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October 16
Delaware International Speedway,
Delmar, DE
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Delaware State Dirt Track Championships) - $5,000
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated October 18, 9:49 am)
Elliott earns $8,065 at Delaware State Championship
Delaware State Dirt Track Championships
  1. Ricky Elliott
  2. Dylan Evans
  3. Mark Pettyjohn
  4. Austin Hubbard
  5. Bryan Bernheisel
  6. Jim Bernheisel
  7. Shaun Jones
  8. Donald Lingo Jr.
  9. Herb Tunis
  10. Joe Warren
  11. Kellie Lewis
  12. Kelly Putz
  13. Andrew Mullins
  14. Devin Friese
  15. Nick Davis
  16. Chuck Schutz
  17. Brandon Dennis
  18. Kenny Pettyjohn
  19. Rob Schirmer
  20. Bob Geiger
  21. Amanda Robinson
  22. Ross Robinson
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What won the race: Third-starting Ricky Elliott of Seaford, Del., led all 50 laps of the Delaware State Dirt Track Championships for an $8,065 payday at Delaware International Speedway. Elliott earned $7,000 in purse money, including a gambler's bonus, along with $1,015 in lap money and a $50 bonus from Carolyn "Blondie" Parsons for supporting breast cancer awareness.
Quotable: “We hit upon something at the end of the season and it worked on both of my cars,” Elliott said. “This is my favorite race of the season.”
Key notes: Donald Lingo Jr. lost the second spot late when he slowed to a stop on the backstretch on a restart. ... Austin Hubbard started on the pole and finished fourth. ... Amanda Whaley was running fifth early when she lost power on the frontstretch and collected Ross Robinson, taking them both out of the race. ... Last year's winner Rob Schirmer retired on the 12th lap. ... Kenny Pettyjohn was running third when he got into the wall and retired. ... Devin Friese had a flat tire with 11 laps remaining. ... Andrew Mullins gave up the third spot with a flat tire late. ... The event was sponsored by S.R. Pete & Sons.
Winner's sponsors: Elliott's No. 88 is sponsored by J&M Roofing and Builders, Kelley Condtracting and Brad Penn High Performance Oil.
Points chase: Entering the event, Donald Lingo Jr. of Millsboro, Del., led the Super Late Model standings at DIS with 1,765 points over Nick Davis (1,680) and Herb Tunis (1,669).
Car count: 24
Fast qualifier: Austin Hubbard
Polesitter: Austin Hubbard
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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