Roaring Knob News

Roaring Knob 2015 Banquet March 26th

January 31st, 2016

Banquet

Oval Track Promotions and Roaring Knob Officials Hard at Work

January 9th, 2016

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MARKLEYSBURG, PA (January 8, 2016) Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex track owner and promoter Rick Jones is pleased to announce that Oval Track Promotions and Roaring Knob officials are hard at work putting together the 2016 season schedule. To date we have signed on with UFo for the July 2nd Ernie Jones Memorial paying the super late model $3,000 to win!” The UFo Championship will return to the Knob later in the year for a two day King of the Knob and Big Kahuna weekend. The Annual King of the Knob paying $2,000 to win will be on Friday followed by Saturday’s Big Kahuna paying $4,000 to win. New in 2016, the UFo Championship has been extended to include a touring schedule for the Semi-Late class (limited, econo, steel block & crate late models).   Specified UFo “SuperNova” events will now feature 2 powerful late model divisions in 1 program!

2016 session will be exciting for our fans, “Once the weather brakes, we’ll be starting resurfacing the speedway with new clay” Jones stated. New in 2016 will be the Classic Car’s who will be running on a week on–week off schedule. Our primary divisions will remain the same with super late models along with our crate late models, street stock, chargers and 4 cylinders running on weekly bases. Mini wedges, ¼ midgets and go karts will be on the Sunday schedule.

“I’m asking our crate drivers and car owners to contact me as to which rule package to use RUSH or FasTrack” Jones stated. “RUSH has always supported Roaring Knob but I need to listen to our drivers”. Several of the tracks in the region are running their own crate programs and I need to evaluate which is best for our drivers and Roaring Knob.

Like many other promoters car counts have declined for various reasons, we need to evaluate our rules packages for both our street stocks and chargers division. I want to make sure we are in line with rules that resemble Dog Hollow, Elkins and Tyler County Speedway, I’m hoping to have something our next week for the drivers to review.

About Roaring Knob Motorsport Complex is a 3/8-mile dirt track located 380 Fearer Rd. Markleysburg PA 15459 just west of the Yough Lake and only miles from the Nemacolin Woodland Resort and Casino. Our central location not only brings local fans but also many from West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, and Ohio, giving you a very broad audience. Dirt track racing and quality family entertainment are presented weekly from late April through late October. For more information, Raceday phone: 724-329-0306 check out www.roaringknob.com or www.facebook.com/ roaringknob

SMALL CAR NATIONALS HALLOWEEN MADINESS!

October 20th, 2015

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SMALL CAR NATIONALS HALLOWEEN MADINESS OCTOBER 29th-30th-31st

October 20th, 2015

ROARING KNOB MOTORSPORT COMPLEX

HALLOWEEN MADINESS

SMALL CAR NATIONS

OCTOBER 29TH-30TH-31ST

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29TH

OPEN PRACTICE

4:30 pm Pit Gates open 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm Practice

GENERAL ADMISSION FREE

PITS $20 (3-Day Pit Pass $60)

 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30TH QUALIFYING HEATS!

4:30 pm Pit Gates open

5:00 pm General Admission

6:45 pm Drivers Meeting

7:00 pm Hot Laps

7:15 pm Opening Ceremonies

Heat Races (Order of Events TBD)

Crate Late Models (8 Laps)

Street Stocks (6 Laps)

Chargers/Hobby Stocks (6 Laps)

Road Runners 4 Cylinders (6 Laps)

Classic Cars (6 Laps)

Adult Admission $12 – Seniors $10 – Students $8 – Kids 10 & Under Free – Pits $25

(2-Day Pit Pass $50)

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31ST  SMALL CAR NATIONALS!

