Archives July 2022

Ohl Claims Victory at the Line

Mill Hall, PA – Jeremy Ohl of Jersey Shore claimed a thrilling victory on Friday Night in the Limited Late Model division at the Clinton County Speedway.   It was his second win of the season.  Chase Walker won the 270 Micro Sprints; AJ Stroup won the Pro Stocks and Hunter Flook won the 4 Cylinder feature event.

JR Toner of Bellefonte took the lead at the drop of the green flag in the Limited Late Model feature event.  By lap number 5, Toner was leading Ohl, Jim Yoder, Matt Cochran, and Ben Whitaker.  Toner continued to pace the field, with Ohl running in a close second place.  The caution came out on lap number ten for Matt Cochran.  By the midpoint of the race, Toner was leading with Ohl, Yoder, Whitaker, and Joe Loffredo in the top five.  Ohl tried on several occasions to pass Toner.

It wasn’t until lap number 19 until he successfully made the pass.  However, Ohl’s car drifted high on lap number 22, allowing Toner to reclaim the lead and appear to be on track to win his first feature of the year.  With two laps to go, Toner lead Ohl, Andrew Yoder, Jim Yoder, and Whitaker.   On the white flag lap, Toner entered turns one and two, with a slight lead over Ohl.  The duo entered into laps three and four in a fierce battle.  Toner missed his mark exiting turn number four, allowing Ohl to get along side of him in the race to the checkered flag.  Ohl got by him to win by .242 seconds.  Andrew Yoder was third, Ben Whitaker was fourth, and Jim Yoder was fifth.  Sixth through tenth were Matt Cochran, Joe Loffredo, Denny Fourney, Tim Luben and Len Stroud.  Heats were won by Cameron Benyou and Matt Cochran.

Jason Smith of Cogan Station and Kris Orwig of Mill Hall brought the field of Pro Stocks to the green flag.  Orwig took the early lead.  Fourth place starter AJ Stroup powered into the lead by lap number four.   By lap number five, Stroup lead Orwig, Brandon Moser, Johnny Bouse and Tommy Dawson.  A caution came out on lap ten for a spin by Noah Kissinger.  Stroup brought the field back to racing action while Moser and Bouse battled for second and third.  A three car accident occurred on lap 13, when Richie Fye, Noah Kissinger and Robert Tressler tangled in turn three.   On the final restart, Stroup held off Moser for the win.  Bouse settled for third with Dawson and AJ Hoffman completing the top five.  Sixth through tenth were Jason Smith, Noah Jensen, Kris Orwig Sr., Gary Mellott, and Rich Fye.  Heat races were won by Stroup and Smith.

In the 270 Micros Steven Fernburg and Cory Stabley started on the front row.  Stable took the early lead.  Eight place starter Chase Walker worked his way up through the field and took the lead on lap number six followed by John Roberts.  By lap number twelve, Walker led Roberts, Timmy Bittner, Bobby Sanso and Matt Fernsler.   Walker held off Roberts to claim his first career victory.  Second was Roberts followed by Bittner, Sando and Fernsler.  Sixth through tenth were Hunter Zimmerman, Tom Barkes, Lonnie McConahy, Mathew Dixson, and Ian Heaps.  Heat races were won by Sanso, Walker and Bittner. 

In Four Cylinder competition, Keith Haagen and Hunter Flook started on the front row.  Flook took the lead at the drop of the green flag with Chloe Smith and Tyler Stahl running in the top three.  Ninth place starter, Mike

Hepler marched his way to the front as Coty Maines and Kyler Stahl entered into the top five.   Flook lead every lap to claim his fourth win of the season.  Smith finished second but failed post-race inspection.   Hepler was credited with second followed by Coty Maines, Kyler Stahl and Bryun Hackenberg. Sixth through tenth were Donald Wynn, Andrew Rickets, Anthony Potter, Adman Harris, and Sam Creveling.  Heat races were won by Haagen, Troy Bennett, and Flook. 

