Count The Reasons Why Saturday's Port All Star Weikert Memorial Is A Must See
Port Royal ? The number of reasons why you can't miss the All Star Sprint Bob Weikert Memorial at Port Royal Speedway on Saturday night is innumerable!
First, there's the opportunity to see no less than 16 drivers in action that have won an All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car event over the years including Danny "The Dude" Lasoski, Tim Kaeding, Kyle "Young Money" Larson, Jac "The Wild Child" Haudenschild, Doug "The Hammer" Esh, Keith "The Man From Mifflintown" Kauffman, Lance Dewease, Greg Hodnett, "Bad" Chad Layton, Dale "The Lowrider" Blaney, Tim "The Steel City Outlaw" Shaffer, Brad "Sweet Feet" Sweet, Logan Schuchart, Mike Wagner, Danny Holtgraver and Mike Erdley.
Kyle Larson, Brad Sweet, Tim Kaeding, Haudenschild's All Plan To Compete
Port Royal ? According to published reports, driver websites and personal confirmations with PRS Promotions officials, Port Royal Speedway is expecting an infusion of national talent to invade the oval for Saturday's prestigious and rich Bob Weikert Memorial sanctioned by the All Star Circuit of Champions Sprints.
Aside from All Stars regulars Dale Blaney, Tim Shaffer, Danny Holtgraver, Justin Henderson and others, many other names have been added to the list of expected entries.
Racing sensation Kyle Larson of Sacramento, California, a current campaigner on the Nationwide NASCAR Series circuit who won a NASCAR truck race two weeks ago at Rockingham, has confirmed his planned entry.
Ever since he was young watching his father compete all across the country driving a sprint car, Garrett Dollansky has dreamed of following in his father's footsteps. That dream came true two years ago when the then 17 year old made the jump from legends straight to getting behind the seat of a 410 sprint car on a limited schedule. This year another milestone will be made in Garrett's young career as he embarks on competing weekly at Knoxville Raceway behind the wheel of the Eyecon Trail Cameras #2.
Salina Highbanks; Dollansky seeks repeat of dominating 2011 performance on high-banked oval
SALINA, Okla. ? April 24, 2013 ? Craig Dollansky will be seeking his second victory of the 2013 World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series season on Friday night when he and the Outlaws invade Salina Highbanks Speedway. Dollansky earned a victory and set the track record at Salina in the series' debut on the high-banked oval in 2011, the only other time the Outlaws have raced at the Oklahoma track not far from Tulsa.
Gravel to Continue Driving for Bill Rose Racing
Inside Line Promotions - HAUBSTADT, Ind. (April 24, 2013) - Bill Rose is back on the mend per doctor's request. "He said I need to stay out for three or four more weeks," Rose said. "The thing is I didn't get to do physical therapy on the road. Now he's got me on physical therapy and I'm going to do it every day I'm home."
With the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series competing in the Midwest, Rose is able to return to his home in Plainfield, Ind., during the weekdays. He will rehab his left arm, which is healing from being broken during the second race of the season, at PitFit Training in Indianapolis.
APIRL 26 AT BIG DIAMOND SPEEDWAY
The 66th season for the Rislone URC Sprint Series will officially open Friday night, April 26 at the Big Diamond Speedway, an event sponsored by Pioneer Pole Buildings.
A star-filled roster of competitors will invade Big Diamond Speedway led be defending URC Champion Robbie Stillwaggon of Burlington, NJ. Other entries include Aaron Ott, Davie Franek, Josh Weller, JJ Grasso, Kramer Williamson, Randy West, Billy Pauch Jr., Dave Ely, Joey Biasi, Ed Aikin, Duane Mausteller and Andy Best, just to name a few.
SELINSGROVE, Pa. - Selinsgrove Speedway will present the first championship race of the season for the super late models at 7 p.m. this Saturday, April 27, sponsored by Jeff's Auto Body & Recycling Center of Paxinos. Joining the late models on the racing card will be the 358 sprint cars, pro stocks, and roadrunners. Track gates will open at 5 p.m.
The late model feature will pay $2,500 to win and $200 to start. Time trials, heat races, and a B-main will be the qualifying format to set the starting grid for the A-main.
Mechanicsburg, PA April 23
Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night Series returns to action this Saturday, April 27. The opening show on April 20 was a success featuring two close feature finishes. Rick Barr held off the determined challenges by Russ Mitten to win the Blazer's Body Shop Super Sportsman main. Wes Alleman used lapped traffic to win a close battle in the Newville Electrical Services 358 late Model main. Mike Buckley cruised to the victory in the Newville Construction Services Street Stock feature.
Krimes Set to Visit Williams Grove and Lincoln This Friday and Saturday
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Denver, PA (April 23rd, 2013) - The UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions will be making an appearance at the Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania this Friday evening, April 26th. The $5,000-to-win Friday night marquee will mark down as the first head-to-head battle between the UNOH All Stars and the 'Pennsylvania Posse' of 2013. Alan Krimes, a full-time 'Pennsylvania Posse' competitor and former winner at the Williams Grove Speedway, is ready to take-on the invading All Star roster; which includes some of the region's finest '410' sprint car teams.
Inside Line Promotions - ELKO, Minn. (April 23, 2013) - Unique event? Check. Marquee location? Check. Biggest stars? Check. Everything is in order for the FVP Outlaws at Elko - the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series inaugural event at Elko Speedway on Friday, May 10 - to be a premier show. "It's close to the metro area, so a lot of fans that don't get to watch a World of Outlaws show now have that opportunity," Craig Dollansky said. "It should be a great show." Located approximately a half hour south of Minneapolis, Elko Speedway is close to one of the biggest cities the top sprint car series will race near all season. Just as important as the location is the venue of the event.
