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Daily Dirt 12/07/2022 01:43:20

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September 24
Virginia Motor Speedway,
Jamaica, VA
Sanction: Fastrak Crates (Fastrak World Championship) - $50,000
Information provided by: Fastrak and track reports (last updated September 25, 8:37 pm)
Late charge lifts Bare at VMS, collects $50,000
Fastrak World Championship
  1. Tyler Bare
  2. Zack Dohm
  3. Logan Roberson
  4. Henry Hornsby III
  5. Austin Hubbard
  6. Russell Erwin
  7. Walker Arthur
  8. Michael Brown
  9. Trevor Collins
  10. Jeremy Steele
  11. Clay Harris
  12. Justin Williams
  13. Dale Hollidge
  14. Mark Whitener
  15. Mason Zeigler
  16. Jeff Smith
  17. Ray Love
  18. Corey Almond
  19. Philip Thompson
  20. Benji Hicks
  21. Matt Hildebrand
  22. Jeremy Pilkerton
  23. Brent Trimble
  24. Kyle Hardy
  25. Tyler Emory
  26. Dillon Brown
  27. David Whitener
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Tyler Bare celebrates at Virginia Motor Speedway.
What won the race: Powering underneath Zack Dohm on the backstretch with two laps remaining, fourth-starting Tyler Bare of Rockbridge Baths, Va., soared to the $50,000 victory in Saturday’s Fastrak World Championship at Virginia Motor Speedway. He finished 1.163 seconds ahead of 15th-starting Dohm.
Key notes: Second-starting Benji Hicks of Mount Airy, N.C., led early but got turned around on lap 15 while navigating through lapped traffic. ... Herny Hornsby III of Beckley, W.Va., pocketed $1,000 for winning the first 30-lap segment of the 60-lap feature. ... Mason Zeigler of Chalk Hill, Pa., started 27th and worked his way into the top-10 by the lap-30 pit stop but elected to change multiple tires, forcing him to tag the tail. He finished 15th.
On the move: Russell Erwin of Beaverdam, Va., stated 23rd and finished sixth.
Winner's sponsors: Bare's No. B8 is sponsored by May's Recycling, Myers-Holum, JTB Hauling & Excavating, Hoosier Racing Tire, Bill Weeks, Abshire's and DeSigns.
Points chase: Brent Trimble of Morgantown, W.Va., leads Fastrak’s weekly points over Kyle Lukon and Luke Hyre.
Current weather: Clear, 68°F
Car count: 54
Fast qualifier: Philip Thompson
Time: 18.532 seconds
Polesitter: Henry Hornsby III
Heat race winners: Henry Hornsby III, Tyler Emory, Logan Roberson, Benji Hicks, Tyler Bare, Kyle Hardy
Consolation race winners: Mark Whitener, Jeremy Steele
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
By Dave Seay
Virginia Motor Speedway

JAMAICA, Va. — In winning the season’s richest Crate Late Model event, Tyler Bare of Rockbridge Baths, Va., made a three-wide pass with two laps remaining Saturday at Virginia Motor Speedway to capture the $50,000 Fastrak World Championship presented by Dealer Group uSA.

Bare got inside leader Zack Dohm of Cross Lanes, W.Va., and a lapped car on lap 58 to take the lead heading to the white flag en route to his career-richest payday.

Dohm got by Bare on lap 44 to take second and then take the lead from leader Henry Hornsby III on lap 47. Bare followed Dohm into second, turning up the wick and chasing down Dohm late in the 60-lapper. They battled in lapped traffic three-wide on lap 53, with Dohm holding the top spot and then again on lap 58, with Bare finally going ahead.

"The money, this $50,000, will help our racing a whole bunch, but that right there (pointing to the B8 on his car) means more than the money to me,” said the third-generation driver, who followed the tire tracks of his grandfather Tommy and father Booper. “To honor my granddaddy like that really means a lot.”

Dohm finished second with Logan Roberson of Waynesboro, Va., in third. Hornsby, of Beckley, W.Va., was fourth with Delaware invader Austin Hubbard rounding out the top five.

Benji Hicks and Hornsby led the 27-car field to green with Hicks pulling away early. Kyle Hardy’s 360-degree spin in turns one and two didn’t require a caution, but Hicks got into the rear of a slower car on the 16th lap to spin in turn four, handing the lead to Hornsby.

On the lap-16 restart, third-running Tyler Emory spun to trigger a turn-two wreck.

On the restart, Hornsby pulled away and had control on the 30th lap to collect the Wayne Sawyer Sr. Memorial Victory Lap Halfway Leader Award, collecting $1,000 cash and a plaque.

After the 10-minute pit stop, Hornsby resuming leading with Bare, Justin Williams, Dohm and Hubbard in tow. On lap 37, Hubbard put a slide job on Williams in turn 4 to take third. On lap 45, Dohm got by Bare for second. Two laps later, Dohm overtook Hornsby on the outside for the lead.

On lap 48, Bare got by Hornsby for second and set out to catch Dohm. On lap 53, Dohm and Bare went three wide with a lapped car, with Dohm holding on to the lead. The two raced side by side until lap 58, when they went three-wide, this time with Bare coming out with the lead. Bare outran Dohm to the checkers.

Notes: Mason Zeigler of Chalk Hill, Pa., won the 25-lap non-qualifiers' race and passed on the $1,500 prize to start the main event. … He ran as high as ninth in the main event. … In a drawing that included all 54 competitors, Ronnie Martin Jr. won a GM 604 engine valued at $8,200.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Hornsby, Hicks
Row 2: Emory, Bare
Row 3: Roberson, Hardy
Row 4: Thompson, Hubbard
Row 5: Hollidge, Williams
Row 6: M. Brown, D. Brown
Row 7: Collins, Arthur
Row 8: Dohm, Smith
Row 9: D. Whitener, Hildebrand
Row 10: M. Whitener, Steele
Row 11: Love, Harris
Row 12: Erwin, Almond
Row 13: Pilkerton, Trimble
Row 14: Zeigler
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