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Lanigan Continues World of Outlaws Late Model Series Onslaught With ‘Fulton Bank 50’ Victory At Delaware International Speedway

Points Leader Rolls To Third Win In Last Four Starts On National Tour, Fifth Of 2012 Season

By Kevin Kovac, WoO LMS P.R. Director

DELMAR, DE – May 31, 2012 – Darrell Lanigan of Union, Ky., continued his World of Outlaws Late Model Series onslaught on Thursday night at Delaware International Speedway, dominating the ‘Fulton Bank 50’ for his third win in the last four races.

Racing just three days before his 42nd birthday, Lanigan blasted forward from the sixth starting spot to take the lead from Austin Hubbard of Seaford, Del., on lap 18 and never looked back. He easily handled two restarts over the remaining distance to pad his already substantial points lead with his series-leading fifth victory of the 2012 season.

With the $10,650 triumph, Lanigan pushed his earnings through 15 WoO LMS events this season to a resounding $115,700. No other driver has won even half that amount – and Lanigan remains the only driver with more than one win on the circuit.

“Everything is just clicking for us right now,” said Lanigan, who won for the third time in eight WoO LMS starts at Delaware International and the 31st time overall in his career on the series. “The car, the engine, my crew – we’re just on a roll. We’re having fun.”

The 20-year-old Hubbard settled for second place after leading laps 1-17, crossing the finish line 1.940 seconds behind Lanigan at a half-mile oval located less than 20 minutes from his home. It was the best finish in five career WoO LMS starts at DIS for the national tour’s 2010 Rookie of the Year.

Defending WoO LMS champion Rick Eckert of York, Pa., started from the pole position but slipped to third at the checkered flag. Ricky Elliott of Seaford, Del., advanced from the 17th starting spot to place fourth and ninth-starter Shane Clanton of Fayetteville, Ga., was fifth for his first top-five run on the WoO LMS since Feb. 25 at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Fla.

Lanigan’s victory completed a very successful four-race stretch, which also included wins on May 25 at Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio, and May 26 at Tyler County Speedway in Middlebourne, W.Va. ($25,000-plus ‘Jackpot 100’). A sixth-place finish on May 27 at I-77 Raceway Park in Ripley, W.Va., was his only slight stumble.

The 2008 WoO LMS champion was on his game at Delaware International, a track where he is the only driver to win more than one World of Outlaws A-Main. He simply blasted the outside of the track to reach the front in his Cornett-powered Rocket machine.

“It was on a rail,” said Lanigan, who outdueled Eckert for second on a lap-15 restart and sailed by Hubbard just three circuits later. “We could go right around the top there. I passed ’em all right around the top. You usually don’t get to do that here.

“It was unbelievable out there on that outside. It was a great track – I can’t believe the track came around like that.”

Hubbard’s attempt to make the inside lane work at one of the track opened the door for Lanigan to surge into the lead.

“I moved down (in turns three and four) after that (lap-15) restart and it felt good,” said Hubbard, who started from the outside pole in his father’s Rocket car. “I said, ‘I’ll just go to the top down here (one and two) and the bottom down there (three and four,’ and then Darrell just blew by me. Then I was like, ‘I guess I’ll move up.'”

The race ended just in time for Hubbard, whose engine began going sour late in the distance and finally broke on the final lap.

Eckert, 46, wished he could have a mulligan on his tire selection..

“I beat myself in the pit area,” said Eckert, who won last year’s WoO LMS A-Main at Delaware International. “We run the same tires we had last year, and they changed the racetrack up a good bit. It was a good bit faster around the top than it has been in the past, and I was a little too tight to be up there.

“That was the first time we started up front in a long time so you’re a little bitter about not winning, but we just got beat in the pits. It was a tire choice, and I made the wrong one.”

Tim McCreadie of Watertown, N.Y., started fourth and briefly climbed as high as second early in the A-Main but ultimately fell to sixth at the finish. Chub Frank of Bear Lake, Pa., battled his car to a seventh-place finish and David Williams of Chaptico, Md, placed eighth to earn the $500 WoO LMS ‘Bonus Bucks’ cash for being the highest-finshing driver who hasn’t won a tour A-Main and isn’t ranked among the top 12 in the points standings. Tim Fuller of Watertown, N.Y., was ninth and Clint Smith of Senoia, Ga., who used a provisional to start the A-Main, took 10th.

