Selinsgrove Speedway in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, will offer a big payday for the stars and cars of 358 and 360 sprint car competition this Saturday night, September 3rd. The 11th Annual Mach 1 Chassis National Open for 358-360 sprint cars at Selinsgrove Speedway will pay $8,000 to the winner and guarantee at least $500 for each starter of the 35 lap event. The combined event purse is over $36,000. Daryn Pittman, who has the event highlighted on his Labor Day weekend schedule, is the defending race winner.
Also coming up on the Selinsgrove Speedway schedule is the Jim Nace Memorial/29th Annual National Open for 410 Sprint Cars on Saturday, September 17th. (This is not to be confused with the World of Outlaws National Open at Williams Grove Speedway on Sept 30/Oct 1, 2011).
The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series begin their search for gold this weekend- as the greatest sprint car drivers in the world will venture to the upper northwest for three races over a four day period during Labor Day Weekend. “The Gold Rush Tour” comprises of three events in the states of Washington and Oregon; with Skagit Speedway in Alger, Washington being the destination this Friday and Saturday, while Cottage Grove Speedway in Cottage Grove, Oregon will act as the host on Monday.
Steve Kinser and Craig Dollansky lead the World of Outlaws into the weekend with seven wins each in 2011 with the “Greatest Show on Dirt.” Current World of Outlaws point leader, Jason Meyers, currently owns four wins this season on the tour. He has an eighty-seven point going into the weekend’s three race swing. Donny Schatz, Steve Kinser, Paul McMahan, and Craig Dollansky round out the top five in current World of Outlaws Series rankings.
Red Lion, Pennsylvania’s, Cody Darrah, is the most recent winner with the World of Outlaws. The young man picked up the feature win last Saturday night at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada during the Oil City Cup weekend. Darrah was also crowned as the overall Oil City Cup Champion.
Stay tuned right here at www.fullyinjected.com for everything World of Outlaws related this Labor Day Weekend!
Team Fully Injected’s, Joey “Z” Zambotti, will get a second chance this weekend to prove his place in AMA Pro Racing competition. The Kittanning, Pennsylvania native had mechanical issues a few weeks ago when the Lucas Oil AMA Motocross Championship visited Unadilla Motorsports in New Berlin, New York; ending his opportunity to earn a starting spot in the 250 main event. This Saturday, September 3rd, another opportunity will be given to the 24 year old licensed pro, as Round no. 11 of the Lucas Oil AMA Motocross Championship returns to local territory for a Labor Day special in Delmont, Pennsylvania.
Steel City Raceway in Delmont, Pennsylvania, will be the destination of everything motocross this weekend. Riders and fans, alike, will pack the western Pennsylvania facility for an action packed weekend of professional and amateur motocross competition.
Stay tuned right here at www.fullyinjected.com for more information, news, and results concerning Zambotti’s run at AMA gold!
Kekich on the gas – Rick Rarer Photo
The 18 year old, 410 sprint car rookie from Hermitage, Pennsylvania, qualified for the All-Star Circuit of Champions A-main last Saturday night at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania. The third generation driver had to do it the hard way; by way of transferring from the B-main to the A. But, none the less, the young man completed his evening goal and landed himself a spot in the 30 lap, All-Star Ohio Region feature lineup.
Adam Kekich will be back in action next weekend at Mercer Raceway Park!
On Saturday, September 3rd, the best FASTRAK/Pro Late Model competitors in the region will be rolling into Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway for the $2,500 to win, 50 lap- Jook George Classic. Fully Injected’s very own, Mike Reft, has been in gear for this event since it’s announcement on the schedule, and will look to earn the biggest payday of his young career. The multi time winner in Pro Late Model competition at PPMS will have the opportunity to defend his home track this Saturday night; as a large FASTRAK/Pro Late Model car count is expected to attend the monster half mile for the highlighted Labor Day weekend event.
Mike Reft’s weekend may also include a FASTRAK event appearance at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex on Sunday, September 4th. That event is still tentative for the Reft 9R program.
Check back this weekend right here at www.fullyinjected.com for more information, news, and results concerning Mike Reft’s Labor Day weekend events!
