SUPR: Moore Flag to Flag
For Season's Second Win at Boothill
GREENWOOD, La. - May 6 - Front-row starter Ray Moore of Shreveport, La., cruised to a $2,000 victory in the
O'Reilly Auto Parts Southern United Professional Racing (SUPR) Series event Friday at Boothill Speedway. Moore led
the 40-lap race flag-to-flag for the victory, in the first visit by the series to Boothill in nearly three
Moore, the 2007 series champion, raced to more than a three-second advantage over B.J. Robinson at the finish for
the 15th SUPR win of his career.
Robinson got two shots at Moore on a pair of restarts near the race’s halfway mark, but Moore countered with
flawless performance in holding off all-comers throughout the race.
Robinson settled for second with defending series champion Rob Litton of Alexandria, La., finishing third. Rookie
Timothy Culp of West Monroe, La., continued his impressive season with another solid performance, finishing fourth
and gaining 21 points on current series points leader, Morgan Bagley of Longview, Texas. Kevin Sitton of Baytown,
Texas, earned the race’s hard charger award after racing from 14th to fifth for his second consecutive top-five
Maneuvering through lapped traffic successfully helped Moore secure the victory in his MB2 Customs Chassis from
Wisconsin-based Mars Race Cars.
"We could go high or low, go in high and shoot down to the bottom, really just do whatever we wanted to and lapped
traffic never played an issued in it," he said. "I was just glad that the track stayed smooth and slick from the
"I tell you what, Jimmy and Chris Mars they have been working hard, these MB2's are just unbelievable. We have been
working on some things here lately, it's unbelievable how these are going in the slick right now, and even in the
mud they are going good right now. We have had a real good year so far and hopefully keep it up."
At the outset, Moore took command with Robinson, Brett Frazier, Litton and Jason Ingalls giving chase. Moore
stretched the lead to two seconds after five laps while Robinson had his hands full with Frazier.
Moore doubled his advantage over his pursuers and entered lapped traffic on the ninth lap, quickly gaining a
three-car cushion over second place, and by the halfway point he had a whopping seven-second margin.
Moore's huge advantage was erased when Wendall Bolden slowed on the backstretch on lap 23, and the final yellow
appeared a lap later.
Moore was in sight of Robinson on the restart, but not for long as the leader quickly pulled out to a full
straightaway and cruised to victory.
RACE NOTES: Moore's MB2 Customs Chassis is powered by a Jay Dickens Racing Engine and sponsored by Moore Wireline
Inc, tic Tools International, X-Treme Graphics, Smith's Towing and J&J Motorsports. ... Moore's 15 career SUPR
victories rank him ninth on the all-time list. ... The green flag dropped at 11 p.m. on the feature, which was
slowed by two cautions and ended with 12 cars on the lead lap. ... Jason Ingalls of Longview, Texas, made a return
to Late Model racing, driving the No. 87M owned by Jody Mayne. The sixth-starting Ingalls battled among the top
five early and finished a respectable seventh. ... Jody Prince of Sibley, La., filled in for the injured Josh Danzy
in consecutive weeks, in the Raymond Childress-owned No. F5 car. He finished 13th, the first car one lap down.
Danzy, who is recovering from a back injury, is expected to be back in the car in a few weeks. ... Chris Holley of
Dayton, Texas, broke a motor in hot laps, ending his night early. ... Besides Holley, drivers failing to make the
feature: Zach McMillan, Eric Neal, Brandon Russell and Jim Spurlock.
SUPR - May 6 - Boothill Speedway
1) Ray Moore, 2) Kyle Cummings, 3) Robert Litton, 4) Timothy
Culp, 5) Kevin Sitton, 6) Allen Tippen, 7) Jason Ingalls, 8) Morgan Bagley, 9) Troy Berdan, 10) Robbie
Stuart, 11) Ronny Adams, 12) David Mullins, 13) Josh Danzy, 14) Jay Brunson, 15) Paul Joyner, 16) Wes
Chanler, 17) Nicholas Brown, 18) Brett Frazier, 19) Justin Ingalls, 20) Wendall Bolden, 21) Derek
Heat winners (26 entries): Frazier, Moore, Cummings, Tippen; B-Main winner:
Scott Burson photo