Sanction: Pace Performance RUSH Racing Series (Trumbull County Fair Race) - $1,500
Information provided by: Series and team reports (last updated July 12, 7:59 pm)
Wonderling rolls to Trumbull Co. Fair victory
Trumbull County Fair Race
- Brady Wonderling
- Eric Wilson
- Jeremy Wonderling
- Matt Latta
- Jason Genco
- John Waters
- Mike Maresca
- Adam Ferri
- Chad Sines
- Cory Sines
- Bill Kessler
- Cory Lawler
Brady Wonderling topped a 12-car field at Expo Speedway.
What won the race: Polesitter Brady Wonderling of Wellsville, N.Y., outran hometown driver Eric Wilson in Wednesday's 20-lap Trumbull County Fair Race on the RUSH Late Model Series at Expo Raceway. Wonderling's victory paid $1,500.
Quotable: "That was a great track to race on," the 42-year-old winner said. "I wasn't too concerned (about Wilson). I chose soft tires and kind of took it easy once I got the lead. I could have gassed it up if I had too. I have to thank Randy and Ryan Ralyea who own the car, and all my family and friends that pitch in to keep this car going."
Key notes: Wonderling claimed his second RUSH Late Model Series victory of the season with his previous on June 17 at Tri-City Raceway Park in Franklin, Pa. ... The top eight drivers each started and finished in the same position. ... The 172nd Trumbull County Fair event also included Crate Late Model and sportsman modified action sanctioned by the RUSH Sweeney Chevrolet organization. ... Expo hosted its lone series race.
On the move: Chad Sines of Orwell, Ohio, started 11th and finished ninth.
Winner's sponsors: Wonderling's Rocket Chassis is sponsored by KB Graphics and The Store.
Points chase: After Expo, Jeremy Wonderling of Wellsville, N.Y., has 735 points to lead Jason Genco (722) and Brady Wonderling (717).
Car count: 12
Polesitter: Brady Wonderling
Heat race winners: Matt Latta, Eric Wilson
Next series race: July 19, Genesee Speedway (Batavia, NY) $1,500
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.