Sheppard & Toth Prove 9’s Are Lucky Wednesday At Delaware International Speedway

Information By: DELAWARE INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY – DELMAR, DE – The number 9 was lucky Wednesday night as Superman flew high at Delaware International for the Full Throttle Series – Messick Family 40!  Matt Sheppard held off a hard-charging Ryan Godown to pick up the $4,000 pay day.

At only 16-years-old, and with just four races to his Crate Modified résumé, Joe Toth, stole the show with an impressive win over Dwayne Crockett in the 602 Sportsman Division.

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Quick Results –

Modified: 1 – Matt Sheppard 2- Ryan Godown 3- Craig VonDohren 4- HJ Bunting 5 – Anthony Perrego 6- Rick Laubach 7- Billy Pauch Jr. 8- Ryan Watt 9 – Jim Britt 10- Mike Gular 11- Jo Jo Watson 12- Shawn Ward 13- Brad Trice 14- Scott VanGorder 15- Kevin Sockriter 16- Ron Roberts 17- Brandon Watkins – 38 Laps 18- Duane Howard – 32 Laps 19- Jeff Brown – 30 Laps 20- Jamie Mills – 25 Laps 21- Kevin Gardner – 22 Laps 22- Michael White – 19 Laps 23- Jordan Watson – 6 Laps 24- Jimmy Horton – 5 Laps

Did Not Qualify

Matt Hawkins, Kenneth Peek, Mark Byram, Jordn Justice, Bobby Watkins, Carson Wright, Dale Hawkins, Clay Tatman, Robert Dutton, Brian Hitz

602 Sportsman 1- Joe Toth 2- Dwayne Crockett 3- Jeremy Harrington 4- Stephen Kemery 5- Ryan Riddle 6- Erik Kormann 7- Tom Moore Jr 8- John Stevenson 9- John Calloway 10- Sean Metz 11- Jeff Marker 12- Trent VanVorst – 19 Laps 13- Adam White – 17 Laps 14- Brad Roberts – 17 Laps 16- Tommy Wilkins – 17 Laps 16- Jordan Long – 16 Laps 17- Freddy Massey – 10 Laps 18- Nick Alberti – 5 Laps 19- Matt Smith – 4 Laps 20- David Graham – 3 Laps

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