Sunday, July 24, 2016

STEVE FANNASY BECOMES EIGHTH DIFFERENT SUPER SPORTSMAN WINNER WITH SUSQUEHANNA WIN Randy Christine, Jr. Repeats in 358 LM; Travis McClelland Legends Winner and Chris Anderson Tops Road Warriors

Steve Fannasy added his name to the list of winners this season in Credit Connection Auto Sales Super Sportsman competition at Susquehanna Speedway.

The Dauphin, PA racer became the eighth different winner in ten Super Sportsman features this year after leading the second half of Saturday night’s 25-lap feature.

Fannasy and Justin Foster led the Sportsman field to the green as Foster grabbed early control of the event. Foster would lead the first 11 circuits before encountering trouble on the 12th lap when he hit the fourth turn wall to bring out a caution.

That turned the lead over to Fannasy, who then kept the field at bay over the final 13 laps to take his first win of the season aboard his own No. 11.

New Jersey racer Tom Wyckoff started fourth and finished in the runner-up spot ahead of sixth starting Chad Smith, 11th starting Scott Dellinger and fifth starting Rick Barr.

Chad Criswell crossed sixth after starting 14th with Tony Jackson seventh ahead of 16th starter Russ Mitten, Doug Dodson and Jay Fannasy.

Heats for the 28 Super Sportsman were won by Teddy Thomas, Steve Fannasy and Justin Foster.

Manchester’s Randy Christine, Jr. made it two straight wins in 358 Late Model action as he sped to the win in the 25 lap event.

Christine started third but led flag to flag and held on through five caution periods during the feature.

Following Christine under the checkers were Dave Latsha, 13th starter Chase Billet, 18th starting Randy Stoudt and 12th starting Troy Miller with Travis Mease, Sam Gallagher, Matt Murphy, Patrick McClane and Steve Billet rounding out the top 10 finishers.

Donnie Farlling, Gallagher and Latsha were heat race winners. Farlling turned the wheel of his late model over to Jake Jones for the feature event.

Travis McClelland took the lead on lap three of the ServiceMaster Clean Central PA Legends 20 lap feature and scored the feature win over Hayden Pascoe, Scott Houdeshell, Reed Salony and Rick Hartwig.

Salony and Mason Chaney won heats for the 18 car field.

Chris Anderson led all 15 laps of the non stop Road Warrior feature to become the fourth different winner in as many races. He was followed by Justin Wagaman, Travis Brown, Robbie Carroll and Jeff Skenosen.

Anderson and Carroll won heats for the 16 Road Warriors.

The 15th annual York County Nationals are up next at Susquehanna Speedway with a big two day show this weekend, July 30-31.

Saturday’s show will feature the Credit Connection Auto Sales Super Sportsman, ARDC Midgets, Extreme Stocks and the PENMAR Vintage cars. Pits and Grandstands open at 4PM with Racing beginning at 7PM.

Sunday, July 31 will see the Short Track Series Modifieds take over the York Haven oval along with the Sportsman Modifieds. Pits open at 2PM, Grandstands at 4PM with Racing at 7PM.

There will also be another Test & Tune at the speedway on Wednesday, July 27 beginning at 6PM.

Fans are reminded to check out for the latest news and results and follow Susquehanna Speedway on Twitter and Facebook.


1. Steve Fannasy, 2. Tom Wyckoff, 3. Chad Smith, 4. Scott Dellinger, 5. Rick Barr, 6. Chad Criswell, 7. Tony Jackson, 8. Russ Mitten, 9. Doug Dodson, 10. Jay Fannasy, 11. Mike Enders, 12. Kenny Edkin, 13. Nate Young, 14. Rich Eichelberger, 15. Gregg Foster, 16. Davey Walsh, 17. Russ Lebo, 18. Adam Wray, 19. Jake Miller, 20. Devin Beidel. 21. Justin Foster, 22. Teddy Thomas, 23. John Stoll, Jr., 24. Paul Miller, 25. Austin Lorah
Did Not Qualify: Scott Geesey, Lanny Hake, Bruce Buckwalter, Jr.

1. Randy Christine, Jr., 2. Dave Latsha, 3. Chase Billet, 4. Randy Stoudt, 5. Troy Miller, 6. Travis Mease, 7. Sam Gallagher, 8. Matt Murphy, 9. Patrick McLane, 10. Steve Billet, 11. Andrew Stotler, 12. Shawn Miller, 13. Daulton Bigler, 14. Cameron Benyou, 15. Zach Kauffman, 16. Shaun Jones, 17. Taylor Farlling, 18. Chase Boulsman, 19. Jake Jones, 20. Jason Nace
Did Not Start: Ralph Morgan, Jr., Charles Potts, Jed Latsha

1. Travis McClelland, 2. Hayden Pascoe, 3. Scott Houdesheel, 4. Reed Salony, 5. Rick Hartwig, 6. Travis Perry, 7. Bob Stough, 8. Bill Diehl, 9. Tony Markovich, 10. Mason Chaney, 11. Greg Burd, 12. Jason Gastley, 13. Don Leiby, 14. Chad Earnst, 15. Chris Transeau, 16. Austin Bellament, 17. Todd Rawley, 18. Tim O’Sheehan

1. Chris Anderson, 2. Justin Wagaman, 3. Travis Brown, 4. Robbie Carroll, 5. Jeff Skenosen, 6. Daryl Sipe, 7. Ryan Kultus, 8. Lee Redman, 9. Don Forini, 10. Brandon Hedstrom, 11. Thomas Thompson, 12. Mike Hedstrom, 13. Ryan Underkoffler, 14. Dennis Dorosz, 15. Ken Boose.
Did Not Start: Ricky Weaver

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