Jim Yoder Wins Season Finale and Track Championship

Mill Hall, PA – Four drivers were in contention for the 2022 Limited Late Model Track Championship coming into the final race of the season. In an epic race to the checkers, Jim Yoder of Selinsgrove won the race and secured his second consecutive championship. Cory Long won the Pro Stocks, Jeffrey Weaver won the 270s and Hunter Flook won the Four Cylinders.

All four drivers in contention for the Limited Late Model Championship led a portion of the feature event in a contested battle. JR Toner started on the pole of the 25-lap feature event and led the first three circuits. Jeremy Ohl advanced from his third starting spot and took the lead on lap number four. On lap number eight, Ohl was leading fellow championship contenders, Matt Cochran, Jim Yoder and JR Toner, and Andrew Yoder was in fifth postion.

Cochran passed Ohl on lap number nine, as Ben Whitaker moved into the top five. Yoder passed Ohl for the second-place position at the race’s halfway point and set his sights on Cochran. The leaders encountered lapped traffic on lap seventeen, which made the race and the battle for the championship intense. On one occasion going down the backstretch, Cochran passed a lapped car on the outside as Yoder passed the car on the inside bringing cheers from the crowd during the final five laps. Whitaker continued to march toward the front of the field and entered the top three with five laps to go. With three laps to go, Yoder made the pass for the win. Cochran brushed the front stretch wall, which allowed Whitaker to take second. Cochran finished third, Andrew Yoder was fourth and Devein Fry was fifth. Sixth through tenth were Wes Bonebrake, Jeremy Ohl, JR Toner, Matt Adams, and Kyle Bachman. Heats were won by Andrew Yoder and JR Toner.

Corey Long of Selinsgrove started on the outside of the front row. Long took the lead at the drop of the green flag. AJ Stroup moved into second on lap number three with Noah Jensen, Brandon Moser and Marc Bitler running in the top five. At the halfway point, Long and Stroup were engaged in a close battle. 2022 track champion Brandon Moser was battling with Johnny Bouse for the fourth and fifth positions. The race ran caution free, with Long holding off Stroup for this second win of the year and setting a new fifteen lap record with a time of 4:05.168. Jensen finished third, Moser was fourth, and Bouse was fifth. Sixth through tenth were Marc Bitler, AJ Hoffman, Noah Kissinger, Rich Fye, and Jason Geesman. Heat race winners were Moser and Bitler.

Logan Hammaker and Tyler Clowes started on the front row of the 270 Micro feature. Hammaker led the first four circuits before the caution came out for Clowes who stopped on the front stretch. With the restart, Jeffrey Weaver took the lead from Hammaker on lap number five. At the halfway mark, Weaver lead Hammaker, Timmy Bittner, Scott Zimmerman, and John Roberts. The remainder of the event ran caution free with Weaver cruising to his tenth victory of the season. The win also ties him for second on the all-time career win list. Hammaker finished second, Timmy Bittner was third and won the 2022 track championship, Zimmerman and Roberts completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were Cory Stabley, Mac Wert, Matt Dixson, Shaun Musser, and Mathew Dixson. Bittner and Weaver won heat races.

Dylan Hoover led the opening lap of the four-cylinder feature event but hit the wall in turns one and two on the second lap taking him out of competition for the evening. Following the restart, Hunter Flook took command of the field, with Larry Beachel and Blake Snyder running in third. Any of the top three were in contention to win the race as they pulled away from the rest of the field and began to encounter lapped traffic on lap number seven. The top three ran hard in the closing laps, with Flook getting the win over Beachel and Snyder. Shawn Stahl and Michael Barret completed the top five. Sixth through tenth were Matt Weaver, Skylar Phillips, Joey Snook, Anthony Potter, and Matt Cochran. Heats were won by Beachel and Stahl. Coty Maines won the track championship.

In the one-on-one streetcar drag racing competition, Gino Snyder of Montgomery drove his Honda Civic to victory lane over Blane Walizer of Beech Creek in a Jeep Cherokee.

The race was the final event of the season at the Clinton County Speedway. The celebration of the 2022 season will take place at the annual awards banquet, which will be held in February. Banquet details will be announced at a later date.

