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Matt Campbell wins fourth career 358 sprint main and Kurt Zimmerman leads all the way for All American Outlaw win

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 5/30/2015 ¨C Anytime Brian Montieth is on track at Lincoln Speedway, there is never a lack of entertainment.

Montieth didn¡¯t disappoint again Saturday night as he came from his 11th starting spot to score the win in the 25-lap 410 Sprint car feature.

But it wasn¡¯t quite as easy as it might read on paper as the four time track champion raced past Gerard McIntyre, Jr. to take the lead on lap 19 but fell back to third a lap later after making contact with the inside guardrail.

But it didn¡¯t faze the Phoenixville driver as he stormed back into the lead two laps later and drove off to pick up his 48th career track win and fourth this season in the Pigeon Hills.

¡°We had a good start,¡° stated the driver of the Jerry Parrish owned No. 21 sprint. ¡°This type of narrow track and anybody knows on a Saturday night like this, anybody can win the thing. If it wasn¡¯t for lapped traffic, I don¡¯t think we would have caught the leaders in that first set.¡±

Brandon Rahmer led the first five laps before yielding to McIntyre exiting the second turn. While McIntyre set the pace, Rahmer had his hands full with Adam Wilt, Cory Haas and Montieth who was marching his way to the front.

Wilt took over second place after nine laps with Haas and Montieth getting by Rahmer a lap later.

Montieth took third place from Haas on lap 15 as all top four cars ran under a blanket.

Montieth then disposed of Wilt on the 18th lap for second place with a slider in turn three and then made the same move to take the lead from McIntyre a lap later.

The lead was quick-lived as Montieth brushed the wall and immediately fell back to third place with McIntyre reclaiming the top spot.

But Montieth was not to be denied as he regrouped and two laps later retook the lead and raced to his seventh overall win this season.

¡°I gotta give 110 percent because my boys give 110 percent,¡± Montieth said of his hard working crew. ¡°The last couple of weeks I¡¯ve had to work seven days a week and have been barely getting here on time so to be able to get in this thing and be comfortable is the key. It¡¯s all done in the garage and I¡¯m just the glorified guy standing here.¡±

Wilt was able to fight his way around McIntyre with three laps to go to finish in the runner-up spot with 10th starting Danny Dietrich coming on strong to finish in the third spot.

McIntyre faded to fourth at the checkered flag ahead of Haas with Jim Siegel, Tyler Ross, Tim Glatfelter, Austin Hogue and Robbie Kendall completing the top 10 finishers.

Heats for the 28 410¡¯s were won by McIntyre, Glatfelter and Haas, with Billy Dietrich winning the consolation.

Seventh-starting Matt Campbell picked up his fourth career win in the 20-lap 358 Sprint car feature.

Third-starting CJ Tracy set the pace through the first eight laps, before Campbell took the lead following a lap eight restart. Tracy regained the lead on the 13th lap, but, a flat tire on the restart, handed the lead back to Campbell, who ran unchallenged the final laps to pick-up his first win of the 2015 season.

358 Sprint point leader Doug Hammaker came from 11th to finish second, followed by Brie Hershey, 10th starting Jeff Rohrbaugh and Jeff Halligan.

Completing the top 10 were Todd Rittenhouse, Jr. 19th starting Chandler Leiby, Brian Allman, Cody Fletcher and last week¡¯s winner Cole Young.

Heats for the 27 358¡¯s were won by Tracy, Lucas Montgomery and Hershey.

Kurt Zimmerman led all 20 laps to score the win in the All American Outlaw feature.

Zimmerman started on the pole and held off teammate Rich Hulson to pick up the win with Jim Chenoweth, Dylan Keim and Carnie Fryfogle rounding out the top five finishers.

Lincoln Speedway swings right back into action this Wednesday night, June 3rd, with a special mid-week show featuring the return of the AMSOIL USAC Sprints along with the 358/360 Challenge that will include there make©\up from 2014 rained out racing program. Racing action gets underway at 7 PM, with gates opening at 5 PM.

Then next Saturday night, June 6th, it will be another big night at the Pigeon Hills oval with the annual running of JOHN GLEIM JR. EXCAVATING NIGHT which includes the special ¡°DIRT CLASSIC¡± QUALIFIER for the 410 Sprints ($7,000 to win) plus 358 Sprints. Time trials get underway at 7:30 PM, with gates opening at 5:30 PM.

To get all the latest news, results, schedule changes and rule changes, visit Lincoln Speedway's website at to stay up-to-date on all the action or pending weather conditions at Central Pennsylvania's "Premier" Saturday night race track - The Fabulous Lincoln Speedway.

Sat., May 30, 2015
Abbottstown, PA
Lawrence Chevrolet 410 SPRINTS
410 SPRINT FEATURE FINISH (25 Laps) ¨C 1. 21-Brian Montieth; 2. 15-Adam Wilt; 3. 48-Danny Dietrich; 4. 16-Gerard McIntyre, Jr.; 5-11C-Cory Haas; 6. 59-Jim Siegel; 7. 5-Tyler Ross; 8. 38-Tim Glatfelter; 9. 52-Austin Hogue; 10. 55K-Robbie Kendall; 11. 87-Alan Krimes; 12. 88-Brandon Rahmer; 13. 99M-Kyle Moody; 14. 51-Freddie Rahmer; 15. 44-Chase Dietz; 16. 69H-Shane Hoff; 17. 35-Steve Owings; 18. 8-Bill Dietrich; 19. 2w-Glenndon Forsythe; 20. 21T-Scott Fisher; 21. 1*-Tim Wagaman; 22. 74-Dwayne Gutshall; 23. 3B-Randy Baughman (DNF); 24. 92-Niki Young (DNF). No Time

Lap Leaders ¨C Brandon Rahmer (1-5), Gerard McIntyre, Jr. (6-20), Brian Montieth (21-25)

410 Sprint Heat One Finish (10 laps/6 qualify) - 1. 16-Gerard McIntyre, Jr.; 2. 59-Jim Siegel; 3. 87-Alan Krimes; 4. 5-Tyler Ross; 5. 1*-Tim Wagaman; 6. 74-Dwayne Gutshall; 7. 8-Bill Dietrich; 8. 35-Steve Owings; 9. 91-David Quakenbush. Time 2:17.73

410 Sprint Heat Two Finish (10 laps/6 qualify) - 1. 39-Tim Glatfelter; 2. 21-Brian Montieth; 3. 48-Danny Dietrich; 4. 55K-Robbie Kendall; 5. 44-Chase Dietz; 6. 52-Austin Hogue; 7. 3B-Randy Baughman; 8. 21T-Scott Fisher; 9. 10-Zac Eucalano (DNF). Time 2:18.01

