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Moyer Resumes World of Outlaws Late Model Series Winning Ways In Lernerville Speedway’s ‘Showdown in Sarvertown’ 4.15


Moyer Resumes World of Outlaws Late Model Series Winning Ways In Lernerville Speedway’s ‘Showdown in Sarvertown’


 

SARVER, PA – April 15, 2008 – Billy Moyer didn’t take long to get back on track.

 

After seeing his three-race World of Outlaws Late Model Series win streak snapped four days earlier, the short-track legend from Batesville, Ark., roared back into the tour’s limelight with a convincing victory in Tuesday night’s 50-lap ‘Showdown in Sarvertown’ at Lernerville Speedway.

 

The 50-year-old Moyer, who started third, overtook polesitter Shane Clanton of Locust Grove, Ga., for the lead on lap four and never looked back. He raced virtually unchallenged to his fourth win in six WoO LMS events this season, erasing memories of his rare loss on April 11 at Virginia Motor Speedway.

 

“We all know that you can’t win them all,” said Moyer, thinking back to his 17th-place VMS run that was dulled by a blown left-rear tire as he battled for the lead. “We had a tire problem (at Virginia Motor), but I don’t know if I’d have beat (eventual winner Jeremy Miller) anyway because he did a heckuva job.

 

“We just chalked it up as one of those nights, then went back to work and tweaked on the car a little more before coming here. We just keep making some small changes, playing with the whole chassis part of it, and keep getting it a little bit better.

 

“I think for the condition here tonight,” he added, “it felt pretty good.”

 

There’s no doubt that Moyer’s Banner Valley Hauling-sponsored Victory Circle M1 Chassis looked good on the four-tenths-mile oval, which opened its 2008 season with the mid-week WoO LMS event. He pulled away following restarts on laps 21, 33 and 34 and handled late-race lapped traffic with ease en route to a victory margin of 1.663 seconds over Clanton, whose runner-up finish in the RSD Enterprises Rocket was his season-best on the WoO LMS.

 

Chub Frank of Bear Lake, Pa., marched forward from the 10th starting spot to place a close third in his Lester Buildings Rocket. Defending WoO LMS champion Steve Francis of Ashland, Ky., started and finished fourth in Dale Beitler’s Reliable Painting/Valvoline Rocket, and Rick Eckert of York, Pa., advanced from the seventh starting position to complete the top five in Raye Vest’s GRT.

 

Once in command, Moyer seemed to have his car, which he famously helped develop in collaboration with the Bakersfield, Calif.-based Victory Circle shop, set on cruise control.

 

“It’s a big tire game, a tire war going on out there, so I was trying to make sure I had (some tires) left if I really had to get after it,” said Moyer, who used Hoosier rubber on his Clements-powered car. “The car was good enough that I could run around there at 70, 80 percent and have something left if somebody got to pressuring me with 10, 15 laps to go.

 

“I didn’t want to run too hard and have my tires all sealed up if somebody challenged me. I was trying to keep that in mind.”

 

Of course, there was no true challenger to Moyer’s throne. Clanton, 32, led the first three laps of the race, but, while he put up a good fight, he wasn’t a match for Moyer’s speed.

 

“When you get to a place like this it’s easier to follow than it is to lead,” said Clanton. “(Moyer) followed me for three laps, saw where my weak spots were, and then he went by me.

 

“When I changed my line and started driving in as hard as he was, it didn’t seem like he pulled me that bad. But he was a little bit better than I was – and on every restart, it took my car four of five laps to get going.”

 

Moyer pocketed $10,150 for the victory, his 10th overall of the young 2008 season. It tied him with Frank for fourth on the modern-era (2004-present) WoO LMS win list, with 13 victories, and was his alltime-best 35th career WoO LMS win (including the original 1988-89 seasons).

 

In addition, Moyer registered his second career WoO LMS win at Lernerville. He previous triumph came in a rain-shortened event on April 29, 2005 – early in a season that saw him capture his third tour title.

 

“Everything’s going good and we’re making the right decisions,” bottom-lined Moyer, who leads the WoO LMS points standings and has already earned $64,000.

 

Clanton knows that Moyer is on top of his game, but he doesn’t see the veteran driver as being unbeatable.

