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NEWS : 2017 News & Results Last Updated: Oct 14th, 2017 - 22:33:52

NEWS : 2017 News & Results
2017 Lincoln Speedway Awards Banquet

2017 Lincoln Speedway Awards Banquet

Saturday, November 18, 2017

 

Wyndham Garden York Hotel

2000 Loucks Road, York, PA 17408

doors open @ 6:00 p.m.

dinner @ 7:00 p.m.

 

Entree:

Chicken breast stuffed with traditional filling

Hickory smoked ham

Red skin potatoes

Buttered corn

Warm apple crisp served with vanilla ice cream & caramel sauce

 

Beer & set-ups provided

Cash bar will be available (BYOB not permitted)

Music by Bill Cappetta

 

Tickets are $35.00 each. Due to space limitations, only 400 tickets will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Tickets may be ordered by sending a check made payable to:

Sel-Wil, Inc.

134 Sarasota Circle

Carlisle, PA  17015

 

If you would like to make reservations, you may do so at the Lincoln Speedway office.  Money is due within one week of reservations.

The deadline to order tickets is Saturday, November 11, 2017


Oct 14, 2017, 22:22

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2017 MANUFACTURER’S APPRECIATION RACE

Hank Gentzler Memorial

2017 MANUFACTURER’S APPRECIATION RACE

LINCOLN SPEEDWAY

Presented by: PANCHO’S RACING PRODUCTS

Following is a listing of the companies that are participating in the 2017 Manufacturer’s Appreciation Race at Lincoln Speedway on Saturday, October 7, 2017. This event would not be possible without their help and the efforts of Pancho Lawler of Pancho’s Racing Products. Thank you to everyone for making this event a success!

  • Hank’s Performance Products
  • Pancho’s Racing Products 
  • Capitol Custom Trailers
  • CHOP Designs
  • KSE Steering
  • ISC Racers Tape
  • Don Ott Racing Engines
  • HTMA – Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic
  • DMI – Diversified Machine Inc.
  • Moose Blocks
  • Mach-1 Chassis
  • Triple X Chassis
  • Trick Shot Lubricants
  • Robinson Racing Products
  • Rider Racing Engines
  • Kreitz Oval Track Parts
  • Fastener Specialties
  • Quick Car Racing Products
  • K-1 Racing Suits
  • BRMS Brown & Miller
  • Wings Unlimited
  • Lee Products – Jay Krout
  • Winters Rear Ends & Performance Products
  • FK Rod Ends
  • Ultra-Shield Seats


Oct 5, 2017, 23:15

NEWS : 2017 News & Results
LANCE DEWEASE EARNS FIRST DIRT CLASSIC WIN AND COLLECTS $20,000 PRIZE

Lance Dewease Wins $20,000 "Dirt Classic"

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 9/23/2017 – In his victory lane interview, Lance Dewease mentioned he hadn’t been good all night. Turns out he was good enough to win his first Dirt Classic and take home $20,000 on Saturday Night at Lincoln Speedway.

 

Winner of the 2nd Dirt Classic, Brian Montieth, started on the pole of the main event with Gerard McIntyre Jr. on the outside. Montieth took the lead on the start with McIntyre settled in second.

 

The leaders hit lapped traffic on lap 7. As Montieth worked his way through lapped traffic he hit the wall on lap 10 opening the door for McIntyre to take the lead.

 

Montieth caught a break when Tyler Ross spun out in turn 4 on lap 11 bringing out the caution. McIntyre was able to hold off Montieth on the restart and held the lead until Cory Haas got turned around on lap 15 in turn 1 bringing out another caution. McIntyre couldn’t hold off Montieth on the restart and Montieth took the lead back on lap 16.

 

Anthony Macri flipped in turns 1 and 2 bringing out the red flag on lap 26. As the field was lining up for the restart, the right rear on the leader’s car was going flat. Montieth took the green flag for the restart but his tire did not hold up allowing eighth place starter Lance Dewease to take the lead passing both Montieth and McIntyre.

 

Montieth pulled off the track on lap 27, ending his night and his attempt at being the second repeat winner of the Dirt Classic.

 

After some contact with Danny Dietrich on the front stretch, Freddie Rahmer brought out the caution on lap 32 with a flat tire.

