Clay Stuckey Tops March Madness from 19th with CCSDS at Springfield
Poplar Bluff Speedway and Old No. 1 Speedway Next Up on April 5 – 6

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (03/16/24) – Starting 19th on the feature grid was no match from keeping Clay Stuckey from his first-career COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) Super Late Model Series victory on Saturday.

The Louisiana racer’s maiden voyage to Victory Lane with the tour came at Springfield (Mo.) Raceway in the facility’s March Madness and was worth $5,000.

“Oh my God, that was unbelievable,” Stuckey said. “I knew I was good, but I didn’t know if I was anywhere near the front until that (lap-26) caution. I knew when I was about fifth or sixth, and I was like, 'I got a shot at this.' I thought, 'This is gonna be my time to make something happen,’ and every time we’d go into the corner somebody in front of me would push and it fell right into my hands (after Chamberlain spun). Words can’t explain (how this feels). You do all this work and it finally pays off.”

While Clay Stuckey ultimately shined in Victory Lane at the end of the 40-lap affair it was Mark Martin Automotive Fast Qualifier and Pole Sitter, Tristan Chamberlain, who paced the first 27 circuits of the Comprehensive Motorsports main event. Unfortunately, bad luck bit the Indiana rising star on lap 28 when he got over the turn four cushion and spun to draw a Mr. Dent Caution Flag.

The restart saw Clay Stuckey powering to the lead and drove away from the field in the closing laps to streak under the checkered flag 3.382 seconds in front of Tony Jackson Jr. with Sawyer Crigler, Kyle Beard and 11th-starting Jace Parmley.

With his impressive 19th-to-first charge, Clay Stuckey also collected the MD3 Bodies Hard Charger Award.

With three series events in the book two-time series champion, Logan Martin leads the standings as the Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man by five markers over Tony Jackson Jr. with Morgan Bagley, Kyle Beard, and B.J. Robinson rounding out the Top 5 in the latest series points

The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series will be idle the rest of March before resuming action on April 5 at Poplar Bluff (Mo.) Speedway with a $5,000-to-win event before rolling into Old No. 1 Speedway (Harrisburg, Ark.) the next night for the $5,000-to-win edition of the Cow Patty.

The CCSDS Super Late Model tire rule for the weekend is as follows:
Left Front Tire: Any Hoosier Tire (90)
Right Front Tire and Left Rear Tire: NLMT2 (90), NLMT3 (90)
Right Rear Tire: NLMT3 (92)

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COMP Cams Super Dirt Series – March 16, 2024
Springfield (Mo.) Raceway
March Madness

Midwest Sheet Metal A Feature 1 (40 Laps): 1. 15-Clayton Stuckey[19]; 2. 25-Tony Jackson Jr[5]; 3. 11S-Sawyer Crigler[3]; 4. 86B-Kyle Beard[9]; 5. 82-Jace Parmley[11]; 6. 36-Logan Martin[4]; 7. 14M-Morgan Bagley[7]; 8. 12-Scott Crigler[6]; 9. 1-BJ Robinson[16]; 10. 11-Jon Kirby[18]; 11. 5-Jon Mitchell[17]; 12. R5-Hunter Rasdon[22]; 13. 22H-Dustin Hodges[10]; 14. 3W-Brennon Willard[13]; 15. 20TC-Tristan Chamberlain[1]; 16. 5V-Austin Vincent[23]; 17. 88-Chance Mann[24]; 18. 17-Jarret Stuckey[12]; 19. 22-Daniel Hilsabeck[8]; 20. 9-Shane Hebert[21]; 21. 8-Dillon McCowan[2]; 22. 14R-Jeff Roth[14]; 23. B17-Brandon Ball[15]; 24. 60-Kip Hughes[20]

DNS: Chris Hawkins, Doug Tye, Jim Greenway, Devon Andrews, James Body, Tyler Kuykendall, Troy Bynum, Matt Menbie, Chandler Moenning, Glen Powell, Charlie Cole

Entries: 35
Mark Martin Automotive Group A & Overall Fast Qualifier: Tristan Chamberlain (11.980 sec.)
Mark Martin Automotive Group B Fast Qualifier: Scott Crigler (12.744 sec.)
Keith Lawson Motorsports Heat Race #1 Winner: Tristan Chamberlain
Dixon Road U-Pull-It Heat Race #2 Winner: Sawyer Crigler
Delta Thunder Motorsports #3 Winner: Dillon McCowan
American Built Machinery Heat Race #4 Winner: Logan Martin
Mid-State Golf Carts B-Main #1 Winner: Jon Mitchell
Mississippi State Police Supply B-Main #2 Winner: Jon Kirby
Lap Leaders: Tristan Chamberlain (1-27), Clay Stuckey (28-40) Pole Sitter: Tristan Chamberlain
MD3 Five Star Bodies Hard Charger: Clay Stuckey (19th-to-1st)
Deatherage Opticians Lucky 13: Dustin Hodges
Series Provisionals: Shane Hebert, Hunter Rasdon, Austin Vincent, Chance Mann
COMP Cams Top Performer: Clay Stuckey
Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man: Logan Martin