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Abbottstown, PA


Sat., July 26, 2014 (7:30 PM)
PEPSI NIGHT
410 Sprints, 358 Sprints, and 600 Modifieds
| Adults $14 | Pits $25 | Students w/Student ID (ages 12 to 17) $8 |
| 6-11 yrs. old $2 | under 6 yrs old Free |
Gates open at 5:30 PM


Sat., Aug 2, 2014 (7:30 PM)
358 SPRINT CAR CHAMPIONSHIP
Central PA Legends, 600cc Micro-Sprints, & All-American Outlaws
| Adults $14 | Pits $25 | Students w/Student ID (ages 12 to 17) $8 |
| 6-11 yrs. old $2 | under 6 yrs old Free |
Gates open at 5:30 PM


Sat., Aug 9, 2014 (7:30 PM)
NATIONAL FALLEN FIREFIGHTERS NIGHT
IN MEMORY OF BRANDON LITTLE

Sponsored By Fire & Rescue Products & Amkus Rescue Systems
410 Sprints, 358 Sprints, Central PA Legends, & Sprint Car “Masters Classic”
| Adults $15 | Pits $25 | Students w/Student ID (ages 12 to 17) $10 |
| 6-11 yrs. old $2 | under 6 yrs old Free |
Gates open at 5:30 PM


Sat., Aug 16, 2014 (7:30 PM)
PREMIER AUTO WORKS/AUTO LOCATOR NIGHT
York County Racing Club Night
410 Sprints, ARDC Midgets, and EMMR Exhibition
| Adults $15 | Pits $25 | Students w/Student ID (ages 12 to 17) $10 |
| 6-11 yrs. old $2 | under 6 yrs old Free |
Gates open at 5:30 PM

 

 

 

Speedway Motors Central PA Sprint Car Point Series

1st Annual $20,000-to-win Dirt Classic by Kasey Kahne

KASEY KAHNE ESTABLISHES HISTORIC PAYOUT WITH $20,000-TO-WIN DIRT CLASSIC AT LINCOLN SPEEDWAY, ADVANCED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DIRTCLASSIC.COM

THE DIRT CLASSIC PRESENTED BY KASEY KAHNE
Date: Saturday, Sept. 27
Track: Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa.
Prize: $20,000-to-win
Qualifying Races:
Sunday, June 1, at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex in Markleysburg, Pa. (Danny Dietrich winner)
Sunday, June 8, at Bedford Speedway in Bedford, PA (Rained out, TBD)

MEDIA LINKS:
Website: http://www.DirtClassic.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/DirtClassic
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheDirtClassic

TICKETS:
Advanced tickets are on sale by clicking http://www.DirtClassic.com. Tickets will also be available on The Dirt Classic Facebook page, which will feature special giveaways throughout the year.

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 Last Updated: Jul 28th, 2014 - 22:03:56

NEWS : 2014 News & Results
GRASSO SCORES FIRST CAREER LINCOLN WIN IN ANNUAL GOHN MEMORIAL FOR 410 SPRINTS
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Dietz, Bittinger claim 358 sprint wins; Zimmerman first-time Lincoln winner in All-American Outlaws

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 6/7/2014 – “Is this for real?”

 

So asked J.J. Grasso after holding off Danny Dietrich and then points leader Alan Krimes to claim his first career Lincoln Speedway 410 sprint car feature win in the Annual Daryl Gohn/Glenn Gohn, Sr. Memorial Saturday night.

 

Time trials and four-car inversions for the qualifiers placed Grasso on the outside of the front row for the 25-lapper. Grasso followed polesitter Steve Owings for a lap before making what turned out to be the race-winning pass on lap two. Despite leading the rest of the way, Grasso had to withstand the mid-race challenges of fourth-starting Dietrich and then the late-race charge of sixth-starting Krimes.

 

Grasso stayed on the top side for entire race, despite a disappearing cushion in the top of the turns. He actually bounced off the wall in turns three and four late in the race.

 

“It didn’t seem like that bottom was there in one and two,” said Grasso, “When I caught lapped traffic, those guys were running pretty equal. But I kept getting higher and higher off of two, and I wasn’t sure if I should try to maybe diamond it off a little bit or what.”

