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PETERSEN MEDIA: Lance Dewease and his Dietz Motorsports team were very busy over the Labor Day Weekend, and were rewarded kindly as their busy weekend was highlighted with a second place finish at Williams Grove, and a third place finish at Port Royal. "Overall we had another strong weekend," Dewease said. "We had speed all weekend, and put ourselves in good position." Friday night saw the team show up to the Williams Grove Speedway for the 32nd Annual Jack Gunn Memorial.
While Allen Leads All the Way in the B-Main; In Labor Day WoO Action at Grays Harbor Raceway
ELMA, Wash., Sept. 2 — Shark Racing's Logan Schuchart finished sixth in the A-main and his teammate Jacob Allen won the B-main in their first appearances at Grays Harbor Raceway ever Monday night in World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series action. Schuchart started fourth in the 30-lap, 24-car A-main and ran as high as third, as he passed Cody Darrah for that position about the same time as eventual winner Donny Schatz was taking the lead from Steve Kinser. Darrah passed Schuchart back on the following lap, however. Daryn Pittman also got around him working lap 17 to push him to fifth, and both Shane Stewart and Kerry Madsen got by shortly thereafter.
CAMARGO, IL. (Tuesday, Sept. 2, 2014) – The University of Northwestern Ohio All Star Circuit of Champions will kick off the 2015 season in a huge way with five events in eight days at just two tracks. AND, each event will pay $5,000 to win! Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida starts the UNOH All Star season with three shows, Thursday, Feb. 5, Friday, Feb. 6 and Saturday, Feb. 7. Then the All Stars head to Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida on Wednesday, Feb. 11 and Thursday Feb. 12.
Each show pays the standard UNOH All Star purse of $5,000 to win with a breakdown to $1,000 for 10th and $400 to start the A-Main.
Trio Should Fight It Out, Four Drivers In Contention
Port Royal – The advent of this weekend's Tuscarora 50 sprint car races at Port Royal Speedway will determine who is the 2014 track titlist and the title fight couldn't be any closer as the races draw near. After Monday's Labor Day Classic for the sprints at Port Royal, both Rick Lafferty and Chad Layton are tied for the point lead with 4,825 markers.
Both men have a win at the historic oval already this season. Harrisburg's Layton is already a two-time Port Royal rack champion, having scored the laurels for Middleswarth racing in 2010 and in 2012.
Tuesday, Septmeber 16 mark your calendars to come out to Jake's WayBack Burgers. 20% of all proceeds made that day will go towards the Beer Hill Gangs fundraising efforts towards the 3rd Annual National Open Kick-it Tournament, which benefits Jeff Gordon's kick-it for kids cancer foundation. There will be many drivers on hand for a meet and greet and autograph signing starting after 4pm.
Extends his World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series win streak to six in a row
ELMA, Wash. - Sept. 1, 2014 - After winning Monday night's Lucky Eagle Casino Outlaw Invasion at Grays Harbor Raceway, Donny Schatz has entered territory few other World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series drivers before him have ever been in. With his 20th win this season now in the books, the Tony Stewart Racing driver is the first since Steve Kinser's 2002 and 2003 seasons to have consecutive 20-win seasons and his six race win streak moves Schatz closer to legendary seasons had by three-time champion Sammy Swindell and Kinser.
"Well, it feels great," Schatz said. "It's kind of overwhelming really. You come here every day wanting to win. The reality of it is most days you're not going to. It's been a great year. It's not over yet. We've got a lot of races left and we'll just keep working hard."
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Busy Labor Day Weekend
The Speedway Motors/Champion Racing Oil Central PA Sprint Cars started the Labor Day weekend off at Williams Grove Speedway Friday night where Lucas Wolfe in the Zemco Racing #1 took the feature win for his 2nd series win of the year. Saturday at Port Royal Speedway Justin Barger parked his #5 in victory lane for his 2nd win of the year. The same night down at Lincoln Speedway Brian Montieth picked up his 4th series victory of the season.
Sunday night Williams Grove Speedway was rained out after all qualifying was completed and the feature will be run on September 12th.
All in a slogan.
Danny Holtgraver captured the weekend opener for the All Star Circuit of Champions at Attica Raceway Park. What got some people up in arms was the Renegade Sprints slogan "The Revolution is here" visible on his front wing in Victory Lane. These same people believe Holtgraver shouldn't have been able to compete and in some cases, not been paid for the win. Both notions are absurd and petty. Holtgraver and the Renegade Sprints regulars were supporting the track, not the All Stars. Last I checked, a driver can compete at any track he or she desires as long as they are in compliance with track rules.
New champion crowned.