McKENZIE, TN - J&J Auto Racing drivers Tim Shaffer, Derek Hagar and Daniel Pestka all scored Sprint car feature wins last weekend. Shaffer scored his first triumph of the season in Ohio, while Derek Hagar continued his early-season success with a victory in Tennessee. Australian youngster Daniel Pestka pocketed $6,000 for winning the Ross Wright 360ci Sprintcar Memorial.
FREMONT SPEEDWAY - TIM SHAFFER
Tim Shaffer helped Fremont Speedway open it's 62nd season of racing last Saturday by putting on a show in the CH Motorsports No. 83 Kistler powered J&J. Shaffer started third and quickly battled Craig Mintz for the lead. Shaffer would seize command and race away to victory in the 30-lap main event.
Smith to Run Partial Schedule for CJB Motorsports
Pennsylvania native to tackle PA Speedweek, Kings Royal, Knoxville Nationals and more
TELFORD, Pa. - April 17, 2013 - A famous name is returning to a famous ride.
Team owners Chad and Jenn Clemens are proud to announce that Stevie Smith will pilot a black #19 sprint car in forty races across the country for CJB Motorsports in 2013. The New Oxford, Pa. native will see his first action of the season at the famed Williams Grove Speedway near Mechanicsburg, Pa. on Friday, May 10th.
"My wife and I are extremely pleased that we were able to put together this opportunity to bring Stevie and the black #19 back under the CJB Motorsports banner," said Clemens, who also fields the #51 entry for World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series title contender, Paul McMahan. "We got the chance to know Stevie quite well last year and have worked throughout the winter on a way to have him race for us in 2013. Stevie is a class act and one of the finest sprint car drivers you will find anywhere. It is a privilege to be apart of bringing the Black Bandit back to the race track."
Inside Line Promotions - ABBOTTSTOWN, Pa. (April 23, 2013) - While last weekend produced only one event for Brent Marks, it was a physical weekend.
After rain washed out Friday's race at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa., Marks battled a tricky setup in a nonstop feature on Saturday at Lincoln Speedway.
"Last Saturday's race was very physical for me," he said. "I was fighting the car the whole race. We tried a couple of different things on our car the past two weeks and it just hasn't panned out."
Next Wednesday Test & Tune on April 24
Newberrytown, PA (April 21, 2013) ? On Saturday night, April 27, the PA Sprint Series returns to the Big Track at the Susquehanna Speedway Park along with the Late Models, Street Stocks, Xtreme Stock Cars and Road Warriors/Mini Vans. It will also be the Auto racing Club of Hagerstown (A.R.C.H.) Night at the races as well.
Handicapping of feature lineups begins for the Late Models and Street Stocks based on feature finishes in the previous three races for that division. A blind draw will still set the lineups for the qualifying heat races for those divisions.
CAMARGO, Ill. ? You can't blame the drivers of the University of Northwestern Ohio All Star Circuit of Champions if they are a little more excited than usual to head back to Central Pennsylvania. It's no secret the UNOH All Star drivers have struggled against the tough competition of the drivers known as the "PA Posse." But last fall, current UNOH All Star point leader Dale Blaney gave the series competitors a shot in the arm when he scored a victory against the Posse at Port Royal Speedway.
- Cory Haas Ready to Roll with the UNOH All Stars at Williams Grove!
- Weikert Pilots Allen And Schuchart Greet Fans At Port Royal Weikert Memorial
- Motoring to Another Top-Ten at Tri-State
- USAC NEWS 4-22-13
- Dewease Third at Port Royal
- 410 Sprint Car Series Update 4-22-13
- All Star Bob Weikert Memorial Is Saturday At Port Royal Speedway
- NEWVILLE CONSTRUCTION SERVICES 2013 DYNAMITE SERIES for SUPER SPORTSMAN
- Williams Grove Hosts All Star Circuit of Champions Sprints and ARDC Midgets Friday
- Central PA Racing Scene 4-21-13
- Central PA 358 Point Series 4-21-13
- Kaeding Slides Into Outlaws Win at Tri-State Speedway
- Barr, Alleman, and Buckley Win Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Opener
- Layton Beats Erdley And Tire For Port Royal Sprints
- USAC RESULTS 4-20-13
- DUANE MAUSTELLER PLANS FRIDAY NIGHT RUN IN RISLONE URC SPRINT SERIES OPENER
- SCHUCHART CLAIMS FIRST CAREER LINCOLN "410" SPRINT WIN
- 3 speedways to keep the action hot tonight.
- COLD WEATHER STOPS SELINSGROVE SATURDAY
- WEATHER FORCES ELDORA CANCELLATION
- USAC RESULTS 4-19-13
- RAIN STOPS WILLIAMS GROVE TOMMY SPRING CLASSIC
- Friday Night action canceled
- Rising Flood Waters Force WoO to Cancel Next Week's Race at I-55
- World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Event at Paducah Postponed
- Tracy Hines Looks to Add to Eldora Win Total this Weekend
- David Gravel Finishes Fourth at El Paso
- Rose Returns to Action with a Trio of World of Outlaws Events
- Steve Kinser Earns First 2013 World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series Win
- USAC EASTERN STORM BEGINS AT GRANDVIEW