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Walls scores eighth win of the year in thundercars


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 10/12/13 – How good was “the Edge” at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night?


So good that his final margin of victory was more than nine seconds and only eight cars finished on the lead lap.


Brian Montieth came from eighth starting spot to become the fourth different leader on the 14th lap, and drove away to his sixth Lincoln win of the year and 40th of his Lincoln career in the 40-lap Kenny Weld Memorial Saturday evening.


“Kenny Weld changed the face of racing as we know it,” said Montieth upon exiting his Jerry Parrish-owned Premier Auto Works/Auto Locator #21 in victory lane, “And I’m proud to win a race in his honor. But another racer who made us all better was Fred Rahmer, and I’m so happy for him with last week’s National Open win. Racing won’t be the same without him.”


For his part, Rahmer’s third place finish was good enough to claim the season-long 2013 Speedway Motors/Champion Racing Oil Central Pennsylvania Point Series title.


Time trials and an inversion draw of six placed Montieth eighth for the start. As outside front row starter Tim Glatfelter was leading the first eight laps, Montieth entered the top five by lap three, caught 2013 track champ Fred Rahmer for fourth on lap six, faded back to fifth in a five-car battle for the lead on lap ten.


Polesitter Steve Owings took the lead from Glatfelter on lap eight and held it until Dewease grabbed the top spot on lap 13. But his lead lasted only one lap.


Montieth moved past Glatfelter into fourth on lap 11, then caught Steve Owings for third on lap 13.


He then passed both Rahmer and leader Lance Dewease to grab the race lead during a wild lap 14. From there, he drove away from the field in non-stop racing to the end, crossing 9.28 seconds ahead of Dewease, with Williams Grove National Open winner Rahmer finishing third. The win was worth $5,000 plus lap money for the former four-time track champ.


Brent Marks and 12th-starting Brian Leppo (in his only Lincoln race of the year in the Zemco #1Z) completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were Cory Haas, Greg Hodnett, hard charger Danny Dietrich (who started 20th), Alan Krimes, and 19th-starting Logan Schuchart.


Sprint heats were won by Owings, Haas, Montieth, and Aaron Ott, with Gerard McIntyre, Jr. winning the B-Main.

Fast time in time trials over the 32-car field was set by Dewease with one-lap time of 13.193-seconds (102.335 MPH).


Gettysburg’s Brian Walls all but secured his first-ever track championship by winning the next-to-last 20-lap thundercar feature.


Starting 10th, Walls blew around the outside of everyone at the drop of the green and miraculously grabbed the lead from polesitter Roy Warehime, Jr. exiting the fourth turn to complete the second lap. In the process though Walls had sustained right rear quarter panel damage with his right rear tire coming very close to being cut.


But Walls was able to steer clear of any other trouble and took the checkered for his eighth win of the year and the 18th of his career over fourth-starting Todd Miller, Mikey Guise, 12th-starting Will Walls and Wayne Dutterer.


Lincoln Speedway will conclude the 2013 racing season next weekend, Saturday, Oct. 19th at 6 PM. All three regular point divisions will be on hand, the 410 sprints, 358 sprints & thunders, with the thundercars ending their season-long point battle in the finale. The season finale will also honor retiring 11-time champion Fred Rahmer with a night billed the “Last Call”, with a special presentation. Time trials for the 410 sprints will start at 6:00 p.m., with gates opening at 4:00 p.m.

Oct 12, 2013, 21:11

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Hogue claims Central PA point series title with sixth Lincoln win of 2013


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 9/28/13 – Brian Montieth lived up to his nickname in claiming the $4,000 top prize in Saturday’s Annual Hank Gentzler Memorial Manufacturers Appreciation Race at Lincoln Speedway.


Montieth, who started on the pole, saw his nearly two-second lead evaporate on a 12th-lap caution for a spinning Stevie Smith on the front stretch, and was forced to back off when Adam Wilt pulled the slider to take the lead on turn two of the restart.