 

“I think he’s just got momentum and confidence,” said Clanton, who beat Frank to the finish line by less than half of a second. “Confidence is so important. I know, because my confidence is building. I’m finishing races now – and finishing up front.

 

“Maybe I can carry some confidence to Charlotte this weekend (for the $50,000-to-win Circle K Colossal 100 at The Dirt Track @ Lowe’s Motor Speedway) and run up front. I know that’s what Billy is gonna do.”

 

Frank, 46, nearly swept around the outside of both Francis and Clanton to snag second off turn four on lap 35, but Clanton held on to the position. That might have been the end of Frank’s hopes for a victory at his favorite track.

 

“I was going by Clanton, and then (Francis) shoved him out of the way and (Clanton) took my lane away,” quipped Frank. “I got into Clanton a little bit on the frontstraightaway when I slid up.

 

“Maybe if I would’ve gotten by Clanton there (for second) I would’ve had something for Moyer. I don’t know, but I would’ve liked to try. With clear racetrack, my car was good.”

 

Francis, 40, was simply a bit off the fast setup for the A-Main.

 

“We gambled and went a little softer on tires than everybody else and it didn’t work out,” said Francis, who took second from Clanton on lap 23 before ceding the spot back a few circuits later. “That’s just the learning curve I have with the (American Racer) tires.”

 

Eckert, 42, grabbed fifth from 13th-starter Darrell Lanigan of Union, Ky., on lap 30 and held the position to the finish. But he felt fortunate to maintain the spot during the race’s late stages because he ran the final 16 laps without his car’s fifth-coil, which fell off his car during a lap-34 caution period and left him devoid of traction for the remaining distance.

 

Finishing in positions 6-10 were Lanigan, who climbed as high as third; Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va., who struggled with a push condition after five consecutive green-flag laps; Brian Shirley of Chatham, Ill., who ended a string of three straight finishes of 19th and worse; Mike Balzano of Parkersburg, W.Va., who earned the $500 WoO LMS ‘Bonus Bucks’ for being the highest-finishing driver who’s never won a tour event; and Jeep VanWormer of Pinconning, Mich.

 

Among the race’s casualties were Gypsum Racing teammates Tim Fuller of Watertown, N.Y., and Billy Decker of Unadilla, N.Y.

 

Decker was the race’s first retiree, while Fuller’s promising run deteriorated quickly after his turn-four spin on lap 33 knocked him from eighth place. One circuit later Fuller ran into the back of the slowing Dave Hess Jr. of Waterford, Pa., on the backstretch, crushing his car’s nosepiece and forcing him out of further action.

 

Fifty cars entered the program, which was run on a cool but sparklingly clear evening.

 

Francis was fastest in time trials for the first time this season, rounding the track in 15.433 seconds.

 

Heat winners were Moyer, who pulled off a last-lap pass to nip Francis at the finish line by 0.032 of a second, Matt Lux of Franklin, Pa., Vic Coffey of Leicester, N.Y., and Clanton. The B-Mains were captured by Hess and John Blankenship of Williamson, W.Va.

 

Following his B-Main triumph, Hess was honored trackside for winning the ‘Alltel DIRTcar All-Star’ contest. He received a check for $12,000 after coming out on top of on-line and text-message voting among all the drivers who won features during February’s Alltel DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Fla.

 

The WoO LMS now heads south for the third annual Circle K Colossal 100 on Friday and Saturday (April 18-19) at The Dirt Track @ Lowe’s Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C.

 

For more information on the WoO LMS, visit www.worldofoutlaws.com.

 

Locals hold their own, Dave Hess Jr. presented with Alltel All Star Winnings

Sarver, PA (April 16, 2008) Regional, two-division star Dave Hess Jr. had another memorable night during the Showdown in Sarvertown sponsored by Y108.  Success on the Action Track is nothing new for Dave Hess Jr.  Last season, Hess won features in two different divisions; (the only driver to do so last season and in recent memory).  There were a handful of nights last year when Hess pulled “Double Duty” piloting both his Super Late Model and his UMP Modified.

