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Chase Elliott Scores First Win in Aaron’s Dream Machine Late Model
Appropriately enough, the rear bumper of Chase Elliott’s No. 9 Aaron’s Lucky Dog Dream Machine reads, “Nobody beats Aaron’s.” Thirteen-year-old Elliott backed that up Saturday night at Lanier National Speedway (Braselton, Ga.) when he won his first career Late Model race in only seven starts. After running second to his Bill Elliott Racing teammate Casey Roderick for 96 laps, Elliott took the lead and cruised to the win at his “home track” in the Georgia Asphalt Series (GAS) Super Six 100, just in time to give his mom, Cindy Elliott, the perfect Mother’s Day gift.