Five caution flags slowed the event, including a multi-car tangle in turn four on a lap-15 restart that involved Bub McCool of Vicksburg, Miss., Gregg Satterlee of Rochester Mills, Pa., Darryl Hills of Great Mills, Md., Donnie Lingo Jr. of Millsboro, Del., and Richard Jarvis Jr. of Powellville, Md.

Thirty-four cars were signed in for the event, the tour’s eighth visit to DIS in the last nine years.

Jamie Lathroum of Mechanicsville, Md., was quickest in Ohlins Shocks Time Trials, turning a lap of 18.257 seconds to earn his first-ever WoO LMS fast-time honor. He went on to win a heat race as well, but his A-Main run came to an end on lap 33 due to a broken rearend as he ran seventh.

Joining Lathroum as heat winners were Lanigan, McCool and Eckert. The B-Mains were captured by Elliott Tim Fuller.

Heat action was marred by a wild crash during the third preliminary involving Brady Smith of Solon Springs, Wis., whose car hopped the berm between turns one and two and rolled several times. He said he had a slight headache but was otherwise uninjured.

Smith was done for the night, abruptly ending his hopes of improving upon the pair of runner-up finishes he registered in his two previous WoO LMS starts at Delaware International, in 2009 and ’10.

The WoO LMS will return to action in two weeks, contesting a weekend doubleheader on June 16 at Hagerstown (Md.) Speedway and June 17 at Eriez Speedway in Hammett, Pa.

Results of WoO Late Model Series ‘Fulton Bank 50’ at Delaware International Speedway (Finishing Position/Start/Driver/Laps Completed/Money Won):

1. (6) Darrell Lanigan/50 $10,650
2. (2) Austin Hubbard/50 $5,000
3. (1) Rick Eckert/50 $3,700
4. (17) Ricky Elliott/50 $2,500
5. (9) Shane Clanton/50 $2,550
6. (4) Tim McCreadie/50 $2,350
7. (5) Chub Frank/50 $2,000
8. (10) David Williams/50 $1,800
9. (18) Tim Fuller/50 $1,800
10. (23) Clint Smith/50 $1,650
11. (12) Vic Coffey/50 $1,600
12. (11) Pat Doar/50 $1,550
13. (22) Rob Schirmer/49 $1,000
14. (7) Bub McCool/43 $1,750
15. (14) Donnie Lingo Jr./37 $850
16. (3) Jamie Lathroum/33 $800
17. (19) Dale Lingo IV/33 $770
18. (24) Kent Robinson/22 $1,350
19. (8) Gregg Satterlee/14 $730
20. (15) Kenny Pettyjohn/14 $700
21. (16) Darryl Hills/14 $700
22. (13) Richard Jarvis Jr./14 $700
23. (21) Mark Byram/13 $700
24. (20) John Lobb/5 $700

* Earnings include Winners Circle program and cash contingency award bonuses

Time of Race: 35 Mins., 4.940 Secs.
Margin of Victory: 1.940 Secs.
Yellow Flags: 5 (Laps 5, 15, 15, 22, 33)
Lap Leaders: Hubbard (1-17); Lanigan (18-50)
Provisional Starters: C. Smith, K. Robinson
Rookie of the Race: McCool ($250)
WoO LMS ‘Bonus Bucks’ Winner: David Williams($500)

Ohlins Shocks Time Trial Results (Position/No./Driver/Hometown/Best Lap):