 

Last night, Hess competed only in the World of Outlaws Late Model Series event, but collected a $12,000 check for his success in the UMP Modified.  While the news was conveyed a month ago, Hess was officially awarded the “Big Check” worth a whopping $12,000 for winning the Alltel All Star competition last night during the Showdown in Sarvertown.  With the help of many of you reading this, Hess beat out over a dozen drivers, (including Donny Schatz, Billy Moyer, Danny “The Dude” Lasoski, Josh Richards and Brett Hearn),  from four divisions whom won feature events at the 37th Annual Alltel DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park in February.  World of Outlaws Late Model Series Director Tim Christman made the presentation in Victory Lane to a very grateful Dave Hess Jr. following his thrilling B-Main victory.

 

On the track, Dave Hess Jr. enjoyed the success he has become accustomed to at Lernerville.  His evening started out somewhat average, qualifying just 33rd quick of 51 cars and finishing seventh in a 13 car heat race.  But Hess’s night got a whole lot better starting in the B-Main where he passed Outlaw regular Clint Smith for the lead on a late race restart.  Hess’s B-Main win locked him into the 17th starting position of the 50-lap, $10,000-to-win A-Main feature; won by the red hot Billy Moyer.  During the middle stages of the race, Hess was running in the top 10, but jumped the cushion in turns three & four.  A dozen laps later, he got tangled up on the back straightaway with Tim Fuller and Alex Ferree, but Hess eventually recovered to score with a very impressive 13th place finish. 

 

Matt Lux also got off to a hot start at the Lernerville Speedway during the Showdown in Sarvertown.  Lux was one of three local drivers to set a top ten qualifying time, turning a lap of 15.698 seconds, good enough for sixth quick.  He then took the checkers in his heat race against the likes of Chub Frank, Rick Eckert and a who’s who of local and regional stars (Alex Ferree, David Scott, Allan Dellinger, Jared Miley, Mark Banal, and Keith Barbara).  The heat race win locked Matt Lux into the pill draw for the 50-lap A-Main feature event.  He started sixth and ran in the top ten for much of the race before finally being scored in the 15th position, finishing all 50 laps.

 

The other two local drivers who qualified in the top ten last night were Allan Dellinger and Dutch Davies. 

 

Allan Dellinger, (a.k.a. Jim Dandy Jr.), was behind the wheel of Mike Blose’s familiar #5, as Blose continues to recover from a medical condition.  Dellinger set the second fastest time of the night with a lap of 15.571, (less than .2 seconds behind quick qualifier and reigning World of Outlaws Late Model Series Champion Steve Francis.), in a very talented field of 51 cars.  Despite the extremely impressive qualifying time, Dellinger was not able to transfer out of his heat race and did not start the B-main.

 

Dutch Davies turned the ninth fastest lap of the evening with a time of 15.740 seconds.  Davies was saddled with a brutal draw in the heat race, where he was stacked up against Outlaws points leader and red hot Billy Moyer, reigning Outlaws Champion Steve Francis, Lernerville track record holder Darrell Lanigan, Clint Smith, Brian Shirley and the aforementioned Dave Hess Jr.  Despite battling for the final transfer position for most of the 10-lap heat race, Davies settled for sixth and had to go to through a B-Main if he wanted to make the feature.  Davies again was in the mix for the final transfer position in the B-Main, but came up a few spots and few laps short, bringing his night to an early end.

 

The only other local driver other than Matt Lux to transfer into the A-Main from his heat race was “Slow Ride” David Scott.  Scott’s night started with a best lap of 15.997 seconds, good enough for 26th quick.  He finished fourth in the same heat that Lux won and started 14th in the 50-lap A-Main feature event.  The Slow Ride’s night came to an early end when he pulled off the track on lap 30, officially being scored in the 23rd position.

 

The only other local driver to race his way into the Showdown in Sarvertown A-Main feature through his B-Main was “The Juice” Davey Johnson.  Johnson set the 29th fastest time with a lap of 16.027 seconds and missed the transfer by one spot in his heat race that featured Vic Coffey, Josh Richards, Mike Balzano, Jeep Van Wormer, Billy Decker and five-time track champion John Flinner.  The Juice would not be denied, however, in the B-Main where he finished second to Outlaw traveler John Blankenship.    Starting 20th in the feature, Johnson completed just 21 laps before retiring into the pits, officially scored in the 25th position.

