KYLE TUBBS WINS DELMARVA CHARGERS AT WIRE – RONNIE LAYTON WIRE TO WIRE IN SLIDE FOR 5

The Delmarva Chargers and Super Trucks put on a fiercely contested battle in their 10 lap championship feature. Derrick Swafford headed a pack of seven cars and trucks that were running two and three wide throughout the race. The yellow came out with two laps to go when Joe Waters came to a stop.

 

On the restart, the lead pack went three wide with Ashley Merritt going off the top side in a bid for the lead. Guy Mitchell edged out front in his truck at the one to go sign but Kyle Tubbs, who had missed a shift and fell to mid pack at the start of the race, came off the fourth turn on the outside and took the win from Mitchell by a bumper at the line. Tubbs collected a $500 bonus from Campbellā€™s Collision and $25 for supporting Brest Cancer Awareness from Blondie. Mitchell finished first truck in the second spot with Tyler White in a truck third. Fourth went to Swafford and Jay Sipple rounded out the top five.

 

Delmarva Charger/Super Truck Finish: 1. Kyle Tubbs; 2. Guy Mitchell; 3. Tyler White; 4. Derrick Swafford; 5. Wood Chuck; 6. Jay Simple; 7. Ashley Merritt; 8. Kevin Taylor; 9. Joe Carey; 10. Hunter Wharton; 11. Butch Hudson; 12. Kayla Watson; 13. Tom Lecates; 14. Randy Gray; 15. Ethan Brasure; 16. Joe Waters; 17. Ryan Riddle; 18. Brett Seller; 19. T J Henry; 20. Gene Hicks; 21. Jacob Spencer; 22. Mike Lewis; 23. Randy Merritt; 24. Geoff Carey; 25. Cody Hudson; 26. Chris Tippy Martinez; 27. Billy Lockwood.

 

Ronnie Layton shot out to a quick lead in the Slide for 5 feature and managed to stay out of trouble and keep the car straight for the remainder of the distance. Layton got the win and picked up $50 in lap leader bonus money. Matt Carmean came from ninth to finish in second and Robin Phillips finished third.

 

Slide for 5 Finish: 1. Ronnie Layton; 2. Matt Carmean; 3. Robin Phillips; 4. C.J. Dickerson; 5. James Brasure; 6. Ethan Brasure; 7. Kyle Phillips; 8. Ernie Melson; 9. Jesse Betts; 10. Brock Williams; 11. Jerry Worth.