(Colton Flinner [75] in action earlier this year at the Lernerville Speedway – Rick Rarer Photo Credit)

Colton Flinner Going ‘Topless’ This Saturday at ‘PPMS’
$1,000-to-win RUSH Pro-Late Model ‘Sizzler’ This Weekend at ‘PPMS’

By Tyler Altmeyer: ‘FullyInjected.com Presented by Schaeffer’s Racing Oil & Weather Capital Sales’
Contact Tyler Altmeyer:
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Allison Park, PA (May 28th, 2013) – After spending the past two weekends competing in the ¾ scale late model ranks are various tracks in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio, Allison Park, Pennsylvania’s Colton Flinner will make his return to crate late model competition this Saturday, June 1st with an appearance at the Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway in Imperial, Pennsylvania.

Flinner is certainly no stranger to the big half-mile at ‘PPMS,’ and couldn’t have picked a better facility to make his crate late model return. The recent winner at ‘Dirt’s Monster Half Mile’ is the two-time and defending crate late model track champion at the Pittsburgh-area dirt oval, and hopes to find victory lane for the second time in 2013 as early as this Saturday evening. In fact, the last time Flinner made an appearance at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway in a crate powered late model, he found victory lane.

“I can’t wait to get back to Pittsburgh!” explained Colton Flinner, “We took a few weeks off to try the ¾ scale stuff…it was a lot of fun; but we had some mechanical issues along the way and didn’t get to finish the last two races…I’ll be back in my car this weekend for the ‘Sizzler’ so hopefully we can get our second win of the season this Saturday…I can’t thank everyone enough for what they do for me; especially my dad…he works really hard to keep that ‘75’ race ready; hopefully I can return the favor and park us in victory lane this weekend!”

Colton Flinner will pilot his familiar American Framers, VOX Energy, A.W. Beattie Career Center, Bellisarios Lounge, no. 75 crate late model this Saturday evening, June 1st, at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway; taking part in the second round of the RUSH Pro-Late Model ‘Sizzler’ series. This Saturday’s 25-lap, RUSH Pro-Late Model ‘Sizzler’ will offer not only a $1,000 pay day, but it will also give drivers an opportunity to take off their ‘tops.’ The RUSH crate late model teams have been granted permission to take off their roofs for this Saturday’s ‘Sizzler’ program; with Colton Flinner already promising his participation in that aspect of the event. The Western Pennsylvania native has one (1) victory during RUSH Pro-Late Model competition in 2013; that coming during his last appearance at ‘PPMS.’ Flinner, who has spent most of his season thus far competing with the FASTRAK Sweeney Cars Northeast Touring Division crate late model series, finished eighth (8th) during the first round of ‘Sizzler’ action at ‘PPMS’ earlier this year.

In addition, Colton Flinner will also participate in another round of ¾ scale late model action at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway this Saturday night, June 1st. Like in weeks prior, Flinner will pilot a ¾ scale late model owned and maintained by Stewart Mainert.

For more information on this weekend’s $1,000-to-win RUSH Pro-Late Model ‘Sizzler’ event at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway, please visit the facility online at www.ppms.com.

Fans can keep up with Colton Flinner during his entire 2013 campaign, right here at ‘FullyInjected.com Presented by Schaeffer’s Racing Oil & Weather Capital Sales.’ Be sure to also stay connected with Colton Flinner via social networks:  including Twitter – @coltonflinner and Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/colton.flinner?fref=ts


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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