The Clinton County Speedway will take off this Friday, July 29th to allow for set up of the 49th annual Clinton County Fair.   During fair week the speedway will host two events.  The first will be on Wednesday, August 3 featuring the 270 Micros, the 600 Micros, Pro Stock and Four Cylinders.  General Admission to the speedway will be a can food donation to the Central PA Food Bank.   Then on Friday, August 5th the Limited Late Models, Pro Stocks 270 Micros and Four Cylinders will be in competition along with one on one spectator street drag racing.  Gates will open each day at 5PM, Hot Laps are at 7PM and Racing begins at 7:30. For the latest speedway information, visit or follow the speedway on our social media pages including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. 

LIMITED LATE MODELS: 1. Jeremy Ohl, 2. JR Toner, 3. Andrew Yoder, 4. Ben Whitaker, 5. Jim Yoder, 6. Matt Cochran, 7. Joe Loffredo, 8. Denny Fourney, 9. Tim Luben, 10. Len Stroud Sr., 11. Cameron Benyou, 12. Kyle Bauchman, 13. Kaiden Bard, 14. Maddox Smith, 15. Jennifer Lesher

PRO STOCKS: 1. AJ Stroup, 2. Brandon Moser, 3. Johnny Bouse, 4. Tommy Dawson, 5. AJ Hoffman, 6. Jason Smith, 7. Noah Jensen, 8. Kris Orwig Sr, 9. Gary Mellott, 10. Rich Fye, 11. Noah Kissinger, 12. Robert Tressler, 13. Robert Tressler, DNS Todd Geyer

270 MICROS: 1. Chase Walker, 2. John Roberts, 3. Timmy Bittner, 4. Bobby Sanso, 5. Matt Fernsler, 6. Hunter Zimmerman, 7. Tom Barkes, 8. Lonnie McConahy, 9. Matthew Dixson, 10. Ian Heaps, 11. Steve Fernburg Jr, 12. Dustin Young, 13. Logan Hammaker, 14. Cory Stabley, 15. Jeff Haefke, 16. Michael Petock, 17. Jillian Maurer, 18. Mac Wert, DNS Larry Dickey, Evan Dickey

FOUR CYLINDERS: 1. Hunter Flook, 2. Mike Hepler, 3. Coty Maines, 4. Kyler Stahl, 5. Bryun Hackenberg, 6. Donald Wynn, 7. Andrew Ricketts, 8. Anthony Potter, 9. Adam Harris, 10. Sam Creveling, 11. Toby Maines, 12. Robert Dorman, 13. Tim Muthler, 14. Keith Haagen, 15. Jake Winchester, 16. Troy Bennett, 17. Joey Snook, 18. Blake Snyder, 19. Kayla Leigey, DNS Nick Snook

Kissinger Claims Win #4 at Clinton County

Mill Hall, PA – Ryan Kissinger of Bloomsburg is a contender for the season RaceSaver Sprint Car championship as he claimed this fourth win on Friday night at Clinton County.  “We are having fun and just focus on one race at a time,” said Kissinger in Victory.  Travis McClelland of Littlestown won his second feature event of the season in the Central PA Legends division.  Other winners included Lock Haven’s Jeffrey Weaver in the 270 Micro Sprints, Scranton’s Johnny Smith in the 600 Micro Sprints and Shawn Stahl of New Columbia in the 4 Cylinder Division.

Dustin Prettyleaf of Williamsport led the opening laps of the RaceSaver Sprint Car 25 lap main event.  At the completion of the fifth circuit, Prettyleaf led Kissinger, Johnny Smith, Jeffrey Weaver and Josh Beamer.  As the leaders approached lapped traffic, Kissinger closed in on Prettyleaf and was able to execute a pass on lap number 7. The caution came out on lap number nine, when Reed Thompson and Logan Jones tangled in turn number two. On lap number 12, Timmy Bittner moved into fourth place and took the third postion on lap number 18. Kissinger weaved his way through lapped traffic, with Beamer hoping for Kissinger to make a mistake. At one point Beamer was within striking distance, but Kissinger made a bold move and split between two lapped cars going down the back stretch.  A caution slowed the field on lap 22, when Frank Rusnock spun in turn two.   Kissinger brought the field back up to speed on the restart.  Beamer went to the pits, moving Bittner up to second with Prettyleaf in third, seventh place starter Garrett Bard restarted in fourth and Tylor Cochran moved into the top five. At the finish, Kissinger held off Bittner, Prettyleaf, Bard and Cochran.  Sixth though tenth were Dale Schweikart, Matt Tebbs, Jeffrey Weaver, Neil Petock, and Josh Fox.  Heat races were won by Bard, Smith, and Kissinger.

