Morgan Moves Past Mullis For Five Flags Victory


Dreamer Racing Super Series – Super Late Models – Round 10 – April 25, 2019 – Five Flags Speedway

Last Thursday night, the stars of the Super Series took on the home of our Fall Brawl Spectacular, the Five Flags Speedway, and a full field of 30 cars battled it out for 150 laps in the Canfield Autobody 150.

Race Summary – Joe Schaffer Jr. picked up some bonus points for leading the early stages of the race, but after the race’s 2nd and final restart on lap 31, Jimmy Mullis took over the lead a few laps later. Mullis would bring Devon Morgan along with him to the front of the field, and the two would run nose-to-tail over the next 60 laps. As the two navigated through lapped traffic, Morgan finally made a move to the bottom, and they battled side-by-side for a handful of laps before Morgan eventually got the advantage on lap 107. Over the final 44 circuits, the lead never grew more than a few car lengths for Morgan, but he was strong enough to hold on for his second victory of the season.

Broadcast Replay:

Race Winner – Devon Morgan – Started 6th (7-car invert), 44 laps led, 9th career SARA win

Top Five – 2nd Ryan Matthews, 3rd Jimmy Mullis, 4th Adam Benefiel, 5th Keith Medeiros

Splash N’ Go Graphics Pole Award – Jimmy Mullis (15.100 seconds)

Hard Chargers – Christian Challiner & Samuel Roush (+17 positions)

One3Designs Caution Flags – 2

Points Battle – Christian Challiner recovered from a subpar qualifying effort to finish inside the top, keeping him atop the points standings. However the battle for the title will head into the final race with 5 different drivers having a shot to take the championship. Joe Schaffer Jr. sits just 5 points back, with Ryan Matthews -8, Devon Morgan -12, and Dallas Pataska -16.

HidesPride Head2Head Throwdown – Row 2 on the grid was selected at random for drivers to compete head-to-head, with Joe Schaffer Jr. (7th) finishing ahead of Tim Bills (30th) to win the Throwdown.

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