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News & Results Last Updated: May 29th, 2016 - 00:18:52

NEWS : 2016 News & Results
LINCOLN CANCELS SATURDAY APRIL 9TH RACING PROGRAM

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA - 4/8/2016 - Due to the forecast of cold, wet, and windy conditions tomorrow, Lincoln Speedway has canceled the April 9th racing program of 410 Sprints, Super Sportsman and Street Stocks.

Next week Lincoln Speedway will be back in action on Saturday, April 16th, with ARCH NIGHT featuring the 410 Sprints, 358 Sprints, and 358 Late Models. Racing action will get underway at 7 PM with gates opening at 5 PM.


Apr 8, 2016, 14:46

NEWS : 2016 News & Results
FREDDIE RAHMER FIFTH WINNER IN FIVE ’16 RACES ON A BIZARRE NIGHT AT LINCOLN

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Rohrbaugh becomes all-time Lincoln 358 sprint winner in rain-shortened event

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA 4/2/2016 – On a bizarre night that saw the three leaders all drop from the field on the same lap, Freddie Rahmer assumed the lead and held off Cory Haas and Gerard McIntyre for his second career win at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

 

Rahmer started eighth and was running fourth when brother Brandon and Adam Wilt got together and both spun in turn two of lap 20. At the same time, third-place Austin Hogue went up in smoke and headed to the infield, ending his night.

 

 “I don’t know what happened to my brother there,” said Rahmer in victory lane, “It’s a shame for him…he was running good laps. I got into a rhythm there about half-way through. I got by Hogue and then messed up, got back by him….and that won the race because we lost those cars.”

 

Brandon Rahmer started on the pole and led every lap up until his misfortune on lap 20. Wilt had started tenth and was on Brandon’s bumper when the two leaders spun.

 

The anticipated drive from mid-pack up through the field by former champ Danny Dietrich and defending champ Brian Montieth ended abruptly on lap two when they were caught up in a chain-reaction crash which started with Brandon Rahmer almost into the wall while leading in turn two. Rahmer came down across the track and collected JJ Grasso, but Rahmer never stopped and, in the confusion, both Dietrich and Montieth tangled into the back stretch guardrail, ending both racers’ night.

 

 “I’m glad to win, but I wish Brandon had a good finish,” said Rahmer, “I want to thank Moon (Byers) for getting the car really good and Don Ott for the good engines. Leffler Energy has come on board as a sponsor, and Miller Brothers and A.R.A.N. Trading are also good sponsors. I think these guys know they gotta race me now.”

 

Haas crossed 1.47 seconds behind Rahmer, with McIntyre third. Alan Krimes (who started 15th) and Glenndon Forsythe (who started 13th) completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were 16th-starting Robbie Kendall, 19th-starting Jim Siegel, Billy Dietrich, Scott Fisher, and 20th-starting Tyler Ross.

 

Both of Rahmer’s Lincoln wins came after advancing from fourth to first on the same lap. Last time, it was a late 2015 event in which Rahmer came from fourth to first in wild last-lap racing.

 

Heats for the 28 410 sprints were won by Grasso, Montieth, and Danny Dietrich, with Siegel winning the consolation.

 

The “358” sprint car feature was no less bizarre, with polesitter Adrian Shaffer leading the first 13 laps before spinning around exiting turn four, handing the lead over to Jeff Rohrbaugh. Despite the spin, Shaffer was able to complete the ‘360’ and hang on to second.

 

Four laps later, the predicted high winds and rain arrived, ending the event after 17 laps.

 

With his 14th career win, Rohrbaugh became the all-time winningest 358 driver at Lincoln.

 

Third through fifth behind runner-up Shaffer were Kyle Denmyer, Chandler Leiby, and Cody Fletcher.

 

Heats for the 31 358 sprints were won by Rohrbaugh, Leiby, and Wyatt Hinkle (who scratched from the feature event), with Troy Wagaman, Jr. winning the consolation.

 

The sudden wind and rain forced postponement of the 20-lap Central PA Legends feature. That event will be made up when the Legends return on April 23rd.

Heats for the 20 Legends were won by Harlon Leppo and Chad Earnst.


