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Daily Dirt 03/28/2023 02:54:07

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June 3
Freedom Motorsports Park,
Delevan, NY
Sanction: Pace Performance RUSH Racing Series (Ron Baker Memorial) - $1,500
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated June 5, 3:19 pm)
Boozel captures Freedom's Baker Memorial
Ron Baker Memorial
  1. Andy Boozel
  2. Andy Michael
  3. Jason Knowles
  4. Jeremy Wonderling
  5. Eric Wilson
  6. Brady Wonderling
  7. Charlie Duncan
  8. Bill Holmes
  9. Adam Sixt
  10. John Waters
  11. Jimmy Johnson
  12. Dave Lyon
  13. Damian Bidwell
  14. Joe Chamberlain
  15. Nick Snaycyzk
  16. Jason Tingue
  17. Brian Knowles
  18. R.J. Pistner
  19. Chad Silleman
  20. Bryce Davis
  21. Josh Ayers
  22. Tim Gillespie
  23. Jim Johnson
  24. J.J. Mazur
  25. Zach Wiech
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What won the race: Overcoming an early four-car race for the lead, Andy Boozel of Clymer, N.Y., led flag-to-flag, besting local favorite Andy Michael for his first RUSH Dirt Late Model Series victory of the season at Freedom Motorsports Park.
Quotable: "I thought we'd have a bunch of cautions, but it worked out good and the car was good," Boozel said. "Traffic was tough; it was hard to pick through those guys. Someone got up next to me once and I figured I better push it a little harder. I was just trying to hit the corners right and not push. It was still kind of choppy and if you didn't get in right, it'll push on you. It's fun to drive these cars, they run hard, and I like it."
Key notes: Boozel made his first-ever visit to Freedom Motorsports Park. ... In six events, the RUSH tour has had five different winners. ... The 25-lap feature ran caution-free. ... With the addition of bonuses, the winner's purse was boosted to $1,699. ... The RUSH tour made its third-ever appearance at the New York oval. ... RUSH competitors will travel to Tri-City Raceway Park on June 19 for a $2,000-to-win event.
On the move: Damien Bidwell of Eldred, Pa., improved from the 24th starting position to run 13th.
Winner's sponsors: Boozel's No. 12B is sponsored by Ripley Machine & Tool, Crotty Chevrolet, Neil's Propane, Lictus Keystone, Mike Roush Contracting, VanEvery Maple, Neil Transport, French Creek Tavern, Keystone, Phantom Signs and Z&M Ag & Turf.
Car count: 28
Heat race winners: Jason Knowles, Jeremy Wonderling, Charlie Duncan
Provisional starters: Bryce Davis
Next series race: June 19, Tri-City Raceway Park (Franklin, PA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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