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WoO Commonwealth Clash Quick Results 9.20

9.20 Joey

Joey Saldana holds off a hard charging David Gravel to win Commonwealth Clash
Great night by Logan Wagner ends in disappointment battling for second


Sarver, PA (September 20, 2014) Coming off his sixth World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series win of the season last night at Eldora Speedway, Joey Saldana led all 35 laps of the $10,000-to-win Commonwealth Clash presented by GottaRace.com in the Motter Motorsports #71M. Saldana started on the outside pole alongside star of the night Logan Wagner who won heat race #4 and the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series Dash. Wagner’s night came to a disappointed end mid-race when he and David Gravel made contact on the front straightaway battling for second. The contact sent Wagner into the infield jersey barrier and a disappointing 22nd place finish. Gravel was all over Saldana for the final 10 laps, but could not find a clean way around him to make a pass for the lead. Saldana scored his seventh win of the season and first at Lernerville Speedway since 2010. Paul McMahan joined Saldana and Gravel on the podium. Hometown favorite Danny Holtgraver scored a solid top five finish; one spot behind fourth place finisher Shane Stewart. Fellow former Track Champion Tim Shaffer finished tenth.

Last Updated on Sunday, 21 September 2014 02:50

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WoO Commonwealth Clash Race Report 9.20 - Saldana Scores Second In a Row

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Joey Saldana Scores Second In a Row with Commonwealth Clash Win

SARVER, Pa. - Sept. 20, 2014 - What a difference two days makes. Joey Saldana entered the weekend with a 41-race winless streak hanging over him. Then he won Friday at Eldora Speedway and followed that up with his second win in as many nights and seventh World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series victory of the season after he captured the Commonwealth Clash at Lernerville Speedway on Saturday.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 01:04

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“Lucky #7” nets Jim Fosnaught $2,000 at Autumn-Motive Fest



“Lucky #7” nets Jim Fosnaught $2,000 at Autumn-Motive Fest
Zufall wins Rush Mods, Zambotti nets first win, Sweitzer wins Demo


Sarver, PA (September 7, 2014) Jim Fosnaught entered Autumn-Motive Fest 2014 with six feature wins and a shiny new Track Championship. He left with his seventh feature win and $2,000 richer after winning the Sportsman/Stock Spectacular. Jeremy Zufall took the checkered flag in the Rush Sportsman Modified feature which also included a bevy of prize packages for all competitors as part of Manufacturer’s Night. Joey Zambotti got a taste of Turner’s Premium Iced Tea in Sheetz Victory Lane by winning the non-winner’s race. Bob Sweitzer capped the evening by winning the Demolition Derby.

Last Updated on Sunday, 07 September 2014 03:44

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"Back to School" Quick Results 9.13

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PCTC Senior Series Feature:
1. (20J) Mike Hilla Jr.
2. (45) Pat Weldon
3. (21) Jeff Miller
4. (528) Dwight C. Boice
5. (13X) Matt Rubright
6. (9S) Roger Stivenson
7. (02) Joseph Heinl
8. (12) Robert Maier
9. (48) Sid Haas
10. (81) Bill Henry
11. (54) Terry Marsh
12. (8C) Fred Casagni

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 September 2014 23:44

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WoO LMS Working Man 50/Uncle Sam 30 Quick Results 8.29



Firecracker 100 Champ Darrell Lanigan scores $10,000 Working Man 50 victory
Russ King wins second $3,000 Uncle Sam 30 

Sarver, PA (August 29, 2014) Just two months after Darrell Lanigan finally slayed the dragon that was the Firecracker 100 presented by GottaRace.com, he returned to Sheetz Victory Lane for a $10,000 Working Man 50 payday. Lanigan’s third World of Outlaws Late Model Series A-Main win of the season at Lernerville Speedway brought his winner’s share to $46,000 for 2014; $30,000 for the Firecracker 100 A-Main, $6,000 for the Firecracker Thursday Preliminary and now $10,000 for the Working Man 50. After the conclusion of Working Man 50, Russ King won the rescheduled Uncle Sam 30 from Firecracker 100 weekend; King’s second career Uncle Sam 30 victory.

Last Updated on Saturday, 30 August 2014 04:04

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