PEEBLES, Ohio (Saturday, Sept. 20, 2014) – Dale Blaney held off a furious charge by Tim Kaeding over the last six laps Saturday to earn his 16th University of Northwestern All Star Circuit of Champions victory of the season at Brushcreek Motorsports Complex. In the UNOH All Stars first appearance at "The Creek" since 2005 – the track has been reshaped and made smaller and racer since then – Blaney charged around Derek Hagar on lap 19 and then survived several attempts by Kaeding following a late race caution, to earn his 20thoverall win of 2014.
"This is the most wins I've ever had in a season. It's been unbelievable. Tony (Kennedy) has put together such an awesome team.
Per Kevin Nouse's Facebook account this morning: "This might be long so bare with me. I want to clear up the rumor mill before it gets out of hand.
As many of you heard by now, I will be leaving the R&R Motorsports #4R at the end of the season. I had a meeting last week with the car owner and this was MY decision. The reasons are this: (1) I'm hoping to take my son racing next season in a quarter midget and (2) my wife and I are expanding our business. Both of these things will take alot of time and effort.
Apple Motorsports team reunites for one race deal for Dirt Classic with Leppo and Stauffer. (Skelly Photo)
Yes the rumors are true! Bob Stewart is returning to the sprint car ranks as a car owner. At least for one night! You will see an Apple Motorsports Sprint Car at Lincoln Speedway for the first time in a long time and will be reuniting with head wrench Lethal Lee Stauffer and former pilot Brian Leppo. "We will be at Lincoln, Saturday for a one race deal. Looking forward to it!" says Leppo, former pilot of the Apple Motorsports #12. According to a few sources, this sounds like there is a slight chance of things leading to more if this first night goes well. So lets keep our fingers crossed that we will see at least one car owner returning to the sport... Full press to follow as soon as we get it.
Here is the perfect shirt for all die hard PA Posse fans! Nothing will show your loyalty more than making a statement with this Blood Orange colored "We Are Posse" T-Shirt. Show your support of our local teams and drivers at the National Open and let the invaders know we have been "Kickin Outlaw Ass! since 1978" and don't plan to stop any time soon. Limited supply. We have all sizes available. You will want to pre order now to be sure you get yours for the big weekend at the Grove! Pre Orders will be delivered upon arrival (around Sept 29th) or picked up at Williams Grove during the National Open.
NEWBERRYTOWN: Danny Dietrich called his shot on Twitter earlier in the week. The message was clear. Not only did Dietrich predict a win over the upcoming three-race weekend. He also had some encouraging words about his team: "Stay Hungry." Two out of three isn't bad. Dietrich's thirst for winning didn't stop at one victory. He made it back-to-back scores, capping off his central Pennsylvania march with an impressive win in the 25-lap Fall Classic at Susquehanna Speedway Park. The Gettysburg driver banked $4,000 at Lincoln Saturday night and added another $3,500 check on Sunday.
"Setup and a gas man," Dietrich said. "We worked on some things, setups this week, and went back to our old notes. "We regrouped. We did some research, called Maxim and Pro and some of my friends and came up with our own setups." Good call.
It didn't look like Dietrich had much early. He was pinned behind leader Greg Hodnett and runner-up Freddie Rahmer and wasn't making much progress.
The Rislone URC Sprint Series continues Saturday night, September 27 with the $10,000 to win MACH 1 Chassis National Open for 360/358 sprints at the Selinsgrove Speedway. This is the first time in the history of this event that the winner will earn $10,000 with second paying $5,000, tenth place will pay $1,000 and $500 will be offered just to start the main event. In total, more then $35,000 is posted for the total payoff. Gates will open at 5 PM with race time set for 7 PM. In the event of rain, Sunday, September 28 will be the rain date.
World Of Outlaws Storm Port Royal Speedway In 34 Days!
