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410 Sprints & 358 Sprints
Trail-Way/Lincoln Speedway 358 Sprint Shootout
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Sat., September 27, 2014 (Time Trials @ 6:30 PM)
“THE DIRT CLASSIC PRESENTED BY KASEY KAHNE”
410 Sprints ($20,000 to win)

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Sat., October 4, 2014
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Sat., Oct 11, 2014 (6 PM)
FINAL RACE OF SEASON (Rain date Sunday, 10/12)
410 Sprints, 358 Sprints & Central PA Legends
Rain date for Gentzler Memorial
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THE DIRT CLASSIC PRESENTED BY KASEY KAHNE
Date: Saturday, Sept. 27
Track: Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa.
Prize: $20,000-to-win
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Sunday, June 8, at Bedford Speedway in Bedford, PA (Rained out, TBD)

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THE EVENT:
NASCAR star Kasey Kahne has enjoyed racing success in Central Pennsylvania as a fan, driver, car owner and promoter. With his roots in winged sprint car racing and a respect for the passion of the PA Posse faithful, Kahne has created The Dirt Classic Presented by Kasey Kahne. The first annual event will feature two $5,000-to-win qualifying races – Sunday, June 1, at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex in Markleysburg, Pa. and Sunday, June 8, at Bedford Speedway in Bedford, PA – before the $20,000-to-win spectacle at Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa., on Saturday, Sept. 27. For more information about the event, visit http://www.DirtClassic.com.

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NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results Last Updated: Sep 14th, 2014 - 18:53:36

NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results
SHAFFER WINS LINCOLN’S WORLD ENERGY SYSTEMS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
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Brian Walker claims first-ever PSS 305 sprint car feature win; Slaybaugh takes thundercar thriller

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA , 8/7/10 - There were only two caution flags in Saturday’s World Energy Systems World Championship for 358 Sprint Cars.

But the second and final one had everything to do with the outcome of the race.

And in the end, it was Hallam’s Adrian Shaffer taking advantage of Dale Hammaker’s horrible luck and pulling into victory lane to accept the $5,500 top prize.

The night didn’t start well for Shaffer, who missed his turn in time trials and was forced to start seventh in his qualifying event. He advanced to a qualifying spot in his heat, and by virtue of his fastest time in his heat group, was one of the ten drivers to redraw for starting spots at the front of the World Championship field.

Shaffer drew a #5 pill for the start, and actually went backwards in the early going, scored sixth as late as lap 13. He moved back into the top five by passing Brad McClelland on lap 14.

And that’s about the time that things started getting crazy.

Lincoln points leader and polesitter Dale Hammaker dominated the early stages of the race until hitting lapped traffic at the same time Shaffer was moving into fifth. Fourth-starting Jeff Rohrbaugh, driving Mike Bittinger’s #12, moved past front row starter Nate Snyder on lap five and began closing on Hammaker when the leader reached the lapped traffic. Hammaker’s 3.44-second lead on lap nine dwindled to .53 seconds on lap 15. For the next five laps, Hammaker and Rohrbaugh raced side-by-side behind lapped traffic.

That’s when disaster struck for Hammaker, whose steering wheel fell off. The veteran driver known as "the Godfather" of the 358 sprints controlled his spin on the backstretch, but handed the lead to Rohrbaugh. It was the second time in two years (including last year at Trail-Way) that Hammaker lost a steering wheel while leading. Hammaker put the steering wheel back on the car and rejoined the field. We was 20th at the finish.

But Rohrbaugh’s luck wasn’t much better. Although was the new leader, he had a right rear tire going flat, and could only keep the lead for two laps.

Shaffer dove under Rohrbaugh in the first and second turns of lap 22 and took off like he was shot out of a cannon to grab the race lead.

Over the final laps, Shaffer continued to pull away and took the checkered by a huge 5.36-seconds over Selinsgrove invader Nate Snyder.


