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Daily Dirt 11/28/2022 06:02:22

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May 14
Stateline Speedway,
Busti, NY
Sanction: RUSH Crate Late Model Series (Bill Law Memorial) - $3,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated May 15, 5:13 pm)
Martin captures Stateline's Bill Law Memorial
Bill Law Memorial
  1. Joe Martin
  2. Jason Genco
  3. Chub Frank
  4. John Waters
  5. Randy Hall
  6. Jeremy Wonderling
  7. Josh Ferry
  8. David Parker
  9. Breyton Santee
  10. Logan Roberson
  11. Brady Wonderling
  12. Andy Michael
  13. Matt Latta
  14. Scott Gurdak
  15. Matt Sipes
  16. Khole Wanzer
  17. Ashton Briggs
  18. Brandt Graham
  19. Jonathan Stockdale
  20. Jim Rasey
  21. William Pinckney
  22. Brian Larson
  23. Ward Schell
  24. Dennis Lunger Jr.
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Joe Martin picked up the check at Stateline's Bill Law Memorial.
What won the race: After enduring a lengthy weather delay and ensuing track prep, polesitter Joe Martin of Mayport, Pa., won Saturday's Bill Law Memorial feature at Stateline Speedway, topping the RUSH Crate Late Model Series field for $3,000.
Quotable: "I was back there eating hot dogs. I could not believe when I walked up to the track, how these guys had it prepped," Martin said. "I knew we weren't very far, but I knew we had changes to make. We were scrambling back there, but I'd say we made the right changes. The adjustment we made and the driver showed up tonight, I caused us a lot of work last night, and just getting out front and getting comfortable, getting driver confidence."
Key notes: Jason Genco of Jamestown, N.Y., and Chub Frank of Bear Lake, Pa., completed the podium, finishing second and third. ... After earning fast qualifier honors and winning the first heat race, John Waters of Whitesville, N.Y., finished fourth. ... Defending event winner Jeremy Wonderling of Wellsville, N.Y., finished sixth. ... Reigning Stateline Crate Late Model champion Scott Gurdak of Bear Lake, Pa., started 23rd and advanced nine positions to finish 14th. ... The race honors the region's first Crate Late Model car owner, who died in 2012 and serves as Stateline Speedway's season opener after last weekend's race was rained out.
On the move: Logan Roberson of Waynesboro, Va., started 15th and finished 10th.
Winner's sponsors: Martin’s Rocket Chassis is sponsored by T&D Performance 24-Hour Towing, Berkshire Hathaway, Tuff Nuts and Weather Capital Sales.
Points chase: Before Stateline: 1. Logan Roberson (298); 2. Trevor Collins (276); 3. Brady Wonderling (272); T4. Amanda Robinson (263); T4. Joe Martin (263).
Current weather: Broken Clouds, 68°F
Car count: 34
Fast qualifier: John Waters
Time: 16.717 seconds
Polesitter: Joe Martin
Dash winner: Joe Martin
Heat race winners: John Waters, Jeremy Wonderling, Randy Hall, Jason Genco
Consolation race winners: William Pinckney, Jim Rasey
Next series race: May 15, Eriez Speedway (Hammett, PA) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Martin, Genco
Row 2: Frank, Hall
Row 3: Waters, Parker
Row 4: J. Wonderling, Lunger Jr.
Row 5: Briggs, Ferry
Row 6: B. Wonderling, Graham
Row 7: Santee, Schell
Row 8: Roberson, Wanzer
Row 9: Latta, Sipes
Row 10: Michael, Stockdale
Row 11: Pinckney, Rasey
Row 12: Gurdak, Larson

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