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July 19
Genesee Speedway,
Batavia, NY
Sanction: RUSH Dirt Late Model Series (Genesee County Fair Race) - $1,500
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated July 21, 8:20 am)
Genco captures Genesee RUSH victory
Genesee County Fair Race
  1. Jason Genco
  2. John Waters
  3. David Pangrazio
  4. J.J. Mazur
  5. Jason Knowles
  6. Jeremy Wonderling
  7. Brady Wonderling
  8. Jon Rivers
  9. Kurt Stebbins
  10. Steve LeBarron
  11. Brian Knowles
  12. Beamer Guzzardi
  13. Bill Holmes
  14. Jimmy Johnson
  15. Rob Pietz
  16. T.J. Downs
  17. Cory Lawler
  18. Bill DuBois
  19. Bill Kessler
  20. Joe Long
  21. Chad Sines
  22. Adam Ferri
  23. Kyle Murray
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What won the race: Leading all 25 laps, polesitter Jason Genco of Jamestown, N.Y., outran sixth-starting John Waters for his second RUSH Dirt Late Model Series victory of the season at Genesee Speedway. He earned a $1,500 payday.
Quotable: "I didn't know where anyone was at so I never let up," 34-year-old winner Jason Genco said. "I just tried to keep my tires underneath me. I kept hitting that water when I had to go low down there and I almost slid up across the track twice. The car was fantastic and drove awesome. I was happy when the caution came out to get rid of the lapped cars. I'd rather have clean air so I can drive the thing and do what I have to do rather than sort out and keep ducking in and out of traffic."
Key notes: Genco was also the winner of the June 2 RUSH touring event at Genesee. … The lone caution appeared on lap 22 when Chad Sines slipped the track in turn four. ... Manufacturers Night presented by MSD Performance presented more than $14,000 in product giveaways to series drivers.
On the move: John Waters of Whitesville, N.Y., started sixth and finished second for Precise Racing Products Hard Charger honors.
Winner's sponsors: Genco's Jimmy Craig and Jason Badgley-owned 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: Before Genesee, Jeremy Wonderling of Wellsville, N.Y., topped the standings with 735 points over Jason Genco (722) and Brady Wonderling (717).
Car count: 28
Fast qualifier: Jason Genco
Time: 17.365 seconds
Polesitter: Jason Genco
Dash winner: Jason Genco
Heat race winners: J.J. Mazur, John Waters, Jason Knowles
Consolation race winners: Chad Sines
Next series race: July 28, Stateline Speedway (Busti, NY) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Genco, Pangrazio
Row 2: J. Knowles, Mazur
Row 3: B. Knowles, Waters
Row 4: Rivers, B. Wonderling
Row 5: J. Wonderling, Stebbins
Row 6: Guzzardi, Ferri
Row 7: LeBarron, Pietz
Row 8: Johnson, Murray
Row 9: Lawler, Holmes
Row 10: Sines, Dubois
Row 11: Downs, Kessler
Row 12: Long, Greene

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