Happy Independence Day! Sunday recap/Fully Injected weekend highlights…Holtgraver heads to Canada!

Fully Injected Notes: Rod George had a victory at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania. Kittanning native, Kevin Schaeffer, won his respective heat race on Friday at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania. Scott Priester brought home 2 top 6 finishes in consecutive nights- coming home 6th at both Lernerville and Mercer in two different rides. The youngster from Hermitage, Adam Kekich, grabbed a top three finish at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania on Saturday evening. Danny Holtgraver picked up a top 10 finish with the All-Stars on Friday evening at KC Raceway in Chillicothe, Ohio. Cory Haas, the York, Pennsylvania native, picked up a top 15 finish at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania for $10,000 the Mitch Smith Memorial. In addition, Wampum, Pennsylvania’s Brandon Matus, and Kittanning, Pennsylvania’s Rod George, will be the next stars for the Fully Injected “Out of Car Experience” production! Stay tuned…

-Last night, the Midwest All-Star Circuit of Champions visited the Tri-City Speedway in Franklin, Pennsylvania for a $3,000 to win, $300 to start event. Local standout, Andy McKisson, picked up the win in his Proshot Directional Boring, #0 over North Jackson, Ohio’s Jack Sodeman Jr. Fully Injected’s Rod George rallied from an 11th starting spot to finish 5th in the feature event.

-Mark Dobmeier picked up the win at Huset’s Speedway last night. That was his 3rd win of the season at the South Dakota based facility.

-Pennsylvania speedweek came to a close last night at the Selinsgrove Speedway in central Pennsylvania. Greg Hodnett, a Tennessee native, picked up his 3rd speedweek victory of the week over Daryn Pittman and Tyler Walker. Although Hodnett came out on top with the victory at the big half mile, it was Fred Rahmer who clinched his 12th career Pennsylvania speedweek title with his 4th place finish in the main event.

-Fully Injected’s Danny Holtgraver wont be resting this holiday evening as he and the rest of the All-Star Circuit of Champions will be heading north of the border to compete in events tonight and tomorrow evening. Dale Blaney currently leads the series in the National point race; while Holtgraver, the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native, sits 4th in Ohio regional points. Check back here all week at www.fullyinjected.com for news and updates concerning the All-Star trek notht to Canada.

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