 

“You could see there’s just nothing there, said the driver of the BK Trucking #37, “It was nerve-racking, and I was holding my breath for every lap of it. I can’t believe this!”

 

Grasso’s final margin of victory was 1.94 seconds, and his total winnings (counting Gohn family and sponsor contingency prizes) was $4,600.

 

Krimes held onto the Lincoln points lead with his second-place finish, followed by Dietrich (who finished with a damaged front wing), Cory Haas, and Owings. Sixth through tenth were 11th-starting Brian Montieth, 13th-starting Lance Dewease, Ryan Smith, Jim Siegel, and Gerard McIntyre, Jr.

 

Heats for the 410 sprinters were won by Danny Dietrich, Haas, Grasso, and Owings, with Brandon Rahmer winning the consolation. Jim Siegel sets fast time over the 32-car field with a one lap time of 13.623 seconds (99.097 MPH).

 

 

In the 358 sprint division, Chase Dietz started the night off by scoring his second career win in the make-up feature from May 24th. Mike Bittinger held off Jeff Rohrbaugh and C.J. Tracey to win the regularly-scheduled event.

 

In the make-up feature, Dietz started eighth and passed sixth-starting Bittinger for the lead on lap seven. Bittinger faded to sixth at the end, with ninth-starting Niki Young, 11th-starting Kevin Nouse, Doug Hammaker, and Chandler Leiby completing the top five.

 

In the regularly-scheduled event, Bittinger drove the Michael Markey #31 to his fourth career Lincoln win. Bittinger again started sixth, and grabbed the lead from C.J. Tracy with two laps to go. Tracy, who passed polesitter Chris Frank on for the lead on lap four, finally gave up second to Jeff Rohrbaugh on lap 19. Tracy, Nouse, and 15th-starting Young (who flipped in his heat), rounded out the top five.

 

Heats for the 26 358 sprinters were won by Bittinger, Nouse, and Tracy.

 

Kurt Zimmerman won his first-ever Lincoln feature in the 20-lap All-American Outlaw event, a race which saw five lead changes among three drivers.

 

Zimmerman, from Pasadena, MD, crossed 1.41 seconds in front of Dylan Keim, who was not one of the drivers to lead the race.

 

Randy Doty led the first three laps before Justin Cullum and Zimmerman swapped the lead twice, with Zimmerman taking the lead for good on lap 11. Cullum, Steve Jorda, and Doty completed the top five.

 

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


Jun 7, 2014, 23:33

NEWS : 2014 News & Results
RAIN FORCES POSTPONEMENT OF LINCOLN USAC EASTERN STORM FEATURE UNTIL 2015
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URC 360-358 Super Series consolation and “A” Main to also be made up as part of the 2015 show

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 6/4/2014 – An early evening shower hit the speedway just as the USAC Sprinters were lining up for their 30-lap, $6,000-to-win feature at Lincoln Speedway Wednesday night. After waiting it out two hours, race promoters Bob Miller and Ray Herold and USAC Officials were forced to throw in the towel on the special mid-week show.

 

Due to contractual obligations with USAC and URC to pay the purse for make-up features to be run at Lincoln next year, the event was considered to be a complete show and rain checks will not be honored.

 

“Because 50% of the show was completed, we are required to pay the full and complete purses to both USAC and URC, said event co-coordinators Bob Miller and Ray Herold in a joint statement, “With USAC only coming east once per year, the only option is to reschedule the event in 2015. USAC will run a complete show plus the make-up feature. URC will again be part of the program and run two features as well in 2015. We greatly regret the decision.”

 

“We started the show tonight ahead of the scheduled starting time, and moved the show along without delay,” said Miller and Herold, “The rain began at 8:50 PM and continue to fall at this time. We apologize and like you, we wish we could have completed the show tonight.”

 

Before the rain arrived, heats for the USAC sprinters were won by Hunter Schuerberg, CJ Leary, and Jon Stanbrough, with Daron Clayton winning the consolation. New wingless track records were set for one lap, 8-laps, and 12-laps.

