NEW SMYRNA, Fla. — Sunday night belonged to Brad May and Brad May only.
The defending super late model track champion had finished third each of the last two nights coming into night three. But after clearing Ryan Moore for the lead on the initial start, he didn’t put a foot wrong and led every lap en route to the win.
"I think we’ve had a good enough car to win every night if we would’ve started up towards the front," May said. "It’s so hard to pass, everybody gets so close, but this Fury race car is on a rail. We haven’t been changing anything because I knew this car was this good."
With the win, May takes control of the super late model points standings of the World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing from Derek Griffith.
Ryan Moore, night one winner Sammy Smith, night two winner Jesse Love and Stephen Nasse rounded out the top five, with Justin Mondiek, Griffith, Anthony Sergi, Max Calles-McDonald and Colin Garrett completing the top 10.
Travis Eddy won the Florida modified 35-lap event for the third time in three nights and Gio Scelzi won the pro late model 35-lap event. Connor Mosack and Hayden Sprague made contact on the final lap, resulting in Mosack spinning and Sprague being black flagged, handing the win to Scelzi.