Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Central PA Racing Scene 410 Power Rankings 5/31/17

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 1. Lance Dewease - Winner of Saturday nights feature at Port Royal. Was Lances 5th feature win of 2017. Started 18th on Monday and came home with a 6th place finish.

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 2. Danny Dietrich - Picked up his 1st win of the season Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway. Backed up that win with a 2nd and 4th at Port Royal during the Weikert Memorial weekend. Has 4 wins 7 top 5's and 3 top 10's.
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 3. Freddie Rahmer - Picked up his 2nd win of the season and 1st at Lincoln Speedway. With the win it vaulted him all the to 3rd in this weeks power rankings. Still leads the points at Williams Grove Speedway. Has 6 top 5's and 2 top 10's to go along with those 2 wins.
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 4. Lucas Wolfe - Picked up $10,000 by winning the Weikert Memorial Monday. Was Wolfe's 2nd win of the season. Has 5 top 5's and 8 top 10's as well in 2017.
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5. Doug Esh - Close to falling out of the top 5 in the rankings. Still holds a slim lead in the points at Port Royal just off his 2 wins to start the season. 3 top 5's and 4 top 10's as well in 2017.

Just missed the cut....

Greg Hodnett - For the 1st time ever in our power rankings Greg has fallen out of the top 5. Did pick up a 360 feature win but has noticeably struggled  after 3 huge years with double digit winning seasons.

Brian Montieth - Only 1 win early in the season. Nobody has passed more cars then "The Edge" but his qualifying struggles are hurting him in the win total.

Tuesday, May 30, 2017


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Dewease & Michael win $12,000 twin 15-lap dashes for cash added to program

Port Royal – Lucas Wolfe of Mechanicsburg turned in a rousing performance aboard Michael Barshinger’s No. 24 sprint car to claim the prestigious $10,000 Bob Weikert Memorial for 410 sprint cars at Port Royal Speedway on Monday night.

The feature was held over and completed on Monday evening after rains on Sunday night postponed the event mid-race.

In the 25-lap URC Sprint feature, it was Greg Hodnett getting by Aaron Ott during a late race restart to claim the $2,000 to prize.

Additionally, after the Sunday postponement, a pair of 15-lap dash races were held for both sprint car divisions, in order to reward all drivers and fans for returning to the track for a third night in a row.

A total of $12,000 in additional purse money for the dashes was added to the already posted $90,000 weekend payout that found Lance Dewease scoring the 410-sprint dash and Curt Michael claiming the URC dash.

Second starter Trey Starks of Washington state got the jump on polesitter Greg Hodnett to take the lead at the start of the 35-lap Bob Weikert Memorial.

Hodnett dropped backwards during the first several laps as both Dylan Cisney and Aaron Ott overtook him after starting in the second row.

Ott made his first attempted pass on Cisney for second on the fifth tour but Cisney returned the favor and a lap later the leader entered the backmarkers with eighth starter Wolfe up to fourth, ahead of Danny Dietrich.

Wolfe was howling at the heels of both Ott and Cisney on the 12th tour and got around Ott for third two laps later.

Starks was still way out in front however with Cisney running him down in traffic when the lone caution of the race unfurled with 19 laps to go for a stopped George Streaker Jr. in the second turn, wiping out a more than three second lead he had amassed over the field. .

Cisney and Wolfe kept Starks much closer when action resumed and as the race wore on, they were clearly gaining on the leader while also battling one another for second.

Amid heavy traffic, Wolfe pulled the trigger on Cisney for second while hanging onto the narrowest strip of outside rough to gain momentum around the extreme top of the first and second turns.

But Cisney fought back and raced wheel to wheel with Wolfe all the way up to the fence as the pair dueled for the spot, somehow avoiding collision at the exit of the second corner.

Wolfe was scored as second with six laps to go and continuing to ride his high side rough patch through the first and second turns, he closed the gap on Starks for the win.

Starks meanwhile was running the wheels off of his No. 44 but Wolfe was surging during the final laps.

Wolfe used a run off the outside of the fourth corner to draw to Starks inside as the pair raced into the first corner with four laps to go, catching Starks by surprise while squeezing his car into the narrowest of spaces remaining to the leader’s inside.

Wolfe’s turn one move caused Starks to twitch as he set his car into the corner in order to avoid what could have been another potential catastrophe in the event while it also allowed Wolfe to shoot through the hole he had created going into the corner and head to the victory.

Through traffic to the finish, Wolfe took his fifth career victory at the oval by 2.112 seconds.

The victory was also the biggest in decades for car owner Michael Barshinger who formerly had fielded cars for Cory Haas, Johnny Mackison Jr., and others.

Barshinger equated the win to his 1991 victory in the Selinsgrove Speedway National Open.

Starks held on for second over Dylan Cisney, Danny Dietrich and Aaron Ott.

Sixth through 10th went to 19th starter Lance Dewease, TJ Stutts, Greg Hodnett, Dale Blaney and Logan Wagner.

Dewease earned the $229 Hard Charger Award sponsored by The Beer Hill Gang.

Heats run on Sunday for the event went to Lucas Wolfe, Danny Dietrich and Dylan Cisney with Dale Blaney setting fast time on Sunday with a lap of 16.270 seconds.

Hodnett won the dash to earn the pole for the feature event.

Dewease started sixth in the seventh in the 15-lap 410 sprint dash with second starter Mike Wagner taking the lead at the start.

Dewease steadily marched through the field to take third behind Greg Hodnett on the fifth tour before muscling by Wagner for second with five laps to go.

Saturday night’s feature winner at the track, Dewease ran down leader Wagner and took over control with two laps to go to pick up the $1,500 winner’s share while also establishing a new 15-lap track record in the process.

Dewease set the new mark at 4:59.441, eclipsing the old record set by Randy Ruth in 1976.

Wagner rode home second followed by Hodnett, Cisney, Dietrich, Ott, Blaney, Stutts, Ryan Taylor, Starks, Logan Wagner and Wolfe.

Doug Esh led the first three laps of the 25-lap URC Sprint feature before fourth starter Aaron Ott drove by for control.

Greg Hodnett started seventh in the field and drove up to third on the first lap before getting around Esh for second with 10 laps to go.

But by that time, Ott was well ahead of the field and ready to take the win however a yellow flag with six laps to go changed the race via a double file restart with Hodnett lining up to Ott’s inside.

Hodnett go the jump on Ott when action returned and jetted away with control to pick up his first ever URC win at the track while 10th starter Chuck Hebing of New York worked through the field to garner a fine second.

Ott was third with Esh fourth and Davie Franek finishing fifth.

Sixth through 10th went to Lucas Wolfe, Curt Michael, Doug Hammaker, Nate Snyder and Derek Locke.

Heats went to Michael Walter, Ott, Franek and Hodnett with Derek Locke taking the consolation race.

Doug Hammaker earned a $500 bonus as the highest finishing 358 sprint in the race, sponsored by Racers Used Parts Warehouse.

The URC dash found second starter Curt Michael leading all 15 laps to pick up the $1,000 paycheck.

Doug Hammaker chased him throughout while Chuck Hebing put on a show from the seventh starting spot.

He got as high in the field as second at one point but Hammaker was up to the challenge, forcing him to take a third place finish.

Hodnett was fourth followed by Ott, Wolfe, Stutts, Franek, Josh Weller, Locke, Justin Whittal and Nate Snyder.

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2017 Weikert Memorial Sponsors: Alexander Plumbing and Heating, Fairfield; B & R Farms, Larchwood, IA; Beef Corp. Inc., Springfield, MN; Beegles Livestock, Everett; Carlisle Livestock Market Inc., Carlisle; DF Bryant, Fairfield; Donnie Pickett, Finksburg, MD; Doug Wetzel Trucking, Aspers; Fairfield Landscaping, Fairfield; Frank Musso CPA, Lancaster; Holtapp Trucking, Pomeroy, IA; Ingalls Feedyard, Ingalls, KS; Mike Altice Livestock, Wirtz, VA; Na-Lin Trucking, Biglerville; New Holland Sales Stables, New Holland; Parr Trucking, Onawa, IA; Patterson Farm, Charlottesville, VA; R. Fitzgerald, Mildred; Randy Roberts, Winchester, OH; Rick Wollpert, Grass Lake, MI; Rockingham Livestock Sales, Harrisonburg, VA; Ross Duff, Scott City, KS; Shenandoah Valley Livestock, Harrisonburg, VA; Springlake Stockyard, Moneta, VA; Todd Grimm, Hanover; Virginia Livestock, Front Royal, VA; Cleck Paving, Mifflintown; Jakes Golf Carts, McVeytown; M & R Livestock, Gettysburg; Heritage Cattle Inc., Garden City, KS; TBK Installations, Fairfield; Upper Marsh Creek Farm, Orrtanna; William Therit Insurance, Hanover; Steven K. Bierly Trucking, Mill Hall;; Virginia Cattle Company, Front Royal, VA; Howard Curry Transport, Liberty, IN; Bucher Meats, Gettysburg;; JW Trueth & Sons Inc., Baltimore, MD; Jon Hylton, Baltimore, MD; Coldsmith Electrical Contractor, Fairfield; South Branch Valley Livestock LLC., Moorefield, WV; Betsy & Mike Gulden, Gettysburg; Puckett & Assoc., Staunton, VA; Mossy Creek Cattle, Mt. Solon, VA; Carl Woerner Hauling, Gettysburg; El Vista Orchards, Fairfield; Lone Dakota Acres, Stephenville, TX; Folkens Brothers Trucking, Lester, IA; Nicholas Meats, Loganton; Greencastle Livestock Inc., Greencastle; S & B Livestock Dealers, Herndon; Charles J Gilliland AM Vets Post 172, Fairfield; Packers Concessions, Centre Hall.

Feature Finishes


410 sprints, 35 laps: 1. Lucas Wolfe, 2. Trey Starks, 3. Dylan Cisney, 4. Danny Dietrich, 5. Aaron Ott, 6. Lance Dewease, 7. TJ Stutts, 8. Greg Hodnett, 9. Dale Blaney, 10. Logan Wagner, 11. Mike Wagner, 12. Ryan Taylor, 13. Doug Esh, 14. Danny Holtgraver, 15. Joey Hershey, 16. Brock Zearfoss, 17. Curt Stroup, 18. Kody Lehman, 19. Carl Bowser, 20. Dustin Baney, 21. Danny Massey, 22. Steve Buckwalter, 23. George Streaker Jr., 24. George Streaker

DNQ: Billy Dietrich, Blane Heimbach, Cale Grubb, Brent Marks, Anthony Macri, Freddie Rahmer, Nicole Bower

URC Sprints, 25 laps: 1. Greg Hodnett, 2. Chuck Hebing, 3. Aaron Ott, 4. Doug Esh, 5. Davie Franek, 6. Lucas Wolfe, 7. Curt Michael, 8. Doug Hammaker, 9. Nate Snyder, 10. Derek Locke, 11. Josh Weller, 12. TJ Stutts, 13. Justin Whittal, 14. Mike Walter, 15. Chad Layton, 16. Nyle Berkes, 17. Chandler Leiby, 18. Bill Unglert, 19. Eric Parker, 20. Troy Betts, 21. Jeff Halligan, 22. Todd Gracey, 23. Brent Shearer, 24. Brett Michalski, 25. Jared Esh

DNQ: Chris Coyle, Bryn Gohn, Ed Strada, Jim Shuster, Tim Stallings, Jason Shultz, Larry Kelleher, Kyle Lick, Ryan Higgins, Mark Sasso, Mallie Shuster, Ed Aiken

Hodnett Takes Weikert Memorial URC Portion, Michael Takes Dash for Cash

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 Greg Hodnett and his Trone Outdoor, Heffner Racing Enterprises, Eagle Steel, C&B Mushroom #27 used a late race pass of Aaron Ott to take home the $2,000 Capitol Renegade United Racing Club’s portion of the Port Royal Speedways Weikert Memorial Race.

With 36 cars signed into the pits on Sunday night, the 4th and final heat race was just firing off when mother nature decided to open the skies and let loose postponing the nights action until Monday night. With three heat races already in the books, the decision was made to pick up on Monday where the program had left off. The Capitol Renegade United Racing Club had heat race #4 along with the B-Main and the 25 lap A-Main paying $2,000 to win still remaining on the schedule.