ODDS N’ ENDS – Fully Injected’s wrap-up and upcoming challenge!
Team Fully Injected will once again have their hands full; as the All-Star Circuit of Champions will be making their way back to Western PA this weekend to kick off their Labor Day swing through Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Michigan. The three day swing will involve three different tracks, in three different states, on three different days; kicking off a busy month of September for “America’s Series.” That trip will begin on Fully Injected home turf this Friday night, September 2nd, at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania.
Fully Injected teammate, Kevin Schaeffer, ended his Lernerville points run with a third place finish overall in the 2011 standings. He is a former Lernerville Speedway multi-time champion – Rick Rarer Photo
The All-Star Circuit of Champions begin their hike through the upper northeast this weekend at Lernerville Speedway on Friday- with a visit west to Attica Raceway Park in Attica, Ohio, planned on Saturday, and Butler Speedway in Quincy, Michigan on Sunday. Tim Shaffer is the most recent winner with the series; grabbing the $5,000 to win, Ohio region event victory at Mercer Raceway Park this past Saturday evening. All three events this Labor Day weekend are Ohio Region, $5,000 to win races.
Rod George; Lernerville Speedway runner-up in final championship standings – Rick Rarer Photo
With a solid car count expected at Lernerville Speedway this Friday for the All-Star invasion, Fully Injected competitors will have to be more than prepared. The recent weeks have proved much success for the Fully Injected boys at the Sarver 4/10′s mile oval, as top 5 and top 10 finishes continue to flood the stat charts. Hopefully the momentum plays a valuable part in this Friday’s Labor Day Weekend kickoff!
Last weekend at Lernerville Speedway, Fully Injected was privileged to congratulate three finishers inside the top five at the conclusion of the 25 lap sprint car main event. Kittanning, Pennsylvania’s, Rod George, lead the FI effort in capturing a runner-up finish to race winner,Andy McKisson. All-Star Ohio Region hotshoe, Danny Holtgraver, finished third; with fellow former Lernerville Speedway Champion and western Pennsylvania native, Kevin Schaeffer, snagging a 4th place finish. Evan City, Pennsylvania’s, Brandon Spithaler, also turned some heads Friday night at the final sprint car points race of the year at Lernerville Speedway-by winning his heat race in dominate fashion. Fully Injected also had the privilege to congratulate three drivers who finished inside the top five in Lernerville Speedway’s overall 2011 sprint car points championship. Rod George was 2nd; followed by Kevin Schaeffer in third and Brandon Matus, who was fifth. The entire FI team will look to cap off a 2011 Lernerville Speedway season with a solid finish against some of the best sprint car drivers in the county.
On Saturday evening, September 3rd, the All-Stars will venture west to Attica Raceway Park in Attica, Ohio for a one night stop at the always racey fairgrounds bullring. “America’s Series” will have to deal with the always tough Attica sprint car regulars, as well as Fremont/Attica Sprint Title series regulars. Bryan Sebetto is the current FAST point leader; holding just a 13 point margin over Ohio native,Dean Jacobs, with only one round remaining (with that being on September 10th at Fremont). At the conclusion of Saturday night’s Attica invasion, the All-Stars will then venture north to Quincy, Michigan for a Sunday night event at the Butler Speedway. Tim Shaffer is the current All-Star Circuit of Champions national point leader.
Danny will be traveling with the All-Stars over Labor Day weekend – Rick Rarer Photo
Fully Injected’s, Danny Holtgraver, lead the team against the All-Stars this past Saturday night at Mercer Raceway Park. The Pittsburgh native finished 4th against some of the toughest names in the business; including Tim Shaffer, Dale Blaney, Danny Smith, and David Gravel. He, and the rest of the D4 operation, will be traveling to all three stops on the Labor Day swing. Holtgraver continues to mount an impressive campaign in 2011; as he holds a solid top five spot in Ohio Region All-Star points.
