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$10 FAN APPRECIATION NIGHT FRIDAY, MAY 14 AT GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY

Written by Chris Moore

GEORGETOWN, DE – Georgetown Speedway faithful, you are appreciated.

On Friday, May 14, management of Georgetown Speedway will say “thank you” to fans of the Sussex County half-mile oval with Fan Appreciation Night.

Grandstand admission will be rolled back to $10 for a complete program of Chesapeake Paving Modifieds, First State Chevrolet RUSH Late Models, Southern Delaware Vintage Stock Cars, Little Lincolns, Delaware Super Trucks and Delmarva Chargers.

“The Georgetown Speedway fans show up in droves almost every time we open the gates; sometimes even before the gates are open,” Georgetown promoter Brett Deyo explained.

“We just wanted to give the fans something back to show them how much they mean to us.”

Originally scheduled for May 7, the speedway moved Fan Appreciation Night back one week to Friday, May 14 to avoid a conflict for Modified competitors chasing points at both Georgetown and Big Diamond Speedway in Minersville, Pa.

Chesapeake Paving Modifieds race 25 laps for a $3,000 winner’s share, Race No. 2 in the Sunoco Race Fuels Championship Series. RUSH Late Models take part in a $1,000-to-win, 20-lap main event, their third Georgetown points-paying race of the season.

Southern Delaware Vintage Stock Cars, Little Lincolns, Delaware Super Trucks and Delmarva Chargers will all compete in 12-lap features.

For the May 14 event, pit gates open at 4 p.m. Grandstand gates are unlocked at 5 p.m. Hot laps begin at 6:20 p.m. and racing gets underway at 7:15 p.m.

Adult admission is $10. Students (ages 13-17) and Seniors (ages 65 and up) pay $8. Kids (ages 9-12) pay $5 and Children 8 and under are FREE.

Pit admission is $35 for those ages 13 and up. Kids (ages 6-12) pay $10 and Children 5 and under pay $2.

Georgetown Speedway, originally constructed by Melvin L. Joseph in 1949, is located at the intersection of Route 113 and Speedway Road in Georgetown, Del., just miles from the Delaware beaches and less than a 40-minute drive from Ocean City, Md.

A website is live for the speedway at www.thegeorgetownspeedway.com. Like Georgetown Speedway on Facebook, follow @thegtownspdwy on Twitter, e-mail georgetownspeedway@gmail.com or contact the speedway hotline at 302.563.GTWN (4896).

ROBINSON AND HARDY TOP THURS. NIGHT BATTLE OF THE BAY AT GEORGETOWN

GEORGETOWN, DE – With Late Models taking center stage Thursday at Georgetown Speedway, Ross Robinson (Super Late Model) and Kyle Hardy (Pace Performance RUSH Late Model Series) shared the spotlight.

Robinson, a Georgetown native, picked up an emotional victory in the Stockley Materials-presented Mark ‘Coot’ Williams Memorial for the Super Late Models, leading all 26 laps in memory of the popular Delmarva competitor who passed away in Oct. 2018.

Robinson earned $3,026 from the purse, $676 in lap money from Atlantic Prime Mortgage and $150 as the Collins Landscaping Halfway Leader.

Hardy, meanwhile, was the best of a 48-car RUSH Late Model field, topping the Battle of the Bay 30-lap main for a $3,000 payday after a back-and-forth tussle mid-race with Max Blair.

Robinson started the 26-lap Super Late Model main from the outside pole. He completed a cross-over pass of Max Blair in the first turn and took a lead he would never relinquish.

Hardy arrived in second position and saw his opportunity to challenge for victory on a lap-19, double-file restart.

Robinson, however, fired off the outside lane and paced the remaining seven circuits to collect the $3,852 top prize.

“’Coot’ was family,” Robinson told announcer Jeff Ahlum during the post-race interview. “I really wanted to win this one for him. It’s nice to win right here at home.”

Robinson credited his early season traveling, including a month in Florida during Speedweeks, for his success.

“I have to thank everyone who allows me to do this,” Robinson said. “They stayed behind me and didn’t let me get down on the bad nights. When you are in a position like I was in Florida with the best drivers in the country, it’s ‘sink or swim’ and you have to make it happen.”

Virginian Hardy settled for a second-place effort. Blair, who lost ground early after slipping wide in turn three, placed third, ahead of Jason Covert of York Haven, Pa., and Logan Zarin of Moon Township, Pa.  The $250 Adkins Law Firm Hard Charger Award was claimed by Zarin.