410 Sprint Heat Three Finish (10 laps/6 qualify) - 1. 11C-Cory Haas; 2. 15-Adam Wilt; 3. 88-Brandon Rahmer; 4. Freddie Rahmer; 5. 99M-Kyle Moody; 6. 92-Niki Young; 7. 2W-Glenndon Forsythe; 8. 69H-Shane Hoff; 9. 15M-Bobby Manzingo. Time: 2:21.02

410 Sprint Consolation Finish (10 laps/6 qualify) - 1. 8-Billy Dietrich; 2. 35-Steve Owings; 3. 3B-Randy Baughman; 4. 21T-Scott Fisher; 5. 2w-Glenndon Forsythe; 6. 69H-Shane Hoff; 7. 91-David Quakenbush; 8. 15M-Danny Manzingo, 9. 10-Zach Eucalano (DNF). Time: 2:23.26

keizer aluminum wheels 358 SPRINTS
358 SPRINT FEATURE FINISH (20 laps) ¨C 1. 16-Matt Campbell; 2. 66-Doug Hammaker; 3. 97-Brie Hershey; 4. 45-Jeff Rohrbaugh; 5. 45H-Jeff Halligan; 6. 23-Todd Rittenhouse, Jr.; 7. 119-Chandler Leiby; 8. 5A-Brian Allman; 9. 66A-Cody Fletcher; 10. 17-Cole Young; 11. 90-Jordan Givler; 12. 19D-Wyatt Hinkle; 13. 28-Matt Findley; 14. 00-Chris Frank; 15. 47-Michael Hamer; 16. 21-CJ Tracy; 17. 89-Ashley Cappetta; 18. 15-Lucas Montgomery; 19. 13-Ryan Higgins; 20. 22-Nathan Prozenica; 21. 21X-Kyle Abrahams (DNF); 22. 18F-Dylan Welsh (DNF); 23. 38D-Kyle Denmyer; 24. 51N-Nick Palmerino. No Time.

Lap Leaders ¨C CJ Tracy (1-8); Matt Campbell (9-12); Tracy (13-20)

358 Sprint Heat One Finish (10 laps/6 qualify) - 1. 21-CJ Tracy; 2. 90-Jordan Givler; 3. 23-Todd Rittenhouse, Jr.; 4. 45H-Jeff Halligan; 5. 47-Michael Hamer; 6. 13- Ryan Higgins; 7. 119-Chandler Leiby; 8. 22-Nathan Prozenica; 9. 19D-Wyatt Hinkle. Time: 2:27.44

358 Sprint Heat Two Finish (10 laps/6 qualify) - 1. 15-Lucas Montgomery; 2. 17-Cole Young; 3. 51N-Nick Palmerino; 4. 16-Matt Campbell; 5. 38D-Kyle Denmyer; 6. 89-Ashley Cappetta; 7. 00-Chris Frank; 8. 18F-Dyaln Welsh; 9. 83-Cody Fairchok (DNF). Time; 2:26.06

358 Sprint Heat Three Finish (10 laps/6 qualify) - 1. 97-Brie Hershey; 2. 45-Jeff Rohrbaugh; 3. 66-Doug Hammaker; 4. 5A-Brian Allman; 5. 66A-Cody Fletcher; 6. 28-Matt Findley; 7. 21X-Kyle Abrahims; 8. 23J-Jake Eldreth (DNF); 9. 35-Tyler Esh (DNF). No Time

ALL AMERICAN OUTLAWS Feature finish (20 laps) ¨C 1. 9A-Kurt Zimmerman; 2. 40-Rich Hulson; 3. 71-Jim Chenoweth; 4. 07-Dylan Keim; 5. 89-Carnie Fryfogle; 6. 66-David Egge; 7. 21-Danny Gladhill; 8. 29-Chris Wolters; 9. 53-Tony Jorda; 10. 6S-Timothy Stem; (DNF); 11. 1-Jim Minter (DNF); 12. 01-Brad Alexander (DNF); 13. 100-Tim Fake (DNF); 14. 1N- Hunter Nester (DNF); 15. 95-Justin Cullum (DNF); 16. 99-Bryan Green (DNF); 17. 6-Randy Doty (DNF); 18. 59-Fred Cullum (DNF); 19. 13M-Gary Moreland, Sr.(DNF). No Time

Lap Leaders ¨C Kurt Zimmerman (1-20)

All American Outlaw Heat One Finish (8 laps) - 1. 9A-Kurt Zimmerman; 2. 59-Fred Cullum; 3. 1N-Hunter Hester; 4. 07-Dylan Keim. 5. 6-Randy Doty; 6. 40-Rich Hulson; 7. 89-Carnie Fryfogle; 8. 100-Tim Fake; 9. 13M-Gary Moreland, Sr. 10. 53-Tony Jorda. Time: 2:36.72

All American Outlaw Heat Two Finish (8 laps) - 1. 99-Bryan Green; 2. 6S-Timothy Stem; 3. 95-Justin Cullum; 4. 7-1Jim Chenoweth; 5. 01-Brad Alexander; 6. 66-David Egge; 7. 21-Danny Gladhill; 8. 29-Chris Wolters; 9. 1-Jim Minter (DNS). Time: 2:38.877

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Thoughts on a racing weekend gone by.....

Well folks what a weekend of racing we had here in Central PA. Every track sans Selinsgrove who had another mysterious rain out (hey they might have gotten dumped on who knows), ran incredible shows for the fans this weekend, and we saw the 2 hottest and best 410 drivers continue to show why they are who we think they are. We also where treated to an upset at Port Royal, and 2 of the future of our sport park it in victory lane in the 358 division, while a 358 champion won again at Trail Way Speedway.

Friday night I ventured back up to Williams Grove Speedway to catch the 410/358 double header. The 410's brought with them 19, yeah you read that right, 19 cars strong. Now before you even say something, I'm not a guy who gets hung up on car counts = good racing BS like everyone else does. Hell I go to Trail Way most Friday nights and they have the lowest car counts of any track in Central PA, and guess what? They normally have outstanding action.

Getting back to Williams Grove.... The 410 feature was down right breathtaking to watch. Greg Hodnett was masterful working his way through lapped traffic on his way to picking up his 7th feature win on the season in Central PA. Yes I know he has the big win down in Florida to start the season, but hey this is Central PA Racing Scene, and I only worry about Central PA. Cory Haas ran an great race leading most of the feature, but the fun was watching Greg and Brian Montieth come from mid pack 10th and 11th respectively, in a race to see who was going to get the win. I was watching them fight their way through the field and it reminded me of Maverick and know these guys......
driving their sprint cars through the field like to fighter pilots in the movie Top Gun. Yeah I know dated reference, but hey I was raised in the 80's so it fits for me.