Scott Priester, Rod George, and Adam Kekich also qualified for the A-main event against the All-Star Circuit of Champions last Saturday evening. George was a top five finish contender until an early race spin would knock the Kittanning native out of contention. George would have to settle with a 14th place finish; just two spots ahead of fellow Fully Injected veteran, Scott Priester. Priester will hopefully change is recent string of bad luck and put himself back into upfront contention. Last weekend resulted in an early race tangle at Lernerville on Friday night, and engine issues on Saturday night.
Stay tuned for more all week!
Aaron Ott sits 8th in the current Central Pennsylvania sprint car point standings. He is pictured above in action this past Saturday night at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania. He took advantage of an early cancellation on Saturday and ventured east to compete with the All-Stars at Mercer – Rick Rarer Photo.
Central Pennsylvania will be a hot bed of action this Labor Day Weekend; as four full nights of 410 sprint car action become a possibility for all fans and race teams in the region. Williams Grove Speedway, Lincoln Speedway, and Port Royal Speedway all become possibilities for race fans and race teams this weekend; with both Williams Grove and Port Royal offering a double race weekend!
Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, will be offering two big money evening’s this weekend; including the Jack Gunn Memorial Triple 20’s for 410 sprint cars on Friday night – and the Billy Kimmel Memorial for 410’s on Sunday night. Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania, will be on the board during their usual time slot on Saturday evening this weekend- offering sprint car racing and fireworks for the fans. The event will also be the last points race for 410 sprint cars. Last weekend’s cancelled 59th Anniversary show has been rescheduled for Friday night, October 21st.
Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pennsylvania, will be offering 410ci action on Saturday and Monday, respectively. Saturday’s Port Royal Speedway show will highlight the Juniata County Fair opening night; leaving Monday’s Labor Day Classic day race as a last chance effort for fans and teams to participate in the highly anticipated weekend of 410 action. This year’s Labor Day Classic at Port Royal is celebrating its 60th birthday.
Lance Dewease is still on top of the Central Pennsylvania point standings with six wins; followed by Greg Hodnett, and Fred Rahmer, respectively.
Stay tuned at www.fullyinjected.com for more information, news, and results from Central Pennsylvania’s Labor Day weekend!
Jared Miley and the entire Jared Miley Racing team will be venturing south to Middlebourne, West Virginia this weekend to take part in America’s richest short track event. The UFO/World of Outlaws Late Model Series sanctioned event at Tyler County Speedway over Labor Day Weekend boasts a purse of over $180,000; giving race fans the opportunity to see some of the finest super late model drivers in the county compete on the 1/3 mile ‘Bullring.’ There are already over 130 cars pre entered and registered for the three day event taking place at Tyler County Speedway; with Fully Injected’s, Jared Miley, being one of them. The recent Lernerville Speedway winner and current UFO point’s championship contender will head to the West Virginia facility Friday night to take part in the UFO sanctioned portion of the event, before signing back in Saturday night for the World of Outlaws Black Diamond 125. Fully Injected’s, Tyler Altmeyer, will be a long for the ride next Saturday night; venturing south with the team to witness the glamour and excitement of America’s ‘newest and coolest crown jewel late model event.’
Stay tuned right here at www.fullyinjected.com for more information,news, and results from Miley’s trek to ‘The Bullring.’
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The All-Star Circuit of Champions visited Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania this past Saturday evening for a $5,000 to win Ohio Region event. Seventeen year old, Brandon Matus, allowed the Fully Injected camera to ride along during his All-Star qualifying effort at the Mercer, PA bullring. Click the link below to get a closer feel and better view of Mercer Raceway Park and its racing surface.
With the good comes the bad. Unfortunately, that ends up being the case in auto racing as well. Fully Injected’s two late model teammates, Jared Miley and Mike Reft, had to live by that hard life lesson this weekend; as both drivers were involved in race ending incidents Saturday night at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway.
Jared Miley suffered engine problems during Saturday night’s super late model feature event at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway. The South Park native and current UFO standout will now have to take this coming week to prepare and regroup before heading south to Tyler County Speedway in central West Virginia for the Black Diamond 125 weekend.
