Team Fully Injected had three drivers finish inside the top 15 this evening at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania during 410 competition; and also a top 5 performance in Outlaw Sprint Warrior competition. The All-Star Circuit of Champions were in town for a $5,000 to win, Ohio Region event; bringing a 34 car field to the Sarver, PA dirt oval – including such names at Tim Shaffer, Dale Blaney, David Gravel, and Jac Haudenschild. The Outlaw Sprint Warriors were also a class in this evening’s program.
Rod George lead the team with a fifth place finish in tonight’s 30 lap, $5,000 to win, Ohio Region main event. The Kittanning, Pennsylvania native earned his spot in the A-main tonight by way of dominating his respective heat race.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native, Danny Holtgraver, held a top three position early on in the 30 lap race before spinning to a stop off of turns 3&4. The former Lernerville Speedway Track Champion would recover to finish 6th in the feature event after restarting at the tail. He will be in action again tomorrow night, and Sunday night, with the All-Star Circuit of Champions.
Danny in action with the All-Stars last Saturday night at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania where he finished 4th – Rick Rarer Photo
Another former Lernerville Speedway Track Champion, Kevin Schaeffer, also made the feature event this evening and was scored 13th. Schaeffer would fail to transfer from his heat race; resulting in having to run the B-main. After transfering from the B to the A by finishing 3rd, the multi-time Lernerville Speedway winner dodged many cautions and a plague of red flags to finish solidly in the top 15.
Justin Whitesell earned a runner-up finish tonight with the Outlaw Sprint Warriors at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania. The Ohio native and brand new member of Fully Injected first started off the evening by dominating his respective heat race. The Mercer Raceway Park regular then finished second in the 15 lap, Outlaw Sprint Warrior feature event; following Guy Griffin under the checkers.