219 Competitors Enter Mid-Atlantic Championship Weekend At Georgetown Speedway; Ryan Godown, Ricky Elliott and Duane Howard Lead Winners; Ryan Watt STSS South Champion
In a down-to-the-wire battle, Ricky Elliott of Seaford, Del., took home a $5,000 top prize in the 40-lap Super Late Model event Saturday. Elliott withstood a late charge from Austin Hubbard as the pair battled through slower traffic.
Elliott used the outside lane on an early restart to sweep past Mark Pettyjohn. For much of the race it appeared Elliott would cruise to victory unchallenged.
That changed dramatically in the final 10 laps.
First, Kyle Hardy closed to Elliott’s bumper. Then, Hubbard – who had pitted for a tire change and rebounded from a spin – burst into second. With three laps remaining Hubbard drove to Elliott’s inside in turn three. He pulled even with Elliott but was unable to complete the pass.
Hubbard chased Elliott to the line.
In Victory Lane, Elliott said he had reconsidered his previously announced plans of retirement and will be back behind the wheel of a Super Late Model in 2018.
Hubbard settled for second, followed by Virginia invader Hardy, Jamie Lathroum and early leader Pettyjohn.
Super Late Model Feature Finish (40 laps): RICKY ELLIOTT, Austin Hubbard, Kyle Hardy, Jamie Lathroum, Mark Pettyjohn, Ross Robinson, Amanda Whaley, Nick Davis, Herb Tunis, Rob Schirmer, Dan Green, Rusty Schlenk, Danny Snyder, Reese Masiello, Bob Geiger, David Pettyjohn, Sparky White, Donald Lingo Jr., Zac Weller, Eddie Drury, Jeremy Miller.
Did Not Start: Chuck Schutz, Dylan Evans, Jason Miller.

 

RICKY ELLIOTT GOES OUT IN STYLE WITH 6TH LATE MODEL FALL CHAMPIONSHIP

October 21, 2017

The 50-lap S.R. Pete & Sons Super Late Model Fall Championship turned into a survival of the fittest before drop of the green. It started when three time Fall Champion, Gary Stuhler, who was starting in the second row, pulled into the pits on the initial pace laps and was done for the night.
Donald Lingo, Jr. shot to the front on the green but became the second causality when he lost steering coming off the fourth turn and smacked the outside wall bring out the first of eight yellows in the first half.
Ross Robinson took over the point and was the class of the field running the high groove to perfection. Contact on the back straight got Dylan Evans around and into the wall on the next lap and Kerry King headed to the pits.
On the restart Bob Geiger came off the fourth turn too high and collected the wall as the yellow fever continued. Nick Davis was the next victim when a tire let go while he was flat foot blazing to the front at the extreme top of the track. Davis would get the tire changed and returned at the back of the pack.
Mark Pettyjohn was the next causality when his car got out from under him in the fourth turn while running in second. Dale Hollidge was now up to the second spot as Robinson continued to set a torrid pace at the point.
Ricky Elliott had been taking his time coming up through the field and dropped Hollidge to third on the fifth restart. The seventh yellow was displayed when Herb Tunis lost and engine just 15 laps in. On the restart Hollidge got back by Elliott while Robinson took advantage of a clear track ahead.
The final yellow would fly when Hollidge tried to get around the lapped car of Kellie Lewis on the back straight. Lewis was unaware that Hollidge was outside making contact and spinning while Hollidge was able to continue. Under the yellow, Davis headed to the pits and was done for the night.
The final 29 laps were all green but by halfway the only cars remaining from the 17 car starting field in order were Robinson, Elliott, Pettyjohn, Hollidge,  Whaley and Schirmer. Whaley got by Hollidge to take fourth and with ten to go and Elliott turned up the heat on Robinson.
Robinson would never abandon the faster top groove but it was evident that he was beginning to struggle. With six to go Elliott was able to make the pass on the low side then immediately climbed to the top. Elliott was able to pull away to post his sixth Fall Championship win. Robinson revealed in victory lane that he had done his best but was fighting the handling after losing his power steering with 15 laps to go. Pettyjohn survived to finish in third with Whaley fourth and Hollidge rounding out the top five. Heats on Friday night were won by Robinson, Lingo, Jr. and Elliott
“The track smoothed out a little bit and we smoothed it up,” said Elliott. “I needed the top to burn off. I was too tight to run the top. We kept plugging on the bottom and plugging on the bottom and plugging on the bottom and either the top was going away at the end or we were coming to it at the end. It was a heck of a race.”
Chad Cathell announced in victory lane that the win would be Elliott’s last at the track as with the win he was retiring.
50-Lap S.R. Pete & Sons Super Late Model Finish: 1. Ricky Elliott; 2. Ross Robinson; 3. Mark Pettyjohn; 4. Amanda Whaley; 5. Dale Hollidge; 6. Rob Schirmer; 7. Nick Davis; 8. Kellie Lewis; 9. Herb Tunis; 10. Kevin Scott, Jr.; 11. Reese Masiello; 12. Kerry King; 13. Dylan Evans; 14. Bob Geiger; 15. Donald Lingo, Jr.; 16. Eddie Drurry, III; DNS: Gary Stuhler