Aug 7, 2010, 11:59

NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results
World Energy Systems World Championship for 358 Sprint Cars
Saturday, August 7, 2010
30-Lap Feature Payoff

Finishing
Position

Normal
Payoff

World Championship
Payoff

Contingency prizes

1st

$1,000

$5,500

+ 6-foot trophy from World Energy Systems

2nd

$600

$1,500

+ set of aluminum hubs from Keizer Wheels

3rd

$405

$600

+ front wheel from Keizer Wheels

4th

$320

$400

+ right rear tire from HTMA

5th

$280

$325

+ $250 shock certificate from VRP Shocks

6th

$255

$285

+ set of aluminum hubs from Keizer Wheels

7th

$245

$275

+ front wheel from Keizer Wheels

8th

$220

$250

+ right rear tire from HTMA

9th

$210

$240

+ rear Hoosier tire from Miller’s Racing Parts

10th

$200

$230

+ $250 shock certificate from VRP Shocks

11th

$175

$215

+ front Hoosier tire from Miller’s Racing Parts

12th

$165

$205

+ right rear tire from HTMA

13th

$160

$195

+ $200 off a set of wings from Wings Unlimited

14th

$155

$185

+ $200 off a set of wings from Wings Unlimited

15th

$150

$180

+ $250 shock certificate from VRP Shocks

16th

$145

$165

+ right rear tire from HTMA

17th

$140

$155

Travis Racing Engines will give engine refresh certificates to two of the finishers between 17th & 25th
(Pre-determined…TBA after the race)

Certificates:

     * $1,000 off refresh from Travis
     * $500 off refresh from Travis

18th

$130

$150

19th

$125

$150

20th

$125

$150

21st

$120

$145

22nd

$120

$145

23rd

$120

$140

24th

$120

$140

25th

 

$140

Promoters option - no points

TOTAL

$5,685

$12,065

Purse structure facts:
• Extra $4,000 to purse from World Energy Systems (all in winner’s share)
• Extra $2,380 to purse from Lincoln Speedway ($500 to 1st & 2nd, another $1,380 through rest of the field)
• Total ”World Championship” purse of $12,065

Contingency prizes:
• Livingston’s Lawn Care will sponsor a $100 “Fast Time” award & $100 “Hard Charger” award
• Keizer Aluminum Wheels will give a set of aluminum hubs to the 2nd and 6th place finishers & a front wheel to the 3rd and 7th place finishers
• Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic will give a right rear tire to the 4th, 8th, 12th, and 16th place finishers
• Miller’s Racing Parts will give a rear tire to the 9th place finisher & front tire to the 11th place finisher
• VRP Shocks is giving $250 certificates to the 5th, 10th, and 15th place finishers
• Wings Unlimited is giving $200 certificates to the 13th and 14th place finishers
• Hank’s Performance Products will award a $500 “Hank’s Perfect Performance Award” to any driver who can set fast time, win his/her qualifying event, and win the “World Championship” feature event

Additional facts:
Race will also be night #2 of Trail-Way/Lincoln 358 Sprint Car “Shootout,” sponsored by Insinger Performance, Pancho’s Racing Products, Travis Racing Engines, Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic, and Trail-Way and Lincoln Speedways. Bonus money to be issued to the ten race teams with the best two-night combined finishes at the two tracks
Tow money will be $30.00


Aug 4, 2010, 09:17

NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results
DEWEASE COMES ON LATE FOR LINCOLN STERNER MEMORIAL WIN
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Chris Arnold wins career first 358 Sprint feature; Sam Gallagher wins second in thundercars

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA , 7/31/10 - Lance Dewease continued his summer surge Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway. Dewease came on strong during the late stages of the 30-lap Weldon Sterner Memorial, using a lap 24 restart to his advantage and then drove to his 34th career win in the Pigeon Hills.

Dewease, of Fayetteville has had a great two weeks of racing with two World of Outlaws wins and now capturing the $4,000 top prize for his first career Sterner Memorial win.

