Aaron Ott set quick time this evening during the Jack Gunn Memorial at Williams Grove Speedway – Rick Rarer Photo
-The All-Star Circuit of Champions attracted 34 – 410 sprint cars to the Sarver, PA 4/10’s mile clay oval. Ed Lynch Jr. set the evening’s fastest time in qualifying time trials; as well as win the evening’s Dash. David Gravel would lead all but the last four circuits of tonight’s 30 lap, $5,000 to win, Ohio Region feature event. ‘The Steel City Outlaw’ Tim Shaffer took the lead on a late restart, ending Gravel’s chances of a Lernerville All-Star win. Shaffer would win – Gravel 2nd, Greg Wilson 3rd, Danny Smith 4th, and Rod George 5th.
David Gravel was the evening’s third fastest qualifier, Dash runner-up, and A-main runner-up at Lernerville Speedway with the ASCoC- Rick Rarer Photo
– 24 cars signed in for the Jack Gunn Memorial triple 20’s. Aaron Ott set quick time – with Brian Montieth, Lance Dewease, and Fred Rahmer picking up the feature victories. Rahmer’s win was worth $5,000.
Tim Shaffer was your winner with the All-Stars this evening at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania – Rick Rarer Photo
World of Outlaws…
-The Greatest Show on Dirt visited the Skagit Speedway in the state of Washington this evening. 28 cars signed in for the event. Craig Dollansky set quick time on the evening as well as picked up the A-main victory for his 8th of the season. Jason Meyers and Steve Kinser rounded out the podium positions.
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