2017-09-21 / Racing Roundup

Racing Roundup

By Brad Vores

Knoxville Raceway regular Brian Brown had never seen Selinsgrove Speedway until Saturday night. But that didn’t matter as he came into Posse country and showed the fast away around the big half mile to post the win in the All-Star sanctioned Jim Nace Memorial for 410 Sprints.

Brown scored the $8,000 win over Brock Zearfoss, Greg Hodnett, Anthony Macri and Trey Starks.

Then on Sunday night, Brown saw Bedford Speedway for the first time ever and once again showed the fast way around as he scored his second-straight All-Star win of the weekend, defeating Caleb Helms, James McFadden, Chad Kemenah and Greg Hodnett. Logan Wagner finished 11th, while father Mike dropped out and was credited with 21st.

Matt Campbell won his first-ever 410 Sprint Car Main Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway as he held off Tim Wagaman for the win, with Rick Lafferty, Lucas Wolfe and James Mc- Fadden the top five.

Doug Hammaker won the Grove’s 358 Sprint Car Main over Jordan Givler, Kevin Nouse, Chase Dietz and Rich Eichelberger.

Justin Weaver came away with the win in Saturday’s Late Model Sportsman portion of the Small Car Nationals at Hagerstown Speedway. Weaver took the win over Kyle Lear, Marvin Winters, Jonathon Dehaven and Cody Kershner. Kyle Lee picked up the win in the Crate Late Model main over Tanner Kerr and Mike Franklin, while Craig Parrill was the Pure Stock winner over Sean Dawson and Brandon Churchey. Other winners were Jonathan Raley in the Hobby Stocks, Eric Boozel in the U-Cars and Tommy Whitt in the Mini Stocks.

Frankie Herr led all 100 laps of Saturday night’s Super Sportsman 100 at Susquehanna Speedway for his eighth career win in the event. Herr took the checkered flag over Kenny Edkin, Scott Dellinger, Steve Fannasy and Jay Fannasy.

Jasen Geesaman won Susky’s Street Stock feature over Bob Scott Jr., Chris Derr, Jim Palm and Craig Morgan.

Curt Michael took the URC 360/358 Sprint car Challenge win Saturday night at Lincoln Speedway with a final lap pass. Doug Hammaker was second and drove over Michael following the checkered flag, which resulted in a nasty crash and Hammaker sustaining a broken leg and other injuries. Tyler Ross, Chris Coyle and Josh Weller were the top-five finishers at Lincoln.

Bryan Bernheisel won the 358 Late Model feature at Lincoln over Gene Knaub, Bobby Beard, Cam Zeigler and Robbie Emory.

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