 

Dewease held onto his lead on the restart with McIntyre in second and a charging Dietrich in third. Dietrich got around McIntyre on lap 37 and had his eyes set on Dewease. Three laps were not enough for Dietrich to catch him and Dewease took the checkered flag with a 1.05 second advantage over Dietrich.

 

Lucas Wolfe crossed the line third, Gerard McIntyre held on to finish fourth and James McFadden completed the top 5.

 

Hard charger of the night, JJ Grasso finished sixth from his 20th starting spot. Greg Hodnett, Chad Trout, Kerry Madsen and Matt Campbell rounded out the top 10.

 

The Dirt Classic brings a unique race format to Central Pennsylvania. Points are awarded for time trials and two sets of heat races. The cars run the first set of heat races lined up based on time trial results and the second set is lined up in reverse. The top 20 drivers in points after time trials and heat races were locked into the main event. The remaining cars ran a B-main with the top 4 tagging the rear of the A-main.

 

Thirty-seven cars were on hand at Lincoln Speedway for the 4th Dirt Classic on Saturday Night. Drivers of the 37-car field represented 11 states and Australia.

 

TJ Stutts set fast time with a lap of 13.547 seconds averaging 99.653mph around the 3/8-mile oval.

 

The first set of heat races were won by TJ Stutts, Brian Brown, Lucas Wolfe, Gerard McIntyre and Freddie Rahmer. When the field was set up in reverse the heat winners were Tim Wagaman, Danny Dietrich, Brock Zearfoss, Kerry Madsen and JJ Grasso.

 

Tyler Ross, Alan Krimes, Brock Zearfoss and Matt Campbell transferred out of the B-main to complete the 24-car field for the main event.

 

During the driver’s meeting, it was announced that the 2018 Dirt Classic will pay $25,000 to win and $1,500 to start the main event.

 

Next Saturday, Saturday, September 30th, Lincoln Speedway will be idle to allow drivers and fans to attend other local big season-ending big races.

 

In two weeks, Saturday, October 7th, at 6 PM, Lincoln Speedway will run its final race of 2017 with the running of the BOB LEIBY MEMORIAL (Rescheduled from Sept. 2nd) along with the HANK GENTZLER MEMORIAL MANUFACTURERS APPRECIATION RACE PRESENTED BY PANCHO’S RACING PRODUCTS featuring the 410 Sprinters, along with the 358 Sprints who will go one last time for points in the season-long battle for the Lincoln Speedway 358 Sprint track championship. The All-American Outlaws will round out the 2017 season finale. Gates will open at 4 PM.


Sep 23, 2017, 22:43

NEWS : 2017 News & Results
CURT MICHAEL WINS LAST LAP THRILLER IN URC/358 SPRINT CHALLENGE

Bryan Bernheisel wires the field to win the Precise Racing Products 358 Late Model Feature

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA, 9/16/2017 - Ocean View, DE driver Curt Michael showed why he is a nine-time URC champion Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway as he took advantage of a last lap restart to slide under race-leader Doug Hammaker in the final turns to the checkered and hang on to win the special 25-lap MACH 1 Trailer Services URC/358 Sprint Challenge. In the process Michael not only collected the $3,000 winners’ purse, but the bragging rights for winning the URC/358 Sprint Challenge.

 

“I’m sure glad to win and take home MACH 1 Trailer Services $1,000…I appreciate it!, “said a jubilant Curt Michael in regards to the added race sponsorship money which raised the winner’s purse to $3,000 for the night.

 

The final lap drama was set up when a caution for debris was thrown as the leaders took the white flag with one lap to go. Sixth-starting Hammaker had taken the lead from polesitter and race-long leader Chris Coyle on the 15th lap and appeared to be on his way to the 25-lap feature win.

 

Seventh-starting Michael was frantically trying to keep pace with the leaders and got by Coyle for the runner-up spot a lap later on lap 16.

 

Michael got his first chance to challenge Hammaker for the top spot with a caution restart with three laps to go. But Hammaker got a good restart and easily kept Michael behind him.

 

Debris in turns one and two brought out the caution just as the leaders got the white flag signaling one lap to go, giving Michael one more shot at the win.

