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Matt Mountz becomes 12th winner in 13 races in “358” sprints; Mike Slaybaugh wins eighth of career in thundercars


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 8/11/2012 – Add another $4,500 in winnings to Danny Dietrich’s career year in the Pigeon Hills.


Dietrich came from sixth starting spot to drive around Brian Montieth for the race lead in turn four of lap 16, and went on to claim the winner’s share in the Ninth Annual Weldon Sterner Memorial for “410” sprint cars at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.


“I was surprised I caught Brian tonight,” said Dietrich upon exiting his Gary Kauffman-owned Sandoe’s Fruit Market/APM Buildings #48 in victory lane, “I was racing more by gauges than site.  I think we hurt one tonight.”


If Dietrich was experiencing motor problems, it wasn’t apparent.  Dietrich was fourth by the end of the third lap and caught brother Billy for third just before the caution came out for a spin by Dave Wilson and Will Rose in turns one and two of lap six.  The lap didn’t count, but Danny’s pass of Billy did, since both cars were past the flagstand before the caution came out.


Both Dietrichs drove around Adam Wilt for second and third on the sixth-lap restart, and Danny began reeling in Montieth as the leaders reached lapped traffic on lap 13.  Dietrich’s race winning pass came when Montieth moved to the middle groove while dealing with heavy lapped traffic through turns three and four of lap 16.


A half-lap later, disaster struck for Montieth, who made contact with the lapped car of Steve Storrie and hit the outside guardrail on the backstretch of lap 17.  Montieth was done for the night.


Wilt, who had reclaimed third from Billy Dietrich on lap eight, assumed second for the restart, but was unable to mount a serious challenge on Dietrich, who claimed his seventh win of the year and 14th of his Lincoln career.


Brent Marks came from ninth starting spot to catch Billy on lap 29 and finish third, with Dietrich fourth and Alan Krimes fifth.  Completing the top ten were Brad McClelland, 16th starting Kyle Moody, 13th starting Derek Sell, 15th-starting Tim Glatfelter, and Chad Criswell.


Heats for the “410” Sprints were won by Krimes, Marks, and Danny Dietrich, with Randy Baughman winning the consolation.


Fast time in time trails over the 28-car field was set by Billy Dietrich with a one-lap time of 13.447-seconds (100.394 MPH).



Matt Mountz became the 12th different winner in 13 races in the 20-lap “358” sprint car feature, scoring his first career Lincoln win after a victory earlier this season at Williams Grove.


Mountz started third and got by outside front row starter Joey Allen for second at the outset.  But he bobbled and gave up the runner-up spot to Doug Hammaker on lap four.  Mountz finally reclaimed second from Hammaker on a lap 17 restart, and took advantage of a bobble by polesitter and race-long leader Bob Anderson to claim the lead one lap later.


Hammaker caught Anderson on the next-to-last lap to finish second, with 10th-starting Jeff Rohrbaugh and 11th-starting Austin Hogue passing Anderson on the final lap to finish third and fourth. Anderson, seeking his first career win, settled for fifth, with Ryan Wilson, Niki Young, points leader Tim Wagaman, Isaac Sneeringer, and Nathan Berwager rounding out the top ten.


Heats for the 29 “358” Sprinters on hand were won by Wilson, Wagaman, and Rohrbaugh, with Brie Hershey winning the consolation.


New Oxford’s Mike Slaybaugh chased race-long leader Mikey Guise from his seventh starting position and made the pass for the lead entering turn two on lap 16 and then pulled away up the backstretch en route to his first win in two years in the 20-lap thundercar feature.


Slaybaugh took the checkered .50-seconds ahead of Guise for his eighth-career thundercar win.


Fifth-starting Brian Diehl ran in the top-five the entire distance and finished third, with hard-charger Kyle Martin finishing fourth (from 11th), and ninth-starting Danny Beard fifth.


Completing the top-10 were Jimmy Jesmer, Jimmy Combs, Brian Walls, Wayne Dutterer, and Justin Mong.


