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Daily Dirt 04/16/2024 08:10:23

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October 29
Georgetown Speedway,
Georgetown, DE
Sanction: Unsanctioned Supers (Mid-Atlantic Championship) - $7,000
Information provided by: Staff reports (last updated October 30, 3:44 am)
Eckert rolls to $7,000 from pole at Georgetown
Mid-Atlantic Championship
  1. Rick Eckert
  2. Amanda Robinson
  3. Michael Lake
  4. Ross Robinson
  5. Mark Pettyjohn
  6. Trevor Collins
  7. Donald Lingo Jr.
  8. Trever Feathers
  9. Bryan Bernheisel
  10. Gary Stuhler
  11. Danny Snyder
  12. Cory Lawler
  13. Rob Schirmer
  14. David Smith
  15. Jamie Lathroum
  16. Robert Paczkowski
  17. Nathan Long
  18. Todd Miller
  19. John Burton
presented by
Rick Neff
Rick Eckert hoists the checkered flag Saturday night at Georgetown.
What won the race: Rick Eckert of York, Pa., led all but two of 40 laps on his way to the $7,000 Mid-Atlantic Championship victory on Saturday at Georgetown (Del.) Speedway. Eckert, who started from the pole, topped hometown racer Amanda Robinson by 4.730 seconds.
Quotable: "Thursday, we had a car good enough to win. I just didn't do my job early in the night," Eckert said. "The car was way better tonight. We just made a couple little changes. The preferred line was that top, but I could really run that bottom if I needed to. I was just worried about hurting tires, so I just ran easy through the middle-top like everybody else did, then I'd move down and slide them on entry. I could get in the corner really well."
Key notes: The only laps Eckert failed to lead on Saturday were laps one and three, which were both led by outside polesitter Trevor Collins, who eventually finished sixth. ... Overall fast qualifier Mark Pettyjohn of Milton, Del., started third and finished fifth. ... After winning one of the two qualifiers on Friday, Amanda Robinson started sixth and finished second in Saturday's 40-lap feature. ... The Super Late Model event was part of the most lucrative three-day event in Delaware dirt-track racing history as a total purse of $182,715 was distributed throughout the busy weekend at the Georgetown half-mile. … Hometown driver Matt Hill was the victor of Friday's 20-lap, $1,000-to-win RUSH Late Model feature, while another hometown racer Ross Robinson won Thursday's $5,500 Camp Barnes Benefit for unsanctioned Super Late Models. ... Saturday's 40-lap Super Late Model featured lasted 22 minutes with nine of 19 cars finishing on the lead lap.
On the move: Michael Lake of Uniontown, Pa., started eighth and finished third.
Winner's sponsors: Eckert’s Rocket Chassis is powered by a Jay Dickens Racing Engine and sponsored by PPC Lubricants, Drydene, S.L. Shenberger Dump Truck Service, Firehouse Subs, Suburban Bowlerama, Allstar Performance, M&M Painting & Construction and All About Wraps.
Current weather: Clear, 48°F
Car count: 19
Fast qualifier: Mark Pettyjohn
Time: 17.494 seconds
Polesitter: Rick Eckert
Heat race winners: Mark Pettyjohn, Amanda Robinson
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Eckert, Collins
Row 2: Pettyjohn, R. Robinson
Row 3: Bernheisel, A. Robinson
Row 4: Lathroum, Lake
Row 5: Lawler, Lingo
Row 6: Schrimer, Stuhler
Row 7: Long, Snyder
Row 8: Feathers, Paczkowski
Row 9: Burton, Smith
Row 10: Miller

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