1. 6-Jamie Lathroum/Mechanicsville, MD 18.257
2. 29-Darrell Lanigan/Union, KY 18.492
3. 1*-Chub Frank/Bear Lake, PA 18.504
4. 24-Rick Eckert/York, PA 18.509
5. 88-Ricky Elliott/Seaford, DE 18.558
6. 39-Tim McCreadie/Watertown, NY 18.621
7. 38-Kenny Pettyjohn/Millsboro, DE 18.637
8. 7H-Darryl Hills/Great Mills, MD 18.714
9. 11H-Austin Hubbard/Seaford, DE 18.726
10. 72-David Williams/Chaptico, MD 18.730
11. 57J-Bub McCool/Vicksburg, MS 18.781
12. 22-Gregg Satterlee/Rochester Mills, PA 18.888
13. 680-Richard Jarvis Jr./Powellville, MD 18.912
14. 55L-Donnie Lingo Jr./Millsboro, DE 18.939
15. 2-Brady Smith/Solon Springs, WI 18.942
16. 7R-Kent Robinson/Bloomington, IN 18.945
17. 25-Shane Clanton/Fayetteville, GA 18.952
18. 44-Clint Smith/Senoia, GA 18.975
19. 20-Staci Warrington/Milton, DE 18.985
20. 19-Tim Fuller/Watertown, NY 19.022
21. 45-Mark Byram/Georgetown, DE 19.068
22. 1d-Bryan Driver/Pennington, NJ 19.069
23. 11-Pat Doar/New Richmond, WI 19.079
24. 32c-Vic Coffey/Caledonia, NY 19.129
25. 1s-Jack Sullivan/Greenbrier, AR 19.156
26. 1M-Jeremy Miller/Gettysburg, PA 19.322
27. 28-John Lobb/Frewsburg, NY 19.328
28. 7-Ross Robinson/Georgetown, DE 19.346
29. 11F-Coleby Frye/Dover, PA 19.358
30. KB-Kerry King Sr./Delmar, DE 19.430
31. KB1-Kerry King Jr./Delmar, DE 19.471
32. 118-Rob Schirmer/Ellendale, DE 19.472
33. Dale Lingo/Millsboro, DE 20.011
34. 8-Mark Pettyjohn/Milton, DE N/T

Heat No. 1 (10 laps – Top 4 Transfer): Lathroum, Hubbard, Clanton, Jarvis, Elliott, Dale Lingo, Byram, Frye, Sullivan

Heat No. 2 (10 laps – Top 4 Transfer): Lanigan, McCreadie, Williams, Donnie Lingo, C. Smith, Driver, M. Pettyjohn, King Sr., Miller

Heat No. 3 (10 laps – Top 4 Transfer): McCool, Frank, Doar, K. Pettyjohn, Lobb, Warrington, King Jr., B. Smith

Heat No. 4 (10 laps – Top 4 Transfer): Eckert, Satterlee, Coffey, Hills, R. Robinson, Fuller, Schirmer, K. Robinson

B-Main No. 1 (12 laps – Top 3 Transfer): Elliott, Dale Lingo, Byram, Sullivan, C. Smith, Frye, M. Pettyjohn, Miller, Driver (DNS) King Sr.

B-Main No. 2 (12 laps – Top 3 Transfer): Fuller, Lobb, Schirmer, King Jr., Warrington, R. Robinson, K. Robinson (DNS) B. Smith

World of Outlaws Late Model Series Contingency Award Winners:

