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#1 flash49

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Posted 07 June 2019 - 09:30 PM

In picture perfect weather before the largest crowd of the year to date, there were 15 Super Late Models, 17 Sprint Cars, 15 BB Modifieds, and 15 Pro Stocks.  Was great to be back at the speedway. Track was in great shape, and the surface was racy from top to bottom.  A-Main results as follows:

 

 

 

 

Super Late Model A-Main:

 

 

1.            Jared Miley (10) from 3rd

2.            Dan Angelicchio (14)

3.            Ken Schaltenbrand (29) from 8th

4.            Mike Miller (81)

5.            Clayton Kennedy (9)

6.            Clate Copeman (28C)

7.            Kelvin Kohan (15*)

8.            Mike Duritsky (90)

9.            Zachary Kane (10)

10.          Heath Close (77H)

11.          Michael Norris (72) DNF

12.          Joe Petyak (44P) DNF

13.          Jayme Beck (92) DNF

14.          Joshua Powell (11) DNF

15.          Tyler Dietz (77) DNF

 

 

Super Late Model heats were won by Mike Miller and Michael Norrisl.

 

 

BB Mod A-Main:

 

 

1.             Brian Swartzlander (83) from 8th

2.             Jeremiah Shingledecker (37) from 9th

3.             Garrett Krummert (29) from 6th

4.             Rex King Jr. (165) from 7th

5.             Rex King Sr. (65)

6.             Steve Feder (45) from 10th

7.             Rick Regalski (13R)

8.             Dave Murdick (61)

9.             Shawn Kozar (3K)

10.           Butch Lambert (Rudolph 25)

11.           Dave Reges (27R) 

12.           Bill Barr (Area 51) DNF

13.           Jeff Miller (75) DNF

14.           John Mollick (4J) DNS

15.           Kevin Long (22) DNS

 

 

BB Mod heats were won by John Mollick and Rex King Sr.

 

 

Sprint A-Main:

 

 

1.              Sye Lynch (42)

2.              A. J. Flick (2)

3.              Carl Bowser (11)

4.              Brandon Fredericks (1J)

5,              Darin Gallagher (12)

6.              Pete Landrum (44)

7.              Bill Kiley (4K)

8.              Shamus O'Donnell (154)

9.              Ralph Spithaler (56) DNF

10.            Jim Morris (4N) DNF

11.            Frankie Nervo (21N) DNF

12.            Sadie Siegel (91S) DNF

13.            Todd Burgard (6) DNF

14.            Jeremy Hill (14H) DNF

15.            Jack Sodeman Jr. (23jr) DNF

16.            Leyton Wagner (38) DNF

17.            Nevin O'Donnell (331) DNS   

 

 

Sprint heats were won by Frankie Nervo and Sye Lynch.

 

 

Pro Stock A-Main:

 

 

1.               Joey Zambotti (948)

2.               Corey McPherson (c33)

3.               Ryan Moyer (13x)

4.               Brett McDonald (25)

5.               John Hartman (10)

6.               Mike Bordt (26)

7.               Jacob Dietz (35b)

8.               Scott Byers (29B)

9.               Dale Tuche (310)

10.             Joe Kelley (66) DNF

11.             Mark Sanders (32) DNF

12.             Sam Eichelberger (17) DNF

13.             Chase Lambert (22jr) DNf

14.             Tyler Dietz (27) DNF

15.             Terry Young (28Y) DNS

 

 

Pro Stock heats were won by Joe Kelley and Joey Zambotti.


Edited by flash49, 08 June 2019 - 02:17 AM.



 

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Posted 07 June 2019 - 10:07 PM

Half of those people got in free from Peoples Gas. There is always a large crowd on hand for fireworks. I guess giving the Sprint car drivers one free pass didn't increase the car counts I see. Thanks for the results flash49.

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Posted 07 June 2019 - 10:27 PM

Thankx flash, your a man of your word.



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Posted 07 June 2019 - 10:41 PM

Thankx flash, your a man of your word.

 

I try old man, I think I'm going to venture up to Latrobe tomorrow night.



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Posted 07 June 2019 - 11:58 PM

I guess the free pass didn't make much difference but I think they should get some credit for doing SOMETHING. I'm sure plenty of other track owners would take the position of saying if you don't like what we pay go race somewhere else. That's not good for anyone. To me, offering a free pass sends a message to the racers that the track understands that there is a problem and they want to work with the racers. Is a free pass going to fix the problem? No, of course not but I like the fact that they put something out there.

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 02:12 AM

Five locals were at the All Star show at Outlaw Speedway in upstate New York, Brandon Spithaler (22), George Hobaugh Jr., (40) John Garvin Jr., (J4), Michael Bauer (46),  Dan Shetler (29), and occasional runner, Jared Zimbardi (35). however, none of them finished better than 14th.  Only twenty-three (23) cars were there.  Brock Zearfoss (70)  took the win over Cory Eliason (26), Dave Blaney (98H), Gerard McIntyre Jr., (07) and Danny Varin (00).


