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Daily Dirt 02/24/2020 16:22:40

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August 18
McKean County Raceway,
East Smethport, PA
Sanction: RUSH Dirt Late Model Series (McKean County Fair Race) - $1,500
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated August 19, 11:21 am)
Jeremy Wonderling grabs first RUSH tour victory
McKean County Fair Race
  1. Jeremy Wonderling
  2. Paul Grigsby
  3. Randy Hall
  4. Brady Wonderling
  5. John Waters
  6. Damian Bidwell
  7. Bryce Davis
  8. Jon Rivers
  9. John Haggerty
  10. R.J. Pistner
  11. Garrett Mott
  12. Jason Tingue
  13. Eric Wilson
  14. Mike Pegher Jr.
  15. Mike Laughard
  16. Jason Knowles
  17. Dave Lyon
  18. Steve Beatty
  19. Brad Mesler
  20. Josh Ayers
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What won the race: Third-starting Jeremy Wonderling of Wellsville, N.Y., captured his first Sweeney Chevrolet RUSH Series victory Thursday at McKean County Raceway. Wonderling earned $1,500.
Quotable: "The car worked good everywhere. I probably could have drove harder in (turns) one and two, but the track was a little slick down there. I didn't hear, see or feel anyone. I thought I was ahead of them by a little ways, and I had a little bit left to race with," Wonderling said. "I have to thank all of my sponsors and family. My brother Mike let me borrow his motor for over the half of the year."
Key notes: Wonderling and runner-up Paul Grigsby battled side-by-side early with Wonderling taking the lead for good on the fourth lap. ... Wonderling became the tour's eighth winner; he has five weekly RUSH victories in 2016. ... Mike Pegher Jr. worked his way into contention, but a lap-nine tangle with John Waters ended the race for Pegher, Jason Knowles and Mike Laughard. ... Eleven drivers finished on the lead lap. ... Mike Wonderling and Matt Ford didn't start the feature. ... The tour returns to McKean on Oct. 1.
On the move: Brady Wonderling of Scio, N.Y., started 10th and finished fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Wonderling's GRT Race Cars is sponsored by Absolute Powder Coating, Close Racing Supply, Baldwin's and Terry Prince Contracting.
Points chase: Bryce Davis of Hornell, N.Y., leaves McKean County with a six-point lead over John Waters.
Car count: 21
Polesitter: John Waters
Dash winner: Brady Wonderling
Heat race winners: Mike Pegher Jr., Paul Grigsby, Jason Knowles
Next series race: September 11, Tri-City Raceway Park (Franklin, PA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Waters, Grigsby
Row 2: J. Wonderling, Tingue
Row 3: Hall, J. Knowles
Row 4: Bidwell, Davis
Row 5: Pegher, B. Wonderling
Row 6: Wilson, Beatty
Row 7: Laughard, Mesler
Row 8: Haggerty, Pistner
Row 9: Mott, M. Wonderling
Row 10: Lyon, Rivers
Row 11: Ayers
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