$50 Adkins Law Firm heat winners were Blair and Hardy.

Max Blair received $100 from Adkins Law Firm as the fast timer with a lap of 17.571 seconds.

After his runner-up finish in the Super Late Model event, Linden, Va.’s Hardy did one better in the RUSH Late Model 30-lap nightcap. Hardy’s triumph did not come without a challenge.

Hardy led the event from the outset, but a hard-charging Max Blair emerged as a victory contender around the race’s mid-point. As Hardy’s pace slowed in lapped traffic, Blair pounced, sweeping to the lead on lap 19.

Moments after taking the top spot, the right-front corner of the nose piece on Blair’s No. 111 dug into the track and bent downward. Blair’s pace slowed and Hardy regained command on the 20th tour of the half-mile track.

Hardy powered away from the ailing Blair but had to survive one final scare when a caution set up a double-file restart on lap 29.

Hardy held on to win over Titusville, Pa.’ s Blair, who nursed his No. 111 home second. Kyle Lukon of Burgettstown, Pa., emerged in third after a final-lap scramble entering turn three. Donald Lingo Jr. of Millsboro, Del., and defending track champion Trevor Collins of Seaford, Del.

Heat winners for the 48 RUSH Late Models were Robinson, Blair, Hardy, John Waters, Lingo and Devin Brannon. The B-Mains were taken by Darrell Bossard, Derek Magee and Brandon Sturgis.

John Waters won the 6-lap DASH and the 8-lap Non-Qualifiers’ event to conclude the evening went to Cody Dawson.

Jamie Eicholz won a down-to-the-wire 12-lap Southern Delaware Vintage Modified main event and received a $120 cash bonus courtesy of Key Advisors Group. Kerry King, Harold Sylvester, C.J. Schirmer and John Burton trailed.

Robert Blann blasted through traffic to annex the 12-lap Southern Delaware Vintage Sportsman main. Blann received $120 extra from Residential Mortgage Service. Terry Chaney, L.J. Walbert, Dave Schamp and Glen Lyons finished second through fifth, respectively.

Shane Clogg won a $500 cash prize in the 12-lap Delaware Super Truck headliner thanks to Benson Concrete. Nate Benson, Ryan Efford, Dick Beauchamp and Danny Cropper trailed.

Joe Waters dominated the Delmarva Charger 12-lap event and received $500 thanks to Benson Concrete. Kevin Taylor, Ashley Merritt, Chris Carroll and Jay Lowman filled out the front five.

LATE MODEL LINES: The Thursday program attracted 104 race cars to the Sussex County facility including the 48-car RUSH Late Model field from six different states despite the Canadian border remaining closed….

The event drew a solid crowd to the Georgetown stands despite morning rain and a cool, blustery race night. The event was also broadcast live nationally by FloRacing….

Mark Williams Jr. worked tirelessly to raise additional cash for the event in memory of his father and ended up with $2,700 spread over the Super Late Models, Southern Delaware Vintage Stock Cars, Delaware Super Trucks and Delmarva Chargers. Williams addressed the crowd prior to the National Anthem….

The next event at Georgetown Speedway is scheduled for Friday, May 14 featuring $10 grandstand admission for ‘Fan Appreciation Night’ with Chesapeake Paving Modifieds, First State Chevrolet RUSH Late Models, Southern Delaware Vintage Stock Cars, Little Lincolns, Delaware Super Trucks and Delmarva Chargers on the card.

Georgetown Speedway, originally constructed by Melvin L. Joseph in 1949, is located at the intersection of Route 113 and Speedway Road in Georgetown, Del., just miles from the Delaware beaches and less than a 40-minute drive from Ocean City, Md.

A website is live for the speedway at www.thegeorgetownspeedway.com. Like Georgetown Speedway on Facebook, follow @thegtownspdwy on Twitter, e-mail georgetownspeedway@gmail.com or contact the speedway hotline at 302.563.GTWN (4896).


MARK WILLIAMS MEMORIAL – BATTLE OF THE BAY RESULTS SUMMARY – GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY APRIL 15, 2021

Mark Williams Memorial Super Late Model Feature Finish (26 laps): ROSS ROBINSON, Kyle Hardy, Max Blair, Jason Covert, Logan Zarin, Amanda Robinson, David Dill, Rob Schirmer, Donald Lingo Jr., Danny Snyder, David Smith.

