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NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results Last Updated: Dec 16th, 2014 - 13:07:49

NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results
LINCOLN SPEEDWAY CANCELS SATURDAY, AUGUST 27TH RACING PROGRAM

Abbottstown, PA, 8/27/2011 - Lincoln Speedway promoters have canceled Saturday evening's, August 27th, racing program due to rain!


Aug 27, 2011, 14:33

NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results
LEPPO CLAIMS SECOND WIN OF YEAR IN LINCOLN 410 SPRINTS
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Bittinger comes from 17th starting spot to grab first career 358 sprint win

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 8/13/2011 - It was fitting that Brian Leppo was so dominant in claiming his second win of the year at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

Leppo’s seventh career Lincoln win came on Eastern Museum of Motor Racing Convention weekend. And the perfectly prepared race car was put together by none other than Steve Smith, one of the all-time greats in Central Pennsylvania sprint car racing history.

"This car is fast. It’s hard to be perfect, but we got a helluva start tonight and (Rob) Capetta builds a good motor and Mark Smith does the cars. Steve (Smith) and my guys Lee, Smoke, Keith, and Everett work really hard on the car and he’s got it fast," said Leppo upon exiting his Swope’s Salvage and Recycling/H&H General Excavating #71 in victory lane, "He pays attention to the shocks and everybody knows...he led the all-time win list here for a long time and he’s Steve Smith for a reason."

Leppo, who started ninth, wasted no time in getting to the front. He pulled a slider to get under leader Kevin Nouse on a fifth-lap restart, and was nearly four seconds ahead of runner-up Adam Wilt at the finish.

Nouse started fifth and had the lead by the end of the first lap. He paced the field until Leppo drove under him on the lap five restart.

Third through fifth were Nouse, Brad McClelland, and Jim Siegel. Completing the top ten were 15th-starting Danny Dietrich, Cory Haas, Fred Rahmer, Kyle Pruitt, and Brent Marks.

Dietrich’s sixth-place finish helped him close on points leader Brian Montieth, who was involved in a four-car crash in turn one of lap 18. Montieth was able make repairs and return, but then dropped out late and was credited with a 17th-place finish.

Heats for the 28 "410" sprinters were won by McClelland, Leppo, and Derek Sell, with Nick Schlouch, Jr. winning the consolation.

Mike Bittinger, who has two career Lincoln "410" sprint wins, came from 17th starting spot to claim his first-ever Lincoln "358" sprint car feature victory. In doing so, he became the first driver in recent memory to claim wins in both major sprint divisions in the same season.


Aug 20, 2011, 11:59

NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results
BREAKING NEWS - KIDS BIG WHEELS ADDED TO AUGUST 20TH SHOW

Abbottstown, PA, 8/18/2011 - The canceled Kids Wheel races from last Saturday night's August 13th show have been rescheduled for this Saturday, August 20th!


Aug 18, 2011, 15:26

NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results
LINCOLN CANCELS FOR SECOND WEEK IN-A-ROW!

Abbottstown, PA, 8/13/2011 - Lincoln Speedway has been forced to cancel it's Saturday evening, August 13th racing program due to rain for the second week in-a-row!


Aug 13, 2011, 17:46

NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results
BILL STINE CLAIMS FIRST CAREER WIN IN LINCOLN “410" SPRINTS
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Kevin Nagy becomes 13th different winner in 13 races in "358" sprints; Diehl also a first time career winner in thundercars

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 7/30/2011 - Score one for the little guys after the "410" sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

Mechanicsburg’s Bill Stine took the lead from polesitter and race-long leader Derek Sell and then had to hold him off behind lapped traffic to win the first sprint car race of his career.

To call Stine a "low buck" racer is an understatement.

"We do what we can. We can’t run a whole season because we can only afford one re-build a year," said Stine after exiting his Sanderson PowerSports/Unique Images/Baker Door Company/Beer Hill Gang #71X in victory lane, "So we took June off and went down to Florida and Vegas and had some fun. We came back here for July.

Despite losing the lead, Sell never gave up, and crossed less than a car length behind Stine in second. Jim Siegel, Alan Krimes, and Brian Leppo completed the top five, with Cory Haas, Aaron Ott, Brent Marks, Brad McClelland, and Sam Schlosberg rounding out the top ten.