 

Reigning Track Champion Alex Ferree and 2007 runner-up/1998 Track Champion Gary Lyle used track provisionals to tail the Showdown in Sarvertown A-Main feature event.  They qualified 33rd and 40th quick and seventh and eighth in their heat races respectively.  Both drivers came alive in their respective B-Mains, Ferree in the first B-Main, Lyle in the second.  Ferree made his trademark charge around the very top of the Action Track, (especially in turns three & four); a line he used multiple times last season on the way to nine A-Main feature wins.  Lyle used multiple lines, working the track high and low looking for a way to get around Billy Decker and John Flinner into the transfer spot.  When the checkers fell on the B-Mains, Ferree crossed fourth, Lyle crossed fifth. 

 

Ferree and Lyle made up the back row of the starting grid for the A-Main, with nowhere to go but forward, and both drivers did so in a hurry!  Ferree’s night, however, came to an early end when he tangled with Dave Hess Jr. and Tim Fuller entering turn three on lap 34.  Ferree would roll into the pits and officially be scored in 21st position.  Gary Lyle, on the other hand, completed all 50 laps of the Showdown in Sarvertown feature, riding home to a 19th place finish.

 

Five-time track champions Lynn Geisler and John Flinner failed to qualify for the A-Main, but for different reasons. 

 

Lynn Geisler does not seem to have escaped the gremlins and bad luck that plagued him at Lernerville Speedway during the 2007 season.  He spun off the banking between turns one & two in his heat race, (“with a little help from his friends” perhaps), and got caught up in a restart bottle neck in his B-Main, resulting in another spin ending his night too early.

 

John Flinner showed flashes of the brilliance that made him a five-time back-to-back-to-back-to-back-to-back champion, (from 2001-2005), slinging his familiar, but slightly different color-schemed, #48 around the top of the speedway.  He and Davey Johnson put on a whale of a show in their heat race trying to catch Jeep Van Wormer for the final transfer position.  Flinner and Johnson made contact coming to the flag stand, then did some jockeying on the back straightaway.  Flinner then gave Outlaw regular Billy Decker all he could handle for the final transfer spot in the second B-Main, but came up short and was officially scored in fourth place.

 

2005 MACS Late Model Series Champion Mike Balzano had a rock solid ninth place finish in the Showdown in Sarvertown A-Main feature event.  In doing so, Balzano earned the $500 World of Outlaws Late Model Series ‘Bonus Bucks’ for being the highest-finishing driver who’s never won a tour event.  He raced his way into the A-Main by setting the 16th quick time of 15.843 seconds, then transferring directly into the A-Main by finishing third in his heat race.

 

Other local drivers in competition included Jared Miley, Greg Satterlee, Sam Stile, Keith Barbara, Ken Schaltenbrand (piloting the Doug Peterman #67, not his familiar #29), “The Copperhead” John Garvin, Dane Laraway, John Mollick, and Tom Kitchen.  

 

Regional invaders from West Virginia (Doug Horton, Steve Wilmoth, and John Blankenship) Ohio (Mark Banal) and Pennsylvania (Jeremy Miller, Rick “Boom” Briggs, Dan Stone, Bump Hedman, Chris Hackett, Sheetz McGarvey, Ryan Scott and Jesse Smith) were also on hand to make up the stout field of Super Late Model competitors.

 

To put a exclamation mark on how deep and talented the Showdown in Sarvertown field was Tuesday Night, Regional star Jeremy Miller, (fresh off his first career World of Outlaws Late Model Series A-Main feature win last weekend at the “Rumble on the River IV” at Virginia Motor Speedway), did not even make the A-Main field after missing the transfer by one spot in his heat race, then breaking in his B-Main!!

 

If you missed or want to relive the action from last night’s Showdown in Sarvertown sponsored by Y108 featuring the World of Outlaws Late Model Series, log on to www.DIRTvision.com to watch the archived webcast of last night’s event!

 

Many of these local drivers will be back on the track this Friday Night, April 18, for the Opening Night of Lernerville Speedway’s 40th Anniversary Season in the ultra-competitive Friedman’s Freshmarkets UMP DIRTcar Super Late Models.  The forecast looks beautiful for Friday Night, so don’t miss out on the action!  Please log on to our website www.Lernerville.com for more details and plan on being in the stands with us Friday Night!