Heats for the 22 Thundercars were won by Watson, Guise, and Miller.

Aug 11, 2012, 23:59

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Aug 8, 2012, 18:09

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Sat., 8/4/2012 ABBOTTSTOWN, PA - Lincoln Speedway has canceled tonight's, August 4th URC 358/360 SPRINT CAR CHALLENGE, 600cc Micro-Sprint & All-American Outlaw show due to severe storms that swept through the area accompanied by Flash Floods.
Aug 4, 2012, 14:48

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Niki Young first repeat winner in 12 “358” sprint car features; Combs scores first career win in thundercars


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 7/28/2012 – Danny Dietrich found himself the leader when cars running first through third crashed together on lap 20, then held off the challenges of Gerard McIntyre, Jr. to score his sixth Lincoln win of the year in the 25-lap “410” sprint car feature Saturday night.


Handicapping placed Dietrich ninth for the start, and he seemed to be going nowhere as seventh-starting Alan Krimes led laps four through 17 and tenth-starting Brian Montieth drove under Krimes to grab the race lead exiting turn four of lap 18.  


When the first red flag of the race came out for a flipping Steve Storrie in turns three and four of lap 15, Dietrich was still running fifth. He caught McIntyre for fourth on lap 16, and was still running there when disaster struck for the top three.


Robbie Kendall flipped in turn four, and Montieth hit the brakes to avoid the crash.


“I saw Brian get in there, and he checked up hard and the curb just turned him right,” said Dietrich upon exiting the Gary Kauffman-owned Sandoe’s Fruit Market/APM Buildings #48 in victory lane, “I wasn’t sure which way to go, whether he’d get thrown back into traffic or stay up there. It was one of those deals where you gas, brake, gas brake. I didn’t really see Robbie up there either, and we were lucky to be pretty far behind the top three when the crash occurred.”


Montieth collected second-place Krimes and third-place Aaron Ott, handing the lead to Dietrich for the restart.


“We weren’t really that good. We weren’t bad, but we didn’t have a winning car until that happened,” continued Dietrich.


But the race still wasn’t over. McIntyre drove under Dietrich for the lead on the restart, and led the next two laps before Dietrich could recover and reclaim the lead on lap 23.


“I kinda got caught sleeping a little bit,” said Dietrich, “I tried to roll the middle a little bit, and I ain’t no good in the middle here I guess…not that good…but the only way to get around was to get up on the fence tonight. Luckily, it worked out because he stayed on the middle trying to protect the lead, and I just had to get up on the wheel and get on the horses a little bit.”


From there, Dietrich drove to his 13th career Lincoln win, with McIntyre settling for second, 11th-starting Adam Wilt third, Brian Leppo fourth, and Cory Haas fifth. Completing the top ten were Jim Siegel, 16th-starting Brent Marks, 12th-starting Brad McClelland, 22nd-starting Johnny Mackison, Jr., and Ryan Bohlke.


Heats for the 24 “410” Sprints on hand were won by Ott, McClelland, and Siegel .


Niki Young became the first repeat winner of the year in the 20-lap “358” sprint car feature. Young started ninth and grabbed the lead from third-starting and race-long leader Matt Boland in heavy lapped traffic as the two entered turn three of lap 18. From there, Young drove away to a 1.14-second win, with Boland crossing second, Matt Mountz third, Jeff Rohrbaugh fourth (in the Shane Smith #00), and Tyler Ross fifth.


Sixth through tenth were Isaac Sneeringer, Nathan Berwager, Austin Hogue (who came from the rear after a second lap crash), Mike Bittinger, and 20th-starting Ryan Wilson.


Heats for the 33 “358” Sprinters on hand were won by Boland, Young, and Berwager, with Tim Glatfelter winning the consolation event in the Stallings #59T.


Aberdeen Maryland’s Jimmy Combs ended seven years of frustration and near wins by finally picking up his first career win in the 20-lap thundercar feature.


