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Daily Dirt 02/24/2020 22:08:03

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September 29
McKean County Raceway,
East Smethport, PA
Sanction: RUSH Dirt Late Model Series (Fall Invitational) - $1,500
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated September 30, 2:56 pm)
McKean-dominating Blair grabs third RUSH win
Fall Invitational
  1. Max Blair
  2. Mike Pegher Jr.
  3. John Waters
  4. Jason Genco
  5. Eric Wilson
  6. Sam Pennacchio
  7. Jeremy Wonderling
  8. Andy Michael
  9. Paul Grigsby
  10. Jimmy Johnson
  11. Damian Bidwell
  12. Brian Knowles
  13. Scott Gurdak
  14. Ward Schell
  15. Kyle Murray
  16. Paul Norman
  17. Steve LeBarron
  18. Darrell Bossard
  19. Andy Proper
  20. Adam Ferri
  21. C.J. Irons
  22. Brady Wonderling
  23. Jamie Freeman
  24. Khole Wanzer
  25. Scott Dellahoy
  26. Zach Weich
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What won the race: Polesitter Max Blair of Centerville, Pa., led all 25 laps for his third Sweeney Chevrolet RUSH Series victory of the season Saturday at McKean County Raceway's Fall Invitational. Blair earned $1,500 in his Crate Late Model while also sweeping the weekend's Super Late Model action.
Quotable: "It's been an awesome weekend," winner Max Blair said "We've been up here for years for this event and it's literally my favorite weekend of the entire year. I love this whole Fall Classic deal. I have to thank these guys for putting it on and all the fans for sticking it out — it's cold! You always look at the (score) board and I was wondering where Mike (Pegher) was. I seen he got into second there at the end and was just hoping for no more cautions because he's good at hitting those starts."
Key notes: Blair also clinched the $5,000 RUSH weekly title for the fourth time in six seasons. ... Blair's previous RUSH tour victories came at Delaware International Speedway in Delmar, Del. (the tour opener) and Eriez Speedway in Hammett, Pa. ... Blair's fellow front-row starter Jason Genco held the second spot in the first half of the race but slipped back to finish fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Blair’s Rocket Chassis is sponsored by Specialty Products, Murphy’s Logging, C&J Dairy, Previty’s Auto Wrecking, Upstate Auto Group, Sons of the American Legion Post 1460, Moody & Son Welding, Niemeyer’s Garage and Integra Racing Shocks.
Points chase: Entering the event, Jason Genco of Jamestown, N.Y. (1,116) leads Jeremy Wonderling (1,111), Brady Wonderling (1,074), Adam Ferri (997) and J.J. Mazur (957).
Car count: 38
Fast qualifier: Max Blair
Time: 15.847 seconds
Polesitter: Max Blair
Dash winner: Max Blair
Heat race winners: Max Blair, Mike Pegher Jr., Damian Bidwell, Jason Genco
Consolation race winners: Kyle Murray, Andy Michael
Next series race: October 5, Pittsburgh Pa. Motor Speedway (Imperial, PA) $4,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Blair, Genco
Row 2: Pennacchio, Pegher Jr.
Row 3: Waters, J. Wonderling
Row 4: Bidwell, Bossard
Row 5: Gurdak, LeBarron
Row 6: Proper, Wilson
Row 7: Johnson, Norman
Row 8: Wanzer, B. Wonderling
Row 9: Knowles, Irons
Row 10: Schell, Grigsby
Row 11: Murray, Michael
Row 12: Freeman, Wiech
Row 13: Ferri, Dellahoy

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