Greg got the win after trading sliders with Haas , who put on a hell of a show trying to keep Greg at bay the last 5 laps or so, before Greg finally got that run off of turn 4 and cleared Cory for the win. Some of can say what we like about Williams Grove Speedway  but that was the best 410 feature I have personally seen there in q few years. Lucas Wolf, Montieth, and Austin Hogue (my pick on Friday night in the dollar poll) completed the top 5.

Chase Dietz would pick up his first 358 feature win in the Godfrey #5. After having motor issues opening night in the car, and having them again the 2nd week out in his heat race, Chase and that 5 car have been BAD FAST. He finished 2nd the last time the 358's where their (a close 2nd I might add) before doing that 1 better this weekend. Congrats to him and the whole team on the outstanding win. Oh and in case you didn't know, they helped raise over $1,000 to the Heather Baker Foundation. That right there should earn Chase and the whole race team a big nod on Winged Nation Tuesday #HintHint

Down at Trail Way Brad McClelland picked up his 3rd win of the season after what some have told me was a real bad slide job on Seth Kearchner, which lead to Seth hitting the wall and tearing up his car. To make things worse it was Seth's Birthday. Dwight Leppo finished 2nd, Cody Fletcher (who continues to have a strong season on the bull ring) was 3rd, Tyler Reinhardt and Isaac Sneeringer completed the top 5.

Saturday I got to watch another set of sprint car features that matched my viewing enjoyment from Friday night. Down at Lincoln Speedway Brian Montieth would pick up his 7th feature win of the season catching leader Gerard McIntyre and Adam Wilt and then cruising to the victory. McIntyre who finally showed some life after a pretty bad start to the season in the family owned 16, took the lead from Brandon Rahmer and held of a fast Adam Wilt for mot of the race, only to have Montieth catch them both, pick them off one at a time, and then watch Brian just drive away. McIntyre would fade in the last 5 laps to a 4th place finish, Danny Dietrich would claim third at the end of the feature. Was as much fun if not more watching Monteith and Dietrich slice through the field at Lincoln Saturday, but then again almost everything is more exciting at Lincoln. I tend to favor short track racing, I'm not a "Speed" guy myself, I tend to like close, hard, RACING action. If I need my speed fix I can always head to a drag strip, which for the record I have never been to in my life.

The 358 feature saw another of our feature sprint car stars finally get the monkey off his back and pick up his first win of the season. Matt Campbell would make up for last week, picking up his 6th career feature win in the division. The 358 feature was fun to watch, and felt bad for all the fans who left right after the 410 feature, but then again I always feel bad for them. CJ Tracey lead the first part of the feature and held off Campbell in a great side by side race between the 2 drivers. The actually banged wheels, heading into turn 1, and all of us sitting in the stands still cant figure out how either of the them (or both for that matter) didnt go for a serious set of flips into the turn 1 catch fence. The both not only managed to save it, but both ran each other harder coming out of turn two and down the back stretch. Matt would get the lead and Tracy would have a tire go flat under caution. The Central PA 358 Point Series presented by Capitol Renegade point leader Doug Hammaker who was having a hell of a race with Jeff Rorbaugh and 1 time winner at Williams Grove this season, Brie Hershey would come home in 2nd. Hershey, Rohrbaugh and Jeff Halligan rounded out the top 5.

Up at Port Royal Kevin Nouse would pick up his 1st 410 feature win in over 7 years at the "Speed palace". Nouse who started driving for an injured Will Rose would hold off Greg Hodnett, Brent Marks who hauled ass to get back to PA Saturday to race, and two of the young stars at Port Royal Logan Wagner and Dylan Cisney.

 Congrats to Kevin and the whole 21a team. I know how much that win means to Kevin and his family. While Kevin has not gone looking for a 410 ride, everyone knows who listened to his interview on Slingin Dirt 2 weeks ago, knows how much he enjoys running them, and loves racing at Port Royal Speedway.

Speaking of interviews on Slingin Dirt, did anyone happen to catch the great and very honest interview Thursday with Steve Buckwalter? If you didn't do yourself a favor and check it out right here . Steve was very honest on his views on what he thinks is wrong with 410 racing in Central PA. If you don't already listen to Slingin Dirt on Slicks and Sticks you better start. Trust me you might be the only person who doesn't. The past 4 weeks they have had the Central PA 358 point series leader Doug Hammaker, this weeks 410 winner from Port Royal Kevin Nouse, The Central PA 358 Point Series Champion Brad McClelland, and Steve Buckwalter all sharing their open and honest opinions on everything and anything concerning sprint cars. From which driver things the 358/360 challenge races suck and are a joke, to which driver thinks just a little more attention should be paid to the 358 division, to this week when 1 driver called out Williams Grove for lack of track prep and said they absolutely need to go back to handicapping every week to bring back better racing. And I can promise you for a fact this weeks guest will be the same way, so make sure you tune in every Thursday night. Oh and 1 more thing about racing shows.....Wanna bet me Kevin Nouse gets a call to be on 1 this week now that he won a 410 feature even though he had 10 win last year in a 358 and wasn't good enough to be interviewed? Ill take what ever action your looking for on that.

Now for some fun....

Have you ever been driving home from a race track and have one of the those  moments or thoughts where you think...Damn that makes so much sense it hurts? Well I had that happen to me on Friday night heading home from Williams Grove Speedway. Now I am a big fan of pod cast. I have about 8 or so pod cast I listen to every week depending on the guest that week. Some are the normal sprint car related shows, Winged Nation, Penn Live with Jeremy Elliot, and of course Slingin Dirt. I'm also a huge wrestling pod cast guy. I check out 3 or 4 different shows every week plus being a huge music guy I just started listening to Jamey Jasta the singer for Hatebreed and his damn good show. Now Friday night I stumbled upon a wrestling podcast with Jasta as the guest talking about wrestling and music, and Jasta made a comment that really struck a power cord with me (get it power cord....heavy metal? Oh come on that was good damn it) The host and Jamey where discussing the similarities between wrestling and music fans on social media. How no matter what each type of entertainment the fans are into to, someone always bitches about something. Jasta noted how he was receiving tweets all week before a show telling him the band should play all the old stuff, then after playing 8 songs off the first album (which for the record only had 14 songs and clocked in at 26 minutes tops) fans where taking to twitter complaining about not getting to hear any of the new stuff they just released.
Cover of the album Satisfaction is the death of desire by hardcore band Hatebreed