FASTRAK/Pro late model youngster, Mike Reft, also had to end his night early during feature action Saturday night at the Pittsburgh monster half mile. A spinning car clipped the Pittsburgh native while he was running fifth; ending his rally forward from a tenth place starting spot. Reft and the rest of the 9R team will take this week to prepare for the Jook George Memorial this Labor Day weekend at PPMS.
Be sure to check back all week and weekend long to keep up with Reft’s and Miley’s progress over Labor Day Weekend!
Fully Injected’s, Danny Holtgraver, lead the Team Fully Injected charge last night with the All-Star Circuit of Champions; finishing the Mercer Raceway Park 30 lap, $5,000 to win, Ohio Region event feature with a top five result. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native earned a 4th place finish last night; holding off former All-Star Champion, Dale Blaney. Other Fully Injected competitors who made the show last night include Kittanning, Pennsylvania’s, Rod George, Scott Priester, and Adam Kekich.
Rod George was an early top five contender with the All-Star Circuit of Champions last night, until an early race spin would put the former All-Star winner to the tail. He would rally to finish in 14th- just two spots ahead of Fully Injected teammate, Scott Priester.
Hermitage, Pennsylvania’s, Adam Kekich, was very pleased with his result last night; completing his evening goal of making the lineup of his very first All-Star appearance. The 18 year old Fully Injected star qualified for the feature event and would be scored 20th when the 30 lap All-Star feature was completed.
Stay tuned all day long as results, news, and updated will be added right here at www.fullyinjected.com!
The All-Star Circuit of Champions visited Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania last night with a large number of Fully Injected competitors signed in. 31 cars were signed in for the $5,000 to win, Ohio Region event. The Steel City Outlaw, Tim Shaffer, was the evening’s Dash winner and Feature winner; taking the lead on lap 17 and never looking back. Connecticut’s, David Gravel, earned the fastest lap during qualifying time trials at the 3/8′s mile bullring, as well as finished 2nd in the 30 lap feature event. Daryn Pittman, Fully Injected’s, Danny Holtgraver, and Dale Blaney, would round out the top five.
Bryan Sebetto picked up the FAST Series win last night over Sam Hafertepe Jr., and Byron Reed at Attica Raceway Park in Attica, OH. Sebetto now leads the FAST Series points chase by 15 markers over Dean Jacobs.
Cody Darrah picked up his second World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series victory last night at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. The Red Lion, Pennsylvania native is a full time pilot for Kasey Kahne Racing in the Great Clips no. 91. 28 cars were signed in for the World of Outlaws event.
Pennsylvania’s Port Royal Speedway and Lincoln Speedway were both cancelled last evening due to incoming wet conditions related to Hurricane Irene.
Lots more to come tonight! Stay tuned at www.fullyinjected.com!
Fully Injected rising star, Brandon Spithaler, looks to add to his 2011 success at Mercer Raceway Park tonight with a solid finish against the All-Star Circuit of Champions. The multi time winner at the Mercer, PA facility built lots of momentum last night at Lernerville; adding a heat race victory and another top 10 finish to his already impressive resume. He will look to use that momentum to his advantage tonight at the Ohio Region, $5,000 to win event. Spithaler is the most recent Fully Injected winner at Mercer Raceway Park.
Super late model standout and western Pennsylvania native, Jared Miley, scored a top five finish tonight at the Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania. After starting on the outside of row number six, the 12th place starter made his way to the front in a hurry; recording a solid 5th place while competing with some of the best super late model competition in the region. The newly joined Fully Injected teammate will return to action tomorrow night at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway.
Team Fully Injected had another near perfect performance tonight at the Sarver, PA 4/10′s mile clay oval known as Lernerville Speedway. Rod George lead the way; earning a runner-up finish in tonight’s 25 lap sprint car feature event. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania’s, Danny Holtgraver, earned a solid third place finish – after rallying from a 11th place starting position. Kittanning, Pennsylvania’s, Kevin Schaeffer, also had an impressive performance this evening at Lernerville Speedway; earning another top 5 finish to add to his list in 2011. Kevin came home 4th.