 

RICKY “THE ROCKET” BLASTS TO THIRD WIN IN LATE MODEL CHAMP QUALIFIER

September 9, 2017

S.R. Pete & Sons Super Late Models went 25-laps on Saturday night with the winner earning a guaranteed starting spot in the Delaware State Dirt Track Championships. Donald Lingo, Jr. and Mark Pettyjohn both looked strong in winning their qualifying heats but it would be Ricky Elliott rocketing from third to first to lead lap one.
Lingo wasted no time moving from fifth to second but it was Nick Davis who seemed to be on a mission on the outside climbing from 11th to second by lap three. Elliott would get into a rhythm as the race stayed under the green and by halfway he had a comfortable lead over Davis with Lingo, Pettyjohn and point leader Ross Robinson all running strong in the top five.
With three to go, Geoff Carey got around bringing out the first caution and erasing Elliott’s 3.72 second lead. Elliott controlled the restart but the battle was for second as Pettyjohn and Davis swapped the spot several times in the closing laps.
Elliott would get the victory and Davis was able to get by Pettyjohn in the final turn to capture second. Lingo finished in the fourth spot with Robinson rounding out the top five. The finish tightened up the battle for the championship with just one race remaining. Robinson, Pettyjohn and Lingo all within 45 points.
S.R. Pete & Sons Super Late Model Finish; 1. Ricky Elliott; 2. Nick Davis; 3. Mark Pettyjohn; 4. Donald Lingo, Jr.; 5. Ross Robinson; 6. Kerry King; 7. Amanda Whaley; 8. Geoff Carey; 9. Kellie Lewis; 10. Bob Geiger; 11. Jason Dean; 12. Rob Schirmer.

 

Ricky Elliott Back on Top in SR Pete & Son SLM

Donald Lingo, Jr. shot to the point at the start of the 20-lap S.R. Pete & Son Super Late Model feature with Rob Schirmer following in second. Ricky Elliott took the second spot a lap later but locked into a battle with Nick Davis. Davis would hold the second spot for three laps until the caution flew for a tangle involving Jason Dean and Geoff Carey.
On the restart Elliott regained the second spot with Mark Pettyjohn, who was looking for his third straight win, following into third. Elliott was now focused on the leader Lingo who was solidly in control on the bottom.
Elliott continued to work the top groove and with five to go was able to get by Lingo for the lead. He would then move to the bottom and open up some breathing room allowing him to post his second win of the season. “Jake Marine bought me this new car two weeks ago,” said Elliott. “He has been great to me and instrumental in furthering my career.”
Lingo ended a great run in second with Pettyjohn third. Fourth went to Amanda Whaley with point leader Ross Robinson rounding out the top five. Heats were won by Lingo and Elliott.
S.R. Pete & Son Super Late Model Finish: 1. Ricky Elliott; 2. Donald Lingo, Jr.; 3. Mark Pettyjohn; 4. Amanda Whaley; 5. Ross Robinson; 6. Nick Davis; 7. Kerry King; 8. Rob Schirmer; 9. Kellie Lewis; 10. Geoff Carey; 11. Jason Dean; 12. Bob Geiger; 13. Max Robichaud.