 

Fast time in time trials over the 25-car field was set by Dave Darland in a new 1-lap track record time of 15.174-seconds (88.968 MPH). In all, the fastest nine cars broke the existing record.

 

Heats for the 32 URC 360/358 Sprinters were won by Davie Franek, Jason Clauss, and Greg Hodnett.

 

This Saturday, June 7th, Lincoln will host the Annual Daryl Gohn/Glenn Gohn, Sr. Memorial for the 410 sprint cars. They will be joined by the 358 sprint cars, which will also make up their feature event from May 24th, and the All-American Outlaws. Time trials for that show will begin at 7:30 p.m., with gates opening at 5:30 p.m.

Jun 4, 2014, 22:45

NEWS : 2014 News & Results
AUSTIN HOGUE SCORES FIRST CAREER 410 SPRINT CAR WIN; MONTIETH CLAIMS HILLY RIFE MEMORIAL
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ROHRBAUGH COMPLETES FIRST CAREER TWO-WIN WEEKEND IN 358 SPRINTS;

Kevin Thomas 4-cylinder stock car winner

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 5/31/2014 – Rookie Austin Hogue ran a great race and got a late-race break to score his first career win in the Delco Designs Night 410 sprint car feature at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

 

“When it’s you day, it’s your day,” said Hogue upon exiting the family BAPS Auto Paints and Supply/Livingston Lawn Care/Zirkle’s Garage #52 in victory lane, “I’m sure Danny (Dietrich) was all over me the whole time. It basically got rubber-down and I should have just stuck with it, but I tried to get greedy and get by Billy (Dietrich) in the middle and I lost it off turn two. The Lord was looking after me today, because the yellow came out and I was back in front. I won’t do that again.”

 

The mistake Hogue was referring to was an attempt to drive around Billy Dietrich while Danny Dietrich was closing in. Dietrich, who started tenth, drove under both his brother and Hogue to take lead, only to have pass negated by a caution flag for third-place Aaron Ott, who spun at the entrance to turn three.

 

“I’m shaking, I can’t believe it! This is just amazing!” said Hogue, “We struggled here all year, but this is my favorite track. It’s a taken a while to get a hold of it with the 410. This was like a 358 track tonight, and it was nice to get on a track I’m used to.”

 

“It’s a whole ‘nother world with these 410 sprints,” continued Hogue, “Everybody is so close, and anytime you’re off, it makes it really tough to stay with the guys that have been doing this as long as I’ve been alive.”

 

Dietrich settled for second, with Tyler Ross (another Lincoln 410 rookie), Robbie Kendall, and Brian Montieth rounding out the top five. Sixth through tenth were Adam Wilt, Ryan Wilson, Gerard McIntyre, Jr., Ryan Bohlke, and Freddie Rahmer.

 

Wilson started on the pole and led the first 12 laps before sixth-starting Hogue took over. The race went non-stop until Ott’s spin on lap 24, setting up the two-lap dash to the checkered.

 

Heats for the 34 sprinters were won by Kendall, Hogue, McIntyre, and Freddie Rahmer, with Jim Siegel winning the consolation.

 

Brian Montieth shook off a personal and team dry spell in claiming the 30-lap, $5,000-to-win Hilly Rife Memorial make-up feature earlier in the evening. Montieth started fifth and grabbed the race lead from polesitter and race-long leader Ryan Bohlke in heavy lapped traffic on the 17th lap. He drove away to a three-second win over Steve Owings to score his 42nd career Lincoln win, but his first of the season in the Pigeon Hills.

 

Bohlke crossed third, followed by McIntyre and 13th-starting Danny Dietrich.

 

Jeff Rohrbaugh started on the pole and brought another Delco Designs car to victory lane after leading every lap to cap off a career-first two-win weekend in the 358 sprint car feature. The final margin of victory in Rohrbaugh’s tenth career Lincoln win was 1.25 seconds.

 

Doug Hammaker ran second to Rohrbaugh the entire race, with 11th-starting Niki Young, Chandler Leiby, and Chase Dietz completing the top five.

