Team Fully Injected had a few more negative mishaps than positive last night; as four members were unable to finish their respective Saturday night events due to problems that they couldn’t control.
Brandon Spithaler in his wingless ride at Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio. – Rick Rarer Photo
Jared Miley’s quest for a second big pay day at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex was ended after an official DQ’ed the team for questioning an official’s call on the racetrack. A controversial call by a race official put the H1 to the rear of the feature field because of it’s involvement in a caution -already under caution. Unfortunately, Jared Miley was disqualified and unable to secure the $5,000 UFO victory.
Danny Holtgraver and Travis Philo had evenings turn sour due to on-track situations that left them ‘no where to go.’ Both, Holtgraver and Philo, were involved in accidents that ultimately ended their Saturday nights.
Travis Philo was involved in a B-main incident last night at Fremont Speedway in Fremont, Ohio; while Holtgraver was on a charge to the front of the Hank Gentzler Memorial A-main at Lincoln, before two cars in front of him collided – collecting the Pittsburgh native.
Brandon Spithaler’s night came to a close early due to engine problems. The Evan City, Pennsylvania, native was competing in the BOSS wingless event at Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio. He qualified for the main event but would have to surrender to engine problems after only a handful of circuits.
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