When the drivers meeting was called on Monday afternoon, only 26 360 sprint cars had returned to the pit area. The most notable missing was the #7 of Ed Aikin who finished 2nd in his heat race and was qualified for the redraw. Aikin reported that a lack of pit help kept him home for the evening. With 26 cars returning to the pits, the Port Royal Speedway management made the announcement that there would be 26 starting cars for the feature event. The management team lead by Steve O’Neil reported that if the drivers are going to come back and support the track on a Monday afternoon he was going to reward them as well. And reward him they did. Not only did he kick in the extra $400 for the two additional starters but also made the announcement that after the 360 feature, the top 12 finishers would be qualified for a Dash for Cash paying $1,000 to the winner. Port Royal Speedway kicked in an astonishing $5,400 in extra money on Monday afternoon for the 360 drivers.

With the first three heat races going to the driver of the A1 Auto Sales and Service #33 of Michael Walter, the driver of the Franek Auto Sales, Escape RV #28f of Davie Franek and the Don Ott Engines #25 of Aaron Ott. The fourth and final heat race which was run on Monday afternoon was won by Greg Hodnett. With 6 cars starting the B-Main, the 8 lap event was used mostly as a test session since all the drivers qualified. The B-Main was won by the driver of the Dellingers Auto Body, Bartell Chiropractic #77 of Derek Locke. Derek has been experiencing much success on the 2017 URC tour claiming a 2nd place on Saturday night at the Selinsgrove Speedway.

With all 26 cars now qualified for the feature event, the driver of the Shearer’s Audi and VW #63 of Josh Weller and regular 410 driver Doug Esh brought the field to the green flag. At the drop of the green the 25 of Aaron capitalized on his 4th place starting position and settled in behind the #49 of Doug Esh. Ott made his move just 3 laps later throwing a side job on Esh entering turn 1 and overtaking the lead. While Ott and Esh were out front, the Cobra Chuck Hebing was very much the car on the move, advancing from his 10th starting position and into the top 5 by lap 4 and then up into the top 3.

The lone caution flag flew on lap 19 for a slowing Jared Esh in turns 1-2. This brought the field to the rear bumper on front runner Aaron Ott. During the double file restart, Greg Hodnett coming from his 7th place starting position saw his opportunity and took it, taking the lead for Ott. Hodnett would go on and cruise to his first Capitol Renegade United Racing Club victory of the year. Following Hodnett to the line was Hebing, Ott, Esh and defending United Racing Club Champion Davie Franek.
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With the #8 pill pulled in victory lane but race winner Greg Hodnett, the front row of the $1,000 to win Dash for Cash was made up of 9 Time URC Champion Curt Michael and top 358 talent Doug Hammaker.

At the drop of the green, it was all green as Michael jumped out to the early lead followed by Hammaker who was in close pursuit. Michael held off all challengers in route to the 15 lap win and the $1,000 top prize. Michael was followed to the line by Hammaker, Hebing, Hodnett and Ott.
The Capitol Renegade United Racing Club will now head to Williams Grove Speedway on Friday night June 2nd and then will return to the Selinsgrove Speedway just one night later on Saturday June 3rd.

URC A-Main: 1) #27 Greg Hodnett, 2) #45 Chuck Hebing, 3) #25 Aaron Ott, 4) #49E Doug Esh, 5) #28F Davie Franek, 6) #5W Lucas Wolfe, 7) #5G Curt Michael, 8) #66H Doug Hammaker, 9) #56 Nate Snyder, 10) #77L Derek Locke, 11) #63 Josh Weller, 12) #11 TJ Stutts, 13) #67W Justin Whittall, 14) #33 Mike Walter, 15) #35 Chad Layton, 16) #22M Nyle Berkes, 17) #119 Chandler Leiby, 18) #33B Bill Unglert, 19) #39 Eric Parker, 20) #22B Troy Betts, 21) #4 Jeff Halligan, 22) #19 Todd Gracey, 23) #12 Brent Shearer, 24) #73F Brett Michalski, 25) #30 Jared Esh, 26) #7 Ed Aikin

URC Dash for Cash: 1) #5G Curt Michael, 2) #66H Doug Hammaker, 3) #45 Chuck Hebing, 4) #27 Greg Hodnett, 5) #25 Aaron Ott, 6) #5W Lucas Wolfe, 7) #11 TJ Stutts, 8) #28F Davie Franek, 9) #63 Josh Weller, 10) #77L Derek Locke, 11) #67W Justin Whittall, 12) #56 Nate Snyder

DNQ: #56C Chris Coyle, #22 Bryn Gohn, #42E Ed Stada, #C4 Jim Shuster, #59T Tim Stallings, #29 Jason Shultz, #76 Larry Kelleher, #8 Kyle Lick, #15 Ryan Higgins, #7o6 Mark Sasso, #49 Mallie Shuster

Sunday, May 28, 2017


Christine and Updegraff Repeat Winners; Combs New Winner                                                
YORK HAVEN, PA…5/27/17
After claiming his first career win in exciting fashion just over a month ago, Kenny Edkin backed that up with an impressive win in Saturday night’s Blazers Body Shop Bud Bricker Nationals presented by Sutliff Chevrolet at Susquehanna Speedway.

The Marysville, PA racer started on the outside front row of the 40 lap feature along Scott Dellinger but it would be Dellinger who would gain control at the onset and held the point through numerous early and mid-race cautions.

Edkin stayed in Dellinger’s tracks and made a bid for the lead with 29 laps complete to take the top spot. Like Edkin, Dellinger stayed close and made another bid for the top spot with five laps to go but jumped the cushion. That was enough to give Edkin some breathing room as he sped away to his second win of the season and the first repeat winner in the division this season.

The win was worth $2,500 to Edkin and his Edkins Towing, Marysville Motorcars, Carlisle Auto Salvage, King Spin Pizza, Rich Valley Black Walnuts sponsored team.

Dellinger, who set fast time over the 31-car field and won the Dash settled for the runner-up spot over Tony Jackson, Russ Mitten and 11th starting Paul Miller with Rich Eichelberger earning the Brown and Miller Race Solutions Hard Charger coming from 15th to sixth trailed by Jay Fannasy, Mike Enders, Gregg Foster and Devin Beidel.

Dellinger’s time trial lap was 17.303 while heats were won by Troy Hockenberry, Mitten and Jackson. Bruce Buckwalter, Jr. won the consolation.

Defending track champion Randy Christine, Jr., also became the first repeat winner in the Bernheisel Race Cars 358 Late Model feature as he came from his fifth starting spot to claim his second season win.

Ben Whitaker led the first 11 laps before Sean Merkel took over until lap 15 when Christine powered into the top spot and never looked back as he took the checkered flag over ninth starting and Artwerks by Jeff Jacobs Hard Charger winner Charles Potts. Third went to to Chase Billet over Brad Shank and Whitaker with Andrew Stotler, Sam Rial, Merkel, JR Rodriquez and Drew Weisser completing the top ten.

Whitaker and Merkel were heat winners for the 17 late models.

Jimmy Combs came out on top of a wild finish in the 20-lap Morgan Paving/Aqua Fun Pools Street Stock feature to become the fifth different winner in as many races.

A final lap double file restart set up the last lap dramatics as Matt Adams got the jump on leader Eddie Richards going into the first and second turns. As the duo entered turn three, Richards got into Adams, sending both spinning as Combs drove by for the win over Mike Potts, Craig Morgan, 11th starting Scott Thunberg and 16th starter Jasen Geesaman, the Artwerks Hard Charger winner.

Mike Buckely and Thunberg won heats for the 19 car field.

For the fifth time this season, defending track champion Alex Updegraff led the way to the checkers in the Superior Homes Extreme Stocks as he dominated the 20 lap main for the win over Patrick McClane, Jeff Gill, Donnie Broderick and Kyle Emig.

Updegraff was also the heat winner for the 11 car field.

Susquehanna Speedway returns to action Thursday night, June 1 with the first ever appearance of the Ernie D’s Appalachian Mountain Late Model Speedweek presented by at the speedway. The high flying super late models will take to the Susky red clay in the second night of the 2017 Speedweek series. Also on the racing program sponsored by Creekside Auto Sales will be the Bernheisel Race Cars 358 Late Models. Race time is 7PM.


Blazer's Body Shop, Bud Bricker National, Presented by Sutliff Chevrolet, Credit Connection Auto Sales Super Sportsman 40 (40 Laps)
1) 75 Kenny Edkin 2) 30 Scott Dellinger 3) 17J Tony Jackson 4) 77 Russ Mitten 5) 58 Paul Miller 6) 8 Rich Eichelberger 7) 222 Jay Fannasy 8) 3B Mike Enders 9) 32 Gregg
Foster 10) 19 Devin Beidel 11) 99 Chad Smith 12) 20w Davey Walsh 13) 1A Chase Gutshall 14) 2M Matt Ondek 15) 27 Troy Hockenberry 16) 7 Timmie Barrick 17) 91 Lanny Hake 18) 77w Tom Wyckoff 19) 23 Justin Foster 20) 32w Garrett Williamson 21) 14 Nate Young 22) 83 Bruce Buckwalter Jr. 23) 56 Jake Miller 24) 54 Doug Dodson
Did Not Qualify: 44 Russ Lebo, 05 Bill Brown, 2 Austin Lorah, 24 Justin Williams, 6 Eric Walker, 41 Scott Geesey, 7L Todd Leonard

Bernheisel Race Cars 358 Late Models (25 laps)
1) 74 Randy Christine Jr. 2) 5 Charles Potts 3) 22 Chase Billet 4) 57 Brad Shank 5) 13x Ben Whittaker 6) 50A Andrew Stotler 7) 55 Sam Rial 8) 118 Sean Merkel 9) 97 JR Rodriquez 10) 19 Drew Weisser 11) 69 Justin Ehrhart 12) 16 Cory Merkel 13) 22H Eric Hohol 14) 8 Taylor Farlling 15) 3B Cameron Benyou 16) 20 Steve Billet 17) 0x Peter Neuder

Morgan's Paving/Aqua Fun Pools Street Stocks (20 laps)
1) 54J Jimmy Combs 2) M1 Mike Potts 3) 11 Craig Morgan 4) 12 Scott Thunberg 5) 71K Jasen Geesaman 6) 88p Brett Pickel 7) 7p Jim Palm 8) FOUR Eddie Richards 9) 181 Butch Helsel 10) 9 Matt Adams 11) 63 Doug Barber 12) 71 David Dietz 13) 64 Brandon Wanner 14) 22 Sam Leonard Jr. 15) 98x Josh Bloom 16) 26 Shawn Liddick 17) 7s Kevin Sigler
Did Not Start: 94 Mike Buckley, 91 Dalton Frye

Superior Homes Extreme Stocks ( 20 Laps)
1) 1 Alex Updegraff 2) 55 Patrick McClane 3) 15 Jeff Gill 4) 97 Donnie Broderick 5) 10 Kyle Emig 6) 37 Mallory Duvall 7) 95 Dan Snyder 8) 100 Cameron Desimone 9) 76 Michael Smith
Did Not Start: 11 Brandon Staccone, 22K Tyler Knaub

Snyder Slides to 1st Win of 2017 at Selinsgrove Speedway

Nate Snyder won for the first time since 2011 and he earned every bit of the $2,000 winner’s share as he fended off multiple late race charges from 2nd place finisher Derek Locke.

The Capitol Renegade United Racing Club kicked off their Memorial Day weekend with 30 cars signed into the pit area for the first night of the weekend double header. With three heat races needed to decide the feature time up, heat race wins went to the Erb & Henry Equipment Inc., #08 of Jason Clauss, the Central Builders Supply #1w of Eric Tomacek and the JR Michalski Heating and Air Conditioning #73b of Brett Michalski. The B-Main was won by #29 of Jason Schultz and the Pioneer Auto Body, World Wide Bearings #67w of Justin Whittall and the C4 of Jim Shuster used Provisionals to transfer their way into the evenings feature event.

With 26 cars lining up for the 25-lap feature event, the field saw a rookie pace the field as first time 360 driver Eddie Strada in the Sharkey’s Fuels, A-1 Engines #42 lead the field to the green flag. The caution flag flew before a lap could be completed with Josh Weller needed assistance back to the pit area after making contact. As Strada brought the field to the green flag again, the caution would wave again, this time after 2 laps were completed due to a stopped Davie Franek on the front stretch. Franek picked off 8 positions in two laps before a broken throttle linkage ended his evening. Under the caution the #87 of George Suprick and the #47 of reigning URC Rookie of the Year Adam Carberry both headed to the pits as well.

On the lap 2 restart, again Strada took the field to the green flag before the caution waived on lap 3. This time for the 67w of Justin Whittall who had stopped on the front stretch. Whittall slowed coming out of turn 4 but was unable to make the turn into the pit area due to his steering being broken. The lap 4 restart, saw Strada jump out to the lead, but it wouldn’t last at the #56 of Nate Snyder was now flexing his muscle and putting the Selinsgrove Motel #56 into position P1. A lap 7 caution which saw the 3z of Colby Womer heading to the pits along with the #42 of second place Eddie Strada who was stopped on the back stretch, bunched the field back up.