 

Heats for the 29 358 sprinters were won by Matt Campbell, Jordon Givler, and Young, with Ashley Cappetta winning the consolation.

 

Kevin Thomas of St. Thomas claimed his first career Lincoln win in his final year of racing in the 4-cylinder stock car feature. Thomas won the first heat and drew a zero pill for the inversion, placing him on the pole for the event.

He led every lap, crossing 2.5 seconds ahead of Frankie Gordon, with Chris Anderson, Gary Newell, and Jeremy Ott finishing third through fifth.

 

Heats for the 24 4-Cylinder Stocks were won by Thomas, Shane Sixeas, and Ott.

May 31, 2014, 23:59

NEWS : 2014 News & Results
RAIN WIPES OUT LINCOLN FEATURES AFTER ALL QUALIFYING COMPLETE
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Make-up feature dates set, with 410 Sprint Car feature to be run next Saturday, May 31st

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 5/24/2014 – Rain storms which narrowly missed Lincoln Speedway several times Saturday night finally hit the speedway as the cars were being summoned for the 410 sprint car feature, forcing promoters to postpone the three feature events to future racing programs.

 

Rain arrived in the Pigeon Hills a few minutes before 10:00 p.m. Track preparer Fred Putney and his crew went to work, but 11:50 p.m. hot laps by the two sprint divisions confirmed that the track was too narrow. When the drivers told the promoters that they felt it was unsafe, promoters decided to postpone the three features.

 

It turned out to be the right decision, as rain hit the speedway again shortly after the postponement was announced.

 

The first make-up feature will be for the 410 sprinters as part of Delco Designs Night this coming Saturday, May 31st.

 

The 358 sprint car feature will be made up on Saturday, June 7th, as part of the annual Daryl Gohn/Glenn Gohn, Sr. Memorial.

 

The Central PA Legends feature will be made up the next time the Legends are at Lincoln on BAPS Night Saturday, June 21st.

 

Before the rains came, heats for the 410 sprinters were won by Brian Montieth, Freddie Rahmer, and Ryan Bohlke, with Glenndon Forsythe winning the consolation. Fast time in time trials over the 29-car field was set by Gerard McIntyre, Jr. with a one-lap time of 13.066-seconds (103.322 MPH).

 

Heats for the 31 358 sprinters were won by Tyler Esh, Chase Dietz, and Kevin Nouse, with Jeff Rohrbaugh winning the consolation.

 

Heats for the 28 Legends were won by Chris Spidle, Lucas Montgomery, and Bob Stough, with Vern Houseman winning the consolation.

 

Next Saturday, Lincoln will host Delco Designs Night featuring a double-feature for the 410 sprints, 358 sprints, and 4-cylinder stock cars. Racing will begin at 7:30 p.m., with gates opening at 5:30 p.m.

May 25, 2014, 00:57

NEWS
LINCOLN SPEEDWAY DOUBLEHEADER OF USAC AND URC SPRINT CARS ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 4

MACH 1 CHASSIS Presents
LINCOLN SPEEDWAY DOUBLEHEADER OF USAC AND URC SPRINT CARS ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, JUNE 4 SHOWCASES THE TWO OLDEST SPRINT CAR ORGANIZATIONS TOGETHER,  FOR THE FIRST TIME EVER

At Lincoln Speedway, a must-see racing event presented by MACH 1 occurs on Wednesday, June 4 with a super doubleheader event. On this special evening in the “pigeon hills”, the two oldest Sprint Car organizations, USAC and URC will be showcased for the first time ever on the same program.

After a two year absence, the Amsoil USAC Non-Wing Sprint Cars return to the famed track in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania in what will be the second stop of their eighth annual Eastern Storm tour.  In the last AMSOIL USAC Sprint Car event at Lincoln Speedway, Levi Jones, who retired from racing in June 2013, held off a late race charge by Bryan Clauson to claim the victory.  On June 4 on the 3/8 mile dirt oval, Clauson, Brady Bacon, Dave Darland, Tracy Hines, and a host of other hot shoes will do battle in a 30-lap main after time trials and qualifying races.

