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June 20
Selinsgrove Speedway,
Selinsgrove, PA
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Late Model National Open) - $4,000
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated June 21, 4:41 pm)
Rine rules Late Model Open at Selinsgrove
Late Model National Open
  1. Jeff Rine
  2. Rick Eckert
  3. Gregg Satterlee
  4. Jason Covert
  5. Andy Haus
  6. Dylan Yoder
  7. Coleby Frye
  8. Bryan Bernheisel
  9. Jim Yoder
  10. Gene Knaub
  11. Brett Schadel
  12. Jim Bernheisel
  13. Dave Brouse Jr.
  14. Colton Flinner
  15. Tim Wilson
  16. Kenny Trevitz
  17. Dave Stamm
  18. Chad Julius
  19. Nathan Long
  20. Deshawn Gingerich
  21. Jason Miller
  22. Kyle Knapp
  23. Hayes Mattern
  24. Randy Christine Jr.
  25. Kirk Baker
presented by
Barry Lenhart
Jeff Rine shows off his big paycheck at Selinsgrove Speedway.
What won the race: Fending off a challenging Rick Eckert late, Jeff Rine of Danville, Pa., soared to a $4,000 victory in Saturday's 35-lap Late Model National Open at Selinsgrove Speedway. He took the checkers 0.527 seconds ahead of Eckert.
Key notes: Rine registered his sixth career win in Selinsgrove's National Open, which was originally scheduled to be a World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series event before the coronavirus pandemic shuffled schedules. ... It was the first victory of 2020 and the 110th of his career at Selinsgrove for Rine, a 12-time track champion. ... Eckert overtook Satterlee for second on lap 31 and drew close to Rine with two laps to go before jumping the cushion entering turn one, surrendering vital distance that he couldn't make up. ... Fast qualifier Hayes Mattern retired early on lap 22 of the feature along with Randy Christine. … The 22nd running of the Jeff’s Auto Body & Recycling Center Late Model National Open os part of the Slivinski Law Offices Super 7 Series. … Modern Heritage paid $100 for fast time and heat winners picked up $100 (courtesy Modern Heritage, Lyons Auto & Truck Center and other associates). … Andrew Yoder of Middleburg, Pa., pocketed $1,200 for winning the Limited Late Model feature.
Winner's sponsors: Rine’s Jeff Kurtz-owned Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Jay Dickens Racing Engine and carries sponsorship from Jeff’s Auto Body and Recycling Center, Eagle Towing & Recovery and Weikert’s Livestock.
Points chase: Rine extended his points lead with the triumph.
Current weather: Clear, 73°F
Car count: 29
Fast qualifier: Hayes Mattern
Time: 19.523 seconds
Heat race winners: Gregg Satterlee, Jeff Rine, Rick Eckert
Consolation race winners: Jim Yoder
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
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