Fourth-starting Combs raced side-by-side with outside frontrow starter and race-long leader Jamie Zentmyer from laps three through five before making his outside line stick and made his race-winning pass on lap six. From there Combs held off all challenges by Zentmyer the rest of the way to take the checkered 1.76-seconds ahead of Zentmyer for his inaugural win.


Polesitter Mikey Guise finished third, point-leader and hard-charger Duane Watson fourth and Brian Diehl fifth. Completing the top-10 were Mike Slaybaugh, Kyle Martin, Justin Mong, Justin Bittle, and John Stoll, Jr.


Heats for the 19 Thundercars were won by Mikey Guise and Brian Diehl.

Jul 28, 2012, 23:56

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Thunderstorm hits in third “410” sprint car heat


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 7/19/2012 – Lincoln was lining up the field for its third of three “410” sprint car heats when the rains came on Thursday night, forcing promoters to cancel the remainder of the Premier Auto Works/Auto Locator Sprint Car Spectacular for the benefit of the Eastern Museum of Motor Racing.


To try and save time with the storm approaching, Lincoln timed the “410” sprinters during warm-ups and inverted the top four from each of the seeded heat groups for the qualifiers. The “358” sprints drew for starting spots and had completed their qualifying events, with Mark Smith, Dale Hammaker, and Tim Wagaman picking up the wins.


But the final heat for the “410” sprints and the consolation event for the 28 “358” sprints were still to be run when the rains came.


Heats for the 22 “410” Sprints on hand were won by the Stevie Smith and Cory Haas before the heavy lightning was joined by the rain, washing out the remainder of the evening.


Track promoters will meet with Premier Autoworks to set a new date for the Sprint Car Spectacular, and rain checks from the event will be honored for the next three Lincoln shows, the next of which will be Pepsi Night featuring the “410” sprints, “358” sprints, and thundercars on Saturday, July 28th.


Lincoln will be dark this coming Saturday, as Williams Grove hosts the World of Outlaws in the second night of its annual Summer Nationals.

Jul 19, 2012, 21:11

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Austin Hogue pilots BAPS car to first career win in 358 sprints; Watson wins third of the year in thundercars


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 7/14/2012 – He’s been a mentor to many in the open wheel ranks, and the teaching moments continued in the 410 sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.


Brad McClelland led two other former micro-sprint drivers to the checkered flag in scoring his second career Lincoln win on BAPS Auto Paints & Supply Night in the Pigeon Hills.


“Some of the other guys bellyache about the roughness, but this big guy likes it,” said McClelland upon exiting his B&D Truck Hoist/SCC Trucking #6 in victory lane, “I was actually surprised the track was this heavy. This humidity brings it back out.”


“Those guys (Kendall and Glatfelter) are young, and want it just as bad as anybody else,” continued McClelland, “Kendall’s coming around here. He’s one of the gassers, and I’m starting to grow out of the stage, but there hard to pass and track position was important tonight.”


McClelland started fourth and was still in third chasing polesitter Robbie Kendall and Tim Glatfelter when a red flag came out on lap 11 for fourth-place Aaron Ott, who slammed into the outside guardrail trying to avoid a spinning Hunter Mackison.


McClelland caught Glatfelter on the restart, and was second when the red came out a lap later for points leader Danny Dietrich, who flipped onto his side in turn four of lap 12. He then passed Kendall for the lead on lap 13, just before the final red of the event came out for Brian Leppo and Alan Krimes, who got together and flipped simultaneously in turn two of lap 14.


“Robbie was taking the starts there real slow, and my guys were saying that the starts are where you gotta’ get him here,” said McClelland, “ We put a log of gear in the car tonight so we go on the starts like that. That helped, and once I got out in clean air I could run it a lot harder.”


The race went non-stop the rest of the way, with McClelland crossing 1.76 seconds in front of Kendall. Glatfelter hung on for third, with Jim Siegel and Cory Haas completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were BAPS driver Brent Marks, Fred Rahmer, Chad Criswell, 20th-starting Ryan Bohlke, and Steve Owings.


