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? Snyder & Thompson Lost; Big holiday program is May 25 with big races, big money, big prizes and fireworks for fans!
Port Royal ? Saturday's Memorial weekend Fallen Heroes Championships at Port Royal Speedway will be special for several reasons including fireworks, big money being paid out to drivers, extra distance races and nearly two hundred Pepsi prizes being given out to fans but most importantly it will be special because the night is meant to pay tribute to five men who paid the ultimate price while racing at the track.
The early 1970's saw the track endure a pair of losses after already losing Hal Hoose and Hal Swarmer in 1958 and AAA racer Frank Bailey in 1947. It was May 27, 1972, when Dennis Snyder of Strodes Mills, PA, took to the track for the sprint feature. An identical twin, Dennis and his brother Dwight at age 33 would take turns driving their family No. 15 sprint back then but on this night it was Denny who crashed at the entrance of turn one at the end of the frontstretch early in the sprint feature.
ALL-STARS, ASCS, IRA AND IMCA
McKENZIE, TN (May 22) - A busy racing weekend at dirt tracks across the country resulted in a number of victories for teams utilizing J&J Auto Racing Sprint cars. Danny Holtgraver scored two wins over the weekend, including an All-Star triumph in West Virginia. Donny Schatz continued his winning ways at Williams Grove by taking the World of Outlaws win. Mike Kertchser won the IRA event at Beaver Dam Raceway in Wisconsin, and Danny Wood picked up an ASCS victory in Texas. Ed Lynch, Jr. won at Lernerville and Scott Priester was the Mercer Raceway Park winner. Daren Bolac came out on top in the IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car Nationals.
Oklahoma native races with heavy heart after storms ravage his home state
NEW EGYPT, N.J. ? May 21, 2013 ? World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series championship leader Daryn Pittman is having the best season of his career, but he outdid himself Tuesday night in the NAPA Auto Parts Outlaw Classic at New Egypt Speedway.
First he led 17 drivers in shattering the nearly 12-year-old track record in qualifying, then worked past Sammy Swindell on Lap 6 in the A-main and drove to his series-leading fifth victory of the season in the Kasey Kahne Racing Great Clips GF1, becoming the first driver in 2013 to set quick time and then go win the feature.
~ Hoose & Swarmer Lost
Big holiday program is May 25 with big races, big money, big prizes and fireworks for fans!
Port Royal ? Port Royal Speedway will honor its five fallen heroes in history with this Saturday's Memorial Weekend Fallen Heroes Championships for super sprints, super late models and 305 sprints.
Racing will begin at 7 pm with gates opening at 5 pm. All three divisions will race for increased purses in the show that honors Port Royal fallen heroes Frank Bailey, Harold Swarmer, Hal Hoose, Denny Snyder and Randy Thompson.
The event will kickoff the summer season and honor those lost with a beautiful fireworks display by Skyshooter Pyrotechnics at intermission. It will be Pepsi Night at The Port with the first 100 fans entering the stands receiving either a FREE Pepsi shirt or hat. And Pepsi will be giving away nearly 50 12-paks of soda to general admission fans plus tickets to NASCAR at Pocono Raceway, Hershey Park and Knoebels Grove Amusement Resort. Packers Concessions of Centre Hall will also be offering various new food items on the grounds for the event.
Inside Line Promotions - BURLINGTON, Iowa (May 21, 2013) - 34 Raceway has been a good track for Joey Saldana.
In both of his races at the 3/8-mile oval, Saldana has qualified in the top eight, finished in the top two of his heat race and nearly claimed the main event. So it's more than obvious that Saldana is excited for the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series to return to 34 Raceway for the first time since 2009 on Friday, June 7. "The two times I've been there we've had speed," Saldana said. "It's a cool track. It's a neat facility. It's the type of place you want the Outlaws to go. It puts on a good race."
In the 2008 inaugural event at the semi-banked track, Saldana won his heat race and started fifth in the feature. He was charging toward the lead when a broken rear end sent the car to the pits before the checkered flag was waved.
MECHANICSBURG, Pa. (May 21, 2013) - Last weekend ranks up there as one of the best for Brent Marks, who recorded his first two top 10s with the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series.
Marks finished a career-best sixth on Thursday at the Gettysburg Clash at Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa., where he continued his streak of heat race victories with his ninth in a row. He capped the weekend that was plagued with rain by winning his heat race and placing ninth in the feature at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday.