On the restart, the #56 of Snyder chose the highline and quickly jumped out to the lead, followed by a new pressing Derek Locke. Locke continued to keep the #56 in his sights before a lap 11 caution was waived for #1w of Eric Tomacek who headed to the pits. The remaining teams then pulled to the front stretch for a fuel stop. On the lap 11 restart, again it was all Snyder with Locke following closely behind the red #56. Locke mounted multiple charges and even appeared to be in good position to overtake Snyder heading into turn 1 later in the race, but Snyder repelled the #77 car each time cruising to his first victory since 2011.

The United Racing Club will now head to the Port Royal Speedway for the back half of the weekend double header. The event will pay $2,000 to win, $200 to start and an extra $500 bonus to the highest finishing 358 curtesy of Races Used Parts Warehouse.

URC A - Main: 1) #56 Nate Snyder, 2) #77 Derek Locke, 3) #49s Mallie Shuster, 4) #29 Jason Shultz, 5) #99K Cody Keller, 6) #76 Larry Kelleher, 7) #35 Chad Layton, 8) #5G Curt Michael, 9) #22 Troy Betts, 10) #33 Michael Walter II, 11) #73b Brett Michalski, 12) #22m Nyle Berkes, 13) #C4 Jim Shuster ,14) #13 Ryan Higgins, 15) #29S Derek Steward, 16) #56c Chris Coyle, 17) #66 Ryan Kissinger, 18) #1W Eric Tomecek, 19) #42E Eddie Strada, 20) #3z Colby Womer, 21) #08 Jason Clauss, 22) #67 Justin Whittall, 23) #28F Davie Franek, 24) #87 George Suprick, 25) #47 Adam Carberry, 26) #63 Josh Weller

DNQ: #45 Kevin Nagy, #15 Mark Bitner, #7o6 Mark Sasso, #7 Kris Lilick,


Twin 30-lap Mains Thrill Fans With No Less Than Seven Different Leaders

Port Royal – Lance Dewease of Fayetteville and Austin Hubbard of Seaford, Del., picked up the prestigious Fallen Heroes Championships for 410 sprints and super late models at Port Royal Speedway on Saturday night in what was a pair of thrilling, multiple leader 30-lap main events run as part of the Bob Weikert Memorial weekend at the oval.

The $5,000 win for Dewease, his second of the year at the track and 102nd of his career there, came only after he overtook three earlier leaders in Trey Starks, Dale Blaney and Danny Dietrich.

Blaney won the dash to earn the pole for the 410 sprint car feature event with Starks starting the event in second spot.

Starks got the drop on Blaney when the green flag unfurled but only the first lap could be recorded before Trenton Sheaffer brought out the red flag with what was a vicious crash in the first turn that annihilated his car after contact with the outside fence.

Sheaffer flipped wildly into the first turn collecting Carl Bowser in the destruction although both escaped injury.

Starks had Blaney, Steve Buckwalter, Danny Dietrich and Brock Zearfoss chasing for the restart.

Blaney dug hard on the restart and for the next three laps before he was able to muscle underneath Starks for the lead in the fourth corner and take command.

Meanwhile, eighth starter Dewease seemed to be rather stagnant and when a three-car tangle brought out another yellow flag on the eighth tour, the running order was Blaney, Starks, Buckwalter, Dietrich, Zearfoss and Dewease.

Starks took a few jabs for control on the restart but Blaney pulled away as Dietrich flexed his muscle to work into third and then into second on the 12th tour.

Dietrich was very fast during the mid-stages using the topside of the speedway and he was able to catch Blaney at the halfway point as Dewease began gaining speed around the bottom groove.

Gettysburg’s Dietrich, flying the Weikert’s Livestock No. 29 colors as part of the Bob Weikert Memorial weekend races at the track, took the lead from Blaney with 14 laps to go but soon found he couldn’t get away from the field.

By this time Dewease was mowing down his foes around the inside of the speedway, motoring into a challenging third on the 17th lap.

Working through traffic with 10 laps to go, Dietrich did his best to open up an advantage as the leader but Dewease came to second with seven laps to go and then chugged by for control and the win with five laps to go.

Dietrich and Dewease exchanged the lead in the first and second turns on the 25th lap before Dewease went back out in front for good in the third turn to run to the win by 1.259 seconds.

The win puts Dewease just 27 back of Port Royal all time sprint car winner Keith Kauffman on the oval all time win list.

Dietrich rode home second followed by Blaney, Starks and Doug Esh.

Sixth through 10th went to Dylan Cisney, Brock Zearfoss, Greg Hodnett, Aaron Ott and TJ Stutts.

After motoring from 22nd to 11th at the finish, Brent Marks earned the Beer Hill Hard Charger award worth $229 and earned a guaranteed starting spot in the Sunday Weikert Memorial itself.

Heats went to Buckwalter, Starks, Zearfoss and Ott with the consolation going to Tyler Walker while Blaney won the dash.

Dietrich set Packer’s Concession fast time worth $100 with a lap of 15.884 seconds.

An equally thrilling super late model main unfolded following the sprint car feature with no less than three leaders throughout.

Matt Cosner took the lead from the second starting spot over Coleby Frye when action began with Jeff Rine moving into third on the second lap.

Cosner entered lapped traffic on the 11th tour as both Frye and Rine battled relentlessly for second while both drivers gained on the leader.

Rine briefly and barely secured second on lap 16 but by that time Cosner was in heavy traffic and Frye used the traffic to his advantage to set up a thrilling, extremely rare three-wide move for control.

Headed through the fourth turn on the 17th lap with Rine on the inside and alongside Cosner for the lead, Frye went way high and wide to make it three-wide for the lead as the trio raced onto the frontstretch.

Frye upended the pair at the line to take control but by that time eyes turned to sixth starter Austin Hubbard who was clearly on the move.

Hubbard got by Cosner for third with 11 laps to go and then worked on Rine for several laps before getting second with five laps to go.

Just two laps later, Hubbard had run down leader Frye and in rather typical Coleby Frye fashion, Hubbard powered to the deep inside of the third turn to pull a slide job on Frye himself for the lead.

Hubbard crossed the line as the leader with three to go before another caution flag bunched the field.

The restart saw Hubbard pull away as Frye worked to hold off Rine.

Hubbard then sped to the finish and took the $3,000 checkered flag simultaneously as a caution was required for a spin on the backstretch.

Frye ended up second followed by Rine, Cosner and Andy Haus.

Heats for the 35 late models in action went to Rine, Chad Hollenbeck and Frye with Devin Friese taking the consolation.

Fast time worth $200 from Ernie D’s went to Rine with a lap of 18.689 seconds.

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Feature Finishes


410 sprints, 30 laps: 1. Lance Dewease, 2. Danny Dietrich, 3. Dale Blaney, 4. Trey Starks, 5. Doug Esh, 6. Dylan Cisney, 7. Brock Zearfoss, 8. Greg Hodnett, 9. Aaron Ott, 10. TJ Stutts, 11. Brent Marks, 12. Mike Wagner, 13. Rick Lafferty, 14. Kody Lehman, 15. Cale Grubb, 16. Tyler Walker, 17. Matt Campbell, 18. Carl Bowser, 19. Blane Heimbach, 20. Steve Buckwalter, 21. Curt Stroup, 22. Danny Holtgraver, 23. Logan Wagner, 24. Trenton Sheaffer

DNQ: Dustin Baney, Joey Hershey, Nicole Bower, Lucas Wolfe, Darly Stimeling, AJ Flick, Tyler Bear

Super late models, 30 laps: 1. Austin Hubbard, 2. Coleby Frye, 3. Jeff Rine, 4. Matt Cosner, 5. Andy Haus, 6. Dylan Yoder, 7. Rick Singleton, 8. DJ Troutman, 9. Chris Casner, 10. Dan Stone, 11. Mike Lupfer, 12. Justin Kann, 13. Walker Arthur, 14. Andrew Yoder, 15. Chad Myers, 16. Chad Hollenbeck, 17. Kyle Lee, 18. Austin Berry, 19. Tim Smith Jr., 20. Devin Friese, 21. Scott Flickinger, 22. Jason Schmidt, 23. Matt Parks, 24. Nick Dickson, 25. Trent Brenneman

DNQ: Andy Fries, Tim Wilson, Larry Baer, Bryan Bernheisel, Dave Brouse Jr., Jeff Johnson, DJ Myers, Jeff Miller, Tim Gray, Kenny Moreland


Phil Walter sixth winner in six races in 358 sprints; Lucas Montgomery best of 38 Central PA Legends

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA – May 27, 2017 – “Spank” no more for Freddie Rahmer at Lincoln Speedway.

Rahmer has built up a solid points lead at Williams Grove Speedway, but has had his problems at Lincoln this season.

“We’ve been good since last Wednesday, when we changed one or two things, and it looks like I can race out here,” said Rahmer upon exiting his Leffler Energy/Miller Brothers Chevrolet #51 in victory lane, “This whole year out here I’ve been a spank. I thing we have something now.”

“Tonight’s one night, but it’s definitely a confidence builder for me, said Rahmer, “That was a tricky race track tonight. The curb was chunky and there were so many lapped cars. I wasn’t falling out of the seat, but it was getting all l could do, I’ll tell you that.”

Rahmer started inside his brother on row two and held his own while polesitter Tim Wagaman led the first nine laps. Rahmer drove around both Jay Galloway and Wagaman to take the race lead in turns one and two of lap 10 and led the rest of the way, many times in heavy lapped traffic.

Wagaman broke and spun in turn three of lap 25, the only caution of the event. That put eighth-starting Cory Haas and Chad Trout on his back bumper for the restart, with Chase Dietz and 13th-starting Brian Montieth in fourth and fifth.
Rahmer, however, had little trouble with a clear track ahead, and crossed under the checkered with a sizeable lead for his first Lincoln win of the year.

Haas, Dietz, Trout, and Montieth rounded out the top five, with Robbie Kendall, Galloway, 14th-starting Tyler Ross, Billy Dietrich, and Gerard McIntyre, Jr. completing the top ten.

Heats for the 23 “410” Sprints were won by Haas, Kendall, and Trout.

McClure’s Phil Walter dominated the 20-lap “358” sprint car feature, starting on the outside pole and leading every lap for his second career Lincoln 358 win.

Polesitter Trey Hivner chased Walter for the first 14 laps before seventh-starting Todd Gracey took over the runner-up spot. Hivner crossed third, followed by Dalton Dietrich (who ran in the top five the entire race) and Matt Findley.

Sixth through tenth were Steve Wilbur, 18th-starting Doug Hammaker, Chandler Leiby, Jeff Halligan, and Troy Wagaman, Jr.

Heats for the 29 “358” Sprints were won by Findley, Adrian Shaffer, and Hivner, with Chris Frank winning the consolation.

York’s Lucas Montgomery raced to his seventh career Lincoln win the first appearance of the season for the Central PA Legends. Montgomery started fifth and was in the midst of a multi-car battle for the race lead the entire event.

He finally wrestled the lead from Scott Haudeshell on lap nine, two laps after leader Scott Smith spun exiting turn four.

Travis Perry came from seventh starting spot to challenge Montgomery on a last lap restart following a red flag for a flipping Rick Hartwig in a four-car crash on turns three and four, but wasn’t able to make the pass and settled for second. Third through fifth were Harlon Leppo, Hayden Pascoe, and Haudeshell.

Heats for the 39 Central PA Legends were won by Leppo, Perry, Jason Gastley, and Montgomery, with Alex Schmidel and Donnie Leiby winning the twin consolations.

Next Saturday night, June 3rd, at 7:30 PM it will be John H. Myers Night and ARCH Night featuring the 410 Sprints, 358 Sprints, and 358 Late Models. Gates will open at 5:30 PM, with racing action getting underway at 7:30 PM.