Chris Transeau of Abbottstown and Travis McClelland of Littlestown started on the front row of the 20 lap Central PA Legends 20 lap feature event.  McClelland took the top spot at the drop of the green flag.   Transeau ran in second with Bob Stough ran in the third spot.  Following a series of cautions on laps two and three, McClelland executed perfect restarts to keep Transeau and Stough behind him. At the halfway point of the event, the top three remained unchanged as Keegan McGrew and Bryan Wagaman completed the top five.  On lap number 12, the top three cars began to encounter lapped traffic.   In the closing laps, Transeau and Stough tried everything they had to get around McClelland but couldn’t make a pass before the checkered flag.  “I know they were both there,” said McClelland in victory lane. “It was a hard-fought battle, but it was exciting.  The track was great.” The top five included McClelland, Transeau, Stough, Choya Young and Logan Carbaugh. Sixth through tenth were Tyler Kaylor, Justin Wagaman, Rick Hartwig, Cory Phillips, and Chad Ernest.  Heat races were won by McClelland, Stough and Transeau.

Hunter Zimmerman and Mac Wert lead the field of 270 Micro Sprints to the green flag.  Zimmerman quickly took command of the field with Cory Stabley, Timmy Bittner, Jeffrey Weaver and Bobby Sanso in the top five.  Weaver moved into second on lap number six, but Zimmerman had established a half of a straight-away lead over the rest of the field.  Weaver was gaining on Zimmerman, who appeared to be on way to securing his first career win at the speedway.  However, misfortune stuck on lap number nine, when Zimmerman’s car stopped on the front stretch, giving the lead to Weaver.  Weaver restarted the race with Stabley, Bittner, Sanso and Brayden Spencer in the top five.   Weaver raced to the finish to secure the win.  Bobby Sanso was second, Spencer third, Wert was fourth, and Stabley completed the top five.  Sixth through tenth were Bittner, Skeetz Hockenbrock, Logan Hammaker, Jim Barkey and Evan Dickey.  Heat races were won by Weaver and Spencer. 

In 600 Micro Sprint competition, Cody Hauck led up to the halfway mark.  Johnny Smith, who started fourth made a pass for the lead with Hauck, Sierra Hauck, Trevor Teats and Mikey Smith running in the top five.  Mikey Smith brought out the events only yellow on lap number 10 when his car stopped on the front stretch.  Smith held off the challenge of Hauck to claim the victory.  Teats finished third, with Weaver and S. Hauck completing the top five.  Smith also won the heat race.

Hunter Flook started on the front row of the Four Cylinder main event.  On lap number five, Flook led Zak Kline, Andrew Rickets, Blake Snyder and Anthony Potter.  Snyder brough out the caution on lap number 6 to regroup the field for the restart.   Rickets moved into second on lap number seven as Shawn Stahl moved into the top five.   Following a lap nine restart, Flook, Rickets, Stahl, Chloe Smith and Coty Maines were running in the top five.   Flook crossed the line first, but failed post-race inspection, giving Stahl the win.  Cody Maines was second, followed by Bryun Hackenberg, Joey Snook and Donald Wynn.  Sixth through tenth were Zak Kline, Troy Bennett, Adam Harris, Anthony Potter, and Summer Beachel.  Heats were won by Smith, Snyder and Potter.

The Clinton County Speedway will feature a four division show this coming Friday, July 22nd featuring the Limited Late Models, Pro Stocks, 270 Micros, and the 4 Cylinders presented by Bill’s Happy Camper. Gates will open at 5PM, Hot Laps are at 7PM and Racing begins at 7:30.  General Admission is just $12.   For the latest speedway information, visit or follow the speedway on our social media pages including Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. 