3:00 pm Pit Gates open

4:00 pm General Admission

5:00 pm Drivers Meeting

5:15 pm Hot Laps

6:00 pm Opening Ceremonies

B-Mains (Order of Events TBD)

Crate Late Models (8 Laps)

Street Stocks (6 Laps)

Chargers/Hobby Stocks (6 Laps)

Road Runners 4 Cylinders (6 Laps)

Classic Cars (6 Laps)

A-Mains (Order of Events TBD)

Crate Late Models (40 Laps) $2,000 to Win!

Street Stocks (30 Laps) $1,000 to Win!

Chargers/Hobby Stocks (30 Laps) $750 to Win!

Road Runners 4 Cylinders (30 Laps) $500 to Win!

Classic Cars (25 Laps) $500 to Win!

Adult Admission $15 – Seniors $13 – Students $8 – Kids 10 & Under Free – Pits $30

Parking: Plenty of free parking in our main parking area. Designated handicapped parking area is located right at the main general admission gate.

About Roaring Knob Motorsport Complex is a 3/8-mile dirt track located 380 Fearer Rd. Markleysburg PA 15459 just west of the Yough Lake and only miles from the Nemacolin Woodland Resort and Casino. Our central location not only brings local fans but also many from West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, and Ohio, giving you a very broad audience. Dirt track racing and quality family entertainment are presented weekly from late April through late October. For more information, Race day phone: 724-329-0306.

Saturday October 3rd Championship Night Cancelled!

October 3rd, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MARKLEYSBURG, PA – Oct. 2, 2015 – With steady rain continuing to fall in Western Pennsylvania, Saturday Championship night at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex has been cancelled.

Next on the schedule is the Annual Small Car Nationals October 8th – 9th – 10th!

Crate Late Models (40 Laps) $2,000 to Win!

Street Stocks (30 Laps) $1,000 to Win!

Chargers/Hobby Stocks (30 Laps) $750 to Win!

Road Runners 4 Cylinders (30 Laps) $500 to Win!

Classic Cars (25 Laps) $500 to Win!

September 26 Results

September 28th, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MARKLEYSBURG, PA (September 26, 2015) Veteran driver Jim Byers demonstrated to the younger drivers at Roaring Knob Saturday night why he hold records with the most wins and track championships when he picked up win in the 15-lap Street Stock Division. Byers who started on the outside pole next to the #3C of Barry Faris were able to get the lead and never look back. The 15-lap feature went wire-to-wire while Byers had a commanding lead, the Faris Carpet #3c driven by Uniontown, PA Barry Faries battled with the #89 of Jason Gibbs and points leader #T2 Greg Hauger. Faries was able to defend the runner up position lap-after-lap and was able to secure the second place finish as Byers took the checker flag for his second win of 2015.

Stock Car Results) Jim Byers, Barry Faris, Jason Gibbs, Greg Hauger, Herb Karlinsey, Cody Colflesh, Martin Spade

(Heat Winner) Greg Hauger

(Recap)

Winner: Jim Byers

Lead Changes: 0

Lap Leaders: 1-15 Jim Byers

# of Cautions: 0

With the Championship night only one week away a battle between the #25 of CJ Nicola and the #30 of Justin Howell continued Saturday night separating the two position by only 23 points. With the #30 of Justin Howell holding the points lead over 2014 Charger Champion CJ Nicola. Nicola starting on the pole was able to get the jump on the field to lead every lap of the 12-lap feature. 12 year old Ryan Frazze starting on the outside pole worked hard to remain in second but loss the front end at the exit of turn 2 allowing the #30 of Howell to get the run on the inside moving the #11F of Frazee to third.

With laps counting down Howell was able to gain on Nicola that saw the two champion drivers run side-by-side. With Howell on the outside and Nicola on the preferred inside line, Howell was unable to make the pass following Nicola to the checker flag.

