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Daily Dirt 08/23/2019 23:46:28

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June 1
Genesee Speedway,
Batavia, NY
Sanction: RUSH Dirt Late Model Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated June 2, 11:01 am)
Wonderling tops Genco, weather at Genesee
  1. Jeremy Wonderling
  2. Jason Genco
  3. Braeden Dillinger
  4. Kurt Stebbins
  5. Kyle Lukon
  6. Paul Grigsby
  7. Dave DuBois
  8. Ryan Frazee
  9. Michael Duritsky
  10. J.J. Mazur
  11. Logan Zarin
  12. Kyle Murray
  13. Sam Pennacchio
  14. Doug Ricotta
  15. Bill DuBois
  16. Beamer Guzzardi
  17. Jon Rivers
  18. Bill Kessler
  19. Brian Knowles
  20. David Pangrazio
  21. Cory Sines
  22. Andy Michael
  23. Bill Holmes
  24. Chad Sines
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What won the race: Winning his unprecedented third straight series event, fourth-starting Jeremy Wondering of Wellsville, N.Y., slipped by Jason Genco for the lead on the second lap and led the final 28 circuits to capture Saturday's rain-hampered 30-lap Sweeney Cars RUSH Dirt Late Model Series feature at Genesee Speedway. He earned $2,000.
Quotable: "If you got too close to the wall on the outside it'd do strange things with the race car," said the 39-year-old Wonderling. "It was what it was with the rain, but the track turned out pretty good there during the feature. It started to widen out and had some slick spots. It got interesting with lapped traffic, but everything worked out."
Key notes: After sitting through a 2-and-a-half-hour-long rain delay that began when showers hit as the RUSH feature was in the staging area around 8 p.m., Wonderling secured his second win of the weekend; he won Friday at Outlaw Speedway in Dundee, N.Y. ... Wonderling survived two late scares in lapped traffic and a final-lap restart to record his seventh career victory on the RUSH tour. ... After sweeping both tour events held at the New York oval last season, Genco settled for a second-place finish, holding off Braeden Dillinger. ... Dillinger's third-place finish was a career-best tour finish for the first-time RUSH series follower. ... Fourteen drivers completed 30 laps. ... Third-starting David Pangrazio was an early retiree, dropping out on the third lap.
On the move: Dave DuBois of Corfu, N.Y., started 22nd and finished seventh.
Winner's sponsors: Wonderling's GRT Race Car is sponsored by Close Racing Supply, Terry Prince Contracting and Mesler Trucking.
Points chase: After Genesee, Jeremy Wonderling (638) leads Jason Genco (614) and Kyle Lukon (609).
Current weather: Clear, 60°F
Car count: 28
Fast qualifier: David Pangrazio
Time: 17.601 seconds
Polesitter: Jason Genco
Dash winner: Jason Genco
Heat race winners: David Pangrazio, Jeremy Wonderling, Jason Genco
Consolation race winners: Jon Rivers
Next series race: June 20, Lernerville Speedway (Sarver, PA) $10,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Genco, Dillinger
Row 2: Pangrazio, Wonderling
Row 3: Stebbins, Frazee
Row 4: Pennacchio, Riccota
Row 5: Holmes, Michael
Row 6: Grigsby, Lukon
Row 7: Zarin, Guzzardi
Row 8: Duritsky, Knowles
Row 9: Mazur, Murray
Row 10: Rivers, Stines
Row 11: B. Dubois, D. Dubois
Row 12: Kessler, Sines
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