SPRINTS: 1. Ryan Kissinger 2. Timmy Bittner 3. Dustin Prettyleaf 4. Garrett Bard 5. Tylor Cochran 6. Dale Schweikart 7. Matt Tebbs 8. Jeffrey Weaver 9. Neil Petock 10. Levi Brungard 11. Logan Jones 12. Wyatt Walizer 13. Erick Knopp 14. Corey Brungard 15. Josh Beamer 16. Johnny Smith 17. Ryan Lynn 18. Frank Rusnock 19. Kyle Knopp 20. Reed Thompson 21. Josh Fox 22. Mariah Romig 23. Dakota Schweikart 

CENTRAL PA LEGENDS: 1. Travis McClelland 2. Chris Transeau 3. Robert Stough 4. Choya Young 5. Logan Carbaugh 6. Tyler Kaylor 7. Justin Wagaman 8. Rick Hartwig 9. Cory Phillips 10. Chad Earnest 11. Bryan Wagaman 12. Scott Musselman 13. Zach Baxter 14. Scott Spidle 15. Richie Dobson 16. Gary McGrew 17. Ed Trump 18. Bryan Green 19. Keegan McGrew 20. Josh Trump 21. Dave Benner 22. Amanda Onimus 23. Shaun Miller 24. Brain Rampmeyer Jr.

270 MICROS: 1. Jeffrey Weaver 2. Bobby Sanso 3. Brayden Spenser 4. Mac Wert 5. Cory Stabley 6. Timmy Bittner 7. Skeetz Hockenbrock 8. Logan Hammaker 9. Jim Barkey 10 Evan Dickey 11. Dustin Young 12. Devan Bloss 13. Tom Quiggle 14. John Roberts 15. Steven Fernburg 16. Ian Heaps 17. Hunter Zimmerman DNS Dustin Roberts.

600 MICRO SPRINTS: 1. Johnny Smith 2. Cody Hauck 3. Trevor Teats 4. Jeffrey Weaver 5. Sierra Hauck 6. Timmy Bittner 7. Mitchell Holden 8. Mikey Smith

FOUR CYLINDERS:  1. Shawn Stahl 2. Coty Maines 3. Bryun Hackenberg 4. Joey Snook 5. Donald Wynn 6. Zak Kline 7. Troy Bennett 8. Adam Harris 9. Anthony Potter 10. Summer Beachel 11. Larry Beachel Jr. 12. Matt Weaver 13. Blake Snyder 14. Jake Winchester 15. Robert Dorman 16. Tim Muthler 17. Nick Snook DNS Tony Hillard DQ Hunter Flook, Andrew Rickets, Chloe Smith 

Speedway provided photo:  RaceSaver Sprint Car Winner Ryan Kissinger with former NASCAR driver Jimmy Spencer in Victory Lane at Clinton County Speedway.

Hebing Makes History with URC Win at Clinton County

For Immediate Release
July 9, 2022

Mill Hall, PA – Chuck Hebing of Ontario, NY made history on Friday night by winning the United Racing Club’s (URC) 360 Sprint Car main event on Friday night. The URC Sprint Cars are celebrating their 75th anniversary, but this was the first time have ever visited Clinton County Speedway. The last 360 Sprint car race was ironically won by Hebing back in 2018 with the Patriot Sprint Tour. Other winners of the night included Logan Hammaker in the 270 Micro Sprints, Johnny Bouse in the Pro Stocks, and Larry Beachel in the 4 Cylinders.

Chuck Hebing and Josh Weller of Mertztown started on the front row of the 25-lap main event. Weller quickly took the lead as Andy Best and Ryan Smith battled for second and Hebing fell back to fourth. Smith took the runner up position on lap number four, followed by Weller, Hebing, Best and Jason Shultz in the top five.

Weller and Smith combatted for the lead with Smith making the pass on lap number seven. Smith, who is the defending PA Sprint Car Shootout 410 winner, led Weller, Hebing, Best and Johnny Smith of Scranton. By lap 14 the leaders began to encounter lapped traffic. Some mid race cautions bunched the field up on Smith’s back bumper, but he was able to hold off the challenges of Weller and Hebing. On lap 16, Hebing moved into the runner up spot. Two laps later, he passed Smith for the lead, as ninth place starter Jason Schultz moved into third.

The top three with all in contention for the win in an epic battle for the historical victory at Clinton County. Hebing held off the challenges to put his name in the record books. Smith finished second, Schultz was third, Josh Weller was fourth and Johnny Smith completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were Tylor Cochran, Mike Thompson, Timmy Bittner, Andy Best and Dallas Schott. Heat races were won by Ryan Smith, Weller and Best.