Now I already hear you asking me, WHAT THE HELL DOES THAT HAVE TO DO WITH RACING HERE IN CENTRAL PA DUDE? A lot!!!! Raise your hand if your reading this and have gone on twitter or your Facebook page or hell even your massage board of choice to complain about what you watched that night at a race track. Yeah my hand is raised so high I'm typing with 1 hand right now. I'm sure most of us have done it at some point, notice I didn't say all of us, just most. Now ask yourself this, how many of us have gone on the same social media to say how great the race was we watched that night? Now my hand is still up high on that one as well. Can I put it down now? I need to type with both hands here. Are we, the people who complain about the crappy track surface, or lack of passing the majority of race fans, or are we just the vocal minority who get on twitter and vent every week? Now I'm not saying we're wrong in how we feel, or what we see, but is everything as bad as we really think it is? Now I tend to think some things are, and Stevie B backed that up this week in his interview Thursday night, but as a fan do we all feel this way, or are we the ones complaining about it just the vocal minority? I don't like the Newest inductee into the Sprint Car Hall of Fame announcing or his elitist views on sprint car racing, and I have no problem sharing that view, but am I the only 1? Am I in the minority in thinking he needs to retire? Maybe we all just need to take a step back once in a while and take a hard look at what we see every week, because lets be real honest here race fans, we pay our good hard earned money to sit and watch cars go around in circles and get dirty doing it. Why are we taking everything so damn serious? Think about that 1 more time....WE ARE WATCHING CARS GO AROUND IN CIRCLES. Do we really need to piss and moan about stuff when if you break it down to its simplest form, its not that big of a seal. At the end of a great night of watching cars go around in circles, we get in or cars or trucks, drive home to our family's, and resume our lives. Hopefully we all have a safe and stress free life till we can all get back to that seat the following week. Its not life or death folks. We have so much crap to deal with in or normal everyday lives, some of us seem to forget we go to the races to have FUN!!!!. Why are we not having fun? If going to Williams Grove is that bad of an experience then why do we go? And I'm just as guilty as anyone over the years for bitching and complaining about every little thing at a race track. I have tried to be more positive this year, and I hope I am succeeding, but I think we all need to take a hard look at why we go to a race track, spend the money we busted our asses to make that week, just to go and complain about it. BTW you have every right to complain if you order pizza and they serve it to you cold......Just Sayin.

With that I say thank you for checking out the site again today. Hopefully you have enjoyed my thoughts on another racing weekend gone by. You can always let me know what you think by Tweeting me or shooting me an Email. You can also leave me a comment in the comment section just dont be a chick #&!% and let your real name. Own those comments folks, I do every time I open my big mouth and stick my foot in it.

This coming week is going to be a fun 1. Tuesday night starts USAC week in Central PA. They kick off their Eastern Storm at Grandview Speedway before moving to my home track Wednesday Lincoln Speedway which will have the most bang for your buck of any race the rest swing. 4 features folks. 2 USAC and 2 360 features. Saturday they head up to Port Royal Speedway. Friday night Williams Grove will have the 410s and the 358/360 Challange race, while the 358's will headline again at Trail Way Speedway. Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway will host the Dirt Classic Qualifier for the September Kasey Kahne Dirt Classic. With Port Royal running USAC I wonder how many of the teams from up north will venture down south to Lincoln? Selinsgrove will try to get back on track as they will host the URC for an exciting night of 360 racing action.

I will see everyone this coming Wednesday night at Lincoln Speedway and Saturday night back at the same track for the 410/358 double header. Who knows might even get to talk to some of you thins week. Until then I hope your work week goes quick, your beer is ice cold (with a little dirt on top), and the racing action is red hot.

Satterlee Wins $4,000 Port Royal Grinestaff Memorial After Battle With Zeigler, Nouse Wins Thrilling Sprint Car Feature


Port Royal – Gregg Satterlee of Rochester Mills scored the $4,000 Late Model Speedweek Charlie Grinestaff Memorial at Port Royal Speedway on Saturday night, loosing the lead and retaking it to record his second career oval win in the 40-lapper.

In the 25-lap 410 sprint car feature Lewisberry’s Kevin Nouse won an electrifying main event, holding off Greg Hodnett and Brent Marks for his first victory at the track since 2007. 

With a stunning field of 47 super late models on hand, Satterlee drew the pole for the start of the Late Model Speedweek event with Rick Eckert lining up alongside.

But Eckert fell backwards when action began as Mason Zeigler drove into second spot and began pursuing the leader.

Satterlee was cruising the high line around the track with Zeigler challenging on the low side as they entered the backmarkers on the 14th tour. 

Zeigler was strong on the bottom and amid heavy and stacked lapped traffic, he was able to muscle by Satterlee for the lead as the pair raced toward the stripe to complete lap 16.

Satterlee regrouped and never fell off the pace after getting passed and instead turned the wick up a notch to drive higher around the speedway and use a blast of momentum off of the fourth turn cushion to draw up on Zeigler and retake command with 19 laps recorded.

Zeigler stayed within striking distance for the ensuing laps and briefly drove back into the lead on the 24th tour only to see a turn two swoop around the cushion by Satterlee allow him to retake the point.

The races only caution flag unfurled with 14 laps to go when a charging Dylan Yoder dropped out of a challenging top five.

Eckert pounced on the restart and drove into second and then took a few stabs at Satterlee for the win only to see his deficit at the finish stand at 1.100 seconds.

Zeigler held on for third followed by Jeff Rine and Kyle Hardy.

Sixth through 10th went to Mitch Hack, Kenny Pettyjohn, Bryan Bernheisel, Jason Covert and Gary Stuhler.

Heats for the stellar field fell to Eckert, Zeigler, Satterlee and Hardy with twin B Mains going to Andy Haus and Matt Parks.

Rine set overall fast time with a lap of 18.762 seconds.

Joey Hershey led only the first lap of the 410 sprint main before fourth starter Kevin Nouse took the lead to begin his jaunt for the win.

Logan Wagner motored into second with five laps away and began his track-down of Nouse while 11th starter Brent Marks was thrilling the crowd with his brazen moves through the pack.

Marks went three wide in the second corner to get around Greg Hodnett in the early stages and just knifed his way through the front of the field, drawing to their inside and outside at will to zoom into third on the seventh circuit.

The leaders entered the rear of the field on the eighth lap as they skated around the thinning topside cushion with Marks pulling a slide job on Wagner for second with 11 laps down.

At the same time, ninth starter Hodnett began coming to the front and for the last 10 laps of the non-stop event the front four cars rim rode around the oval, flirting with the outside wall, all within the total distance of only one turn.

Hodnett began dropping off the cushion for short stints with seven laps to go in an effort to gain ground at the front and he got by Wagner for third before using the same high-speed tactic to secure second on just the final tour. 

He then tracked down Nouse by the finish to come up just .446 seconds shy of his third win of the year at Port Royal.

