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Chiodo And Case Win Mildred Williams Legs

Published: October 4, 2009 2:34 pm ET

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A patient pocket trip for Pesto Hanover proved promising in the first leg of the Mildred Williams International Driving Series final held Sunday at Harrah's Chester Racetrack, propelling Stacy Chiodo to a brief lead in the standings.

The 32-year-old reinswoman from Jackson, NJ sat off dueling leaders Blowout Hanover and Dees Last Man, angling off the pegs on the far turn and drawing clear late to win in 1:53.4. Trade Boss (Kelly Case) rallied for second, and Dees Last Man (Elisabeth Jansen) held third.

Chiodo's lead was short-lived, though, as Kelly Case took the second race with Move It Move It in a lifetime best 1:56.4 over Mignon (Elisabeth Jansen) and The Mad Duke (Anita Valstad). The win propelled the 47-year-old Florida resident to the lead in the standings with 31 points, over Anita Valstad with 27.

Standings through four races are:

Kelly Case - 31
Anita Valstad - 27
Stacy Chiodo - 24
Ann Karin Larsen - 23
Elisabeth Jansen - 20
Doreen Dailey - 18
Megan Fortna - 15
Tammy MacKay - 6

The fifth and final leg of the Mildred Williams International Driving Series final will be held later today at Harrington Raceway.

(Harrah’s Chester Racetrack)

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