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Saturday, May 27, 2017
Abbottstown, PA
410 Sprint Feature Finish (30 Laps) – 1. 51-Freddie Rahmer ($4,000); 2. 39-Cory Haas; 3. 5G-Chase Dietz; 4. 1X-Chad Trout; 5. 21-Brian Montieth; 6. 55K-Robbie Kendall; 7. 27G-Jay Galloway; 8. 5-Tyler Ross; 9. 8-Billy Dietrich; 10. 16-Gerard McIntyre, Jr.; 11. 59-Jim Siegel; 12. 10K-Joe Kata, III; 13. 69G-Tim Glatfelter; 14. 39M-Anthony Macri; 15. 99M-Kyle Moody (DNF); 16. 88-Brandon Rahmer (DNF); 17. 1*-Tim Wagaman (DNF); 18. 74-Dwayne Gutshall (DNF); 19. 2W-Glenndon Forsythe (DNF); 20. 87-Alan Krimes (DNF); 21. 21T-Scott Fisher (DNF); 22. 14-Jeff Rohrbaugh (DNF); DNS – 10-Zach Eucalano. No Time

Lap Leaders – Tim Wagaman (1-9), Freddie Rahmer (10-30)

410 Sprint Heat One Finish (10 laps) – 1. 39-Cory Haas; 2. 59-Jim Siegel; 3. 51-Freddie Rahmer; 4. 8-Billy Dietrich; 5. 21-Brian Montieth; 6. 21T-Scott Fisher; 7. 39M-Anthony Macri; 8. 74-Dwayne Gutshall. Time – 2:23.075

410 Sprint Heat Two Finish (10 laps) – 1. 55K-Robbie Kendall; 2. 27G-Jay Galloway; 3. 88-Brandon Rahmer; 4. 1*-Tim Wagaman; 5. 5-Tyler Ross; 6. 69-Tim Glatfelter; 7. 10K-Joe Kata, III (DNF); 8. 10-Zach Eucalano (DNF). No Time

410 Sprint Heat Three Finish (10 laps) – 1. 1X-Chad Trout; 2. 99M-Kyle Moody; 3. 5-Chase Dietz; 4. 14-Jeff Rohrbaugh; 5. 16-Gerard McIntyre, Jr.; 6. 87-Alan Krimes; 7. 2W-Glenndon Forsythe. Time – 2:18.468

358 Sprint Feature Finish (20 Laps) – 1. 5-Phil Walter; 2. 19G-Todd Gracey; 3. 7-Trey Hivner; 4. 9-Daulton Dietrich; 5. 28-Matt Findley; 6. 59-Steve Wilbur; 7. 66-Doug Hammaker; 8. 119-Chandler Leiby; 9. 41-Jeff Halligan; 10. 19-Troy Wagaman, Jr.; 11. 27S-Adrian Shaffer; 12. 23R-Todd Rittenhouse, Jr.; 13. 23-Chris Arnold; 14. 38D-Kyle Denmyer; 15. 5Q-Ryan Quackenbush; 16. 21-CJ Tracy; 17. 00-Chris Frank; 18. 89-Ashley Cappetta; 19. 66A-Cody Fletcher; 20. 23J-Jake Eldreth; 21. 90-Jordan Givler (DNF); 22. 97-Brie Hershey (DNF); 23. 12-Brent Shearer (DNF); 24. 59T-Tim Stallings (DNF). No Time

Lap Leaders – Phil Walter (1-20)

358 Sprint Heat One Finish (10 laps/6 to qualify) – 1. 28-Matt Findley; 2. 19G-Todd Gracey; 3. 38D-Kyle Denmyer; 4. 41-Jeff Halligan; 5. 119-Chandler Leiby; 6. 89-Ashley Cappetta; 7. 00-Chris Frank; 8. 97-Brie Hershey; 9. 13S-Jon Stewart; DNS - 51N-Nick Palmerino. Time – 2:31.19

358 Sprint Heat Two Finish (10 laps/6 to qualify) – 1. 27S-Adrian Shaffer; 2. 9-Dalton Dietrich; 3. 23-Chris Arnold; 4. 23R-Todd Rittenhouse, Jr.; 5. 90-Jordon Givler; 6. 66A-Cody Fletcher; 7. 59T-Tim Stallings; 8. 21-CJ Tracy; 9. 23J-Jake Eldreth; 10. 5A-Zachary Allman. Time – 2:37.78

358 Sprint Heat Three Finish (10 laps/6 to qualify) – 1. 7-Trey Hivner; 2. 19-Troy Wagaman, Jr.; 3. 5-Phil Walter; 4. 59-Steve Wilbur; 5. 12-Brent Shearer; 6. 66-Doug Hammaker; 7. 5Q-Ryan Quackenbush; 8. 8-Kenny Kuhn; 9. 15S-Shai Morris (DNF). Time – 2:31.75

358 Sprint Consolation Finish (10 laps/6 to qualify) – 1. 00-Chris Frank; 2. 5Q-Ryan Quackenbush; 3. 97-Brie Hershey; 4. 21-CJ Tracy; 5. 59T-Tim Stallings; 6. 23J-Jake Eldreth; 7. 8-Kenny Kuhn; 8. 13S-Jon Stewart; 9. 5A-Zachary Allman; 10. 15S-Shai Morris; 11. 51N-Nick Palmerino. Time – 2:30.04

Legends Feature Finish (20 Laps) – 1. 15-Lucas Montgomery; 2. 19-Travis Perry; 3. 15H-Harlon Leppo; 4. 3AU-Hayden Pascoe; 5. 5-Scott Haudeshell; 6. 18H-Jeff Herbst; 7. 85-Chad Earnst; 8. 83-Jason Gastley; 9. 66-Trent Yoder; 10. 53-Bill Diehl; 11. 75-Chandler Pagnotta; 12. 7MD-Nate Renfro; 13. 519-Tim O’Sheahan; 14. M1-John Kooti; 15. 47-Bob Scott, Jr.; 16. 8CR-Mason Chaney (DNF); 17. 18-Chris Transeau (DNF); 18. 39-Steve Duderstadt (DNF); 19. 95-Alex Schmidel (DNF); 20. 19L-Donnie Leiby (DNF); 21. 69X-Justice Forbes (DNF); 22. 93-Rick Hartwig (DNF); 23. 2-Scott Smith (DNF); 24. 58Z-Zachary Settle (DNF). No Time

Lap Leaders – Scott Haudeshell (1), Scott Smith (2-7), Scott Haudeshell (8), Lucas Montgomery (9-20)

Legends Heat One Finish (8 laps/5 to qualify) – 1. 15H-Harlon Leppo; 2. 8CR-Mason Chaney; 3. 47-Bob Scott, Jr.; 4. 18-Chris Transeau; 5. 39-Steve Duderstadt; 6. 10-Steven Partin; 7. 53-Bill Diehl; 8. 4X-Brandon Ort; 9. 18J-Jorjie Sweger; 10. 82-Bryan Hayberger. No Time

Legends Heat Two Finish (8 laps/5 to qualify) – 1. 19-Travis Perry; 2. 3AU-Hayden Pascoe; 3. 18H-Jeff Herbst; 4. 75-Chandler Pagnotta; 5. 85-Chad Earnst; 6. 519-Tim O’Sheahan; 7. 95-Alex Schmidel; 8. 30-Alex Robinson; 9. 21-Cody Haines (DNF). Time – 2:48.051

Legends Heat Three Finish (8 laps/5 to qualify) – 1. 83-Jason Gastley; 2. 5-Scott Haudeshell; 3. 66-Trent Yoder; 4. M1-John Kooti; 5. 13R-Joe Radle; 6. 14-Stephen Wurtzer; 7. 19L-Donnie Leiby; 8. 7-John Gutman; 9. 27-Greg Burd; 10. 8-Robert Shaw. No Time

Legends Heat Four Finish (8 laps/5 to qualify) – 1. 15-Lucas Montgomery; 2. 2-Scott Smith; 3. 7MD-Nate Renfro; 4. 69X-Justice Forbes; 5. 93-Rick Hartwig; 6. 58Z-Zachary Settle; 7. 34-Dan Harrison; 8. 26-Shaun Abney; 9. 79-Ed Trump. Time – 2:44.890

Legends 1st Consolation Finish (8 laps/2 to qualify) – 1. 95-Alex Schmidel; 2. 53-Bill Diehl; 3. 519-Tim O’Sheahan; 4. 30-Alex Robinson; 5. 18J-Jorjie Sweger; 6. 10-Steven Partin; 7. 4X-Brandon Ort. No Time

Legends 2nd Consolation Finish (8 laps/2 to qualify) – 1. 19L-Donnie Leiby; 2. 58Z-Zachary Settle; 3. 34-Don Harrison; 4. 7-John Gutman; 5. 79-Ed Trump; 6. 8-Robert Shaw; 7. 26-Shaun Abney; 8. 14W-Stephen Wurtzer. No Time

Saturday, May 27, 2017

SNEERINGER CLAIMS FIRST OF THE YEAR IN TRAIL-WAY 358 SPRINTS; Young pulls double in 600cc & 270cc micros; Walls dominates street stocks; Chronister takes limited stocks

HANOVER, PA (5/26/2017) – Isaac Sneeringer inched ahead of race-long leader Dwight Leppo moments before a 17th-lap red flag and held off Leppo the rest of the way to score his first win of the year in the 25-lap Insinger Performance Fuels Spring Championship for 358 sprint cars at Trail-Way Speedway Friday night.

“I needed the lapped traffic, and got him right at the line before that red,” said Sneeringer upon exiting his TE Racing #19Z in victory lane, “She took off like a rocket after the red.  The first three weeks we had a vibration, and tonight it was better.  We have a baby boy on the way in a couple of weeks, and this money will probably go toward that!”

A 12-car redraw placed Leppo on the outside of the front row for the start, and he grabbed the lead from polesitter Joe Trone, Jr. at the outset and led the first 16 laps.  Sneeringer, who started fourth, caught Leppo at the line to complete lap 17.  They were the only two cars to pass under the flagstand before a red flag came out for a flipping Chris Priar in turn two.

Sneeringer assumed the lead for the restart, and crossed .84 seconds ahead of Leppo at the finish to claim the $1,200 top prize.  Big Mike’s Crabhouse hard charger Steve Owings came from 11th starting spot to finish third, with Jeff Halligan and J.B. Cunningham completing the top five.

Sixth through tenth were Cody Fletcher, David Holbrook, T.J. DeHaven, Steve Kisamore, and Trone completing the top ten.

Qualifiers for the 16 sprint cars were won by Sneeringer and Todd Gracey.

For the first time in his career, Jim Young was a double winner in the micro-sprint divisions, claiming both the 600cc micro-sprint and Mason-Dixon 270cc micro-sprint features.

In the 600s, Young bested Bradley Weber by .44 seconds.  Travis Keiser, Jesse Snyder, and hard charger Kameron Morral (who started 12th, completed the top five.

In the 270, Young crossed .75 seconds ahead of Brian Marriott, with Mike Rutherford, Joe Long Jr. and Billy Logeman rounding out the top five.

Heats for the 600s were won by Young and Jesse Snyder.

Qualifiers for the 270s were claimed by Levi Peck, Cory Myers, and Rutherford.

Brian Walls blew away the field in the 20-lap street stock feature, ending his race 8.47 seconds ahead of Matt Wampler, with Aaron Beard, Cory Weishaar, and Dalton Myers finishing third through fifth.

 Walls was also the event’s hard charger, coming from 11th starting spot to catch Wampler following a fourth-lap caution for Zach Myers, who was running second at the time.  Walls actually advanced from 11th to fifth after two failed attempts to start the race resulting in cautions on lap one.

Matt Chronister came from 11th-starting spot to score his first win of the year in the 15-lap limited stock feature.  Brother Jason Chronister (who started 12th) finished second, with Robbie Carroll, Terry Hartlaub, and Justin Wagaman crossing third through fifth.

Heats were won by Matt Chronister and Terry Hartlaub.

Next Friday, June 2, 2017, Trail-Way Speedway will be dark. However, the following day, Saturday, June 3, 2017, Trail-Way will feature the 6th Annual “Armin Hostetter Classic,” for the AMA Short Track series. Gates open at 3:00 p.m. and racing begins at 6:00 p.m.

The following Friday night, Trail-Way hosts the Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic 358 Sprints along with the Street Stocks and Limited Stocks. Also in action will be the Mason-Dixon 270 Micro Sprints in the “Gary Kiefert Memorial” race. Gates open at 5:30 p.m., with heats scheduled to begin at 7:45 p.m.

For all the latest news and related information from Trail-Way Speedway, fans are reminded to visit the speedway website at The complete story and agate from each race night is posted shortly after the final checkered flag.


FEATURE (25 Laps) – 1. 19Z-Isaac Sneeringer[4]; 2. 4-Dwight Leppo[2]; 3. 35-Steve Owings[11]; 4. 41-Jeffrey Halligan[5]; 5. 39-Jason Cunningham Jr[3]; 6. 66A-Cody Fletcher[12]; 7. 77-David Holbrook[10]; 8. 74-T. J. DeHaven[8]; 9. 77K-Steven Kisamore[16]; 10. 99-Joe Trone Jr[1]; 11. 10T-Brody Treaster[7]; 12. 3-Chris Priar[14]; 13. (DNF) 51-Austen Treuchet[9]; 14. (DNF) 41B-Shawn Weaver[13]; 15. (DNF) 19G-Todd Gracey[6]; 16. (DNF) 19D-Wyatt Hinkle[15]. No time.

