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William Byron DQ'd, Jeremy Doss Named Winner of PepperJack Kennels Twin 100 at 5 Flags

William Byron scored the victory Friday night at 5 Flags Speedway but failed post-race technical inspection, giving the win to Jeremy Doss.


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UPDATE: The No. 24 Anthony Cami Racing Chevrolet that was originally scored the winner failed ASA Southern Super Series post-race technical inspection. Series officials declared Jeremy Doss the race winner.


William Byron has gotten very used to winning in 2023, and on Friday night at 5 Flags Speedway he notched another victory as he took the checkered flag in the first night of the PepperJack Kennels Twin 100s.

Taking the lead for the first time with 39 laps to go and holding the lead on a restart with 36 laps to go, Byron drove his Anthony Campi-owned No. 24 to his first victory at 5 Flags Speedway.

Byron restarted on the outside of Jeremy Doss with 39 laps to go and was able to keep his No. 24 on the outside of Doss’ No. 44 lap after lap. The battle was intense with Byron officially taking the lead but Michael Goddard brought out a caution with 36 laps to go. Despite racing side-by-side, Byron assumed the lead and drove away from the field on the ensuing restart.

"Our car was really good," he said after climbing from the car. "These guys did a great job all weekend - all day - just preparing a good car. They were kind of working on a few things and just proud of the whole team.

"It was a hard-fought win. I've never won here, it's one of my weaker tracks," said Byron, who will have some added confidence heading into this year's Snowball Derby.

Scoring four wins on the season in the NASCAR Cup Series, Byron continues to race in the ASA ranks to hone his skills. Following Friday night's race in Pensacola, Florida, the driver of the No. 24 Hendrick Motorsports Chevrolet was headed to Pocono Raceway for this weekend's Cup Series event.

"I just enjoy racing. I think it makes me better," said Byron. "I think traveling to all different racetracks they all have different characteristics and it challenges you. I feel like getting used to the Cup car sometimes that I can get in a lull. This year has been good all around and it's nice to get a win with Anthony here."

Jeremy Doss dominated the opening stages of Friday's race until relinquishing the lead to Byron. The driver of the No. 44 finished the night in the runner-up position, followed by Gio Ruggiero, Jackson Boone and Hunter Robbins.

Five laps into the race saw a large incident collecting nearly 17 cars that started when Derek Thorn and Matt Craig got together going into Turn 1. Timothy Watson’s car locked together with Thorn’s No. 51 and caused a log-jam midway through the field.

Video: Massive Crash Ensues in Friday Night's ASA Southern Super Event at 5 Flags

ASA Southern Super Series Blizzard Series Double Header at 5 Flags Race 1 Results

FinSt.No.DriverLapsDiffBest Lap
1244Jeremy Doss1002.61617.325
21222rGio Ruggiero1004.58717.533
337bJackson Boone1006.09217.543
4118Hunter Robbins1006.72117.477
572sWilliam Sawalich1007.62817.801
61651nStephen Nasse10011.10917.53
72850Jett Noland10012.73117.711
8159Travis Braden10013.56317.764
92323Billy VanMeter991 lap17.791
102508Tony Elrod991 lap17.937
11854sMatthew Craig991 lap17.529
122069Michael Hinde937 laps17.641
13626Bubba Pollard8416 laps17.335
141353Boris Jurkovic6436 laps17.589
151037Michael Goddard6337 laps17.866
162632Stuart Dutton6040 laps17.825
172254sConner Sutton5842 laps17.862
182115Jordan Riddick4357 laps17.643
192422hRyan Herbert4060 laps17.739
20112bJohn Bolen991 laps17.725
21551tDerek Thorn595 laps17.663
229112Augie Grill595 laps17.519
231428Timothy Watson595 laps17.764
241829Hunter Wright595 laps17.666
251933Dustin Smith595 laps17.793
26177cJustin Crider595 laps17.872
272711Clint Folsom496 laps20.416
28424William Byron100DQ17.559
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