Nouse screamed for joy in victory lane after recently becoming a regular at the track aboard the Will Rose-owned No. 21A machine.

“This is the nicest facility I’ve been at in Pennsylvania right now.” Nouse commented of the revived and refurbished historic oval. 

He said he never dreamed he’d win this early with the team.

Brent Marks finished a happy third followed by Wagner and Dylan Cisney.

Sixth through 10th went to Hershey, Lucas Wolfe, Dave Ely, Davey Sammons and Ryan Taylor.

Heats went to Dave Hahn, Hodnett and Sammons.

Pete Leister wired the field for the 15-lap xtreme stock feature victory.

Jason Zook rode home second followed by Deron Henry, Curtis Lawson and Craig Imes.

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Race Results:
Feature Finishes

410 sprints, 25 laps: 1. Kevin Nouse, 2. Greg Hodnett, 3. Brent Marks, 4. Logan Wagner, 5. Dylan Cisney, 6. Joey Hershey, 7. Lucas Wolfe, 8. Dave Ely, 9. Davey Sammons, 10. Ryan Taylor, 11. Dave Hahn, 12. Curt Stroup, 13. Steve Buckwalter, 14. Nate Snyder, 15. Rick Lafferty, 16. Mike Wagner, 17. Anthony Fiore, 18. Wayne Dadetto, 19. Tyler Bear, 20. Mike Walter, 21. Vince Snyder, 22. Trenton Sheaffer, 23. Ed Aiken, 24. Jack Thornton

DNQ: Doug Esh, Daryl Stimeling

Late models, 40 laps: 1. Gregg Satterlee, 2. Rick Eckert, 3. Mason Zeigler, 4. Jeff Rine, 5. Kyle Hardy, 6. Mitch Hack, 7. Kenny Pettyjohn, 8. Bryan Bernheisel, 9. Jason Covert, 10. Gary Stuhler, 11. Jamie Lathroum, 12. Jerry Bard, 13. Hayes Mattern, 14. Jim Yoder, 15. Austin Hubbard, 16. Justin Kann, 17. Mike Lupfer, 18. Andy Haus, 19. Tim Wilson, 20. Jason Miller, 21. Dylan Yoder, 22. Nick Dickson, 23. Matt Parks, 24. Lindsay Barton, 25. Brian Tavenner

DNQ: Dave Stamm, Jeff Miller, Mike Altobelli, Chris Casner, Patrick Bryner, Coleby Frye, Dan Stone, DJ Myers, Mike Mort, Trent Brenneman, Cole Amsden, Cody Robbins, Kirk Baker, Pancho Lawler, Dave Brouse Sr., Danny Snyder, Eric Zembower, Andrew Yoder, Jason Schmidt, Derrick Casner, Waylon Wagner, Tim Smith Jr.

Xtreme stocks, 15 laps: 1. Pete Leister, 2. Jason Zook, 3. Deron Henry, 4. Curtis Lawson, 5. Craig Imes, 6. Teresa Kepner, 7. Walt Peters, 8. David Swab, 9. Jason Davis, 10. Bill Powell. 11. Corey Kepner, 12. Charlie Bryner

Saturday, May 30, 2015

Hodnett Scores Exciting Williams Grove Sprints Win, Dietz Gets 358s


Mechanicsburg –Greg Hodnett scored an exciting sprint car feature on Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway, stealing the lead from Cory Haas with just over a lap to go to record his second victory of the year at the track.

In other action, Chase Dietz became the fourth different winner in as many races this season in the 358 sprint division.

As the point leader, Hodnett of Spring Grove started 10th in the 410 sprint field as second starter Glenndon Forsythe paced the field.

Fourth starter Austin Hogue drove into second at the start with Cory Haas racing third before the races only caution flag unfurled on the seventh tour for a slowing Danny Dietrich. 

Forsythe, Hogue, Haas, eighth starter Lucas Wolfe and Hodnett set the top five for the restart.

Haas put Hogue back a spot when action resumed while Hodnett disposed of Wolfe.   

And then on the 10th tour Forsythe’s motor began souring in the lead, allowing Haas to motor by for control with 13 away. 

But by that time Hodnett was on the move and was directly behind Haas with 11th starter Brian Montieth having picked up the pace to take over third.

Moments after taking the lead, Haas found himself challenged by Hodnett with a move in the first corner but Haas jetted off of the cushion to maintain the pace with 11 laps to go.

Haas stepped it up a bit at that point and pulled out of striking distance for the next eight circuits or so before Hodnett again began striking for the lead with four laps to go.

Aboard the Heffner No. 27 sprinter, Hodnett dropped off of the cushion in the third and fourth turns to slice into Haas’ advantage while following him on the cushion through turns one and two. 

But as Hodnett’s flexed his muscles low, a surging Wolfe, now back up to third, was able to close up on Hodnett to make it a three car race for the win with three laps to go.

Hodnett was finally able to make his third and fourth turn strategy work as the pair raced toward the white flag and although Haas tried to come back in the first corner, his time at the front was over. 

Following Haas across the line was Wolfe, Montieth and Hogue.

Sixth through 10th went to Alan Krimes, Frankie Herr, Lance Dewease, Tim Glatfelter and Rick Lafferty.

Heats went to Montieth and Hodnett.

Third starter Ryan Kissinger drove into the lead, around Jordan Givler and Todd Reed, on the first lap of the 20-lap 385 sprint feature.

The race was red flagged with three laps completed when Amy Ott jumped the fourth turn cushion and turned over. 

The restart saw Chase Dietz racing in third after starting eighth.

With five down Dietz was up to second but Kissinger proved to be a formidable foe on the cushion, holding off Dietz’s advances until after the halfway point.

Dietz was finally able to make a low move in the first corner work with seven laps to go before cruising uncontested to his second career victory at the oval.

Adrian Shaffer motored into second with four laps to go but failed to challenge for the win.

Doug Hammaker rode home third followed by Kevin Nouse and Matt Campbell.

Sixth through 10th went to Kissinger, Todd Reed, Chandler Leiby, John Braim and Matt Findley.

Heats went to Dietz, Shaffer and Nouse.