For the latest speedway information, visit the speedway website at www. clintoncountyspeedway.com or visit the speedways social media channels on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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LIMITED LATE MODELS: 1. Jim Yoder 2. Ben Whitaker 3. Matt Cochran 4. Andrew Yoder 5. Devin Frey 6. Wes Bonebrake 7. Jeremy Ohl 8. JR Toner 9. Matt Adams 10. Kyle Bachman 11. Jennifer Lesher 12. Luke Hoffner 13. Maddox Smith 14. Tim Luben 15. Mike Blazer 16. Nick Loffredo

PRO STOCKS: 1. Cory Long 2. AJ Stroup 3. Noah Jensen 4. Brandon Moser 5. Johnny Bouse 6. Mac Bitler 7. AJ Hoffman 8. Noah Kissinger 9. Rich Fye 10. Jason Geeseman DNS Kris Orwig Sr.

270 MICROS: 1. Jeffrey Weaver 2. Logan Hammaker 3. Timmy Bittner 4. Scott Zimmerman 7. John Roberts 8. Cory Stabley 7. Mac Wert 8. Matt Dixon 9. Shaun Musser 10. Mathew Dixon 11. Tyler Clowes DNS Mike Bloss, Luke Hess

4 CYLINDERS: 1. Hunter Flook 2. Larry Beachel 3. Blake Snyder 4. Shawn Stahl 5. Michael Barret 6. Matt Weaver 7. Skylar Phillips 8. Joey Snook 9. Anthony Potter 10. Matt Cochran 11. Owen Staggert 12. Andrew Rickets 13. Bryun Hackenberg 14. Coty Maines 15. Donald Wynn 16. Nick Snook 17. Adman Harris 18. Jimmy Delozier 19. Summer Beachel 20. Brain Haagen. 21. Zach Rill 22. Garrett Lucas 23. Zak Kline 24. Dylan Hoover.

Smith Brothers Have Big Night at Clinton County Speedway

Mill Hall, PA – Second generation divers, Johnny and Mike Smith of Scranton were both victorious at the Clinton County Speedway on Friday Night. Johnny Smith drove the family owned RaceSaver Sprint car to a win in the 25-lap feature. Mikey Smith won the 600 Wingless Micro Sprints inaugural event. Other winners of the night included Brandon Moser in the Pro Stocks, Corey Stabley in the 270 Micros and Andrew Rickets in the 4 Cylinders.

Johnny Smith drew the pole position for the start of the Race Saver Sprint Cars feature sanctioned by the Laurel Highlands Sprint Car Series. It was the final race of the season for the Sprints Cars to determine the season championship. Smith took the lead at the drop of the green flag with Logan Jones running in second followed by Jeffrey Weaver, Ken Duke and Garrett Bard.
By lap number 10 Smith had a lead of several car lengths, while Jones and Weaver battled for second and Bard, Ryan Kissinger and Ken Duke were contending for fourth, fifth and sixth. By lap eleven, Bard secured the fourth position. Smith held the top spot, while Jones and Bard raced wheel to wheel, swapping positions circuit after circuit. Following a lap 21 restart, Bard made the pass for second and tried to chase down Smith. Smith continued to lead every lap for his second win of the season. Bard was second, Jones was third, Ken Duke was fourth and Jeffrey Weaver finished fifth. Sixth through tenth were Timmy Bittner, Ryan Kissinger, Dustin Prettyleaf, Dale Schweikart and Josh Beamer. Heat races were won by Jones, Josh Beamer, and Dale Schweikart. Ryan Kissinger won the speedway’s season championship.

Jeffrey Weaver started on the pole for the inaugural wingless 600 Micro Sprint car event. Weaver led the first two laps before Mikey Smith took the lead. In a thrilling battle Smith, Weaver and Prestyn Brown raced closely for position. Brown and Weaver swapped second and third position several times until Weaver’s car stopped on lap number 11. The final laps saw Smith holding off Brown for the win. Mitchell Holden was third, Corey Bowmaster was fourth and Weaver finished fifth.