(Chargers) CJ Nicola, Justin Howell, Ryan Frazee, Shawn Smith, Erin Ramsey, Jeff Hickle, Charlie McClain, Jamie Keene

(Heat Winner) Shawn Smith

(Recap)

Winner: CJ Nicola

Lead Changes: 0

Lap Leaders: 1-12 CJ Nicola

# of Cautions: 4

High Gear Speed Shop RUSH Late Models fans were witness to a repeat performance when 2015 track champion Garrett Paugh picked up his 6th win of the 2015 season and securing the High Gear Speed Shop Rush Late Model Championship with 933 points over Clinton Hersh 784 points and third place Russell Baird Jr. 776 points.

(High Gear Speed Shop RUSH Late Models) Garrett Paugh, Jamie Czerneski, Russell Baird Jr., Andy Spooner, Clinton Hersh, Richard Logan, Jacob Gunn, Jeffrey Reft, Jennae Piperm Mark Wells, Fred Spangler

(Heat Winner) Garrett Paugh, Andy Spooner

(Recap)

Winner: Garrett Paugh

Lead Changes: 0

Lap Leaders: 1-20 Garrett Paugh

# of Cautions: 3

Newt’s York Bar & Grill Roadrunner’s seen the 2014 champion David Friend pick up his 5th win of the 2015 season. Friend was able to hold off the #64 of Ryan Peer for a 12-lap non-stop feature race.

(Newt’s York Bar & Grill Roadrunner) David Friend, Ryan Peer, Robert Fox, Ed Detrick

Andrew Pluta, Jeff Vasos, Bob Fox, Dustin Detrick, Ed Detrick, Todd Detrick, Anthony Monteparte, DNS: Wade Roles

(Heat Winner) David Friend

(Recap)

Winner: David Friend

Lead Changes: 0

Lap Leaders: 1-12 David Friend

# of Cautions 0

(Powder Puff Road Runner) Katie Jones, DNS Tristey Mains

October 3, 2015

Championship Night (LAST POINTS NIGHT)
Super Late Models ~ RUSH Late Models ~ Street Stocks ~ Roadrunners ~ Chargers

PLUS: Chargers/Road Runners Powder Puffs

Come out early to get your favorite seats for these exciting events! Roaring Knob Motorsports has ample areas inside the facility for lawn chair viewing, or you can sit in our grandstands, or come early to reserve a drive-in parking spot and view from your car. Drive-in parking is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Regular Action Events: Pit gates open at 4:30 pm, grandstand gates open at 5:00 pm, hot laps begin at 6:45 pm and racing starts at 7:15pm. Check schedule for possible different starting times for special events.

Parking: Plenty of free parking in our main parking area. Designated handicapped parking area is located right at the main general admission gate.

About Roaring Knob Motorsport Complex is a 3/8-mile dirt track located 380 Fearer Rd. Markleysburg PA 15459 just west of the Yough Lake and only miles from the Nemacolin Woodland Resort and Casino. Our central location not only brings local fans but also many from West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, and Ohio, giving you a very broad audience. Dirt track racing and quality family entertainment are presented weekly from late April through late October. For more information, Raceday phone: 724-329-0306 check out www.roaringknob.com or www.facebook.com/ roaringknob

Hardy Sweeps Roaring Knob “King of the Knob” & “Big Kahuna” Weekend

September 22nd, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MARKLEYSBURG, PA (September 20, 2015) With the King of the Knob preliminary feature behind, drivers and race teams put their focus on the Big Kahuna 50 paying the winner $5,000. 30 super late models in the pits, time trails were used to set the field for their heat races and saw MPH Chassie #99V Kyle Hardy demonstrating why he is the “King of the Knob” when he set quick time on the 3/8th mile oval with 16.014.

With heats and dash completed which saw Kyle Hardy, Greg Satterlee, Jason Covert, Dan Stone

winning their heats and the Dash going to Jason Covert, Mother Nature decided to rain on the Markleysburg, PA and after a lengthily delay forced race track promoter/owner Rick Jones to postpone the features until Sunday, September 20th.

