&M Paint and Construction, Ronald Surrett Contracting, Tommy Surrett Trucking, Beach Veterinary Services, MSR Mafia Marketing, Sampson Racing Communications, AR Bodies, Schoenfeld Headers, and Keyser Manufacturing.

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 – September 26th, 2015
I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas)
 
Feature Results
1) Clay Fisher (Dewitt, AR)
2) Jack Sullivan (Greenbrier, AR)
3) Kyle Beard (Trumann, AR)
4) Ronny Adams (Greenwood, LA)
5) Jon Mitchell (Texarkana, TX)
6) Gavin Landers (Batesville, AR)
7) Danny Zimmerman (Wylie, TX)
8) Austin Rettig (Sikeston, MO)
9) Brandon Smith (Floral, AR)
10) David Payne (Cabot, AR)
11) Kanyan Methvin (Yellville, AR)
12) Joseph Long (Bryant, AR)
13) Hunter Duren (Flippin, AR)
14) Lynsee Provence (North Little Rock, AR)
15) Tommy Surrett (North Little Rock, AR)
16) Eddie Provence (East End, AR)
17) Kyle Beard (Trumann, AR)

Entries:  17
GRT Race Cars Heat Race #1 Winner: Danny Zimmerman
Allen Manufacturing Heat Race #2 Winner: Clay Fisher
Boston's Sports Bar & Restaurant B-Main Winners: NA
New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter: Danny Zimmerman
Wilwood Tough Brake of the Race Award: Tommy Surrett
Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger: Gavin Landers (11th-6th)
COMP Cams Top Performer: Clay Fisher
Leaders: Danny Zimmerman (1); Clay Fisher (2-35)
Cautions: 2
Red Flags: 0