Apr 2, 2016, 22:50

NEWS : 2016 News & Results
KAHNE SCORES FIRST CAREER LINCOLN WIN IN 410 SPRINT SPRING CHAMPIONSHIP
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Chris Arnold holds off Matt Campbell to claim season opener for 358 sprints

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA 3/26/16 – NASCAR star Kasey Kahne showed ‘em how it’s done at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

 

Kahne, making a rare appearance in the Pigeon Hills, made the most of his weekend off by out-dragging Lincoln point leader and polesitter Brian Montieth to the first turn and leading every lap of Lincoln’s $5,000-to-win Spring Championship for 410 sprint cars.

 

Despite mid-race challenges from Montieth, Kahne crossed the finish line of the non-stop 30-lap race 1.25 seconds ahead of Lincoln’s point leader.

 

 “I think I saw Montieth on the inside off of turn four lap about halfway, so I went to the bottom for a couple of laps. I just didn’t feel like I was slowing down quite enough on the exit of four, so I went back to the top and then cutting to the middle and I felt better doing that. The lapped cars were quick, too. They start them back there, but there was nowhere to go, and they’re tough to pass.”

 

Kahne drove flawlessly through lapped traffic from lap ten on, and the strong field of sprinters all finished the race.

 

“It feels good to get a win,” said Kahne in front of a delirious crowd, “Lincoln Speedway is a tough track and Pennsylvania is a tough group of racers. It’s a great crowd for early in the season. It’s great to be here Easter weekend.”

 

 “We had a great car, and kept making it better. Factory Kahne shocks were really hooked up,” continued Kahne, “I don’t get a chance to thank the sponsors that support my World of Outlaw teams, but we have Great Clips, Sage Fruit, Ollie’s Bargain Outlet, and Razerback Professional Tools. Rob Cappetta right here in Pennsylvania builds the best engines, and Ti22 Chassis. It’s a big group that puts a lot into it. And Lee Stauffer from PA (crew chief for Brad Sweet) was here to help out tonight.”

 

“We picked up a lot of speed in the last six months. My car is set up similar to Sweet and Daryn Pittman’s cars, and it was pretty quick tonight. It’s great to be able to lean on those guys. I talked to Daryn on the phone today. He’s done really well at this place. I got a good group of guys and it’s really good to win.”

 

“It feels good to get a win,” said Kahne, “I’m really happy with the crowd that came out. What Lincoln does with the Dirt Classic each year is really cool.”

 

Kahne started on the outside pole after timing third fastest and Lucas Wolfe drew a number four pill for the inversion at the front of the field.

 

Montieth ran second the entire way, with Wolfe crossing third and seventh-starting Danny Dietrich and Ryan Smith completing the top five. Rounding out the top ten were Freddie Rahmer, Adam Wilt, Jim Siegel, Cory Haas, and 18th-starting JJ Grasso rounding out the top ten.

 

Fast time in time trials over the 29 sprinters was set by Wolfe with a one-lap time of 13.132 seconds (102.802 MPH). Heats for the 410 sprints were won by Montieth, Wilt, and Danny Dietrich, with Billy Dietrich winning the consolation.

 

Dillsburg’s Chris Arnold ended a battle royale with Matt Campbell to score the opening night win in the 358 sprint car feature.

 

Arnold started on the outside of the front row and led the firsts 13 laps before third-starting Matt Campbell took the lead in wheel-to-wheel racing from laps 14 to 17. But Arnold was not to be denied, dropping to the inside to reclaim the lead on turn four of lap 18. He held Campbell off over the final two laps to claim the win by a carlength.

 

Third through fifth were Adrian Shaffer, polesitter David Holbrook, and Troy Wagaman, Jr.

 

Heats for the 32 “358” sprints were won by Campbell, Doug Hammaker, and Arnold, with Tyler Esh winning the consolation.

 

Defending Lincoln champ Hammaker was caught up in a five-car front stretch crash in the third attempt to start the race, and was credited with a 21st place finish.