“I sorta wrote it off,” said Montieth upon exiting his Jerry Parrish-owned Auto Locator/Premier AutoWorks #21 in victory lane, “I figured I was just going to back there and play with Alan coming up (in third). I saw lapped traffic coming, and I thought we were going to run out of laps. That was really my only shot.”


Montieth was right. It looked like the race was over as Wilt pulled away to a full second lead on lap 20. But then lapped traffic entered the picture, and Montieth went to the top to drive around Wilt to reclaim the lead in turn two of lap 24.


From there, Montieth drove to his sixth Lincoln win of the year and third straight Hank Gentzler Memorial Manufacturers Night win.


“The way the (Hoosier) tires are, you need clean air,” said Montieth, “Honestly, leading here isn’t the best thing all the time. He had to do what he had to do, and just try to put cars in between us. I’ve been in his position, and I hate being there also.”


Wilt settled for second, with sixth-starting Alan Krimes, ninth-starting Jim Siegel, and outside front row starter Tim Glatfelter crossing third through fifth. Completing the top ten were Greg Hodnett, 12th-starting Logan Schuchart, Gerard McIntyre, Jr., Cory Haas, and Steve Owings.


Sprint heats were won by Montieth, Siegel, and McIntyre, with Schuchart winning the Consolation. Fast time in time trials over the 30-car field was set by Krimes with one-lap time of 13.512-seconds (99.911 MPH).


More than $50,000 in manufacturers’ products and services were distributed to the 24 race teams that qualified for the feature. Thanks to the efforts of Denise Gentzler and Hank’s Performance Products, every driver received a prize package worth at least $1,900 at intermission. Bonus money was also provided to the first two alternates, the hard charger, and hard luck driver of the night.


Manchester’s Austin Hogue claimed the Central PA 358 Sprint Car Point title with his fifth Lincoln win of the year . Hogue started on the pole and led every lap, holding of 2013 track champ Niki Young for his eighth overall win of the season. His final margin of victory was 1.06 seconds.


Third through fifth were Dale Hammaker, Ryan Wilson, and Danny Dietrich (driving the Berwager #85). Rounding out the top ten were Chase Dietz, 14th-starting Chandler Leiby, 24th-starting Kevin Nouse, Mike Bittinger, and Chris Arnold.


Heats for the 358 Sprints were won by Dwight Leppo, Dietz, and Young.

Sep 28, 2013, 22:53

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Abbottstown, PA, 9/21/2013 - Lincoln Speedway has postponed tonight’s Sat., September 21st Annual Kenny Weld Memorial show due to the impending bad weather in the forecast to Saturday, October 12th. The originally scheduled October 12th show has been now moved/added to Sat., October 19th. This will include the Fred Rahmer “Last Call” ceremony. Both the Oct. 12th & 19th shows will carry a raid date the following day!



Saturday, September 28th at 6 PM 

Hank Gentzler Memorial Manufacturers' Appreciation Race

Plus - 358 Sprints (5 x 5 top wing optional) 

Gates open at 4 PM Warm-ups at 5:30 PM   Time Trials at 6 PM

Adults $15     Students (ages 12 -17) $10  Children 6-11 $2  Pit area - $25 

Located just North of Hanover PA off of routes 30, 194 and 94

at 800 Racetrack Road, Abbottstown, Pa 17301

 Phone 717-624-2755



Saturday, October 12th at 6 PM 

Kenny Weld Memorial

40 Lap Feature - $5,000 to WIN!

SpeedWeek Payoff - $5,000 to win  $400 to Start

Plus - Thundercars

Gates open at 4 PM Warm-ups at 5:30 PM   Time Trials at 6 PM

Adults $20     Students (ages 12 -17) $12  Children 6-11 $2  Pit - $30 

Rain date - Sunday October 13th at 6 PM

Located just North of Hanover PA off of routes 30, 194 and 94

at 800 Racetrack Road, Abbottstown, Pa 17301

  Phone 717-624-2755


Saturday, October 19th at 6 PM 

Final Race of 2013

The "Last Call" Fred Rahmer Tribute




Gates open at 4 PM Warm-ups at 5:30 PM  

Adults $15     Students (ages 12 -17) $10  Children 6-11 $2  Pit - $25 

Rain date - Sunday October 20th at 6 PM

Located just North of Hanover PA off of routes 30, 194 and 94

at 800 Racetrack Road, Abbottstown, Pa 17301

  Phone 717-624-2755


Sep 21, 2013, 16:29

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Knaub claims 19th win of the year in “358” late model feature


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 9/14/13 – Frankie Herr left no doubt in the 39th Annual Lawrence Chevrolet Sportsman 100 at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.