Lap Leaders: Dwight Leppo (1-16); Isaac Sneeringer (17-25)

 358 Sprint Heat 1 Finish (10 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 19Z-Isaac Sneeringer[1]; 2. 35-Steve Owings[7]; 3. 41-Jeffrey Halligan[3]; 4. 66A-Cody Fletcher[5]; 5. 4-Dwight Leppo[4]; 6. 10T-Brody Treaster[2]; 7. 41B-Shawn Weaver[6]; 8. 19D-Wyatt Hinkle[8]Time – 2:23.78

358 Sprint Heat 2 Finish (10 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 19G-Todd Gracey[1]; 2. 77-David Holbrook[6]; 3. 39-Jason Cunningham Jr[2]; 4. 99-Joe Trone Jr[3]; 5. 51-Austen Treuchet[4]; 6. 74-T. J. DeHaven[7]; 7. 3-Chris Priar[5]; 8. 77K-Steven Kisamore[8]. Time – 2:26.10


FEATURE (20 Laps) – 1. 8-Jim Young[2]; 2. 1-Brian Marriott[5]; 3. 6K-Mike Rutherford[10]; 4. 4T4-Joe Long Jr[1]; 5. 97-BILLY LOGEMAN[6]; 6. 64-Levi Peck[11]; 7. 23-Bradley Brown[4]; 8. 32-Chad Myers[20]; 9. 21T-Toby Blumenshine[7]; 10. 22-Michael Boer[9]; 11. 16-Keera Dupler[13]; 12. 96-Brock Whisler[14]; 13. 21-Zachary Cool[3]; 14. (DNF) 03-Branstin Shue[21]; 15. (DNF) 20-Cory Myers[12]; 16. (DNF) 44-Steven Cox[8]; 17. (DNF) 29C-Jeff Arigo[19]; 18. (DNF) 11G-Cheyenne Robicheaux[16]; 19. (DNF) 42U-Tyler Ulrich[15]; 20. (DNF) 6-Tim Mc Clelland[18]; (DNS) 32M-Shaun Mc Intyre; (DNS) 47-Bobby Lamond

Lap Leaders: Jim Young (1-20)

270 Micro Sprint Heat 1 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 20-Cory Myers[5]; 2. 22-Michael Boer[6]; 3. 97-BILLY LOGEMAN[7]; 4. 21-Zachary Cool[1]; 5. 16-Keera Dupler[3]; 6. (DNF) 11G-Cheyenne Robicheaux[4]; 7. (DNF) 29C-Jeff Arigo[2]; (DNS) 47-Bobby Lamond. No time.

270 Micro Sprint Heat 2 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 64-Levi Peck[2]; 2. 44-Steven Cox[6]; 3. 1-Brian Marriott[4]; 4. 8-Jim Young[3]; 5. 96-Brock Whisler[1]; 6. 32M-Shaun Mc Intyre[5]; 7. 32-Chad Myers[7]. Time – 2:10.91

270 Micro Sprint Heat 3 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 6K-Mike Rutherford[5]; 2. 21T-Toby Blumenshine[6]; 3. 23-Bradley Brown[2]; 4. 4T4-Joe Long Jr[4]; 5. 42U-Tyler Ulrich[3]; 6. 6-Tim Mc Clelland[1]; 7. 03-Branstin Shue[7]. Time – 2:14.41


FEATURE (20 Laps) – 1. 8-Jim Young[4]; 2. 17-Bradley Weber[7]; 3. 42K-Travis Keiser[6]; 4. 96-Jesse Snyder[5]; 5. 880-Kameron Morral[12]; 6. 17E-Dylan Norris[3]; 7. 56-Jake Frye[2]; 8. 4R-Zane Rudisill[8]; 9. 91-Randy Kunkle Jr[9]; 10. 14K-Hannah Riser[14]; 11. 7S-Mike Sherman[11]; 12. 16-Bret Cronrath[1]; 13. 71-Tyler Leese[10]; 14. (DNF) 16S-Brianne Cronrath Wittmer[13]; 15. (DNF) 6-Darren Kauffman[15]. No time.

Lap Leaders: Jim Young (1-20)

600 Micro Heat 1 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 96-Jesse Snyder[3]; 2. 17E-Dylan Norris[1]; 3. 56-Jake Frye[4]; 4. 42K-Travis Keiser[7]; 5. 4R-Zane Rudisill[6]; 6. 71-Tyler Leese[2]; 7. 16S-Brianne Cronrath Wittmer[8]; 8. 6-Darren Kauffman[5]. Time – 2:05.53

600 Micro Heat 2 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 8-Jim Young[4]; 2. 880-Kameron Morral[6]; 3. 16-Bret Cronrath[2]; 4. 17-Bradley Weber[7]; 5. 91-Randy Kunkle Jr[1]; 6. 7S-Mike Sherman[3]; 7. 14K-Hannah Riser[5]. Time – 2:05.37


FEATURE (20 Laps) – 1. 2W-Brian Walls[11]; 2. 100-Matt Wampler[3]; 3. 60-Aaron Beard[7]; 4. 37-Cory Weishaar[10]; 5. 94-Dalton Myers[6]; 6. 1J-Eric Johnson[12]; 7. 23B-Don Murphy[8]; 8. 33-Michael Goodwin[1]; 9. (DNF) 51-Jeremy Stremmel[4]; 10. (DNF) 94M-Zach Myers[2]; 11. (DNF) 36-Gary Warehime[5]; (DNS) 25-Travis Leh; (DNS) 11M-Gene Miller. No time.

Lap Leaders: Matt Wampler (1-3), Brian Walls (4-20)

Street Stock Heat 1 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 94-Dalton Myers[2]; 2. 51-Jeremy Stremmel[4]; 3. 94M-Zach Myers[6]; 4. 60-Aaron Beard[1]; 5. 23B-Don Murphy[7]; 6. 37-Cory Weishaar[5]; 7. (DNF) 2W-Brian Walls[3]. No time.

Street Stock Heat 2 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 36-Gary Warehime[2]; 2. 100-Matt Wampler[4]; 3. 33-Michael Goodwin[6]; 4. 1J-Eric Johnson[5]; 5. (DNF) 25-Travis Leh[1]; (DNS) 11M-Gene Miller. Time – 2:42.90


FEATURE (15 Laps) – 1. 81-Matt Chronister[11]; 2. 38-Jason Chronister[12]; 3. 69-Robbie Carroll[4]; 4. 92-Terry Hartlaub[10]; 5. 30-Justin Wagaman[9]; 6. 88-Justin Oberlin[6]; 7. 19R-Roy Denike[13]; 8. 16-Julio Perez[5]; 9. 6-Matt Worley[17]; 10. 99X-Creden Sponseller Jr[1]; 11. (DNF) 99-Cody Klinedinst[2]; 12. (DNF) 55-Shawn Snell[14]; 13. (DNF) 64-Charles Millender[8]; 14. (DNF) 3-Chelsea Weaver[3]; 15. (DNF) 32J-Justin Cardasso[15]; 16. (DNF) 25-Zachary Baldwin[16]; 17. (DNF) 47-Travis Brown[7]. No time.

Lap Leaders: Cody Klinedinst (1-5), Matt Chronister (6-15)

Limited Stocks Heat 1 Finish (6 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 81-Matt Chronister[2]; 2. 38-Jason Chronister[3]; 3. 64-Charles Millender[4]; 4. 88-Justin Oberlin[1]; 5. 69-Robbie Carroll[6]; 6. 99-Cody Klinedinst[5]; 7. 19R-Roy Denike[8]; 8. 32J-Justin Cardasso[9]; 9. 25-Zachary Baldwin[7]. Time – 2:01.75

Limited Stocks Heat 2 Finish (6 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 92-Terry Hartlaub[1]; 2. 30-Justin Wagaman[3]; 3. 47-Travis Brown[8]; 4. 16-Julio Perez[6]; 5. 3-Chelsea Weaver[4]; 6. 99X-Creden Sponseller Jr[2]; 7. 55-Shawn Snell[5]; (DNS) 6-Matt Worley. Time – 2:04.31

Danny Dietrich Wins Williams Grove Diamond Series 4K Friday, Watkins claims 305s

Mechanicsburg – Gettysburg’s Danny Dietrich piloted Gary Kauffman’s No. 48 sprint car to his first win of the Williams Grove Speedway season on Friday night, pocketing $4,000 for the victory in the second leg of the 2017 Diamond Series.

In the 20-lap PASS 305 sprint main, Mark Watkins took the win after Ian Detweiler spun out of the lead with four laps to go.

For Dietrich, it was a flag to flag victory in the 410 sprint main, with his pace slowed only once, on the second lap.

The caution period was for the stopped cars of Brock Zearfoss and Jay Galloway in the second turn.  The incident began when TJ Stutts nearly spun his mount before continuing on while the other two cars got collected.

Dietrich entered traffic on the eighth lap with Freddie Rahmer and Dale Blaney chasing him for the lead as they had since the drop of the green flag.

With 15 laps to go in the 25-lap feature, Lance Dewease got around Blaney for third while trying to catch Rahmer.

However neither Rahmer nor Dewease was able to close on the leader as all of the front-runners worked through traffic.

Dewease made a few attempts at an outside fourth turn pass of Rahmer for second but saw little results for his efforts.

Dietrich cruised unscathed to the victory by .393 seconds over Rahmer with Dewease finishing third followed by Blaney and Greg Hodnett.

Sixth through 10th went to Aaron Ott, Brian Montieth, Lucas Wolfe, Brandon Rahmer and Alan Krimes.

Heats went to Brandon Rahmer, Montieth and Dietrich.

The win was the 16th of Dietrich’s career at Williams Grove.

After two attempts at a start of the 305 sprint main, Ian Detweiler took the lead and had Mark Watkins chasing him in second when a caution flag unfurled with nine laps completed.

On the restart, Stephanie Dodson got around Watkins for second and again swapped the spot in the fourth corner before the lap could be completed.

And as it would turn out, that flip flop for second on the restart ended up being the race for the lead as Detweiler spun in front of the field while in command on the 16th tour, causing another yellow flag period and handing the lead to Watkins.

Dodson was unable to challenge on the lap 16 restart and it was Watkins taking advantage of the spin for the win.

Dodson was second followed by Scott Ellerman, Colby Dice and Cale Reigle.

Sixth through 10th went to Kyle Ganoe, Dave Brown Jr., Ken Duke Jr., Tommy Carberry and Darren Miller.

Heats went to Detweiler, Kyle Craker and Miller.

May 26, 2017
Feature Finishes

410 sprints, 25 laps: 1. Danny Dietrich, 2. Freddie Rahmer, 3. Lance Dewease, 4. Dale Blaney, 5. Greg Hodnett, 6. Aaron Ott, 7. Brian Montieth, 8. Lucas Wolfe, 9. Brandon Rahmer, 10. Alan Krimes, 11. Cory Haas, 12. Nicole Bower, 13. Rodney Westhafer, 14. Anthony Macri, 15. TJ Stutts, 16. Doug Esh, 17. Carl Bowser, 18. Jay Galloway, 19. Kody Lehman, 20. Kyle Pruitt, 21. Steve Buckwalter, 22. Brock Zearfoss

DNS: Troy Fraker

305 Sprints (20 laps): 1. Ian Detweiler, 2. Stephanie Dodson, 3. Scott Ellerman, 4. Colby Dice, 5. Cale Reigle, 6. Kyle Ganoe, 7. Dave Brown Jr., 8. Ken Duke Jr., 9. Tommy Carberry, 10. Darren Miller, 11. Kyle Craker, 12. Dave Grube, 13. Alex Potosky, 14. Donnie Hendershot, 15. Jon Haegele, 16. Mike Alleman, 17. Austin Bishop, 18. Jay Krout, 19. Erin Statler, 20. Tom Worrick, 21. Fred Arnold, 22. Kurt Knepper, 23. Ian Detweiler, 24. Andrew Hake, 25. Tyler Reeser, 26. Zach Newlin

DNS: Joe Kay, Dylan Shatzer

Monday, May 22, 2017

SELINSGROVE SPEEDWAY FINALLY BEATS THE WEATHER Mark Smith, Bryan Bernheisel & Tommy Slanker To Victory Lane

After three weeks off, two due to inclement weather, Selinsgrove Speedway pulled off an exciting three division show despite another serious effort to dampen the action by Mother Nature.

The Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprint series sanctioned the Mach 1 Chassis 360 Sprint Car Spectacular at on Reinhart Food Service Night Saturday with a strong 30-car field.