With fans and most of the drivers returning Sunday to beautiful skies, saw Hardy return to the speedway focusing on sweeping the weekend and winning both the King of the Knob and the Big Kahuna. Jason Covert driving the Mann Automotive #72C brought the field to the start of the Big Kahuna 50. At the green Kyle Hardy and his #99v took the lead and never looked back. “The track was in pretty good condition for a Sunday afternoon” Hardy stated in winning circle. Hardy was able to maintain the lead despite a caution on lap-8 for the spinning of the 22D of Darras Deneen.

On the restart with Hardy as your race leader followed by the #72c Jason Covert, third #94 Jason Miller, fourth #22 Greg Satterlee; Hardy maintained the advantage working through lap traffic with little or no effort for the next 10-laps when Deneen lost the handle bringing out the second caution of the afternoon on lap-17.

With the field once again in a single file restart, Hardy maintained his superior performance and was able to hold off the charging Covert, followed by Miller, Senic, Stone who were running in the top five. Mechanical issues brought out the third caution for Bob Nelson #88 ending a good run for the Dunbar, PA driver. During the same caution period the #6 of Jamie Lathroum who was running in the top 10 reported to the work area with a flat tire, and with quick response from his crew was able to remain on the lead lap when he returned to the speedway.

With 35 laps in the books, Hardy continued the lead followed by second Covert, third Miller, fourth Satterlee, fifth Delano. Racing slowed on lap-48 for the spin of Matt Sponaugle #8 who sustained a flat tire. Now with a two lap shoot out, Covert had one last chance to take the lead only to see Hardy pull away and getting the sweep winning both the 2015 King of the Knob and the 2015 Big Kahuna 50.

 

(Big Kanuna – Super Late Models) Kyle Hardy, Jason Covert, Jason Miller, Greg Satterlee, Dale Hollidge, Michael Lake, Ron Delano, Jamie Lathroum, Andy Fries, Matt Sponaugle, Tim Senic, Jayme Beck, Darras Deneen, Shane Hitt, Dan Stone, Bob Nelson, Tommy Beck, Jacob Hawkins DNS: Amanda Whaley, Ross Robinson, Devin Freise, Dan Angelicchio, Keith Barbara, Andrew Wylie, Jared Miley, DNQ: Richard Frazier, Alex Ferree, Tyler Hurst, Bob Gordon, Travis Brown

(Heat Winner) Kyle Hardy, Greg Satterlee, Jason Covert, Dan Stone

(Dash) Jason Covert

(Fast Time) Kyle Hardy 16.014

 (Recap)

Winner: Kyle Hardy

Lead Changes: 0

Lap Leaders: 1-50 Kyle Hardy

# of Cautions: 5

High Gear Speed Shop RUSH Late Models had Somerset, PA, Knepper Repair #20 of Alan Knepper bring the field to green next to the #RJ1 of Mike Peghar. Knepper was able to get the start and lead the first two laps. Veteran driver Peghar driving for Jerry Haseleu was able to get track position on Knepper at the exit of turn 4 when Knepper went high. Peghar took the inside line moving the RJ1 to the number one position.

Caution flew on lap-3 when several cars were involved in an incident exiting turn 4. Tangled in the accident were the #0 of Troy Frazier, #21 of Michael Ott, #52 of Bryan Benton, #14 of Patrick Waugh, #90J of Michael Duritsky, and #17 of Logan Roberson all of which were able to continue.

On the restart Peghar continued the lead but was hampered by several cautions that continued to tighten the field, and gave the opportunity of Braeden Dillinger #14 and Garrett Paugh #03 to work the cautions to their advantage and were able to move into the second and third spot.

On lap-18 the 21 of Michael Ott spun in turn 2 bringing out the seventh caution of the afternoon. As track officials were getting the field lined up and Peghar as your race leader, smoke started to develop under the hood of the RJ1 ending Peghar bid for the victory. Garrett Paugh was then scored as your race leader and was able to hold off Dillinger and third place finisher Brent Trimble picking up his fifth feature win of 2015.