 

45th Annual Camp Barnes Benefit Race @ DE International Speedway

June 20, 2017:  Mark Pettyjohn made it back to back wins in the S.R. Pete & Sons Super Late Models. Pettyjohn started on the pole after winning his heat and having the quicker lap time over Potomac and Winchester Speedways champion, Dale Hollidge who won heat one.
With only one lap in the caution flew for debris and under the yellow Ross Robinson came to a stop after being hit by something from the track and momentarily stunning him. Robinson drove the car to the pits and was done for the night.
Pettyjohn remained solidly in control but the battle behind him was intense. Hollidge, Austin Hubbard, Donald Lingo, Jr. Andrew Mullins and Kerry King put on a fierce battle. By halfway Lingo had worked into second with Hollidge hanging on to third while King worked by Mullins for fourth.
Ricky Elliott exploded a right rear tire and smacked the front straight wall with two laps to go bringing out the final yellow. Pettyjohn was on his game on the restart and drove to his second consecutive win. Lingo finished second with Hollidge, King and Mullins rounding out the top five.
Herb Tunis took a nasty series of flips in the heat but was not injured.
S.R Pete & Sons Late Model Finish: 1. Mark Pettyjohn; 2. Donald Lingo, Jr.; 3. Dale Hollidge; 4. Kerry King; (5. Andrew Mullins; 6. Amanda Whaley unofficial); 7. Bob Geiger; 8. Kellie Lewis; 9. Kevin Scott, Jr.; 10. Ricky Elliott; 11. Nick Davis; 12. Dylan Evans; 13. Austin Hubbard; 14. Danny Snyder; 15. Ross Robinson; DNS: Herb Tunis

 

BLOOMQUIST WINS 4TH USA 100 AND FIRST ULTIMATE RACE AT VIRGINIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY

JAMAICA, VA – Despite dropping a cylinder on lap 23, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN swept the 41st Annual USA 100 for the ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series at Virginia Motor Speedway on Saturday night. Bloomquist was the Fast Qualifier, won his eight-lap Heat Race, and then led all 60 laps to claim the $20,000 top prize driving the Reece Monuments Bloomquist.

The win now lists Bloomquist as the only four-time winner of the USA 100, and he seemed really impressed that is was his first career win with the ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series, after racing many times with the Regional series.

“I think we might have burned up a spark plug wire when we lost the cylinder, but the car was still fast, and those seven cylinders left gave all of the traction I needed,” Bloomquist said. “I didn’t realize I had never won a race with the ULTIMATE Series until tonight, so that’s something impressive.”

Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, FL and Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, GA battled side-by-side on the last lap of the race for the second spot, and they made contact on the backstretch. That put McDowell into the steel guardrail. Pearson finished second in the Dunn-Benson Ford/Lucas Oil Longhorn and apologized to MacDaddy after the race. McDowell was third in the TEXTRON Sweet/Bloomquist.

You can also call the Autolite/Fram/DirtOnDirt.com Rookie of the Year point leader Tyler Millwood of Cartersville, GA the new ULTIMATE SE Region point leader after a fourth-place finish, and Kenny Moreland of Waldorf, MD was the Hard Charger of the Race after starting 22nd and finishing fifth.

Russell Erwin of Beaver Dam, VA took the sixth spot and the 2011 ULTIMATE Champion Chris Ferguson of Mt. Holly, NC was seventh. Zack Dohm of Cross Lanes, WV finished eighth, Dale Hollidge of Mechanicsville, VA drove to a ninth-place finish, and Rick Elliott of Seaford, DE rounded out the top ten.

Bloomquist toured the Taj Mahal of American Dirt Tracks during M&W Transport “Haulin’ It” Qualifying in 16.671 seconds to earn an extra $400 for the Fast Time Award. Also winning eight-lap preliminary Heat Races were Pearson and McDowell.

Bloomquist took the lead at the drop of the green flag to start the race, but Ross Bailes of Clover, SC spun in turn four to bring out the first of four caution flags. That necessitated a complete restart, and Bloomquist again took the lead followed by Pearson, McDowell, Ferguson and Greg Satterlee of Rochester Hill, VA.

Ferguson passed McDowell for the third spot on lap two, while Bloomquist began to pull away from Pearson, but that was void when the caution flag came out on lap seven when Austin Hubbard of Seaford, DE stalled in turn four to light up the yellow caution bulb. Bloomquist led Pearson, Ferguson, McDowell, Satterlee, Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, GA, Bailes, Millwood, Justin Williams of Concord, VA, Hollidge for the double-file restart.

Satterlee got by McDowell for the fourth spot on the restart, as the field raced under green flag conditions for one lap before Jackie Boggs of Grayson, KY spun in turn four on lap eight to bring out the third caution flag. After the restart, McDowell reclaimed the fourth spot by passing Satterlee on lap ten.