The exciting two-division show includes the URC Sprint Cars in a 360/358 Super Series contest. The stars of the URC traveling series of 360 Sprints will be joined by many of the top wheelmen from the 358 Sprint Car circuit in Central Pennsylvania for a 25-lap feature. Curt Michael, URC’s eight time champion is a previous feature winner in a 410 sprint at Lincoln, so he’s expected to be a top contender for the win along with Josh Weller,  Robbie Stillwaggon, Davie Franek, Ed Aikin,  Eric Riggins with Mark Smith and his MACH 1 Chassis expected to do double duty.

On Wednesday, June 4, all gates open at 5:00 PM with racing getting underway at 7:30 PM. Grandstand admission is  $25  for adults ,  $20 for Students 12 -17,  $10 for children 6-11 and children under the age of 6 will be admitted free.   The pit fee will be $30 and a pit license will not be required.

Lincoln Speedway is a very popular and "fan friendly" track in the tri-state area, offering great unobstructed viewing from every seat in the grandstands.   The infield is open for watching the races by entering through the fourth turn tunnel.  The slightly elevated asphalt pits have great lighting which allows the fans to watch all of the pit action as well.  The three-eighth mile Lincoln Speedway offers it all, the high speeds that you would see at the "big tracks" with the flair and excitement of the short track "bull rings".

For more information about this event and Lincoln Speedway, please visit www.lincolnspeedway.com<http://www.lincolnspeedway.com>.   For race day information, please call the speedway at 717-624-2755.   For GPS users, the Lincoln Speedway is located at 800 Racetrack Road   Abbottstown, PA  17301. This event is a Bob Miller/Ray Herold  co-promotion.

Event Facts:

Where:  Lincoln Speedway   800 Racetrack Road Abbottstown, PA  17301
Track Phone:  717-624-2755
What: Amsoil USAC Non-Wing Spring Cars & 360/358 Sprints
Date:   Wednesday, June 4
Gates Open:  5 PM
Race Time:  7:30 PM
Admission:  Adults $25,   Students  $20 (12-17),   Children $X(6-10)  Under 6 will be FREE.
PIt Fee:   $30 no license required
Additional Information:  Contact  Bob Miller   443 513 4456


May 17, 2014, 20:51

NEWS : 2014 News & Results
EARLY-EVENING SHOWERS FORCE LINCOLN TO CANCEL SATURDAY PROGRAM

World of Outlaws to invade Pigeon Hills this Wednesday night

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 5/10/2014 – Persistent rain showers into the evening forced Lincoln Speedway promoters to cancel Saturday evening’s May 10th racing program of 410 Sprints, 358 Sprints, and Central PA Legends.

 

And the showers never arrived until the worst possible time.  Despite a forecast for morning and afternoon showers, it didn’t rain a drop until Fred Putney and his crew had the track run in and ready for hotlaps.

 

Thirty-seven “410” sprint cars, 21 “358” sprinters, and 27 Central PA Legends were in the pits for a World of Outlaw tune-up that was going to pay $4,000 to win.

 

Putney and the track crew ran the track in a second time after the first shower hit the track during the driver’s meeting at 6:15 p.m.  Light rain began to fall again when the first group of 358’s were on the track for warm-ups.  The second group was never called out, and promoters through in the towel when radar showed another hour to two hours of on-and-off rain at 8:00 p.m.

 

This coming Wednesday, May 14th, the WORLD OF OUTLAWS will be invading the Pigeon Hills oval. Time trials will get underway at 7:30 PM. Special Pit gates open at 3 PM, with general admission gates opening at 4 PM.


May 10, 2014, 20:16

NEWS : 2014 News & Results
SIEGEL WINS SECOND OF YEAR IN 11TH ANNUAL WELDON STERNER MEMORIAL
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Campbell wins second of Lincoln career in 358 sprints; Hunter Nester scores first Lincoln win in All-American Outlaws

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 5/3/2014 – Jim Siegel collected the $7,000 top prize in claiming the 33-lap 410 sprint car feature win in the 11th Annual Weldon Sterner memorial at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

 

A heavy and tacky track resulting from a 45-minute rain delay made for super-fast speeds, and the last 25 laps went non-stop.

