Wayne County Speedway,
Sanction: Pace Performance RUSH Racing Series - $1,500
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated September 8, 5:37 am)
Blair collects $1,500, 30th victory of season
- Max Blair
- Eric Wilson
- Charlie Duncan
- Josh Double
- Justin Chance
- Jim Nicely
- Jason Knowles
- Paul Harriger
- Rick Mardis
- Brian Knowles
- Clinton Hersh
- Ryan Markham
- Cody Ballard
What won the race: Fifth-starting Max Blair of Centerville, Pa., raced to his eighth RUSH Dirt Late Model Series victory of the season, topping a 13-car field for $1,500 at Wayne County Speedway. Blair's third straight series victory marked his 30th overall victory on the 2015 season.
Quotable: "The track was definitely different than the first two times we were here," the 25-year-old winner said. "The first time I thought we had it won, but got snookered on a late race restart. Tonight we had plenty of them, but I was careful not to let that happen again. I didn't know if I should pick the top or bottom, but it worked out."
Key notes: Blair previously won at Wayne County on July 4 and has now claimed the tour's last three races dating back to July 26. ... The tour made its third and final appearance at Wayne County. ... Eight different drivers have RUSH weekly victories at Wayne County this season.
On the move: The winner started fifth; third-place finisher Charlie Duncan advanced from seventh.
Winner's sponsors: The winning Rocket Chassis is sponsored by C and J Dairy, D.L. Anderson, Genesis Racing Shocks, Hicktown Farms, Moody & Son Welding, Murphy's Logging, R&J Poultry, Specialty Products and VP Racing Fuels.
Points chase: Blair is in command on both RUSH's northern and southern tours, putting him in line for a $10,000 bonus. Four RUSH races remain following Sunday's event.
Car count: 13
Polesitter: Eric Wilson
Dash winner: Charlie Duncan
Heat race winners: Eric Wilson, Max Blair
Next series race: September 11, Sharon Speedway (Hartford, OH) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.