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April 19
Georgetown Speedway,
Georgetown, DE
Sanction: Pace Performance RUSH Racing Series (Battle of the Bay) - $2,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated April 21, 6:24 am)
Robinson leads flag-to-flag for RUSH win
Battle of the Bay
  1. Ross Robinson
  2. Amanda Robinson
  3. Matt Hill
  4. Max Blair
  5. Logan Roberson
  6. Darrell Bossard
  7. Scott Gunn
  8. Charlie Sandercock
  9. Jeremy Wonderling
  10. Jason Genco
  11. Billy Thompson
  12. Damian Bidwell
  13. Garret Paugh
  14. Christian Schneider
  15. Cody Dawson
  16. Tyler Reed
  17. Jason Knowles
  18. Joey Warren
  19. Cory Lawler
  20. J.J. Mazur
  21. Trevor Collins
  22. Bruce Hordusky
  23. Brady Wonderling
  24. Austin Hubbard
  25. John Waters
presented by
Jim DenHamer
Ross Robinson picked up Thursday's Battle of the Bay victory at Georgetown.
What won the race: Outside front-row starter and hometown driver Ross Robinson led all 30 laps for a RUSH Dirt Late Model Series victory at Georgetown Speedway. Fourth-starting Amanda Whaley, the winner's girlfriend, finished second with his best friend Matt Hill third in a Delaware sweep.
Quotable: "If you don't wear your heart on your sleeve and put your heart into this, you might as well not do this," the emotional 27-year-old winner said. "I always catch flack that I'm a big baby. I've done this since I was 7 and there's nothing else I want to do so when we have success it means a lot. I've been trying to win one here at home for God knows how long. I go to dinner a lot with (promoter) Brett (Deyo) and always tell him I'm going to take his money, but he's made a liar out of me until now."
Key notes: Robinson finished 0.395 of a second ahead of Whaley. ... Twenty-one cars finished with 20 completing all 30 circuits. ... Austin Hubbard retired after a lap-12 spin that collected three competitors. Hubbard, who finished second Wednesday at Delaware International, was 24th. ... Matt Glanden won the non-qualifiers' race. ... The tour’s first visit to Georgetown’s half-mile oval was the second race of the four-race Battle of the Bay miniseries that continues Friday at Potomac Speedway in Budds Creek, Md. and concludes Saturday at Winchester (Va.) Speedway.
On the move: Jeremy Wonderling of Wellsville, N.Y., improved eight positions after starting 17th to earn the Precise Racing Products hard charger honors.
Winner's sponsors: Robinson drives a Capital Race Car sponsored by Classic Lawn Car, DMH Farms, Penske by JDS and Nash Transport.
Points chase: After two series events, Max Blair leads Ross Robinson and Amanda Whaley.
Car count: 40
Fast qualifier: Jason Knowles
Time: 19.956 seconds
Polesitter: J.J. Mazur
Dash winner: J.J. Mazur
Heat race winners: Jason Knowles, Ross Robinson, Max Blair, Amanda Robinson
Consolation race winners: Christian Schneider, Cody Dawson
Provisional starters: John Waters
Next series race: April 21, Winchester Speedway (Winchester, VA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial; Fixes Whaley as runner-up sted Knowles.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Mazur, Robinson
Row 2: Bossard, Whaley
Row 3: Warren, Hill
Row 4: Knowles, Blair
Row 5: Roberson, Hubbard
Row 6: Sandercock, Gunn
Row 7: Genco, Bidwell
Row 8: Thompson, B. Wonderling
Row 9: J. Wonderling, Hordusky Jr.
Row 10: Collins, Paugh
Row 11: Schneider, Dawson
Row 12: Lawler, Reed
Row 13: Waters

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