A multi-car incident on the start of the 25-lap main event in turns one and two resulted in Adam Carberry’s sprint car flipping over. All drivers escaped injury. At the drop of the green flag to restart the A-Main Jason Barney showed the way with Ryan Kissinger in pursuit.

Derek Locke drove into the top spot on the following lap with Kissinger in chase. Kissinger then closed in on Locke quickly in lap traffic. Kissinger's car developed mechanical problems on lap 11 and slowed to bring out a yellow flag.

A restart on lap 12 gave the field a shot at Locke after he led the race early. The double file restart brought Robbie Stillwaggon and Mark Smith to Locke, but a yellow put the field back to single file. Smith took advantage of the restart to take the top spots with a sweeping move around both Stillwaggon and then Locke. Once out front Smith drove away from the field.

The yellow flew on lap 20 to bunch the field up once more. On the restart, Chad Layton would take over second from Locke but as the two drivers battled Smith would drive away to his first win of the season at Selinsgrove and collect $2,000. Locke would secure the second spot before the drop of the checkered flag and Layton would round out the podium. Barney and Davie Franek were the top five finishers.

Heat races for the 360 Sprint Cars were won by Jeff Cook, Robbie Stillwaggon, and Davie Franek. The B-Main was won by Jason Shultz and the dash went to Michael Walter.

Track records were falling on a fast Selinsgrove Speedway. Michael Walter has the new track record in the 4 lap dash. Davie Franek now owns the track record for the 10-lap distance for sprint cars.

Bryan Bernheisel showed the field to the green flag in round two of the Moon Shine Camo Route 35 Late Model Challenge series. Bernheisel led early holding off the advances of a hard charging Jeff Rine.

Various yellow flags throughout the event allowed Rine to get close, but he was never able to make the pass of Bernheisel. In the final corner Rine made one final bid but was unable to get by.

The Delaware double file restarts definitely made things challenging said Bernheisel in victory Lane. He continued by saying, “I was trying to do something a little different and diamond them on the starts so that Rine wasn't able to get by me as easy on the inside.”

It all paid off for the 119 with "Kid Lazer" taking his first win of the season worth $2,000. Rine and 10th place starter Coleby Frye rounded out the podium. Chad Hollenbeck came from 19th to finish fourth followed by Jim Yoder.

Steve Campbell, Rick Singleton, and Tony Adams were the heat race winners for the Jeff's Auto Body Late Models.

AJ Stroup battled Dustin Snook early on in the pro stock feature event. The race was the final time for the drivers to tuneup for the rescheduled Pro Stock 20 next weekend.

Tommy Slanker showed he will be a force to be reckoned with driving from the 10th spot up into the top three before lap three ever went on the board. On lap six Slanker dove to the inside and made the pass of Stroup for the race lead. Soon Shawn Lawton would move into the runner-up spot and by lap 12 the lead was shrinking.

Lawton put all of his eggs in the basket going into turn three coming to the white flag when he went to the inside of the race leader Slanker. Lawton pushed up the track and Slanker was able to get away for his second win of the season.

Lawton crossed the line in second but was penalized at the end for passing before the cone. Stroup moved to second followed by Snook, Lawton, and Brandon Moser.

Heat races for the Pro Stocks were won by Shawn Lawton and AJ Stroup.

Next Saturday night, May 27, Selinsgrove Speedway is back in action on Pepsi Night over the Memorial Day weekend. Racing on May 27 will feature the 360 Sprint Cars plus Late Models, the rescheduled A&A Auto Stores Pro Stock 20, and Roadrunners plus Fireworks! Racing will kick off at 7pm. Track gates will open at 5 p.m.

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360 Sprints – 30 Entries
25-Lap A-Main: 1) 1 Mark Smith 2) 77 Derek Locke 3) 35 Chad Layton 4) 87 Jason Barney 5) 28F Davie Franek 6) 89 Robbie Stillwaggon 7) 76 Larry Kelleher 8) 29 Jason Shultz 9) 79 Jordan Thomas 10) 22 Troy Betts 11) 88C Chad Miller 12) 21 Alex Vigneault 13) 90 Matt Tanner 14) 10 Jeff Cook 15) 1W Eric Tomecek 16) 19K Paul Kinney 17) 14B Brett Wright 18) 56 Nate Snyder 19) 66 Ryan Kissinger 20) 63 Josh Weller 21) 33 Michael Walter 22) C4 Jim Shuster 23) 14 Coleman Gulick 24) 47 Adam Carberry 25) 99K Cody Keller 26) 49S Mallie Shuster
Heat Winners: Robbie Stillwaggon, Davie Franek, Jeff Cook
Dash Winner: Michael Walter
B-Main Winner: Jason Shultz

Late Models – 20 Entries
25-Lap A-Main: 1) 119B Bryan Bernheisel 2) 2J Jeff Rine 3) 0 Coleby Frye 4) 4D Chad Hollenbeck 5) 27 Jim Yoder 6) 17 Nick Dickson 7) 88 Tony Adams 8) 2 Steve Campbell 9) 99 Rick Singleton 10) 86 Austin Berry 11) 06 Mike Lupfer 12) Z14 Dave Brouse Jr. 13) 4S Danny Snyder 14) 7M Meade Hahn 15) 63 Nathan Long 16) 0 Larry Baer 17) 9 Hayes Mattern 18) 11 Jason Schmidt 19) 46 Dan Green 20) Dylan Yoder
Heat Winners: Steve Campbell, Rick Singleton, Tony Adams

Pro Stocks – 18 Entries
15-Lap A-Main: 1) 40 Tommy Slanker 2) 26 AJ Stroup 3) 15 Dustin Snook 4) 92 Shawn Lawton 5) 8M Brandon Moser 6) 33 Curtis Lawton 7) 14C Bill Conrad 8) 70J John Schreffler 9) 89 John Schoch 10) 40G Nick Gentile 11) 55 Lori Croop 12) 71 Kurt Wray 13) 11B Jake Buck 14) 99B Kyle Bachman 15) 86 Wayne Shaffer 16) 55T John Troxell 17) 6C AJ Hoffman 18) 02 John Fowler
Heat Winners: Shawn Lawton, AJ Stroup

Sunday, May 21, 2017

PAUL MILLER CHARGES TO FIRST SUSQUEHANNA WIN Dave Brown, Ryan Greth and Alex Updegraff Visit Victory Lane

By Brad Vores for Susquehanna Speedway

YORK HAVEN, PA…5/20/17
Paul Miller not only earned the Hard Charger award Saturday night at Susquehanna Speedway but the Fawn Grove., PA driver’s impressive charge resulted in his first win of the season in the 25-lap Credit Connection Auto Sales Super Sportsman feature.

Starting deep in the field in the 18th starting spot, Miller’s charge to the front was impressive as he took the lead with ten laps complete and then held off a feisty Kenny Edkin before securing the win.

Following two yellows before a lap could be completed, Devin Beidel led the first six laps before giving way to Tom Wyckoff who led laps seven and eight.

Beidel went back out front on the ninth lap but Miller drove by for the race lead, a lead he would never relinquish but had to fend off the challenges of Edkin, the feature winner the last time the Super Sportsman were in action.

Miller became the fourth different winner in as many races this season.

Edkin, who started 10th, settled for the runner-up spot trailed by 12th starter Scott Dellinger, Russ Miller and Tony Jackson with 19th starting Scott Geesey coming home sixth ahead of 21st starter Doug Dodson, Beidel, 20th starter Chase Gutshall and Jay Fannasy.

Jackson, Mitten and Justin Foster won heats for the 31-car field with Geesey taking the consolation win.

Cale Reigle led the first 11 laps of the 20-lap PASS/IMCA 305 Sprint car main before fourth-starting Dave Brown took control.

Brown would never look back as he became the third different winner in as many 305 Sprint mains this season at the track.

Tyler Reeser raced home second ahead of Reigle, 14th starter Darren Miller and Kyle Ganoe as Colby Dice, Austin Bishop, 19th starter Kyle Craker, Stefanie Carberry and Ken Duke, Jr. completed the top ten. Craker was named the Hard Charger.

Brown, Reeser, Dave Grube and Ganoe won heats for the 34-car field. Nick Sweigart won the consolation.

Ryan Greth led all 20 laps to score the win in the ARDC Midget feature over Alex Bright, Brendon Bright,  Bret Arndt and Tommy Kunsman.

The race was red flagged on the third lap for a violent series of flips on the front stretch by Trevor Kobylarz. He was not injured.

Arndt and Kunsman won heats for the 13 cars.

Continuing his domination over the division this year, defending track champion Alex Updegraff took the win in the Extreme Stock 50 lapper.

Updegraff started third and went out front with ten laps in the books and went onto dominate the remainder of the event for his fourth win of the season. He was followed by Jeff Gill, Michael Smith, Donnie Broderick and Jeff Waltz.

Heats for the 12 cars were won by Patrick McClane and Don Murphy.

Susquehanna Speedway returns to action Saturday night, May 27 as the Credit Connection Auto Sales Super Sportsman compete in the Blazers Body Shop Bud Bricker Nationals presented by Sutliff Chevrolet/PA Veterans Foundation. The Bernheisel Race Cars 358 Late Models, Morgan Paving/Aqua Fun Pools Street Stocks and Superior Homes Extreme Stocks are also on the racing card. Race time is 7PM.

There will also be a Test ‘N’ Tune on Wednesday night, May 24 from 6-9PM at the Speedway.

Credit Connection Auto Sales Super Sportsman (25 Laps)
1) 58 Paul Miller 2) 75 Kenny Edkin 3) 30 Scott Dellinger 4) 77 Russ Mitten 5) 17J Tony Jackson 6) 41 Scott Geesey 7) 54 Doug Dodson 8) 19 Devin Beidel 9) 1A Chase Gutshall 10) 222 Jay Fannasy 11) 99 Chad Smith 12) 56 Jake Miller 13) 77w Tom Wyckoff 14) 7 Timmie Barrick 15) 14 Nate Young 16) 44 Russ Lebo 17) 24 Justin Williams 18) 3B Mike Enders 19) 2M Matt Ondek 20) 91 Lanny Hake 21) 32 Gregg Foster 22) 23 Justin Foster 23) 27 Troy Hockenberry 24) 83 Bruce Buckwalter Jr.
Did Not Qualify: 20w Davey Walsh, 2 Austin Lorah, 13 Luke Deatrick, 10 Troy Rhome, 05 Bill Brown, 7 Todd Leonard, 8 Rich Eichelberger

PASS/ IMCA 305 SPRINTS (20 Laps):
1) 44x Dave Brown 2) 5T Tyler Reeser 3) 99 Cale Reigle 4) 9c Darren Miller 5) 0 Kyle Ganoe 6) 17A Colby Dice 7) 11 Austin Bishop 8) 14 Kyle Craker 9) 99 Stefanie Carberry 10) 67 Ken Duke Jr. 11) 8D Scott Ellerman 12) 3D Dave Grube 13) 83 Billy Ney 14) 28 Tommy Carberry 15) 9s Rick Stief 16) 77J Jeff Geiges 17) 18 Tim Tanner Jr. 18) 9B Brendon Poff 19) 39x Scott Frack 20) 8 Nick Sweigart 21) 20 Stephanie Dodson 22) 50 Jay Krout 23) 4c Cody Hackenberry 24) 92 Alex Potosky
Did Not Qualify: 70 Eddie Wagner, 77 Andrew Hake, 56 Bobby Scherff, 0 Harris Kohen, 2 Erin Statler, 15B Bryant Davis, 13 Kurt Knepper, 57v David Bonner, 94D Logan Diehl, 777 Doug Snow

Superior Homes Extreme Stocks (50 Laps)
1) 1 Alex Updegraff 2) 15 Jeff Gill 3) 76 Michael Smith 4) 97 Donnie Broderick 5) 77 Jeff Waltz 6) 37 Mallory Duvall 7) 95 Dan Snyder 8) 55 Patrick McClane 9) 7 Bill Powell 10) 41 Howard Williams 11) 10 Kyle Emig 12) 23B Don Murphy

ARDC Midgets ( 20 Laps ):
1) 4R Ryan Greth 2) 77 Alex Bright 3) 92 Brendon Bright 4) 46 Bret Arndt 5) 21 Tommy Kunsman 6) 5 PJ Gargiulo 7) 23M Kenny Miller 8) 24 Jay Hartman 9) 35 Andrew Layser 10) 7 Shawn Jackson 11) 14B Rohan Beasley 12) 14 Trevor Kobylarz


Kyle Ganoe led from flag to flag  to win his first ever CCMS IMCA 305 sprint car feature in the 20-lap event, but had to hold off Ken Duke for the whole race and a close car on the last lap.  “I felt Ken hit me on the rear end going into the third turn on the last lap, and I knew I better get on it.  It feels good to get my first ever win here, and I hope it is the first of many”.  “The car was not good early and me and my Dad worked on it all night to get it right.  I can’t thank him enough, because if not for him I would not be doing this, I spent all week in North Carolina working, it has been a stressful week.  I was still on the laptop at 6p.m. working”.  Defending track champ Scott Lutz drove to a third-place finish with sixth starting Ryan Lynn and Dale Schweikert.  The race was slowed by one caution on lap 8 for a spin by Mike Wenrick. Heats went to Lutz and Schweikert.

