(Colton Flinner in victory lane at the Mercer Raceway Park on August 10th – Colton Flinner Photo Credit)
Colton Flinner Earns First FASTRAK Regional Win; ‘PPMS’ and I-77 Up Next!
‘Mountain Thunder 40’ Highlights Upcoming Weekend Schedule
Allison Park, PA (August 12th, 2013) – Colton Flinner earned a career-first FASTRAK Northeast Touring Division victory this past Saturday evening, August 10th at the Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania; holding back charges by Max Blair, Matt Latta, Chad Wright and Andrew Wylie for the well-deserved $1,500 top prize. The regional series victory now gives Colton Flinner a total of three (3) crate late model triumphs during his 2013 campaign thus far; including back-to-back wins during the past two (2) weekends. The FASTRAK Northeast Touring Division win at the Mercer Raceway Park was not only Flinner’s first of his young career, but it also acted at Flinner’s first-career Mercer win as well.
Flinner, who pilots the American Framers, VOX Energy, A.W. Beattie Career Center, Bellisarios Lounge, no. 75 crate late model, kicked-off his recent winning streak last Saturday evening, August 3rd by capturing the ‘Jook George Classic’ Sweeney RUSH Weekly Series win at the Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway near Imperial, Pennsylvania. The FASTRAK Northeast Touring Division win at the Mercer Raceway Park on Saturday, August 10th put Colton Flinner back on top of the podium for a second consecutive weekend in Western Pennsylvania.
Crate late model competition will continue for Colton Flinner and the ‘75’ team this upcoming Saturday and Sunday, August 17th & 18th. The two-time Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway crate late model track champion will jump-start his upcoming weekend with ‘weekly’ competition at the Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway near Imperial, Pennsylvania. ‘Dirt’s Monster Half Mile’ will be hosting the ‘Red Miley Rumble’ on Saturday evening, August 17th; featuring an annual ‘special’ for the super late models and ‘410’ sprint cars; as well as points racing for the Sweeney RUSH Weekly Series crate late models. Please visit www.ppms.com for more information.
Colton Flinner will end his upcoming weekend with a road trip south to the I-77 Raceway Park near Ripley, West Virginia on Sunday evening, August 18th. Flinner will take part in the rescheduled ‘Mountain Thunder 40’ sanctioned by the FASTRAK Northeast Touring Division. The $2,000-to-win program will attract some of the most celebrated names in crate late model competition; including recent series winner, Colton Flinner. This will be FASTRAK Northeast’s first visit to the Ripley 3/8’s mile oval. Visit www.fastrakracing.com for further details and information.
Colton Flinner owns three (3) crate late model victories during his 2013 campaign thus far; with two (2) of those being earned at the Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway near Imperial, Pennsylvania; and one (1) being earned at the Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania. Recent results for Colton Flinner includes earning the 2013 ‘Jook George Classic’ victory at ‘PPMS’ worth $1,000; as well as earning a career-first FASTRAK Northeast Touring Division victory at the Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania worth $1,500. The ‘Jook George Classic’ win and FASTRAK touring win occurred during consecutive weekends.
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Colton Flinner would like to thank all of his marketing partners including: American Framers, VOX Energy, A.W. Beattie Career Center, Bellisarios Lounge, Randig Towing, Ingram Racing Engines, Goodcars Auto Sales, Advance Auto Parts, Petland of Pittsburgh Mills Mall, FullyInjected.com Presented by Schaeffer’s Racing Oil & Weather Capital Sales, Kunzler Signs; with a Special Thanks to Marcie Barlow.
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