 

Michael was able to keep pace with Hammaker as they took the green in one-lap shoot-out to the checkers. Heading into the final turns to the checkered Michael dove to the bottom of turns three and four and was able to slide up in front of Hammaker as they exited the turn with the checkered flag waving. Hammaker tried to dive under Michael exiting the final turn and outrace him to the checkered. But he didn’t have enough speed to get it done as Michael edged out Hammaker for the win.

 

But the excitement didn’t end there.

 

As Michael and Hammaker took the checkered, Michael took his foot off the throttle and slowed. Hammaker appeared to still be at full throttle as they approached turn one and caught the right-front wheel Michaels. Hammaker then was launched into a series of violent end-over-end flips and came to a rest along the outer concrete wall with Michaels spinning on three wheels also sliding into the wall backwards.

 

After picking up the pieces of his damaged winning sprint car, Michaels’ Bill Gallagher-owned GEI/Valley Forge, Inc./Kruger Trailers/Lelands.com/BK Trucking was towed to the post-race scales and then finally to victory lane.

 

“I got a read on how (Hammaker) was restarting the race on the restart before that last one,” said Michael on his final lap restart strategy. “He got me on that restart before (lap 22), he caught me sleeping. That next one (the final lap) I stayed on him. I wasn’t sure if I could get a good enough run on him to slide him and win the race.”

 

Meanwhile Hammaker slowly got out of his destroyed car and was eventually transported to a local hospital where it was it later reported he had a fractured right leg, a very bruised left leg, and a sore right hand/wrist.

 

The enormity of the moment was not lost on Michael in victory lane.

 

“I can’t thank these guys enough who showed up,” exclaimed Michael when asked about the huge turn-out for the special URC/358 Challenge. “54 cars! URC winning the thing! I couldn’t thank them (racers) enough for showing up…we could have a real nice rivalry between URC and the 358s here. I also want to thank these fans for showing up. I know we’re up against the Selinsgrove National Open tonight but I think we put on a pretty good show for the fans that did show up.”

 

And the show didn’t stop with just the first and second place cars of Michael and Hammaker. 23rd-starting Tyler Ross advanced 20 positions after 25 laps to finish third. Early-race leader Coyle settled for fourth and 12th-starting Josh Weller fifth.

 

Completing the top-10 were 21st-starting Todd Gracey, Scott Fisher, 15th-starting Brent Shearer, Bryn Gohn, and 16th-starting Ashley Cappetta.

 

Heats for the 54 sprinters were won by Chris Allen, Jr., Chandler Leiby, Jeff Halligan, Gohn, and Hammaker. Twin consolation were won by Gracey and Steve Drevicki.

 

 

Jonestown’s Bryan Bernheisel was the class of the Precise Racing Products 358 Late Model field as he led all 20 laps from his pole position to pick-up his first career Lincoln Speedway win.

 

But the win was not easy as he had to hold off Gene Kanub, Bobby Beard, Cam Zeigler, and Robbie Emory over the closing laps for the win.

 

Completing the top-10 were Ryan Walls, Alan Sagi, Precise Racing Products Series point leader Travis Mease, Sean Merkel, and Bryon Sipe.

 

Heats for the 24 358 Late Models on hand were won by Bryan Bernheisel, Cam Zeigler and Bobby Beard.

 

Next Saturday, Saturday, September 23rd, Lincoln will hosts its’ biggest race of the year with the FOURTH ANNUAL “DIRT CLASSIC” for the 410 Sprints ($20,000 to win) PLUS FIREWORKS. Time trials are scheduled for 7:30 PM. Pit gates will open at 3:30 PM, admission for advanced ticket holders 3:45 PM, with race night tickets going on sale at 4 PM.


Sep 16, 2017, 22:35

NEWS : 2017 News & Results
RAIN CANCELS SEPT. 2ND RACING PROGRAM - MONTIETH CHAMP!

Inaugural Bob Leiby Memorial Rescheduled for Oct. 7th Season Finale

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA – 9/2/2017 – Persistent rain showers through the morning and into the afternoon has forced Lincoln Speedway promoters to cancel tonight’s September 2nd racing program. The Inaugural Bob Leiby Memorial has been rescheduled to now be a part of the October 7th season-ending Manufacturers Appreciation race. Additionally, the fireworks display scheduled for tonight has been moved to the September 16th Dirt Classic.