Herr came from 15th starting spot to grab the lead from Gregg Foster and become the event’s fourth different leader on lap 64, two laps before the caution came out ending the first segment of the 100-lap event.


From there, Herr ran away from the field, crossing a half-lap ahead of seventh-starting Chad Criswell, who edged 2012 “Sportsman 100” winner Scott Dellinger at the line for the runner-up spot.


“I couldn’t see!” said Herr upon exiting his Fastener Specialties/Victory Construction & Home Improvement/Tyson Fence/Dale Henry #99 in victory lane, “I didn’t have near enough tear-offs there starting in the middle of the pack like that. I thought ‘Man, you know what? If I could get to the front I won’t need these tear-offs.’ So I thought, well…that’s what we’ll do.”


“I want to dedicate this win to my race team…everyone involved, and my crew and my wife,” continued Herr, “They make it possible for me.”


Herr had to start on the eighth row because he was only 17th fastest of the 33 cars in the field and then finished second in one of the two 10-lap qualifiers.


Polesitter Steve Fannasy led the first nine laps before giving way to outside front row starter Mike Enders. Enders then paced the field through three caution periods and then a long non-stop run from laps 27 through 52, when a yellow flag came out for Chad Trout, who stopped on the front stretch.


When the green flag came back out on lap 57, Enders led for two more laps before sixth-starting Gregg Foster took over. At the time, Herr fought for every spot and had advanced to fifth.


Foster’s lead was short lived, with Herr moving into third by lap 61, and then taking the runner-up spot from Enders one lap later.


Just before the break, Herr grabbed the lead from Foster coming off turn four as Foster’s car began sputtering low on fuel. Foster faded to fifth, but was saved by the caution leading up to the 66th-lap yellow.


Criswell took the runner-up spot from Dellinger with two to go. Enders settled for fourth, with Foster holding for fifth. Sixth through tenth were Leroy Martin, Doug Dodson, 19th-starting Rich Eichelberger, Steve Fannasy, and 22nd-starting Steve Wilbur.


“The 100 is the one to win,” said Herr, “The battle’s there all season, but this is the one I definitely wanted to win.”

Herr’s total winnings on the night, including $710.73 in lap money and the $60 hard charger award, was $4,770.73.


Super Sportsman qualifiers were won by Dellinger (in a new 10-lap track record of 2:35.65) and Carman Perigo, Jr., with Mallie Shuster winning the last chance race. Fast time in time trials over the 33-car field was set by Scott Geesey with a new one-lap track record time of 15. 133-seconds (89.209 MPH).



Dover’s Gene Knaub make short work of the field in 20-lap “358” late model feature, catching Kyle Lear (who started on the pole after Kyle Martin on the initial start) on turns three and four of lap four.


Knaub, who started third after the restart, crossed 2.81 seconds ahead of Lear, with Cam Zeigler, Bobby Beard, and Sam Gallagher completing the top five.


Zeigler’s third-place finish, Travis Mease’s seventh place finish, and Grant Adams’ tenth place finish guarantees that the Precise Racing Products/Hoosier Mid-Atlantic Trail-Way/Lincoln point championship will not be decided until the final event at Trail-Way September 28th.


Heats for the 19 “358" Late Models were won by Adams and Gallagher.

Sep 14, 2013, 23:10

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Eric Parker scores PA Sprint Series Racesaver win; different Walls in victory lane in thundercars


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 9/7/13 –Austin Reed won a personal battle and Niki Young won the season long points war in the 25-lap “358” sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.


