Jaremi Hanson Takes first win at SSPNewsPhoto

Newberrytown, PA (July 3, 2015) – On Thursday, July 2, the 10th Annual Eichelberger’s U-Pull-It Super Show had Jaremi Hanson of York Springs won the IMCA PA Sprint Series 20-lap feature event at the Susquehanna Speedway Park. Pottsville’s Kevin Beach won the Sportsman Modifieds 20-lapper. Logan Jones of Hagerstown, Maryland won the ACMS Stock 600cc Micro Sprint feature as Wrightsville’s Bill Diehl collected the Legends Cars main event. Mike Zielonis of Mt. Holly Springs and Brandon Yarlett of Carlise split wins in the pair Sidewinder Sprint Car features. Brian Gagliardo from Bethel won the Blast from the Past Vintage Cars 20-lapper. Westminster, Maryland’s Joe Brown won the Classic Cars night capper.

In the 20-lap IMCA PA Sprint Series feature event, Jaremi Hanson took the early lead from outside the front row with heavy traffic directly behind him. Tyler Reeser emerged as the runner-up challenger until he retired from the race at the midway point. The midway caution bunched up the field behind Hanson. On the restart, Zach Newlin began stalking Hanson. Coming to the one to go flag, Newlin made a challenge for the lead on the low side as he and Hanson split a lapped car. On the last lap, Hanson held off Newlin for his first SSP career victory. Darren Miller and Colby Dice exchanged spots a few times with Miller besting Dice for third. Cale Reigle rounded out the top five. Dice, Hanson and Reigle were the heat race winners.

Hanson becomes the 12th different winner of the season out of 14 races

PA Sprint Series Feature (20 laps): 1. Jaremi Hanson; 2. Zach Newlin; 3. Darren Miller; 4. Colby Dice; 5. Cale Reigle; 6. Drew Ritchey; 7. Scott Ellerman; 8. Tyler Lebo; 9. Brandt Cook; 10. Donnie Hendershot; 11. John Martin III; 12. Andrew Hake; 13. John Bordlemay; 14. Keith Anderson; 15. Erin Statler; 16. Ian Cumens; 17. Tyler Reeser; 18. Nathan Gramley; 19. Brent Romberger; 20. Alex Potosky; 21. Randy Kaylor; 22. Cody Hockenberry; 23. Kyle Lloyd; DNS – Alex Schanz.
HEAT RACE WINNERS: Dice, Hanson and Reigle.


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