 

With the cancelation of tonight’s September 2nd racing, so is the final scheduled point race for the 410 sprinters and thus ends the season-long battle for the coveted track championship. With that said, Phoenixville’s Brian Montieth claims the 2017 Lawrence Chevrolet 410 Sprint Track Championship by 225 points over the defending track champion Alan Krimes. It is Montieth’s 6th track title at the Pigeon Hills oval over the last 10 years (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2015, 2017).

 

Lincoln Speedway will be dark next weekend (September 9th), returning to action on Saturday, September 16th with the URC/358 Sprint Challenge and 358 Late Models. With the battle for 358 sprint track championship running through the the October 7th season-finale, all URC/358 sprinters in competition that night will be awarded 100 Lincoln Speedway “show-up” points-only.

 

In addition to the 360/358 sprint challenge and 358 late models on September 16th, there will be a special appearance of the Eastern Museum of Motor Racing (EMMR) and Pen-Mar Vintage Race Car Club. Racing action is scheduled to get underway at 7:30 PM, with general admission gates opening at 5:30 PM for the fans.

 

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

 

REMAINDER OF 2017 RACING SCHEDULE:

Saturday, September 9, 2017 - NO RACING

 

Saturday, September 16, 2017 (7:30 PM) - URC/358 Sprint Challenge (100 show up points for all URC/358 sprint drivers in competition), 358 Late Models, PLUS the Eastern Museum of Motor Racing (EMMR) & Pen-Mar Vintage Race Car Club

 

Saturday, September 23, 2017 (Time Trials @ 7:30 PM) - FOURTH ANNUAL “DIRT CLASSIC” - 410 Sprints ($20,000 to win) PLUS FIREWORKS

 

Saturday, September 30, 2017 - NO RACING

 

Saturday, October 7, 2017 (6 PM) - FINAL RACE OF 2017/BOB LEIBY MEMORIAL/HANK GENTZLER MEMORIAL MANUFACTURERS APPRECIATION RACE PRESENTED BY PANCHO’S RACING PRODUCTS - 410 Sprints, 358 Sprints & All-American Outlaws (Rain date, Sunday, 10/8 @ 6 PM)

 


Sep 2, 2017, 14:05

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REMAINDER OF 2017 RACING SCHEDULE

REMAINDER OF 2017 RACING SCHEDULE
as of 8/29/2017

NEXT EVENT:
Saturday, September 2, 2017 (7:30 PM)
BOB LEIBY MEMORIAL
410 Sprints, 358 Sprints & Central PA Legends plus FIREWORKS

  • 410 Sprints - $4,000 to Win. Increased payoff for all 24 positions
  • 358 Sprints - $1,200 to Win. Extra $100 for 2nd and an extra $50 for finishing postions 3rd thru 10th.
  • Central PA Legends - $400 to Win. Extra $25 for finishing positions 2 thru 5.

[***Final points race for 410 Sprints***]
| Adults $17 | Pits $25 | Students (12 to 17 years old) $10 | Children (11 and under) FREE |
Gates open at 5:30 PM

UPCOMING EVENTS:
Saturday, September 9, 2017
NO RACING

Saturday, September 16, 2017 (7:30 PM)
URC/358 Sprint Challenge
(100 show up points for all 358 drivers in attendance)
358 Late Models, Eastern Museum of Motor Racing (EMMR) & Pen-Mar Vintage Race Car Club
| Adults $15 | Pits $25 | Students (12 to 17 years old) $10 | Children (11 and under) FREE |
Gates open at 5:30 PM

Saturday, September 23, 2017 (Time Trials @ 7:30 PM)
FOURTH ANNUAL “DIRT CLASSIC”
410 Sprints ($20,000 to win)
Adults $30 - Students $15  Pit Fee $40

Saturday, September 30, 2017
NO RACING

Saturday, October 7, 2017 (6 PM)
FINAL RACE OF 2017
HANK GENTZLER MEMORIAL MANUFACTURERS APPRECIATION RACE
PRESENTED BY PANCHO’S RACING PRODUCTS

410 Sprints, 358 Sprints & All-American Outlaws
[Final points race for 358 Sprints]
[Rain date, Sunday, 10/8 @ 6 PM]
| Adults $15 | Pits $30 | Students (12 to 17 years old) $10 | Children (11 and under) FREE |
Gates open at 4 PM


Aug 29, 2017, 19:36

NEWS : 2017 News & Results
DIETRICH EDGES MONTEITH IN ANOTHER LINCOLN 410 SPRINT CAR CLASSIC
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Doug Hammaker makes last-lap pass for 358 sprint win; Bob Stough claims Central PA Legends feature win

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA – August 26, 2017 – It was another race for the ages at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night.

