Sunoco Road to Wheatland Continues with Mid-Atlantic Triple Header


The Sunoco Road to Wheatland continues through the Mid-Atlantic region beginning with the historic Georgetown Speedway in Delaware on Friday April 26. The series will then travel to Hagerstown Speedway in Maryland on Saturday April 27 and conclude the three-race weekend at Port Royal Speedway in Pennsylvania on Sunday April 28. 

The Sunoco Road to Wheatland has been a long-standing incentive program that rewards drivers following the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. The Sunoco Road to Wheatland program will pay bonuses to the top 15 drivers in the championship standings with perfect attendance at the Lucas Oil Show-Me 100 at Lucas Oil Speedway in May. The championship point leader will receive $2,500, with 2nd through 15th in the standings also receiving a bonus.

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“We are very grateful for what Sunoco Race Fuels does to support the series and giving generously to the racers that support the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series,” stated Wayne Castleberry, Sales and Marketing for Lucas Oil Motorsports.

A tight points battle among the top five drivers shows Ricky Thornton Jr. atop the Big River Steel Chase for the Championship – presented by ARP standings, followed by Jonathan Davenport and Devin Moran. Hudson O’Neal and Mike Marlar. 

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