Arizona Sport Shirts ($100 product certificate to 23rd-place finisher I n A-Main or next highest w/decal): Pat Doar
Armor All (one case of product to highest-finishing non-WoO team in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Rob Schirmer
Cometic Gasket ($50 cash to 12th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Bub McCool
Comp Cams ($50 cash to 10th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Clint Smith
Comp Cams ($50 product certificate to A-Main winner or next highest w/decal): Austin Hubbard
Dominator ($50 cash to 6th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Tim McCreadie
Eibach Springs (one free spring to each B-Main winner or next highest w/decal): Dale Lingo IV/Rob Schirmer
Gravely ($50 cash to 7th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Chub Frank
JE Pistons ($50 cash to 16th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Kent Robinson
JE Pistons (one compete set of JE Pro Seal rings to 11th-place finisher or next highest w/decal – $285 value): Vic Coffey
JE Pistons (one complete set of JE Pro Seal rings to 21st-place finisher or next highest w/decal – $285 value): Richard Jarvis Jr.
Klotz Synthetic Lubricants ($50 cash to 17th-place finisher or next highest finisher): Kent Robinson
MSD Ignition ($50 cash to A-Main winner or next highest w/decal): Shane Clanton
MSD Ignition ($25 cash to 24th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): None
Ohlins Pole Award ($50 cash to fast qualifier or next highest w/decal): Rick Eckert
Quartermaster ($100 product certificate to A-Main winner or next highest w/decal): Austin Hubbard
Quartermaster ($50 product certificate to 5th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Tim McCreadie
Quartermaster ($25 product certificate to 15th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Kent Robinson
Roush-Yates Performance Products ($50 cash to 4th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Chub Frank
Roush-Yates Performance Products (carburetor repair kit to 18th-place finish in A-Main or next highest w/decal – $100 value): Kent Robinson
Roush-Yates Lap Leader Award (one pair of Wiley X Sunglasses to driver who leads most laps in A-Main):
STP ($50 cash to 2nd-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Rick Eckert
SuperFlow ($50 cash to 14th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Bub McCool
VP Racing Fuels ($50 cash to 9th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Tim Fuller
VP Racing Fuels ‘Nice Jugs Award’ (one VP 5-gallon container to fastest qualifier who misses A-Main or next highest with decal – $30 value): Brady Smith
WIX Filters ($50 cash to 13th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Rob Schirmer
Wrisco Aluminum (three sheets of aluminum to A-Main winner if decal displayed – $200 value): Darrell Lanigan
XS Power ($50 cash to 3rd-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Tim Fuller
XS Power ($60 product certificate to 8th-place finisher in A-Main or next highest w/decal): Tim Fuller
XS ‘Power Move of the Race’ ($60 product certificate): Darrell Lanigan

2012 World of Outlaws Late Model Series Point Standings as of May 31 – 15 A-Mains completed (rank/driver/points/deficit to leader):

1. Darrell Lanigan 2152
2. Rick Eckert 2044 (-108)
3. Chub Frank 1982 (-170)
4. Shane Clanton 1936 (-216)
5. Tim McCreadie 1926 (-226)
6. Vic Coffey 1892 (-260)
7. Clint Smith 1864 (-288)
8. Bub McCool 1820 (-332)
9. Pat Doar 1732 (-420)
10. Kent Robinson 1686 (-466)
11. Tim Fuller 1658 (-494)
12. Jack Sullivan 1586 (-566)
13. John Lobb 1568 (-584)
14. Mike Marlar 1498 (-654)
15. Greg Johnson 1390 (-762)
16. Jill George 1108 (-1044)
17. Brandon Sheppard 1046 (-1106)
18. Josh Richards 974 (-1178)
19. Jared Hawkins 968 (-1184)
20. Steve Shaver 934 (-1218)

The World of Outlaws Late Model Series is brought to fans across the country by many important sponsors and partners, including Arizona Sport Shirts (Official Apparel Company), Armor All (Official Car Care Products), Gravely Tractors (Official Lawn Equipment), Hoosier Racing Tires (Official Racing Tires), STP (Official Fuel Treatment), Vicci (Official Uniform), VP Racing Fuel (Official Racing Fuel), DirtonDirt.com (Hard Charger Award) and McCarthy’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning (Raye Vest Memorial Pill Draw Award); in addition to contingency sponsors Butlerbuilt, Cometic Gaskets, Comp Cams, Dominator Race Products, Eibach Springs, JE Pistons, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, MSD Ignition, Ohlins Shocks, QuarterMaster, Roush Yates Performance Parts, Superflow Dynos, Wix Filter, Wrisco Aluminum and XS Power Racing Batteries; along with manufacturer sponsors Integra Shocks, GRT Chassis, Jake’s Carts, Longacre, Racing Electronics, Rocket Chassis, TNT Rescue, and Warrior Chassis.


LIVE UPDATES: 5/31 at Delaware International Speedway

News, notes and results from the Fulton Bank 50…
No. 5 for Lanigan

Darrell Lanigan continued to dominate the WoO LMS, charging forward from the sixth starting spot to win the Fulton Bank 50. He overtook Austin Hubbard for the lead on lap 18 and never looked back, rolling to a 1.940-second triumph over Hubbard.

It’s the fifth win of the season for Lanigan, the only driver with more than one win through 15 events.