IMCA Sprints 1(0 Kyle Ganoe 2( 67 Ken Duke 3( 33 Scott Lutz 4( 26 Ryan Lynn 5(78 Dale Schweikert 6( 19 Tylor Cochran 7(78S Dakota Schweikert 8(41Z Jared Zionkowski 9(R6 Reed Thompson 10(4C Cody Hockenberry 11(54 Mike Wenrick 12(3G Josh Guiher DNS 7 Jim Kennedy


MECHANICSBURG, PA – Shane Stewart earned a total of $17,000 for his first career Williams Grove Speedway win in the Morgan Cup Saturday night sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series.

For the driver from Bixby, Okla., it was also his first series win of the season in the Larson Marks No. 2.

“If you would have told me my first win of this season was going to be at this racetrack, I wouldn’t have put all of Donald Trump’s money on that one,” said Stewart. “Track position was everything. This place gets really, really dirty and as I came up on the lapped traffic, I was more or less stuck.

Typically, you do see two grooves here, but tonight it just wasn’t there. The dash draw really helped put us out front. You don’t even know what it means to me to finally get to victory lane here. The East Coast isn’t always kind to me. I’m going to cherish this win for sure.”

Stewart and T.J. Stutts shared the front row for the 30-lap main event and nearly main contact as they raced down the frontstretch on the initial start. Stutts secured the lead in turns one and two. Stewart looked to the middle of the corners, but couldn’t pass the leader

He began to pull away with three laps completed. Third place Sheldon Haudenschild did a 360-spin in turn two. He kept racing and no caution flag was thrown.

Stewart began to close as they reached lapped traffic and blasted under Stutts as they raced into turn three and would slide in front of him. Stutts drove back under him and they were side-by-side down the frontstretch.

Haudenschild spun again and stopped in turn three interrupting the lead battle with 11 laps completed.

Stewart grabbed the lead on the double-file restart. Stutts tried to take it back, but couldn’t off turn two. Logan Schuchart passed Tim Shaffer for third and Lance Dewease was up to fifth following the restart.

“I didn’t get a good initial start to the feature,” said Stewart. “I told myself that if TJ picked the bottom that I actually thought the top was going to be a better starting spot. It worked out really good for us. Clean air makes a big difference. My guys have worked really hard this year. We haven’t had very good finishes. We’ve had some races that we should have won and I’ve either screwed up or we’ve had crazy stuff happen to us.”

A second turn crash involving Brian Montieth and Brent Marks slowed the pace with 15 laps completed.

Stewart picked the outside lane for the double-file restart and got a good one as he drove away from Stutts unchallenged. Daryn Pittman moved to fourth on the restart as Dewease lost some spots.
Stewart was in control as Shaffer got back by Schuchart on the restart and then pressured Stutts for second. Stewart had a 2.935 second lead when the caution flew with nine laps to go when Kraig Kinser stopped on the frontstretch.

Pittman blasted by two cars and into second on the restart and Shaffer drove by Stutts into third. Dewease was passing cars again with five laps remaining as he drove by Schuchart and into fourth.
Stewart controlled the final laps winning by 2.049 seconds over Pittman and Shaffer.

“I don’t think I’ve ever seen this place like this tonight,” said Pittman. “It was definitely different. Toward the end of the race it got more like normal Williams Grove. We had a good car on restarts and I could get by a couple guys each time. We’ve been working hard on this car. Shane was quite a bit faster than we were in clean air.”

“Tonight, we did the right things, put ourselves in position, and we’re on the frontstretch,” said Shaffer.

Dewease and Schuchart completed the top five and banged wheels on the backstretch following the checkers. Stutts, Ryan Taylor, David Gravel, Jason Johnson and Brad Sweet rounded out the top 10.
Johnson set quick time over the 37-car field with a lap of 16.402. Dewease, Sides, Schuchart and Shaffer followed Johnson in qualifying. Haudenschild, Stutts, Stewart, Taylor and Dale Blaney rounded out the top 10 in qualifying.

The eight-lap heat races were won by Johnson, Dewease, Sides and Schuchart. Stewart won the dash and Brent Marks won the Last Chance Showdown.

Sprint Car Feature (30 laps): 1. Shane Stewart. 2. Daryn Pittman. 3. Tim Shaffer. 4. Lance Dewease. 5. Logan Schuchart. 6. TJ Stutts. 7. Ryan Taylor. 8. David Gravel. 9. Jason Johnson. 10. Brad Sweet. 11. Dale Blaney. 12. Danny Dietrich. 13. Lucas Wolfe. 14. Donny Schatz. 15. Jason Sides. 16. Brandon Rahmer. 17. Joey Saldana. 18. Sheldon Haudenschild. 19. Trey Starks. 20. Anthony Macri. 21. Kraig Kinser. 22. Greg Hodnett. 23. Brent Marks. 24. Brian Montieth.
Did Not Qualify: Freddie Rahmer, Alan Krimes, Cory Haas, Steve Buckwalter, Dave Blaney, Doug Esh, Brock Zearfoss, Jacob Allen, Greg Wilson, Frankie Herr, Troy Fraker, Paul McMahan, Clyde Knipp.

Saturday, May 20, 2017

Mark Smith picks up 1st of the season with the URC at Bedford Speedway

Anytime Mark Smith pulls into the track he is a contender and on Friday night Smith parked the Mach 1 Chassis M1 back in victory lane at the Bedford Speedway. With 27 Capitol Renegade United Racing Club Sprint Cars signed into the pit area, three heat races were needed to determine the starting lineup for the 25 lap feature event.

Heat race winners went to Bill Unglert aboard the Paw It Forward Foundation, Gorman Property Maintenance #33b, The Cobra Chuck Hebing aboard the Wilkins Recreational Vehicles, Northcoast Performance #45 and the 2016 URC Defending Champion Davie Franek aboard the Franek Auto Sales, Escape RV #28f. There was a B-Main scheduled but when track promotor Joe Padula decided to start 24 cars instead of 20 cars the B was no longer needed. Joe Padula and Bedford Speedway put up the extra money to start the 4 more cars. Padula reported that if the drivers and car owners were going to support him and Bedford Speedway, then he was going to support the drivers and car owners by starting 24 cars.

The 24-car starting field was brought to the green flag by the #56 of Chris Coyle and the 5G of Curt Michael. At the drop of the green, Coyle jumped out to the lead with 4th place starter Davie Franek trailing close behind. By lap 5, Coyle was still in the lead, but Mark Smith was now in 2nd place and stalking the #56 waiting for his move. On lap 7, with Coyle now heavily involved with lapped traffic, Smith saw his chance using a lapped car as a pick and taking over the top spot. Coyle was also passed by Franek as he tried desperately to maneuver through lapped traffic. A lap 8 caution brought the 28f of Franek to the back bumper of Smith, but on the restart Smith just pulled away going uncontested for the remaining 17 laps.

URC Tidbits: Son of Series Sponsor Wayne Quackenbush, David Quackenbush made his first Capitol Renegade United Racing Club start of 2017. David finished in the 18th position. A heat race tangle resulted in URC front runner Josh Weller loading up early. After contact with Colby Womer, Weller hit the wall hard exiting turn 2 resulting in a bent chassis. Jimmy Stitzel put the #4 on the trailer after hot laps due to little to no oil pressure. With the 358’s not running anywhere, multiple 358 teams made the tow west to Bedford, #00 Chris Franks, #90 Jordan Givler, and #13 Ryan Higgins were all on hand.

The Capitol Renegade United Racing Club will now take off their wings and head to Path Valley Speedway on Sunday night May 21st. The next winged race will be next Saturday night at Selinsgrove Speedway.

1.Mark Smith, 2. Davie Franek, 3. Derek Locke, 4. Chris Coyle, 5. Curt Michael, 6. Chuck Hebing, 7. Robbie Stillwaggon, 8. Adam Carberry, 9. Glenndon Forsythe, 10. Eric Tomecek, 11. Chris Allen, 12. Bill Unglert, 13. Bryn Gohn, 14. Ed Aikin, 15. Brett Michalski, 16. Jordan Givler, 17. Chris Franks, 18. David Quackenbush, 19. Ryan Higgins, 20. Dalton Dietrich, 21. Jason Clauss, 22. Keith Prutzman, 23. Scott Goodrich, 24. Steven Drevicki


MECHANICSBURG, PA – David Gravel held off Donny Schatz over the final laps to win the Morgan Cup weekend opener Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway in a 25-lap main event sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series.

His seventh series win of the season, and second straight in Pennsylvania after winning Wednesday at Lincoln, was worth $8,000.

 “I’m with a great team with great crew guys,” said Gravel, of Watertown, Conn. “We just keep getting better and better. I got lucky with the dash draw again. When it goes your way; it goes your way. I guess it’s our time right now. The last restart, I didn’t feel that great, and I screwed up on the last corner on the last lap and I’m sure (Schatz) got pretty close. I had just enough to hold on.”

After winning the dash, Gravel started on the pole and grabbed the race lead over Brad Sweet as Greg Hodnett and Daryn Pittman raced hard for third with Hodnett getting the spot. Schatz started fifth and passed Pittman as well and then swapped third with Hodnett on lap two.

The caution flag flew with three laps completed for a third turn incident involving Lucas Wolfe and Joey Saldana.

Gravel extended his lead to about half a straightaway with 10 laps completed. He led by 1.3 seconds with 13 laps completed as he reached slower traffic.

This allowed Sweet to close as Gravel began to try the bottom groove to lap cars. Schatz drove by Hodnett and into third with seven laps to go and closed on the leaders.

They were having trouble passing the lapped cars and Schatz took advantage moving by Sweet and into second with four to go.

Jason Sides, who was lapped and in the middle of the leaders, ended up into the inside backstretch fence with four laps to go bringing out the caution flag. A single-file restart ensued.

Rahmer would drive by Sweet and into third on the restart as Schatz stayed right with Gravel. The caution flew again with three laps to go.

Gravel controlled the restart, but Schatz stayed within striking distance trying to make the bottom groove work as did Rahmer over the final laps. Gravel stayed on the cushion and had a miscue in turn four as Schatz closed even more finishing 0.380 behind Gravel. Rahmer finished a close third.

“You have to qualify good here,” said Gravel. “It’s huge. We did that tonight and keep putting ourselves in good positions.” “You’re not going to get him in open race track,” said Schatz. “We had to stay in traffic. That’s the way it goes some days. I had a great car. You have to make things happen off the cushion.”

“It means a lot to be able to race with these guys,” said Rahmer. “We put the whole night together. I’m pretty happy with this. We run our car to get faster at the end of the race. I needed to maintain early so I could get good at the end. I was really good in one and two. I just need to work on three and four for tomorrow night. “

Sweet and Hodnett completed the top five.

Pittman, Brian Montieth, Lance Dewease, Sheldon Haudenschild and Brent Marks rounded out the top 10.

Saldana set overall fast time with a lap of 16.639 in the second qualifying flight.  Grove point leader Rahmer set fast time in the first flight of qualifying with a lap of 16.818. A total of 41 cars were in the pits.

Rahmer, Schatz, Saldana and Pittman won the eight-lap heat races. Greg Wilson won the C-main, Gravel won the dash and Trey Starks won the Last Chance Showdown.

The Morgan Cup concludes Saturday night with the Morgan Cup and $17,000 going to the winner and the Morgan Cup trophy either staying at Williams Grove or Outlaws headquarters in Charlotte, N.C.

Sprint Car Feature (25 laps): 1. David Gravel. 2. Donny Schatz. 3. Freddie Rahmer 4. Brad Sweet. 5. Greg Hodnett. 6. Daryn Pittman. 7. Brian Montieth. 8. Lance Dewease. 9. Sheldon Haudenschild. 10. Brent Marks. 11. Logan Schuchart 12. Kraig Kinser. 13. Shane Stewart. 14. Jason Johnson. 15. Paul McMahan. 16. Dale Blaney. 17. Steve Buckwalter. 18. TJ Stutts. 19. Danny Dietrich .20. Trey Starks. 21. Jason Sides. 22. Lucas Wolfe. 23. Dave Blaney. 24. Joey Saldana.