Atlantic Prime Mortgage Lap Money ($676 total): Ross Robinson ($676)

Ad-Art Sign Company Awards ($125 each): Kyle Hardy (second) & Amanda Robinson (sixth)
Adkins Law Firm Fast Time Award ($100): Max Blair (17.571 seconds)
Adkins Law Firm Heat Winners ($50 each): Max Blair & Kyle Hardy
Adkins Law Firm Hard Charger Award ($250): 
Logan Zarin(10th to fifth)
Collins Landscaping Halfway Leader Award ($150): Ross Robinson
L&L Geothermal Hard Luck Award ($150): 
Amanda Robinson
Pella Windows & Doors of Lewes Pole Position ($100): 
Max Blair 

Pace Performance RUSH Late Model Series Battle of the Bay Feature Finish (30 laps): KYLE HARDY, Max Blair, Kyle Lukon, Donald Lingo Jr., Trevor Collins, Logan Roberson, Austin Hubbard, Levi Crowl, Matt Glanden, Walker Arthur, Joe Martin, Derek Magee, Devin Brannon, Amanda Robinson, Nick Davis, Michael Duritsky, Jr., Joe Warren, Darrell Bossard, Brandon Sturgis, Jeremy Wonderling, Logan Zarin, Ben Scott, Ross Robinson, Cory Sines, John Waters.

Pace Performance RUSH Late Model Series Battle of the Bay Non-Qualifiers’ Race Feature Finish (8 laps): CODY DAWSON, Chuck Bowie, Robert Smith, Timmy Booth.

Did Not Qualify/Start: Cody Dawson, Chuck Bowie, Robert Smith, Timmy Booth, Jason Genco, Bud Watson, David Smith, Ed Pope, Jerry Barker, Al Shawver Jr., Jeremy Pilkerton, Joe Pete, J.J. Mazur, Andy Michael, Kyle Murray, Ryan Frazee, Geoff Carey, Sparky White, Dana Walker, Matt Hill, Josh Ferry, Billy Henry, David Dill Jr.

RUSH Late Model Dash (6 laps): JOHN WATERS, Donald Lingo Jr., Kyle Hardy, Ross Robinson, Max Blair, Devin Brannon.

Southern Delaware Vintage Modified Feature Finish (12 laps): JAMIE EICHHOLZ, Kerry King, Harold Sylvester, C.J. Schirmer, John Burton, Dave Parsons, Roscoe Clough, Thomas Hughes, Robert Paczkowski, Brayden Ritter, Josh Smith, D.J. Cameron.

Key Advisors Group Winner’s Bonus ($120): Jamie Eichholz
Liz Kapp of Long & Foster Bonuses ($26 each): 
Kerry King (second) & Dave Parsons (sixth)

Southern Delaware Vintage Sportsman Feature Finish (12 laps): ROBERT BLANN, Terry Chaney, L.J. Walbert, Dave Schamp, Glen Lyons, Chris Killen, David Tucker II, Todd Miller, Maddy Jefferson, Pete Morris.

Residential Mortgage Services Winner’s Bonus ($120): 
Robert Blann
Justice Sealcoating & Excavating Bonuses ($26 each): 
Terry Chaney (second) & Chris Killen (sixth)

Delaware Super Truck Feature Finish (12 laps): SHANE CLOGG, Nate Benson, Ryan Efford, Dick Beauchamp, Danny Cropper, Michelle Jackson, Zack Phillips, Scott Trice, Thomas Jackson, Brian Jones, Mark Townsend, Mattie Long.

Benson Concrete Winner’s Bonus ($300): Shane Clogg

Delmarva Charger Feature Finish (12 laps): JOE WATERS, Kevin Taylor, Ashley Merritt, Chris Carroll, Jay Lowman, John Chandler, Jonathan Pitcher, Wyatt Cummings, Sean Martinez, Randy Merritt, Tyler Hottle.

Benson Concrete Winner’s Bonus ($300): Joe Waters

SHEPPARD ROARS FROM 19TH TO MELVIN L. JOSEPH MEMORIAL VICTORY

Written by Chris Moore

GEORGETOWN, DE – For the sixth consecutive season, late Delaware businessman and auto racing icon Melvin L. Joseph was honored at Georgetown Speedway with the running of the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial.

And the race lived up to the hype.

