CORLEY, Texas — For the first time in his young super late model career, Louisiana’s Cade Dillard visited victory lane with the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil Friday night at Timberline Speedway.
With 24 cars on hand for the $2,000-to-win event at the southwest Texas oval, Hunter Rasdon earned the New Vision Graphics Pole Award for the 30-lap feature. Rasdon led the first two circuits before fourth-starting Tyler Erb took control on lap three.
Erb paced the field until lap 15, when Dillard bolted to the top spot exiting turn four.
Dillard went on to take his first eries win with Erb, Jack Sullivan, Tanner Kellick, and Morgan Bagley completing the top five.
BJ Robinson was the Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger after passing 13 cars to finish sixth.
Cade Dillard, Tyler Erb, Jack Sullivan, Tanner Kellick, Morgan Bagley, B.J. Robinson, Hunter Rasdon, Kyle Beard, Gavin Landers, Robbie Moore, Austin Theiss, Robert Baker, Terry Phillips, Jon Mitchell, Billy Moyer Jr., Patrik Daniel, Jesse Stovall, Zach McMillan, Rick Duke, Chandler Petty.