(Jared Miley in ‘PPMS’ Victory Lane on Sunday, April 21st – Photo Credit: Howie Balis)

Jared Miley Ends Weekend With a Win at ‘PPMS’
Finishes Tenth on Saturday with NDRL’s ULMS at Sharon Speedway
By Tyler Altmeyer: ‘FullyInjected.com Presented by Schaeffer’s Racing Oil & Weather Capital Sales’

Pittsburgh, PA (April 21st, 2013) – South Park, Pennsylvania’s Jared Miley earned his first super late model victory of the 2013 season earlier this afternoon, Sunday, April 21st, at the Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway near Imperial, Pennsylvania. The Jared Miley Racing, Colussy Chevrolet, Octane Graphix, Brougher’s Machine Shop, ‘H1’ team ‘parked it’ in victory lane at ‘Dirt’s Monster Half Mile’ after starting the 25-lap, super late model main event from the outside of the front row; taking the lead on the first lap, and never looking back. Miley, who is a former Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway Track Champion, finished second (2nd) last Saturday afternoon at the big half-mile during super late model feature competition. ‘The Jet’ would return to the family-owned facility and better that performance by one, very important, position. ‘PPMS’ went forth and utilized their ‘Sunday Rain Date’ since their originally scheduled Saturday afternoon, April 20th, event was postponed due to inclement weather.

“It feels really good to get that first win out of the way” said Matt Miley; Jared Miley’s younger brother and Crew Chief for the ‘H1’ team, “We had a tough night at Sharon Speedway on Saturday, so to turn around and get our first win feels pretty good…I have to thank everyone involved with this team…we work really hard and to get a win makes it all worth it!”

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(Miley in action at ‘PPMS’ – Photo Credit: Howie Balis)

With Jared Miley’s plans of a ‘three races in two days’ weekend shutdown after Lernerville Speedway was forced to pull the plug on their ‘Fab Four’ season opener on Friday evening, April 19th; the defending Lernerville Speedway Track Champion was forced to flip-flop his attention, and open his weekend at Sharon Speedway’s NDRL’s ULMS event on Saturday evening, April 20th. The Saturday evening program kicked-off Miley’s recent weekend with plenty of satisfaction; as the Western Pennsylvania ‘hotshoe’ earned a top ten finish with some of the region’s brightest super late model stars. Miley finished tenth (10th) in the $3,000-to-win, NDRL’s ULMS main event at Sharon Speedway after starting from the outside of the eleventh row. The twelve-position charge by Miley was satisfying for the Jared Miley Racing crew; as the night was filled with ‘new ideas’ and continuous ‘testing.’ Davey Johnson was the $3,000 winner.

“We tried some different things on Saturday at Sharon Speedway” explained Matt Miley, “We figured out pretty quick that the changes that we made and experimented with didn’t go quite as planned…we switched things back and raced pretty well in the feature…climbing twelve positions was really satisfying for us…it was a pretty good night.”

As far as the upcoming weekend is concerned, nothing is permanently written down on the ‘JMR’ schedule. As of now, the Jared Miley Racing ‘H1’ operation has plans to make an appearance at the Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania on Friday evening, April 26th, for their second attempt at opening their ‘Fab Four’ season. On Saturday, April 27th, action will resume for Jared Miley and the Colussy Chevrolet ‘H1’ team. No special appearances are planned as of now, but, a return to Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway for another 2:00PM weekly program is certainly not out of the question. Stay tuned at www.fullyinjected.com for more details.

Keep up with Jared Miley, and the entire Jared Miley Racing, Colussy Chevrolet, Octane Graphix, Brougher’s Machine Shop, ‘H1’ team, all season long – right here at ‘FullyInjected.com Presented by Schaeffer’s Racing Oil & Weather Capital Sales.’ Be sure to also visit Jared Miley’s official online home atwww.jaredmiley.com.

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