 

Danny Dietrich looked like he was on his way to a convincing win from his 11th starting spot after grabbing lead from polesitter and race-long leader Scott Fisher on the backstretch of lap 12 and dominating the next seven laps.

 

But enter 12th-starting and Lincoln points leader Brian Montieth.

 

A lap 19 red flag for a flipping Robbie Kendall, who turned over while trying to avoid a spinning Fisher in turns three and four Matt Campbell and Montieth in second and third for the restart and erased a three-second lead by Dietrich.

 

Montieth took the runner-up spot immediately after the restart, and set his sights on Dietrich with five laps to go.

He chased the seven-time Lincoln winner into lapped traffic with two laps to go, and actually drove around Dietrich for the lead in turns one and two of the last lap. Dietrich returned the favor the final turns for his 38th career Lincoln win and $3,769 top prize, which included a $200 bonus and a $200 hard-charger award from race sponsors McSherrystown Moose Lodge #720 and Lawrence’s Body Shop, and a $169 bonus in memory of Chris Glatfelter on the anniversary of his passing.

 

“I knew I wasn’t very good. It seemed like after the red…we ran a right rear that we ran 10 or 14 laps in the feature at the Grove last night,” said Dietrich in victory lane, “It just felt like it was going away. I kept getting tight in the left rear and was just overdriving the car. I reached for the wing trying to move it forward and there was no more ‘forward’ to go, so I knew I was going to be in trouble and it was a matter of hanging on.”

 

“I made a bad move there going into one and he drove around me and I just thought I’d better go to the top because I didn’t figure he was going to follow anybody on the top going into three,” said Dietrich in describing the final lap, “I figured I’d take my shot and go there. I ran front bumper into (Dwayne) Gutshall just to make sure there wasn’t any gap for him to get into.”

 

“Sometimes you’re that good that early that you worry that maybe you’re too good too early,” continued Dietrich, “I think that was the case tonight. Brian’s car came in good and he’s always tough, especially when you get to racing hard like we did there that last lap. I knew he had to be on me before that, but I couldn’t roll the cushion with the left rear too tight and I had to roll out of the throttle. Glad to be standing here to get a win for this team.”

 

Campbell settled for third, with defending track champ Alan Krimes and Freddie Rahmer fifth. Sixth through tenth were Brandon Rahmer, Cory Haas, Chad Trout, Tim Wagaman, and Gerard McIntyre, Jr.

 

Heats for the 25 “410” Sprints on hand were won by Montieth, Glenndon Forsythe, and McIntyre.

 

 

Doug Hammaker came from ninth starting spot to make a last-lap pass and score the win in the fourth leg of the five-race K1 Race Gear 358 Sprint Car Summer Series event.

 

It looked like 12th-starting Chase Dietz, who had a four-second lead with five laps to go, was well on his way to the win before he suddenly slowed on the front stretch with a flat tire, as did third-place Jack Eldreth at the same time, bringing out the caution on lap 24. That handed the lead over to Troy Wagaman, Jr., who came from 17th starting spot, with Hammaker right behind.

 

On the restart, Wagaman held Hammaker off on lap 24, but Hammaker made the race-winning pass going into turns one and two of the final lap. Jeff Halligan, who came from the rear after an early-race spin, also drove under Wagaman in turn two of the final lap and finished second, with Wagaman settling for third, Tyler Ross fourth, and Cody Fletcher fifth.

 

Sixth through tenth were 21st-starting Kyle Denmyer, 23rd-starting Chris Frank (the hard charger), 22nd-starting Steve Drevicki, 24th-starting Trey Hivner, and point leader Adrian Shaffer, who came back through the field following a 13th-lap spin.

 

Heats for the 34 “358” Sprints on hand were won by Jake Eldreth, Jon Stewart, Kody Hartlaub, and Nyle Berkes, with Kyle Denmyer winning the consolation.