Jillian Mower and Corey Stabley started on the front row of the 270
Micro Sprint event. Mauer took the lead at the drop of green flag. Stabley maintained the second position. By the midway point of the event, Mauer was leading Stabley, John Roberts, Jeffrey Weaver and Timmy Bittner. Maurer was running a very strong race. With two laps remaining, the caution came out for Mathew Dixson, whose car stopped on the track. With the restart and two laps to go, Stabley managed to pass Maurer for the lead. Stabley led the final two laps for his second win of the year. Maurer finished second, .

John Roberts was third, Jeffrey Weaver was fourth and Timmy Bittner finished fifth. Sixth through tenth were Tyler Clowes, Logan Hammaker, Mac Wert, Tom Quiggle, and Matt Dixson. Heats were won by Maurer and Bittner.

Chris Orwig led the first three laps of the Pro Stock feature. Orwig was being chased by Robert Tressler and Johnny Bouse in a three-car battle for the lead. Tressler led lap number four. Before the completion of lap number 5, the caution flag waved when the leaders came together on the front stretch. Brandon Moser inherited the lead and would stay out in front for the remaining laps. It was the sixth win of the year for Moser. Chris Orwig ran second for the majority of the race until the final lap, when Tommy Dawson edged out Orwig for the runner up position. Orwig finished third, Noah Jensen is fourth, and Chriss Small was firth. Sixth through tenth were AJ Hoffman, Rich Fye, Noah Kissinger, Robert Tressler, Austin Hulsizer. And Robert Tressler. Heats were won by Hoffman and Tressler.

Andrew Ricketts took the lead on the opening lap of the 4 Cylinder feature from front row stater Adam Harris. Ninth place starter Hunter Flook began his charge to the front of the field from the drop of the green flag. By lap number six, Ricketts lead Flook, Bryun Hackenberg, Blake Snyder and Anthony Potter. On the final laps, Flook caught Ricketts but was unable to make a pass in the closing laps. Ricketts continued to hod off the challenges from Flook to pick up his first career win. Flook was second, Snyder was third, Hackenberg and Potter finished in the top five. Heats were won by Snyder and Ricketts.

This coming Friday, September 23rd the speedway will be closed for an event at the fairgrounds. The final race of the season will take place on Friday, September 30th. Season Championships will be decided for the Limited Late Models, Pro Stocks, 270 Micro Sprints and the Four Cylinders. Gates will open at 5PM and Hot laps begin at 7PM. Spectators will have the opportunity to race their street legal cars, trucks, or SUVs in the one-on-one spectator races.

For the latest speedway information, visit the speedway website at www.clintoncountyspeedway.com or visit the speedway social media channels on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

Frye Wins Stroud Memorial Race at Clinton County Speedway

Mill Hall, PA – Coleby Frye raced from deep in the back to claim the 5th annual Lenny Stroud Jr. Memorial event at the Clinton County Speedway on Friday night. Jeffrey Weaver won the 270 Micro Sprints, Cory Long won the Pro Stocks and Hunter Flook won the Four Cylinders.

Jakob Piper and Matt Adams brought the field to the green flag. Piper jumped into the early lead. Adams was involved in a caution on lap number three. The restart had Piper leading Matt Cochran, Tim Luben, Nick Loffredo and Jim Yoder.

Frye who started 10th was up to 5th place by lap number the completion of lap number 5. Two laps later Frye moved into the top three. Piper continued to hold off Cochran with Frye in third as Nick Loffredo and Jim Yoder battled for fourth and fifth place.
At the halfway mark, Piper led Frye, Cochran, Loffredo and Yoder. On lap number 15, Frye made the pass around Piper to take the lead. On lap number 20 Frye led as Piper and Cochran were in a tight race for 2nd and 3rd, while Yoder made a pass by Loffredo to take the fourth spot. On the next lap, Piper spun in turn number two, to bring out the caution. Frye brough the field back to green, with Cochran in pursuit. Yoder was running in third, Loffredo was fourth and JR Toner was fifth. Frye raced the final five laps to secure his first Limited Late Model event at the speedway. Cochran was second, Yoder was third, Toner grabbed fourth and Loffredo finished fifth. Sixth through tenth were Kyle Bachman, Jeremy Ohl, Tim Luben, Jennifer Lesher, and Tom Decker III. Heats were won by Jakob Piper and Denny Fourney.

