Wednesday, August 15 - RK Virgile Wednesday Night Can’t Wait For The Weekend Mayhem Series|RUSH Sprint Cars|American Steel Procesing 4 Cylinders|Gellners Sales and Service UTV's|Test & Tune For All Divisions for 1.5 Hours Following Racing|Racing at 7:30-Tickets $10
Friday, August 17 - Fab4 Racing Fueled by Turner's Premium Iced Teas | Go Kart Night
Friday, August 24 - Fab4 Racing Fueled by Turner's Premium Iced Teas | Championship Night with Fireworks presented by Butler County Tourism
Ruth Tames RUSH Sprints for Third Win; Speer Makes it Four for Four; Stover Earns UTV Win
Sarver, PA (August 15, 2018) Gale Ruth Jr. earned a firm grip on his lead in both the RUSH Sprint Car Wednesday Night Lightning series and the Bonnell’s Rod Shop Weekly Standings by virtue of his third feature victory of the season at The Action Track.
The veteran pilot drove a patient first five laps and moved forward from his sixth starting spot to the lead after passing Shawn Smith with six laps down and never looked back en route to Terry Bowser Victory Lane. Smith drove an impressive race, coming home with a second place finish while holding off title contender Arnie Kent who rounded out the podium.
In the American Steel Processing 4 Cylinders, Dillon Speer made it four for four with another dominant performance. After shaking off a bid for the lead on an early restart from Phillip Bubecht in the early going, Speer kept his momentum and held his line and survived one more late race restart, fending off Steve Walker to collect the victory.
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Quick Results-8.3.18: Lynch Collects First Action Track Victory; Norris Dominates: King Sr. Edges King Jr.; McPherson Regains Points Lead
Sarver, PA (August 4, 2018) Morning and early afternoon clouds and drizzle dissipated as the day progressed on Friday at The Action Track, clearing the way for a night of racing that contained dramatic moments and thrilling action all evening long as the Fab4 Fueled by Turners Premium Iced Tea kicked off action for the final month of the regular season. And when the dust settled, a legendary car known to many found it’s way to Terry Bowser Victory Lane with a driver behind the wheel that made his first appearance there in his young career.
Sye Lynch started on the front row of the 25 lap Peoples Gas DIRTcar Sprint main event and put the field behind him soon after shaking off an early challenge from the invading central Pennsylvania driver Gerard McIntyre.
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