Port Royal – Just 34 days remain until the heralded return of the STP World of Outlaws sprint cars to Port Royal Speedway, on Saturday, October 25 at 5 pm. The October 25 show will be the first of its kind at the track in a decade for the national touring band. The Port Royal event will be the final appearance on Pennsylvania clay by perennial outlaws champion Steve Kinser of Bloomington, Ind., as a full time touring professional with the outlaws. "Port Royal has the greatest fans anywhere and they've really supported us and come back to us over the last three years as we all have worked together to make Port Royal the kind of venue that can now host the World of Outlaws again," noted Port Royal promoter Steve O'Neal earlier this season.
Inside Line Promotions - SPRING RUN, Pa. (Sept. 21, 2014) - Alex Bright overcame a hectic feature to record a podium finish during his midget debut at Path Valley Speedway Park last Friday. "I'd love to race that track every week," he said. "It's a perfect sized midget track to race on." Bright almost wasn't able to compete in the ARDC Midgets event, but a late partnership with Mike Heffner allowed him to race.
"We had some engine problems that we weren't going to be able to get fixed and I saw he was interested in running," Bright said. "I gave him a call and he said yeah. I was comfortable in the car right away. It was awesome."
358 sprints join 410 sprints for card that will crown Diamond Series victor
Mechanicsburg – The 2014 Williams Grove Speedway Diamond Series Champion will be crowned as the 410 sprint teams and drivers take their last chance this Friday to ready for the upcoming National Open STP World of Outlaws invasion. The 410 sprints will compete in the National Open World of Outlaws Tune Up race at Williams Grove this Friday, September 26 at 7:30 pm in the final point-paying show of the Diamond Series. Meanwhile, the race will also pay valuable points toward the 2014 Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint track title in which Don Kreitz Jr. and Greg Hodnett are locked in the tightest of battles. Coming into this week's show, Kreitz holds an edge of 20 points over Hodnett.
Arndt Earns Second Career Win During Anniversary Season
The return of the American Racing Drivers Club (ARDC) and Brett Arndt's win on that historic night will be a red letter addition to ARDC's 75th Anniversary season!
In their first Path Valley appearance since 1993, ARDC elected to use a revenge draw for the main event. PJ Gargiulo drew the pole and gave that position to Arndt for the start of the twenty-five lap feature event. And that was all that Arndt needed to garner his second ARDC career win as he led from the green flag to the checkered to take the win.
The feature winner, as well as his competitors, had high praise for the Path Valley racing surface. Arndt related, "The track was ready when we got there. For the feature, it was a good slick track from the bottom to the cushion," Arndt added.
In WoO Action Saturday at Lernerville
SARVER, Pa., Sept. 21 — Logan Schuchart of Hanover, Pa. started 14th and finished ninth in the Commonwealth Clash presented by GottaRace.com, a World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series race held at Lernerville Speedway Saturday night. The Shark Racing driver now has five top-five finishes and 15 top-10 finishes in WoO action so far in 2014, his rookie season as a WoO driver. He is currently 12th out of 380 drivers in the national point standings, while his Shark Racing teammate and fellow rookie, Jacob Allen, is 13th.
Schuchart passed Kerry Madsen and Cole Duncan at the initial start of the 35-lap A-main to vault into 12th place in the 24-car field. He got 11th on lap three by passing Tim Shaffer, and he remained in 11th place until he passed Kraig Kinser working lap nine to move into tenth place.
WILSON SCORES SECOND CAREER LATE MODEL VICTORY; CAMPBELL DRIVES TO FIRST CAREER PRO STOCK WIN; BISSINGER ENDS SEASON WITH ROADRUNNER WIN & CHAMPIONSHIP
SELINSGROVE, Pa. – Jason Shultz of Carlisle finally made a break-through and scored his first win of the season in Saturday night's 25-lap 360 sprint car main event at Selinsgrove Speedway. Shultz, who won four races and the track championship last year, was at the wheel of the Horstcraft Millworks No. 29 for his 13th career win at the track. Tim Wilson of McClure held off late-race challenges for his second win of the season at Selinsgrove in the 25-lap super late model feature. In the 15-lap pro stock feature, Adam Campbell of Danville earned his first career win, while Keith Bissinger of Orangeville won his eighth race of the season in the 12-lap roadrunner feature.
