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Daily Dirt 05/25/2022 09:01:14

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May 16
Eriez Speedway,
Hammett, PA
Sanction: Pace Performance RUSH Racing Series - $2,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated May 17, 8:40 pm)
Hardy continues hot streak with RUSH victory
  1. Kyle Hardy
  2. Jeremy Wonderling
  3. Chub Frank
  4. Joe Martin
  5. Breyton Santee
  6. Andy Boozel
  7. Darrell Bossard
  8. Kyle Lukon
  9. Logan Zarin
  10. Mike Knight
  11. John Lacki
  12. J.J. Mazur
  13. Matt Latta
  14. Billy Henry
  15. Logan Jaquay
  16. David Pangrazio
  17. Bud Watson
  18. Jake Gunn
  19. Paul Norman
  20. Matt Sipes
  21. Josh Ferry
  22. Scott Gurdak
  23. Michael Duritsky
  24. Jimmy Johnson
  25. Ryan Frazee
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What won the race: Kyle Hardy of Stephens City, Va., picked up his fourth Pace Performance RUSH Series victory in five series events this season by leading all 30 laps Sunday at Eriez Speedway. He earned $2,000 in the Crate Late Model touring event by outrunning Jeremy Wonderling, the previous night’s tour winner at Stateline Speedway in Busti, N.Y.
Quotable: "I'm just glad it's over because Jeremy (Wonderling) was breathing down my neck," Hardy said. "I knew Jeremy was on my bumper. He showed me a nose through (turns) three and four; I caught my left front on the berm and gave it some gas to get it back in front of him. I know I gave him a little contact there; he's a hell of a racer, I have a lot of respect for him, and wouldn't expect him to do anything less."
Key notes: Hardy's four RUSH tour victories have come in four states: Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylvania. ... The 30-lapper ran caution-free and wrapped up in less than 10 minutes. ... Sixteen drivers completed 30 laps. ... Jason Genco won the non-qualifiers’ race.
On the move: Logan Jaquay of Russell, Pa., started 23rd and finished 15th.
Winner's sponsors: Hardy's Rocket Chassis is sponsored by Ingram Race Engines, Sommey Lacey Racing, American Paint Co., Cline Construction, Anthony's Pizza, Auto Glass Experts, Xceptional Wildlife and Cluster Communication.
Car count: 38
Fast qualifier: Jeremy Wonderling
Time: 16.824 seconds
Polesitter: Kyle Hardy
Dash winner: Kyle Hardy
Heat race winners: Jeremy Wonderling, Kyle Lukon, Joe Martin, Kyle Hardy
Consolation race winners: Matt Sipes, Jake Gunn
Next series race: May 28, Outlaw Speedway (Dundee, NY) $2,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Hardy, Martin
Row 2: J. Wonderling, Frank
Row 3: Boozel, Lukon
Row 4: Santee, Bossard
Row 5: Pangrazio, Zarin
Row 6: Gurdak, Lacki
Row 7: Knight, Henry
Row 8: Mazur, Latta
Row 9: Norman, Duritsky
Row 10: Ferry, Johnson
Row 11: Sipes, Frazee
Row 12: Jaquay, Gunn
Row 13: Watson

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