 

Bob Stough out-dueled three-time winner Mason Chaney to score his first win of the year in the 20-lap Central PA Legends feature. Stough took advantage of a 12-car inversion to start fourth in the feature, and wrestled the lead away from Chaney on lap 13. He led the rest of the way, with Lucas Montgomery catching Chaney on the final lap to finish second. Fourth and fifth behind Chaney were Travis McClelland and Donnie Leiby, in his best-ever Lincoln finish.

 

Stough’s win completed his return from an early-second injury (broken wrist). It was his eighth career Lincoln Legends win.

 

Heats for the 31 Central PA Legends were won by Hayden Pascoe, Chad Earnst, and Montgomery, with Scott Smith winning the consolation.


Aug 26, 2017, 23:35

NEWS : 2017 News & Results
FORSYTHE SCORES FIRST ARTIC CAT ALL-STAR WIN AT LINCOLN
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CHANEY MAKES LAST TURN PASS TO EDGE MONTGOMERY IN CENTRAL PA LEGENDS

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA – August 19, 2017 – One thing can be said about Glenndon Forsythe’s first career All-Star Circuit of Champions win at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night. He earned it.

 

Forsythe joined Cory Haas on the front row of the 30-lap $5,000 to win feature by virtue of winning their respective dashes. Haas led the first lap, but Forsythe led the rest, holding several challengers through heavy lapped traffic, including a breathtaking move through three lapped cars to hold off Haas and Danny Dietrich through turns and four of lap 28.

 

“That’s Lincoln. If you race enough green flag laps here, you’re going to get to lapped traffic,” said a jubilant Forsythe in victory lane, “I need to get better at it, but I did enough to stay out front, and I still can’t believe we’re here tonight.”

 

The race-saving move came just before a caution for a stopped Tim Wagaman in turn four of lap 29, setting up a green-white-checkered finish. On the subsequent restart, Dietrich spun in turn two while trying to slide under Haas for second, with All-Star points leader Chad Kemenah assuming for the final restart.

 

“I saw the scoreboard there with Cory (Haas) and Danny (Dietrich)there. Cory had been there the whole race, so he wasn’t slackin’, and I was happy to see that yellow come out. I was terrible in lapped traffic, and I was falling out of the seat and needed break. I got the break when I needed it,” said Forsythe, “I can’t be happier for (car owner) Norm Wisner and this whole team. Sponsor Dynatech Controls had its company picnic out in the parking lot this afternoon, so I’m happy for that.”

 

Kemenah did catch Haas for second on the final restart when Haas slid high trying to get by Forsythe for the race lead and crossed a close second, with Haas settling for third, Freddie Rahmer fourth, and Matt Campbell fifth.

Sixth through tenth were 13th-starting Alan Krimes, Tim Shaffer, 18th-starting Robbie Kendall, Brian Montieth (who came from the rear after an early-race spin), and 21st-starting Anthony Macri.

 

Sprint heats were won by Shaffer, Ryan Smith, Dietrich, and Kemenah, with Chad Trout winning the B-Main. A pair of dashes were won by Haas and Forsythe, and fast time in time trials over the 40-car All Star Sprint field was set by Caleb Helms with a 1-lap time of 13.401-seconds (100.739 MPH).

 

Littlestown’s Mason Chaney made a last-turn pass on Lucas Montgomery and led the final 100 yards to score his third Lincoln win of the year and the fourth of his Lincoln career in the 20-lap Central PA Legends feature,

 

Chaney, who was credited with a win in his heat despite crossing backwards after tangling with Harlon Leppo at the end, started third. Scott Smith led the first four laps before yielding to fifth-starting Montgomery, who led until the final turn.

Chaney, who spun but kept going when Leppo again made contact with him in turns three and four of lap 13, assumed second for the restart and dogged Montgomery the rest of the way.

 

The race for the lead became a three-car battle when Hayden Pascoe joined the chase with four laps to go.

 

Chaney drove under Montgomery on the final turn to the checkered, with Montgomery settling for second and Pascoe third. 15-starting Bob Stough came on late to finish fourth, with Bill Diehl fifth.

 

Heats for the 28 Central PA Legends were won by Travis Perry, Smith, and Leppo, with Zachary Settle winning the consolation.