Hughesville’s Johnny Bouse started on the pole position for the Pro Stock main event. Bouse and Selinsgrove’s Cory Long ran first and second, as point leader Brandon Moser ran in third. Mechanical issues developed for Moser as he took his car to the pit area on lap number six. Bouse continued to lead Long, as Noah Kissinger moved into third. Bouse led every lap to record his first win of the season, his 7th career win at the 1/3 mile. Long finished second but failed post-race inspection. Noah Kissinger was credited with second, followed by Gary Mellott, Kris Orwig, and Todd Geyer. Heat races were won by Bouse and Moser.

Logan Hammaker led the first circuit of the 270 Micro Sprint feature. By lap number five, Hammaker led Tom Quiggle, Cory Stabley, Tyler Clowes and Timmy Bittner. Back-to-back cautions on laps nine and ten slowed the field and allowed the top runners and shot at passing Hammaker. Hammaker executed perfect restarts to race to the checkers for his first career victory. Quiggle finished second, Stabley was third. Brayden Spencer advanced from the eighth position to finish fourth and Timmy Bittner completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were Cody Seigel, Clowes. Brayden Kuhn, Hunter Zimmerman and Jillian Mower.

Larry Beachel and Hunter Flook led the field of 4 Cylinders for the start of the race. Beachel took the lead with Flook and Zak Kline in the top three. On lap number two, Flook took his car to the pit area. On lap number 5 Beachel led Kline, Anthony Potter, Blake Snyder and Chloe Smith. Potter took the second spot on lap number six. Beachel led every lap of the event to secure this first career victory. Potter was second, Snyder was third, Smith was fourth and Coty Maines finished fifth. Sixth through tenth were Kyler Stahl, Joey Snook, Andrew Ricketts, Michael Barrett, and Donald Wynn.
The Clinton County Speedway will feature a five division show this coming Friday, July 15th featuring the RaceSaver Sprints Cars, Central PA Legends, 270 Micros, 600 Micros and the 4 Cylinders. Gates will open at 5PM, Hot Laps are at 7PM and Racing begins at 7:30. General Admission is just $12.

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URC SPRINTS: 1. Chuck Hebing 2. Ryan Smith 3. Jason Schultz 4. Josh Weller 5. Johnny Smith 6. Tylor Cochran 7. Mike Thompson 8. Timmy Bittner 9. Andy Best 10. Dallas Schott 11. Mike Carber 12. Josh Beamer 13. Reese Nowotarski 14. Chad Trout 15. Dale Schweikart 16. Wyatt Walizer 17. Levi Brungard 18. Brandon McGough 19. Wyatt Hinkle 20. Adam Carberry 21. Jake Karklin 22. Jacob Balliet 23. Ryan Stillwaggon DNS Dakota Schweikart

PRO STOCKS: 1. Johnny Bouse 2. Noah Kissinger 3. Gary Mellott 4. Kris Orwig 5. Todd Geyer 6. Brandon Moser 7. Robert Tressler 8. Rich Fye 9. Mike Wright DQ Cory Long

270 MICROS: 1. Logan Hammaker 2. Tom Quiggle 3. Cory Stabley 4. Brayden Spencer 5. Timmy Bittner 6. Cody Siegel 7. Tyler Clowes 8. Brayden Kuhn 9. Hunter Zimmerman 10. Jillian Mower 11. Skeetz Hockenbrock 12. Mac Wert 13. Scott Zimmerman 14. Evan Dickey 15. Larry Dickey 16. Steven Fernberg 17. Luke Hess 18. Ian Heaps

FOUR CYLINDERS: 1. Larry Beacher 2. Anthony Potter 3. Blake Snyder 4. Chloe Smith 5. Coty Maines 6. Kyler Stahl 7. Joey Snook 8. Andrew Ricketts 9. Michael Barrett 10. Donald Wynn 11. Tim Muthler 12. Troy Bennett 13. Zak Kline 14. Hunter Flook 15. Matt Weaver 16. Chelsea Harris 17. Kyle Workman 18. Toby Maines 19. Jake Winchester DNS Nick Snook

Kissinger Wins Founders Cup Preliminary Night, Reed Wins Nittany 40 At Clinton County

Mill Hall, PA – FRIDAY NIGHT Ryan Kissinger won the Friday night preliminary event of a two day show claiming the inaugural Founders’ Cup honoring speedway founders Del Shank and Teddy Reitz. Tommy Dawson won the Pro Stocks, Timmy Bittner won the 270s Micros, JT Ferry won the 600 Micros and Blake Snyder won the 4 Cylinders.

