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Homak POPS powered by Can-Am event at the New Stateline Speedway finds First time winner Hunter Exley in Victory Lane!

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Posted 17 July 2019 - 04:07 PM

FIRST TIME WINNER, HUNTER EXLEY CAPTURES HOMAK PENN OHIO SERIES POWERED BY CAN-AM $1,000 WIN AT THE NEW STATELINE SPEEDWAY!

 

For Immediate Release

July 15, 2019 (Sandy Lake, PA) The New Stateline Speedway welcomed the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series powered by Can-Am last Saturday, July 13th.  Thirty-five pro stocks came prepared to battle for the $1,000 prize.  Visiting victory lane for the first time in a dominating performance was Hunter Exley in his Slider Race Car #23HJR sponsored by M & N Racing, AT&S, Country Grub, Linda Lou’s, Wolbert Welding, Billy’s Garage, Blum’s Taxidermy, Ada’s Cleaning Services, and McDonald & Associates Tax Services.

 

The event started with drivers competing in four heat races and five drivers transferring to the A Main.  Heat race winners included Bobby Whitling #7W, Curtis Bish #29, Rod Laskey #1R, John Boardman #777.  Two last chance B Mains gave drivers an opportunity to advance to the A Main for a shot at the $1,000 prize.  Winners were Tim Bish #11B and Jason Black #5B.  Drivers not advancing from the heats and B Mains had an opportunity to race in a Non-Qualifier B Feature paying $250 to-win.

 

A redraw for the top 3 drivers in each heat determined starting positions for the top 12 in the A Main.  As a result, Exley and Daryl Charlier #112 would lead the 24-car field to the green in the 25-lap Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series powered by Can-Am event.  Exley jumped out to lead lap 1 over third-starter Laskey.  As Exley distanced himself from the rest of the pack Laskey would battle fourth-starter Whitling, seventh-starter Curtis Bish and Charlier for the runner up spot.  As Exley approached lap traffic, the first caution flag would fly on lap 15 as track officials had no choice but to slow racing action for the quick rain shower.

 

The cars remained on the track during the slight rain delay.  Once racing action resumed, Exley would lead the field to the green with Whitling at his side.  Whitling edged to the lead over Exley but the caution flag would quickly fly for two spinning cars prior to the completion of lap 16.  Exley’s second attempt at restarting the race with Whitling at his side proved to be beneficial as he maintained the top spot giving Bish an opportunity to battle Whitling for second.  Eighth-starter Boardman advanced to fourth on lap 17 as Charlier slipped to fifth.  Before the completion of lap 23 the third caution flag slowed racing action for two cars tangling in turn 1. 

 

Exley and Whitling would again bring the pack to green to battle for position in the remaining three laps.  Exley secured the top spot over Whitling as Bish and Boardman battled for third.  Just when it appeared Exley would bring home his first career win in three years of racing, the last caution flag waved for a four car incident in turn 3 and 4.  Exley would have to hold off the Veteran Whitling for one last lap to capture his first win and did just that to bring home the $1,000 Homak Penn Ohio Series powered by Can-Am prize.  Whitling secured the runner up spot over Boardman, Bish and Charlier.  Laskey came home in sixth followed by Jason Fosnaught #73, Paul Davis #3, Kyle Couchenour #299, and Jeff Broniszewski rounded out the top 10.

 

Douglas Eck #4* picked up the $250 Non-Qualifier win over Dennis Blood #45, Justin Pratt #11P, Victor Redeye #6R, and Anthony Marotto #15.

 

Racing action for the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series powered by Can-Am will resume on Friday, July 19th at Raceway 7 for a point race paying $1,000 to-win.  The Series will then host a “Crew Chief” race at Sharon Speedway on Saturday, July 20th during a regular pro stock racing event with no series points being awarded.

