Weekend Results and Quick Notes for June 10-11 2011.

Rod George and Scott Priester lead Team Fully Injected over the weekend

  • The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series visited the Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa over the weekend. Mother Nature didn’t allow for any action to take place on Friday evening but with the weather forecast much better on Saturday, the World of Outlaws were able to get Saturday night’s program in the books allowing for some exciting winged action. Sammy Swindell picked up his 4th victory of the 2011 WoO season. There were 37 entries for the World of Outlaws including heavy Knoxville regular hitters such as Danny Lasoski, Brian Brown, and Kevin Swindell. Donny Schatz, of Fargo, North Dakota, is now the current World of Outlaws points leader- taking over the lead from Joey Saldana after last night’s performance. Kasey Kahne Racing teammate Brad Sweet had quick time then finished 6th in the A-Main event.
  • The All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Car Series had a busy weekend thus far in central Pennsylvania and actually continues tonight in up state New York. The ASCoC would see repeat winner, Lance Dewease, in victory lane on Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Lance is now the leader of the East Region points standings going into tonight’s competition at Utica-Rome Speedway in Utica-Rome, New York. Saturday night, the 410ci winged sprint car series traveled to Lincoln Speedway- between Gettysburg and York ,Pennsylvania. Danny Dietrich would pick up his first All Star victory of the season worth $5,000. Dale Blaney still holds the current All-Star National points lead. Fred Rahmer holds the current Central Pennsylvania 410ci points standings lead with two victories in 2011 central.
  • Friday night FAST (Fremont/Attica Sprint Title) action would be cancelled due to wet conditions at the Attica Raceway Park in Attica, Ohio. Last night would not have the same fate as FAST living legend, Byron Reed, would pick up the victory at Fremont Speedway in Fremont, Ohio. Bryan Sebetto still continues to lead the present points race in the FAST Series.
  • Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour action at Eagle Raceway in Eagle, Nebraska was cancelled on Friday night do to extremely wet weather conditions. Saturday night would prove to be much different as Jack Dover would grab his first ASCS National Tour win of the 2011 season over such competitors like former World of Outlaws regular, Johnny Herrera, whom was 2nd. After finishing sixth, Shane Stewart still holds the driver’s points lead after last night’s event at Eagle Raceway for the Eagle Nationals. Interestingly enough, Jason Johnson holds the top spot in ASCS National owner’s points- 6 points over Paul Silva, who owns Shane Stewart’s #57 Rockstar, Makita, ART Chassis.
  • Jonathan Allard and Peter Murphy were the big winners in King of the West Series competition over the weekend. Peter Murphy would grab a win over Roger Crockett Friday night at the Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, California; while, Jonathan Allard, came up big last night at the Southern Oregon Speedway in Medford, Oregon to grab his 2nd win of the 2011 King of the West season.
  • Other winners in the region: Brian Ellenberger, former World of Outlaws full time competitor and All Star Circuit of Champions traveler, went two for two on the weekend with wins at Lernerville Speedway on Friday night and Mercer Raceway Park, in Mercer, Pennsylvania, on Saturday evening. Danny Smith found victory lane at Skyline Speedway over the weekend, while another former World of Outlaws full time competitor, Randy Hannagan, found victory lane at Lima on Friday.
  • Team Fully Injected was lead by Rod George and Scott Priester over the weekend. Rod George captured two heat race wins and two top ten finishes at two different Western Pennsylvania facilities. The driver out of Kittanning, Pennsylvania finished 4th at Lernerville on Friday evening and 6th at Mercer Raceway Park last night in his familiar Proshot, Dr. John Crawford, #4. Fully Injected teammate, Scott Priester, also had a motivating weekend; picking up a heat race win and two top 10 finishes at the same two tracks at Rod. Scott won his heat race at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania on Friday night, before picking up a 6th place finish in the 25 lap feature event. He competed in his own Metplas, #11 at Lernerville Speedway before switching to his Mercer Raceway Park ride, the Dionise #15, on Saturday night; rallying from a 17th place starting spot to finish 7th. More individual Fully Injected results will be posted in the Monday Night Review tomorrow evening.