 

David Lyon triumphant in return to Lernerville Speedway

Sarver, PA (April 16, 2008) The last time UMP DIRTcar Pro Late Model driver David Lyon competed at the Lernerville Speedway, the track got the best of him.  Last night, Lyon got his revenge by winning the 20-lap, $800-to-win crate late model division debut at the Action Track. 

David Lyon’s last trip to Lernerville Speedway was, oddly enough, the first modern era World of Outlaws Late Model Series event at Lernerville Speedway in the spring of 2004.  He was behind the wheel of a Super Late Model back then and his night ended in a crash that resulted in a broken foot.  Last night, Lyon got his revenge by capturing the 20-lap A-Main feature of the UMP DIRTcar Pro Late Model division, the debut of Crate Late Model racing at Lernerville Speedway.  Lyon led all but two laps in the feature after starting on the outside pole. 

Lyon’s only true competition on his way to Victory Lane was Bump Hedman.  Hedman was one of only two drivers to compete in both divisions last night.  Hedman completed only 4 laps in his Super Late Model heat race and then didn’t answer the bell for the B-Main.  In the Crate Late Model, he won his heat race, led two laps of the feature and finished a close second to feature winner David Lyon.

The other driver to run in both divisions Tuesday Night was Keith Barbara.  Barbara’s night started promising enough in the Super Late Model with a 22nd quick lap of 15.904 seconds but her did not complete a lap in his heat and then did not answer the bell for the B-Main.  Unlike Hedman, however, Barbara did not find any more luck in the Crate than he did in the Super!  He did score a third place finish in his heat race, but did not start the A-Main.

Bobby Powell, Carl McKinney and 2007 Advance Auto Parts Pure Stock Track Champion Mike Pegher Jr. rounded out the top five in the 14-car, 20-lap UMP DIRTcar Pro Late Model feature.  Pegher was behind the wheel of the Lynn Geisler-owned #1 Cochran Crate Late Model.  Heat race winners were Bump Hedman and Scott Myers.

Sarver natives Bryant Hank and Tyler Dietz made the Lernerville Late Model debut in the UMP DIRTcar Pro Late Model division.  Hank finished fifth in his heat and 11th in the feature.  Dietz finished sixth in the same heat and 10th in the feature.

The UMP DIRTcar Pro Late Models will be back in action at Lernerville Speedway on Tuesday May 13 as the support series for the First Commonwealth Bank Clash featuring the Advance Auto Parts World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and again on Saturday September 13 for the Advance Auto Parts Autumn-Motive Fest.

 

Showdown in Sarvertown Quick Results

 

 World of Outlaws Late Model Series Feature (50 Laps)

  1. (21) Billy Moyer, Batesville AR.
  2. (25) Shane Clanton, Locust Grove GA.
  3. (1*) Chub Frank, Bear Lake
  4. (19) Steve Francis, Ashland KY.
  5. (24) Rick Eckert, York
  6. (29) Darrell Lanigan, Union KY.
  7. (1) Josh Richards, Shinnston WV.
  8. (3S) Brian Shirley, Chatham IL.
  9. (E1) Mike Balzano, Parkersburg WV.
  10. (55) Jeep Von Wormer, Pinconning MI.
  11. (39) Vic Coffey, Leicester NY.
  12. (44) Clint Smith, Senola GA.
  13. (44H) Dave Hess Jr., Waterford
  14. (9K) Mike Knight, Ripley NY.
  15. (21L) Matt Lux, Franklin
  16. (18) Shannon Babb, Moweaqua IL.
  17. (23) John Blankenship, Williamson WV.
  18. (46) Doug Horton, Bruceton Mills WV.
  19. (10) Gary Lyle, Hyde Park
  20. (27J) Danny Johnson, Phelps NY.
  21. (4) Alex Feree, Saxonburg
  22. (19T) Tim Fuller, Watertown
  23. (3) David Scott, Garland
  24. (7J) Joe Isabell, Pennellville NY.
  25. (1J) Davey Johnson, Latrobe
  26. (91) Billy Decker, Unadilla NY.
World of Outlaws Late Model Series Time Trials

