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Daily Dirt 12/03/2020 02:19:13

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June 29
Tyler County Speedway,
Middlebourne, WV
Sanction: Zimmer's United Late Model Series - $7,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated June 30, 7:33 am)
Benedum captures $7,000 at Tyler County
  1. Mike Benedum
  2. Jared Miley
  3. Corey Conley
  4. Tyler Carpenter
  5. Max Blair
  6. Matt Cosner
  7. Ryan Montgomery
  8. Mike Maresca
  9. Henry Hornsby III
  10. Michael Lake
  11. Mike Wonderling Jr.
  12. Tyler Stutler
  13. Derek Doll
  14. Kyle Thomas
  15. Russell Erwin
  16. Travis Brown
  17. Chuck Kimble
  18. Steve Casebolt
  19. Brandon Francis
  20. Steve Weigle
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Mike Benedum and his supporters in victory lane.
What won the race: Polesitter Mike Benedum of Salem, W.Va., held off a charging Jared Miley to earn a $7,000 victory in Friday night's 50-lap Zimmer's United Late Model Series feature at Tyler County Speedway. Benedum led the race from flag-to-flag but had to survive Miley's late challenges in lapped traffic to preserve his first-ever ULMS triumph.
Quotable: “I think we may I went with a little (softer) tire and them long green flag runs … I knew that someone was back there ‘cause I could hear ‘em,” said Benedum. “I got a little bit tangled up behind some of them lapped cars there and I accidentally got into one of ‘em. I didn’t mean to do that. The right rear tire started going away on me. So I had to really be easy with it.”
Key notes: Half of the 20 starters finished on the lead lap. ... Tyler County’s fourth annual Mega 100 weekend features three nights of action, including a pair of ULMS races. Saturday’s A-main for the tour pays $2,000. … The United Late Model Series made just its second-ever visit to Tyler County.
On the move: Pittsburgh, Pa.'s Miley started 14th and finished second.
Winner's sponsors: Benedum's Sweet-Bloomquist Race Car is sponsored by BSI Well Service, Appalachian Minerals, Black Rock Enterprises, Reliable Oil & Gas Transport, Sweet Mfg., Penske Racing Shocks and J&J Farms.
Points chase: Max Blair (242) of Centerville, Pa., entered the event leading Michael Maresca (235), Doug Eck (214), Michael Wonderling (151) and Greg Oakes (120).
Car count: 28
Fast qualifier: Derek Doll
Time: 13.007 seconds
Heat race winners: Derek Doll, Mike Benedum, Kyle Thomas
Consolation race winners: Brandon Francis
Editor's note: Correct's lead-lap finishers to 10 sted three.
 
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