 

“Oh, man…I’m whipped. It was a tough race track. It was fast all night and pretty demanding,” said Siegel upon exiting the Mason-Dixon Vault Company #59 in victory lane.

 

Siegel started on the front row beside polesitter Brian Leppo, who was subbing for vacationing Brian Montieth and the Jerry Parrish #21, which carried the Sterner Cement #69 logo on the top wing.

 

Leppo grabbed the lead at the outset and led the first seven laps before bobbling in turn two and opening the door for Siegel’s race-winning move.

 

“Brian got up front there and I didn’t know if I’d catch him. I think he was pushing real hard,” said Siegel, “It was only the second time he was in the car, so he was trying to feel things out a little bit and got over the cushion and I got by him.”

 

Siegel led the rest of the way, despite late-race pressure from Greg Hodnett, who set fast time on the night, started sixth and caught Leppo for second on lap 11. Leppo settled for third, with Kyle Moody and Gerard McIntyre, Jr. completing the top five. Moody and McIntyre both finished where they started.

 

“With all those (early) cautions, I was worried about my tire bleeding down. But we got going there,” said Siegel, “I got to lapped traffic, and they’re tough. (Fred) Rahmer’s boys ran 13.4’s in time trials and it’s, like, they’re sixth race! There’s a lot of good competition out here, and the race seemed to last forever. We put a fresh Don Ott engine in tonight, and it just ripped all night.”

 

Sixth through tenth were 21st-starting and hard-charger Danny Dietrich (who actually went to the pits and made repairs after losing a front wing in a multi-car crash in turn two of lap three), Robbie Kendall, Alan Krimes, Cory Haas, and 18th-starting Lance Dewease.

 

Heats for the 410 sprinters were won by Kendall, Siegel, Freddie Rahmer, and Leppo, with Glenndon Forsythe winning the consolation. Fast time in time trials over the 34-car field was set by Greg Hodnett with a one-lap time of 13.156 seconds (102.615 MPH).

 

16-year-old Matt Campbell, still on his six-month learning permit to drive a car in Pennsylvania, came from eighth starting spot to grab the lead from polesitter Ryan Higgins on lap four and drove to a convincing 2.97-second win in the 20-lap 358 sprint car feature.

 

It was Campbell’s second career Lincoln win and third career win overall.

 

12th-starting Niki Young reclaimed the points lead with a second-place finish, followed by Tyler Esh, Chandler Leiby, and Mike Bittinger in the Michael Markey #31.

 

Heats for the 24 358 sprinters were won by Brie Hershey, Esh, and Leiby.

 

Hunter Nester claimed his first career Lincoln win in the 20-lap All-American Outlaw feature. Nester started beside polesitter Randy Doty and followed Doty the first lap before Doty suddenly slowed on the back stretch and came to a stop on lap two.

 

Nester received race-long pressure from Tim Fake, who was actually scored the leader in side-by-side racing on laps 14 and 15. Nester reclaimed the lead from Fake on lap 16, and led the rest of the way, with Fake fading to fourth at the end.

 

Dylan Keim made a late-race charge to cross second, with Kurt Zimmerman coming from 15th-starting spot to finish third.

Rounding out the top five was Jim Minter.

 

Heats for the 20 All American Outlaws were won by Doty and Nester.

May 3, 2014, 23:59

358 SPRINTS : Driver Roster
358 Sprint Driver Roster

358 SPRINT ROSTER

No. Driver Hometown No. Driver Hometown
1 Rick Horn York Haven, PA 29 Chris Arnold Dillsburg, PA
2D Chase Dietz York, PA 31 Mike Markey New Oxford, PA
3W Duane Watson Abbottstown, PA 35 Tyler Esh Lancaster, PA
4R Kevin Nouse Mechanicsburg, PA 38 Mark Strickler York, PA
5A Brian Allman Red Lion, PA 38D Kyle Denmyer Joppa, MD
9R Brent Rumberger Carlisle, PA 45 Jeff Rohrbaugh York, PA
10 Zach Eucalano Spring Grove, PA 66 Doug Hammaker Grantville, PA
16 Matt Campbell Fawn Grove, PA 66A Cody Fletcher East Berlin, PA
19 Troy Wagaman, Jr.   89 Ashley Cappetta East Berlin, PA
21 C.J. Tracy York, PA 91 Niki Young East Berlin, PA
23 Todd Rittenhouse, Jr. Norristown, PA 97 Brie Hershey Dillsburg, PA
28 Matt Findley York Springs, PA 119 Chandler Leiby Carlisle, PA