"Weldon Sterner changed the layout of this track and was a long time car owner as well, and that shows his love for the sport," said the Fayetteville driver. "It’s a privilege to win a race in his honor."

Dewease lined up sixth in the 24-car field as front row starter Alan Krimes drove off from the field during the early laps.

Krimes’ big lead was wiped out on lap 11 when Michael Carber brought out a caution.

Krimes once again drove off from the field following the restart as Dewease ran a distant second as they worked their way through heavy traffic.

Doug Dodson flipped on the 20th lap and collected Cory Haas to bring out a red flag.

Krimes once again maintained the lead on the restart but this time Dewease stayed with the young Denver driver until a lap 24 yellow for two-time defending track champion Brian Montieth, who spun in turn two.

On the restart, Dewease got a good run on Krimes and slid up in front of him exiting the second corner to grab the top spot as Daryn Pittman followed him into the runner-up spot.

"Alan’s been really good this year and we’ve been pretty good here lately too," said the winner. "We didn’t get a good start and with Alan off the front row and all the lapped cars, we just had to be patient and wait for the race track to come to us. We made some changes under that red flag and it just came to life. I couldn’t have asked for a better race car."

Despite a lap 27 yellow for Danny Dietrich, whose top five run came to an end when he stopped in turn two, Dewease went unchallenged to the win, his second win of the season.

"We’ve been really good the last two weeks and I finally got that first win I’ve wanted to Lernerville and then what can you say about last Friday at Williams Grove," he said. "We love to beat those guys (World of Outlaws). My guys just have this car working real good right now."

Pittman, Krimes, Brent Marks, who started 13th, Adam Wilt, Fred Rahmer, Brian Leppo, 17th starting Johnny Mackison, Jr., Aaron Ott and Jim Siegel completed the top 10 finishers.

Heats for the 31 "410" Sprints were won by Aaron Ott, Johnny Mackison, Jr., Keith Kauffman and Kyle Pruitt. Bill Stine won the consolation.

Jim Siegel paced time trials with a lap of 13.438 seconds, earning a $300 bonus.

Dillsburg driver Chris Arnold gave himself a great 26th birthday gift by winning his first career 20-lap 358 Sprint car feature.


Jul 31, 2010, 23:06

NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results
THUNDERSTORMS WIPE OUT PREMIER AUTO WORKS/AUTO LOCATOR NIGHT AT LINCOLN SPEEDWAY

A strong line of mid-afternoon thunderstorms that included tornado watches and a tornado warning as close as northern York County forced promoters to cancel Sunday's Premier Auto Works/Auto Locator Night at Lincoln Speedway.

With a thunderstorm warning in effect 8:00 p.m., promoters Bob and Don Leiby and Alan Kretizer decided to cancel the show. The fact that it was a Sunday show also factored into the decision.

The program was to feature the 410 sprints cars, thundercars, and SpeedSTRs. Promoters will meet with Premier Auto Works before announcing a new date for that sponsored night. They will also look at other potential dates to host the SpeedSTRs.

Next Saturday night, July 31st, at 7:30 PM, Lincoln Speedway run the postponed 7th Annual Weldon Sterner Memorial featuring the Lawrence Chevrolet 410 Sprints,. The Keizer Aluminum Wheels 358 Sprints and Thundercars will round out the evening’s racing action. Gates will open at 5:30 PM.

To get all the latest news, results, schedule changes and rule changes, visit Lincoln Speedway's website at http://www.lincolnspeedway.com to stay up-to-date on all the action or pending weather conditions at Central Pennsylvania's "Premier" Saturday night race track - The Fabulous Lincoln Speedway.


Jul 25, 2010, 16:33

NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results
ESH BACK IN VICTORY LANE AFTER THRILLING “410" SPRINT CAR MAIN AT LINCOLN
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Mark Bitner wins first of the year in URC Feature

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA , 7/17/2010 - Put Doug Esh and Brian Montieth together racing for the lead. Add in Jimmy Siegel and Danny Dietrich and what do you get? The best race of the year!