Nouse wins feature, Rohrbaugh claims Trail-Way/Lincoln Shootout in 358 sprints; Dalton Dietrich wins first of career in PASS Racesaver Sprints
ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 9/20/14 – "That's was pretty exciting." That understatement of the night was delivered by Danny Dietrich after scoring his fourth win of the year in the 25-lap Hank Gentzler Memorial Manufacturers Appreciation Night feature at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.
The thriller saw Dietrich and Montieth throw slide jobs at each other in every turn over the final five laps."I wasn't sure who was going to win. He got to second and I was kinda biding my time there in lapped traffic," said Dietrich upon exiting his Sandoe's Fruit Market/Weikert's Livestock #48 in victory lane.
Once again the Central PA 358 Point Series presented by Capitol Renegade saw the completion of three point races with 3 different winners. Friday night at Trail Way Speedway 14 year old Wyatt Hinkle found victory lane leading all 25 laps of the season finally at the bullring. Hinkle became the only rookie in 2014 to visit victory lane with the win and jumped to the lead in the 2014 Rookie of the Year standings. 1 time winner this season Seth Kearchner would come up just short in snatching the victory from Hinkle while Randy Whisler would come home in 3rd place.
This was Saldanas seventh World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series win of the season
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.
With just one prior win at Lernerville and less than stellar 18th and 21st place finishes at the Don Martin Memorial Silver Cup at the track earlier this season, Saldana said it felt great to get this win for his Motter Equipment team.
- Danny Dietrich outruns Brian Montieth in Lincoln Speedway Saturday night thriller
- USAC RESULTS 09-20-14
- Strong Car at Eldora, Unfavorable Results
- USAC RESULTS 09-19-14
- ROOKIE OF-THE-YEAR WYATT HINKLE WINS FIRST CAREER 358 SPRINT FEATURE
- Saldana Scores Four Crown Win at Eldora Speedway
- Marks Steals Wilson's Williams Grove Win, Chad Trout Scores 358 Sprints
- A NEW UPDATED VERSION OF AARN.COM HAS BEEN LAUNCHED
- Brent Marks erases large deficit, earns third win of the season at Williams Grove Speedway
- 2014 Williams Grove Kick-It Tournament Shirts available today at the track
- At A Glance: Its Donny Schatz Leading the Outlaws into Eldora and Lernerville
- USAC RESULTS: 9-18-14
- Taylor Ferns to Make World of Outlaws Debut at Eldora
- Wilson and Kemenah Have Backed Renegade Sprints From the Start
- Shane Stewart Added to List of Drivers Tackling the Winter Heat Sprint Car Showdown
- Donny Schatz Continues to Bolster His Resume at Terre Haute Action Track
- Tony Stewart case in hands of grand jury, charges shouldn't be filed
- ARDC RETURNS TO PATH VALLEY
- Central Pennsylvania Doubleheader Next for Alan Krimes
- ESPN 92.3'S "THE INSIDE LANE" ANNOUNCES THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, LINEUP
- Tracy Hines Hits Terre Haute & Eldora for a Total of Four Races this Week
- HAFERTEPE, SHIREK, SCHATZ SCORE WINS, RAMAKER EARNS TITLE FOR J&J
- Stewart investigation, Westhafer, Marks, Bear and Bower featured on PennLive's Sprint Car Unlimited
- THE "WILD CHILD" RETURNS TO TERRE HAUTE THURSDAY FOR "HURTUBISE"
- FIVE FOR THE 51: CJB Motorsports Grabs Win at Deer Creek Speedway
- Donny Schatz Scores His 21st Win of the Season at Kokomo Speedway
- RICK KAYLOR RACING RETURNS TO TRACK
- Dewease Comes Up Just Short Of Billy Kimmel Memorial Win
- 410 Sprtints Return and 360/358 Sprint Car Challenge Race at SSP on Sunday, September 21
- Hodnett's nickname, Westhafer's first win, more Sprint Car notes from Central PA