Thirty-five RaceSaver Sprint cars signed in for competition for the Founders’ Cup. Dakota Schweikart and Steve Kenawell Jr. started on the front row for the 25 lap event. Kenawell took the early lead with Schweikart running in second. By lap number five, Kenawell led Schweikart, Kissinger, Ken Duke Jr, and Garrett Bard. The event’s only caution occurred when Daryl Stimeling and Mike Melair tangled entering turn number one after the completion of lap number 5.
By lap number seven, Kissinger managed to pass Schweikart, as Bard took fourth away from Duke. Kenawell and Kissinger were in a fierce battled as they weaved through lapped traffic. Kenawell continued to hold off the challenges from Kissinger until lap 14 when Kissinger made the winning pass. On lap number 15, the top three consisting of Kissinger, Kenawell and Bard were all in contention for the win. All three drivers were running different grooves around the speedway looking for any advantage to capture the Founders’ Cup. Kissinger navigated lapped traffic to secure his third win of the season, over Kenawell, Bard, Duke and Matt Tebbs. Sixth through tenth were Dakota Schweikart, Josh Beamer, Timmy Bittner, Zach Rhoades and Austin Reed. Heat races were won by Kenawell, Schweikart, Rhoades and Scott Lutz. The B-main was won by Tylor Cochran.

Kris Orwig led the first two laps of the Pro Stock main event, until 4th place starter Tommy Dawson took over the top spot. Dawson was being chased by pole sitter Gary Mellott. At the race’s midway point Dawson led Mellott, Rich Fye, Noah Jenson, and Brandon Moser. On lap number 13, Jensen passed Fye for the third spot. At the finish it was Dawson securing his 7th career victory at the speedway over Mellott, Jensen, Fye and Moser. Sixth through tenth were Noah Kissinger, Robert Tressler, Brad Benton, Cory Long and Orwig. Heat races were won by Jenson and Dawson.

Polesitter Logan Hammaker brought the field to the green flag for the 270 Micro Sprint feature. Hammaker was challenged by Nick Weitzel and Timmy Bitner. Bittner took the runner up postion on lap number 5. At the midway point, Hammaker led Bittner, Whitesel, Tom Quiggle and Skeetz Hockenbrock. With three laps remaining, Bittner made a pass for the lead. Whitesel also got around Hammaker on the final lap. Bittner secured the win over Whitesel, Hammaker, Hockenbrock and Mac Wert. Sixth through tenth were Gary Keister, Zachary Glass, Jillian Maurer, Evan Dickey and Kyler Stahl.

JT Ferry started on the pole for the 600 Micro Sprint feature event. He quickly took the lead with Cody Hauck and Sierra Hauck running in the top three. By lap number five, Ferry led C. Hauck, S. Hauck, Mikey Smith and Trevor Teats. Hauck closed in on Ferry on several occasions but couldn’t get by the youngster until the white flag lap. Hauck made a pass for the lead as the top exited turn two. As they entered turn three, Ferry drove in low and put a slide job on Hauck to reclaim the lead exiting turn number four. Third was Sierra Hauck, followed by Smith and Teats. Jeffrey Weaver was fourth, Maverick Coffey seventh and Timmy Bittner was eighth.

In the Four Cylinder division, fourth place starter Shawn Stahl lead the race until lap number six. Blake Snyder, who started seventh led lap number six. Stahl reclaimed the lead the one lap later with Snyder back out in front on lap number eight. Snyder held on for the victory over Stahl and Tim Raup. Stahl and Raup failed post-race inspections. Anthony Potter was credited by second followed by Chris Small, Ryan Unger, Andrew Rickets, Chole Smith, Joe May, Donald Wynn, Tyler Stahl and Troy Bennett.