Satterlee would race for six more laps before falling off the pace and parking his race car in the infield pit area. Davenport lost a driveshaft from under his Barry Wright house car on lap 18 to bring out the final caution flag of the race. When the field went back to green flag action, Bloomquist opened up a half straightaway lead on Pearson, who had raced his way back up to second.

Coming by the front straightaway grandstands on lap 23, the note of the engine under the hood of Bloomquist’s race car went off song, but not only was he able to maintain his lead over Pearson, he opened it up even more! Not even lapped traffic would slow Bloomquist down.

At the halfway point, Bloomquist led Pearson, McDowell, Millwood, Ferguson, Moreland, Erwin, Hollidge, Bailes and Dohm. In the last ten laps of the race, Bloomquist opened up a big lead over Pearson, who was beginning to feel the heat from McDowell. The second and third-place drivers battled side-by-side for the last to laps of the race, while Bloomquist took a 4.207 second margin of victory under the checkered flag.

OFFICIAL RESULTS OF ROUND 8 AT VIRGINIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY IN JAMAICA, VA ON 6/3/17:

POS / STRT / CAR # / DRIVER / HOMETOWN / LAPS / $ WON
1. 1 0 Scott Bloomquist Mooresburg, TN 60 $20,000
2. 2 1 Earl Pearson Jr. Jacksonville, FL 60 $10,000
3. 3 17m Dale McDowell Chickamauga, GA 60 $5,000
4. 9 31 Tyler Millwood Cartersville, GA 60 $3,000
5. 22 24 Kenny Mooreland Waldorf, MD 60 $2,000
6. 20 22e Russell Erwin Beaver Dan, VA 60 $1,750
7. 5 22f Chris Ferguson Mt. Holly, NC 60 $1,500
8. 15 17 Zack Dohm Cross Lanes, WV 60 $1,250
9. 14 0h Dale Hollidge Mechanicsville, VA 60 $1,100
10. 16 88 Rick Elliott Seaford, DE 60 $1,000
11. 13 29 Jason Welshan Maryville, TN 60 $900
12. 4 79 Ross Bailes Clover, SC 59 $875
13. 11 2 Dennis Franklin Gaffney, SC 59 $850
14. 17 22 G.R. Smith Statesville, NC 59 $825
15. 21 02 Rodney Brickhouse Chesapeake, VA 57 $800
16. 19 94 Jason Miller Maryville, TN 55 $775
17. 18 23 Michael Rouse Wilson, NC 51 $750
18. 12 4b Jackie Boggs Grayson, KY 36 $725
19. 7 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA 18 $700
20. 10 89 Justin Williams Concord, VA 18 $675
21. 6 22s Greg Satterlee Rochester Mills, VA 16 $650
22. 23 5 Glenn Elliott Sykesville, MD 15 $625
23. 8 11 Austin Hubbard Seaford, DE 5 $600

 

Chad Hollenbeck (Super Late Model) Headline Winner On Rare Monday Night Georgetown Speedway Event; 112 Cars Take Part In Busy Program

Written by Marshall Gabell
GEORGETOWN, DE – During an action-packed, star-studded six-feature match card, Northeast invaders were able to steal the show and flex their muscle on a spontaneous Monday in the First State.  And yes, that was not a typo.  Dirt-track racing on a Monday night at Georgetown Speedway.
On a night designed to make-up the recent motorsports rain outs in the mid-Atlantic region, which included last weekend’s weather marred Tri-State Challenge (a three-race series hosted at Georgetown Speedway, Potomac Speedway and Winchester Speedway), Georgetown opened their gates to not just a stout field but also a huge attendance turnout.
A pit-bulging 112 race cars took part in program, which saw Empire State star Danny Johnson take home the $2,000 Modified triumph, and Chad Hollenbeck, representing the Keystone State of Pennsylvania, the Super Late Model triumph and accompanying $2,000.
In the Super Late Model division, Northeast traveler Hollenbeck dominated the field, avoiding challenges from local favorite Ross Robinson and Austin Hubbard throughout the 20-lap feature.
Kingsley, Pa.’s Hollenbeck, who has competed in various Super Late Model events across the United States, started the event from the pole position and wasted no time marching to the triumph; also clinching a starting position in the August 17 World of Outlaws Craftsman Super Late Model Series ‘Fulton Bank 40’ event at Georgetown.
Not to mention, this was his mere debut at the half-mile dirt track.
“I’ve always heard a lot of good things about this track,” Hollenbeck said. “I’ve always wanted to come here. I never anticipated coming here and doing this well. I’m just thrilled.
“Georgetown puts on a heck of a show. The fan base here is just unbelievable.”
Georgetown’s Robinson hustled to a second-place finish after clearing Hubbard. Robinson worked the inside of Hollenbeck on two occasions, ultimately earning the runner-up position. Hubbard, Amanda Whaley and Donald Lingo Jr. with a late surge filled out the front five.  Elliott charged to a 7th place finish from his 22nd starting position.
GEORGETOWN GEMS: The 112-car total included 23 Modifieds, 23 Super Late Models, 23 RUSH Crate Late Models, 16 L&J Sheet Metal Crate 602 Sportsman, 10 Delmarva Chargers and 17 Delaware Super Trucks….
Despite the late addition of Monday’s event, a very healthy crowd took in the program….
Modified and Super Late Model headline feature events were completed by 10:15 p.m. on the quickly run weeknight program….
Andrew Mullins and Austin Hubbard competed in both the Super Late Model and RUSH Crate Late Model programs….
Mechanical issues sidelined Jamie Mills’ small-block in hot laps. He ultimately strapped into the back-up Jake Marine No. 85, finishing eighth….