(High Gear Speed Shop RUSH Late Models) Garrett Paugh, Braeden Dillinger, Brent Trimble, Alan Knepper, Kris Eaton, Mark Wells, Patrick Waugh, Michael Duritsky, Mike Opalinski, Troy Frazier, Jamie Czerneski, Brian Leaderhouse, Mike Paghar, DJ Nakutis, Clinton Hersh, Michael Ott, Bryan Benton, Russell Baird, Fred Spangler, DNS: Logan Roberson, Lindsay Barton, Dylan Lewis, Andy Spooner

(Heat Winner) Alan Knepper, Mike Pagher, Brent Trimble

(Recap)

Winner: Garrett Paugh

Lead Changes: 3

Lap Leaders: 1-2 Alan Knepper, 3-18 Mike Pagher, 19-20 Garrett Paugh

# of Cautions: 7

Street Stock fifteen lap feature saw points leader Greg Hauger take a commanding lead driving the Garry’s Auto Sale/Pro 1 Chassis/ Elite Motors #T2 over the #28T of Cody Colflesh and #90 Jim Byers for a none stop high speed fifteen lap shoot out.

Stock Car Results) Greg Hauger, Cody Colflesh, Jim Byers, Barry Faris, DNS: Joe Wrona, Scott Bittinger

(Heat Winner) Cody Colflesh

(Recap)

Winner: Greg Hauger

Lead Changes: 0

Lap Leaders: 1-15 Greg Hauger

# of Cautions: 0

Coming up on (Saturday, September 26, 2015)

Regular Saturday Night Racing! Super Late Models ~ RUSH Late Models ~ Street Stocks ~ Roadrunners ~ Chargers
PLUS: Chargers/Road Runners Powder Puffs

Come out early to get your favorite seats for these exciting events! Roaring Knob Motorsports has ample areas inside the facility for lawn chair viewing, or you can sit in our grandstands, or come early to reserve a drive-in parking spot and view from your car.

Drive-in parking is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Regular Action Events: Pit gates open at 4:30 pm, grandstand gates open at 5:00 pm, hot laps begin at 6:45 pm and racing starts at 7:15pm. Check schedule for possible different starting times for special events.

Parking: Plenty of free parking in our main parking area. Designated handicapped parking area is located right at the main general admission gate.

About Roaring Knob Motorsport Complex is a 3/8-mile dirt track located 380 Fearer Rd. Markleysburg PA 15459 just west of the Yough Lake and only miles from the Nemacolin Woodland Resort and Casino. Our central location not only brings local fans but also many from West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, and Ohio, giving you a very broad audience. Dirt track racing and quality family entertainment are presented weekly from late April through late October. For more information, Raceday phone: 724-329-0306check out www.roaringknob.com or www.facebook.com/ roaringknob

Fans at Roaring Knob Witness Unthinkable May 30th Super Late Model Make-up

September 22nd, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MARKLEYSBURG, PA (September 18, 2014) Fans at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex Friday night were witness to unthinkable event when 14 year old driver of the High Gear Speed Shop #27 Michael Lake became the youngest driver in the history of Roaring Knob to win a super late model feature.

At the age of 12, Lake who piloted a crate late model on a weekly basis at Roaring Knob became the youngest driver ever to qualify for a Nesmith Crate Late Model race in Florida. He would also set another record in 2013 when he won his heat race in RUSH Crate Late Model competition and earned a front row starting spot for the feature event.  When the green flag dropped, it was Lake who would take the early lead over former track champ Troy Shields.  Lake would become the youngest driver to win a crate late model race in Pennsylvania and he is arguably one of the youngest drivers ever to win a dirt late model feature in the United States.

Driving for his grandfather Bobby Lake, Michael continued setting records winning the RUSH Crate Late Model 2014 regional championship along with winning the RUSH Futures Cup. In 2015 Lake continued running part at the Knob in the High Gear Speed Shop RUSH Late Model Division but shift most of his time and teams effort running more super late model events where he qualified and competed with the Lucas Oil Super Late Model Series along with the World of Outlaw Super Late Models Series.

