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WoO LMS Working Man 50/Uncle Sam 30 Quick Results 8.29

Firecracker 100 Champ Darrell Lanigan scores $10,000 Working Man 50 victory
Russ King wins second $3,000 Uncle Sam 30 

Sarver, PA (August 29, 2014) Just two months after Darrell Lanigan finally slayed the dragon that was the Firecracker 100 presented by GottaRace.com, he returned to Sheetz Victory Lane for a $10,000 Working Man 50 payday. Lanigan’s third World of Outlaws Late Model Series A-Main win of the season at Lernerville Speedway brought his winner’s share to $46,000 for 2014; $30,000 for the Firecracker 100 A-Main, $6,000 for the Firecracker Thursday Preliminary and now $10,000 for the Working Man 50. After the conclusion of Working Man 50, Russ King won the rescheduled Uncle Sam 30 from Firecracker 100 weekend; King’s second career Uncle Sam 30 victory.

Last Updated on Saturday, 30 August 2014 04:04

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Fab Four Race Report 8.22 - Fosnaught Caps Dream Season

Jim Fosnaught endures rain delay to be crowned 2014 Track Champion
Brian Swartzlander adds to Hall of Fame Resume
Logan Wagner wins first 410 Sprint Feature
Michael Norris takes second win of season

Sarver, PA (August 24, 2014)  It appeared as though we had beaten a forecast of rain, but as showers were visible off in the distance of the back straightaway, the first Precise Racing Products DIRTcar Late Model heat race was deluged by rain coming from turns three & four as they were restarting the race.  Several cars sailed wildly off of turn three as the Action Track was instantly turned into an ice rink.  Thankfully, all the drivers were okay, but Alex Ferree’s car especially was heavily damaged.  A 15-20 minute monsoon ensued and seriously jeopardized the completion of Championship Night.  But the upside was that it was only 8:30 which gave us plenty of time to get the track back and despite less than ideal conditions to push off sprints and hook disabled vehicles after cautions, we were able to complete the Fab Four Racing season on the track with all divisions of! 

Last Updated on Sunday, 24 August 2014 15:44

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Fab Four Race Report 8.15 - Bowser, Ferree & King Champions, Miley & Kelley winners

Carl Bowser thrills sponsor Turner Dairy Farms with feature win and Track Championship
Rex King Jr. matches Bowser’s feat of clinching crown with feature win
Jared Miley wins the race, but Alex Ferree wins the title
Joe Kelley wins first feature of 2014, title still up for grabs

Sarver, PA (August 17, 2014)  In this economic climate of limited sponsorship opportunities and dollars, it’s more important than ever to impress the sponsor, especially when they have the Night at the Races and have dozens of employees and their families on hand to watch.  Carl Bowser did just that Friday Night!  First and foremost, Carl had his car on display and met the employees of Turner Dairy Farms and their families during a pre-race Tailgate Party in the parking lot.  Later in the night, he treated them to a post-race party in Sheetz Victory Lane after his fifth Peoples TWP Sprint feature win of the season that also clinched his second career Budweiser Track Championship.  Prior to this, Both Alex Ferree and Rex King Jr. clinched their 2014 titles as well.  Ferree chased Jared Miley to the checkered flag after having clinched his fifth career Precise Late Model Championship.  Rex King Jr. became a first time Track Champion in the Diehl Mods by scoring his fifth feature win of the season.  Joe Kelley, (a seven-time Track Champion), held off a hard charging Corey McPherson to win his first Pic-A-Part Sportsman feature of the season, while Jim Fosnaught scored a solid sixth place finish to make strides towards his first Track Championship.

Dream Season Complete for Jim Fosnaught - Fab Four Quick Results 8.22

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Dream Season Complete for Jim Fosnaught
Swartzlander, Wagner and Norris endure delay to win

Sarver, PA (August 23, 2014) 2014 has been a dream season for Jim Fosnaught in the Pic-A-Part Sportsman. He put the icing on his own cake with his sixth feature win of the season, collected $400 in Eracers Bonus Bucks and secured his first career Budweiser Track Championship. A lengthy rain delay after the first of two Late Model heat races made for a long night, but the best track crew in the country got the Action Track back to racing and the Finest Race Fans in the world and most dedicated drivers in the country stuck with us to end the season on the track a scheduled. Brian Swartzlander dominated the Diehl Mods feature. Logan Wagner scored his first career 410 win in the Peoples TWP Sprints and Michael Norris picked up his second Precise Late Model win.

Last Updated on Saturday, 23 August 2014 07:00

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Fab Four Quick Results 8.15 - Miley, King, Bowser & Kelley win; Bowser, Ferree & King clinch titles

Carl Bowser & Rex King Jr. clinch titles with feature wins
Jared Miley wins the race, but Alex Ferree wins the title
Joe Kelley wins first feature of 2014, title still up for grabs

Sarver, PA (August 15, 2014) Jared Miley held off a hard charging Alex Ferree to win the Precise Late Model feature; Ferree had already clinched his fifth career Budweiser Track Championship during heat race action. Rex King Jr. sealed his first career Lernerville Track Championship with his fifth feature win of the season. Carl Bowser claimed his second career Bud Crown with his fifth win of the season as well. Jim Fosnaught will have to wait another week to clinch his title, as Joe Kelley held off Corey McPherson to win his first feature of 2014. Fosnaught finished sixth and carries a 23-point lead over Rob Shook who finished fourth. Corey McPherson has not been mathematically eliminated yet, but it will be nearly impossible to make up a 37-point lead and leapfrog two drivers.

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