Mar 26, 2016, 22:22

410 SPRINTS : All Time Win List
410 Sprint All Time Win List

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410 SPRINT ALL-TIME WIN LIST (1953-2016)

3/12/2016

Total Features:

1572
  DRIVER FIRST RECENT TOTAL WINS 2016 Wins
1. Fred Rahmer June 27, 1987 August 24, 2013 169  
2. Steve Smith May 22, 1971 May 4, 1996 150  
3. Bobby Allen April 29, 1967 April 25, 1994 75  
4. Kenny Weld October 2, 1966 July 23, 1977 73  
5. Bobby Abel August 28, 1953 September 21, 1968 56  
6. Brian Montieth July 15, 1995 March 6, 2016 51 1
7. Cris Eash May 20, 1989 August 9, 2008 42  
8. Lance Dewease October 17, 1992 April 11, 2015 38  
9. Johnny Mackison Sr. July 1, 1955 August 18, 1962 35  
10. Greg Hodnett September 25, 1999 February 28, 2016 30 1
11. Danny Dietrich June 20, 2009 August 22, 2015 29  
12. Van May May 17, 1975 July 3, 1986 28  
13. Stevie Smith May 11, 1985 July 2, 2015 27  
14. Steve Siegel May 1, 1982 May 26, 2001 25  
15. Doug Esh June 1, 2002 March 12, 2011 24  
16. Donnie Kreitz Jr. August 27, 1983 August 15, 1998 21  
17. Bud Folkenroth August 20, 1954 July 10, 1965 20  
18. Bobby Hersh July 11, 1959 September 7, 1963 20  
19. Dan Dietrich April 25, 1987 August 19, 1995 19  
20. Alan Krimes July 15, 2006 May 23, 2015 16  
21. Steve Kinser July 19, 1980 June 3, 1995 16  

Mar 25, 2016, 08:15

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358 SPRINT ALL-TIME WIN LIST (1953-2016)

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Total Features:

293
  Driver Wins 2016 Wins
1. Cory Haas 13  
2. Jeff Rohrbaugh 13  
3. Cris Eash 11  
4. Doug Esh 11  
5. Adrian Shaffer 10  
6. Chad Trout 10  
7. Mike Lehman 10  
8. Billy Dietrich 9  
9. Greg Leiby 9  
10. Brian Seidel 8  
11. Eric Stambaugh 8  
12. Niki Young 8  
13. Brad McClelland 6  
14. Dale Hammaker 6  
15. Kevin Nouse 6  
16. Matt Campbell 5  
17. Austin Hogue 5  
18. Darren Eash 5  
19. Chase Dietz 4  
20. Dan Dietrich 4  
21. Doug Hammaker 4  
22. Glenndon Forsythe 4  
23. Mike Bittinger 4  
24. Pat Cannon 4  
25. Todd Rittenhouse Jr. 4  


Mar 25, 2016, 08:05

NEWS : 2016 News & Results
LINCOLN SPEEDWAY CANCELS MARCH 19TH RACING PROGRAM DUE TO WEATHER

410 Sprint Championship & 358 Sprints up next on Saturday March 26th

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA 3/16/2016 - Afternoon showers and the threat of more inclement weather into the evening has forced Lincoln Speedway to cancel it's first evening racing program of 2016 tonight, Saturday, March 19th.

Lincoln Speedway will host the 410 Sprint Championship and the season-opening race for the 358 Sprints next Saturday night, March 26th with time trials for the 410 Sprinters scheduled for 6 PM. Gates will open at 4 PM.


Mar 19, 2016, 14:18

NEWS : 2016 News & Results
BILLY DIETRICH CLAIMS SECOND CAREER LINCOLN SPEEDWAY WIN IN FINAL AFTERNOON SHOW OF SEASON
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Night Racing Begins Next Weekend, March 19th, with 410 Sprints & 358 Late Models

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA 3/12/16 – It’s not uncommon for the name Dietrich to be in victory lane at Lincoln Speedway. But this time it was older brother Billy Dietrich who came out on top of the 25-lap 410 sprint car feature Saturday afternoon as his younger brother and former track champ Danny crossed under the checkered flag in fifth spot.

 

“Danny Who?,” said a jubilant Billy in victory lane after track announcer Wayne Harper mentioned he kicked his brothers butt. “I can say that because I work with him but it goes both ways, trust me.”

 

Dietrich also knows how to impress a new sponsor, Ramsey Construction who joined the team earlier in the week and was on hand to witness Dietrich’s second career Lincoln Speedway 410 Sprint car win.

 

“We didn’t even get the stickers on, which sucks, but he’s here today and at least he got to see it,” the Aspers driver said about his new sponsor. “We’re glad to have him on board with all of the other great sponsors we have on the car. “

 

Dietrich lined up third and quickly took the second spot as polesitter Glenndon Forsythe grabbed early lead. While Dietrich chased Forsythe, several great battles were taking shape between Shane Hoff and Kyle Moody and Danny Dietrich and Cory Haas.