Heats for the 21 “410” Sprints on hand were won by the Dietrich brothers and Haas.


Austin Hogue ended a storybook night by claiming his first career win in the 20-lap “358” sprint car feature.


Hogue, whose mother is one of three current owners of BAPS Auto Paints & Supply, started 11th and was running third when both leader Joey Allen (car out of gear) and Tim Berkheimer (the other BAPS family driver whose throttle stuck) stopped during a 15th-lap caution flag.


Hogue led the rest of the way despite heavy pressure from rookie Tyler Ross over the final five laps, and crossed just .34 seconds ahead of Ross at the end. Hard charger Niki Young (who started 14th), Jeff Rohrbaugh, and 12th-starting Cris Eash completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were points leader Tim Wagaman, Todd Rittenhouse, Jr., Ryan Wilson, Mike Bittinger, and Nathan Berwager.


Heats for the 33 “358” Sprinters on hand were won by Eash, Allen, Wagaman, and Rohrbaugh, with Findley winning the consolation.


Abbottstown’s Duane Watson passed Jimmy Combs on the 13th lap and raced away to his third win of 2012 in the 20-lap Thundercar feature.


Polesitter Jason Townsend led the first 2 laps before yielding to third-place starter Jimmy Combs on the third. Combs began to pull away from the field as 12th-starting Watson worked his way through to the front. Watson moved up into the runner-up spot on the 12th lap, passing ninth-starting Danny Beard just as the caution waved.


On the restart Watson immediately went after Combs for the lead and made the pass as he completed the 13th lap. From there Watson pulled away to 2.77-second win to register his 36th career thundercar win in the Pigeon Hills.


11th-starting Kyle Martin came on strong the second half of the race to pass Combs for second with 4 laps to go.


Combs settled for third, with Beard and Townsend finishing fourth and fifth respectively.


Completing the top-10 were Will Walls, Justin Mong, Mike Slaybaugh, Rick Weaver, and Todd Miller.


Heats for the 19 Thundercars were won by Jimmy Combs and Duane Watson.

Jul 14, 2012, 23:33

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Bobby Beard claims “Shootout” finale and title in “358” late models; Logan Wagner wins 305 sprint regional


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 7/7/2012 – Hanover’s Cris Eash drove around Keith Prutzman on a fourth-lap restart and moved alongside Doug Esh for second on the all-time win list in Saturday’s “358” sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway.


“It’s been way, WAY too long,” said Eash upon exiting his Grand Prix of Baltimore/O’Neil Racing/BMW Construction #17E in victory lane, “It’s tough racing here. It’s hard to pass here. We start back a little bit and you just gotta follow the guy in front of you until he messes up.”


“We had some work done on our motor this week, and Scotty got our motor running excellent, “ continued Eash, “We’re on the right track now.”


With the win, Eash became the tenth different winner in ten “358” Lincoln races this year, and scored his 11th career 358 sprint win, moving him into a tie with Doug Esh for second on the track’s all-time win list.


Eash, originally slated to start fifth, restarted third when polesitter Travis Willow spun out on turn four of the first lap, forcing the complete restart. He drove under front row starter Scott Fisher in the first two turns and was running second behind new polesitter Keith Prutzman at the end of lap one.


He made the race-winning pass following a fourth-lap caution for Fisher, who spun in turns three and four.


He led the rest of the way, crossing 1.73 seconds ahead of second-place Dale Hammaker, who was originally scored third in a tight finish with eighth-starting Austin Hogue. But a post-race video review showed Hammaker crossed second, with Hogue third. Todd Rittenhouse, Jr. and Prutzman completed the top five.


Sixth through tenth were Miki Young, Tim Wagaman, Kyle Moody, Ryan Wilson, and Matt Findley.