Reed, who has fought gremlins all season long, started on the pole and led every lap of the main event despite heavy pressure from Jeff Rohrbaugh in a one-lap shootout to the finish.


Rohrbaugh, who started 11th, was unable to make the pass in the final lap, and finished a mere 10 points behind fifth-place finisher Niki Young in the point series. It was Young’s first career track title.


“We’ve been battling motors all year long,” said Reed upon exiting his Save-Right Auto Sales/Reed Painting #34 in victory lane, “Finally we got something to work. The heater coil was coming out of the fuel pump, and we weren’t sure it was going to make it. I saw smoke coming out and they told me to pull in when I saw smoke, but I just couldn’t…especially as fast as we were. We are either fast or we break, but I think we got the monkey off our back now.”


Austin Hogue came from 12th starting spot to cross third, with Tyler Ross and Young completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were 2012 track champ Tim Wagaman, Chris Arnold, Dale Hammaker, Brie Hershey, and Ted Thomas, Jr.


Heats for the 31 “358” Sprints were won by Hogue, Wagaman, and Ross, with Matt Mountz winning the consolation.


Lewistown’s Eric Parker drove under outside front row starter Tyler Reeser on a 17th lap restart and hung on for the win in the 20-lap PA Sprint Series Racesaver 305 sprint car feature.


Reeser settled for second, with George Riden, Brock Bilger, and Alex Schanz crossing third through fifth.

Logan Wagner, Lance Newlin, Ryan Lynn, Mike Wagner II, and Freddie Rahmer completed the top ten.


Heats for the 29 PASS Racesaver 305 Sprints were won by Donnie Hendershot, Reeser, and Parker, with Zack Newlin winning the consolation.


Getteysburg’s Will Walls ended his brother’s 6-race win streak by picking up his 8th career Lincoln Speedway win in the 20-lap Thundercar feature. Walls passed Polesitter Roy Warehime on the sixth lap and then weather all challenges the rest of the way, including a one-lap shoot-out to the checkered.


Outside frontrow starter Brian Diehl finished second, with Jamie Zentmyer third, Jason Townsend fourth and Wayne Dutterer fifth.


Heats for the Thundercars were won by Warehime and Bryan Walls.

Sep 7, 2013, 23:09

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Rahmer cements his Lincoln legacy with 11th career track title;

Matt Campbell follows first career “358” Trail-Way win with first career Lincoln “358” win on successive nights;

Enders edges Eichelberger in super sportsman main; rain results in Lincoln “two month night”


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 8/31/13 – There was nothing wrong with Glenndon Forsythe that a new car couldn’t fix.


Forsythe started fourth, grabbed the lead exiting the first two turns, and drove away from the field to score his second career Lincoln win in the 25-lap “410” sprint car feature on Saturday night. It was Forsythe’s first Lincoln win since June of 2001, and this time came in the Livingston Lawn Care #2W owned by Norm, Penny, and daughter Whitney Wisner of Hanover, the family’s first career win.


The checkered flag fell on the first of three features just a few minutes before midnight, following a two-hour rain delay.


“It was sorta’ one lane…it gets that way when you have a rain delay,” said Forsythe in victory lane, “We sorta’ sucked all year so we started toward the front. I didn’t need a 26th lap, because I was falling out of the seat!”


 “We changed race cars,” added Forsythe, “We wasted three-quarters of a year on another frame, and did everything. We couldn’t make it work and had another one sitting there. I want to thank the Wisner family for sticking with me, and giving me another shot in a different car.”


Jacob Allen started on the outside of the front row and ran second every lap, actually closing on the leader in lapped traffic in the middle stages of the race. But Allen was never able to set up for the pass, and crossed a Lincoln career-best second, followed by tenth-starting Alan Krimes, who passed polesitter Hunter Mackison on the last lap.


Ninth-starting Brian Montieth and 18th starting Danny Dietrich completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were Hunter Mackison (who hit the guardrail after contact with Montieth coming off the final turn), Cory Haas, Jim Siegel, Ryan Smith, and Logan Schuchart, who came from 22nd spot and then came from the back again after being involved in a lap five crash in turn two.


