Three new drivers graced Central PA 410 Sprint car victory lane over the weekend as Cory Haas got his first win of the year at Williams Grove Speedway on Friday, while Doug Esh scored the Port Royal Speedway win and Alan Krimes took the Lincoln Speedway win on Saturday.
Haas outran Fred Rahmer, Gerard McIntyre Jr., Brian Montieth and Adam Wilt Friday at the Grove.
Austin Hogue scored a career first Grove 358 Sprint car win over Mark Smith, Kevin Nouse, Tyler Ross and Ryan Wilson.
Esh’s Port Royal win was the first for car owners Tom and Fran Chiapelli and it came over Dylan Cisney, Harrisonville’s Mike Wagner, Chad Layton and Lance Dewease.
Jeff Miller won a career first Port Royal Late Model win over Tim Wilson, Sam Schaffer, Matt Parks and Steve Campbell.
Krimes picked up the Lincoln 410 Sprint car win over JJ Grasso, Jim Siegel, Fred Rahmer and Robbie Kendall.
Grant Adams defeated Gene Knaub to win the 358 Late Model Main at Lincoln with Steve Clabaugh, Brad Shank and Sam Gallagher following.
David Socks won a career first Lincoln Super Sportsman feature over Frankie Herr, Steve Wilbur, Scott Geesey and Scott Dellinger.
Pat Cannon picked up his first win of the season in 358 Sprint action Saturday at Selinsgrove Speedway as he won over TJ Stutts, Derek Lock, Jason Shultz and Cody Keller.
Jerry Bard won a career first Selinsgrove Late Model feature in exciting fashion over Jeff Rine, Jim Bernheisel, Tony Adams and Matt Cochran.
Chase Billet was the 358 Late Model winner at Susquehanna Speedway on Saturday over Justin Ehrhart, Coleby Frye, Billy Wampler and John Moser, Jr.
Harrisonville’s Logan Wagner scored the PASS 305 Sprint car win after coming from his ninth starting spot to take the lead with 15 laps complete. He then took the win over Matt Mountz and Alex Schanz. Mark Watkins finished 11th, while Michael Wagner won his heat race but dropped out with a 23rd place feature finish.
Four drivers locked themselves in the September Small Car Nationals with qualifying wins Saturday at Hagerstown Speedway.
Andy Anderson notched his first track win since the 2009 season in the Late Model Sportsman feature as he won over Justin Weaver, Andy Fries, Mike Walls and Big Cove Tannery’s Frankie Plessinger.
Steve Kent won the Pure Stock feature over Brian Duffy, Kevin Boyer, Jamie Swank and Kevin Koontz while Dustin Proctor won the Hobby Stock Main over Krazy Kenny Thomas and Gary Proctor. Ryan Laye was the 4-cylinder winner over Scott McCartney and Austin Stover.
JT Spence picked up the Saturday night Late Model feature win at Winchester Speedway over Gary Stuhler, DJ Myers, Roy Deese, Jr and Mark Pettyjohn. Tyler Hershey was 22nd.
Fred Rahmer won a Sunday night 410 Sprint car show at Susquehanna Speedway over Don Kreitz, Brent Marks, Logan Schuchart and Mark Smith while Ryan Wilson took the 358 Sprint car win at SSP over Kevin Nouse, Cris Eash, Rodney Wesfhafer and Tyler Ross.
Bedford Speedway opened up the season with a Sunday night event that saw Matt Parks scored the Late Model win over JT Spence, Chuck Clise, Jeff Rine and DJ Troutman, while it was Robbie Black scoring the Limited Late Model win over Rick Singleton, Travis Stickley, Dave Leidy and Nathan LaSalle. Scott Daniels finished 10th in the LLM.
Rick Singleton defeated Tim Smith, Jr and Dave Leidy in Saturday Late Model action at Hill Valley Speedway while DJ Keefer won the Thundercar Main.