COMING UP AT LERNERVILLE SPEEDWAY
Fab4 Racing continues every Friday in August!
Friday/Saturday, Sept. 2&3 - Working Man 50 pres. by GottaRace.com
featuring the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series
Saturday, Sept. 24 - Commonwealth Clash pres. by Classic Ink
featuring the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Cars
Fab4 Fueled by Turner’s Championship stretch drive begins Friday, July 29
Millerstown Pic-A-Part Sportsman/Stock division added to Working Man 50
Sarver, PA (July 25, 2016) With the Don Martin Memorial 25th Anniversary Silver Cup in the rearview mirror and the cancelation of last Friday’s Modified Mania, Fab4 Racing Fueled by Turner's Premium Iced Teas has officially entered the stretch drive to the 2016 Track Championships. Jack Sodeman Jr., Russ King, Mat Williamson and Corey McPherson lead the point standings in their respective divisions heading into the final five weeks of Fast Fridays of Fab4 Fueled by Turner’s.
This Friday, July 29 is also Nostalgia Night as Rappin’ on Racin’s Don Gamble has once again assembled a who’s who of the drivers spanning the almost 50 year history of Don Martin’s Lernerville Speedway. As always, in addition to the drivers, there will also be classic race cars on display, including the beautifully restored Yenko #1 Camaro/Late Model made famous by all time Lernerville wins leader and Hall of Famer Bob Wearing Sr.
Fab4 Racing Fueled by Turner’s Premium Iced Teas will continue through the final weekend in August, culminating with Championship Night of Friday, August 26 when we will crown of 2016 Track Champions.
Sodeman drives his dad’s tribute car to victory on Nostalgia Night
Swartzlander and Flinner pad Hall of Fame resumes
Zambotti dedicates third win of 2016 to Ralph Engle
Sarver, PA (July 29, 2016) Friday Night was Nostalgia Night and Jack Sodeman Jr. paid a fitting tribute to his Hall of Fame father Jack Sodeman Sr. by driving his retro Arby’s scheme to Dlubak Powder Coatings Victory Lane for the third time this season.
Before Sodeman did his trademark wing dance in Victory Lane, future Hall of Famers Brian Swartzlander and John Flinner returned to Victory Lane for the first time this season.
Nostalgia Night came to a dramatic finish as Joey Zambotti held off the furious charges of Defending Track Champion Corey McPherson and Aaron Easler in the Millerstown Pic-A-Part Sportsman. After scoring his third feature win of the season, Zambotti climbed the front stretch fence and then later in Victory Lane dedicated the win to Lernerville Tech Inspector Ralph Engle who is dealing with health issues.