The feature was marred by a spectacular front stretch crash which destroyed the car of defending track champ Jeff Rohrbaugh on lap 12. Rohrbaugh was uninjured.


Heats for the 30 “358” Sprinters on hand were won by Travis Willow, Austin Hogue, and Cris Eash, with Matt Findley winning the consolation.


McSherrystown’s Bobby Beard scored his second win in the three-race series to claim the title in the “358” late model Williams Grove/Trail-Way/Lincoln “Shootout” finale. And it was by the narrowest of margins, just two points better than Gene Knaub, who finished fifth in the feature.


Beard took command early from his pole position and led every lap, despite heavy late-race pressure in lapped traffic from Jake Jones, who settled for second. Randy Stoudt and Pat Beard finished third and fourth.


Sixth through tenth were Grant Adams, Bernie Beard, Tyler Horst, D.J. Mease, and Billy Wampler.


Heats for the 32 “358” Late Models were won by Bernie Beard, DJ Mease, Horst, and Grant Adams, with Chad Julius winning the consolation.


Logan Wagner took advantage of a heads-up start to win from the pole in the 20-lap PASS Racesaver-hosted “305” sprint car feature. Four different sanctioning groups were represented in the regional event, with Pennsylvania cars finishing in the top four spots.


Billy Ney, previous Lincoln winner Kody Lehman, and Dusty Shatzer completed the top four, with Tri-State Racesaver Series driver David Martin crossing fifth.


Heats for the 38 “305” Sprints on hand were won by Kyle Lloyd, Logan Wagner, and Ney, with Brock Bilgon from New York’s CRSA winning the consolation.

Jul 7, 2012, 23:42

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Harlon Leppo wins second straight Lincoln Central PA Legends feature


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 6/30/2012 – Brian Montieth has won some big Lincoln races in his career, but Saturday’s 13th Annual Kevin Gobrecht Memorial win in the 22nd Annual Pennsylvania Speedweek opener may have meant more to him than any of the others.


“The Gobrecht Memorial means a lot to this team,” said Montieth upon exiting his Premier Autowork/Auto Locator/Golf Cart Services #21 in victory lane, “The history between this team and the Gobrecht family is just incredible.  I’m just happy to be here.”


“I was in my 12B car when Kevin was running the 92 for his family,” reflected Montieth, “We parked next them when the pits were in the infield, and it means a lot to be sitting here tonight.”


Speedweek time trial and heat points combined with an inversion of four placed Montieth fifth at the start. 


Polesitter Jim Siegel grabbed the lead at the outset as Montieth charged into third, just before the event’s first caution came out for Brian Leppo, who spun while battling for fifth on turn two of lap five.


On the restart, Montieth went after third-starting Cory Haas, passing him exiting turn two but then yielding to Haas in turns three and four of lap five.  Following a sixth-lap caution for Tim Glatfelter (who came to a stop on the backstretch), Montieth continued his assault on Haas.  He grabbed the runner-up spot on lap seven.  At the time, Siegel held a narrow .66-second lead.


Montieth closed on Siegel as the two entered lapped traffic at the half-way point, with Montieth pulling a slider to take lead exiting turn four of lap 15.


From there, Montieth checked out on the field, crossing 4.67 seconds ahead of Siegel for his fifth Lincoln win of the year and the 31st victory of his career in the Pigeon Hills.


“I don’t know if I was any better than Jimmy…I just caught him there in lapped traffic, and, you know…” said Montieth, “But you can see how things can turn around really fast and can go the other way really quick.  Everything’s just clicking right now.   We’ll just keep into Speedweek and see what happens.”


After battling with Montieth, Haas raced wheel-to-wheel with fourth-starting Brent Marks, finally holding off Marks for third.  Marks and Fred Rahmer completed the top five, with Alan Krimes, Daryn Pittman, Danny Dietrich, Gerard McIntyre, Jr., and Billy Dietrich rounding out the top ten.


Sprint heats were won by Rahmer, Adam Wilt, and Montieth, with Greg Hodnett winning the B-Main.