Fulton Bank 50 Finish: 1. Darrell Lanigan, 2. Austin Hubbard, 3. Rick Eckert, 4. Ricky Elliott, 5. Shane Clanton, 6. Tim McCreadie, 7. Chub Frank, 8. David Williams, 9. Tim Fuller, 10. Clint Smith, 11. Vic Coffey, 12. Pat Doar, 13. Rob Schirmer, 14. Bub McCool, 15. Donnie Lingo Jr., 16. Jamie Lathroum, 17. Dale Lingo IV, 18. Kent Robinson, 19. Gregg Satterlee, 20. Kenny Pettyjohn, 21. Darryl Hills, 22. Richard Jarvis Jr., 23. Mark Byram, 24. John Lobb

Eckert on the pole

9:35 p.m. – With the B-Mains complete (Ricky Elliott and Tim Fuller were the winners), most of the A-Main starters are now checking out the racetrack that promoter Charlie Cathell manicured with his grader.

Rick Eckert will start from the pole position after the top-two finishers from each heat redrew a short time ago. The defending WoO LMS champion will be shooting for a virtual replay of the tour’s 2011 event at DIS, in which he blasted off the outside pole to lead the entire distance.

The outside polesitter will be Austin Hubbard, the 20-year-old who hails from just up the road in Seaford, Del. This will be by far Hubbard’s best opportunity to win his home track’s WoO LMS event. In four previous World of Outlaws starts here his best starting spot was ninth (in ’09, when he finished 17th) and his top finish was fourth (in ’10, when he started 19th).

Fulton Bank 50 Starting Lineup

Row 1: Rick Eckert/Austin Hubbard
Row 2: Jamie Lathroum/Tim McCreadie
Row 3: Chub Frank/Darrell Lanigan
Row 4: Bub McCool/Gregg Satterlee
Row 5: Shane Clanton/David Williams
Row 6: Pat Doar/Vic Coffey
Row 7: Richard Jarvis Jr./Donnie Lingo Jr.
Row 8: Kenny Pettyjohn/Darryl Hills
Row 9: Ricky Elliott/Tim Fuller
Row 10: Dale Lingo IV/John Lobb
Row 11: Mark Byram/Rob Schirmer
Row 12: Clint Smith/Kent Robinson

The WoO LMS provisional spots go to Clint Smith and rookie Kent Robinson, whose night took a turn for the worse during qualifying when engine trouble forced him into a backup car for his heat.

Brady Smith flips

9:05 p.m. – The big news from the qualifying heats was the wild ride taken during the third prelim by Brady Smith, whose car rolled several times off the wall-less turns one and two.

“I went into one, got my car over the berm, and she tipped over,” said Smith, whose two previous WoO LMS visits to DIS resulted in runner-up finishes. “I went over at least a couple times. It was a pretty rough one. I got a little headache, but I’m O.K.”

Smith said his Team Zero by Bloomquist car sustained a broken rearend in the accident, and he figures there’s plenty more damage beyond that. He’s done for the night and will take stock of the machine when he gets back to Rick Eckert’s Pennsylvania shop, where he’ll work tomorrow in preparation for the beginning of Appalachian Mountain Speedweek.

The flip was the second of Smith’s career; his first came last year during the Firecracker 100 weekend at Lernerville Speedway. It also wasn’t the way he wanted to dive back into his dirt Late Model schedule. This was just his ninth start of the season — and only his third since February’s DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park.

The heat races were won by Jamie Lathroum, Darrell Lanigan, Bub McCool (who outdueled Chub Frank in the best prelim of the night) and Rick Eckert. Full results can be found here.

Jammin’ Jamie

7:55 p.m. – Jamie Lathroum of Mechanicsville, Md., who scored an upset victory in the 2009 WoO LMS event at DIS, registered his first career fast-time honor on the tour with a lap of 18.257 seconds. He’ll start on the pole of the first of four 10-lap qualifying heat races that is about to take the green flag.

For complete Ohlins Shocks Time Trials results, click here.

Girl power

WoO LMS traveler Jill George of Cedar Falls, Iowa, is absent from tonight’s action as she regroups following her vicious accident last Saturday night at West Virginia’s Tyler County Speedway (she’s still sore, but she’s back seeing patients at her chiropractic office), but there’s still a female representative in the field. And this lady has already made her mark at Delaware International.