Fred Rahmer finished sixth in his heat and pulled into the pits on the first lap, but earned enough appearance points to lock up an unprecedented 11th track title when he took the green for warm-ups. Rahmer’s 169 career wins at Lincoln came between 1987and last week, and his first track title was in 1994, giving him 11 titles in the past 19 years.


Heats for the 24 “410” Sprints were won by Haas, Adam Wilt, and Forsythe.


One night after claiming his first career “358” sprint car win at Trail-Way Speedway, Fawn Grove’s Matt Campbell drove to his first career Lincoln win. In doing so, the Kennard-Dale sophomore become the third 15-year-old rookie to win a “358” sprint car feature at Lincoln this season.


Campbell started on the outside of the front row and took the high line around turns one and two to take the lead from polesitter Jeff Halligan, another rookie, and was scored the leader of every lap. His final margin of victory was 3.15 seconds over ninth-starting Tyler Ross. Third through fifth were eighth-starting Tim Wagaman, 12th-starting Austin Hogue, and rookie Chase Dietz.


Niki Young’s eighth-place finish and Jeff Rohrbaugh’s ninth-place finish sets up a battle between those two heading into the final points race of the season for the “358”sprint cars next Saturday night. Young will enter the final points race with a slim 25-point lead.


A double-points night for the Central PA “358” point series solidified Austin Hogue’s hold on the season-long series.


Heats for the 30 “358” Sprints were won by Halligan, Dietz, and Cody Fletcher, with Chris Arnold winning the consolation.


Mike Enders took the lead from Rich Eichelberger on lap 18 to claim his first win of the year in the 25-lap super sportsman feature.  A late-race caution gave Eichelberger another chance, and he kept it close, but Enders’ final margin of victory was .91 seconds over the Lobar #8 and Chad Criswell. Fourth and fifth in the division’s final tune-up for the “Lawrence Chevrolet Sportsman 100” in two week (9/14) were Leroy Martin and Scott Dellinger.


Polesitter Jaremi Hansen led the first four laps before outside front row starter Tom Wyckoff took over until lap seven.

Eichelberger took command on lap eight, and led until Enders caught him on lap 18.


Heats for the 33 Super Sportsman won by Dellinger, Criswell, Chris Meleason, and Eichelberger, with Rick Barr winning the consolation.

Aug 31, 2013, 23:59

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Jason Rochelle bests field of 38 in Central PA Legends; Randy Doty wins after flat-tire pit stop


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 8/24/13 – Fred Rahmer says he’s old and tired, but he had no trouble driving to his third win of the year and 169th Lincoln win of his career in the 25-lap Fisher Auto Parts Night “410” sprint car feature Saturday night.


“I wasn’t hitting the lapped cars very good, and…to be quite honest…I’m a watered-down version of a drive that I once was,” said Rahmer upon exiting the Rob Sell-owned JM #20S in victory lane, “It’s pretty incredible to think that this possibly…I hope it isn’t…but could be the last win I ever get here. It’s pretty cool.”


Handicapping place Rahmer seventh for the start. He caught Cory Haas to move into the top five on lap six. By that time, polesitter and leader Tim Glatfelter had a .87-second lead over fellow front-row starter Robbie Kendall at the front.


Rahmer passed Gerard McIntyre, Jr. for fourth on a lap 10 restart following a red flag for a flipping Steve Storrie in turn four, then drove under Brian Montieth for third on lap 12.


In a classic Rahmer move, Fast Freddie drove under both Kendall and Glatfelter in turn two to grab the lead on lap 16. Despite a rapidly-closing Montieth, who caught Glatfelter for second on lap 21, Rahmer all but locked up his 11th point title with the win. Rahmer only needs to take a green flag to claim his 11th track title in his final year of sprint car racing.