SPRINTS: 1. Ryan Kissinger 2. Steve Kennawell Jr. 3. Garrett Bard 4. Ken Duke Jr. 5. Matt Tebbs 6. Dakota Schweikart 7. Josh Beamer 8. Timmy Bittner 9. Zach Rhodes 10. Austin Reed 11. Dale Schweikart 12. Tylor Cochran 13. Scott Lutz 14. Dustin Prettyleaf 15. Andrew Boyer 16. Nathan Pierce 17. Reed Thompson 18. Todd Lynn 19. Logan Jones 20. Austin Greenland 21. Dave Guss Jr. 22. Domanic Melair 23. Daryl Stimeling 24. Mike Melair. DNS Wyatt Walizer, Jacoby Gomola, Ryan Lynn, Josh Fox, Johnny Smith, Levi Brungard, Erick Knopp, Kyle Knopp, Jeffrey Weaver, Mariah Romig, Corey Brungard.

PRO STOCKS: 1. Tommy Dawson 2. Gary Mellott 3. Noah Jenson 4. Rich Fye 5. Brandon Moser 6. Noah Kissinger7 Robert Tressler 8. Brad Benton 9. Cory Long 10 Kris Orwig 11. Todd Geyer 12. Tom Dawson Sr. 13. AY Schilling

270 MICROS: 1. Timmy Bittner 2. Jeffrey Weaver 3. Cody Siegel 4. Jeff Haefke 5, Nick Whitesel 6. Logan Hammaker 7. Skeetz Hockenbrock 8. Mac Wert 9. Luke Hess 1o. Tyler Groft 11. Tom Quiggle 12. Evan Dickey 13. Mathew Dixson 14. Cory Stabley 15. Troy Whitesel 16. Troy Groft DNS: Matt Dixon
600 MICROS: 1. JT Ferry 2. Cody Hauck 3. Sierra Hauck 4. Mikey Smith 5. Trevor Teats 6. Jeffrey Weaver 7. Maverick Coffey 8 Timmy Bittner DNS Mitchell Holden

4 CYLINDERS: 1. Blake Snyder 2 Anthony Potter 3. Chris Small 4.
Ryan Unger 5. Andrew Ricketts 6. Chole Smith 7. Joe May 8. Donald Wynn 9. Tyler Stahl 10. Troy Bennett 11. Nick Snook 12. Chelsea Harris 13. Summer Beachel 14. Zak Kline 15. Joey Snook 16. Coty Maines 17. Hunter Flook 18. John Baney 19. Adam Harris 20. Larry Beacher Jr. DQ Shawn Stahl, Tim Raup DNS Scott Englert, Michael Barrett.

A record 36 sprint cars signed in for RaceSaver Sprint Car competition during the 3rd annual Nittany 40 on Saturday. Time trails determined the heat race starting positions, with Johnny Smith setting fast time in flight A and Dominic Melair setting fast time in flight B. Heat races were won by Austin Reed, Josh Beamer, Domanic Melair and Ryan Kissinger. Austin Greenland won the B-Main.

Jeffrey Weaver and Austin Reed started on the front row of the 40 lap Nittany 40. On the initial start the red flag came out when Greenland and Ken Duke tangled on the front stretch with Greenland’s car rolling over. With a complete restart, Reed quickly took the lead with Weaver, Johnny Smith, Garret Bard and Ryan Kissinger in the top five.

On lap number 8, Johnny Smith moved into the second spot with Weaver maintaining third. By lap 10, the leaders began to encounter lapped traffic. Garrett Bard, who started fourth, passed Weaver on lap number 14. The top three raced through lapped traffic. Bard closed in on Smith and took second place on lap 17 and set his sites on Reed. At the halfway point of the race, Reed continued to lead with Bard in a close second followed by Smith, Weaver and Matt Tebbs. The top three were in close contention and as they battled through lapped traffic. Bard continued to pressure Reed with Smith running a close third.