May 1, 2014, 21:15

410 SPRINTS : Driver Roster
410 Sprint Driver Roster

410 SPRINT ROSTER

No. Driver Hometown No. Driver Hometown
0 Rick Lafferty Pennington, NJ  35 Steve Owings Westminster, PA
2 Tim Thomas Emaus, PA 36 Billy Pauch, Jr. Frenchtown, NJ
2W Glenndon Forsythe York, PA 37 JJ Grasso Middletown, DE
4 John Rudisill New Oxford, PA 48 Danny Dietrich Aspers, PA
6K Chris Knopp Glennville, PA 51 Freddie Rahmer Salfordville, PA
8 Billy Dietrich Biglerville, PA 52 Austin Hogue Manchestyer, PA
11C Cory Haas Dallastown, PA B52 Scott Geesey Wellsville, PA
12 Mike Bittinger Abbottstown, PA 55K Robbie Kendall Cantonsville, PA
14 Lance Dewease Fayetteville, PA 56 Tim Wagaman Hanover, PA
15 Adam Wilt York, PA 56 Tim Wilson Birdsboro, PA
16 Gerard McIntyre, Jr. New Oxford, PA 59 Jim Siegel New Oxford, PA
19M Brent Marks Myerstown, PA 59A Alex Schanz Manheim, PA
20S Derek Sell Royersford, PA 63 Chad Kemenah Findlay, OH
21 Brian Montieth Phoenixville, PA 69 Shane Hoff New Oxford, PA
21A Will Rose Baltimore, MD 85 Nathan Berwager York Springs, PA
21K Kyle Reinhardt Neptune City, NJ 87 Alan Krimes Denver, PA
21T Scott Fisher East Berlin, PA 88 Brandon Rahmer Salfordville, PA
22 Cole Duncan Lockbourne, OH 91 Niki Young East Berlin, PA
22T Matt Boland Dover, PA 91 David Quackenbush Springfield, VA
24B Dustin Baney Selinsgrove, PA 92 Tyler Ross Lincoln University, PA
27 Greg Hodnett York, PA 99M Kyle Moody Lewisberry, PA
29 Ryan Wilson Maytown, PA


May 1, 2014, 18:58

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

410 SPRINT ALL-TIME WIN LIST (1953-2014)

4/26/2014 Total Features: 1531
  DRIVER FIRST RECENT TOTAL WINS 2014 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 Cris Eash May 20, 1989 August 9, 2008 42  
7 Brian Montieth July 15, 1995 October 12, 2013 41  
8 Lance Dewease October 17, 1992 September 25, 2010 36  
9 Johnny Mackison Sr. July 1, 1955 August 18, 1962 35  
10 Van May May 17, 1975 July 3, 1986 28  
11 Greg Hodnett September 25, 1999 July 18, 2013 27  
12 Steve Siegel May 1, 1982 May 26, 2001 25  
13 Stevie Smith May 11, 1985 July 4, 2013 24  
14 Doug Esh June 1, 2002 March 12, 2011 24  
15 Donnie Kreitz Jr. August 27, 1983 August 15, 1998 21  
16 Bud Folkenroth August 20, 1954 July 10, 1965 20  
17 Bobby Hersh July 11, 1959 September 7, 1963 20  
18 Danny Dietrich June 20, 2009 March 22, 2014 19 1
19 Dan Dietrich April 25, 1987 August 19, 1995 19  
20 Steve Kinser July 19, 1980 June 3, 1995 16  

May 1, 2014, 10:05


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