The Rislone URC Sprint Series returned to the Delaware International Speedway on Saturday night for the sixteenth event of 2013 season. Current point leader JJ Grasso took the lead on lap sixteen from Davie Franek then went unchallenged to score his fourth win of the season and twenty-fifth career win with the United Racing Company.
By CHARLIE BROWN, DELMAR, DE – Second generation driver Beau Wilkins continued to have the best year of his career as he drove to his third win of the season in the R.C. Holloway 25-lap Big Block Modified feature Saturday night at the Delaware International Speedway. It was also “Tribute to Kramer Williamson” night and
Ricky Elliott showed no signs of slowing down as he continued his winning ways in the 20-lap R.C. Holloway Super Late Model feature. Once again Elliott captured his heat and a zero inversion draw put him on the pole for the feature. Elliott took off at the drop of the green with Nick Davis
A determined Matt Hill came out on top in a great battle in the 15-lap Crate Model feature. Sparky White set fast time in qualifying but a ten car inversion draw would put Robbie Walls, Jr. on the pole. Matt Hill, who started in seventh, jumped to the outside groove at the drop of the
It was the kind on night that Jordan Watson likes in the AC Delco Professional Service Center Modifieds. It started with a heat race win and the four car inversion draw would put Watson fourth on the grid and second heat race winner, Eric Humlhanz third. The feature was the first run after the track
James Hill had no problems in the 15-lap Mod Lite feature as he led flag to flag for his fourth win of the season. The zero inversion draw put heat winners Hill and Nick Nash one and two on the starting grid. It took three attempts to get the first lap in the record books.
When the United Racing Company makes their final appearance on Saturday night there will be one notable absence – Kramer Williamson. As a tribute to the legendary driver, fans and racers alike are asked to sport pink that the “Pink Panther” was so well know for. T-shirts, banners, hats, scarves – anything to symbolize the
By CHARLIE BROWN, DELMAR, DE – Matt Jester managed to finish second in the second heat despite damage to the front suspension of his car. This would actually turn into a bit of luck as the inversion draw was a four putting him on the pole for the 25-lap NAPA Big Block Modified feature, Saturday
Ricky Elliott showed no signs of slowing down this season Saturday night at Delaware International. Elliott won his heat and started on the pole in the non-stop 20 lap feature. Elliott was so dominate that he would lap all but the top seven cars in the field in winning his 12th feature of the year.
In the 15-lap Crate Model feature it was a great battle up front in the top five throughout the distance. Reese Masiello set fast time and with the zero inversion draw started on the pole. Eric Vent was first to challenge from second with Sparky White running third. A couple of quick cautions kept the