“I saw the opportunity coming off of two,” said Rahmer, “I figured ‘that’s gonna be tight,’ but I had to jam it between the lapped cars and those guys, and I was able to get it done. I appreciate all the fans coming up to me. All I wanted to do this year…I wanted to do it with no big fanfare…I just wanted to finish and go away. But I do appreciate everybody coming up. We’ll still be around. Hopefully, next year we’ll be here with my boys, but we’ll see what happens.”


Danny Dietrich came from 10th starting spot to finish third, with 12th-starting Greg Hodnett fourth and 11th-starting Brent Marks fifth. Sixth through tenth were Glatfelter, Kendall, Alan Krimes, Logan Schuchart, and Jim Siegel.


“Unless you’re involved in racing, I don’t think you can understand how much sacrifice you make,” continued Rahmer,    “Obviously, it’s a great way to earn a living, but so many people give up so much so you can do this, and I’m just tired. I don’t have anything left.”


Heats for the 25 “410” Sprints were won by Rahmer, Marks, and Krimes, with Ryan Smith winning the consolation.


Jason Rochelle also came from seventh starting spot to score a win, this one in the 15-lap Central PA Legends feature.

Rochelle broke out of a seven-car battle to take lead from Lucas Montgomery on lap six, and led the rest of the way despite heavy pressure from points leader Bob Stough over the second half of the race.


Stough, Scott Gobrecht (who led the first two laps), Montgomery, and “358” sprint car regular Jeff Rohrbaugh (who came 17th) completed the top five.


Vern Houseman was uninjured in a rate Legends car flip in turns one and two of the original start.


Heats for the 38 Central PA Legends were won by Stough, Rochelle, Montgomery, and Houseman, with Rohrbaugh and Jacob Feltch winning twin consolations.


Randy Doty came from the rear after a pit stop under caution to drive back through the field and win the 20-lap All-American Outlaw feature. Doty dove to the pits with a flat tire during a second-lap caution for Hunter Nester, who sustained damage after spinning while racing Al Daniels for the lead in turns three and four.


Doty returned to the track and took the lead from Justin Cullum by the half-way point. His final margin of victory over Cullum was .53-seconds, with Al Daniels, Scott Jorda, and Todd Paul rounding out the top five.


Heats for the All American Outlaws were won by Daniels and Doty.

Aug 24, 2013, 23:41

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Hogue scores win, weekend “Shootout” title in 358 sprints


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 8/17/13 – Former national sprint car rookie of-the-year Adam Wilt ended a long dry spell by picking up his third career win the Saturday’s 25-lap “410” sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway.


“We’ve been fast here for a while,” said Wilt upon exiting his North York AutoMenders/Creekside Auto Sales/Credit Connection #15 in victory lane, “But I make mistakes. Last week, we had a car to beat and I was racing with the best guys around here and got sucked up in the curb and wheel-packed my right rear. But our team doesn’t give up. I want to thank my parents and crew. We’ve been struggling with these new tires. At the beginning of the year, we looked like a shitbox. We’ve turned it around and this win really means a lot tonight. The season’s not over yet for us.”


Handicapping placed Wilt sixth for the start, but the Wide Open Motorsports #15 was already third by the end of the second lap. After racing wheel-to-wheel with polesitter Ryan Wilson, Wilt moved into the runner-up spot on lap four. He then set his sights on outside front row starter and race-long leader Glenndon Forsythe, who had opened up nearly a second and-a-half lead as he entered lapped traffic on lap 7.


Wilt chased down Forsythe through lapped traffic, and made his race-winning pass with a slider in turns three and four of lap 12. From there, he opened up a sizeable lead, with Cory Haas catching Forsythe for second with six laps to go. At the time, Wilt enjoyed a 4.5-second lead.


Wilt was heading into the final turns when Jacob Allen stopped on the backstretch, bringing out the only caution of the event. That set up a one-lap dash to the checkered, but four lapped cars separated Wilt from the other contenders. He crossed 2.34 seconds ahead of Haas for his first sprint car win anywhere since last year’s “Icebreaker” opener on February 25th of last year.


Eleventh-starting Danny Dietrich, points leader Fred Rahmer, and 12th-starting Brian Montieth completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were Jim Siegel, Alan Krimes, Wilson, Forsythe, and Billy Dietrich.