053112_DISStaciStaci Warrington, a 21-year-old DIS regular from Milton, Del., will carry her gender’s torch tonight. She won last Saturday night’s dirt Late Model feature here, so she enters her home track’s biggest full-fender show of the year with plenty of confidence.

“I feel pretty good,” said Warrington, who is in her fifth season behind the wheel of a dirt Late Model. “We ran good on Saturday, but this is a tough field.”

Warrington has four career wins at DIS. She has entered the last four WoO LMS events at the speedway, but she’s fallen short of the A-Main in each attempt. Her best effort came in 2010, when she timed ninth-fastest — the best time-trial performance a female has turned in on the WoO LMS — and came up two spots short of transferring through the B-Main.

Ready to go

7:00 p.m. – Thirty-four cars are signed in for tonight’s action, and all the machines are now rolling onto the half-mile oval to pack the surface. Delaware International is, of course, known for its top-notch clay and fine track preparation by promoter Charlie Cathell.

Fishing trip

5:25 p.m. – While sitting in the WoO LMS trailer to register moments ago, rookie Bub McCool reported that on Wednesday he and his crew went surf-fishing with Schaeffer’s Oil rep Alan Bradley along the Atlantic Ocean on Assateague Island, not far from Delaware International Speedway on the Maryland/Virginia border. They didn’t fare very well.

“I learned I’m no good at surf-fishing,” McCool quipped of the discipline that involves casting lines while standing in the shoreline surf. “I didn’t catch anything. All I know is that we had to stay up till 4 in the morning to get the car done because we spent the day fishing.”

McCool parked his hauler during the off days at the Seaford, Del., shop of 2010 WoO LMS Rookie of the Year Austin Hubbard, who will make his first WoO LMS start since February tonight.

Pits filling up

4:45 p.m. – More than 20 cars have already rolled into the Delaware International pit area, including 13 WoO LMS travelers (Lanigan, Eckert, Frank, Clanton, McCreadie, Coffey, Clint Smith, McCool, Doar, Kent Robinson, Fuller, Sullivan and Lobb); regional standouts such as Brady Smith of Solon Springs, Wis., Gregg Satterlee of Rochester Mills, Pa., and Jeremy Miller of Gettysburg, Pa.; and Delaware talents Austin Hubbard, Ricky Elliott, Mark Byram, Donald Lingo Jr. and Staci Warrington, a young female racer who scored her fourth career dirt Late Model victory here last Saturday night.

Brady Smith plans to run the Appalachian Mountain Speedweek that begins tomorrow night in Pennsylvania, so he decided to make the haul east one day early to compete in tonight’s program. He finished second in both the 2009 and 2010 WoO LMS events at DIS.

Delaware hospitality

With three off days for the WoO LMS after Sunday’s program at I-77 Raceway Park in Ripley, W.Va., several teams stayed on the road. Three drivers — Kennedy Motorsports teammates John Lobb and Shane Clanton and 2011 Rookie of the Year Pat Doar — spent the time working on their equipment in Georgetown, Del., at the shop of Lobb’s chief mechanic Ross Robinson.

Robinson, a 22-year-old who was a dirt Late Model regular at Delaware International from 2007-2010 and will enter tonight’s action in a family-owned car (see story on Robinson here), and his parents were spectacular hosts to their guests. His mother, Kim, provided them a couple nights of home-cooked meals, including hot dogs, hamburgers and chicken on Tuesday and a lasagna dinner on Wednesday.

Picture-perfect day

3:45 p.m. – You couldn’t ask for better weather than Delaware International Speedway promoter Charlie Cathell has ordered up for tonight’s WoO LMS program. It’s partly sunny and about 80 degrees with a gentle breeze at the moment, and forecasts call for temperatures in the low 60s and no chance of rain tonight.

Haulers and fans are currently lining up outside the DIS gates, which will open at 4 p.m. Ticket-booths at Delaware are of the drive-thru variety, meaning race teams and spectators buy their grandstand and pit tickets from the comfort of their rigs and cars as they enter the grounds.

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