DATE: May 10
RACE: 25-lap Trone Outdoor 358 Sprint Feature WINNER: Steve Owings, Westminster
RACE NOTES: Owings started on the outside of the fourth row, and wheeled into the lead by the 14th lap. Owings started eighth on the grid and applied pressure to David Holbrook. Rookie Kyle Rohrbaugh brought out the race’s first caution. On the restart, Owings raced around Holbrook for 4th and two laps later, took 3rd away from Shane Hoff. Moments later, Owings crowded Austen Treuchet for the runner-up spot, with Hoff and Holbrook not backing down. Treuchet could only hold off Owings for so long as Owings completed the pass for 2nd on lap 10.
RACE: 20-lap Classic Racing Series Feature WINNER: Roland Brown, Manchester CARROLL FINISHERS: 2nd Wes Brown, Manchester; 4th Joe Brown, Manchester; 11th Dylan Brown, Manchester
RACE NOTES: Roland Brown led the entire 20-lap Classic Car feature, Friday night at Trail-Way Speedway. Following Brown across the line was Wes Brown, Jim Rost, Joe Brown and Chad Stine, completing the top five.
RACE: 18-lap 270cc Micro Sprint Feature WINNER: Brian Marriott, Harrisburg, Pa. CARROLL FINISHERS: 4th Michael Boer, Hampstead; 13th Steven Cox, Westminster (won heat race).
RACE NOTES: Marriott picked up where he left off, claiming his first 270 Micro Sprint win of 2019 at Trail-Way Speedway. The 2018 Trail-Way Speedway 270 Micro Sprint track champion started on the outside pole, but a caution on the initial lap claimed pole-sitter, Mike Boer, and six additional cars, forcing the complete restart, this time with Marriott on the pole. From there, Marriott led the entire 20-lap feature, winning his 11th career 270 Micro Sprint feature at Trail-Way Speedway.
RACE: 20-lap Street Stock Feature WINNER: Will Walls, Gettysburg, Pa. CARROLL FINISHERS: 8th Tyler Harman, Taneytown; 9th Shane McQuay, Sykesville
RACE: 15-lap Limited Stock Feature WINNER: Robbie Carroll, Gettysburg, Pa.
DATE: May 11
RACE: 25-lap 410 Super Sprint Feature WINNER: Brian Montieth, Phoenixville, Pa.
RACE NOTES: Montieth started on the pole of the 25-lap feature, with Alan Krimes to his outside. Krimes used the top of the track to take the lead as the green flag dropped. Typically, more comfortable running the top of the track, Montieth tried the bottom to get by Krimes on lap 5. It looked like it worked until Montieth got held up by a slowing car allowing Krimes to keep the lead. Montieth dove to the bottom of turn 3 on lap 7 to try and get the lead and it was a drag race to the flag stand, but Krimes held him off again. Any momentum Montieth could carry from the front stretch going into turn 1 went away coming out of turn 2 until lap 10. Montieth got under Krimes in 1 and 2 on lap 10 and made it stick. Dietrich followed to take second. Dietrich was getting a great run off of turn 2 but never could close the deal on Montieth. Freddie Rahmer had gotten by Krimes for third on lap 14 but Krimes didn’t let him out of his sight. Krimes got Rahmer back on lap 23 as Rahmer got caught behind a lapped car. Montieth beat Dietrich to the checkered flag by .635 seconds to win the non-stop feature. Not only was the feature non-stop, it was record setting. Total running time was 6:19.113, the fastest 25 laps on record at Lincoln Speedway. Krimes held onto third. Rahmer crossed the line fourth and Anthony Macri completed the top five. Heat winners were Cole Young, Freddie Rahmer and Jim Siegel. Danny Dietrich set quick time over the 28-car field with a lap of 13.112 seconds.
RACE: 25-lap 410 Super Sprint make-up Feature WINNER: Robbie Kendall, Catonsville
RACE NOTES: Kendall was out to the lead when the green flag dropped and had nearly a four-second advantage over Bradley Howard by lap 4. At the end, Kendall led all 25 laps on way to his second career Lincoln Speedway victory by .319 seconds over Freddie Rahmer.
RACE: 20-lap 358 Sprint Car Feature WINNER: Tyler Ross, Lincoln University, Pa.