May 29, 2015 Feature Finishes:

410 sprints, 25 laps: 1. Greg Hodnett, 2. Cory Haas, 3. Lucas Wolfe, 4. Brian Montieth, 5. Austin Hogue, 6. Alan Krimes, 7. Frankie Herr, 8. Lance Dewease, 9. Tim Glatfelter, 10. Rick Lafferty, 11. Rodney Westhafer, 12. Wayne Dadetto, 13. Jim Shuster, 14. Troy Fraker, 15. Glenndon Forsythe, 16. Danny Dietrich, 17. Jay Reichard, 18. Jay Galloway
DNS: Pat Cannon

358 sprints, 20 laps: 1. Chase Dietz, 2. Adrian Shaffer, 3. Doug Hammaker, 4. Kevin Nouse, 5. Matt Campbell, 6. Ryan Kissinger, 7. Todd Reed, 8. Chandler Leiby, 9. John Braim, 10. Matt Findley, 11. Phil Walter, 12. Brie Hershey, 13. Cody Fairchok, 14. Scott Fisher, 15. Rich Eichelberger, 16. Jordan Givler, 17. Leah Starner, 18. CJ Quirk, 19. Adam Lyman, 20. Amy Ott
DNS: Chris Arnold, Kody Lehman, Russell Hammaker


Friday May 29, 2015
Trail-Way Speedway
Hanover, PA
For Immediate Release


Fri., June 5, 2015 – 358 Sprints, Limited Stocks, Classic Cars, Mason Dixon 270cc Micro Sprints (Little D’s Bucket List Race - $800 to win) (Gates open at 5:30 p.m., Heats at 7:45 p.m.)
Sat., June 6, 2015 – A.M.A. Motorcycle Short Track (4th Annual Armin Hostetter Classic) (Gates open at 3:00 p.m., Heats at 6:00 p.m.)


HANOVER, PA (5/29/2015) –Two all-time winners put another notch in their belts at Trail-Way Speedway Friday night.

For one of them, it wasn’t the way he wanted to do it.
“We sure didn’t end that one in a good way,” said Brad McClelland after claiming his 44th career win in the 25-lap “358” sprint car feature. 

For much of the race, polesitter Seth Kearchner looked to be on his way to his second career win on his 34th birthday.  He and McClelland ran first and second the first 22 laps until the two made contact while racing through turns three and four of lap 23.  In the midst of a McClelland slider in an effort to take the lead, the two leaders made contact, with Kearchner slamming into the outside wall and rolling onto his side.  McClelland never stopped and assumed the lead for the restart.  Kearchner was uninjured, and even took a moment to drop to the ground, and to the delight of the fans, make some dirt “angels” in the infield on the way back to the pits.

 “Actually, Seth was running away from me,” said McClelland, “But when we cleared lapped traffic, he started to loosen up a little bit.  I don’t know if I shocked him or not, but he’s a great guy and deserves a win here.”

McClelland led the final three laps to cross 1.18 seconds ahead of fifth-starting Dwight Leppo, with Cody Fletcher, Tyler Reinhardt, and hard charger Isaac Sneeringer completing the top five.

Qualifiers for the 12 “358” sprinters were won by David Holbrook and Zach Euculano, who finished sixth in the feature.

Chad Earnst raced to his second Trail-Way win and fourth overall win of the year in the 20-lap Central PA Legends feature.  Earnst started second, followed polesitter Mason Chaney for the first lap, assumed the lead when Chaney and Houdeshell got together in turns one and two of lap two, led the next two laps, yielded to Travis McClelland on lap four, and then assumed the race lead on lap 10 when McClelland came to a stop on a restart.

Despite an ignition switch problem, Earnst was able to hold off the repeated challenges of Chris Transeau over the second half of the race to cross less than a carlength in front at the end.

Transeau, Justin Mitchell, Houdeshell (who came from the back), and Bill Diehl completed the top five.

Heats for the 17 Legends were won by Diehl and Transeau.

Points leader Dan Furman scored the 20th win of his Trail-Way career in the 20-lap street stock feature.  Furman caught both Jeremy Stremmel and leader Mike Goodwin to go from third to first on lap 13.  He led the rest of the way for his second win of the year.

Goodwin held off Stremmel for second, with Eric Johnson and Dalton Myers rounding out the top five.

Heats for the nine street stocks were won by Goodwin and David Johnson.

Matt Chronister has only finished four races in 2015, but Friday night Chronister scored his third win of the year after starting fifth and catching brother Jason Chronister on lap 13.  Shortly thereafter, Jason dropped to the infield, handing second over to Shane Miller, who finished 1.78 seconds behind the winner.  Last week’s winner Sarah Redmond, Julio Perez, and points leader Kenny Startzman completed the top five.

Qualifiers for the 18 limited stocks were won by the Chronisters.

Next Friday, June 5th, Trail-Way swings back into action with the 358 Sprints, Limited Stocks, Classic Cars and the Mason Dixon 270cc Micro Sprints in an $800-to-win “Little D’s Bucket List Race.” Gates open at 5:30 p.m. with heats beginning at 7:45 p.m.

The following night, Saturday June 6th, Trail-Way hosts A.M.A. Motorcycle Short Track racing with the “Fourth Annual Armin Hostetter Classic.” Gates open at 3:00 p.m. and heats begin at 6:00 p.m.

Friday May 29, 2015
Trail-Way Speedway
Hanover, PA
For Immediate Release

FEATURE (25 Laps) – 1. 6R-Brad McClelland; 2. 4-Dwight Leppo; 3. 66A-Cody Fletcher; 4. 00-Tyler Reinhardt; 5. 19Z-Isaac Sneeringer; 6. 10-Zach Euculano; 7. 19D-Wyatt Hinkle; 8. 30-Seth Kearchner (DNF); 9. 0-Anthony Bay (4 Laps Down); 10. 77-David Holbrook (DNF); 11. 22T-Dave Thrush (DNF); 12. 9-Dalton Dietrich (DNS).

Lap Leaders: Seth Kearchner (1-22), Brad McClelland (23-25)

358 Sprint Heat 1 Finish (10 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 77-David Holbrook; 2. 4-Dwight Leppo; 3. 19Z-Isaac Sneeringer; 4. 00-Tyler Reinhardt; 5. 19D-Wyatt Hinkle; 6. 9-Dalton Dietrich (DNF). Time – 2:31.78

358 Sprint Heat 2 Finish (10 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 10-Zach Euculano; 2. 66A-Cody Fletcher; 3. 6R-Brad McClelland; 4. 30-Seth Kearchner; 5. 22T-Dave Thrush; 6. 0-Anthony Bay (DNF). Time – 2:30.40

FEATURE (15 Laps) – 1. 81-Matt Chronister; 2. 39-Shane Miller; 3. 1-Sarah Redmond; 4. 16-Julio Perez; 5. 94-Kenny Startzman; 6. 18-Robert Nicklow; 7. 25-Tom Senseney, Jr.; 8. 41-Robert Wellman; 9. 99-Cody Klinedinst; 10. 2-Chad Weaver; 11. 38-Jason Chronister (DNF); 12. 88-Travis Brown (DNF); 13. 5-Shannon Weaver (DNF); 14. 92-Terry Hartlaub (DNF); 15. 19-Roy Denike (DNF); 16. 29-Mike Wolf (DNF); 17. 32-Jeff Foster (DNS); 18. 20-Ricky Weaver, Jr. (DNS). No time.

