Rod George earns first win of the 2012 season this past Saturday night at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania. The ‘410’ sprint car veteran held off Fully Injected teammate, Scott Priester, for the 25 lap victory. George took the lead from Priester on lap 16 and never looked back . The All-Star Circuit of Champions will be making a visit to Mercer Raceway Park on Saturday, May 12th; bringing with them a loaded roster and a $5,000 top prize. With a win now in the books for 2012, George will have the confidence and momentum he needs to handle the All-Star invasion this Saturday night.
Show above, Rod George works inside of Scott Priester at Mercer Raceway Park on May 5th. Priester, a Rimersburg native and Fully Injected teammate, held on to finish second in the 25 lap ‘410’ sprint car feature after losing the lead to George . This was Priester’s best finish of the year at the Mercer 3/8’s mile oval. The driver of the Dionise Racing #15 also earned a heat race victory Saturday night.
Brandon Spithaler finished 8th in the ‘410’ sprint car main event Saturday night at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania. The Evan City, Pennsylvania native earned a win at the 3/8’s mile oval earlier this season. The Fully Injected teammate was the hard charger of the 25 lap feature; earning himself a right rear tire. The All-Star Circuit of Champions will be paying a visit to Mercer Raceway Park this Saturday night. Spithaler will use his early season success at MRP to help him earn a spot in the $5,000-to-win All-Star feature event.
Wampum native Brandon Matus finished ninth in the ‘410’ sprint car main event at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania on Saturday, May 4th. The Fully Injected youngster has had great success in the early parts of the 2012 season, and hopes to continue that success in the weeks to come. The ‘410’ sprint car regular will be back in action this weekend in Western Pennsylvania; looking to defend home turf against the incoming All-Star Circuit of Champions!
Hermitage, Pennsylvania native and third generation driver, Adam Kekich, finished 15th Saturday night in the ‘410’ sprint car feature at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania. The Fully Injected teammate and avid supporter has had his share of ups and downs so far in his sophomore season in ‘410’ sprint car; but looks to put all of that aside when the All-Stars come to town this Saturday night, May 12th. Kekich qualified for an All-Star main event last summer at MRP, and looks to make it two-for-two this weekend at the 3/8’s mile oval.