South Park, PA (April 7th, 2014) – Jared Miley kicked-off his 2014 campaign on a positive note this past weekend in Western Pennsylvania; earning a top-ten finish at the Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania. ‘MRP’ hosted it’s annual ‘Chiller Thriller’ on Sunday afternoon, April 6th with many of the region’s top super late model teams signed in for action. The National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) Northeast Late Models sanctioned program featured a 30-lap, $3,000-to-win main event. Jared Miley started the thirty-lapper on the inside of row number seven; climbing four positions by feature’s end to secure a ninth (9th) place finish. ‘The Jet’ will return to super late model competition this Thursday evening, April 10th at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway for the ‘PENNational.’
Pittsburgh, PA (April 7th, 2014) – The National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) ‘Kings of Dirt’ will be making a visit to the historic Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway near Imperial, Pennsylvania this Thursday evening, April 10th; kicking-off a three day Mid-Atlantic swing through Pennsylvania and Virginia. Allison Park, Pennsylvania’s very own Colton Flinner will join in on the action this Thursday evening at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway; working to earn a starting spot in the 50-lap, $10,000-to-win, ‘PENNational’ main event.
South Park, PA (April 1st, 2014) – Jared Miley will attempt to launch his 2014 campaign once again this Saturday evening, April 5th at the Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania. The annual ‘Chiller Thriller’ will make it’s second attempt at being completed in 2014 after being postponed one week (March 28th) due to inclement weather conditions. The National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) Northeast Late Models will be on hand at the Mercer 3/8’s mile dirt oval; promising an ultra-competitive field of local and regional race teams. This Saturday’s ‘Chiller Thriller’ program will feature a $3,000-to-win main event for the NDRL Northeast Late Models.
Pittsburgh, PA (April 1st, 2014) – Danny Holtgraver and Hunter Racing will spend the upcoming weekend at the Attica Raceway Park in Attica, Ohio; competing in the annual UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions’ sanctioned ‘Construction Equipment & Supply/HD Supply Spring Nationals.’ The two-day UNOH All Star ‘Ohio Region’ program will take shape this Friday and Saturday, April 4th & 5th; highlighted with the $10,000-to-win ‘Spring Nationals’ finale on Saturday evening. Both Friday and Saturday will feature a full UNOH All Star ‘410’ sprint car program. Friday night’s preliminary show will feature a $3,000-to-win main event. Danny Holtgraver is a former winner at the Attica Raceway Park bullring, and looks forward to a potential $13,000 weekend. The ‘Spring Nationals’ will also launch the 2014 UNOH All Star ‘Ohio Region’ schedule.
Cory Haas is certainly no stranger to Williams Grove Speedway; earning four (4) ‘358’ sprint car track championships at the half-mile over the course of his young career. The pilot of the familiar Mike Barshinger owned no. 11C ‘410’ sprinter earned one (1) victory at the speedway in 2013 and ended his 2013 Williams Grove Speedway season eleventh (11th) in the final ‘410’ track championship standings. Haas will enter the Williams Grove Speedway gates on Friday tied for 23rd in the current Central Pennsylvania sprint car standings. An opening day ‘DNF’ at the Lincoln Speedway is mostly responsible for that early season stat. A victory on March 28th would do nothing but benefit that current statistic.
Denver, PA (March 26th, 2014) – The 75th anniversary season for Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania is set for launch this Friday evening, March 28th at 7:30PM, sharp. The world-famous paperclip shaped, half-mile dirt oval will officially kick-off it’s 2014 schedule this Friday; complete with a full card of ‘410’ and ‘358’ sprint car competition. The most notorious names in Pennsylvania sprint car racing are ready for action; including Denver, Pennsylvania’s very own, Alan Krimes. Krimes is a former Mitch Smith Memorial winner at the Williams Grove Speedway and hopes to make another victory lane appearance this Friday during the 75th Anniversary ‘Opener.’ The ‘Pennsylvania Posse’ will headline the program with a $3,600-to-win main event for the ‘410’ sprinters.