From the 19th starting position, Matt Sheppard of Savannah, N.Y., earned his first Melvin L. Joseph Memorial victory and the accompanying $10,049-plus payday in the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco Velocita-USA South Region presented by Design for Vision and Sunglass Central opener.

With the victory – his second at Georgetown with the series – Sheppard also kicked off his 2021 STSS South Region title bid in grand fashion.

‘Super Matt’ wheeled his Hurlock Auto Speed Supply No. 9s from the 19th starting position into second position. On a lap-28 restart, Sheppard used the outside line to drive around rival Stewart Friesen for a lead he would never relinquish.

A massive crowd attended the Saturday portion of the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial with 54 STSS Modifieds and 75 STSS Crate 602 Sportsman taking part in the lid-lifter among 164 total race cars on hand.

A pair of Empire State racers – Stewart Friesen and J.R. Heffner – led the field to Joe Kriss’ green flag for the 49-lap main event. After an early tangle in turn two when Heffner’s No. 74 spun in turn two, Mike Mahaney joined Friesen on the front row looking to avenge his Friday night near-miss.

Friesen appeared to be the class of the field, driving away from Mahaney until he reached the tail end of the field.

Mahaney quickly reeled back in Friesen’s Halmar International No. 44 but a yellow halted Mahaney’s charge and reset the field on lap 17.

While the Friesen/Mahaney battle was happening out front, Sheppard was becoming a factor. Sheppard had climbed from his 10th-row starting berth into the sixth position. Sheppard was utilizing the outside lane of the progressively banked half-mile oval to surge forward.

Sheppard capitalized on the 17th-lap restart to drive from sixth to third before quickly disposing of Mahaney for second and setting his sights on Friesen.

Sheppard chased Friesen until the 28th circuit, which proved to be the deciding factor in the race. Sheppard powered around the outside of Friesen and led the remainder of the distance, negotiating lapped traffic flawlessly.

Friesen, of Sprakers, N.Y., settled for a runner-up payday, with Mahaney of Kings Ferry, N.Y., capping a stellar weekend in the First State with another podium finish in third with the Adirondack Automotive No. 35 team.

Tyler Dippel of Wallkill, N.Y., drove the No. 1 Teo-Pro Car to a steady fourth-place effort and Anthony Perrego of Middletown, N.Y., completed the front-five in Brian Smith’s Superior Remodeling No. 44.

Potsdam, N.Y., driver Michael Maresca’s first STSS South Region start in the Gary Simpson-owned No. 12k brought a sixth-place finish to the team. H.J. Bunting of Milford, Del., grabbed a seventh-place finish to represent the First State in the Blades HVAC No. 65 after starting 21st via a consolation victory.

Ringoes, N.J., native Ryan Godown finished eighth, ahead of fellow Garden State racers Brandon Grosso, who placed ninth. After pitting for a flat right-rear tire, Erick Rudolph of Ransomville, N.Y., recovered for a 10th-place finish.

Ad-Art Sign Company $50 heat winners were Friesen, Matt Stangle, Mahaney, Heffner and Cale Ross. Bunting and Duane Howard topped the consolations.

A-Jay Potrzebowski Jr. made the long tow from Horseheads, N.Y., for his first career Georgetown start. Potrzebowski drew the pole starting position and led all 25 laps for his first career series win in the STSS Belmont’s Garage South Region Crate 602 Sportsman Season Opener.

The win granted Potrzebowski a $1,549 payday for his efforts in the 25-lap main event. The race saw one yellow throughout, allowing lap traffic to become a factor. Potrzebowski was up to every challenge, holding on to grab the Sunoco checkered flags.

2018 STSS South Region Crate 602 Sportsman champion Corey Cormier of Otisville, N.Y., grabbed a runner-up position. Payton Talbot of South New Berlin, N.Y., rounded out the podium finishers. Georgetown Speedway defending champion Joe Toth of Newtown, Pa., finished fourth and Oneida, N.Y., driver Matt Janczuk filled out the front five in his series debut.

Seven heat races were run for the STSS Crate 602 Sportsman. Winners were Stephen Kemery, Cormier, Joey Bruning, Steve Davis, Potrzebowski, Brad Trice and Janczuk. Consolations went to James Hill, Bobby Flood and J.J. Courcy.

