Delaware International Speedway,
Sanction: Unsanctioned Supers (Camp Barnes Benefit) - $4,949
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated October 4, 3:22 pm)
Eckert wins Camp Barnes Benefit at DIS
Camp Barnes Benefit
- Rick Eckert
- Ross Robinson
- Amanda Robinson
- Danny Snyder
- Roy Deese Jr.
- Shaun Jones
- Trevor Collins
- David Pettyjohn
- Rob Schirmer
- Robbie Emory
- Joey Hoffer
- Dale Murphy
- Ray Ciccarelli
- Todd Plummer
- Robert Paczkowski
- David Smith
- Jason Dean
- Kerry King Jr.
- Kyle Lear
- Mark Pettyjohn
- Jamie Eichholz
- Jake Rithmeier
Jamie Wilson/Landstone Sports Photography
Rick Eckert gets rolling before his Delaware International victory.
What won the race: Repelling Ross Robinson's charge after a caution with six laps remaining, Rick Eckert of York, Pa., scored the $4,949 victory in Saturday’s Camp Barnes Benefit at Delaware International Speedway. He finished ahead of Ross and Amanda Robinson.
Key notes: Eckert took the checkers 1.225 seconds of the 2020 event winner Ross Robinson. … Delaware International Speedway track champion Mark Pettyjohn retired on the fifth circuit. … The 49th annual Camp Barnes Benefit Race paid $3,949-to-win for Super Late Models with several other divisions in action, including Crate Late Models.
Winner's sponsors: Eckert’s Murray Motorsports Rocket Chassis is sponsored by Countertop & Cabinet Solutions, M&M Painting and Construction and Murray & Son Enterprises.
Points chase: Mark Pettyjohn is the 2021 track champion.
Current weather: Few Clouds, 66°F
Car count: 15
Heat race winners: Amanda Robinson, Mark Pettyjohn
Editor's note: Updates with $4,949 payday, up from original $3,949.