RACE: 20-lap Midget Car Feature WINNER: Steve Buckwalter, Royersford, Pa.
WILLIAMS GROVE SPEEDWAY
DATE: May 10
RACE: 25-lap 410 Super Sprint Feature WINNER: Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pa.
RACE NOTES: Dewease sailed through the field to record the World of Outlaws Tune Up event for sprint cars, worth $4,180 to win. It was the first race at the track since late March thanks to continuous rain-outs. A rain delay of more than an hour hampered the event but it also made for scorching speeds as the night wore on. Dewease started fourth in the 25-lap sprint car field but fell back a spot on the first lap thanks to Robbie Kendall. Meanwhile pole-sitter Chad Trout streaked away with the lead over Anthony Macri and Freddie Rahmer, who racing wounded thanks to a missing inside front wing panel stemming from an opening lap mishap on the initial start that also would end up claiming Danny Dietrich. The only caution flag of the race unfurled for Dietrich on the third lap thanks to a collapsed front end, likely due to the initial start mishap. Rahmer began slipping as the laps strung together and Dewease was able to get around him for fourth on the seventh tour before taking third with nine away. But the pace was quick on the soft, moistened clay and it took all that Dewease had to run down the front duo of Macri and Trout. Dewease trailed the Trout by 1.5 seconds and it would take him another five laps to catch Trout and get command before then pulling out to a 1.2 second victory. Track conditions forced Dewease to use all the muscle in his car and in the cockpit to get the victory as he stated in victory lane, seemingly worn thin from the grueling speed just endured. The win worth $4,180 was the 94th of his illustrious career at the Williams Grove oval. Dewease set fast time with a lap of 16.634 seconds. Trout rode home second followed by Macri, Kendall and Rahmer. Sixth through 10th went to Lucas Wolfe, Brian Montieth, Cory Haas, Rick Lafferty and TJ Stutts. Heats went to Dewease and Dietrich with the dash going to Trout.
RACE: 20-lap 358 Sprint Feature WINNER: Glenndon Forsythe, York, Pa.
RACE NOTES: Forsythe wired the field for the 20-lap win in the 358 sprint feature checkers. Matt Findley rode home 2nd Troy Wagaman Jr.followed by Doug Hammaker and Kevin Nouse. Sixth through 10th went to Rodney Westhafer, Jeff Halligan, Rich Eichelberger, Kyle Denmyer and Todd Rittenhouse Jr.
DATE: May 11
RACE: 25-lap 360 Sprint Car Feature WINNER: Jason Shultz, Carlisle, Pa.
RACE NOTES: Shultz won from the 16th starting spot, and the victory was Shultz’s second of the season and 20th career at the Snyder County half-mile oval.
RACE: 25-lap Super Late Model Feature WINNER: Brett Schadel, Herdon, Pa.
RACE: 15-lap Pro Stock Feature WINNER: Brandon Moser, Middleburg, Pa.
RACE: 12-lap Roadrunner Feature WINNER: Jake Jones, Hulock Creek, Pa.
PORT ROYAL SPEEDWAY
DATE: May 11
RACE: 25-lap Super Late Model Feature WINNER: Gene Knaub, Dover, Pa. CARROLL FINISHERS: 11th Chad Myers, Hampstead; 12th Glenn Elliott, Sykesville
RACE: 25-lap Weikert’s Livestock 410 Super Sprint Feature WINNER: Jeff Miller
RACE: 20-lap PASS/ IMCA 305 Sprint Feature WINNER: Ken Duke Jr. Selinsgrove, Pa.
TRAIL-WAY SPEEDWAY: May 17, 7:45 p.m. 358 Sprints, 600 cc Micro Sprints, Street Stocks, and Legend Cars
WILLIAMS GROVE SPEEDWAY: May 17-18, 7:30 p.m. Friday World of Outlaws 410 Super Sprints and Saturday The Morgan Hughes Cup 30-lap World of Outlaws/Pennsylvania Posse 410 Super Sprints
SELINSGROVE SPEEDWAY: May 18, 7 p.m. Ron Keister Memorial for Super Late Models, Sprint, and Pro Stocks
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BAPS MOTOR SPEEDWAY: May 18, 6 p.m. Super Sportsman, PA 305 Sprints, Street Stocks and Extreme Stocks