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#1 flash49

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Posted 06 July 2018 - 10:14 PM

On a beautiful summer evening for racing at Lernerville there were 28 Sprint Cars, 17 Big Block Modifieds, 12 Super Late Models, and 19 Pro Stocks.  Results as follows:

 

 

 

Sprint Feature:

 

 

1.            Cale Conley (7C) from 9th

2.            Dan Shetler (7K) from 10th

3.            A.J. Flick (2) from 8th

4.            Jared Zimbardi (35)

5.            John Garvin Jr. (51)

6.            Jack Sodeman Jr. (23jr) from 12th

7.            George Hobaugh Jr. (40) 

8.            Carl Bowser (98) from 13th

9.           Brandon Matus (13) from 19th

10.         Sye Lynch (2L) 

 

Sprints Heats were won by George Hobaugh Jr., Jared Zimbardi, and Cale Conley.  The B-Main was won by Michael Bauer (46)

 

 

Late Model Feature:

 

 

1.              Michael Norris (72)  from 10th

2.              Andrew Wylie (84)

3.              Colton Flinner (Johnson 4T8)

4.              Joe Petyak (44)

5.              Gary Lyle (10)

6.              Doug Glessner (17)

7.              Ken Schaltenbrand (29)

8.              Clay Ruffo (14R)

9.              Ed Ferree (4) DNF

10.            Tom Bateman (05) DNF

11.             Mike Miller (81) DNS

12.             Kelvin Kohan (15) DNS

 

Heats were won by Colton Flinner and Michael Norris

 

 

BB Modified Feature:

 

 

1.                 Jeremiah Shingledecker (37) from 5th

2.                 Garrett Krummert (29)

3.                 Rex King Jr. (165) from 10th

4.                 Dave Murdick (61)

5.                 Rex King Sr (65)

6.                 John Mollick (4J)

7.                 Brian Swartzlander (83)

8.                 Michael Maresca (7)

9.                 A.J. Flick (123)

10.               Ralph McBride (13)

 

Heats were won by Rex King Jr. and Michael Maresca.

 

 

Pro Stock Feature:

 

 

1.                   Tyler Dietz (27)

2.                    Corey McPherson (c33)

3.                    Joey Zambotti (948)

4.                    Mark Sanders (32)

5.                    Ryan Moyer (13x)

6.                    Chase Lambert (22)

7.                   Joe Kelley (66)

8.                   Noah Brunell (31)

9.                   Bob Egley (30)

10.                 Brett McDonald (25)

 

Heats were won by Noah Brunell and Corey McPherson.


Edited by flash49, 06 July 2018 - 10:23 PM.



 

#2 bezerker

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Posted 07 July 2018 - 10:10 AM

Let's make the SLMs interesting and put a bounty on Norris! I will be surprised if anyone can collect!

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Posted 07 July 2018 - 10:29 AM

Probably no one racing Lernerville weekly!!!  Only guys like Miley or Ferree!! 

 

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Posted 07 July 2018 - 01:32 PM

It was/is only a matter of time till racer's get/got fed up with parts pedalers telling them when and where they can race.

Edit: and its one thing to save up and scrounge up get in money's. Butt the ball game changes when something breaks and your mandated parts pedalers replacement stuff costs more then the few nickels you have left in your pocket. Then there's you have the required car, but ain't got the cash to get in the back gate.

There's lots of reasons for cars not showing. Where will the replacement cars come from when racer's move on to something more affordable?

Entry level, cheap, cost, effective? Bull

Edited by dirtstudent2, 07 July 2018 - 01:46 PM.


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Posted 07 July 2018 - 04:07 PM

It was/is only a matter of time till racer's get/got fed up with parts pedalers telling them when and where they can race.

Edit: and its one thing to save up and scrounge up get in money's. Butt the ball game changes when something breaks and your mandated parts pedalers replacement stuff costs more then the few nickels you have left in your pocket. Then there's you have the required car, but ain't got the cash to get in the back gate.

There's lots of reasons for cars not showing. Where will the replacement cars come from when racer's move on to something more affordable?

Entry level, cheap, cost, effective? Bull

 

 

Once again you do not get the point. Super late models becoming extinct had nothing to do with crate racing. Guys aren't able to spend 40 gs on a motor or buy 1000 dollars worth or tires just to race 1 track. You take crates out of the picture, the same thing would be happening.



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Posted 07 July 2018 - 05:13 PM

he dosn't get much of anything about racing. he just rambles.



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Posted 07 July 2018 - 05:13 PM

 
 
Once again you do not get the point. Super late models becoming extinct had nothing to do with crate racing. Guys aren't able to spend 40 gs on a motor or buy 1000 dollars worth or tires just to race 1 track. You take crates out of the picture, the same thing would be happening.


Super lates really arent becoming extinct. There are plenty of cars at most specials. Weekly super late model racing is well on its way to extinction. What tracks really should do if they want to keep supers on the card is give crates a weight break and/or a 12 blade to run with the supers.
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Posted 07 July 2018 - 10:22 PM

12 Blade....????



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Posted 08 July 2018 - 08:37 AM

12 Blade....????


12 inch spoiler

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Posted 08 July 2018 - 09:24 AM

weekly shows up north of Lernerville have full fiedls most of the nights.

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Posted 08 July 2018 - 09:47 AM

weekly shows up north of Lernerville have full fiedls most of the nights.

Do those tracks have tire rules? 


My dad drove late models in the early 70's at North Hills, Butler, Mercer, Blanket Hill, and occasionally Tri City. We won the last late model track championship at Blanket Hill. 


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Posted 08 July 2018 - 10:04 AM

weekly shows up north of Lernerville have full fiedls most of the nights.


As it turns out, Thunder Mountain also 12 late models Friday.
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Posted 08 July 2018 - 11:46 AM

I haven been to eriez or stateline,but those 2 tracks have good car counts most nights.



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Posted 08 July 2018 - 12:58 PM

I haven been to eriez or stateline,but those 2 tracks have good car counts most nights.


The tracks up there always have, even when weekly late model racing was at its most healthy. Just a late model hot bed up there and not necessarily a microcosm of anything to do with the Pittsburgh area tracks, though weekly super lates are on their last legs around here.

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Posted 08 July 2018 - 02:23 PM

 

 

Once again you do not get the point. Super late models becoming extinct had nothing to do with crate racing. Guys aren't able to spend 40 gs on a motor or buy 1000 dollars worth or tires just to race 1 track. You take crates out of the picture, the same thing would be happening.

 

I was not talking about Late Models.  What I wrote was to the so called entry level Pro Stocks.  Not everyone has a gazillion dollars to get into late model racing.






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