Fast time in time trials over the 30-car field was set by Marks with a 1-lap time of 13.666-seconds (98.785 MPH).



Harlon Leppo scored his second straight Lincoln win in the 15-lap Central PA Legends feature.


Though he started second, third-starting  Tim Henry drove under the front row to lead the first 10 laps.  During a wild five-car battle for the lead, Henry made contact  with Chad Glatfelter, dropping him to sixth in the running order.


Henry took the top spot during the incident, and he held off the challenges of Glatfelter over the final laps to score the .19-second win.  Third through fifth were Bob Stough, Bill Diehl, and Scott Gobrecht.


Heats for the 27 Central PA Legends were won by Chad Glatfelter, Leppo, and Henry, with Vernon Houseman winning the consolation.

Jun 30, 2012, 23:10

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Ryan Wilson, Wayne Dutterer claim first career wins in “358” sprints, thundercars


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 6/22/2012 – Danny Dietrich added another notch to the belt in the 25-lap Kids Night “410” sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.


And he did it the way he has several times this season, taking command early.


Points handicapping placed Dietrich 11th for the start. He had the lead by the end of lap eight.


In fact, he was in sixth by the end of the opening lap and fourth by the end of lap two. He caught Jim Siegel for third and lap three, drove by Brad McClelland for second on lap five, and caught polesitter and race-long leader Glenndon Forsythe at the flagstand at the completion of lap eight, just before the only caution of the race came out for Adam Lawrence and Hunter Mackison, who tangled in turns three and four.


“We got a little lucky there,” said Dietrich upon exiting the Gary Kauffman-owned Sandoe’s Fruit Market/APM Buildings #48 in victory lane, “We tried a used tire and left rear tonight for the feature and it’s a good thing we got to the front when we did, because after that long caution, it quit working. I was loose as could be.”


From there, Dietrich drove away from everyone except Jim Siegel to score the 1.82-second win. Crossing a distant third and fourth were Fred Rahmer and 12th starting Brian Montieth, who battled for position over the last several laps. Billy Dietrich crossed fifth.


“We really get this thing working around the bottom it seems better than everybody else at the start of these things,” continued Dietrich, “I’m not going to tell any secrets to anybody because we’re enjoying this. All these guys are tough racers, and I worry about Jimmy being behind me there at the end. At any time, those guys can pull a flyer and take it away from you on the last lap.”


Sixth through tenth were Gerard McIntyre, Jr., 15th-starting Cory Haas, Brent Marks, Forsythe, and McClelland.


Heats for the 24 “410” Sprints on hand were won by Alan Krimes, Marks, and Forsythe.


Maytown’s Ryan Wilson found himself the leader when polesitter Ted Thomas, Jr. pulled up lame and went into the infield on lap nine, and went on to win the first of his career in 20-lap “358” sprint car feature. In doing so, Wilson became the ninth winner in nine Lincoln “358” sprint races this year.


Sixth-starting Austin Hogue assumed second when Thomas dropped from the field, but was never able to mount a serious challenge. Hogue settled for second, with Dale Hammaker, Todd Rittenhouse, Jr., and point leader Tim Wagaman completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were Niki Young, Mike Bittinger, Matt Findley, Jeff Rohrbaugh (who came from the back after a tire change during an early-race caution), and 21st-starting Tim Berkheimer.

Heats for the 26 “358” Sprinters on hand were won by Thomas, Wilson, and Rittenhouse, with Tyler Ross winning the consolation.


East Berlin’s Wayne Dutterer led 19-1/2 laps last week. But he didn’t lead the ½ that meant the most. This week Dutterer left know doubt as he took advantage of polesitter and race-long leader Jason Townsend miscue in the first and second turns of lap 8 to slip under him for the lead and then raced away virtually unchallenged the rest of the way to record his first career thundercar win at Lincoln Speedway.


