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June 13
Winchester Speedway,
Winchester, VA
Sanction: Pace Performance RUSH Racing Series (Crate Racin' USA Late Model Nationals) - $6,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated June 15, 7:34 am)
Brannon captures $6,000 RUSH victory
Crate Racin' USA Late Model Nationals
  1. Allen Brannon
  2. Rob Blair
  3. Jared Hawkins
  4. Jonathan DeHaven
  5. John Waters
  6. Brian Knowles
  7. Rob Marhefka
  8. Jason Knowles
  9. Darin Henderson
  10. Daryl Charlier
  11. Michael Lake
  12. Steve Lowery
  13. Jennae Piper
  14. Troy Shields
  15. Dustin Waters
  16. Jeff Pilkerton
  17. Reese Masiello
  18. Jamie Sutphin
  19. Scott Sweeney
  20. Matt Tarbox
  21. Tyler Bare
  22. Clinton Hersh
  23. Ben Bowie
  24. Max Blair
  25. Joe Martin
presented by
Jimmy Saffell Jr.
Allen Brannon picked up a $6,000 victory Saturday at Winchester.
What won the race: Making his Crate Late Model debut, seventh-starting Allen Brannon of Winchester, Va., overtook polesitter Jared Hawkins of Fairmont, W.Va., on the fourth lap and led the remaining distance for a $6,000 RUSH victory in Winchester's Crate Racin' USA Late Model Nationals.
Quotable: "It feels good to win at my home track in my first-ever Crate Late Model race. It's more down on power than what I'm used to, but I got the hang of it later on," Brannon said. "I'd like to dedicate this race to my dad, who passed away a month ago. He never missed a race, and I miss him a lot."
Key notes: Runner-up Rob Blair of Titusville, Pa., raced as a teammate to his son Max. ... Jeff Pilkerton spun in turn three on the opening lap. ... Max Blair fell from second to 14th early after nearly spinning in turn two; Blair retired on lap six after colliding with Darin Henderson when he tried to enter the infield pits. … Ben Bowie drew a lap-17 caution when he hit the turn-two wall. … A yellow flew for Clinton Hersch on lap 37 when he spun in front of the field. … Matt Tarbox spun with a flat tire on lap 39. ... John Imler was the winner of the $1,500 non-qualifiers' race.
On the move: Provisional starter Brian Knowles of Corning, N.Y., improved 19 positions for a sixth-place finish.
Winner's sponsors: Brannon's No. 30 Lazer Chassis is sponsorsed by Brannon Construction & Excavating, Marple Enterprises and Penske Racing Shocks.
Points chase: Max Blair of Centerville, Pa., tops the RUSH standings. This weekend's event offered only showup points.
Car count: 41
Fast qualifier: Jared Hawkins
Time: 15.700 seconds
Polesitter: Jared Hawkins
Heat race winners: Jared Hawkins, Max Blair
Consolation race winners: Matt Tarbox, Steve Lowery
Provisional starters: Brian Knowles
Next series race: June 21, Tri-City Raceway Park (Franklin, PA) $2,000
Editor's note: Fixes pass for lead to lap four sted lap 10.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Hawkins, M. Blair
Row 2: R. Blair, J. Waters
Row 3: Bowie, Lake
Row 4: Brannon, Hersh
Row 5: Henderson, Bare
Row 6: DeHaven, Marhefka
Row 7: Charlier, Shields
Row 8: D. Waters, Piper
Row 9: Sutphin, Pilkerton
Row 10: Sweeney, Masiello
Row 11: Tarbox, Lowery
Row 12: J. Knowles, Martin
Row 13: B. Knowles

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