Sanction: Zimmer's United Late Model Series - $2,500
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated June 22, 10:04 am)
Wyatt Scott repels dad for first ULMS victory
- Wyatt Scott
- David Scott
- Greg Oakes
- Doug Eck
- Andy Boozel
- Brad Mesler
- Kyle Scott
- Steve Scaife Jr.
- Jason Dobson
- Nathan Hill
- Mike Wonderling Jr.
- Dylan Fenton
- Joe Layfield
- Garrett Mott
Wyatt Scott (X) battles Doug Eck (20) en route to victory at Bradford.
What won the race: Polesitter Wyatt Scott of Garland, Pa., outdueled fellow front-row starter Doug Eck, then held off a late charge from his father David Scott on Father's Day at Bradford Speedway for his first career Zimmer's United Late Model Series victory. The tour's leading rookie won by a nose to earn $2,500 at the quarter-mlie oval in front of a packed grandstand.
Key notes: Greg Oakes took the third spot from Doug Eck on the final lap. ... ULMS ran its second event of the coronavirus-delayed season. … Mike Pegher Jr. was a no-show after weekend engine problems. ... Reigning tour champion Max Blair has elected not to follow the series this season. ... Bradford was originally scheduled to follow a Saturday event at Woodhull (N.Y.) Raceway, but that was removed from the series schedule. ... Series director Chris Zuver announced that despite several cancellations, he hopes to maintain at least a 15-race series and will pay $5,000 to the points champion, paying back 10 places in the standings.
Winner's sponsors: Wyatt Scott's Rocket Chassis is sponsored by Tri-County Collision, Genesis Shocks and 421 Motorsports.
Points chase: After Bradford, Doug Eck of Corry, Pa., has 56 points to lead ULMS standings over leading tour rookie Wyatt Scott (54).
Current weather: Overcast, 68°F
Car count: 14
Fast qualifier: Doug Eck
Time: 14.986 seconds
Polesitter: Wyatt Scott
Heat race winners: Wyatt Scott, David Scott
Next series race: July 3, Freedom Motorsports Park (Delevan, NY) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.