May 30th at the Knob was no different than any other night; Michael Lake driving the familiar #27 was competing in the weekly Mid Atlantic Hoosier Tire Super Late Models division and qualified for the feature event. However, Mother Nature came in to play, forcing postponement of the 25-lap feature until Friday night September 18th.

With the Ace Metal Works/Ace Signs Supply/Mountain Tech Heating #7 driven by Billy Holbert on the pole for the Hoosier Tire Mid Atlantic Hoosier Tire 25-lap feature, green flag flew with Holbert with Bob Gordon driving the B-B & T Auto Wreckers/Grantville Truck & Trailer/Kevin Roy Trucking #31 going two wide for the for the first 9 laps. At times Holbert had the advantage with a ½ car length lead then Gordon would have the advantage. This battle went back and forth providing the S2 of Tim Senic to advance and join the battle for first.

Caution flew on lap-9 when the J.B. Motorsports #92 of Jayme Beck spun at the entrance of turn 3. On the restart Gordon got a good run off of turn 4 and took the lead with Holbert in second and Senic third. Holbert was able to return the favor on lap-11 when he was able to power around the #31 of Gordon and taking the lead.

With Beck fighting a ill handling car, she lost the handle for the second time at the entrance of turn 3 bringing out the second caution. In a post race interview Beck explained that her right rear tire went flat.

Now with the field in a single file restart with Holbert first, Gordon second followed by Senic and Lake forth. Holbert got an excellent start and was able to pull to three car lead. Senic was able to move to the outside of Gordon taking second place with sites on race leader Holbert.

With laps counting down Senic moved to the outside of Holbert exiting turn 4 with contact made between the two drivers, Holbert spun bringing out the third caution of the night and putting both Holbert and Senic to the tail. Now with Lake as your race leader and only three laps remaining, Lake was able to hold off the field picking up his first Super Late Model feature of his young life.

(Hoosier Tire Mid Atlantic Super Late Models) Michael Lake, Billy Holbert, Bob Gordon, Tim Senic, Jayme Beck, DNS: Gary Dalton, Greg Gellner, Mel Minnick, Matt Sponaugle, Cody Hardesty, Darras Deneen

(Heat Winner) Mel Minnick, Greg Gellner

(Recap)

Winner: Michael Lake

Lead Changes: 4

Lap Leaders: 1-4 Billy Holbert, 5-6 Bob Gordon, 7-22 Billy Holbert, 23-25 Michael Lake

# of Cautions: 3

Hardy Wins “King of the Knob” September 18th Results

September 22nd, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MARKLEYSBURG, PA (September 18, 2015) Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex had 32 Super Late Models signed in for the annual King of the Knob 30-lap feature paying the winner a cool $2000. Stephens City, VA Kyle Hardy driving his MBH chassis #99V demonstrated a flawless night at the Knob winning his heat, dash, and 30-lap feature.

Hardy starting on the pool was able to get a clean start and pull away from the field in clear air. Caution flew on lap-5 for the spinning of the #94 of Jason Miller. On the restart Hardy once again was able to pull from the field with the #72S Dan Stone in second followed by the #S2 of Tim Senic third. As Hardy had the field cover, the 2nd place position was contested between Dan Stone and Roaring Knob point’s leader Tim Senic on lap-7-8-9. Stone was able to get around Senic on lap-9 moving Senic to third followed by Jason Covert forth and fast time setter Keith Barbara 5th.

By lap-20 Hardy working lap traffic allowed Stone and Senic to gain on Hardy only for the second caution to fly on lap-22 for the stopping of the #7R of Ross Robinson. As the green flag flew and laps counting down Hardy continued his flawless run and was able to pick up his fifth victory of the year. “I like this place” Hardy stated in a post race interview. “We had the set up and was able to work lap traffic with no problem” “the car could go anywhere I wanted” Hardy stated.