Todd Sammons won the 12-lap Season Opener for the Little Lincoln division. Sammons topped local favorite Kirk Lawson and M.J. White for the first checkered flag of the 2021 season. Sammons and Lawson thrilled the crowd with a side-by-side battle in the final circuits.

Jerry Hill, a consistent top-five finisher in the Delaware Super Truck division, got over the hump on Saturday with a win in the 12-lap main. The Smith brothers, David and Robert, chased Hill to the finish line in the weekend cap for the Super Trucks.

Ashley Merritt won the Delmarva Charger 12-lap feature from her third starting position. Merritt bested Jay Lowman and Kevin Taylor for the triumph.

Next up for the STSS is a Central Pennsylvania doubleheader weekend on Saturday, March 20 and Sunday, March 21. On Saturday, Selinsgrove Speedway hosts the ‘Icebreaker’ for the STSS Modifieds and Crate 602 Sportsman. On Sunday, neighboring Port Royal Speedway is the destination for the STSS Modifieds in a doubleheader with the ULMS Super Late Models for the ‘Spring Speed Showcase’ program.

Georgetown Speedway is idle through Thursday, April 15 with the Mark ‘Coot’ Williams Super Late Model Memorial and RUSH Late Model ‘Battle of the Bay’ Speedweek event in a double-headline show.

Georgetown Speedway, originally constructed by Melvin L. Joseph in 1949, is located at the intersection of Route 113 and Speedway Road in Georgetown, Del., just miles from the Delaware beaches and less than a 40-minute drive from Ocean City, Md.

A website is live for the speedway at www.thegeorgetownspeedway.com. Like Georgetown Speedway on Facebook, follow @thegtownspdwy on Twitter, e-mail georgetownspeedway@gmail.com or contact the speedway hotline at 302.563.GTWN (4896).

To learn more about the Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, check out ‘Short Track Super Series’ on Facebook or @ShortTrackSS on Twitter or Instagram.

The Short Track Super Series is presented by American Racer/Lias Tire, Sunoco Race Fuel, Insinger Performance, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Hurlock Auto & Speed, Velocita-USA, Design for Vision/Sunglass Central, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, Beyea Custom Headers, Bicknell Racing Products, Dirt Track Digest, EIBACH Springs, Fast Axle, Fox Racing Shocks, Henry’s Exhaust, Hig Fab, HyperCo, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, K&N, Precision Hydraulic & Oil, Belmont’s Garage, QA1, Racing Optics, Superior Remodeling, Teo-Pro Car, VAHLCO, WELD Racing & Wilwood.


MELVIN L. JOSEPH MEMORIAL RESULTS SUMMARY – GEORGETOWN SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, MARCH 13

Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Modified Velocita-USA South Region Presented By Design for Vision & Sunglass Central Round No. 1 Feature Finish (49 laps): MATT SHEPPARD, Stewart Friesen, Mike Mahaney, Tyler Dippel, Anthony Perrego, Michael Maresca, H.J. Bunting, Ryan Godown, Brandon Grosso, Erick Rudolph, Max McLaughlin, Danny Bouc, Ryan Watt, Dominick Buffalino, Joseph Watson, Billy Pauch Jr., Tim Buckwalter, Matt Stangle, Rick Laubach, Jordan Watson, Andy Bachetti, Cale Ross, Craig Von Dohren, Demetrios Drellos, Neal Williams, Mike Gular, Larry Wight, Duane Howard, J.R. Heffner, Richie Pratt Jr.

Did Not Qualify: Alex Yankowski, Kevin Sockriter, Rocky Warner, Ryan Krachun, Jimmy Horton, Dan Creeden, Danny Hieber, David Van Horn, John Willman, Marshall Hurd, Carson Wright, Derrick McGrew Jr., Brandon Hightower, Jeff Taylor, Mike Franz, Allison Ricci, Ryan Riddle, David Schilling, Ron Roberts, Jr., Brett Haas, Danny Tyler, Stan Frankenfield, Norman Short, Brad Trice.

Melvin L. Joseph Construction Company Lap Money ($2,401 Total): Stewart Friesen ($343); Mike Mahaney ($343); Anthony Perrego ($343); Matt Sheppard ($294); Tyler Dippel ($294); Michael Maresca ($196); Erick Rudolph ($196); Matt Stangle ($196); H.J. Bunting ($147); Demetrios Drellos ($49).

