Delaware International Speedway,
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Camp Barnes Benefit Race) - $3,000
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated June 21, 1:17 pm)
Mark Pettyjohn claims DIS's Camp Barnes race
Camp Barnes Benefit Race
- Mark Pettyjohn
- Donald Lingo Jr.
- Dale Hollidge
- Kerry King Sr.
- Andrew Mullins
- Amanda Whaley
- Bob Geiger
- Kellie Lewis
- Kevin Scott Jr.
- Ricky Elliott
- Nick Davis
- Dylan Evans
- Austin Hubbard
- Danny Snyder
- Ross Robinson
What won the race: Mark Pettyjohn of Milton, Del., remained hot at Delaware International Speedway with a victory in Tuesday night's 25-lap Camp Barnes Benefit Race. He started from the pole position and led the entire distance to pocket $3,625, including lap money.
Key notes: Pettyjohn was also victorious at DIS on June 10 and finished second in the track's June 3 feature. ... Donald Lingo Jr. outdueled Dale Hollidge to finish second. ... Ricky Elliott blew a right-rear and hit the homestretch wall with two laps to go. ... Herb Tunis flipped wildly in his heat but wasn't injured. ... Joe Warren recorded his third DIS win of the season in the evening's 15-lap RUSH Crate Late Model feature, defeating Matt Hill and Austin Hubbard, who pulled double-duty. ... The large crowd on hand greated the return of longtime promoter Charlie Cathell, who was recently hospitalized with burns suffered in a work accident at DIS, with a standing ovation when he brought his familiar road grader on the track at intermission. ... Proceeds from the 45th annual event was benefit the Delaware State Police-owned Camp Barnes, which kids 10-13 can attend free of charge.
Winner's sponsors: Pettyjohn’s Swartz by PJ1 car is powered by a Clements Racing Engine and carries sponsorship from Crosswinds Motel, Hoosier Racing Tires and Sunoco Race Fuels.
Points chase: Ross Robinson entered the night leading the track point standings over Pettyjohn. He retired from the feature on lap one after stopping because he was hit by something off the track and was momentarily stunned.
Current weather: Partly Cloudy, 80°F
Car count: 16
Heat race winners: Dale Hollidge, Mark Pettyjohn
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.