Lap Leaders: Jason Chronister (1-12), Matt Chronister (13-15)

Limited Stock Heat 1 Finish (6 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 38-Jason Chronister; 2. 1-Sarah Redmond; 3. 39-Shane Miller; 4. 94-Kenny Startzman; 5. 99-Cody Klinedinst; 6. 25-Tom Senseney, Jr.; 7. 18-Robert Nicklow (DNF); 8. 20-Ricky Weaver, Jr. (DNS); 9. 32-Jeff Foster (DNS). Time – 2:07.66

Limited Stock Heat 2 Finish (6 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 81-Matt Chronister; 2. 16-Julio Perez; 3. 41-Robert Wellman; 4. 5-Shannon Weaver; 5. 92-Terry Hartlaub; 6. 88-Travis Brown; 7. 2-Chad Weaver; 8. 29-Mike Wolf; 9. 19-Roy Denike (DNF). Time – 2:06.22

FEATURE (20 Laps) – 1. 85-Chad Earnst; 2. 18-Chris Transeau; 3. 91-Justin Mitchell; 4. 5-Scott Houdeshell; 5. 53-Bill Diehl; 6. 8CR-Mason Chaney; 7. 21-Greg Burd; 8. 20-Rocky Magaro; 9. 41-Matt Miller; 10. 56-Mike Gable; 11. 9-Rick Hartwig; 12. 28-Nathan Ottensmeyer; 13. 7MD-Nathan Renfro; 14. 93-Travis McClelland (DNF); 15. 119-Don Leiby (DNF); 16. 43-Tony Mrakovich (DNS); 17. 79-Ed Trump (DNS). No time.

Lap Leaders: Mason Chaney (1), Chad Earnst (2-3), Travis McClelland (4-9), Chad Earnst (10-20)

Legends Heat 1 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 53-Bill Diehl; 2. 91-Justin Mitchell; 3. 20-Rocky Magaro; 4. 85-Chad Earnst; 5. 9-Rick Hartwig; 6. 56-Mike Gable; 7. 21-Greg Burd; 8. 7MD-Nathan Renfro; 9. 79-Ed Trump (DNF). Time – 2:43.00

Legends Heat 2 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 18-Chris Transeau; 2. 93-Travis McClelland; 3. 5-Scott Houdeshell; 4. 8CR-Mason Chaney; 5. 41-Matt Miller; 6. 43-Tony Mrakovich; 7. 119-Don Leiby; 8. 28-Nathan Ottensmeyer. Time – 2:40.44

FEATURE (20 Laps) – 1. 5M-Dan Furman; 2. 33-Michael Goodwin; 3. 51-Jeremy Stremmel; 4. 1J-Eric Johnson; 5. 94-Dalton Myers; 6. 60-Aaron Beard; 7. 40K-David Johnson; 8. 17-Brian Blank, Jr. (DNF); 9. 7M-Craig Wagaman (DNS). No time.

Lap Leaders: Michael Goodwin (1-12), Dan Furman (13-20)

Street Stocks Heat 1 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 33-Michael Goodwin; 2. 1J-Eric Johnson; 3. 5M-Dan Furman; 4. 94-Dalton Myers; 5. 7M-Craig Wagaman (DNS). Time – 2:44.57

Street Stocks Heat 2 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 40K-David Johnson; 2. 51-Jeremy Stremmel; 3. 60-Aaron Beard; 4. 17-Brian Blank, Jr. Time – 2:57.16

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Central PA Racing Scene Power Rankings 5/28/15

 410 Power Rankings....
1. Greg Hodnett - Has 1 win at 4 different  410 tracks in central pa to go along with his 11 top 5's
2. Brian Montieth - Hottest driver not named Hodnett. 6 wins, 3 each at Williams Grove and Lincoln.
3.Danny Dietrich - Sits 3rd with 4 wins, 7 top 5's and 3 top 10's. Also tied with most heat wins in the 410 division.
4.Brent Marks - 13 top 5's and 5 top 10's. Hottest driver without a win. It is coming very soon.
5.Lucas Wolf - 1 win but has 8 top 5's and 5 top 10's.
6.Aaron ott -  1 less top 10 for Ott then Wolf. Is having a career resurgence in 410 division in 2015
7.Steve Buckwalter -  2 wins at Port in May. Just a tad bit inconsistent. Needs more top 5's and top 10's to go any higher in rankings
8.Alan Krimes - finally got that win on Saturday night at Lincoln. 5 top 5's and 6 top 10's add to his resume in 2015
9.Cory Haas - 3 top 5's but runs top 10 almost every week. 8 of them so far in the season. Also has 4 heat wins
10.Mike Wagner - 3 top 5's and 1 top 10. Needs to find some more consistency and when he does look out.

358 Power Rankings.....
1.Isaac Sneeringer - 3 wins at Trail Way leads division in wins.
2.Doug Hammaker - 2 wins and 5 top 5's. Still leads CPA358 PS and Lincoln points
3.Brad McClelland - 2 wins and is making a charge for the lead in the 358 series standings. Now sits 2nd behind Hammaker
4.Jeff Rohrbaugh - 1 win but other then 1 dnf for a blown motor has finished in the top 10 every race.
5.Adrian Shaffer - the old dog is still in the hunt for the 358 PS title. Had had a run of bad luck the past few weeks but look for him to turn it around soon.
6.Matt Campbell - Was on his way to his 1st win of the season until spinning to avoid a stopped car at Lincoln. Been 1 of if not the fastest 358 on the track every week. 5 top 5's and 3 top 10s show he has what it takes to get to vl fast.
7.Cody Fletcher - 5 top 5's so far. Almost had that first career feature win 2 weeks ago at Trail Way. Its going to come very soon for this 2nd generation driver.
8.Kevin Nouse - 4 top 5's and 1 top 10 for the point leader at the grove.
9.Matt Findley - Breakout yr for the driver. Very consistent with 5 top 5's and 2 top 10's so far. He will get that 1st win by the end of 2015 mark it down.
10.Chandler Leiby - fast every week. 4 top 5's and 3 top 10's prove that. If he harnesses that and gets smoother he will be a force in the 358 division.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Hodnett Dominates Field In Ray Tilley Classic

SELINSGROVE, Pa. – Greg Hodnett of Spring Grove scored a flag-to-flag victory in Sunday night’s 30-lap Ray Tilley Classic for 410 sprint cars at Selinsgrove Speedway by half of a second over 2013 race winner Brent Marks of Myerstown.

The $5,000 victory was Hodnett’s sixth win in central Pennsylvania and seventh overall this season driving the Heffner Enterprises/ No. 27. It marked Hodnett’s 16th career victory at the speedway.