Super Late Model Feature Finish (20 laps): CHAD HOLLENBECK ($2,000), Ross Robinson, Austin Hubbard, Amanda Whaley, Donald Lingo Jr., Darryl Hills, Ricky Elliott, Andrew Mullins, Danny Snyder, Kevin Scott, Nick Davis, Dylan Evans, Rob Schirmer, Pancho Lawler, Tim Murphy, Jason Dean, Zac Weller, Max Robichaud, C.J. Faison, Matt Murphy, Mark Pettyjohn, Geoff Carey, Sparky White.
 

"Feathers Caps "Battle of the Bay" Weekend Saturday at Winchester"
By Doug Watson
Winchester, VA- Trever Feathers ended his early season woes in a big way as he was triumphant in last Saturday night’s 35-lap Late Model feature at Winchester Speedway. Feathers win, steering his BWRC Race Cars no.20, earned him a $3000 winner’s check and made him the third different winner of the three race "Battle of the Bay" events held over the weekend.
Trever Feathers and Thursday Delaware International winner Ricky Elliott brought the field to green with Feathers securing the top-spot as the field fanned out in turn one. As Feathers lead, Ronnie DeHaven Jr., tucked into second and took up the chase. Feathers would eventually lead the distance, but it was no easy trip to victory lane. DeHaven hounded Feathers the entire way, edging ahead at one point, before settling for a hard earned second as Feathers would take the win by less than a car length at the finish. "It's hard to believe this is the first race we've finished all season." A relieved Trever Feathers stated postrace. "We went hard on tires tonight and they were starting to give up towards the end and I knew Ronnie was getting close, so had to drive the car as straight as I could to try and hold him back." A brand new power plant aided Feathers trip to the checkers. "I have to thank Roger DeVenny for this awesome motor." Trever stated. "We had some engine issues earlier in the year and he built us this new piece and it worked great for us tonight." Jonathan DeHaven was third, Dan Stone took fourth with 22nd starting Jason Miller rounding out the top-five. Heats for the 30-cars entered went to Feathers, Stone and Ronnie DeHaven Jr. with Tyler Horst winning the consolation.
                        Late Model Feature Finish
1. Trever Feathers 2. Ronnie DeHaven Jr. 3. Jonathan DeHaven 4. Dan Stone 5. Jason Miller 6. Dale Hollidge 7. Walker Arthur 8. Mark Pettyjohn 9. Brian Booze 10. Ricky Elliott 11. Greg Roberson 12. Brad Omps 13. Glenn Elliott 14. Bubby Dillman 15. Cody Gray 16. Buddy Wilson 17. Mike Steck 18. Dylan Evans 19. Jason Dean 20. Walter Crouch 21. Nick Davis 22. Tyler Horst 23. Tommy Armel 24. Ross Robinson DNQ- Amanda Whaley, Brent Bordeaux, Justin Steele, Carl Grady, Scott Merryman, Kris Holliday

 