"We come out here a of times and look like rookies," said Stine, "We try different set-ups and tonight we tried something we never tried before and figured we had nothing to lose. I told the guys before we came out that we’d either win it or head to the rear. But it worked out. I want to thank my crew, including Bob Knisely, Scott Garrett, who is formerly Billy Kimmel’s mechanic, and John Jackson. We have some good guys behind us."

Heats for the 24 "410" sprinters were won by Sell, Ott, and Kyle Pruitt.

Kevin Nagy’s crossover move in turn four as the leaders were coming through turn four to take the white flag proved to be the race-winner in the 20-lap "358" sprint car feature.

Nagy became the 13th different winner in 13 races in the division. He started on the outside of the front row and dogged polesitter and race-long leader Chris Arnold before taking the lead on lap 19.

Arnold settled for second, with Tim Berkheimer, lady driver Brie Hershey, and 11th-starting Jeff Rohrbaugh completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were Bill Dietrich, Ted Thomas, Jr., Tim Wagaman, Billy Pauch, Jr. (who came from 1ith starting spot after rolling the Bewley #23B onto its side in his heat), and Isaac Sneeringer.

Rohrbaugh’s fifth combined with Dietrich’s sixth moved Rohrbaugh to within five points of Dietrich for the season-long points series lead heading into next Saturday’s 358 sprint car championship event at Lincoln.

Heats for the 35 "358" sprinters were won by Chad Trout, Thomas, Berkheimer, and Rohrbaugh, with Niki Young coming from 11th starting spot to win the consolation after rolling onto his side in his heat.

Sykesville, Maryland’s Brian Diehl picked up his first career win in the 20-lap thundercar feature. Fourth-starting passed polesitter and race-long leader Al Crammer on the on the third lap and then held off all challengers over a final five-lap dash to the checkered to become the seventh different winner in 14 events in 2011.


Jul 30, 2011, 23:59

NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results
McCLELLAND HOLDS OFF OTT & MONTIETH FOR FIRST CAREER “410" SPRINT CAR WIN
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Schuchart becomes 12th different winner in 12 races in "358" sprints; Gallagher double winner in thundercars

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 7/24/2011 - He’s been a mentor to dozens in the Lincoln pits and was named the 2010 national "410" sprint car rookie of-the-year.

And in Sunday’s special Premier Auto Works/Auto Locator Night in the Pigeon Hills, Brad McClelland held off two of sprint car racing’s hottest drivers to score his first career "410" sprint car win.

"This division is so tough," said McClelland upon exiting his B&D Truck Hoist #6, "When you beat guys like Brian Montieth, you’ve had a good night. I wish (injured driver) Fred Rahmer was here so I could say I beat him, too!"

"I want to thank my family and crew," continued McClelland, "And especially (mechanic) Shawn Norris. That guy really knows race cars, and has been a big help."

Handicapping put McClelland on the inside of row two for the start. For the first three laps, he ran third to front row starters John Barnett and Mike Bittinger. Bittinger grabbed the lead from Barnett on lap four, with McClelland moving into the runner-up spot one lap later. He chased one-time winner Bittinger for the next four laps before making the race-winning pass on lap nine.

Sixth-starting Brent Marks caught Bittinger for second on lap 12, and he ran there until he broke an axle while trying to hold off the challenges of ninth-starting Aaron Ott as the two passed under the flagstand to complete lap 20. Ott assumed second, with 11th-starting Brian Montieth up to third for the restart.

But neither driver could catch McClelland, who became the 11th different winner in 18 races run at Lincoln this year. Ott and Montieth settled for second and third, with Kevin Nouse and tenth-starting Danny Dietrich completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were Jim Siegel, 12th-starting Lance Dewease, Brian Leppo, Alan Krimes, and 21st-starting Sam Schlosberg.

Heats for the 23 "410" sprinters were won by Montieth, Leppo, and Dietrich.

Logan Schuchart became the 12th different winner in as many 2011 Lincoln features in the 20-lap "358" sprint car main. Schuchart, who has now won at four different tracks this year, started sixth and took the lead from polesitter and race-long leader Billy Pauch, Jr. on lap seven. He led the rest of the way, with Pauch holding on for his best-ever sprint car finish in second. Jeff Rohrbaugh, Cris Eash, and Niki Young completed the top five.

