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Daily Dirt 11/28/2022 06:45:46

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May 29
Bradford Speedway,
Rew, PA
Sanction: RUSH Crate Late Model Series - $3,000
Information provided by: Series and track reports (last updated May 30, 2:47 pm)
Late-race pass lifts Waters to $3,000 RUSH victory
  1. John Waters
  2. Brady Wonderling
  3. Logan Roberson
  4. Joe Martin
  5. Jeremy Wonderling
  6. Matt Latta
  7. Andy Michael
  8. Mike Wonderling Jr.
  9. Breyton Santee
  10. Ward Schell
  11. Austin Allen
  12. Brian Knowles
  13. Brandt Graham
  14. Dustin Waters
  15. David Parker
  16. Cody Dawson
  17. Jeff Hoffman
  18. Steve LeBarron
  19. Jason Knowles
  20. Scott Gurdak
  21. Ashton Briggs
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John Waters in Bradford's victory lane
What won the race: Overtaking Logan Roberson of Waynesboro, Va., in the closing laps, former tour champ John Waters of Whitesville, N.Y., led the final three circuits Sunday night at Bradford Speedway to pick up a $3,000 RUSH Crate Late Model Series victory. It was his first win of 2022 on the tour.
Quotable: "Logan was pretty good and I think we were pretty equal. I was getting good restarts there at the end and figured out how to get it done," Waters said. "Man that was exciting! After the dash I knew we had a good car. It was a quick turnaround and I couldn't have done it without my crew. I had some fender problems and those guys worked their butts off to get me out there."
Key notes: Waters took the checkered flag 1.131 seconds ahead of Brady Wonderling of Wellsville, N.Y. ... Roberson paced the first 27 circuits of the 30-lap feature but settled for a third-place finish. ... Thirteen drivers completed the entire distance. ... Clayton Tarabori won the 10-lap non-qualifiers race. ... Chad Homan won Saturday’s tour stop at New York’s Genesee Speedway; Friday's scheduled weekend opener at Outlaw Speedway in Dundee, N.Y., was rained out.
On the move: Jeremy Wonderling of Wellsville, N.Y., started 12th and finished fifth.
Winner's sponsors: Waters drives a Black Diamond Chasssis with sponsorship from Troupscreek Heating & Auto Parts, Atkins Appraisal, Stan’s Transmission, Little Power Shop, Chub Frank Racing, Velocita and Stirling Lubricants.
Points chase: Before weekend: 1. Logan Roberson (484); 2. Joe Martin (459); 3. Brady Wonderling (445); 4. Jeremy Wonderling (432); 5. Breyton Santee (420).
Current weather: Clear, 64°F
Car count: 31
Fast qualifier: Logan Roberson
Time: 15.080 seconds
Polesitter: Logan Roberson
Dash winner: Logan Roberson
Heat race winners: John Waters, Dustin Waters, David Parker, Matt Latta
Consolation race winners: Breyton Santee, Brian Knowles
Provisional starters: Ashton Briggs
Next series race: June 23, Lernerville Speedway (Sarver, PA) $20,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Roberson, B. Wonderling
Row 2: D. Waters, J. Knowles
Row 3: Parker, Martin
Row 4: J. Waters, Latta
Row 5: Michael, Gurdak
Row 6: Dawson, J. Wonderling
Row 7: Wonderling Jr., Graham
Row 8: Schell, Allen
Row 9: Santee, B. Knowles
Row 10: Hoffman, LeBarron
Row 11: Briggs

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