"Hollidge Scores "Battle of the Bay" Round Two Friday at Potomac"
By Doug Watson

           Budds Creek, MD- Defending Late Model track champion Dale Hollidge wired the field to score his first feature win of the season last Friday night at Potomac Speedway. The win for Hollidge, aboard his Greg Gunter owned Rocket XR-1 no.0, was his 12th career win at the track and earned him a cool $3000 pay day. 
          The redraw placed Amanda Whaley and Dale Hollidge on the front row for the start of the 35-lap main event with Hollidge bursting into the lead as the field scattered off turn two. Dan Stone chased Hollidge for 19-laps before his car quit on the 24th lap, handing the spot back to Amanda Whaley who chased Hollidge for the duration, but would settle for her second runner up finish of the season at Potomac. "We weren't as good as we could of been in time trials, but the car really came aroiund for the feature." Dale stated in victory lane. "This is the same car we took to Georgia and its the first time we've run it here at home and I'd say it was pretty good for the feature." Getting to the front first was key to Hollidge's winning drive. "These cars like clean air." Dale stated. "Amanda (Whaley) has been pretty good down here and I knew if we could beat her into the first corner, we'd have a good shot to win and we were able to get it done." Glenn Elliott was third, Ross Robinson recovered from an early race spin for fourth with Daryl Hills rounding out the top-five. Heats for the 21 cars entered went to Jason Covert, Hollidge and Whaley.
Late Model feature finish
1. Dale Hollidge 2. Amand Whaley 3. Glenn Elliott 4. Ross Robinson 5. Daryl Hills 6. Jamie Lathroum 7. Tyler Horst 8. Ricky Elliott 9. Jason Miller 10. Tyler Emory 11. Rich Marks 12. Mark Pettyjohn 13. Kenny Moreland 14. Dan Stone 15. Jason Covert 16. Brent Bordeaux 17. Carl Grady 18. Nick Davis 19. Scott Wilson 20. Walker Arthur 21. Steven Axtell Jr

 

“ROCKET” BLASTS TO “BATTLE OF THE BAY” RACE 1 WIN

April 27, 2017
By Charlie Brown, DELMAR, DE – Thursday night at the Delaware International Speedway it was race one of the first leg of the three weekend – nine race “Battle of the Bay” for the Super Late Models and the RUSH Racing Series Crate Late Models. Seaford, Del.’s Ricky Elliott was in top form as he led all 35-laps of the Super Late Model event and Joe Warren of Georgetown, Del. dominated in the RUSH Series 20 lap feature.
Heats for the 20 cars were won by Amanda Whaley and Ricky Elliott after the pair set the top two times in qualifying respectively (18.610 and 18.793). The top three from each heat drew for starting position in the main. Elliott elected to have a young child draw for him and luck was with her as she drew the No. 1 starting spot.
Elliott set the pace at the drop of the green with Nick Davis jumping into second and Ross Robinson third and Whaley squeezing under Austin Hubbard and Glenn Elliott for fourth. Elliott’s new BRC Lazer chassis was working to perfection as he pulled from the field.
Dale Hollidge was the car on the move patiently climbing from back into the top five on lap 16 after a bad initial start. Robinson got by Davis for second just before halfway but Elliott was already long gone. Hollidge continued to be on the move taking fourth from Whaley with nine to go and third from Davis on the next circuit.
As Elliott became mired in traffic, Robinson began to close the gap but time was running out. A glimmer of hope happened with four laps to go as the one and only caution of the race flew as Donald Lingo, Jr. slowed at the top of turn two.
“I knew I needed to hold the bottom,” Elliott said about the restart. “I actually thought there was going to be a top because I passed a couple of cars on the outside. I said to myself I’m sure there is somebody up there trying it but they were running through the water and pushing it up on the track down there so I just didn’t want to take a chance getting out of the groove.”
Elliott stuck to the bottom for the final four laps and was not challenged as he drove to the $3000 win plus lap money sponsored by K&B Auto Sales of Delmar. Robinson was able to hold off Hollidge in the final laps for second. Whaley held on to finish in the fourth spot and Mark Pettyjohn came all the way from 12th to finish in fifth. 
Battle of the Bay Super Late Model Finish: 1. Ricky Elliott; 2. Ross Robinson; 3. Dale Hollidge; 4. Amanda Whaley; 5. Mark Pettyjohn; 6. Nick Davis; 7. Austin Hubbard; 8. Glenn Elliott; 9. Dylan Evans; 10. Dan Stone; 11. Kerry King; 12. Darryl Hills; 13. Kevin Scott, Jr.; 14. Tyler Hurst; 15. Herb Tunis; 16. Zac Weller; 17. Bob Geiger; 18. Donald Lingo, Jr.; 19. Kellie Lewis; DNS: Jason Dean.

 

 

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