Those four sprint stars had fans on their feet for the last five laps of a 25-lap feature that by all accounts was the best Central Pennsylvania sprint car race of 2010.

Esh, piloting the Pancho Racing Products #93 that he first climbed into during Pennsylvania Speedweek, started sixth , faded in the early going, then charged back the front for his first 410 sprint car win of the year.

Dietrich got by Montieth on a last-lap restart to cross second a mere .398 seconds behind Esh, who scored his 23rd career Lincoln win, moving his alongside Stevie Smith for 11th on the all-time Lincoln win list.

"Dietrich has been really tough lately,...he’s got my old mechanic (Dennis Kohler), and I know how he can get a car screwed down," said Esh after climbing down from his famous wing dance in victory lane, "Jimmy (Siegel) got out ahead there at the beginning, but I felt like I was running him down. He had his wing the whole way back 10 laps in, and I hadn’t even started mine yet, so I figured he was in trouble. Dietrich and him made a move down there in turns three and four, and I was able to get up beside them...I think I puckered up a little bit going down into one. But that’s the way you have to race if you want to race up front."

Esh was running seventh when the red flag came out for Cory Haas (who was uninjured) on lap three. He got around Bobby Howard and Randy Baughman to move into fifth on the restart, passed Dietrich for fourth on lap six, and caught polesitter Bill Stine on lap seven for third.

A near-spin by race leader Doug Dodson on lap nine allowed Jim Siegel to grab the lead exiting turn four of lap nine. Esh took the runner-up spot from Dodson just before a caution flew on lap 12 for a stopped Bob Howard on the backstretch.

Esh than chased Siegel for the next seven laps before Dietrich took second away from Esh on lap 19. Esh returned the favor on lap 21 as the #21 of 11t-starting Brian Montieth was entering the fray.

All of a sudden, it was a four-car battle for the lead.

Montieth flexed his muscles and got around Deitrich into second on lap 23, and was all over Esh when the final caution of the race came out for Siegel, who spun but kept going in turn two.

Esh took no prisoners on the restart, with Dietrich getting by Montieth off the final turn for second.

"Watch Brian Montieth, he’s just a bad-assed racer and he don’t care," quipped Esh, "His owner doesn’t care if he tears it up, as long as he puts on a good show."

"I’ve talked with a lot of the other good drivers," said Esh on his up and downs over the past year. "Times like I’ve had over the last year and a half, being spotty and not always real consistent...it shows you what you are made of and shows how big your shoulders are. It just feels good to be back on top!"

Coming on to finish fourth was 12th-starting Alan Krimes, with Mark Smith completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were Aaron Ott, Dodson, 22nd-starting Brent Marks, 14th-starting Adam Wilt, and 23rd-starting Brad McClelland.


Jul 17, 2010, 23:13

NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results
ALAN KRIMES 12TH WINNER IN 15 RACES IN LINCOLN “410" SPRINTS
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Logan Schuchart scores popular first career Lincoln win in "358" sprints;
Shank celebrates 20th birthday with thundercar win

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA , 7/10/2010 - Alan Krimes coaxed a "worn out" motor to the finish in making short work of a strong field to claim his first Lincoln win of the year in the 25-lap "410" sprint car feature Saturday night.

The Denver driver started sixth after front row starter John Rudisill spun and stacked up four other cars in turn three of the first lap, advanced to third by the end of the second lap, caught Derek Sell for second on lap three, and took the lead from polesitter and race-long leader Ed Aikin in turns three and four of lap six.

After that, there was no catching Krimes, whose final margin of victory over runner-up Brian Leppo was 2.4 seconds.

"It’s been a while since I’ve been here, I almost forgot how to get here!" said Krimes upon exiting his Conestoga Valley Garage/Krimes Racing Engines No.87 in victory lane, "It feels good to be back...we were fast in the heat, and they finally didn’t water the top for one of these races, and I think that helped us a little bit because I like to run the bottom."

