It was Posse vs. Outlaws on Saturday, but those were late models and Jared Miley represented the Pennsylvania Posse as he pulled off the upset to earn his first career win in the World of Outlaws Late Model Series at Port Royal Speedway. .
The win was worth $10,000 and was also the Pittsburgh native’s first career triumph at Speedway. Shane Clanton kicked off the evening by registering the $100 bonus offered by Lauver’s Concessions as the winner of the fast time prize among the 41 cars present.
Miley won the checkered flag by separating a pair of run-in cars with three laps remaining at the necessary distance between everyone coming in two with ease over Greg Satterlee, Max Blair, Rick Eckert and Colton Flinner. Matt Cosner, Clanton, Tanner English, Dennis Erb Jr. and Gary Stuhler complete the top 10.
Light rain showers hit the speedway eight laps in the 410 sprint car event to halt the action and sent fans rushing for cover. While it looked like the show might go on, downpours arrived minutes later to wash away the rest of the night’s event. No official rain date was scheduled at the time and Speedway officials are considering multiple dates for the sprint car makeover as well as the other late model makeover feature that was planned.
At The Grove, Lance Dewease won his first Williams Grove Speedway sprint car of the 2022 season on Friday, scoring $5,000 for the victory which was also the 104th of his career at the oval. In the 358 main sprint, the more things change, the more they stay the same as Derek Locke earned his 10th straight division victory, keeping alive a streak that now spans three seasons.
Williams Grove Speedway will honor veteran sprint car ace Randy Wolfe on Friday when the All Stars Circuit of Champions Sprints take on Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint cars in the Randy Wolfe Tribute Race paying out $10,000 to the winner. The special event is sprints only, a divisional race program to help kick off the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
Freddie Rahmer started the season with a victory at the Ice Breaker to defend his 2021 Lincoln Speedway track championship. Rahmer picked up his second victory of the season on Saturday. On the winless stretch, Rahmer said: “It’s been a bit of a test here lately. It feels good to win, it’s been a while.
Steve Owings wired the peloton to kick off the 358 Summer Series with a win on Saturday night.
Lincoln Speedway is back on Saturday with the Bob Leiby Memorial with 410 sprints, 358 sprints and Central PA Legends. The race starts at 7:30 p.m. with the pit doors opening at 4 p.m. and the grandstand doors opening at 5:30 p.m.
After two straight weeks of rain, it was finally time to kick off the 2022 season on Saturday night at Hummingbird Speedway. The 2022 season opener marked the first race with new flagman Earl Jackson at the helm. Former flag bearer Bob Connor made his return to full-time racing driving professional stock. It was expected to be an action-packed season opener with our six regular divisions in action, as well as the Young Guns Jr. sprints visiting for the first time this season and the first race of the PowderPuff series. Mother Nature had different plans.
Young Guns Jr. sprints, super late models, and pro actions were all able to integrate their features. The weather started to change as the mid-late models hit the trail. The wind started to pick up and a noticeable drop in temperature could be felt. The drastic change in weather led to the lights going out around the fast lane, putting the racing action under a red flag.
The power outage was followed soon after by steady rain. Regular rain and loss of power will eventually put an end to the night race. The feature winners before time ran out were: Cameron McClure in the Young Guns Jr. Open Sprint Class; Easton Corbin in the Young Guns Jr. sprint stock class; Paul Kot in Super Late Models; and Brandon Connor in professional stocks.
At Selinsgrove Speedway, Briggs Danner of Allentown settled a thrilling wheel-to-wheel battle with Alex Bright of Collegeville as he parked his #5G wingless 360 sprint car in victory lane for the sixth time this season in USAC competition. East Coast.
The 25-lap main event victory was the second of Danner’s career at Selinsgrove.
Middleburg’s Andrew Yoder won the season opener for Limited Late Models in the division’s 20-round main event. The win was Yoder’s third this season. Wells Tannery’s Garrett Bard held off late-race challenges from Austin Reed of Etters to claim victory in the 20-lap PASS 305 sprint car race. Two-time defending champion Jake Jones of Hunlock Creek won the 12-lap roadrunner race and became the fourth different winner in as many races at the track this season.
Selinsgrove Speedway is back in action on Thursday with a special holiday show featuring the 410 sprint cars, super late models and 305 sprint cars at 7:30 p.m. Grandstand doors open at 5:30 p.m.
Jersey Shore’s Jeremy Ohl raced his No. 5 to victory lane Friday at Clinton County Speedway in the Late Models Limited division. It was Ohl’s first win of the season at the 3/8 mile oval. Millerstown’s Brandon Moser was the pro stock winner, Jeffrey Weaver won the 270 microsprints and Scott Englert won the four-cylinder event.
