(Brandon Spithaler in action at the Lernerville Speedway – Rick Rarer Photo Credit)

Brandon Spithaler Earns Career Best Finish at Lernerville; B.O.S.S. Weekend Ahead
B.O.S.S. Non-Wing Events at Wayne County and Mercer This Friday and Saturday

By Tyler Altmeyer: ‘FullyInjected.com Presented by Schaeffer’s Racing Oil & Weather Capital Sales’
Contact: Tyler Altmeyer
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Evans City, PA (May 20th, 2013) – Brandon Spithaler earned a career-best Lernerville Speedway main event finish this past Friday evening, May 17th, during ‘410’ sprint car competition. The Evans City, Pennsylvania native finished second (2nd) during the 25-lap, ‘Fab Four’ sprint car main event at the Sarver 4/10’s mile oval; finishing just behind former track champion and all-time Lernerville Speedway sprint car division win leader, Ed Lynch Jr.. The runner-up finish on Friday evening was also good enough to bump the pilot of the Cycle Warehouse, Superior Tank & Trailer, no. 22 ‘410’ sprinter to the top spot in the current Lernerville Speedway ‘410’ driver standings. Unfortunately, with Spithaler being committed to the 2013 Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (B.O.S.S.) non-wing sprint car tour, the current Lernerville Speedway point leader will have to miss this Friday’s ‘Fab Four’ point event at the Lernerville Speedway, and make way to prior schedule obligations. Brandon Spithaler’s recent weekend also included a twelfth (12th) place finish with the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions at the I-77 Raceway Park in Ripley, West Virginia. Fellow Western Pennsylvania native, Danny Holtgraver, was the UNOH All Star winner at the I-77 Raceway Park.  

“It was a solid weekend for sure!” said Brandon Spithaler, “Finishing second at Lernerville felt great…it was the best finish I ever had there…I think if we would have had one more caution, I may have been able to get by Lynch…but, we’ll take the runner-up finish and move on from that…I have to thank so many people…Tom Burkey, my dad, Rich, Justin, Angela…they all play a huge role in our race team and I wouldn’t be able to do it without them!”

Brandon Spithaler will be back in action this Memorial Day weekend for two night’s worth of action beginning Friday evening, May 24th. The three-time and defending Mercer Raceway Park opening night ‘410’ sprint car main event winner will continue his 2013 Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (B.O.S.S.) campaign this Friday evening, May 24th, with an appearance at the Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio. After his Friday night venture into eastern Ohio, Brandon Spithaler will follow the B.O.S.S. series further east into the western half of the ‘Keystone State’ for an appearance at the Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania on Saturday, May 25th. Brandon Spithaler will pilot the Tom Burkey owned, Superior Tank & Trailer sponsored, no. 57 non-wing sprint car for both of the upcoming B.O.S.S. events. The former Mercer Raceway Park B.O.S.S. winner (2012) follows the series full-time in 2013, and currently finds himself ninth (9th) in the updated driver standings. This weekend’s B.O.S.S. double-race weekend will act as events #2 and #3 on the 2013 series’ schedule. The 2013 Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series schedule is comprised of fourteen (14) events in three (3) states.

Those seeking more information on this weekend’s B.O.S.S. swing through Ohio and Pennsylvania, please feel free to visit the series online at www.bukeyesprints.com. Also, additional information can be found at Wayne County Speedway’s online home, www.waynecountyspeedway.com or Mercer Raceway Park’s online home, www.mercerracewaypark.com.

Be sure to keep up with Brandon Spithaler during his entire 2013 season – right here at ‘FullyInjected.com Presented by Schaeffer’s Racing Oil & Weather Capital Sales.’

Brandon Spithaler would like to thank all of his 2013 marketing partners including: Tom Burkey, Superior Tank and Trailer, Cycle Warehouse, Harmony Trucks, Bill’s Interior Grooming, Bowser Automotive, Miller Maintenance, Sir Speedy, Advance Auto Parts, and ‘FullyInjected.com Presented by Schaeffer’s Racing Oil & Weather Capital Sales.’

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