 

Next Saturday, August 26th, it will be the rescheduled McSherrystown Moose Lodge #720 Night and the second of two York County Racing Club Nights on the year. The 410 Sprints will be joined by the 358 Sprints in a “K1 RaceGear 358 Sprint Summer Series” event and the Central PA Legends. Gates open at 5:30 p.m., with racing action to get underway at 7:30 p.m

 

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


Aug 19, 2017, 23:45

NEWS : 2017 News & Results
AUGUST 12TH RACING PROGRAM CANCELED DUE TO RAIN
WE HAVE CANCELED TONIGHT'S AUGUST 12TH RACING PROGRAM DUE TO RAIN!
Aug 12, 2017, 17:29

NEWS : 2017 News & Results
FREDDIE RAHMER WINS WILD 410 SPRINT CAR FEATURE AT LINCOLN SPEEDWAY
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Shearer 12th different winner in 15 races in 358 sprints; Charlie Summers takes Dizzy Dean Memorial in Classic Cars

 

ABBOTTSTOWN, PA – August 5, 2017 – Freddie Rahmer has struggled at Lincoln this year, but he had ‘em covered in scoring his second win of the year in the 25-lap feature for 410 sprint cars in the Pigeon Hills Saturday night.

 

“I just want to win,” said Rahmer upon exiting his Leffler Energy/Miller Brothers Chevrolet/Trans East Equipment #51 in victory lane, “I want more nights like tonight.”

 

Saturday was night number-one of the Lincoln/Susquehanna/Trail-Way tri-track “Shootout,” and a redraw for the front 12 cars placed Rahmer sixth for the start. He drove into the top five by the end of the second lap and passed Chad Trout for fourth a lap later. In the meantime, polesitter Gerard McIntyre, Jr. was leading the field.

 

Rahmer hung in fourth for the next 16 laps while Chase Dietz and Glenndon Forsythe battled for position chasing McIntyre for the race lead.

 

Dietz struck both the turn two and turn four walls several times and slowed on lap 19, just before the red flag waved for a four-car tangle in turns one and two that saw Scott Fisher roll onto his side. Dietz went to the pits during the red and did not return.

 

On the subsequent restart, Rahmer and Montieth lined up second and third, with Forsythe now fourth.

 

That led to a three-car battle for the lead, with Rahmer driving under McIntyre when McIntyre hopped the cushion in turn four of the 19th lap, allowing both Rahmer and Montieth to slip by. A caution flag flew a lap later, as the side panel on the front wing of Montieth became dislodged and landed on the backstretch. McIntyre slid back in front of Montieth on the restart and Montieth wrestled with his ill-handling car. Forsythe reclaimed third from Montieth on lap 23.

 

“They started to get free and I was waiting on lapped traffic,” said Rahmer, “I made my move when I had to on that restart. We’ve been fast at the Grove and on the big tracks, but we’ve struggled here a little. I need to stop worrying about the car and just drive.”

 

Crossing fifth behind Rahmer, McIntyre, Forsythe, and Montieth was ninth-starting Cory Haas, with Jim Siegel, Alan Krimes, Trout, Brandon Rahmer, and Tim Wagaman finishing sixth through tenth.

 

Heats for the 26 “410” Sprinters were won by Tyler Ross, Haas, and Montieth, with Tim Glatfelter winning the consolation.

 

Brent Shearer raced to his first win of the year and second career Lincoln win in the 20-lap “358” sprint car feature. He started sixth and caught polesitter and race-long leader Kody Hartlaub for the top spot on lap 13. He led the rest of the way, with 11th-starting Doug Hammaker coming on strong at the end to finish second. Hartlaub settled for third, followed by point leader Adrian Shaffer and Cody Fletcher.

 

Heats for the 27 “358” Sprinters were won by Todd Gracey, Jordan Givler, and Fletcher, with Steve Wilbur winning the consolation.

 

Charlie Summers was the winner of the 20-lap Dizzy Dean Memorial for Classic Cars. Summers started fourth, grabbed the lead from polesitter and race-long leader Neal Reamer on lap 13, and held Reamer off over the final seven laps.

 

Third through fifth were Wes Brown, Joe Brown, and Ron Grove.

 

Heats for the 12 Classic Racing Series cars were won by Joe Brown and Reamer.


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