  1. (19) Steve Francis 15.433
  2. (5) Allan Dellinger 15.571
  3. (18) Shannon Babb 15.608
  4. (39) Vic Coffey 15.680
  5. (99B) Rick Briggs 15.687
  6. (21L) Matt Lux 15.698
  7. (25) Shane Clanton 15.717
  8. (1) Josh Richards 15.726
  9. (40) Dutch Davies 15.740
  10. (9K) Mike Knight 15.743
  11. (46) Doug Horton 15.751
  12. (13) Steve Wilmoth 15.760
  13. (3S) Brian Shirley 15.773
  14. (24) Rick Eckert 15.783
  15. (21D) Dan Stone 15.809
  16. (E1) Mike Balzano 15.843
  17. (21) Billy Moyer 15.849
  18. (1*) Chub Frank 15.871
  19. (24M) Jeremy Miller 15.873
  20. (55) Jeep Van Wormer 15.884
  21. (29) Darrell Lanigan 15.889
  22. (17) Keith Barbara 15.904
  23. ( 2S) Sam Stile 15.918
  24. (B22) Bump Hedman 15.922
  25. (33) Chris Hackett 15.966
  26. (3) David Scott 15.997
  27. (19T) Tim Fuller 16.007
  28. (1J) Davey Johnson 16.027
  29. (44) Clint Smith 16.060
  30. (T8) Mark Banal 16.116
  31. (23) John Blankenship 16.126
  32. (48) John Flinner 16.146
  33. (44H) Dave Hess Jr. 16.148
  34. (4) Alex Feree 16.175
  35. (1C) Lynn Geisler 16.196
  36. (91) Billy Decker 16.198
  37. (22) Gregg Satterlee 16.278
  38. (7J) Joe Isabell 16.285
  39. (67) Ken Shaltenbrand 16.286
  40. (10) Gary Lyle 16.410
  41. (J4) John Garvin 16.481
  42. (H1) Jared Miley 16.504
  43. (8H) Sheetz McGarvey 16.592
  44. (27J) Danny Johnson 16.598
  45. (1L) Dane Laraway 16.626
  46. (4J) John Mollick 16.728
  47. (18S) Sean Beardsley 16.802
  48. (0) Ryan Scott 17.161
  49. (65) Jesse Smith 18.490
  50. (17T) Tom Kitchen 18.562
 

World of Outlaws Late Model Series Heat Race #1(Top 4 Transfer)

  1. (21) Billy Moyer, Batesville AR
  2. (19) Steve Francis, Ashland KY
  3. (3S) Brian Shirley, Chatham, IL
  4. (29) Darrell Lanigan, Union KY
  5. (44) Clint Smith, Senola GA
  6. (40) Dutch Davies, Warren
  7. (44H) Dave Hess Jr., Waterford
  8. (22) Gregg Satterlee, Rochester Mills
  9. (99B) Rick Briggs, Bear Lake
  10. (33) Chris Hackett, Erie
  11. (J4) John Garvin, Sarver
  12. (65) Jessie Smith, New Richmond
  13. (1L) Dane Laraway, Irwin
 

World of Outlaws Late Model Series Heat Race #2(Top 4 Transfer)

  1. (21L) Matt Lux, Franklin
  2. (24) Rick Eckert, York
  3. (1*) Chub Frank, Bear Lake
  4. (3) David Scott, Garland
  5. (9K) Mike Knight, Ripley NY.
  6. (5) Allan Dellinger, Hermitage
  7. (4) Alex Feree, Saxonburg
  8. (T8) Mark Banal, St. Clairsville OH.
  9. (H1) Jared Miley, South Park
  10. (4J) John Mollick, Toronto OH
  11. (17) Keith Barbara, South Park
  12. (7J) Joe Isabell, Pennellville, NY
DNS (17T) Tom Kitchen, Indiana

 

 

World of Outlaws Late Model Series Heat Race #3(Top 4 Transfer)

  1. (25) Shane Clanton, Locust Grove GA.
  2. (46) Doug Horton, Bruceton Mills WV.
  3. (19T) Tim Fuller, Watertown NY.
  4. (18) Shannon Babb, Moweaqua, IL
  5. (24M) Jeremy Miller, Gettysburg
  6. (23) John Blankenship, Williamson WV.
  7. (21D) Dan Stone, Thompson
  8. (2S) Sam Stile, Charleroi
  9. (8H) Sheetz McGarvey, Colport
  10. (67) Ken Shaltenbrand, Sarver
  11. (1C) Lynn Geisler, Cranberry Twp.
  12. (18S) Sean Beardsley, Central Square NY.
 