(King of the Knob – Super Late Models) Kyle Hardy, Dan Stone, Tim Senic, Jason Covert, Keith Barbara, Jared Miley, Greg Satterlee, Dan Angelicchio, Shane Hitt, Devin Freise, Andy Friese, Jamie Lathroum, Michael Lake, Alex Ferree, John Over, Amanda Whaley, Bob Gordon, Jamie Beck, Billy Holbert, Ron Delano, Mike Lupfer, Ross Robinson, Jacob Hawkins, Jason Miller DNS: Gary Dalton, Chuck Harber DNQ: Bob Nelson, Andrew Wylie, Braeden Dillinger, Bill Yohe, Mike Steck, Andy Spooner

(Heat Winner) Dan Angelicchio, Jason Covert, Greg Satterlee, Kyle Hardy

(B Main) Billy Holbert

(Dash) Kyle Hardy

(Fast Time) Keith Barbara 15.905

(Recap)

Winner: Kyle Hardy

Lead Changes: 0

Lap Leaders: 1-30 Kyle Hardy

# of Cautions: 3

In the Charger Division saw the young Fairmont, WV driver Erin Ramsey sitting on the pole for the 15 lap feature event. Ramsey was able to get the start she needed to hold off the Joe’s Body Shop #77 of EJ Rozak. With the #01 WV Pool Construction in the lead, Ramsey carried too much speed into turn 3 washing the #01 to the high side of turn 4 giving the line to the #77 of Rozak.

With Rozak in the lead followed by the #30 of Justin Howell and the #11F of Ryan Frazee, Rozak was able to pull from the field picking up his second feature win of the year.

(Chargers) EJ Rozak, Bob Miller, Justin Howell, Ryan Frazee, Erin Ramsey, Charlie McClain, Scott Herring, DNS: Jim Crossland, Wayland King, Brandyn Schaum

(Heat Winner) Erin Ramsey, Bob Miller

(Recap)

Winner: EJ Rozak

Lead Changes: 2

Lap Leaders: 1 Erin Ramsey, 2-15 EJ Rozak

# of Cautions: 2

Newt’s York Bar & Grill Roadrunner’s seen the 2014 champion David Friend passing hot shoe Andrew Pluta in the closing laps and picked up the win and returning to winner cycle Friday night.

Pluta had the lead at the start which seen side-by-side action between the #67 of Pluta and the #12 of Jeff Vasos. Both drivers ran side by side giving Friend the time to move from the eighth starting position to third.

Caution flew on lap-5 for the #00 of Anthony Monteparte and 65D of Todd Detrick who made contact in turn 2.

With the field tighten up and a single file restart, Pluta once again was able to maintain the lead but Friend was able to get around the #12 Jeff Vasos moving Friend to second and Vasos to third. On lap-12 Friend got under the #67 Pluta at the exit of turn 2 but Pluta was able to maintain the lead on lap-13.

With only two laps remaining, Friend once again made the move on Pluta out of turn 2 but instead of taking the preferred inside line Friend moved to the outside and was able to carry his speed down the back stretch taking the lead with one lap remaining. With lap traffic in front of Friend, Pluta had one last chance, but Friend was able to work traffic and was able to pick up the win.

(Newt’s York Bar & Grill Roadrunner) David Friend, Andrew Pluta, Jeff Vasos, Bob Fox, Dustin Detrick, Ed Detrick, Todd Detrick, Anthony Monteparte, DNS: Wade Roles

(Heat Winner) Robert Pluta

(Recap)

Winner: David Friend

Lead Changes: 2

Lap Leaders: 1-13 Robert Pluta, 14-15 David Friend

# of Cautions 1

Powder Puff Results:

Powder Puff Chargers: Kristi Ramsey

Powder Puff Road Runners: Danielle Delarenzo, Katie Jones

September 15th, 2015

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