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YOUNG GUN CARSON WRIGHT PICKS UP 2ND WIN OF THE SEASON

YOUNG GUN CARSON WRIGHT PICKS UP 2ND WIN OF THE SEASON

  By Chad Cathell – The AC Delco Modifieds round out the night, and it was action right from the drop of the green. Danny Smack would bring the class to the green, and as they went through turns one and two Kenneth Peek made a hard impact with the outside retaining wall and was [&hellip

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TY SHORT EDGES HIS WAY TO HIS FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON

TY SHORT EDGES HIS WAY TO HIS FIRST WIN OF THE SEASON

  By Chad Cathell – The night would start out with the Modified Lites taking to the track and Ty Short and James Hill would prove victorious in their respective heats. In their feature it would be Virginia’s James Wood starting on the pole, and would go on to lead a career best 8 laps. Wood [&hellip

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JAY SIPPLE COMES FROM BACK OF THE PACK TO WIN

JAY SIPPLE COMES FROM BACK OF THE PACK TO WIN

  By Chad Cathell – The Delmarva Chargers were on hand Saturday night, and Ryan Riddle was on the point to start the race. Right out of the gate the caution flew as the cars went through turns one and two. After the restart, Riddle continued to hold on strong to the lead. Jay Sipple [&hellip

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DONALD LINGO, JR. WINS $3000 S.R. PETE & SONS LATE MODEL VS. MODIFIED SHOWDOWN

DONALD LINGO, JR. WINS $3000 S.R. PETE & SONS LATE MODEL VS. MODIFIED SHOWDOWN

By CHARLIE BROWN, DELMAR, DE – The Delaware International Speedway hosted the $3000 to win 30-lap S.R. Pete and Sons Late Model vs. Modified Showdown on Saturday night. Coming out on top was Donald Lingo, Jr. in his Ford powered Late Model. It was his third win of the season.   Heats for the S.R. [&hellip

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IT’S OFFICIAL – KEVIN SOCKRITER GETS 2ND AC DELCO WIN

IT’S OFFICIAL – KEVIN SOCKRITER GETS 2ND AC DELCO WIN

The AC Delco PSC Modified feature saw Danny Smack take control at the drop of the green with Kevin Sockriter quickly working into second and Brandon Watkins held down third. Smack held on to the top spot through several early race cautions and at the halfway sign the top five were Smack, Sockriter, Richie Wilson [&hellip

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MIKE WHARTON TAKES FIRST CRATE WIN OF SEASON

MIKE WHARTON TAKES FIRST CRATE WIN OF SEASON

Mike Wharton took full advantage of starting on the pole and led wire to wire in the non-stop 15-lap Crate Model feature. Alessa Young and Wharton started off the night by winning the heats. In the feature, Wharton took off in the lead with Billy Thompson and Young running second and third. Charles Shawvver was [&hellip

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NICK SAPP DRIVES TO 1ST WIN OF THE SEASON IN MOD LITES

NICK SAPP DRIVES TO 1ST WIN OF THE SEASON IN MOD LITES

Alan Passwaters led the first lap of the 15-lap Mod Lite feature. Nick Sapp wasted no time coming from fourth to lead lap two. Jason Musser worked his way into second just before halfway and both James Hill and Ty Short were on the move entering the top five.   A rash of cautions kept [&hellip

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BILLY CROPPER MAKES IT THREE IN A ROW IN SUPER TRUCKS

BILLY CROPPER MAKES IT THREE IN A ROW IN SUPER TRUCKS

Billy Cropper led wire to wire to win his third Super Truck feature of the season. Cropper started in third but was at the point by the end of lap one. Three cautions spread throughout the 10-lap main would keep the field tightly packed but Cropper would make no mistakes and take the checkered. Robert [&hellip

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BEAU WILKINS IS 9TH DIFFERENT WINNER AFTER TAKING CATHELL MEMORIAL IN BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS

BEAU WILKINS IS 9TH DIFFERENT WINNER AFTER TAKING CATHELL MEMORIAL IN BIG BLOCK MODIFIEDS

By CHARLIE BROWN, DELMAR, DE – The third time was the charm as the William J. & Juanita Cathell Memorial got in the record books after being rained out twice this season at the Delaware International Speedway. It was a great night of racing as Beau Wilkins scored his first win of the season in [&hellip

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STACI WARRINGTON RIM RIDES TO 2ND WIN IN SUPER LATE MODELS

STACI WARRINGTON RIM RIDES TO 2ND WIN IN SUPER LATE MODELS

Ricky Elliott and Herb Tunis were dominant in their respective heat races but when it came time for the 20-lap S.R. Pete & Sons Super Late Model feature it was a different story. Joe Warren started on the pole with Dylan Evans second. At the drop of the green, Staci Warrington shot from her third [&hellip

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