DIRT-TRACK RACING: York's Glenndon Forsythe gets biggest sprint-car win of his career
- York's Glenndon Forsythe won Saturday All Star feature at Lincoln Speedway.
- The $5,000 triumph was the biggest win of Forsythe's career.
- Chad Kemenah finished second, followed by York's Cory Haas.
York’s Glenndon Forsythe raced to the biggest win of his sprint-car career in Saturday’s All Star Circuit of Champions feature at Lincoln Speedway.
Forsythe collected $5,000 for his second Lincoln win of the season, which was the fifth of his career there.
York’s Cory Haas led the first of the 30 laps from the pole position, before Forsythe, who started second, took command. Haas challenged several times during the remainder of the event, but Forsythe was up to the challenge and raced to the victory.
All Star point leader Chad Kemenah got by Haas for second on the final lap, with Haas third and Freddie Rahmer coming from the 10th starting position for fourth. Fawn Grove’s Matt Campbell completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Alan Krimes, Tim Shaffer, Robbie Kendall, Brian Montieth, who came back from an early-race spin, and Dillsburg’s Anthony Macri.
Mason Chaney came out on top of a wild scramble to win the 20-lap legends feature. Chaney led only the final lap. York’s Lucas Montogmery finished second, after leading much of the race, with Hayden Pascoe, Bob Stough and Craley’s Bill Diehl in the top five.
Lincoln suffered a 50-minute rain delay during the running of the legends heats.
Dietrich wins All Star race at Grove: Danny Dietrich won Friday’s All Star feature at Williams Grove Speedway.
Dietrich’s $5,000 win came over Sammy Swindell. Rico Abreu led the first 18 laps before a flat left rear tire ended his quest for the win. Spring Grove’s Greg Hodnett finished third, with Lance Dewease, Lucas Wolfe, Kemenah, Montieth, Tim Shaffer, Mark Smith and Trey Starks in the top 10.
Scott Ellerman won the 20-lap 305 sprint feature over Austin Bishop, Bobby Butler, Jaremi Hanson and Zach Newlin.
Rahmer triumphs at Grandview: Freddie Rahmer raced to his first career All Star win at Grandview Speedway on Thursday evening.
Rahmer passed Ryan Smith for the lead on the 26th of 35 laps. Rahmer’s win came at a track where both his father and grandfather have won races, making him the third Fred Rahmer to win on the "Hill."
Ryan Smith finished, second, followed by Hodnett, Abreu, Montieth, Dietrich, Kemenah, Dale Blaney, Krimes and Wolfe.
Sheppard outlasts rain to take Port Royal win: After a very lengthy rain delay, Port Royal Speedway was able to complete its program of World of Outlaws late models and the track’s regular 410 sprint cars.
Outlaw point leader Brandon Sheppard won the late-model feature over Newberrytown’s Jason Covert, with Chris Madden in third. York’s Rick Eckert and Austin Hubbard completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Devin Moran, Mason Zeigler, Kyle Hardy, Jeff Rine and Dale Hollidge.
Brock Zearfoss won the sprint-car feature over Daryl Stimeling. Mike Wagner was third, followed by Nicole Bower, Dylan Cisney, Logan Wagner, Blane Heimbach, T.J. Stutts, Joey Hershey and Trenton Sheaffer.
Mitten victorious at Susquehanna: Russ Mitten led the last 10 laps to win the 25-lap super-sportsman feature at Susquehanna Speedway Saturday evening.
Mitten’s win came over Lewisberry’s Scott Dellinger, with Gregg Foster, Doug Dodson and Fawn Grove’s Paul Miller in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Frankie Herr, Tom Wyckoff, Davey Walsh, Chad Smith and Bruce Buckwalter Jr.
Manchester’s Randy Christine Jr. bested Dover’s Chase Billet to win the limited-late-model feature. Drew Weisser, York’s Sammy Rial and Cory Merkel completed the top five.
Manchester’s Patrick McClane won the Xtreme stock feature over Strinestown’s Travis Horan and Newberrytown’s Alex Updegraff.
Roland Brown was the classic car winner.
Selinsgrove rained out: Selinsgrove was rained out on Saturday when a storm hit just after warm-ups.
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