Hidden Valley Speedway opened its 30th season on Saturday and hosted the first race under the DMS Motorsports banner. A fast multi-groove track saw Clearfield’s Gary Little copy the mid-late feature with Slippery Rock’s Rick Regalski picking up the small-block modified feature; Todd English winning the street main stock with Indiana’s Greg Blystone taking the pure main stock; and William Kephart of Shilo beating the four cylinders.
Coming Saturday is the super late models’ first of two appearances as Shawn “Sheets” The McGarvey Memorial takes place as part of Memorial Day festivities. Semi-late models, street stocks, pure stokcs and four cylinders join the super late models.
Latest model results: 1. Jared Miley; 2. Gregg Satterlee; 3.Max Blair; 4.Rick Eckert; 5. Colton Flinner.
410 sprint cars, 25 laps: 1. Lance Dewease; 2. Anthony Macri; 3.Danny Dietrich; 4.Dylan Cisney; 5.Lucas Wolfe. 358 sprints, 20 laps: 1. Derek Locke; 2. Wolf Jayden; 3. Tyler Brehm; 4.Steve Owings; 5. Frankie Herr.
410 sprint (30 laps): 1 Freddie Rahmer ($4,000); 2. Chase Dietz; 3. Alan Krimes; 4. Tim Wagaman; 5. Danny Dietrich. 358 sprints with MacMor Summer Series (25 laps): 1. Steve Owings ($1,500); 2. Travis Scott; 3. Cody Fletcher; 4.David Holbrook; 5.Chris Frank.
Semi-late: 1. Gary Little, Clearfield; 2. Eric Lucas, 3. Brandon DeBrakeleer, 4. Steve Scaife Jr., 5. Larry Conklin Jr. Modified Small Block: 1. Rick Regalski, Slippery Rock; 2. Hayden Holden, 3. Jordan Luzier, 4. Robert Garvey. Street Stocks: 1. Todd English, Clearfield; 2. Chad Rougeux, 3. Allen Lamb. Pure Stocks: 1. Greg Blystone, Indiana; 2. Todd Coble, 3. Tyler Blushing, 4. Ron Benton, 5. Bryan Jones. Four cylinders: 1. William Kephart, Shilo; 2. Tyler Gill, 3. Tanner Ogden, 4. Steve Martell, 5. Allen Robinson.
380 sprint cars, 25 laps A-Main: 1. Briggs Danner; 2.Alex Bright; 3. Joey Amantea; 4. Carmen Perigo; 5.Mark Smith. PASS 305 sprint cars, 25 entries, 20 laps A-Main: 1. Garrett Bard; 2. Austin Reed; 3. Drew Young; 4.Doug Dodson; 5. Erin Staler. Limited Late Models, 20 Entries, 20 Rounds A-Main: 1. Andrew Yoder; Devin Hart; 3. Trent Brenneman; 4. Jeremy Ohl; 5. Shaun Lawton. Roadrunners, 12 entries, 12 rounds A-Main: 1. Jake Jones; 2.Keith Bissinger; 3.Scott Landis; 4. Curtis Lawton; 5.Nate Romig.
Limited Late Models: 1. Jeremy Ohl; 2. Kevin Probst; 3.Jim Yoder; 4. Devin Hart; 5. Nick Loffredo. Professional Stocks: 1. Brandon Moser; 2.Robert Tressler; 3. Johnny Bouse; 4. Cory Long; 5. Kris Orwig. 270 micro sprints: 1. Jeffrey Weaver; 2. Zachary Glass; 3. Timmy Bittner; 4. Tom Quiggle; 5. Macwert. Four cylinders: 1. Scott Englert; 2.Chole Smith; 3. Tim Raup; 4.Chris Small; 5. Blake Snyder.
600cc pickups (25 cars): 1. Ayden Hare; 2.Brandon Shearer; 3. Mason Beinhower; 4. Dexter Strawser; 5. Bill Billett. Street stocks V-8 (9 cars): 1. Kody site; 2.Ryan Smith; 3. Mike Walls; 4.Jasen Geesaman; 5. Brian Buyer. Wingless super sports car (17 cars): 1. Derek Sheaffer; 2. Eric Walker; 3.Jason Failor; 4.Steve Wilbur; 5. Gene Eppley. 270cc Microsprints (28 cars): 1. Cory Myers; 2. Lake Laughman; 3. Kyle Hendershot; 4. Brad Cowan; 5. Tyler Brown. Strictly stock four-cylinder (20 cars): 1. Bentley Williamson; 2.Chris Anderson; 3. Jimmy Moyer; 4.David Moore; 5. Clint Heimbaugh.