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BRYAN CLAUSON EYES REPEAT VICTORY IN AMSOIL USAC NON-WING NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP EVENT WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 5 AT GRANDVIEW SPEEDWAY
The seventh Annual USAC Eastern Storm will be returning East with the first stop set for the Grandview Speedway on Wednesday night, June 5. Bryan Clauson, defending winner of the 40 lap Jesse Hockett Classic at Grandview will be driving the Tony Stewart-Curb-Agaianian USAC Non-Wing sprint car in chase of the $6,000 first place prize. Clauson of Noblesville, IN, who competed in the 2012 Indianapolis 500 dominated the Grandview high-banked oval on his way to victory in the 2012 running of the Amsoil USAC Non-Wing sprint championship. Joining the USAC sprints will be the non-wing midgets of ARDC with the show starting at 7:30 PM. Gates will open at 5 PM and advance tickets are now on sale by calling 443-513-4456. Tickets will also be on sale this Saturday night, May 25 at the Grandview Speedway. Adult tickets are $25, Children 6-11 $10 and children 5 and under will be admitted for free.
at "The NAPA Auto Parts Rumble in Michigan"
Inside Line Promotions - LAKE ODESSA, Mich. (May 21, 2013) - I-96 Speedway is a special place for Joey Saldana. He recorded his first career World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series win at the fast track during the series inaugural event at the facility in 1995. On Saturday, June 1, Saldana and the premier sprint car series will return to I-96 Speedway for The NAPA Auto Parts Rumble in Michigan - the lone event in the Wolverine State. "I love it," he said. "I'd race Michigan, Ohio and Illinois as much as possible. It's close to home."
After changing teams in the offseason, Saldana, who resides in Brownsburg, Ind., is searching for his first feature victory with Motter Motorsports. "We're qualifying well and we have speed in our car, but we're struggling to have a shot at winning one of these races," he said. "If there is a key, I hope we can find it. I definitely enjoy racing that track."
FOR SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 20
After losing a battle with Mother Nature on Saturday night, forcing a rain out at the Delaware International Speedway, the Rislone URC Sprint Series will make up that race date on Saturday night, July 20 with a 7 PM starting time. This will mark the first visit of the season by URC at the Delaware International Speedway. URC's next event is Saturday night, June 1 at the New Egypt Speedway, the first of three events in New Jersey. After two race, Robbie Stillwaggon and JJ Grasso were feature winners as Davie Franek leads the Rislone URC Sprint Series point standings.
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PETERSEN MEDIA: With the World of Outlaws coming into his home turf, Lance Dewease hoped to rise to the occasion, however that wasn't the case as the Fayetteville, PA driver had his fair share of issues during the two nights of action. "We pretty much stunk the joint up all weekend," Dewease said. "We didn't time in well at all, and that really hurt us both nights."
Taking to the Lincoln Speedway on Thursday night, Dewease's night started off with him timing his Lelands.com/Conduit Connections/Pasquirellos Auto Shop entry in with the 26th fastest lap of the night during time trials.,Starting seventh in his heat, Dewease was able to make a brilliant move on the start of the race, and jumped up into the fifth and final transfer spot, where he would finish, and make the call to the feature event.
Since recording a top-ten at Williams Grove on Friday, Mother Nature has been a thorn in the side of the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars. After the following night of action at Williams Grove was canceled, rain showers in the Middletown, NY area forced Sunday's event to be moved to Monday as the Eyecon Trail Cameras #7 team returned to Orange County Fair Speedway since posting a 9th place run last May.
Third generation racer dominates World of Outlaws STP Sprint Cars in New York
MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. ? May 20, 2013 ? Kraig Kinser stole the show at Orange County Fair Speedway en route to his first World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series feature win of the 2013 season. Kinser and his Messila Valley started alongside Chad Kemenah on the front row with both drivers seeking a breakthrough victory. Kinser jumped ahead on the outside and powered to the lead while Kemenah was forced to hold off third-place finishing Tony Stewart along with Paul McMahan and Donny Schatz.
The victory gives Kinser, the son of legendary King of the Outlaws Steve Kinser, four top-five runs and 10 top-10 finishes this season. It also was the first time he's won at Orange County Fair Speedway.
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Outlaws 1, Posse 1, Rain 1
The Speedway Motors/Champion Racing Oil Central PA Sprint Cars started the weekend early with a Thursday night World of Outlaws show at Lincoln Speedway. The show was scheduled for Wednesday but rain changed those plans. Danny Dietrich repeated what he did in last years Lincoln Speedway World of Outlaws feature by taking the win once again.
Everything moved to Williams Grove Speedway for Friday night where Donny Schatz, coming from mid pack made a last lap pass of Greg Hodnett for the victory. After that the rain returned and the Saturday night show at Williams Grove Speedway was canceled.
~ AAA Champ Bailey Was 1947 Hero; Big holiday program is May 25 with big races, big money and big prizes for fans!
Port Royal ? Port Royal Speedway will honor its five fallen heroes in history with this Saturday's Memorial Weekend Fallen Heroes Championships for super sprints, super late models and 305 sprints. Racing will begin at 7 pm with gates opening at 5 pm.
All three divisions will race for increased purses in the show that honors Port Royal fallen heroes Frank Bailey, Harold Swarmer, Hal Hoose, Denny Snyder and Randy Thompson. At the age of 33 on September 6, 1947, Port Royal Speedway experienced its first Fallen Hero in Frank Bailey of Piscataway, NJ. Bailey began racing in 1934 and became the 1936 AAA East Coast Champion over Tommy Hinnershitz.
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