2018-08-30 / Racing Roundup

Racing Roundup

By Brad Vores

It was a four race weekend for the All-Star Circuit of Champions Sprints in Central PA with a mix of different winners.

Grandview Speedway kicked off the weekend with a Thursday night event where ASCoC points leader Aaron Reutzel scored the win ahead of Freddie Rahmer, Kyle Larson, Paul McMahan and Chad Kemenah.

Williams Grove Speedway hosted the All-Stars Friday night with the Jack Gunn Memorial Twin 20s as the Pennsylvania Posse kept the undefeated streak alive at the track where Freddie Rahmer and Jim Siegel topped the two events. The Posse have never lost to the All-Stars at the Grove.

Rahmer won over Kyle Larson, Aaron Reutzel, Lance Dewease and Tim Shaffer as the second feature saw the top-22 cars from race one inverted where Siegel took the win over Tony Stewart, Dave Blaney, Steve Buckwalter and Anthony Macri.

The All-Stars were back in victory lane Saturday at Lincoln Speedway where Carson Macedo scored the win over Kyle Larson, Tim Shaffer, Brian Montieth and Aaron Reutzel.

The All-Star swing ended Sunday at BAPS Motor Speedway where Tony Stewart scored the win over Cale Conley, Lance Dewease, Paul McMahan and Aaron Reutzel.

Rookie 410 Sprint car racer Tyler Reeser won a nonstop 410 Sprint car feature Saturday at Port Royal Speedway for his first career win as he took the checkered flag ahead of Steve Buckwalter, Greg Hodnett, Mike Wagner and Lucas Wolfe. Logan

Wagner was sixth.

John Scarborough won the 305 Sprint Main at Port over Darren Miller, Kyle Smith, Austin Bishop and Drew Ritchey.

Jason Shutlz won Saturday’s 360 Sprint car main at Selinsgrove Speedway over Mark Smith Ryan Taylor, Colby Womer and Adam Carberry, while Davie Franek clinched his second straight track championship.

Andy Haus won the Super Late Model Main and also wrapped up the Moon- Shine Camo Route 35 Late Model Series Challenge title as well. Randy Chrirstine Jr. finished second ahead of 2018 Late Model track champ Bryan Bernheisel, Jim Bernheisel and Dylan Yoder.

Michael Altobelli won Saturday’s Mid Atlantic Modified feature at Hagerstown Speedway over Brad Kling, Brian Duffy, Rick Hulson and Ray Kable, while Bryan Kerns won the Pure Stock Main over Jamie Zentmyer and Danny Atherton. Kevin Thomas won the Hobby Stocks over Ryan Leister and Shawn Shoemaker.

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