Alan Krimes didn't have a great run Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway, but it was enough to secure his first ever track championship at the Abbottstown oval. The Denver driver came through the field from 19th to fifth in the final rundown to lock up the title. Krimes won twice during his march to the title, and also posted seven top-five finishes and 12 top-10 runs. Jim Siegel was 260 points back, with Saturday feature winner Brian Montieth coming home third, 295 points in arrears.
Port Royal – After a hard crash at Port Royal Speedway on Saturday night, Harrisonville's Mike Wagner was released from a Hershey hospital on Labor Day afternoon.
Wagner was racing in his sprint car heat race at the track Saturday night when he along with Doug Esh and Dave Hahn made vicious contact with the inside and outside walls and each other in the first corner.
Inside Line Promotions - SOMERTON, Ariz. (Sept. 1, 2014) - Names are beginning to fill the entry list for the inaugural Winter Heat Sprint Car Showdown.
More than two dozen entries have been sent in for the prestigious sprint car event, which will be held at Cocopah Speedway on Jan. 2-3, Jan. 6 and Jan. 9-10 of next year.
"We are extremely excited about the overwhelming response so far and we look forward to continue to build this event in the coming months," Cocopah Speedway Promoter Greg Burgess said. "The level of talent from drivers and teams who have already committed is outstanding."
Yoder and Moist claim stock cars
Port Royal – Danny Dietrich of Gettysburg won the 63rd annual Labor Day Classic for 410 sprint cars at Port Royal Speedway on Monday afternoon, becoming the third and final leader in the event that saw a total of four lead changes. In the 355 econo late feature it was Middleburg's Andrew Yoder who dominated for the victory to record his fourth oval win of the season while Andrew Moist came out on top in the four cylinder main event.
A draw put two-time Labor Day Champion on the pole for the start of the 25-lap Classic event with two-time Port Royal 2014 winner Brent Marks alongside. Just behind in row two was Dietrich and four-time and defending Classic champion Lance Dewease.
Inside Line Promotions - KOKOMO, Ind. - The World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series will return to Kokomo Speedway on Tuesday, Sept. 16, for a marquee event presented by High Performance Lubricants. "Kokomo is awesome," defending series champion Daryn Pittman said. "It's always a great race. The line changes a lot throughout the race. You have to keep up with track conditions a lot as the groove changes several times. It's one of the better races of the year."
- USAC NEWS 09-02-14
- Daylight Danny Dietrich rides cushion to first career Port Royal victory in Labor Day Classic
- At A Glance: Oregon Provides History in the Making
- Mike Wagner II of Harrisonville captured his second PA Sprint Series feature victory of the year at SSP
- UNOH All Stars announce 2015 Point Fund, Tow Money Packages
- The West Coast Swing Rolls on for Kraig Kinser Through Three States this Week
- Williams Grove Loses Sunday Mains To Rain, Make Up Dates Announced
- The 2014 Port Royal Speedway Tuscarora 50 Weekend By The Numbers
- USAC RESULTS 08-31-14
- Williams Grove Hosts 358 Sprints And Topless Limited Lates September 5
- 47th Annual Tuscarora 50 Weekend For Sprints This Week At Port Royal,
- Blaney gets by Chaney late to take UNOH All Star win at Attica
- RAIN AND THE FORECAST OF MORE TO COME CANCELS SUNDAY MIDGET AND SPRINT RACES AT GRANDVIEW
- Mike Wagner suffers compression fracture in Saturday night crash at Port Royal
- MONTIETH WINS FEATURE, KRIMES CLAIMS FIRST TRACK TITLE IN LINCOLN 410 SPRINTS
- Alan Krimes Earns Lincoln Speedway '410' Championship
- Barger Holds Off Hodnett For Sprints Win
- Lincoln Speedway Super Sportsman Results
- Schatz Scores Skagit Sweep of the Monster Energy Meltdown
- USAC RESULTS 08-30-14
- JOSH WELLER LEADS WIRE-TO-WIRE, POCKETS $3,000 IN BAR'S LEAKS CHAMPIONSHIP SATURDAY NIGHT
- Barger fends off Hodnett for Port Royal victory
- Danny Holtgraver Earns All Star Win at Attica Raceway Park
- Holtgraver earns 3rd UNOH All Star Win of 2014 with Attica Victory
- USAC RESULTS 08-29-14
- McCLELLAND SURVIVES CLOSE CALL TO WIN 7TH IN TRAIL-WAY 358 SPRINTS
- Lucas Wolfe turns good starting spot into $6,000 Jack Gunn Memorial triumph at Williams Grove
- Lucas Wolfe Claims Williams Grove Gunn Memorial 30 Years After Father Randy
- Danny Dietrich-Brent Marks altercation at Williams Grove leads to a banged up race car and $500 fine
- Another Dominate Night for Schatz as he wins at Monster Meltdown