With time comes experience, and Scott Priester certainly has that. The 25 year sprint car veteran jumps on board with us here at Fully Injected to become the fifth member of our exclusive club. Sure, this isn’t the Phoenix or the Priscillian that Harvard University makes so famous; but we are getting close! Scott has been a regular at the Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania for as long as I can remember; as well as being a competitor at other various western Pennsylvania racetracks.
Photo by Cory Stivason
Scott’s 2011 plans will include being the full time pilot of the famous purple and pink Dionise number 15. He will be racing at Mercer Raceway Park on a regular basis in that ride; as well as competing at some other select events in his own familiar red, MetPlas, number 11.
Also, new merch being added to the inventory in the coming days. New flex fit “flat bill” caps will be available soon in black and white; also- new shirt design will be released this weekend. The design has some influence from a previous artwork that was posted on Fully Injected’s Facebook page in the previous months.
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Danny Holtgraver, a Pittsburgh native and Lernerville Speedway regular, has now become a part of team Fully Injected Apparel for the 2011 season. The 2010 Lernerville Speedway Track Champion was more than happy to join the efforts here at Fully Injected. He will not only be promoting FI by placing fully injected decals on his car, but also by means of wearing our original gear.
Photo by Cory Stivason
Danny’s 2011 plans consist of competing not only on the local level, but also being a contender for the All Star Circuit of Champions Ohio Region points title. When asking Danny about any changes for this summer, he simply replied, “Nothing really; going to run the Ohio Region with the All Stars- just more traveling.”
Fully Injected gear can be found under the merchandise section here at www.fullyinjected.com or at the Stivason Photo booth at Lernerville Speedway – which is located just under the turn 4 grandstands. Any other questions or concerns can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or to our facebook page; which is linked under the contact section.
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Brandon Matus of Matus Motorsports, based out of Wampum, Pennsylvania, is now the newest member of the Fully Injected Team! Joining Rod George Racing and Sundown Motorsports, Brandon will be boasting his Fully Injected decals in support of our cause to promote open wheel racing. You can see him compete weekly at the Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania; along with a select few of other western PA dirt tracks.
This weekend was a solid weekend for Fully Injected, as 4 individuals (who are now the owners of Fully Injected Apparel) whom have never been to a sprint car race before – are now interested and will be attending Lernerville Speedway for a Friday night show in the coming weeks.
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The below freezing temperatures all weekend forced many PA and Ohio tracks to pull the plug on racing for the weekend; all except for Lincoln Speedway in south central Pennsylvania. Brent Marks proved that he was not scared of the cold as he would pick up the 25 lap – 410 sprint car victory on the 3/8’s mile oval some very stiff PA Posse competition. The feature win payed $3200. The 358’s were also on hand with Dale Hammaker picking up the victory.
I would like to take the time to thank Jim Clark of Sundown Motorsports for allowing Fully Injected to be a part of their 2011 racing program. They will be boasting the Fully Injected name and logo and we are super excited to have this opportunity! For any information regarding Sundown Motorsports and their race schedule; check out www.sundownmotorsports.com
Don’t forget to keep checking back with us here at www.fullyinjected.com – This weekend’s plans might have a slight change – we will keep you posted!
Western Pennsylvania’s Lernerville Speedway will have to wait one more week before their gates can open. Cold temperatures and mixed precipitation over the past few days has forced the Sarver, PA 4/10’s mile to postpone their scheduled opening night of 2011 until next Friday, April 1st.
Next weekend looks a little different for the gang here at Fully Injected. The plan seems to involve yet another road trip out east to the Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, PA. The 410 sprinters and 358 sprinters will be on the card; with the next day being the first day of trout season in that part of the state. That makes it even more exciting.
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Lots to discuss tonight as the season opener for Lernerville Speedway approaches – That is the next race highlighted on our calendar for the 2011 racing season. Lernerville will be the 4th track of season, thus far, making it one of the best starts to a year I have ever had. The weekend weather outlook looks to be cold with a chance of wet stuff- but hopefully it holds off and Mother Nature allows this thing to take place. FI is lucky to have Lernerville as its “home track.” Some of the best dirt track racing in the country happens on that 4/10’s mile oval and having it so close really is something to take advantage of. Home of the Firecracker 100, Silver Cup, and Dirtcar Roundup – it is home to some of the biggest racing festivities in the country; making it a true advantage that it is so close.
I’d like to take the time to announce that Fully Injected is now on board with Rod George Racing for 2011. Rod has been a supporter of Fully Injected since the start and decided to express his support by boasting our name on the car. Its a great start to what we are trying to do and I hope to have our name even bigger on it for next year. So a big thanks goes out to him and the entire RGR Family.
Picture Courtesy of Kelsey George of RGR.
Our new Black T’s and Hat’s will be released this Friday at the Lernerville Speedway opener in Sarver, Pennsylvania. We are super excited about that. You can find everything at the Stivason Photo booth- located under the turn 4 grandstands. While you’re there – check out some of his photography. He has been a supporter of FI from the beginning so a shout out goes to him and his entire family.
The 410 sprints will be on board a long with the Super Late Model division, and Big Block Modifieds. The Pure Stock class is also on the calendar for the opening weekend.
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The 3 1/2 hour trip east to Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania for the Williams Grove Speedway opener proved to be well worth it, as over 30 sprint cars in both divisions packed the historical 1/2 mile speedway for the 2011 season opener. Stevie Smith started from the front row and proved to still be a force to be dealt with has he cruised home for his first victory of the season. Tyler Walker would finish a close second, as a few last ditch effort slidejobs almost put him into victory lane; but they would prove to not be enough as he would have to settle for yet another top 5 finish.
Fully Injected apparel made their 2011 race track debut Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway.
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So, after patiently waiting a few months to get this deal up and running; the time has finally come where I can say that has been accomplished. As soon as I am able to update the merch section of the website; I will do so. All orders come with free decals.
Like mentioned earlier in the week; We will be at Williams Grove Speedway tomorrow night and Lernerville Speedway next Friday evening. For those of you who ordered through me online; I will have it in the mail by Monday afternoon. For those of you who requested special sizes and want to pick them up in person; that is fine, too- absolutely.
Any questions and/or concerns; feel free to email me or contact me through any other means of communication. That information can be found on the contact section of the website.
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