Ad-Art Sign Company Heat Winners ($50 Each): Stewart Friesen, Matt Stangle, Mike Mahaney, J.R. Heffner & Cale Ross
American Racer/Lias Tire Bonuses (FREE Tire Certificates): RyanGodown (8th) & Ryan Watt (13th)
Behrent’s Performance Warehouse Bonuses ($50 Gift Cards): Tyler Dippel (fourth) & Brandon Grosso (ninth)
Beyea Custom Headers Redraw Bonus ($50): Cale Ross (Redrew 11th)
Bill Brown & Company Heat-Race Hard Charger ($50): Dominick Buffalino (10th to fourth)
Danny’s Pizza Pizzazz Halfway Leader Award ($100): Stewart Friesen
Design for Vision/Sunglass Central Winner’s Award (Oakley Sunglasses):  Matt Sheppard
Henry’s Exhaust System Power Position ($50 Certificate): Max McLaughlin (11th)
Kruger Trailers Inc. Hard Charger Award ($250): Matt Sheppard (19th to first)
Sunoco Race Fuels/Insinger Performance Bonuses ($50 Certificates): Stewart Friesen (second), Danny Bouc (12th) & Cale Ross (22nd)
Taylor & Messick Hard Luck Awards ($250 Each): David Schilling & Danny Tyler
Wilwood Brakes ‘Lucky 7’ Award ($75 Certificate): H.J. Bunting (seventh)

Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Crate 602 Sportsman Belmont’s Garage South Region Round No. 1 Feature Finish (25 laps): 
A-JAY POTRZEBOWSKI, JR., Corey Cormier, Payton Talbot, Joe Toth, Matt Janczuk, Justin Grosso, L.J. Lombardo, Stephen Kemery, Steve Davis, Brad Trice, Kyle Smith, Adam White, Joey Bruning, Tommy Collins, Michael Ballestero, Greg Reed, Paul Mancini, Dylan Swinehart, Zachary Payne, Ryan Godown, Jr., Scott Hitchens, Doug Snyder, James Hill, Robby Dunn, Tanner Van Doren, A-Jay Potrzebowski Sr., Brendon Gibbons, Tighe Sherlock, Bobby Flood, Anthony Tramontana, J.J. Courcy, Michael White.

Did Not Qualify: Sean Metz, Addison Bowman, Chas Wolbert, Danny Maher, Greg Humlhanz, Ryan Simmons, Jake Mason, Jared Labagh, Sammy Martz, Jr., Cody Manmiller, Chad Sandt, John Stevenson, Kevin Borden, Joshua Allen, Ricky Quick, Lance Irwin, Isabella Van Orden, Pat Wall, Sean Weiss, Kenny Bock, Logan Watt, Jared Miller, Dakota Kohler, Brett Buono, Trent Willey, Tracy Gauger, Nick Van Wickle, Jimmy DeVitt, Scott Kohler, David Jenkins, Daniel Morgiewicz, Jim Dallett, Jordan Lawrence, Rodney Henri, Greg Nailor, Jr., Kerry Ryder, Matt Smith, Zac Weller, William Adams, Zachary Steffy, Anthony Raisner, Ryan Stangle, Shawn McPhee.

American Racer/Lias Tire Bonus (FREE Tire Certificate): L.J. Lombardo (seventh)
Beyea Custom Headers Redraw Bonus ($25): Stephen Kemery (Redrew ninth)
Evergreen Fuels Inc. “Worst Hand” Redraw ($75): Stephen Kemery (redrew ninth)
Mancini Custom Homes Hard Charger ($200): Michael Ballestero (29th to 15th)

Little Lincoln Feature Finish (12 laps): TODD SAMMONS, Kirk Lawson, M.J. White, Jordan Herbert, Mel Joseph Jr., Eric Reed, Terry Chaney, Sean Smith, Wayne Seaton, Bunky White, James Harmon, Bryan Piercy.

Delaware Super Truck Feature Finish (12 laps): JERRY HILL, David Smith, Robert Smith, Jesse West, Michelle Jackson, Zack Phillips, Dickie Beauchamp, Scott Trice, Blake Esham, Brian Jones, Thomas “Action” Jackson, Matt Esham.

Delmarva Charger Feature Finish (12 laps): ASHLEY MERRITT, Jay Lowman, Kevin Taylor, Joe Waters, Randy Merritt, Chris Carroll, Jeffery Tubbs, Sean Martinez, Paul Gary, Scott Dunn, Jeff DeGroat.