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Fab Four Quick Results 8.1 - Rex King Jr. continues to reign over Diehl Mods



Rex King Jr. continues to reign over Diehl Mods
Carl Bowser and Alex Ferree pad points leads with fourth feature wins
Rob Shook finally found the way to Sheetz Victory Lane in the Pic-A-Part Sportsman


Sarver, PA (August 1, 2014) Three Budweiser Points Leaders found their way back to Sheetz Victory Lane for the fourth time to extend their respective leads. Rex King Jr. was the beneficiary of an early race incident between Dave Murdick and Brian Swartzlander, (that sent each to the tail), to score his fourth Diehl Mods feature win of the season. Carl Bowser and Alex Ferree matched King’s accomplishment by winning their fourth features and padding their points leads in the Peoples TWP Sprints and Precise Lates respectively. The night ended in dramatic fashion as Rob Shook held off a furious charge by both Bud Points leader Jim Fosnaught and Two-Time Defending Track Champion Corey McPherson to finally score his first feature win of the season in the Pic-A-Part Sportsman after three runner-up finishes so far this season. Corey McPherson was disqualified for the night, (no points, no purse money), for an intentional rough driving incident with Jim Fosnaught on the final lap that took out both drivers, as well as a few others.

Summer Vacation Quick Results 7.29

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Frank Spithaler rides Cow Patty to Sheetz Victory Lane
Annette Irapino wins a wild Powder Puff Bus Race
John Wetzel wins a terrific trailer race over Kevin Haas and Brian Caro
Adam Noland wins the closest Enduro race in the modern era


Sarver, PA (July 29, 2014)  As always, the real winners tonight were the kids that got to ride and race their bikes on the Action Track.  An added bonus, some of the heroes of Fab Four Racing were on hand to award the bike racers with trophies and ribbons; Peoples TWP Sprint drivers Brandon Matus and AJ Flick were joined by Millerstown Pic-A-Part Sportsman drivers Corey McPherson, Jim Fosnaught and Rob Shook.  We greatly appreciate these drivers donating their own time to participate in this event!  Frank Spithaler cruised to the “Summer Vacation” School Bus race after early leader Jordan Myers broke mid-race.  Annette Irapino and Rosie Spithaler put on a whale of a show in the Powder Puff Race by repeatedly slamming into each other.  Their contact came to a head in turn four when Annette took Rosie to and into the wall.  The Cow Patty hit the turn four wall hard and almost flipped, but came down on four wheels and rolled to a stop.  In the presence of the Lernerville Safety Crew, Rosie jumped out of the back of her bus and threw her hands up in the air celebrating the thrilling race she had with Annette.  John Wetzel outlasted Kevin Haas and Brian Caro to win the Trailer Race that feature a ton of huge hits between the three.  The night came to a dramatic close as Keith Sherwin and Dan Zimmerman ran down leader Adam Noland in the closing laps of the 100-lap Enduro.  Zimmerman dove under Noland in three & four on lap 96 to take the lead, only to see Noland use the same move in the same turns on lap 99 to take the lead back and seal the $1,000 win.  Zimmerman and Sherwin finished second and third ahead of John Horvat and Mike Krzewzinski.

Last Updated on Friday, 01 August 2014 15:52

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Fab Four Quick Results 7.25

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Mike Pegher Jr. rides #1 Cochran Late Model to Sheetz Victory Lane with Bolea Oil on hand
All Star Winner Lee Jacobs returns to steal a win in Peoples TWP Sprints
Rex King Jr. and Corey McPherson also repeat winners


Sarver, PA (July 25, 2014) It’s always good to win when one of your sponsors is on hand with dozens of employees and that’s exactly what Mike Pegher Jr. did tonight in the Precise Late Model feature for the folks from Bolea Oil; another long time sponsor of Lynn Geisler’s #1 Cochran Late Model. Pegher started up front and was relatively unchallenged in scoring his second win of the season. Budweiser Points leader Rex King Jr. had to fend of Jeremiah Shingledecker early and Brian Swartzlander late to score his third win of the season in the Diehl Mods. Lee Jacobs returned to the Action Track for the second time in 10 days trying to replicate his All Star win from May. And while he fell short in his bid to win the Silver Cup, he stole the show tonight by stealing the feature win away from Bud Points leader Carl Bowser in the Peoples TWP Sprints. Corey McPherson continued with the last race larceny by passing Rob Shook on the last lap and even threw sparks hitting the wall in turn four as he charged to the checkered flag for his fourth win of the season in the Pic-A-Part Sportsman.

Last Updated on Saturday, 26 July 2014 03:24

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Fab Four Race Report 7.25 - Jacobs, Pegher, King and McPherson victorious

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Jacobs and McPherson steal late race wins, Pegher wins for sponsor, King Jr. wins third of 2014


Sarver, PA (July 27, 2014)  On a Chamber of Commerce Friday Night, four drivers made triumphant returns to Sheetz Victory Lane and were greeted by our friends from the Twin State Auto Racing Club.  Mike Pegher Jr. scored his second Precise Late Model feature win of the season after hosting the folks from Bolea Oil to a pre-race hospitality event.  Budweiser Points leader Rex King Jr. extended his lead by netting his third Diehl Mods feature win of the season.  Lee Jacobs used a wicked slidejob to steal the Peoples TWP Sprint win away from Bud Points leader Carl Bowser.  Two-Time Defending Track Champion Corey McPherson ran down 19-lap leader Rob Shook and passed him on the final lap to record his fourth win of 2014.

Miley cashes in, Fosnaught on fire! - Race Report 7.18



Jared Miley, Rich Michael Jr., Jim Fosnaught and Adam Hilton Stand Victorious



Sarver, PA (July 20, 2014) While the Elite 8 Late Model Series didn’t bring in more than a handful of series touring drivers, it did reel in some elite regional drivers, (namely Davey Johnson, Gregg Satterlee, Dave Hess Jr. and Max Blair), and put a $3,000 check into the hands of one of our local driver as Jared Miley bested the 20-car field.  Rich Michael Jr. took the checkered flag in the $1,500-to-win Renegades of Dirt Modified Feature.  Jim Fosnaught recorded his fourth win of the season in the Millerstown Pic-A-Part DIRTcar Sportsman and Adam Hilton won his second Rush Sportsman Modified feature of the season in three events at the Action Track.

Last Updated on Sunday, 20 July 2014 16:52

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