Fully Injected youngster’s, Brandon Spithaler and Brandon Matus, were also on hand this evening. Evan City, Pennsylvania’s, Brandon Spithaler earned a top 10 finish in tonight’s sprint car feature event. The newly turned 20 year old finished 8th among a strong field of contenders. Spithaler would also earn a heat race victory.
Brandon Matus, who recently turned 17, didn’t have quite the positive luck that Spithaler achieved; as mechanical issues would cause the Wampum, PA native to fail to make the feature event. Fully Injected’s, Scott Priester, would be involved in a early feature race tangle, but would still manage to finish just one spot shy of a top ten run. Carl Bowser was officially crowned as the 2011 Lernerville Speedway Track Champion tonight at the conclusion of the racing events. There were 27 sprint cars signed into the pit area.
Other Friday Night Notes…
- Strattanville’s, Andy McKisson, was the sprint car main event winner at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania.
- Daryn Pittman finds victory lane again at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. The Owasso, Oklahoma native scored the victory in the 360/358 URC Challenge.
- Brent Marks won the Williams Grove feature event in the 410 class.
- Jason Meyers topped a 28 car field at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series. Donny Schatz and Lucas Wolfe would round out the top 3.
The Kittanning, Pennsylvania native sprint car veteran, Rod George, enters the weekend with high expectations and determination. George, a 30 year veteran in sprint car competition, enters the weekend ranked second in both Lernerville Speedway and Mercer Raceway Park point standings; and looks to use that consistency to land his Dr. John Crawford III, Maxim, back into victory lane. Tonight will be his last opportunity to coast into Sheetz victory lane at Lernerville; weekly action comes to a close this evening.
George will also be on hand to play in the dirt with the All-Stars tomorrow at Mercer Raceway Park. George owns two All-Star victories in his career and will attempt to add one more to his resume tomorrow evening.
Keep up with Rod all weekend right here at www.fullyinjected.com.
- URC Sprints – 360/358 Challenge at Williams Grove Speedway and Port Royal Speedway
- Twin 20′s at Lincoln Speedway for 59th Anniversary
- All-Star Circuit of Champions at Mercer Raceway Park
- World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
- FAST event Saturday night at Attica Raceway Park
Kittanning’s own, Joey “Z” Zambotti, will hop back on the two wheels this weekend for his first attempt at a Pennsylvania State Championship Series motocross victory. The licensed Pro will head to the Mapleshade Raceway near Sugar Grove, Pennsylvania, this Sunday, August 28th, for the PAMX sanctioned – Matt Bartosek Celebration Race. The event will offer PAMX GCS points.
Stay tuned this weekend for more news and results concerning Team Fully Injected star, Joey Zambotti.
Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania, will host the All-Star Circuit of Champions for the second time this year; this Saturday night, August 27th. Lead by defending All-Star Champion, Tim Shaffer, and Ohio native, Dale Blaney – the All-Stars are sure to bring top notch quality and stiff competition to the Mercer, PA bullring.
Team Fully Injected drivers, Scott Priester and Danny Holtgraver, will be on hand this weekend; doing their part in defending their ‘home track,’ and hopefully putting another FI competitor at the front of the field. Fully Injected’s, Tyler Altmeyer, had the opportunity to discuss this weekend’s event with the two Western Pennsylvania natives. They both expressed enthusiasm and excitement about the $5,000 to win, Ohio Region event.
Rimersburg, Pennsylvania native, Scott Priester, has been on board with the Fully Injected concept since early this spring. Not only has Priester been busy off the track, working a full-time job and supporting a family, but also busy at the track; driving two different cars for two different owners at two different venues each and every weekend.
Scott not only drives his own familiar Metplas no. 11 on Friday nights at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania – but he also pilot’s the Martha Dionise owned no. 15 on Saturday nights at Mercer Raceway Park. His determination and work ethic proves to pay off, as Scott has pulled countless double duty weekends in 2011; scoring multiple top five finishes day in and day out at the two western PA facilities. When discussing this Saturday night’s event with the All-Stars, Scott seemed optimistic in his quotes…
“Yea – feeling great now that we found some things wrong with the car (Dionise no. 15)…Perhaps I’m setting my goals too high – but I would be really happy with a top 10 finish…If we qualify well, there is no reason why that can’t happen.”