Eash’s fourth-place finish, combined with his win at Trail-Way Friday night, was good enough to claim the $500 top prize for the best two-night combined finish in the Trail-Way/Lincoln "358" sprint car "Shootout." Shawn Norris, who was credited with helping McClelland to his 410 sprint car win, also serves as head wrench for the Bruckner family #10W sponsored by West Shore Printing.

Sixth through tenth were Mike Bittinger, Dale Hammaker, Billy Dietrich, Ted Thomas, Jr., and Tim Wagaman.

Heats for the 33 "358" sprinters were won by Wagaman, Schuchart, Hammaker, and Rohrbaugh, with Logan Wagner winning the consolation.

Sam Gallagher was a double-winner in the thundercars, taking the make-up feature which was rained out back on June 4th, and then coming back to claim the regularly-scheduled feature.


Jul 24, 2011, 23:59

NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results
AUGUST 6TH LINCOLN PROGRAM WILL BE A 358 SPRINT CAR CHAMPIONSHIP, BUT NOT A “WORLD” CHAMPIONSHIP
LOSS OF SPONSORSHIP FORCES PROMOTERS TO DOWNGRADE EVENT

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA –Although the August 6th “358” sprint car race at Lincoln Speedway will be a championship event, it won’t be the “World Championship” nor offer the huge winner’s share that the track paid last year and was hoping to offer again in 2011.

So that teams can make plans accordingly, Lincoln Speedway has announced that the loss of sponsorship from World Energy Systems has forced promoters to downgrade the event.

“We are very embarrassed by the whole thing,” said Lincoln Public Relations Director Wayne Harper, who said that several attempts to contact World Energy Systems over the past month have been unsuccessful.

“World Energy Systems committed back in February to sponsoring the event for a second straight year,” said Harper, “But they have not returned repeated calls and emails to set a meeting to organize this year’s race.”

“We feel very bad, but we know that a number of race teams plan their schedule based on the prize money offered, and wanted to get the word out with enough time for all race teams to understand that the August 6th championship event will likely pay $1,500 to win,” said Harper.

“This unfortunate development reminds all of us how very important sponsorship support is to our sport,” continued Harper, “And such sponsorship is constantly secured and lost at all levels of racing.”

Harper said that while World Energy Systems has dropped its sponsorship, Lincoln will continue to actively search for a championship event sponsor, which, if secured, would result in additional prize money for the August 6th show.


Jul 18, 2011, 06:16

NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results
McINTYRE RECOVERS FROM MID-RACE SPIN TO CLAIM LINCOLN “410" SPRINT CAR WIN
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Curt Michael wins first of the year in Rislone URC Sprints; Sam Gallagher races to fourth win of 2011 in Thundercars

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 7/16/2011 - Gerard McIntrye, Jr. tried out a new driving technique in claiming the 25-lap "410" sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

Starter Galen Koller called it "spin and win." It doesn’t work all the time. But it did for McIntyre in the "Pepsi Night" feature.

McIntyre was running second to Kevin Nouse when he looped it completely around in turns one and two of lap 13. And although he nearly collected third-place Brent Marks, both drivers recovered and lost only one spot as Alan Krimes advanced from fourth to second.

"I’m pretty sure I had the car to beat," said McIntyre upon exiting his Rick Weaver Meadowbrook Auto Sales/Meadowbrook Storage Rentals #85 in victory lane, "I don’t know...Kevin kinda’ chopped me a little bit down there. That’s racing. I spun out and thought ‘That’s it.’ But somehow I came out of it still in third. I guess it kinda’ screwed up Brent there. The car basically won the race, I was just sitting in the seat. The car was perfect."

As Krimes battled with Nouse for the lead, McIntyre closed again and caught Krimes for second on lap 21. McIntyre made the race-winning pass with a low-side move on turn four as the leaders were coming down to take the white flag. His final margin of victory was 1.03 seconds over Nouse, who led laps five through 23. Danny Dietrich, who started 12th after winning the previous Lincoln race, came on strong at the end to finish third, with Krimes settling for fourth and Marks (driving his first race as the new driver of the Dietz Builders #14) fifth.