Dutterer, who started outside the frontrow, took the checked .53-seconds ahead of 10th-starting Kyle Martin in the 20-lap feature. Justin Mong finished third, Brian Walls fourth, and Mike Slaybaugh fifth.


Completing the top-10 were Mikey Guise, Danny Beard, Roy Warehime Jr., Todd Miller and Will Walls.


Heats for the 20 Thundercars were won by Dutterer and Slaybaugh.

Jun 23, 2012, 23:31

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Pittman outruns Ott to score victory in Mach 1 Chassis 358/360/URC Challenge


ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 7/20/2012 – “The Doctor” was in the house at Lincoln Speedway Wednesday night.


New York racer Danny Johnson scored one for the North in the 60-lap, $5,000-to-win Race of Champions NAPA Auto Parts/Pioneer Pole Buildings big block modified feature after tracking down Jimmy Phelps over the course of 45 non-stop laps to end a feature that ran in temperatures reaching the upper 90’s.


A redraw placed Johnson third for the start. Polesitter and 2011 Lincoln winner Ryan Godown, who also won the RoC event at Selinsgrove on Tuesday night, led the first eight laps before fifth-starting Phelps wrestled the lead away on lap nine. After the final caution on lap 16 (when MeMe DeSantis jumped the cushion in turn four and came to a stop), Phelps drove away to a huge lead, and had a 3.59-second lead when he hit lapped traffic at the half-way point.


By lap 35, it became apparent Johnson was closing the gap. Johnson pulled onto Phelps’ back bumper with 20 laps to go.


Johnson made his race-winning move on lap 48 when Phelps went to the top of turn four to pass a lapped car. Ironically, Johnson dove low and took the lead, but both cars continued to follow the lapped car for the next several laps.


“That was one little mistake that he made, and I was able to capitalize on it,” said Johnson in victory lane, “I thought the outside would be a little better than it was “But the top was a little slippery and you had to pretty much stick to the bottom. We just had no grip up there. Once I figured that out, then we were a little bit better.”


Phelps closed on Johnson with three laps to go in a last-ditch attempt to reclaim the lead, but Johnson was able to hold on for the .53-second win.


“There are just so many people coming together for me,” continued Johnson, “We’ve been working really hard and the guys have been putting in a lot of hours to get the cars here. We’ve wrecked a lot of cars, we’ve blown up a lot of engines, and we’ve been able to keep going. Thank God I’ve got a good race team.”


Third through fifth were Godown, Jimmy Horton, and Craig VonDohren. Rounding out the top ten were Pat Ward, hard charger Billy Decker (who came from the rear after switching cars), Duane Howard, Rick Laubach, and Kevin Albert.


Heats for the 18 modifieds were won by Johnson, Phelps, and Horton.


Daryn Pittman started on the pole and claimed the win in the 25-lap Mach 1 Chassis Mid-Atlantic 358/360 URC Challenge. Despite leading every lap, the win did not come easy, with third starting Aaron Ott putting heavy pressure on Pittman over the first half of the race. Ott actually pulled alongside the Mike Hefner-owned #27 on several turns through sixth through ten.


After a red flag for Gerard McIntyre, Jr. and J.J. Grasso (during a caution period on the backstretch, resulting a Grasso flip), Pittman pulled away from the rest of the field.


Ott, who won the same event last year, settled for second, with front row starter T.J. Stutts crossing third, Mark Smith fourth, and Niki Young completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were Jacob Allen, Tim Wagaman, Jim Siegel (driving the Wisner family #2W), Adrian Shaffer (driving the #94V), and Chad Trout.


Heats for the 28 sprinters were won by Trout, Pittman, and Ott, with Pat Cannon winning the consolation after flipping on the opening lap of his heat race.

Jun 20, 2012, 23:08

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2014 358 Sprint Point Standings
2013 358 Sprint Point Standings
2012 358 Sprint Point Standings
2011 358 Sprint Point Standings
2010 358 Sprint Point Standings
2009 358 Sprint Point Standings

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