2009 Tri-County 150 NASCAR Camping World East Series.jpg
Held on April 25, 2009 at Tri-County Motor Speedway in Hudson, NC
165 L, 66 M, 106.26 KM - Extended by Green-White-Checkered

RESULTS
Fin St # Driver Sponsor Make Laps Led Status Pts
1 3 18 Matt DiBenedetto Joe Gibbs Driven Toyota 165 75 running
2 4 3 Austin Dillon Mom 'N' Pop's Country Ham Chevy 165 15 running
3 1 38 Alan Tardiff Bestway Disposal Chevy 165 16 running
4 10 88 Jody Lavender H&R Block Chevy 165 0 running
5 9 03 Patrick Long AASCO Motorsports Chevy 165 0 running
6 2 9 Trevor Bayne DaveDavisMotorsports.com Chevy 165 0 running
7 7 4 Dakoda Armstrong Ken Schrader Racing Chevy 165 0 running
8 16 7 Ryan Duff Pine Branch Coal Chevy 165 0 running
9 15 39 Dustin Delaney Delaney Infrastructure Chevy 165 0 running
10 6 40 Matt Kobyluck Mohegan Sun Chevy 165 59 running
11 22 17 Jason Patison Lucas Oil, E3 Chevy 165 0 running
12 8 71 Eddie MacDonald Grimm Construction Chevy 165 0 running
13 19 52 Kyle Fowler Georgia Western Chevy 165 0 running
14 21 37 Alex Kennedy Media Master Chevy 165 0 running
15 13 35 Steve Park Waste Management Chevy 165 0 running
16 20 00 Ryan Truex NAPA Toyota 165 0 running
17 14 29 Ryan Gifford Shell, Pennzoil Chevy 165 0 running
18 11 63 John Salemi John Salemi Racing Chevy 165 0 running
19 24 12 Antonio Perez Chivas, Telmex Dodge 164 0 Running
20 23 61 Dominick Casola A.Casola Farms Chevy 164 0 Running
21 12 72 Jason Cochran Cochran Realty Chevy 164 0 Running
22 17 16 Jonathan Smith Fadden Racing Chevy 163 0 Running
23 5 44 Brett Moffitt BrettMoffitt.com Chevy 162 0 Running
24 26 94 Kristin Bumbera Wide Open Energy Drink Dodge 162 0 Running
25 25 10 Matt Kurzejewski American Campus Communities Dodge 147 0 Accident
26 18 23 Jarit Johnson Jarit Johnson Racing Chevy 130 0 Engine
RACE DATA
Failed to Qualify:
Time of Race: 1h:08:43
Fast Qualifier: Alan Tardiff - 16.562 sec.
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Margin of Victory: 0.340 seconds
Average Speed: 86.946 mph
Cautions: 8 for 43 laps - 1 13-16 #44 - Spin - Turn 2; 2 32-35 #52 - Spin - Turn 3 3 54-61 #29 - Spin - Turn 2 4 96-100 #71 - Spin - Turn 2 5 109-112 #16 - Spin - Backstretch 6 142-146 Debris 7 149-155 #10 - Stalled - Turn 1 8 157-162 Multi-Car Spin - Turn 2
Lead Changes: 8 among 4 drivers - Laps Driver 1-16 Alan Tardiff 17-75 Matt Kobyluck 76-101 Matt DiBenedetto 102-113 Austin Dillon 114-146 Matt DiBenedetto 147 Austin Dillon 148-162 Matt DiBenedetto 163-164 Austin Dillon 165 Matt DiBenedetto
STATISTICALLY SPEAKING
* Jody Lavender finished a solid 4th and left the track with two personal accomplishments. For the first time in his NASCAR Touring career, Lavender led the points standings. Also, by virtue of having finishing 2nd at Greenville, Lavender recorded back to back top-five finishes for the first time in his career.
  • A number of drivers recorded their best career finishes in this race (counting drivers with four or more starts): Alan Tardiff (3rd), Ryan Duff (8th), and Dustin Delaney (9th). For Duff and Delaney, it was their first ever finish in the top-ten.
  • In addition to Duff and Delaney, Dakoda Armstrong (7th - second career start) cracked the top-ten for the first time. Patrick Long, also making just his second career start, finished 5th for his first career top-five.
  • Matt Kobyluck faded late after leading nearly sixty laps during this event. However, clinging to a 10th place finish allowed Kobyluck to extend his series-leading top-ten streak to fourteen races.