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Daily Dirt 08/18/2019 23:19:46

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July 21
Eriez Speedway,
Hammett, PA
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Mike Farr Memorial) - $4,100
Information provided by: Dustin Jarrett, track and team reports (last updated July 22, 1:13 pm)
Oakes wins Farr Memorial, collects $6,755
Mike Farr Memorial
  1. Greg Oakes
  2. Alex Ferree
  3. Chad Wright
  4. Jared Miley
  5. Chub Frank
  6. Mike Pegher Jr.
  7. Bryce Davis
  8. David Scott
  9. Boom Briggs
  10. Jake Finnerty
  11. Mike Knight
  12. Ryan Scott
  13. Breyton Santee
  14. Doug Eck
  15. Darrell Bossard
  16. Kyle Bedell
  17. Rob Middleton
  18. Dave Hess Jr.
  19. Brandon Groters
  20. Wyatt Scott
  21. Easton Hedman
  22. Cody Egner
  23. Wendell Pinckney
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Greg Oakes raced to his richest career payday at Eriez Speedway.
What won the race: Outside front-row starter Greg Oakes of Franklinville, N.Y., led flag-to-flag at Eriez Speedway on Sunday to capture the Mike Farr Memorial for Super Late Models. Oakes collected $4,100 in purse money and another $2,655 in lap money to give him a career-richest payday.
Quotable: "I was nervous. I seen somebody working underneath me there," Oakes said. "The last six, seven laps I moved down just a little bit. I felt like there was just a little more traction there, like the top was starting to give up, I think our left-rear tire was starting to give up a little bit. I was just so happy to see the checkered come out. This one wore me out.
Key notes: The 45-year-old Oakes topped his previous single-race, career-high payday of $4,000 on Sept. 25, 2015, at Eriez for the unsanctioned September Sweep. ... Oakes notched his second victory of the season; his first came June 22 at Stateline Speedway in Busti, N.Y. ... A lap-17 red flag appeared for a medical emergency on the grandstand side. ... Among cautions was a lap-18 yellow for a father-son tangle between Bump and Easton Hedman. ... Max Blair, a previous Farr Memorial winner, broke his car's rear end in heat action and scratched for the night; he won the Crate Late Model feature. ... The 41-lap event was originally set for May 26 as an Ultimate Northeast event but was rescheduled — minus the sanctioning — because of weather. ... The race honored the late shock rep and former co-owner of Genesis Racing Shocks who died in October 2016. ... Eriez was racing on the 58th anniversary of its founding.
Winner's sponsors: Oakes drives a Rocket Chassis with a Clements Racing Engine and sponsorship from Yorkshire Battery, Adawn Express, Ungerman Sand & Gravel, RG Mason Auctions, Amores Used Cars, Freedom Tire, Napoli’s Pizza, Tidd’s Roll-Off, Marcos Pizza & Subs and Dave Rice Construction.
Points chase: Track points haven't been updated since April 27 when Dave Hess Jr. was the leader.
Current weather: Clear, 74°F
Car count: 27
Fast qualifier: Chad Wright
Time: 15.045 seconds
Heat race winners: Chad Wright, Alex Ferree, Chub Frank
Editor's note: Corrects that Wright's fast time wasn't a track record.
 
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