Team Fully Injected’s sprint car division had an impressive Saturday night at the races this evening; with multiple driver’s earning respective finishes against top notch competition.

Danny Holtgraver earned his second consecutive World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series start in two days. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania native earned a 12th place finish after starting deep within in the field of tonight’s 35 lap, Commonwealth Clash at Lernerville Speedway sanctioned by the World of Outlaws. Danny, a former Lernerville Speedway Track Champion, had to come through the B-main to earn his starting spot. There were 32 cars signed in for the $10,000 to win event. Sam Hafertepe Jr. set quick time, while Jason Meyers earned the victory.

Travis Philo traveled to Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio this evening for a $1,500 to win sprint car event. The Waterville, Ohio based operation earned a top 10 finish this evening out of the 28 cars that were signed in. Philo would finish 7th after battling for a runner-up finish for most of the event. Rob Chaney was the evening’s winner at the eastern Ohio venue.

Fully Injected’s, Cory Haas, finished 10th tonight at the very competitive Kenny Weld Memorial at Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania. Haas’ schedule was shortened to a one race weekend after last night’s “Outlaw Tune-Up” at Williams Grove was cancelled due to rain. ‘The Edge” Brian Montieth, who is now a 4-time Lincoln Speedway Track Champion, won the event worth over $6,000.

Justin Whitesell, Fully Injected’s lone Outlaw Sprint Warrior competitor, finished 9th in tonight’s preliminary Outlaw Sprint Warrior feature event at Mercer Raceway Park during the ‘Little Guy Nationals.’ Whitesell rallied from a 15th starting position to finish inside the top 10. The Austintown, Ohio native will now return to Mercer again tomorrow night for the ‘Little Guy Nationals’ finale!

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