LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Returning to action for the first time in over three months, Timothy Culp wired the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil field on Thursday night to claim over $5,500 in prize money.
Culp pocketed $5,000 for emerging victorious in the 11th annual Rockabilly 45 as well as a $500 bonus from Weston Petroleum’s Jim Freeman.
Culp, who has been mostly idle since welcoming his son into the world, led all 45 laps from the outside front row to notch his first series win of the 2021 season, and his 10th-career CCSDS triumph. The former CCSDS Champion crossed the finish line 1.253 seconds ahead of Brian Rickman, Logan Marin, Kyle Beard and Hunter Rasdon.
With the victory Culp took the inside line on the Dixon Road U-Pull-It Tri-Race Challenge. The bonus program offers an extra $5,000 to any driver who can sweep the July 29-31 swing, which includes events at I-30 Speedway, Batesville (Ark.) Motor Speedway and Legit Speedway (West Plains, Mo.). If a driver, can win two of those features, he or she will receive a $1,000 bonus.
Additionally, with his runner-up finish Brian Rickman catapulted into the points lead by six markers over Logan Martin.
1)Timothy Culp 2)Brian Rickman 3)Logan Martin 4)Kyle Beard 5)Hunter Rasdon 6)Morgan Bagley 7)Clay Fisher 8)B.J. Robinson 9)Brayden Proctor 10)Jon Kirby 11)Scott Crigler 12)Nathan Brown 13)Donnie Barnhart 14)Dustin Holmes 15)Terry Henson 16)Jon Mitchell 17)Jason Miles 18)Ross Farmer 19)Jamie Elam 20)Chad Mallett