February 14, 2024 | By ASA STARS PR

Bubba Pollard wins Clyde Hart Memorial at New Smyrna

NEW SMYRNA, Fla. — Bubba Pollard continued the hot start to his 2024 season, winning the ASA STARS National Tour Clyde Hart Memorial 200 tonight at New Smyrna Speedway.

Pollard, the short track super star from Senoia, GA, ran Majeski down in the closing laps, passing the defending STARS Series Champion with 17 laps remaining to claim his second career ASA STARS National Tour victory. Majeski had dominated the STARS Series opening event, leading 105 laps before Pollard made the winning pass. Once off the lead, Majeski faded to 16th in the final running order.

Jett Noland finished 2nd, followed by Casey Roderick, rookie Brent Crews and Gio Ruggiero.


RESULTS

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A Feature 1 (200 Laps): 1. 26P-Bubba Pollard[11]; 2. 50-Jett Noland[9]; 3. 26R-Casey Roderick[3]; 4. 24-Brent Crews[4]; 5. 22-Giovanni Ruggiero[8]; 6. 9E-Chase Elliott[10]; 7. 14N-Austin Nason[20]; 8. 30-Kyle Steckly[27]; 9. 28B-Cole Butcher[2]; 10. 51F-Jake Finch[5]; 11. 62-William Sawalich[7]; 12. 9K-Derek Kraus[12]; 13. 44-Conner Jones[1]; 14. 54M-Matt Craig[31]; 15. 28W-Timothy Watson[18]; 16. 91-Ty Majeski[17]; 17. 33F-Albert Francis[30]; 18. 8-Jonathan Knee[32]; 19. 08N-Nicholas Naugle[25]; 20. 32L-Treyten Lapcevich[26]; 21. 36-Ty Fredrickson[6]; 22. 51N-Stephen Nasse[14]; 23. 21C-Jeff Choquette[22]; 24. 26S-Dawson Sutton[19]; 25. 9M-Brad May[15]; 26. 20S-Anthony Sergi[13]; 27. 23V-Billy VanMeter[29]; 28. 12-Derek Griffith[28]; 29. 69-Michael Hinde[21]; 30. 58-Michael Goddard[16]; 31. 29-Hunter Wright[24]; 32. 20W-Kris Wright[23]

B Feature 1: 1. 20W-Kris Wright[2]; 2. 29-Hunter Wright[4]; 3. 08N-Nicholas Naugle[6]; 4. 32L-Treyten Lapcevich[3]; 5. 30-Kyle Steckly[11]; 6. 12-Derek Griffith[5]; 7. 78-Jo Lawrence[1]; 8. 5-Johnny Sauter[7]; 9. 54T-Tommy Catalano[8]; 10. 7-Mitch Haver[10]; 11. 32K-Caden Kvapil[12]; 12. 23F-Dave Farrington Jr[9]; 13. 112-Steve Weaver[13]

Qualifying 1: 1. 44-Conner Jones, 00:17.756[37]; 2. 28B-Cole Butcher, 00:17.762[46]; 3. 24-Brent Crews, 00:17.767[43]; 4. 26R-Casey Roderick, 00:17.768[42]; 5. 51F-Jake Finch, 00:17.807[38]; 6. 62-William Sawalich, 00:17.849[36]; 7. 22-Giovanni Ruggiero, 00:17.850[28]; 8. 50-Jett Noland, 00:17.868[39]; 9. 9E-Chase Elliott, 00:17.879[33]; 10. 26P-Bubba Pollard, 00:17.883[45]; 11. 9K-Derek Kraus, 00:17.884[41]; 12. 20S-Anthony Sergi, 00:17.888[35]; 13. 51N-Stephen Nasse, 00:17.899[32]; 14. 9M-Brad May, 00:17.911[34]; 15. 58-Michael Goddard, 00:17.924[30]; 16. 91-Ty Majeski, 00:17.941[44]; 17. 26S-Dawson Sutton, 00:17.947[13]; 18. 28W-Timothy Watson, 00:17.950[40]; 19. 14N-Austin Nason, 00:17.975[19]; 20. 69-Michael Hinde, 00:18.021[29]; 21. 21C-Jeff Choquette, 00:18.022[25]; 22. 78-Jo Lawrence, 00:18.033[27]; 23. 20W-Kris Wright, 00:18.070[23]; 24. 32L-Treyten Lapcevich, 00:18.081[18]; 25. 29-Hunter Wright, 00:18.123[24]; 26. 12-Derek Griffith, 00:18.134[20]; 27. 54M-Matt Craig, 00:18.135[16]; 28. 08N-Nicholas Naugle, 00:18.141[22]; 29. 8-Jonathan Knee, 00:18.166[26]; 30. 30-Kyle Steckly, 00:18.198[17]; 31. 54T-Tommy Catalano, 00:18.201[10]; 32. 33F-Albert Francis, 00:18.216[15]; 33. 5-Johnny Sauter, 00:18.226[6]; 34. 33W-Daniel Webster, 00:18.236[12]; 35. 2-John Bolen, 00:18.254[11]; 36. 76-James Lynch, 00:18.352[7]; 37. 27G-Bobby Good, 00:18.357[31]; 38. 23V-Billy VanMeter, 00:18.366[14]; 39. 7-Mitch Haver, 00:18.412[8]; 40. 27K-Cody Krucker, 00:18.427[9]; 41. 32K-Caden Kvapil, 00:18.518[5]; 42. 21K-Derrick Kelley, 00:18.590[4]; 43. 23F-Dave Farrington Jr, 00:18.837[3]; 44. 112-Steve Weaver, 00:19.312[1]; 45. 36-Ty Fredrickson; 46. (DNS) 17-Danny Knoll Jr; 47. (DNS) 15-Gabe Sommers


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TOUR MODIFIED

A Feature 1 (50 Laps): 1. 40-Ryan Preece[3]; 2. 16-Ron Silk[6]; 3. 50-Ronnie Williams[5]; 4. 92-Anthony Nocella[2]; 5. 60-Matt Hirschman[4]; 6. 46-Craig Lutz[1]; 7. 58-Eric Goodale[20]; 8. 55-Teddy Hodgdon[7]; 9. 07-Patrick Emerling[15]; 10. 36-David Sapienza[14]; 11. 54-Tommy Catalano[13]; 12. 9NJ-Tom Martino Jr[9]; 13. 42-Spencer Davis[22]; 14. 20-Eddie McCarthy[18]; 15. 2-JR Bertuccio[23]; 16. 98-Landon Huffman[17]; 17. 11-Norman Newman[24]; 18. 48-Johnny Kay[21]; 19. 7-Rich Parker[26]; 20. 09-Christopher Hatton[25]; 21. 76-Jimmy Blewett[12]; 22. 179-Anthony Bello[8]; 23. 14NC-Bobby Measmer Jr[19]; 24. 02-Joey Coulter[16]; 25. 32-Tyler Rypkema[10]; 26. 158-Timmy Solomito[11]

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