 

Dietrich pulled alongside Forsythe going down the backstretch as the frontrunners split the lapped car of Brandon Noel in turn four with Dietrich emerging as the race leader.

 

The only red flag of the day came out on lap nine when Brandon Rahmer got into the second turn catch fence after contact with another car.

 

Billy Dietrich set the pace as 5-time defending track champion Brian Montieth, who started 13th, moved in to battle Danny Dietrich and Cory Haas with Montieth taking fifth place on lap 12 and moved into fourth a lap later.

 

Dietrich caught the rear of the field with about eight laps to go as Forsythe, Hoff and Montieth quickly closed.

 

Montieth continued his charge, taking third from Hoff with 20 laps complete and tried several times to get under Forsythe but was unable to make the pass.

 

Dietrich held on in traffic to capture the $3,200 payday to become the third different winner in as many races so far this season in the Pigeon Hills oval.

 

"I drove as hard as I could and under that red I thought I’m just gonna give it 16 more laps as hard as I can,” said the second generation driver and son of former Lincoln great and track champion Dan Dietrich. “I got burnt last year on the last lap so I’m not gonna lie, I caught the lapped cars and I thought I’ll be damned so I’m just gonna run into them if I have to.”

 

Dietrich took the win ahead of Forsythe, point leader Montieth with Shane Hoff crossing fourth for his career best finish. Fifth went to Danny Dietrich ahead of Cory Haas, Adam Wilt, Gerard McIntyre, Jr., Kyle Moody and Alan Krimes.

 

Heats for the 21 sprint cars on hand were won by Brandon Rahmer, Gerard McIntyre, Jr. and Austin Hogue.

Mar 12, 2016, 17:48

NEWS : 2016 News & Results
BRIAN MONTIETH LEADS FLAG-TO-FLAG TO PICK UP LINCOLN CHECKERS

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One More Afternoon Sprint-only Show Next Saturday, March 12th, Before Night Racing Begins on March 19th

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA 3/6/16 – Brian Montieth said he can’t wait for night racing. But the five-time defending track champion was near flawless in his flag-to-flag win in Sunday’s 25-lap 410 Sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway.

 

It was the second straight week that Lincoln Speedway officials utilized a Sunday rain date, both in which Sunday was the better day for early season racing.

 

Most figured the race was won during the redraw for the feature and Montieth admitted he won the lottery.

 

“We won the lottery today, we started on the front row,” the Phoenixville driver stated after earning the $3,200 payday for the Jerry Parrish owned race team. “That was pretty much the deal today. I’ll be glad when we go night racing because the dirty air with these new wicker bills and stuff, it’s a mess. So I can’t wait for nights.”

 

Alan Krimes and Montieth led the field to the green flag as Montieth gained the edge exiting the fourth turn to lead the first lap.

 

Montieth’s Auto Locator No. 21 caught the rear of the field by the fifth lap as Krimes closed the gap and the two were actually side by side at the line on both laps eight and nine.

 

Adam Wilt got by opening day winner Greg Hodnett for third with 10 laps complete but Hodnett put an outside move on Wilt a lap later to regain the spot.

 

Montieth caught a break on lap 12 when seventh-running Billy Dietrich spun in turn two.

 

Hodnett got around Krimes for the runner-up spot on lap 17 and quickly ran down Montieth, who again, was working through traffic.

 

Hodnett was on Montieth’s bumper as the pair came down the front stretch to complete lap 22 when Cole Duncan’s car lost power directly in front of the leaders. Both drivers, along with two other cars running at the rear of the field, but just in front of the leaders, all took evasive action to miss Duncan.

 

“I shut my eyes and I came out of it,’ joked Montieth about the late race incident. “It was close. It was a lot closer than I wanted it to be.”

 

With an open track following the yellow, Montieth was home free as he drove away to capture his 51st career win in the Pigeon Hills and first of 2016.

 

“You can’t ever count Greg out,” he added. “That’s why when I was back in lapped traffic, I figured I’ll just drive around and hope for a caution. Everything fell into place for us tonight and that’s why we’re here.”

 

Hodnett settled for the runner-up spot trailed by Krimes, Freddie Rahmer and Wilt with Austin Hogue, Jim Siegel, Robbie Kendall, Danny Dietrich and Cory Haas completing the top 10 finishers.