Sixth through tenth were Jim Siegel, Tim Glatfelter, Cory Haas, Adam Wilt, and Doug Esh.

Heats for the 28 "410" sprinters were won by Nouse, Marks, and Frank Cozze, who started on the pole of the feature and led the first four laps. Cozze crossed 14th in the feature. John Barnett won the consolation.

"Thank God for Lincoln!"

They were the first words out of the mouth of seven-time URC champ Curt Michael, who scored his first win of the year in the 25-lap Rislone URC sprint car feature. Although he is second in points to J.J. Grasso and scored his 45th career URC win, bad luck while leading and several second-place finishes had marked Michael’s 2011 season.

A four-car inversion by the fastest time trialers who qualified in their heats put Michael on the outside of row one for the start. He grabbed the lead from polesitter Rory Janney on the opening lap and led the rest of the way in a non-stop 25-lap time of 7:08.557, establishing a track record for that distance.

Janney faded to third and then recovered to pass Dave Ely for second on lap seven and ran there the rest of the way. Ely crossed third, followed by Kevin Nagy and Ed Aikin. Rounding out the top ten were Glenndon Forsythe, Kramer Williamson, Robbie Stillwaggon, JJ Grasso, and Josh Weller.

URC Heat races were won by Grasso, Michael, and Weller. Ed Aikin set fast time in time trails over the 25-car field with a one lap time of 14.837 seconds (90.989 MPH).

Hanover’s Sam Gallagher outraced Jimmy Combs in another thrilling 25-lap thundercar to pick up his fourth win of the year.

Early on it looked as if Jimmy Combs was going to finish the job from the week before when he dropped out with mechanical problems while leading. Combs grabbed the lead from his pole position at the drop of the green and paced the field for the first 14 laps.

Meanwhile Gallagher, who started 10th, was quickly making his way through the field and passed Mike Guise for the runner-up spot at the halfway point.

Gallagher ran high and low looking for away Combs as the laps wound down. Finally coming out of the fourth turn on the 15th lap Combs slipped off the bottom opening the door for Gallagher who slipped under for his racing winning pass.

Gallagher led the rest the of the way to take the checkered .81-seconds ahead for his 20th career Lincoln Speedway win.

Guise held on for third, Roy Warehime, Jr. Fourth, and Todd Miller fifth. Completing the top-10 were Mike Slaybaugh, Duane Watson, Will Walls, Larry Neiderer, and Danny Beard.


Jul 16, 2011, 23:53

NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results
GODOWN LEADS SOUTH TO WIN OVER NORTH IN THE MODIFIED BATTLE OF LINCOLN
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Aaron Ott comes from 12th to win 358/360 MACH 1 Sprint Challenge

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 7/12/2011 - On an historic night in the Pigeon Hills, the race for third became a race for lead, and Grandview regular Ryan Godown drove away to the $5,000 win in the 60-lap Race of Champions Big Block Modified feature at Lincoln Speedway Tuesday night.

And, ironically, the Ringoes, New Jersey racer won with a small block.

"It’s almost like a dream come true," said Godown in victory lane, "We didn’t have these expectations coming tonight. I’m just following in there...I got a little tight in the middle and couldn’t keep pace with Howard and Decker...so I said ‘Well, you know, we gotta keep the right rear on it,’ so I backed off. I figured I’d wait until somebody really pressured me and then I’d get going."

For most of the way, the first Lincoln modified race in 25 years belonged to the north’s Billy Decker, who started on the pole and led every lap as the front-runners drove into heavy lapped traffic on lap 43. Decker was still the leader when he checked up for a lapped car on lap 45 and was rear-ended by second-starting Duane Howard. Howard’s nose lifted Decker’s rear end off the surface and the two locked together, bringing out the caution flag and sending both leaders to rear.

"I saw those guys get in lapped traffic, and that’s what you have to do in lapped traffic," continued Godown, "They didn’t do anything wrong, but that’s when you gotta pass. I’m sitting there waiting and thinking ‘What’s the chance of those two guys getting hooked together?’ Then I saw it happen and I thought ‘This can’t be happening.’"