Scott’s plans for the rest of the season are to finish out the Mercer schedule in the Dionise ride, as well as finish out the Lernerville schedule in his own no. 11- minus the World of Outlaws Commonwealth Class; which is at Lernerville Speedway on Saturday, September 24th.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native and former Lernerville Speedway Track Champion, Danny Holtgraver, comes into this weekend’s All-Star Circuit of Champions Ohio Region event ranked 4th in Ohio Region points; as well as 10th overall in the National standings. The Fully Injected teammate’s decision to venture away from the Western Pennsylvania racing scene this season has proved more than just pay off; as he recorded a large number of top 10 finishes with some of the toughest 410 competition in the country.
Holtgraver’s trek across Ohio for the 29th Annual Ohio Sprint Speedweek also proved to be worth its weight in fuel, as Danny’s efforts landed him a top three finish in Ohio Sprint Speedweek overall points; just seven points shy of speedweek runner-up, Dale Blaney. When discussing this weekend’s ‘home turf’ All-Star event, the humble Fully Injected rep simply stated:
“We are just gonna go out and race…it’s just another race…I’m gonna stay focused and race as hard as I can- like any other event we go too…hopefully it pays off and we get up front!”
You can keep up with Danny and Scott all season long- right here at www.fullyinjected.com!
Lucas Oil ASCS national sanctioned events to keep an eye on:
Jesse Hockett Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway on September 23-24th
Three day event at Lone Star Speedway in Kilgore, Texas; featuring a $12,000 to win Lone Star Sprint Nationals finale on Saturday, October 15th. Preliminary action will be Thursday and Friday, October 13th and 14th.
ASCS national series action at Devils Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas, will be on October 21st and 22nd; while the I-30 Speedway’s Short Track Nationals will be held on October 27, 28, and 29th.
The nation’s premiere 360 national tour will finish off the 2011 season with a trip to the country’s southwest. The visit will include stops at Southern New Mexico Speedway in Las Cruces, NM, and USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona.
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Jared Miley and Mike Reft; Fully Injected’s only two late model representatives, will look to turn heads again this weekend in Western Pennsylvania. Reft and Miley, both, will be racing at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway on Saturday night.
South Park’s Fully Injected teammate, Jared Miley, will look to erase last weekend’s disappointing appearance at PPMS, and hopefully recreate some momentum by getting back into victory lane. The ‘Red Miley Rumble’ did not go over as planned for the pilot of the Colussy Chevrolet- H1. Miley had to drop out of the main event early last Saturday due to extensive involvement in feature race cautions. The super late model standout will also be racing at Sarver, Pennsylvania’s, Lernerville Speedway, on Friday evening.
Western Pennsylvania’s, Mike Reft, will use this weekend to gain valuable knowledge and seat time; as he anxiously awaits Labor Day’s Jook George Memorial at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway. Last week, Reft picked up a top 10 finish at Pittsburgh’s monster half-mile; just one spot shy of finishing inside the top five. The young man from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, will head back to PPMS for a weekly show this Saturday night in hopes of finding himself back in FASTRAK/Pro late model victory lane.
Stay tuned all week and weekend; as Fully Injected will keep you updated on everything that’s going on – everywhere!
Donny Schatz at Lernerville Speedway – Rick Rarer Photo
‘The Greatest Show on Dirt’ visited the Black Hills Speedway in beautiful Rapid City, South Dakota this evening. Donny Schatz snapped Steve Kinser’s recent 2 race winning streak this evening by winning the 25 lap A-main event. The Fargo, North Dakota native held off Steve Kinser, who was second, and Lucas Wolfe, who finished 3rd, for the entire race distance. The four time series champion now owns six wins in 2011 with the World of Outlaws.
27 World of Outlaw sprint cars were signed in for the $10,000 to win event tonight. Germantown, TN native, Sammy Swindell, was your evening’s fastest qualifier.
Keep up to date with everything sprint related right here at www.fullyinjected.com!