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Posted 08 June 2019 - 03:58 AM

 Flash.......and I didn't see two of the main protesters go to either Outlaw Speedway or Attica!!!   We will see how they do tomorrow at PPMS!!   And by the way, notice that the Sprints outnumbered both the Late Models and Modifieds!!  Still not back to Lernerville standards, but slightly better than the other two classes and the Stocks as well. 

 

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 06:41 AM

I guess the free pass didn't make much difference but I think they should get some credit for doing SOMETHING. I'm sure plenty of other track owners would take the position of saying if you don't like what we pay go race somewhere else. That's not good for anyone. To me, offering a free pass sends a message to the racers that the track understands that there is a problem and they want to work with the racers. Is a free pass going to fix the problem? No, of course not but I like the fact that they put something out there.




Just to be clear Peoples Natural Gas was the one who paid for the free passes. The track did not pay for them.

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 07:01 AM

Just to be clear Peoples Natural Gas was the one who paid for the free passes. The track did not pay for them.


True, but I still think it's a step in the right direction.

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 07:12 AM

I hate to say this but low car counts is not a track issue its a sport issue.........I went to PPMS a few weeks ago and its was like a ghost town in the pits and in the stands........it was sad.........

 

I think the sport has priced most people out of it.....>20K for a chassis..........really??  Its fun to go racing but not that fun....

 

Its a shame cause its a sport that many love....but cant afford to participate in anymore...

 


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Posted 08 June 2019 - 09:24 AM

realgear I have to agree with you for the most part, but the tracks also should some blame. Meaning  payouts and some of the rules but not all the rules. Coast is by far is a factor. A family member got out of racing for that reason. Like someone said it coast to race. You"r right it is a shame, but I do have faith there is a future in our sport.



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Posted 08 June 2019 - 09:48 AM

keep saying that as your lm's head to thunder mountain........1300's, and cars will show.......but hey, crates are filling the fields now.



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Posted 08 June 2019 - 10:01 AM

keep saying that as your lm's head to thunder mountain........1300's, and cars will show.......but hey, crates are filling the fields now.


Thunder mountain had less cars than Lernerville last night, but go ahead with your ludicrously uninformed opinions.
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Posted 08 June 2019 - 10:34 AM

With the exception of Stateline and Eriez, Late Model counts above 13 have been rare so far this year!!

 

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 11:44 AM

I hate to say this but low car counts is not a track issue its a sport issue.........I went to PPMS a few weeks ago and its was like a ghost town in the pits and in the stands........it was sad.........

 

I think the sport has priced most people out of it.....>20K for a chassis..........really??  Its fun to go racing but not that fun....

 

Its a shame cause its a sport that many love....but cant afford to participate in anymore...

 

PMS has been a dying track since the Mileys bought it, and probably before that, which would be why the Mileys bought it. 


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 June 2019 - 12:07 PM

if i was a promoter, i'd be doing something to bring them down. north/south challenge. there is no junk at all at those tracks. now you got freedom, hidden valley, latrobe......opening more tracks was not needed. everybody has 1300' up here........i'd be talking to dirt, and try setting  something up.......the name just does not pull cars anymore.



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Posted 08 June 2019 - 12:12 PM

How come nobody is crying that Jared is cherry picking at lernerville...
That list of drivers below him sure isnt a stellar field of top notch talent...
If rob Blair won there last night you bitches would have been blowing up this post

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 12:32 PM

if i was a promoter, i'd be doing something to bring them down. north/south challenge. there is no junk at all at those tracks. now you got freedom, hidden valley, latrobe......opening more tracks was not needed. everybody has 1300' up here........i'd be talking to dirt, and try setting  something up.......the name just does not pull cars anymore.


Back in the day many of the "Northern" late models supported Lernerville as did many drivers from Western Pa.
Then came WRG and their UMP dictatorship rules and fees.....

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 03:04 PM

I'm convinced some people will complain no matter what. As a fan last night the racing was excellent my family enjoyed themselves and that's what is important to me. I see both sides of the argument with car counts and all that but would you rather have 10 cars and a good night of racing or no racing at all cause if all people do is complain online turning people off all together to coming that's what is gonna happen.

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Posted 08 June 2019 - 05:14 PM

Five locals were at the All Star show at Outlaw Speedway in upstate New York, Brandon Spithaler (22), George Hobaugh Jr., (40) John Garvin Jr., (J4), Michael Bauer (46),  Dan Shetler (29), and occasional runner, Jared Zimbardi (35). however, none of them finished better than 14th.  Only twenty-three (23) cars were there.  Brock Zearfoss (70)  took the win over Cory Eliason (26), Dave Blaney (98H), Gerard McIntyre Jr., (07) and Danny Varin (00).

Hey pal, what's with hijacking your own thread.  Go hijack someone else's thread.






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