Bard made a pass on lap 39 in turns one and two, but the lap was not scored complete as a two car incident brought out the caution. The cation gave Reed the break he needed and allow him to restart the race in front of Bard. He led the final lap to claim the victory over Bard, Tylor Cochran was a late charger in the race as he took third with 7 laps remaining after starting eleventh. Fourth and fifth were Kissinger and Weaver. Sixth through tenth were Ken Duke Jr. Dakota Schweikart, Josh Beamer, Mike Alleman and Matt Tebbs.
Jeffrey Weaver drew the pole postion for the 270 Micro Nationals alongside Timmy Bittner. Weaver led the opening lap over Bittner and Tyler Clowes, Corey Stabley moved into the third spot by lap number four. Weaver and Bittner continued to battle as the field encountered lapped traffic by lap number 11. Weaver and Bittner remained first and second throughout the entire race. Cory Stabley finished third, Clowes was fourth and Shawn Musser was fifth. Sixth through tenth were Zachary Glass, Skeetz Hockenbrock, Evan Dickey, Jillian Maurer and Mathew Dixson

Noah Kissinger and Rich Fye led the field of Pro Stocks to the green flag. Fye took the lead by the first circuit with Cory Long moving into second place. At the midway point, Fye lead Long, Tommy Dawson, Brandon Moser and Noah Jensen. Jensen took the third place on lap number 14. Fye lead every lap of the nonstop feature event, claiming his seventh career victory. The win occurred over Corey Long, Jenson, Moser and Kissinger. Sixth through tenth were Dawson, Robert Tressler, Todd Geyer and Tom Dawson Sr.
In the 4-Cylinders Shawn Stahl lead all 12 laps to claim the main event. Larry Beacher ran second for the majority of the race, but was passed by Coty Maines with one lap remaining. Stahl earned the victory over Maines, Blake Snyder, Larry Beacher and Matt Weaver.

The speedway returns this Friday, July 8th with another Toner Napa Auto Parts Summer Sprint Car Series featuring the URC sprint cars. Gates will open at 5PM, Racing at 7PM. For the latest speedway information visit

SPRINTS: 1 Austin Reed 2. Garrett Bard 3. Tylor Cochran 4. Ryan Kissinger 5. Jeffrey Weaver 6. Ken Duke Jr. 7. Dakota Schweikart 8. Josh Beamer 9. Mike Alleman 10. Matt Tebbs 11. Josh Fox 12. Dale Schweikart 13. Timmy Bittner 14. Dustin Prettyleaf 15. Corey Brungard 16. Levi Brungard 17. Jacob Gromola 18. Domanic Melair 19. Johnny Smith 20. Jarrett Cavalet 21. Ryan Lynn 22. Wyatt Walizer 23. Mike Melair 24. Austin Greenland DNS Daryl Stimeling, Erick Knopp, Steve Kenawell Jr. Todd Lynn, Reed Thompson, Logan Jones, Kruz Kepner, Dave Guss Jr. , Kyle Knopp, Andy Mahan, Mariah Romig, Andrew Boyer.

270 Micros: 1. Jeffrey Weaver 2. Timmy Bittner 3. Cory Stabley 4. Tyler Clowes 5. Shaun Musser 6. Zachary Glass 7. Skeetz Hockenbrok 8. Evan Dickey 9. Jillian Maurer 10. Matt Dixson 11. Steve Fernburg 12. Larry Dickey 13. Logan Hammaker 14. Kyler Stahl 15. Hunter Zimmerman 16. Mac Wert.

PRO STOCKS 1. Rich Fye 2. Cory Long 3. Noah Jensen 4. Brandon Moser 5. Noah Kissinger 6. Tommy Dawson 7. Robert Tressler 8. Todd Geyer DNS Tom Dawson Sr.

FOUR CYLINDERS: 1. Shawn Stahl 2. Coty Maines 3. Blake Snyder 4. Larry Beacher Jr. 5. Matt Weaver 6. Andrew Ricketts 7. Scott Englert 8. Donald Wynn 9. Ryan Unger 10. Eric Brungard 11. Chris Small 12. Anthony Potter 13. Chloe Smith 14. Tyler Stahl 15. Nick Snook 16. Troy Bennett 17. Robert Dorman 18. Toby Maines 19. Chelsea Harris 20. Summer Beachel 21. Zak Kline 22. Joey Snook DNS Cody Stover, Bryun Hackenberg.