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July 27
Delaware International Speedway,
Delmar, DE
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Battle of the Bay) - $3,000
Information provided by: Track and team reports (last updated July 31, 5:51 pm)
Hubbard collects $3,000 home-state payday
Battle of the Bay
  1. Austin Hubbard
  2. Nick Davis
  3. Dale Hollidge
  4. Ross Robinson
  5. Dylan Evans
  6. Kevin Scott Jr.
  7. Jason Dean
  8. Dale Murphy
  9. Bob Geiger
  10. Kellie Lewis
  11. Ricky Elliott
  12. Amanda Whaley
  13. Donald Lingo Jr.
  14. Kerry King Jr.
  15. Tyler Hurst
  16. Geoff Carey
  17. Mark Pettyjohn
  18. Rob Schirmer
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Larry Burnett/wrtspeedwerx.com
Austin Hubbard gets rolling in prelims at Delaware International Speedway.
What won the race: Austin Hubbard of Seaford, Del., led all 35 laps Thursday for a $3,000 Battle of the Bay victory over Nick Davis and Dale Hollidge, who rallied after a lap-16 flat tire. Hubbard had a five-second margin at the checkers.
Quotable: “I’m really having a great time this year with this race team,” Hubbard said. “We’re not racing ourselves to death, and we’re just racing when and where we want to. Getting wins close to home is just the icing on the cake. Delaware International Speedway is a special place for me, so to get back to victory lane with so many friends and family there with us means a lot.”
Key notes: Ten cars were running at the finish, seven on the lead lap. ... Ricky Elliott had the fastest lap of the race on lap 12 but retired after 16 laps. ... Amanda Whaley spun in turn four on lap 16 as third-finishing Dale Hollidge ducked into the pits to change a flat tire. ... Kerry King Jr. and Donald Lingo Jr. were eliminated by a lap-13 caution. ... DIS hosted the only Battle of the Bay race of the weekend after miniseries races at Potomac Speedway in Budds Creek, Md., and Winchester (Va.) Speedway were postponed by a poor weather forecast; the races will be rescheduled. ... The next scheduled round is set for Aug. 10-12. ... Matt Glanden won the DIS Crate Late Model feature over Joe Warren.
Winner's sponsors: Hubbard’s Rocket Chassis is powered by a Pro Power Racing Engine and sponsored by Mid Coastal Siding, Trinity Logistics, AMH Enterprises, R&J Poultry, Salisbury Door & Hardware and AMH Bulk Transport.
Points chase: Ross Robinson of Georgetown, Del., leads the track’s Super Late Model weekly points.
Car count: 18
Fast qualifier: Nick Davis
Time: 17.579 seconds
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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