- Jason Genco
- Brady Wonderling
- Beamer Guzzardi
- John Waters
- Kyle Murray
- Jason Knowles
- Doug Ricotta
- Jeremy Wonderling
- Adam Ferri
- Cory Lawler
- Jimmy Johnson
- Greg Mrzywka
- Carl Shetler
- Bill DuBois
- Alan Chapman
- Jon Rivers
- Bill Kessler
- T.J. Downs
- Wayne Robertson
- David Pangrazio
- J.J. Mazur
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Daily Dirt 02/29/2020 06:41:49
Sanction: RUSH Dirt Late Model Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated June 3, 10:48 am)
Genco scores first career RUSH victory
What won the race: Inheriting the lead following a wreck on lap 13 that eliminated three contenders, seventh-starting Jason Genco of Frewsburg, N.Y., held off Brad Wondering over the final 18 laps to win his first career RUSH tour victory. Genco pocketed $2,000 for his win at Genesee Speedway.
Quotable: "The car was good, but that's not how I wanted to win," said Grnco. "I hated to see that for (John) Waters and (Jeremy) Wonderling, but I think I had something for them. The car was excellent. I don't know if anyone remembers last year in the fall for the $3,000 (to-win race) I ran out of tires and Bryce (Davis) got me so I tried to learn from that. I was trying to ride in the middle of the race then that happened. Brady (Wondering) ran me clean and I appreciate that. I kept seeing him trying to dive in the bottom of turn one. I know how hard it is to pass so I figured if I just hit my marks then he wouldn't be able to get me.”
Key notes: John Waters took the lead ahead of polesitter Jeremy Wonderling at the start. … On a restart following a lap-12 caution second-running Jason Knowles got into the back of leader Waters, collecting Wonderling in the process. … Knowles was sent to the tail of the field, while Waters and Jeremy Wonderling went to the back after making stops. … Waters rallied back to finished fourth, while Knowles rallied back to finish sixth, his best finish of the season. … Genco joined Ross Robinson and Logan Roberson in becoming the season's third new first career RUSH tour winner. … Jeremy Wonderling set a new track record in qualifying with a lap of 17.160 seconds, breaking his own mark of 17.407 set last year. … After climbing the frontstretch wall and nearly getting upside down in his heat race, Canadian Adam Ferri went rallied from 22nd to ninth in the feature. … Brady Wonderling’s runner-up finish was a career-best with the RUSH tour.
On the move: Adam Ferri improved 13 positions after starting 22nd.
Winner's sponsors: Genco's No. 29 is sponsored by Sensible Sales and Leasing Chuck Carlson, SKF Racing, Burnett’s Flooring, Kier Services, Jamestown Heating and Air, Holiday Harbor , Geraci and Accountants, Horse Shoe Inn, Close Racing Supply, Jamestown Glass Service, Big D Welding, Twister Carbs, Sugar Grove Legion, Russ King Racing, Dimarco Vein Centers, 955 Automotive, All State Insurance, Phantom Graphics, LHC Modular Homes, Steven Swenko, TA Auto Sales and Service, Fairway Point Village, Townline Auto, Jamestown Electro Plating and the Upholstery Place.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Max Blair (382) of Centerville, Pa., led Jeremy Wonderling (354), Darrell Bossard (346), Charlie Sandercock (335) and John Waters (332).
Car count: 23
Fast qualifier: Jeremy Wonderling
Time: 17.160 seconds
Polesitter: Jeremy Wonderling
Dash winner: Jeremy Wonderling
Heat race winners: Jeremy Wonderling, J.J. Mazur, Kyle Murray
Next series race: June 10, Eriez Speedway (Hammett, PA) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.