Heats for the 25 “410” Sprints on hand were won by Rahmer, Krimes, and Wilt.


Central PA “358” point series leader Austin Hogue started on the pole and led every lap of the 20-lap “358” sprint car feature, claiming the weekend Trail-Way/Lincoln “Shootout” title in the process.


Hogue’s third-place finish at Trail-Way Friday night combined with the Lincoln win tied Rohrbaugh’s Friday night Trail-Way win and third-place Lincoln finish for the best two-night combined finish. But the tie-breaker was the best Lincoln finish, with Hogue picking up the $500 “Shootout” bonus.


Points leader Niki Young started seventh and finished second, followed by Rohrbaugh, Chase Dietz, and 11th-starting Tyler Ross. Sixth through tenth were Tim Wagaman, Austin Reed, Duane Watson, Doug Hammaker, and Dale Hammaker.


Third in the two-night “Shootout” was Mike Bittinger, with Brian Eichelberger and Tim Wagaman rounding out the “Shootout” top five.


Heats for the 32 “358” Sprints on hand were won by Dietz, Young, Dale Hammaker, and Hogue, with Matt Campbell winning the consolation.

Aug 17, 2013, 23:02

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Nouse invades, comes from 11th to take “358” sprint feature; Six straight for Brian Walls in thundercars


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 8/10/13 –Brian Montieth took advantage of a late-race restart to claim his fifth Lincoln win of the year in the special 33-lap Second Annual Brandon Little Memorial/Fallen Firefighters Night feature on Saturday.


And thanks to sponsorship support from Fire & Rescue Products, AMKUS Rescue Systems, and numerous supporting co-sponsors, Montieth’s payday was a cool $5,000.


Handicapping placed Montieth ninth for the start. After an opening-lap red flag for a flipping Gerard McIntyre, Jr., who was actually able to make repairs and return to the field, the first 20 laps went non-stop.


“The Edge” caught polesitter John Rudisill to move into the top five on lap three, but by that time, outside front row starter Tim Glatfelter had driven away to a 2.31-second lead over the rest of the field. Montieth passed Kyle Moody for fourth as the leaders entered lapped traffic on lap seven, and then moved past Steve Owings into third on lap nine. Montieth raced several laps with Adam Wilt before moving into second on lap 18.


A 21st-lap red flag for Ryan Wilson, who tipped onto his side in turn two, put Montieth on Glatfelter’s back bumper for the restart.


“We sorta’ got lucky there at the yellow,” said Montieth upon exiting his Premier Auto Works/Auto Locator/Golf Cart Services #21 in victory lane, “I wasn’t sure if I was gonna be able to get by Tim. He was being really consistent there in hitting his marks. I figured all I could do was push him and get him to mess up a little bit.”


Glatfelter didn’t mess up, but Montieth pulled a slider on the Finish Line Auto Sales #69 in turns three and four to make the race-winning pass.


Points leader Fred Rahmer, who started tenth, caught Glatfelter for second on lap 25, and 11th-starting Alan Krimes took third from Glatfelter one lap later. Those three ran first through the third the rest of the way, with 12th-starting Jim Siegel moving into fourth on lap 28. Cory Haas, who started 14th, made a late-race pass to finish fifth, with Glatfelter, Owings, Glenndon Forsythe, Moody, and McIntyre (who came from the back) finishing sixth through tenth.


“I could see Fred was coming there on the bottom,” said Montieth of his plan after taking the lead, “and I just wanted to get to traffic as fast as I could to try and bottle-neck everything up.”


Heats for the 25 “410” Sprints on hand were won by Rahmer, Owings, and Krimes, with Jordon Mackison winning the consolation.


Williams Grove points leader Kevin Nouse made a rare Lincoln appearance, and came from 11th-starting spot to claim his second career Lincoln win in the 20-lap, $1,333-to-win 358 sprint car feature.


