Duke claims Hagerstown Tri-sanction

by: Admin - 6/18/2018
With Fifty Three IMCA RaceSaver sprints signed in to Hagerstown Speedway’s pits for the first ever three region event at the Maryland raceway. When it was all done Ken Duke jr. took the win after being second on the last lap when Jeff Miller fell out. Heats were won by John Scarborough, Darren Miller, Drew Ritchey and Zach Newlin and B mains were won by Robbie Bartchy and Cale Reigle. Zach Newlin and Ryan Lynn paced the field to green with Newlin out first. Newlin looked to be running away but Jeff Miller was not letting that happen. Ken Duke was working his way to the front as the race went on. On lap seven Miller was the new leader with Newlin holding off Drew Ritchey for second with Duke closing in. Miller was smooth out front but on lap sixteen Duke was second now and not letting him get far off. Behind the front three was Newlin, Ritchey and now Scott Lutz. With laps winding down the field looked to be set but a quick yellow changed everything as with a lap to go Miller pulled in and Duke was leading as the checkered flag was waving followed by Zach Newlin and Scott Lutz. At the line it was Ken Duke Jr., Zach Newlin, Scott Lutz, Tyler Reinhart, Drew Ritchey, John Scarborough, Darren Miller, Dylan Shatzer, Ryan Lynn, John Walp, Scott Elerman, Jay Krout, Johnathan Jones, Daren Bolac, Stephanie Dodson, Robbie Bartchy, Brad Mellot, Jimmy White, Tony Harris, Jeff Miller, Cale Regale, Kassidy Krietz, Fred Arnold and John Fiore. Next Week the Virginia Sprint Series is back to Shenandoah Speedway on Saturday June 23rd.
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IMCA RaceSaver 305 Sprints – 1. 67-Ken Duke Jr., [11]; 2. 11Z-Zachary Newlin, [1]; 3. 33-Scott Lutz, [16]; 4. 4-Tyler Reinhardt, [9]; 5. 880-Drew Ritchey, [6]; 6. 61-John Scarborough, [12]; 7. 9C-Darren Miller, [8]; 8. 75-Dylan Shatzer, [10]; 9. 26-Ryan Lynn, [2]; 10. 5P-John Walp, [18]; 11. 8D-Scott Ellerman, [24]; 12. 50-Jay Krout, [5]; 13. 12J-Jonathan Jones, [23]; 14. 44V-Daren Bolac, [4]; 15. 20-Stephanie Dodson, [19]; 16. 29B-Robbie Bartchy, [21]; 17. 6X-Brad Mellott, [13]; 18. 53W-Jimmy White, [14]; 19. 6-Tony Harris, [15]; 20. 57J-Jeffrey Miller, [3]; 21. 99-Cale Reigle, [22]; 22. 69K-Kassidy Kreitz, [20]; 23. 88P-Fred Arnold, [7]; (DNS) 91J-John Fiore


Hagerstown Registration builds

by: Admin - 6/13/2018
Registration on OUR site has hit 36 for the mason Dixon Showdown this weekend at Hagerstown Speedway and there are 2 other regions attending. Naturally many of our teams are also LHSS teams but the race is shaping up to have plenty of competition and fun this weekend. RaceSaver is the headliner so affordable sprint car racing will be in the spotlight!


Smith tops record field at Path

by: Admin - 6/5/2018
Kyle Smith lost the lead at the very end of the make-up feature Saturday but prevailed in the make-up event that went non-stop.31 cars is the most we've had at Path Valley (possibly ever) topping 30 just last year.

IMCA/PASS Sprints (31 cars, 24 to start):
1. Kyle Smith 2. Zach Newlin 3. Ken Duke, Jr. 4. Kyle Ganoe 5. Dave Grube 6. Austin Bishop 7. Randy Sterling 8. Ryan Lynn 9. Ryan Stillwaggon 10. John Walp 11. Roger Irvine 12. Mike Alleman 13. Jonathan Jones 14. Dale Schweikart 15. Larry McVey 16. Drew Ritchey 17. Brad Mellott 18. Johnny Scarborough 19. Robbie Bartchy 20. Tyler Reinhardt 21. John Fiore 22. Dave Guss, Jr. 23. Cody Hackenberry (DNF) 24. Dakota Schweikart (DNF)


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