World of Outlaws Late Model Series Heat Race #4(Top 4 Transfer)

  1. (39) Vic Coffey, Leicester NY.
  2. (1) Josh Richards, Shinnston WV.
  3. (E1) Mike Balzano, Parkersburg WV.
  4. (55) Jeep Von Wormer, Pinconning MI.
  5. (1J) Davey Johnson, Latrobe
  6. (48) John Flinner, Zelienople
  7. (91) Billy Decker, Unadilla NY.
  8. (10) Gary Lyle, Hyde Park
  9. (27J) Danny Johnson, Phelps NY
  10. (0) Ryan Scott, Garland
  11. (B22) Bump Hedman, Sugar Grove
  12. (13) Steve Wilmoth, Clarksburg WV.
 

World of Outlaws Late Model Series B-Main #1(Top 3 Transfer)

  1. (44H) Dave Hess Jr.
  2. (44) Clint Smith
  3. (9K) Mike Knight
  4. (4) Alex Feree
  5. (99B) Rick Briggs
  6. (40) Dutch Davies
  7. (33) Christ Kackett
  8. (4J) John Mollick
  9. (J4) John Garvin
  10. (22) Gregg Satterlee
  11. (H1) Jared Miley
 

World of Outlaws Late Model Series B-Main #2(Top 3 Transfer)

  1. (23) John Blankenship
  2. (1J) Davey Johnson
  3. (91) Billy Decker
  4. (48) John Flinner
  5. (10) Gary Lyle
  6. (27J) Danny Johnson
  7. (67) Ken Shaltenbrand
  8. (18S) Sean Beardsley
  9. (13) Steve Wilmoth
  10. (0) Ryan Scott
  11. (21D) Dan Stone
  12. (24M) Jeremy Miller
  13. (1C) Lynn Geisler
  14. (2S) Sam Stile
  15. (8H) Sheetz McGarvey
 

UMP DIRTcar Pro Late Models Feature(20 laps)

  1. (29) David Lyon, Corry
  2. (B22) Bump Headman, Sugar Grove
  3. (B1D) Bobby Powell, Waterford
  4. (6M) Carl McKinney, Cranberry Twp.
  5. (1C) Mike Pegher Jr., Wexford
  6. (14*) Jim Frank, Jamestown, NY
  7. (14) Daniel Angelicchio, Greensburg
  8. (16*) Dereck Frank, Youngsville
  9. (10I) Scott Myers, Franklin
  10. (10) Tyler Dietz, Sarver
  11. (28) Bryant Hank, Sarver
  12. (00) Josh Holtgraver, Pittsburgh
  13. (G1) Keith Barbara, South Park
  14. (42JR) David Airgood Jr., West Middlesex
 

UMP DIRTcar Pro Late Models Heat Race #1

  1. (22B) Bump Hedman, Sugar Grove
  2. (B1D) Bobby Powell, Waterford
  3. (1C) Mike Pegher Jr. Wexford
  4. (29) David Lyon, Corry
  5. (14) Daniel Angelicchio, Greensburg
  6. (6M) Carl Mckinney, Cranberry Twp.
  7. (42JR) David Airgood Jr., West Middlesex
 

UMP DIRTcar Pro Late Models Heat Race #2

  1. (10I) Scott Myers, Franklin
  2. (00) Josh Holtgraver, Oil City
  3. (G1) Keith Barbara, South Park
  4. (14*) Jim Frank, Jamestown NY
  5. (28) Bryant Hank, Sarver
  6. (10) Tyler Dietz, Sarver
  7. (16*) Dereck Frank, Youngsville
 

Car Counts:

Total 65

Super Late Models 51

UMP DIRTcar Pro Late Models 14

 

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