COMING UP AT LERNERVILLE SPEEDWAY
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Meet the Drivers Night
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Tuesday, July 19 - Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup XXV
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Jared Miley and AJ Flick stay ahead of attrition to win
Mat Williamson steals a win in the Diehl Mods from Jimmy Weller
Corey McPherson becomes the first repeat winner of 2016
Sarver, PA (May 20, 2016) On a night in which we paid tribute to our beloved PA Announcer Dow Carnahan, the Action Track lived up to its moniker with a pair of wild features in the Precise Racing Products DIRTcar Late Models and Peoples Natural Gas DIRTcar Sprints. Jared Miley passed early leader Michael Lake and then held off Russ King late to score his first win of the season and the 24th of his career. AJ Flick also had to make a pass of an early leader in the form of Adam Kekich and the two battled wheel-to-wheel for a few laps before Flick pulled away slightly. The action heated up quickly behind him and the attrition claimed multiple cars as Flick cruised to his first win of the season. In between those two features was a scintillating finish as Defending Diehl Automotive DIRTcar Northeast Big Block Modified Track Champion Mat Williamson stole a win from Jimmy Weller at the flagstand after Weller led 24.999 laps; the margin of victory was just .004 seconds! Corey McPherson started on the pole and finished in Dlubak Powder Coatings Victory Lane for the second time this season in the Millerstown Pic-A-Part DIRTcar Sportsman.
Rest in Peace Dow Carnahan
Sarver, PA (May 1, 2016) It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of a beloved member of the Lernerville Speedway family; longtime PA Announcer Dow Carnahan. Dow passed away suddenly Friday Night, April 29. We ask that you pray for Dow’s immediate family and the Lernerville Speedway family that loved and will miss him dearly.
Of Dow’s passing, Lernerville General Manager Gary Risch Jr. stated, “Our racing family is as strong as ever, but it will take all of us to get through this and move on as he would want us to do. It will be hard, but we will persevere just as he did last summer when his beloved Nancy passed away in a similar, sudden manner.”