Admin - 10/8/2018
Darren Miller seemed destined for the runner up spot Saturday night but a strange incident set him up for the biggest win of his RaceSaver career. Kyle Smith was all set for a weekend sweep as he drew the pole position for the event and led every lap.
Except the last one.
On the final circuit as Smith drove into the final turn an incident coming out of turn 4 blocked the track. Smith entered the turn on the high side with traffic below and had no time or opening to make it through. Miller was just far enough behind that he was able to make a last second maneuver to avoid contact and later went on to grab the one lap dash for the win. Miller earned $1200 for the victory which included $400 in bonuses based on Years with RaceSaver and races run in 2018. Zach Newlin. Austin bishop and Jonathan Jones rounded out the top 5.
Former winner Jeff Miller Jr. came home second followed by Zach Newlin Austin Bishop and Jonathan Jones.
Justin Clark traveled from Ohio and picked up a 7th place finish earning the longest traveler bonus for the top 10 and the top 20 netting him an additional $300. 52 cars were on hand for the event
305 Sprints, 25 laps: 1. Darren Miller, 2. Jeff Miller, 3. Zach Newlin, 4. Austin Bishop, 5. Jonathan Jones, 6. Ryan Stillwaggon, 7. Justin Clark, 8. Scott Ellerman, 9. Ken Duke Jr., 10. Ryan Lynn, 11. Roger Irvine, 12. Jake Waters, 13. Kyle Ganoe, 14. Jon Haegele, 15. Jeff Geiges, 16. Jacob Gomola, 17. Samanthan Lieberman, 18. Scott Frack, 19. Fred Arnold, 20. Rick Stief, 21. Drew Ritchey, 22. Kyle Smith, 23. Nick Sweigart, 24. Bradley Mellott
DNQ: Jaremi Hanson, Stephanie Dodson, Tyler Denochick, Larry McVAy, Mike Alleman, Robert Garvey, Tyler Cochran, Dave Guss Jr., Tim Stallings, Greg Dobrosky, Eric Husick, Colton Hoover, John Walp, Daren Bolac, Richie Pratt, Erin Stalter, Cale Reigle, Tyler Reinhardt, Richard Lawson, Brian Sweitzer, Wally Eshenaur, Josh Fox, John Scarborough, Josh Dressler, John Fiore, Kurt Knepper, Randy Sterling, Jimmy White, Drivers Team Page
Smith takes night one, Miller takes Cup
Admin - 10/8/2018
Kyle Smith Picked up the win Friday at Williams Grove Speedway and earned the guaranteed starter spot for Saturdays Keystone RaceSaver Challenge. Drew Ritchey, Tyler Denochick, Darren Miller and Scott Ellerman rounded out the top five. Millers 3rd place finish earned him the Beer Hill Cup Summer Series Championship after Zach Newlin lost an engine early in the night.
305 sprints, 25 laps: 1. Kyle Smith, 2. Drew Ritchey, 3. Tyler Denochick, 4. Darren Miller, 5. Scott Ellerman, 6. Jaremy Hanson, 7. Dave Grube, 8. Ken Duke Jr., 9. John Scarborough, 10. Jeff Geiges, 11. Jay Krout, 12. Ryan Stillwaggon, 13. Tyler Reinhardt, 14. Erin Statler, 15. Ryan Lynn, 16. Ian Detweiler, 17. Scott Frack, 18. Devin Adams, 19. Daren Bolack, 20. John Walp, 21. Brad Mellott, 22. Eric Husick, 23. Greg Dobrosky, 24. Jonathan Jones.
DNQ: Colton Hoover, Bob Garvey, Joe Kay, Fred Arnold, Mike Alleman, Rick Stief, Larry McVay, Jason Dunn, Austin Bishop, Dominic Melar, Nick Sweigart, Christian Rumsey, Randy Sterling, Kenny Heffner, Samantha Lieberman, Zach Newlin, Richard Lawson, Tyler Cochran Drivers Team Page
Duke takes win, Newlin Claims Title
Admin - 9/30/2018
Ken Duke Jr. drove from his 8th place starting spot to claim the lead over Kyle Smith in the closing laps of the final points race of 2018. Smith came home second followed by Drew Ritchey, Jaremi Hanson and John Walp.
Zach Newlin spun early but had no concerns as he had already claimed the title for 2018.
1. Ken Duke, Jr. 2. Kyle Smith 3. Drew Ritchey 4. Jaremi Hanson 5. John Walp 6. Austin Bishop 7. “Nitro” Nick Sweigart 8. Mike Alleman 9. Jeff Weaver, Jr. 10. Zach Newlin 11. Kyle Ganoe 12. Dave Wickham 13. Larry McVey 14. Brad Mellott 15. Cale Reigle 16. Eric Husick 17. Stephanie Dodson 18. Cory Thornton 19. Kurt Knepper 20. Cody Hackenberry (DNF) 21. Eric Mathiot (DNF) Drivers Team Page
In memory of Dave and Lori Reigle
Admin - 9/24/2018
Lap one of this years race is in memory of Dave and Lori Reigle. Thanks to Cale Reigle for supporting the 2018 race again this season honoring his parents once again.