Sanction: Schaeffer Oil Iron-Man Mountain Championship - $3,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated April 9, 8:19 am)
Collins captures Iron-Man victory at I-75
- Kenny Collins
- David Payne
- Carder Miller
- Billy Ogle Jr.
- Benji Shaw
- Sammie Russell
- Casey Turman
- Levi Ashby
- Ruben Mayfield
- Cale Finley
- Craig Greer
- Jeff Neubert
- Chicky Barton
- Joey Standridge
- Ray Cook
- Brian Selby
Kenny Collins earned $3,000 for his Iron-Man win at I-75.
What won the race: Polesitter Kenny Collins of Colbert, Ga., led all 30 laps outrunning third-starting David Payne of Murphy, N.C., capturing the Schaeffer Oil Iron-Man Mountain Championship victory at I-75 Speedway for the $3,000 payday. Collins took the checkers ahead of Payne by 1.303 seconds.
Key notes: The race was slowed by four cautions. ... Ten of the sixteen starters finished on the lead lap. ... The event marked the first Super Late Model race held at I-75 Raceway since promoter Tim Kyle took over the facility and trimmed the massive 5/8-mile speedplant down to a more conservative 3/8-mile oval in 2014.
On the move: Levi Ashby of Cumberland Furnace, Tenn., started 16th to finish eighth.
Winner's sponsors: Collins drives a Longhorn Chassis with sponsorship from Collins Signs, Erwin Racing Supply, Dockery Transport, Superior Rollout Solutions, Poole’s Fab & Custom Bodies, Kenny Harris Grading, Schoenfeld Headers, RC Performance Racing Transmissions, Thomas Clarke Performance and Schaeffer’s Racing OIl.
Points chase: Entering the event Shanon Buckingham (200) of Morristown, Tenn., leads the series points over Billy Ogle Jr. (196) of Knoxville, Tenn., and Justin Litchford (194) of Tullahoma, Tenn.
Car count: 16
Fast qualifier: Kenny Collins
Time: 13.576 seconds
Next series race: May 6, Blue Ridge Motorsports Park (Blue Ridge, GA) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.