Jeremy Wonderling scored a $2,000 RUSH victory at Outlaw.
What won the race: Overtaking polesitter John Waters of Whitesville, N.Y., on lap 12 of 30, third-starting Jeremy Wonderling of Wellsville, N.Y., held off a hard-charging Kyle Lukon of Burgettstown, Pa., to score his second straight RUSH Dirt Late Model Series victory at Outlaw Speedway. He earned a $2,000 payday.
Key notes: Wonderling’s first RUSH victory of the season came in the May 18 series event at Stateline Speedway. The home-state driver was also the winner of last year’s series stop at Outlaw. … Max Blair of Centerville, Pa., topped the series points standings heading into Friday’s event but was not in attendance at Outlaw. … Wayne Robertson and Chad Sines did not start the 30-lap feature. … The race honored the late announcer, track manager and series promoter for which it is named. ... The series made its lone stop at Outlaw on the 2019 season. … RUSH action continues Saturday with another $2,000-to-win event at Genesee Speedway.
On the move: Kyle Lukon of Burgettstown, Pa., started 12th and finished second.
Winner's sponsors: Wonderling's GRT Race Car is sponsored by Close Racing Supply, Terry Prince Contracting and Mesler Trucking.
Points chase: Entering the weekend, Max Blair of Centerville, Pa., had 466 points to lead Jeremy Wonderling (438) and Jason Genco (427).
Current weather: Clear, 62°F
Car count: 29
Fast qualifier: Braeden Dillinger
Time: 15.340 seconds
Dash winner: John Waters
Heat race winners: John Waters, Jeremy Wonderling, Michael Duritsky
Consolation race winners: Sam Pennacchio
Next series race: June 20, Lernerville Speedway (Sarver, PA) $10,000