STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA (April 7, 2019) – Delta Speedway presented by Financial Center Credit Union ushered in the 2019 season with their first points race attracting nearly 100 entries at the 1/7th mile dirt oval. Leading the charge was 2018 Super 600 runner-up Raio Salmon and former Non Wing champion Brandon Carey both scoring strong victories.

Carey’s win came over a Non-Wing turnout that included 39 cars. Four heat races and two b-mains narrowed the field to 22 starters for the 30 lap feature. 2018 series runner-up Caden Sarale led the first seven laps of the race with company from Carey. A caution on lap six set up Carey’s opportunity to take the lead. The race stayed green for much of the contest. A brief caution for a spin on lap 26 gave fellow former champion Dan Mognaga a shot at Carey but he was unable to take the top spot. Carey paced Mognaga by .756 across the stripe for the $500 win ahead of 2018 champion Tj Smith, Sarale, and 2014 Super 600 champion Travis Labat.

Raio Salmon used her signature bottom feeding moves to lead all 30 laps for the $500 Super 600 win. Former track champion Jake Andreotti tried to run the top throughout the feature to challenge but wasn’t able to make any head way. 2018 champion Nikko Panella had a hard crash into the turn four wall on lap 23 to surrender fourth position on the track. Brad Hannum made some late moves to advance from fifth up to third on the top side. 15 of the 16 starters finished on the lead lap with Salmon winning by .389 seconds ahead of Andreotti, Hannum, double-duty racer Sarale, and Keith Day, Jr.

Logan Trevino won the Restricted feature by leading the final 16 laps of the 25 lap main event. The race paid $300 to win. 21 Restricted drivers were in action with pole sitter Jeffrey Pahule, Jr. pacing the early action. An incident involving Jackson Kohler and Sage Bordenave slowed things on lap one. Trevino took over the lead on lap nine with Pahule settling into second. A series of cautions did not deter Trevino as he took a .888 second victory with Pahule topping Reilee Phillips for second. Devon Courtnier and Mattox Salmon rounded out the top-five.

Jr. Sprints had one of their best turnouts for a points race in recent memory with 17 entries ready to do battle. A flip for newcomer Axle Scroggins slowed things down on the first lap in turn three. Lucas Mauldin came from sixth on the grid to lead on lap four ahead of Peyton Whitehouse. Another incident on lap ten brought the field together, but Mauldin managed to pull away from Cotlon Key for a strong advantage the finish. Kyle Fernandez, TK O’Brien, and Whitehouse finished up the top-five in the $200 to win race.

Delta Speedway’s championship points competition continues on April 20th!

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April 6, 2019 – Points Race #1
Delta Speedway – Stockton, CA

Super 600 (19 cars)
Feature – 30 laps
1. 21-Raio Salmon, [1]; 2. 7P-Jake Andreotti, [2]; 3. 13H-Brad Hannum, [6]; 4. 24-Caden Sarale, [3]; 5. 22-Keith Day Jr., [16]; 6. 17-Rickey Sanders, [4]; 7. 38-Mike Barnes, [9]; 8. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez, [8]; 9. 21K-Kyle Mentch, [11]; 10. 33-Dylan Bloomfield, [10]; 11. 32A-Colton Huelsmann, [12]; 12. 2-Brad Furr, [15]; 13. 1ST-Lee Brewer, [18]; 14. 55T-Allan Taylor, [17]; 15. 12-Alex Panella, [5]; 16. 83C-Paul Alaorre, [13]; 17. 73-Nikko Panella, [7]; 18. 15-Cody Key, [14]; (DNS) 45S-Hayden Siach,

Non-Wing 600 (39 cars)
Feature – 30 laps
1. 55-Brandon Carey, [2]; 2. 75-Dan Mognaga, [5]; 3. 14-Tyler Smith, [7]; 4. 32-Caden Sarale, [1]; 5. 2-Travis Labat, [3]; 6. 33B-Brent Brooks, [4]; 7. 76-Mike Graves, [11]; 8. 85-Robbie Lewis, [6]; 9. 26-Chad Laughton, [12]; 10. 20-Dalton Hill, [13]; 11. 15X-Michael Laughton, [8]; 12. 4Q-Koen Shaw, [14]; 13. 1C-Danny Carroll, [15]; 14. 15-Randy Sims, [9]; 15. 25XXX-Matt Sargent, [17]; 16. 3R-Nick Robfogel, [18]; 17. 3M-Adam Kaeding, [22]; 18. 23L-Dave Mosier, [19]; 19. 1*-Clinton Heck, [20]; 20. 17D-Angelina Dempsey, [16]; 21. 28K-Kevin Carter, [21]; 22. 7M-Blake McGourty, [10]

Restricted 600 (21 cars)
Feature – 25 laps
1. 7T-Logan Trevino, [5]; 2. 44X-Jeffery Pahule, [1]; 3. 88-Reilee Phillips, [2]; 4. 34-Devon Courtnier, [6]; 5. 5-Mattix Salmon, [11]; 6. 19-Nate Matherly, [7]; 7. 20A-James Andrichuk, [10]; 8. 2-Brody Petrie, [8]; 9. 25B-Blaine Baxter, [12]; 10. 88T-Matthew Tatoole, [14]; 11. 05R-Brandon Rivera, [9]; 12. 2A-Austin Wood, [4]; 13. 10R-Rylee Whitehouse, [16]; 14. 83K-Colin Kirby, [20]; 15. 30-Isabel Barnes, [3]; 16. 20-Otto Perreira, [21]; 17. 2W-Hailey Wood, [13]; 18. 11M-Robert Mori III, [18]; 19. 3T-Thomas Vo, [19]; 20. 77-Sage Bordenave, [17]; 21. 73J-Jackson Kohler, [15]

Jr. Sprints (17 cars)
Feature – 20 laps
1. 55X-Lucas Mauldin, [6]; 2. 51-Colton Key, [8]; 3. 77K-Kyle Fernandez, [3]; 4. 76-Triton OBrien, [2]; 5. 10P-Peyton Whitehouse, [1]; 6. 98-Hayden Stepps, [13]; 7. 5-Kellan Harper, [7]; 8. 88M-Makayla Tatoole, [14]; 9. 19-Andrew Hintz, [9]; 10. 38-Mason Smith, [12]; 11. 2-Freddie Furr, [11]; 12. 20-Jonathan Andrichuk, [4]; 13. 25-Logan Taylor, [17]; 14. 25R-Brody Rubio, [10]; 15. 58-Axle Scroggins, [5]; (DNS) 3C-Cynric Vo, ; (DNS) 4M-Mavrick Pedroni,

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