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RUHLMANRULES SUPER LATE MODELS AT STATELINE
NY - Chad Ruhlman ruled the Super Late Model division at Stateline Speedway Saturday.
Ruhlman took advantage of his start on the pole and was able to successfully fend off Matt Urban and Pat McGuire the entire 25 laps. Urban tried to pass Ruhlman on the outside several times, but couldn'tget the job done and had to settle for second place with McGuire taking third.
Ruhlman currently leads the all important points race at Stateline. He was only 11 points ahead of Urban before the feature began. The win should give him a comfort zone for the lead.
It was a family affair as brothers Brian and Chad Ruhiman finished a five-lap grudge dash in a Super Late Model contest to see which brother was the fastest. Younger brother Chad got an earlyjump on elder brother Brian in turn one of the first lap and never let up until he claimed the checkered flag.
Limited Late Model action saw John Losey power by Mike Moore to grab an early lead. Losey held the lead for five laps until he was passed by Ron Olson. There was nothing the rest of the field could do except chase him as drove home for the win. Pat McGuire finished second with Kevin Decker just edging out John Losey for third.
Gary Foster picked up yet another feature win in the Budweiser Super Sportsman division. Foster started in third position and was able to get by Don Stanley early in the race. Don McGuire finished second with Cris Dahlgren taking third.
Greg Johnson caught a break in the first Cadet feature after
tire and was still able to fend off the field. Dennis Beardsley held on for second place with Shane Jones capturing third.
Rick Thompson received a great anniversary present as he grabbed a win in the third Spectator feature. Chris Sutton was chasing Thompson for second place until he spun out on the final lap. Andy Clark finished in second place with Dave Hess, Jr. coming in third.