Godown, who started sixth and claimed third from Billy Pauch, Jr. with what proved to be the winning move on lap 11, assumed the lead for the restart on lap 46, and drove away to a 3.41-second win. Danny Johnson finished second, with Matt Sheppard, Stewart Friesen, and Pat Ward completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were Craig Von Dohren, Jeff Strunk, Jimmy Horton (who came from the rear after an early-race spin), Meme Desantis, and Kevin Hirthler.

"We had a small block in tonight, and we’re on alcohol, so I was sweating during the last cautions...looking at the fuel pressure gauge saying ‘Come on...please stretch it...’" said Godown of the waning laps.

Heats for the 35 modifieds were won by Brett Hearn, Sheppard, Friesen, and Ward, with Bobby Varin winning the consolation.

Super sprint regular Aaron Ott put on a clinic in coming from 12th starting spot to claim the 25-lap MACH 1 Chassis 358/360 Sprint Car Challenge.

Ott chased down front row starter and race-long leader Lance Dewease with a low-side crossover move exiting turn two of the next-to-last lap to score the $3,000 win.

"I was good on the bottom if I carried speed in, and I saw that he just missed it a little bit and I saw he was sliding up," said Ott of the race-winning move, "Lance is a really clean racer and he didn’t come down and chop me. He left an opening, and I went right back up to the top. Then the yellow comes out. God didn’t want us to win tonight, but we did, and I think He was along on the ride."

Dewease settled for second, with Pat Cannon, Logan Schuchart, and polesitter Curt Michael rounding out the top five. Sixth through tenth were Mark Smith, Niki Young, Jason Clauss, Gerard McIntyre, Jr., and Bryn Gohn.


Jul 12, 2011, 23:00

NEWS : Results Archive : 2011 Results
DIETRICH COMES FROM 11TH TO DEFEAT STELLAR “410" SPRINT FIELD AT LINCOLN
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Scott Fisher claims Lincoln career first in "358" sprints; Zentmyer sneaks under Gallagher for thundercar win

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 7/9/2011 - Danny Dietrich became the fifth and final leader just before a 16th lap caution and drove away to his third win of the year in a thrilling 25-lap Kids Night "410" sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

In a race which saw changes in both the top five and on every lap, Dietrich came from 11th starting spot to catch Doug Esh for fifth as the leaders raced through heavy lapped traffic on lap 10. He assumed fourth when second-place Greg Hodnett was collected by a spinning car at the tail end of the lead lap in turn two of lap 14, and followed Jim Siegel past Adam Wilt into third during a multi-car battle for the runner-up spot on lap 15, just before the caution came out for a spinning Kevin Nouse in turns three and four.

What followed was a three-car race for the lead, with Siegel reclaiming the lead for the second time in the race and Dietrich also passing Brent Marks for second on lap 15. One-lap later, Dietrich pulled the slider on Siegel for the race lead as the leaders completed the lap but Aaron Ott spun on turn two. Because half the field wasn’t past the flagstand, the lap didn’t count but the pass did.

Dietrich drove away from the field after that, crossing 2.96 seconds ahead of Siegel, with Marks settling for third, Wilt crossing fourth, and Brian Leppo fifth. Sixth through tenth were Esh, Alan Krimes, 20th-starting Brad McClelland, Cory Has (who came from the back after an early-race spin), and Gerard McIntyre, Jr.

"We caught every break there was," said Dietrich upon exiting the Gary Kauffman-owned Sandoe’s Fruit Market/APM Buildings/Racer’s Used Parts Warehouse #48 in victory lane, "Even when (Dave) Wilson spun up there and collected Greg. He was pretty fast, too. He’s been fast, and it’s obvious, he was running second and we had the breaks go our way."

"I try to stay calm back there, and pick ‘em off and take advantage of it when I can," said Dietrich about his run through the field to the race lead, "This doesn’t get old. We’d like to park it here all the time!"

Polesitter Chad Criswell led the first lap from the pole before turning the lead over the Siegel from laps two through 11. Marks led from laps 12 through 15, with Siegel back in front on lap 15. Dietrich led the rest of the way for his third Lincoln win of the season and sixth of his Lincoln career.

Heats for the 25 "410" sprinters were won by Esh, Chad Criswell, and Wilt, with Sam Schlosberg winning the consolation.


Jul 9, 2011, 11:23


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