 

Heats for the 26 410 Sprints were won by Freddie Rahmer, Billy Dietrich and Glenndon Forsythe. Mark Smith won the consolation.

Lincoln Speedway returns to action Saturday, March 12 with another 410 Sprints only program beginning at 2PM. There will be an open practice for other divisions following the feature event. Sunday, March 13 rain date will be used if needed.


Mar 6, 2016, 16:34

NEWS : 2016 News & Results
LINCOLN PUSHES SATURDAY MARCH 5TH SHOW TO NEXT DAY MARCH 6TH
ABBOTTSTOWN, PA 3/5/2016 - With the softening of parking lots and spectator areas following a mid-week snow/rain event, Lincoln Speedway promoters have decided to take advantage of the scheduled rain date to the following day, Sunday, March 6th and delay the 2nd event of 2016 by 24 hours. The hope is that the additional time will allow spectator areas and parking lots be safer and make the day more enjoyable for those planning to attend. Racing action will get underway at 2 PM with gates opening at noon.
Mar 5, 2016, 07:26

NEWS : 2016 News & Results
GREG HODNETT WIRES FIELD FOR SECOND CONSECUTIVE ICEBREAKER 30 WIN IN LINCOLN SPEEDWAY SEASON OPENER
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ABBOTTSTOWN, PA 2/28/16 - Six weeks removed from the largest snowstorm to hit Central Pennsylvania, Lincoln Speedway wasn’t fazed as the Icebreaker 30 for 410 Sprints officially kicked off the dirt track season Sunday afternoon in front of a very big crowd who enjoyed sunny skies and temperatures around 60 degrees.

 

And on the race track, it was Spring Grove racer Greg Hodnett leading all 30 laps to capture his second consecutive win in the Icebreaker 30.

 

Aboard the Heffner Racing Enterprises owned, No 27, Hodnett took advantage of good starting spots, kept out of trouble on the race track and earned the $4,000 payday for his 30th career win in the Pigeon Hills.

 

“I still really struggle here, we just took advantage of some good starting spots today,” said the 2015 Central Pennsylvania Sprint Car Champion. “We are very, very fortunate to be up here today because it’s a tough race track. There are a lot of good competitors here and it’s a very technical race track, which is why Fred (Rahmer) always went good here.”

 

While it may have looked easy for Hodnett out front, that wasn’t the case for many other drivers in the field as the event saw one red flag, seven cautions and a fuel stop.

 

Adam Wilt and Hodnett lined up on the front row and two straight times saw Hodnett grab the lead in turn one only to have cautions realign the field.

 

On the third restart, Aaron Ott and Bill Jones, Jr. both flipped in turn one, Neither driver was injured.

Hodnett once again outgunned Wilt on ensuing restart as Ohio invader Cole Duncan motored into the second spot.

 

Four cautions during laps three through seven kept the field slow but defending track champion Brian Montieth was blasting his way through the field after starting 11th.

 

A fuel stop was needed with nine laps complete as Danny Dietrich, Glenndon Forsythe and David Quackenbush crashed in turn three.

 

Following the fuel stop, Montieth took fourth spot as he continued his charge to the front as Hodnett worked through slower traffic at the rear of the field as Duncan, Wilt and Montieth were in a great battle.

 

Duncan lost the runner-up spot on a lap 20 restart as Wilt and Montieth drove by but Duncan’s great run ended with a spin on lap 22.

 

Hodnett was home free over the final eight laps as he picked up the win aboard the Lelands.com/Trone Outdoor/Eagle Steel sponsored sprint.

 

“I couldn’t run real hard because it would just spin but I figured it would be real tough for those guys to get around me,” Hodnett stated. “So I just kind of cruised and felt like I could go harder if I needed to or felt pressure. We came here way different than we would ever would have before. We wanted to try something totally different and it worked out okay.. I think we’ll come back with it next time.”

 

Wilt, of York settled for the runner-up spot trailed by Phoenixville’s Montieth with New Oxford racers Gerard McIntyre, Jr. and Jim Siegel completing the top five.

 

Rounding out the top 10 finishers were Alan Krimes, Chase Dietz, Freddie Rahmer, Danny Dietrich and Kyle Moody.

 

Heats for the 24 410 sprint cars were won by Scott Fisher, Brian Montieth and Gerard McIntyre, Jr.

Feb 28, 2016, 17:51


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