 

Results:

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series powered by Can-Am, The New Stateline Speedway, 25 laps, July 13, 2019, A Main Finishing order, $1,000 to-win: 1- *Hunter Exley (23HJR); 2- *Bobby Whitling (7W); 3- John Boardman (777); 4- *Curtis Bish (29); 5- *Daryl Charlier (112); 6- *Rod Laskey (1R); 7- *Jason Fosnaught (73); 8- *Paul Davis (3); 9- *Kyle Couchenour (299); 10- *Jeff Broniszewski (08); 11- Jason Black (5B); 12- *Jackson Humanic (17); 13- *Tim Bish (11B); 14- *Chris McGuire (63); 15- *Chris Withers (21W); 16- *Gerry Bruce (z17); 17- *Nick Kocuba (10); 18- Michael Reed (34R); 19- Dennis Asel (0); 20- Steve Yokom (20Y); 21- Bill Applebee (9); 22- *Gary Fisher (99F); 23- Paul Nelson (55); 24- *Jamie Scharba (11S)

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series powered by Can-Am, The New Stateline Speedway, 8 laps, July 13, 2019, Non-Qualifier Finishing order, $250 to-win: 1- Douglas Eck (4*); 2- Donald Blood (45); 3- Justin Pratt (11*); 4- Victor Redeye (6R); 5- Anthony Marotto; DNS – Dave Shagla (6); Dylan Greene (20D); Shane Applebee (30); Jason Covey (67); *Rusty Moore (17M); *Shaun Hooks (65)

 

*denotes 2019 Penn Ohio Series Member

 

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series powered by Can-Am contingency prizes were awarded to the following drivers:

Sponsor

Prize

Prize Winner

Hoosier/Precise Racing

Hoosier Tire

Hunter Exley #23HJR

American Racer/Lias Tire

American Racer Tire

Rod Laskey #1R

SS Chassis & Supply

Wheel

Jamie Scharba #11S

Close Racing

$100 Certificate

Rusty Moore #17M

Joe Willcox Performance Automatics

$100 Certificate

Nick Kocuba #10

Genesis Racing Shocks

$75 Certificate

Jason Fosnaught #73

Precise

Product

Chris Withers #21W

Dirt Defender

Product

Jackson Humanic #17

Ultra Shield Race Products

$50 Certificate

Jeff Broniszewski #08

Ultra Shield Race Products

Tearoffs certificate

Curtis Bish #29

Arbodies

$25 Certificate

Bobby Whitling #7W

Big Daddy's

$25 Certificate

Daryl Charlier #112

Big Daddy's

$25 Certificate

Kyle Couchenour #299

Wedge Motorsports

$25 Certificate

Shaun Hooks #65

Wedge Motorsports

$25 Certificate

Tim Bish #11B

Wedge Motorsports

$25 Certificate

Rod Laskey #1R

Wedge Motorsports

$25 Certificate

Gerry Bruce #z17

Precise

$25 Gift Card

Gary Fisher #99F

STAAR Lubricants

Trick Shot

Chris McGuire #63

STAAR Lubricants

Trick Shot

Hunter Exley #23HJR

STAAR Lubricants

Trick Shot

Paul Davis #3

 

Pro stock drivers can join the Series and reap the benefits all season – a $15,000 point fund with $3,000 going to the point champion, over $13,000-$15,000 in contingency prizes given away at Penn Ohio events, and over $20,000 in driver prizes given away at the banquet.  The cost to join is $200 and forms are available online at -http://www.pennohioprostocks.com/2019%20REGISTRATION.pdf.

 

Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks and follow us on Twitter @Pennohiostocks.  For more information on the Series visit our website at www.pennohioprostocks.com, email info@pennohioprostocks.com or call 724-730-1623.  Correspondence can also be sent to 172 Tent Hill Road, Sandy Lake, PA 16145.

 

The 2019 Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series is brought to you by Homak, “Globally Known & Professionally Trusted since 1947” and powered by Can-Am, “We’re built for this”; along with the support of Wrapz by Reiser, Hoosier Tire, Precise Racing Products, American Racer, Lias Tire, E & K Equipment, Timber Lake Lodge, Les Frickshun, SS Chassis & Supply, Bish Heating & Cooling, Dirt Defender LLC, Blue Ox Timber, Close Racing Supply, Genesis Racing Shocks, ARbodies, Trick Shot Penetrating Lubricant, R & R Enterprise Auto Sales & Garage, Wedge Motorsports, Animal Graphics & Signs, Big Daddy’s Speed Center, Ultra Shield Race Products, Joe Willcox Performance Automatics, Phantom Signs & Shirts, Three Rivers Karting, Power of Bowser and Jacob’s Towing.
 





 





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