"I got a real good start in the feature and got up to second or third and then once I got out in front I was just trying to run as smooth as I could," Krimes continued. "I wasn’t going to go off the bottom unless I heard somebody and we held on."

"This motor has got to be worn out," said Krimes, "I believe it’s on its 19th race, and it’s been due for a rebuild for about eight races...when you’re out front there you’re just waiting for something to break when you count the number of laps on this motor. But it held together."

Though it was Krimes’ seventh career Lincoln win, it was his first in the Pigeon Hills since August 30, 2008. He became the 12th different winner in 15 races so far this year.

Leppo’s impressive second-place run came from seventh starting spot, with Lance Dewease coming from his original 10th starting spot for third, points leader Brian Montieth (who started 11th) crossing fourth, and Mark Smith fifth. Completing the top ten were 19th-starting Doug Esh (in the Pancho’s Racing Products #93), Brent marks, 21st-starting Danny Dietrich, 20th-starting Fred Rahmer, and Adam Wilt.

Esh, Dietrich, and Rahmer all qualified through the consolation event. Rahmer was leading his heat when a front axle broke in turn four.


Jul 10, 2010, 23:38

NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results
WORLD ENERGY SYSTEMS, LINCOLN SPEEDWAY ANNOUNCE BIGGEST-PAYING LINCOLN 358 SPRINT CAR SHOW EVER

"World Energy Systems World Championship for 358 Sprints" to pay winner $5,500 on August 7th

Austin Reed in the World Enrgy Systems #34 Sprinter
ABBOTTSTOWN, PA – With space-age technology intended to help homeowners reduce energy bills, increase energy efficiency, and live more comfortably, World Energy Systems thinks big.

And its latest idea is simply out of this world.

World Energy Systems and Lincoln Speedway have teamed up to announce the biggest 358 sprint car show in Lincoln Speedway history.

The inaugural 30-lap "World Energy Systems World Championship for 358 Sprint Cars" to be run on Saturday, August 7, 2010, will offer a $5,500 increase over the normal Lincoln purse and pay $5,500 to the winner.

The number "55" is an important part of the World Energy Systems message, representing the percentage of energy savings homeowners can expect in electric and gas bills.

World Energy Systems is introducing radiant reflector technology developed by NASA over 40 years ago to protect astronauts in the Apollo program from temperatures that ranged from 250̊F to -460̊F. This reflective insulation has been applied to every spacecraft since then, including unmanned spacecraft with delicate instruments that need protection from extreme temperatures.

And it’s the same technology World Energy Systems uses in consumers’ homes today, reducing heat transfer from attic to living spaces, extending the life of air conditioning units, and retaining heat generated indoors during winter months. World Energy Systems also offers garage door insulation kits, water heater insulation, Earth Massage showerheads, and EvoLUX LED light bulbs.

With the previously-scheduled Lincoln 358 sprint car championship slated to pay $1,500-to-win, World Energy Systems has provided an extra $4,000 to the winner, making the winner’s share the highest ever paid in the 358 sprint car division at Lincoln.

"We’re very excited to become title sponsor of what we hope becomes a major annual event for the 358 sprint cars," said Scott Fernbaugh, marketing manager for World Energy Systems, which has its home office in Greencastle, PA, "We hope the night will showcase the car we sponsor (the #34 car of Austin Reed), and the many cost-cutting solutions we offer for home energy needs in an environmentally friendly manner."

The "World Energy Systems World Championship for 358 Sprints" will begin with time trials at 7:30 p.m. Thundercars and 305 sprints are also on the card. Gates for the show open at 5:30 p.m. The "World Energy Systems World Championship for 358 Sprints" carries a September 11th rain date.


Jul 6, 2010, 21:28

NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results
LINCOLN SPEEDWAY START TIMES MOVED TO 7:30 PM
Dry conditions prompt moving 7 PM start times to 7:30 for remainder of season

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA , 7/5/2010 - Due to increasingly dry racing conditions, Lincoln Speedway promoters Don and Bob Leiby and Alan Kreitzer, have decided to move all scheduled 7 PM start times through the September 25th Kenny Weld Memorial to 7:30 PM.