Nouse moved advanced to the top five at the half-way point and caught Chase Dietz for fourth on lap 11. He drove around Isaac Sneeringer for third on lap 13, and then stayed on the cushion to drive around Jeff Rohrbaugh for second during a wild three-car battle following a 16th-lap restart. One lap later, Nouse drove around polesitter and race-long leader Nathan Berwager to make the race-winning pass.


Rohrbaugh took second from Berwager on lap 18, with Berwager settling for third, Niki Young coming from eighth starting spot to finish fourth, and Dietz crossing fifth. Sixth through tenth were Austin Hogue, Tyler Ross, Sneeringer, Brie Hershey, and Ryan Wilson.


Heats for the 31 “358” Sprints on hand were won by Ross, Young, and Sneeringer, with Duane Watson taking his first-ever sprint car checkered flag in winning the consolation.


Gettysburg’s Brian Walls kept his winning streak alive, barely, by passing race-long leader Jimmy Combs in the final turns to the checkered to register his sixth win in-a-row in the $600-to-win 20-lap Thundercar feature.


Combs, who ended up starting on the pole after a couple opening lap incident, grabbed the lead and led the way comfortably through the first half of the race. But Brian Walls was steadily working his way through the field and was closing on the race-leader when Wayne Dutterer slowed in the final turns to the checkered, setting up a final one-lap dash to the checkered.


Combs tried taking away the bottom groove on the final turns, but Walls drove to the outside and made his race-winning pass coming off the final turn to the checkered to score his sixth win in-a-row, the seventh of the year, and the 17th of his career, tying him with Mike Zeigler, Sr. for 12th on the All-time Thundercar win list.


Jason Townsend finished third, Will Walls fourth, and Todd Miller fifth. Finishing all 20-laps were Mikey Guise in sixth, Joe Racine seventh, and Aaron Beard eighth.


Heats were won by Brian Walls and Danny Beard.

Aug 10, 2013, 11:36

NEWS : Results Archive : 2013 Results


Sprint car driving legend Kramer Williamson of Palmyra, PA  died as a result of serious injuries sustained in a sprint car racing accident  Saturday night at the Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, PA.   During the running of the first URC 360 sprint car heat race, Williamson took a series of  flips in turn two. Williamson was air-lifted to the trauma center of the York Hospital  where he did undergo surgery.

Williamson was listed in critical condition through the night and died  at approximately  5:30 PM on Sunday evening of complications.

Kramer Williamson was a well decorated sprint car driver who pretty much did it all.   Even more of a credit to Kramer, he did it his way.  Williamson was a popular driver among the fans and his competitors as well,  and will be remembered driving his "Pink Panther" #73 sprint car.  In the sprint car circuit, he was just known as Kramer.

His long list of accomplishments include numerous  410 sprint car wins,  many  Central Pennsylvania sprint car championships including the historic Williams Grove Speedway.   Williamson was a winner of the prestigious  Williams Grove National Open as well as adding his name to the  nationally known World of Outlaws career winners list.  In 2008, he was inducted into the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame as well as the United Racing Company Hall of Fame.

In most recent years, Kramer Williamson competed with the United Racing Company 360 sprint series  where he owns  sixty-seven career wins and  three URC  championships.   His last URC win came at the Delaware International Speedway on April 30, 2011.

Kramer is survived by his wife Sharon, son Kurt, daughter Felecia, and brother George.

"URC lost the most popular driver and accomplished driver in our storied history, " comments John Zimmerman  who co-owns the United Racing Company with his wife Cher and special events promoter Bob Miller.      "We are so saddened by the loss of an unforgettable member of our URC Family, "Cher Zimmerman adds. "Kramer was the sweetest and funniest driver I have ever known in racing. He
made racing a family affair and simply adored his wife and children. I know the national racing community will join us in remembering Kramer and sending prayers to his family at this very difficult moment."

"Kramer had such a love for this sport that included his competitors and race fans.   He was an intense driver that  always found a win to bring some humor into any  situation, it was just who Kramer was".     Bob Miller continued to say,  "Kramer  will be sadly missed and our sympathy goes out to his family, our  thoughts are prayers are with you".

Aug 4, 2013, 18:58

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