Members of Ray Tilley’s family were on hand to present Hodnett with a custom crystal cup trophy to commemorate the win in the tribute race, which was run to honor the memory of the late Hall of Famer who clinched four sprint car championships and recorded 69 victories at the track.  

Lucas Wolfe of Mechanicsburg was the Fast Tees Fast Qualifier with a lap time of 16.907.

Scott Geesey of Dillsburg won his first super sportsman race at Selinsgrove Speedway in the division’s 20-lap feature, while Reese Thompson of Petersburg drove to his first-ever victory at the track in the 20-lap 305 sprint car feature.

Selinsgrove Speedway is back in action this Saturday, May 30, with a four division show of 360 sprint cars, super late models, pro stocks, and roadrunners at 7 p.m. The pro stocks will compete in the annual $1,000-to-win Pro Stock 20 championship race. Track gates will open at 5 p.m.
At the start of the Tilley Classic, Greg Hodnett stormed into the lead from his outside front row starting position and led polesitter Aaron Ott for most of the event. By lap five, Hodnett opened a comfortable lead over Ott, sixth-place starter Brock Zearfoss, 10th-place starter Brent Marks, and fourth-place starter Lucas Wolfe.

At the halfway point, Hodnett had stretched his lead to a straightaway over Ott. On the same lap, 14th-place starter Chase Dietz tagged the third turn wall and rolled to a stop in turn four, bringing out the race’s first caution flag.

When the race resumed, Hodnett completed lap 16 before the caution flag unfurled again when Zearfoss hit the second turn wall after his car reportedly had a rear axle break. On the restart, Marks moved into the second position as fifth-place starter TJ Stutts began to show a lot of speed and advanced to third.

The final caution flag waved on lap 22 for debris, setting up an eight-lap chase to the checkered flag. In the closing laps, Marks reeled in Hodnett to put in a bid for the lead but came up just half of a second short at the checkered flag. Hodnett was victorious over Marks, Stutts, Wolfe, and Ott.
In the super sportsman feature, second-place starter Chad Trout led the field to the green flag with third-place starter Paul Miller in pursuit.  The race was slowed on lap seven when Kenny Edkin’s car rolled to a stop on the backstretch.

On the lap eight restart, Trout continued to set the pace with Miller and seventh-place starter Scott Geesey in close pursuit. On another restart, Geesey advanced to the second spot and began to pressure Trout for the lead.

Racing down the backstretch, Miller’s car went up in smoke on the 14th lap and brought out the race’s final caution flag. On the lap 15 restart, Geesey made the winning pass using a slider through the first and second turns. Geesey went on to take the checkered flag by two seconds over Trout, Scott Dellinger, Kevin Nouse, and Doug Dodson.
Reed Thompson started on the pole in the 305 sprint car feature and was chased by third-place starter Jordan Thomas for all 20 laps. Lap after lap, Thomas raced in Thompson’s shadow but never got the opportunity to make a pass for the lead. At the checkered flag, Thompson was victorious by just .92 of a second over Thomas, Bill Jones, Stephanie Stevens, and Erin Statler. 

410 Sprint Cars – 19 Entries
30-Lap Ray Tilley Classic:   1)  27 Greg Hodnett ($5,000) 2) 19M Brent Marks   3) 23 TJ Stutts  4) 1Z Lucas Wolfe  5) 25 Aaron Ott  6) 3 Pat Cannon  7) 21A Kevin Nouse  8) 17B Steve Buckwalter  9) 12 Blane Heimbach  10) 33 Curt Stroup  11) 66 Ryan Kissinger  12) 75 Frankie Herr  13) 19W Colby Womer  14) 31 Jim Campbell  15) 33W Michael Walter II   16) 3Z Brock Zearfoss  17) 44 Chase Dietz  18) 24B Dustin Baney  19) 5B Justin Barger
Heat Winners:  Kevin Nouse, Brock Zearfoss
Time Trials:  1) 1Z Lucas Wolfe 16.907  2) 3 Pat Cannon 16.989  3) 27 Greg Hodnett 17.038  4) 25 Aaron Ott 17.081  5) 23 TJ Stutts 17.088  6) 3Z Brock Zearfoss 17.315  7) 12 Blane Heimbach 17.393  8) 17B Steve Buckwalter 17.497  9) 19M Brent Marks 17.504  10) 33 Curt Stroup 17.527  11) 21A Kevin Nouse 17.613  12) 5B Justin Barger 17.634  13) 75 Frankie Herr 17.904  14) 44 Chase Dietz 18.060  15) 19 Colby Womer 18.130  16) 24B Dustin Baney 18.345  17) 66 Ryan Kissinger 18.396  18) 33W Michael Walter II 18.538  19) 31 Jim Campbell DQ
Super Sportsman – 24 Entries
20-Lap A-Main:  1) 41 Scott Geesey  2) 7C Chad Trout  3) 30 Scott Dellinger  4) 1J Kevin Nouse  5) 54 Doug Dodson  6) 99 Frankie Herr  7) 3B Mike Enders  8) 222 Jay Fannasy  9) 77 Russ Mitten  10) 93 Carmen Perigo Jr.  11) 99C Chad Smith  12) 8 Rich Eichelberger  13) 20W Davie Walsh  14) 7B Timmy Barrick  15) 70D Bill Devine  16) 07 Colby Womer  17) 58 Paul Miller  18) 25 Bob Hockenberry  19) 29W Adam Wray  20) 75 Kenny Edkin  21) 11 Steve Fannasy  22) 7 Todd Leonard  23) 55C Chad Criswell  24) 32 Justin Foster
Heat Winners:  Scott Gessey, Mike Enders, Russ Mitten
305 Sprint Cars – 11 Entries
20-Lap A-Main:   1) 6R Reed Thompson  2) 79 Jordan Thomas  3) 29J Bill Jones Jr.  4) 20 Stephanie Stevens-Dodson  5) 2 Erin Statler  6) 11Z Zach Newlin  7) 67 Ken Duke  8) 57G Geoff Gill  9) 12J Jonathan Jones  10) 19 Tylor Cochran  11) 15 Mike Schuckers
Heat Winners:  Ken Duke

Monday, May 25, 2015

Faces behind the helmets with Tony De Seta

Brent Marks

Jordan Mackison

Daryl Stimeling

Rodney Westhafer

Freddie and Brandon Rahmer

Hunter Mackison

Jimmy Seigel

Ryan Wilson

Ryan Smith being interviewed by Jeremy Elliot

Bradley Howard

JJ Grasso

Chase Dietz

"The Edge" Brian Montieth

Cory Haas

Kyle Moody

Aaron Ott, Jacob Allen, and Logan Schuchart