Cory Haas posing in victory lane with Fully Injected reps Tyler Altmeyer and Ty Basinger at last year’s Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek opener at Lincoln Speedway; the win was worth $7,000

York, Pennsylvania native and Fully Injected supporter, Cory Haas, is locked and loaded for this year’s edition of Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek. The annual spectacle will feature a healthy roster of Pennsylvania Posse ‘410’ sprint car competitors, as well as a strong dose of regional and national driving talent, that plan to criss-cross the ‘Keystone State’ in search of a chunk of the $210,000 Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek purse! This year’s speedweek will see Pennsylvania’s best sprint car drivers travel to 7 different race tracks, in 2 different states, for 8 different events, over a 9 day period. Cory Haas plans to be a part of the action during opening night of speedweek at Lincoln Speedway on June 30th, and then returning to speedweek competition on Thursday and Friday – July 5th and 6th- at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania.  Haas is the defending winner of Lincoln Speedway’s ‘Kevin Gobrecht Memorial’ speedweek event, and looks forward to returning to the Pigeon Hills for a chance to repeat.

“We are ready to run the bigger money shows” said Cory Haas, “This is Lincoln Speedway’s biggest pay race of the year and being the defending winner really makes us want to win it again…we have to time trial well…it’s something that we have struggled with but we have been working hard so hopefully we have everything figured out!”

Lincoln Speedway will open speedweek on Saturday evening, June 30th, with the $7,000-to-win Kevin Gobrecht Memorial. Haas spends each and every Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway and currently finds himself inside the top 3 of the ‘410’ sprint car point standings. The former ‘358’ sprint car track champion at Lincoln Speedway has three wins this season at the Pigeon Hills oval; putting Haas among the top 12 drivers in the current Hoseheads Central Pennsylvania sprint car standings.

Haas will wrap up his speedweek effort at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania on Thursday and Friday, July 5th and 6th! The doubleheader at the world famous half mile will offer the possibility of a $15,000 pay day by the time Friday comes to a close. Thursday night will offer a $5,000 pay day to the winner of the 25 lap main event, leaving Friday night’s Mitch Smith Memorial 30 lap event worth $10,000. The Mitch Smith Memorial is the highest paying event on the Pennsylvania Sprint Speedweek schedule. Haas has been on a recent tear at Williams Grove Speedway; recording two consecutive top five finishes including a rally from 13th to 4th last Friday night, and a runner-up finish the week before.

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