Did Not Qualify: Tim Shaffer, Cory Haas, Brandon Rahmer, Ryan Taylor, Matt Campbell, Doug Esh, Brock Zearfoss, Jacob Allen, Greg Wilson, Anthony Macri, Rodney Westhafer, Frankie Herr, Daryl Stimeling, Troy Fraker, Clyde Knipp, Alan Krimes, Aaron Ott.


Fri., May 26, 2017 – Armed Forces Appreciation Day - Insinger Fuels 358 Sprint Car Spring Championship ($1,200 to win), Limited Stocks, Street Stocks, Mason-Dixon 270 Micro Sprints, 600 Micro Sprints (Gates open at 5:30 p.m., Racing begins at 7:45 p.m.)

HANOVER, PA (5/19/2017) – Steve Owings caught race-long leader Cody Fletcher in heavy lapped traffic to score his second win of the year in Friday night’s 25-lap 358 sprint car feature at Trail-Way Speedway.

“I hated to see Cody lose that race,” said Owings after exiting the Westminster Transmission/Westminster Lawn/Valentine Motorsports #35 in victory lane, “I want to thank the crew.  A monkey could drive this car.”

“There were a lot of lapped cars, but everyone held their line and nobody did anything stupid,” continued Owings, “This is a good place to run.  I don’t understand why more cars don’t come here to race.”

Actually, Friday night’s field of 19 cars was the biggest of the year.  Owings started eighth and was also the event’s Big Mike Crabhouse hard charger. Owings was fifth by the end of the first lap, advanced to third by the fifth lap, drove around Todd Gracey for second on lap seven, and spent the next 17 laps tracking down Fletcher before making the race-winning pass exiting turn two of lap 24.

Sixth-starting Isaac Sneeringer crossed third, followed by Gracey and 12th-starting Dwight Leppo.  Sixth through tenth were David Holbrook, T.J. DeHaven, Joe Trone, Jr., Landon Myers, and Austin Kirby.

Heats for the 358 sprint cars were won by Sneeringer, Holbrook, and Gracey.

The start of the feature events was delayed one-half hour by a shower that hit the speedway.

Brad Shank scored his first career win in the 25-lap feature for 358 late models.  Shank started fourth out of the five cars that were able to report out for the feature.  Travis Mease and Shank ran first and second the entire way until Shank took the lead on lap 13 as the two made contact on the front stretch and Mease spun into the infield.  Bobby Beard assumed second for the restart and ran there the rest of the way, crossing .63 seconds behind the winner.  Tommy Slaker  finished third, followed by Mease and Larry Neiderer.

The lone heat for the eight 358 late models was won by Bobby Beard.

Chris Transeau raced to his first win of the year and the third of his TW career in the 20-lap Central PA Legends feature.  Bill Diehl led the first 15 laps from the pole before yielding to Transeau.  One lap later, Diehl dropped from the field with damage from an earlier incident with a lapped car during a caution period.

Australian Hayden Pascoe finished second, followed by Justin Mitchell, Jeff Herbst, and 12th-starting Mason Chaney.

Heats for the 26 Legends were won by Diehl, Transeau, and Scott Houdeshell.  Alex Schmidel was the consolation winner.

 Jason Chronister drove away from the field to score his second win of the year and career 16th in the 15-lap limited stock feature.  Chronister started fourth, crossed second behind polesitter Robbie Carroll at the end of the first lap, and took the lead from Carroll on lap two.  Shannon Weaver, Travis Brown, Julio Perez, and 12th-starting Justin Wagaman finished second through fifth.

Heats for the 23 limited stocks were won by Weaver, Chronister, and Brown.

Next Friday, May 19, 2017, Trail-Way Speedway hosts the rescheduled Insinger Fuels 358 Sprint Car Spring Championship, paying $1,200 to win. Joining the Sprint Cars will be the Street Stocks, Limited Stocks, Mason-Dixon 270 Micro Sprints and the 600 Micro Sprints. Gates open at 5:30 p.m., with heats beginning at 7:45 p.m.

For all the latest news and related information from Trail-Way Speedway, fans are reminded to visit the speedway website at The complete story and agate from each race night is posted shortly after the final checkered flag.


FEATURE (25 Laps) – 1. 57-Bradly Shank[4]; 2. 33-Bobby Beard[5]; 3. 67-Tommy Slanker[1]; 4. 116-Travis Mease[2]; 5. 121-Larry Neiderer[6]; 6. 1*-Zac Weller[3]; 7. 21Z-Cam Zeigler[7]; 8. U10-Sam Gallagher[8]. No time.

Lap Leaders: Travis Mease (1-12), Brad Shank (13-25)

358 Late Model Heat 1 Finish (10 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 33-Bobby Beard[1]; 2. 57-Bradly Shank[4]; 3. 1*-Zac Weller[5]; 4. 116-Travis Mease[7]; 5. 67-Tommy Slanker[6]; 6. 121-Larry Neiderer[3]; 7. (DNF) 21Z-Cam Zeigler[8]; 8. (DNF) U10-Sam Gallagher[2]. No time.


FEATURE (25 Laps) – 1. 35-Steve Owings[8]; 2. 66A-Cody Fletcher[1]; 3. 19Z-Isaac Sneeringer[6]; 4. 19G-Todd Gracey[4]; 5. 4-Dwight Leppo[12]; 6. 77-David Holbrook[5]; 7. 74-T. J. DeHaven[7]; 8. 99-Joe Trone Jr[10]; 9. 19-Landon Myers[13]; 10. 28-Austin Kirby[3]; 11. 22T-Dave Thrush[17]; 12. 51-Austen Treuchet[16]; 13. 10T-Brody Treaster[9]; 14. 77K-Steven Kisamore[19]; 15. 8-Kenny Kuhn[14]; 16. 3-Chris Priar[11]; 17. (DNF) 41B-Shawn Weaver[2]; 18. (DNF) 19L-Adam Lyman[15]; 19. (DNF) 27-Jacob Galloway[18]. No time.

Lap Leaders: Cody Fletcher (1-23), Steve Owings (24-25)

358 Sprint Heat 1 Finish (10 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 19Z-Isaac Sneeringer[4]; 2. 28-Austin Kirby[1]; 3. 74-T. J. DeHaven[2]; 4. 4-Dwight Leppo[3]; 5. 19-Landon Myers[6]; 6. 51-Austen Treuchet[5]; 7. 77K-Steven Kisamore[7]. Time – 2:27.87

358 Sprint Heat 2 Finish (10 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 77-David Holbrook[1]; 2. 41B-Shawn Weaver[2]; 3. 35-Steve Owings[5]; 4. 99-Joe Trone Jr[4]; 5. 8-Kenny Kuhn[3]; 6. 22T-Dave Thrush[6]. Time – 2:23.32

358 Sprint Heat 3 Finish (10 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 19G-Todd Gracey[1]; 2. 66A-Cody Fletcher[3]; 3. 10T-Brody Treaster[2]; 4. 3-Chris Priar[5]; 5. 19L-Adam Lyman[4]; 6. (DNF) 27-Jacob Galloway[6]. No time.


FEATURE (20 Laps) – 1. 18-Chris Transeau[3]; 2. 3AU-Hayden Pascoe[5]; 3. 91-Justin Mitchell[8]; 4. 18H-Jeff Herbst[6]; 5. 8CR-Mason Chaney[12]; 6. 20-Rocky Magaro[4]; 7. 69X-Justice Forbes[11]; 8. 2-Scott Smith[9]; 9. 83-Jason Gastley[14]; 10. 27-Greg Burd[18]; 11. 8-Robert Shaw[17]; 12. 79-Ed Trump[23]; 13. (DNF) 5-Scott Houdeshell[2]; 14. (DNF) 9-Rick Hartwig[13]; 15. (DNF) 58Z-Zachary Settle[16]; 16. (DNF) 8X-Austin Bellemore[7]; 17. (DNF) 53-Bill Diehl[1]; 18. (DNF) 519-Tim O Sheehan[10]; 19. (DNF) 7MD-Nathan Renfro[19]; 20. (DNF) 51-Travis Mc Clelland[15]; 21. (DNF) 95-Alex Schmidel[22]; 22. (DNF) 99-Wayne Welsh[20]; 23. (DNF) 82-Bryan Hayberger[24]; 24. (DNF) 25-Cody Madison[21]. No time.

Lap Leaders: Bill Diehl (1-15), Chris Transeau (16-20)

Legend Heat 1 Finish (8 Laps/7 Qualify) – 1. 18-Chris Transeau[1]; 2. 20-Rocky Magaro[5]; 3. 8X-Austin Bellemore[4]; 4. 519-Tim O Sheehan[3]; 5. 9-Rick Hartwig[7]; 6. 58Z-Zachary Settle[8]; 7. 7MD-Nathan Renfro[9]; 8. 82-Bryan Hayberger[6]; 9. 18S-Jorje Anna Sweger[2]. Time – 2:46.84

Legend Heat 2 Finish (8 Laps/7 Qualify) – 1. 5-Scott Houdeshell[2]; 2. 3AU-Hayden Pascoe[4]; 3. 91-Justin Mitchell[6]; 4. 69X-Justice Forbes[7]; 5. 83-Jason Gastley[9]; 6. 8-Robert Shaw[1]; 7. 99-Wayne Welsh[8]; 8. 79-Ed Trump[5]; 9. 34-Dan Harrison[3]. Time 2:36.35

Legend Heat 3 Finish (8 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 53-Bill Diehl[1]; 2. 18H-Jeff Herbst[3]; 3. 2-Scott Smith[5]; 4. 8CR-Mason Chaney[8]; 5. 51-Travis Mc Clelland[2]; 6. 27-Greg Burd[7]; 7. 25-Cody Madison[4]; 8. 30-Alex Robinson[6]; 9. 95-Alex Schmidel[9]. Time – 2:34.06 (New 8-lap track record)

Legend Consolation Finish (8 Laps/3 Qualify) – 1. 95-Alex Schmidel[6]; 2. 79-Ed Trump[2]; 3. 82-Bryan Hayberger[1]; 4. 34-Dan Harrison[5]; 5. 30-Alex Robinson[3]; 6. 18S-Jorje Anna Sweger[4]. No time.


FEATURE (15 Laps) – 1. 38-Jason Chronister[4]; 2. 2X-Shannon Weaver[5]; 3. 47-Travis Brown[3]; 4. 16-Julio Perez[2]; 5. 30-Justin Wagaman[12]; 6. 19R-Roy Denike[8]; 7. 6-Matt Worley[10]; 8. 88-Justin Oberlin[11]; 9. 69-Robbie Carroll[1]; 10. 64-Charles Millender[7]; 11. 77-Justin Mong[9]; 12. 86-Tom Spangler[16]; 13. 81-Matt Chronister[19]; 14. 15-Chris Anderson[15]; 15. 25-Zachary Baldwin[13]; 16. 99X-Creden Sponseller Jr[20]; 17. 8-Roger Rhodes III[14]; 18. (DNF) 47X-Jim Jacobs[18]; 19. (DNF) 32-Jeff Foster[23]; 20. (DNF) 11B-Joseph LaClaire[17]; 21. (DNF) 46-Joshua Spangler[21]; 22. (DNF) 99-Cody Klinedinst[22]; (DNS) 22-Chad Martin. Time – 5:08.84

Lap Leaders: Robbie Carroll (1), Jason Chronister (2-15)

 Limited Stocks Heat 1 Finish (6 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 2X-Shannon Weaver[3]; 2. 16-Julio Perez[6]; 3. 22-Chad Martin[8]; 4. 77-Justin Mong[7]; 5. 25-Zachary Baldwin[4]; 6. (DNF) 86-Tom Spangler[5]; 7. (DNF) 81-Matt Chronister[2]; (DNS) 32-Jeff Foster. No time.

Limited Stocks Heat 2 Finish (6 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 38-Jason Chronister[4]; 2. 69-Robbie Carroll[5]; 3. 64-Charles Millender[1]; 4. 6-Matt Worley[3]; 5. 8-Roger Rhodes III[6]; 6. 11B-Joseph LaClaire[8]; 7. 99X-Creden Sponseller Jr[7]; 8. (DNF) 99-Cody Klinedinst[2]. Time – 2:02.93

Limited Stocks Heat 3 Finish (6 Laps/All Qualify) – 1. 47-Travis Brown[2]; 2. 30-Justin Wagaman[5]; 3. 19R-Roy Denike[1]; 4. 88-Justin Oberlin[7]; 5. 15-Chris Anderson[4]; 6. 47X-Jim Jacobs[6]; 7. 46-Joshua Spangler[3]. Time – 2:04.59