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STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA (October 6, 2019) – Four $1,000-to win championships were decided on Saturday night at the Delta Speedway presented by Financial Center Credit Union with Stockton’s Caden Sarale completing the long-anticipated sweep of Super 600 and Non Wing for 2019. He is joined by a well-deserved Restricted title for Logan Trevino and Lucas Mauldin closing out a dominating Jr. Sprints title on the 1/7th mile dirt track at the San Joaquin County Fairgrounds.

In the Super 600 feature, Mitchel Moles spun from the pole position on the opening lap. The incident thrust 2018 champ Nikko Panella into the lead. Moles then suffered a flip in turn two that ended his night prematurely. An incident on lap 12 for Brian Gilbert set up a restart that allowed Caeden Steele to nab the lead from Panella on lap 15. Panella and Corey Day made contact in turn four on the following lap that sent Panella onto his lid. Steele spun from the lead on lap 26 which allowed Corey Day to take over.

Day never looked back for his second career Super 600 victory at Delta Speedway for $500, followed by Brad Hannum, 2017 champion Jake Andreotti, Cody Key, and the new 2019 champion Caden Sarale.

Sarale and Moles were a big part of the Non-Wing feature as well. Sarale led the first five laps from the pole before Moles led lap six. Dave Mosier spun for a caution on lap 23 and Austin Stone was relegated to the infield during the caution. Moles maintained his advantage over Sarale to score a strong 1.432 second win worth $500. Former champ Brandon Carey finished third ahead of Cody Gray and Chad Laughton.

Sarale closed out the sweep of Super 600 and Non-Wing to bring the young Stockton driver to four track championships in his career. He had five total points paying wins to go with 23 top-fives and 25 top-tens in 26 starts. He cleared Moles in the Super 600 championship by 86 markers while clearing Carey and Laughton by 102 points in the Non-Wing fight.

Grass Valley’s Izaak Sharp led the first lap of the Restricted main event before surrendering the top spot to Friday’s Dixon winner Gauge Garcia. Jade Avedisian and Nate Matherly tangled on the backstretch which ended Avedisian’s night and dashed her title hopes. Garcia had a brief scare when he tried to avoid Jackson Kohler who was pulling into the infield, but he was able to maintain the lead.

An incident on lap 24 involved both Austin and Hailey Wood and required a one lap shootout to the finish. Garcia held the lead for the final lap for the $300-win, topping Devon Courtnier, tenth starting James Andrichuk, Logan Trevino, and Oregon’s Ashton Torgerson. Trevino’s fourth place finish clinched the championship by 39 points over Courtnier with Avedisian and Jeffrey Pahule rounding out a closely matched top four drivers in 2019.

Lucas Mauldin of Rancho Murieta won his eighth Jr. Sprint main event and the championship on Saturday night. Second in points Kyle Fernandez and Mauldin battled early in the 20-lap feature. Fernandez led the first four laps before Mauldin took over in lapped traffic. Mauldin grabbed the narrow victory for $200 with Fernandez on his heels. Kellan Harper finished third after starting eighth. Jett Barnes and Colton Key rounded out the top-five.

The championships serve as the precursor for the prestigious Turkey Bowl XIX, with the 19th running of the two-day classic scheduled for October 25th and 26th.

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Delta Speedway presented by Financial Center Credit Union also thanks Interstate Truck Center, Lovotti Air, Van De Pol Petroleum, Von Euw Trucking, Starr Property Management, Performance Electronics, Price Rite Restaurant Equipment, Genova Bakery, Bruno’s Peppers, and Panella Trucking for their support.

October 5, 2019 – Championship Race
Delta Speedway – Stockton, CA

Super 600
Feature – 30 laps
1. 41-Corey Day, [5]; 2. 13H-Brad Hannum, [6]; 3. 7P-Jake Andreotti, [10]; 4. 15-Cody Key, [14]; 5. 24-Caden Sarale, [3]; 6. 87-Ashlyn Rodriguez, [16]; 7. 21-Raio Salmon, [8]; 8. 1-Travis Labat, [7]; 9. 33-Dylan Bloomfield, [18]; 10. 61-Eli Bookout, [9]; 11. 121-Caeden Steele, [4]; 12. 7-Caden Stoll, [12]; 13. 91C-Colby Greig, [17]; 14. 2-Brad Furr, [20]; 15. 73-Nikko Panella, [2]; 16. 4G-Brian Gilbert, [13]; 17. 77-Sage Bordenave, [15]; 18. 83-Mitchel Moles, [1]; (DNS) 15L-Chad Laughton, ; (DNS) 3J-Todd Job,

Non-Wing 600
Feature – 30 laps
1. 83-Mitchel Moles, [2]; 2. 32-Caden Sarale, [1]; 3. 55-Brandon Carey, [3]; 4. 04-Cody Gray, [4]; 5. 26-Chad Laughton, [7]; 6. 88-Austin Torgerson, [11]; 7. 75-Dan Mognaga, [5]; 8. 10-Johnathon Henry, [8]; 9. 3-Chris Hinkle, [20]; 10. 21-Cole Macedo, [13]; 11. 25-Matt Sargent, [10]; 12. 0-Brandon Shaw, [17]; 13. 17-Christian Hickman, [18]; 14. 76-Mike Graves, [19]; 15. 28K-Kevin Carter, [12]; 16. 33B-Brent Brooks, [16]; 17. 23L-Dave Mosier, [15]; 18. 44X-Austin Stone, [9]; 19. 87P-Jacob Tuttle, [14]; (DNS) 85-Robbie Lewis,

Restricted 600
Feature – 25 laps
1. 21-Gauge Garcia, [4]; 2. 34-Devon Courtnier, [9]; 3. 20A-James Andrichuk, [10]; 4. 7T-Logan Trevino, [6]; 5. 02-Ashton Torgerson, [3]; 6. 5-Mattix Salmon, [19]; 7. 05R-Brandon Riveira, [14]; 8. 2W-Hailey Wood, [12]; 9. 24S-Izaak Sharp, [1]; 10. 30-Isabel Barnes, [13]; 11. 10R-Rylee Whitehouse, [8]; 12. 14-Josh Pierson, [17]; 13. 2A-Austin Wood, [2]; 14. 20-Otto Perreira, [20]; 15. 73J-Jackson Kohler, [11]; 16. 61-Wyatt Bookout, [18]; 17. 44X-Jeffery Pahule, [16]; 18. 19-Nate Matherly, [5]; 19. 14J-Jade Avedisian, [7]; 20. 83K-Colin Kirby, [15]; (DNS) 3T-Thomas Vo,

Jr. Sprints
Feature – 20 laps
1. 55X-Lucas Mauldin, [3]; 2. 77K-Kyle Fernandez, [1]; 3. 5-Kellan Harper, [8]; 4. 55-Jett Barnes, [2]; 5. 63-Colton Key, [9]; 6. 76-Triton OBrien, [5]; 7. 16-Blake Lawson, [7]; 8. 19-Andrew Hintz, [6]; 9. 25-Logan Taylor, [4]; 10. 20-Jonathan Andrichuk, [10]; 11. 98-Hayden Stepps, [11]; 12. 2-Freddie Furr, [14]; 13. 3C-Cynric Vo, [13]; (DNS) 25R-Brody Rubio, ; (DNS) 10P-Peyton Whitehouse,

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