That will also move gate opening times from 5 PM to 5:30 PM.

Next Saturday night, July 10th, at 7:30 PM, it will be KIDS NIGHT at Lincoln Speedway with special give-aways for children in attendance. The three-division show will feature the Lawrence Chevrolet 410 Sprints, the Keizer Aluminum Wheels 358 Sprints, and Thundercars. Gates will open at 5:30 PM.


Jul 6, 2010, 09:17

NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results
LINCOLN SPEEDWAY HOSTS ANNUAL KIDS NIGHT NEXT SATURDAY NIGHT
Games, Prizes, Moon Bounce and Autographs to Entertain children

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA - A shout out to all race drivers has been made for them to come out and sign autographs this Saturday night, July 10th for Lincoln Speedway’s Annual Kids Night.

All drivers in attendance are invited to participate in a special autograph session to be held in the infield. Each child will receive a plain white t-shirt for autographs.

The Lawrence Chevrolet 410 Sprints, Keizer Aluminum Wheels 358 Sprints and Thundercars will be in action that night.

Games, prizes and a moon bounce await for all children in attendance which begins at 5:30 PM.

Next Saturday night, July 10th, at 7:30 PM, it will be KIDS NIGHT at Lincoln Speedway with special give-aways for children in attendance. The three-division show will feature the Lawrence Chevrolet 410 Sprints, the Keizer Aluminum Wheels 358 Sprints, and Thundercars. Gates will open at 5:30 PM.

To get all the latest news, results, schedule changes and rule changes, visit Lincoln Speedway's website at http://www.lincolnspeedway.com to stay up-to-date on all the action or pending weather conditions at Central Pennsylvania's "Premier" Saturday night race track - The Fabulous Lincoln Speedway.


Jul 4, 2010, 09:19

NEWS : Results Archive : 2010 Results
GEESEY CLAIMS “ARCH NIGHT” WIN IN LINCOLN 358 SPRINT MAIN
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D.J. Mease scores first career Lincoln win in 358 late models; Ryan Rupp claims first Lincoln super sportsman win

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA , 7/3/2010 - There was no catching Scott Geesey in the 20-lap "358" sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

Geesey started on the pole and led every lap en route to his first win of the season, becoming the seventh different winner in eight 2010 events at the Pigeon Hills oval.

Third-starting Chad Trout was scored second every lap, and pulled alongside the Credit Connection #18 several times. But with a narrow track, Trout was never able to muster up the traction to make the pass.

"I kinda knew that with Chad behind me, he wasn’t going to try anything dumb," said a happy Geesey in victory lane, "If he was leading, he would have know the same thing."

"With the track the way it was, it was just rubber down, and you gotta get to the lead first," continued Geesey, "I’m just happy to win. The other week I thought we were going to win and Stevie (Storrie) beat me out, and he did a real good job. Chad a heck of a racer and all-around great guy at the race track and away from the race track. It’s great to beat him, but it wouldn’t have bothered me to run second to him."

Trout settled for second, with Tim Wagaman, Keith Prutzman, and Logan Schuchart completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were 12th-starting Brook Weibley, Scott Fisher, Eric Tomecek, Billy Johns, and John Barnett.

It was Geesey’s second career Lincoln 358 sprint win, to go along with one 410 win in the Pigeon Hills.

Heats for the 43 "358" Sprints were won by Barnett, Geesey, Jay Galloway, and Wagaman. Twin consolations were won by Adrian Shaffer and Steve Owings.

Harrisburg’s D.J. Mease achieved a life-long goal by claiming his first Lincoln Speedway win in the 20-lap 358 late model feature.

Polesitter Ryan Rupp avoided several multi-car crashes by staying out front and picked up his first-ever Lincoln Speedway win in the 25-lap super sportsman feature.


Jul 3, 2010, 11:59


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