Marc Bitler led the opening laps of the Pro Stock main event Long, who started third, moved into second on the opening lap and passed Bitler on lap number four for the lead. At the halfway mark of the race, Long led AJ Hoffman, Robert Tressler, AJ Stroup and Brandon Moser. On lap number 12, Stroup moved into the runner up position. At the finish it was Long over Stroup, Hoffman, Tressler and Johnny Bouse. Heats were won by Stoup and Jason Smith.

The 270 Micro Sprints ran their 15 lap feature caution free. Jeffrey Weaver who started fourth, took the lead by the completion of lap number one. Weaver led every lap with third place starter Timmy Bittner taking second on lap number 2. Weaver began to encounter lapped traffic on lap number nine. Weaver set a new 15 lap non-stop record with a time of 3:43.550. Following Weaver, were Bittner, Luke Hess, Mike Shuckers and Brayden Kuhn. Heat races were won by Weaver and Logan Hammaker.

Shawn Wise led the first two laps of the Four Cylinder Feature event. Hunter Flook took the top spot by the completion of lap number three. Chris Small moved into second place by lap number six. On lap number 7, the top five included Flook, Small, Wise, Michael Barrett, and Frank Chilcate. Flook held on to pick up the win. Second through fifth were Chris Small, Frank Chilcate, Michael Barrett and Bryun Hackenberg. Heat races were won by Flook, Chilcate, Dylan Craft and Coty Maines

This coming Friday, September 16th, Murray Ford will present a five -division show. The RaceSaver Sprint cars will compete in their final points races. The 270 Micros will compete in a $400 win event. The wingless 600 Micros will compete in a $400 to win event, plus the Pro Stocks and the Four Cylinders. Gates will open at 5PM and Hot laps begin at 7PM.

For the latest speedway information, visit the speedway website at www.clintoncountyspeedway.com or visit the speedways social media channels on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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LIMITED LATES: 1. Coleby Frye 2. Matt Cochran 3. Jim Yoder 4. JR Toner 5. Nick Loffredo 6. Kyle Bachman 7, Jeremy Ohl 8. Tim Luben 9. Jennifer Lesher 10. Tom Decker III 11. Kaiden Bard 12. Jakob Piper 13. Maddox Smith 14. Matt Adams 15. Len Stroud Sr. 16. Denny Fourney

PRO STOCKS: 1. Cory Long 2. AJ Stroup 3. AJ Hoffman 4. Robert Tressler 5. Johnny Bouse 6.. Brandon Moser 7, Noah Kissinger 8. Marc Bitler 9. Jason Smith 10. Kurt Wray 11. AY Schilling 12. Rich Fye 13. Austin Hulsizer 14. Kris Orwig Sr

270 MICROS: 1. Jeffrey Weaver 2.Timmy Bittner 3. Luke Hess 4. Mike Schuckers 5. Bradyn Kuhn 6. Logan Hammaker 7. Mac Wert 8. Corey Stabley 9. Matt Dixon 10. Levi Brungard 12. Matthew Dixson 12. Steven Fernburg Jr. DNS Evan Dickey

4 CYLINDERS: 1. Hunter Flook 2. Chris Small 3. Frank Chilcate 4. Michael Barrett 5. Bryun Hackenberg 6. Coty Maines 7. Donald Wynn 8. Zak Kline 9. Andy Sneath 10. Skylar Phillips 11 Adam Harris 12. Matt Cochran 13. Joey Snook 14. Kayla Leigey 15. Anthony Potter 16. Chloe Smith 17. Kennedey Plessinger 18. Blake Snyder 19. Dylan Craft 20. Andrew Ricketts DNS: Nick Snook ,Allen Bruss, Ron McCarney, Roger Fagen, Jacob Winchester Jimmy Delozier, Kevin Stetchock, Troy Bennen DQ Dustin Kinser, Jeremy Miller 

Cochran and Stroup Earn Race Victories

Mill Hall, PA – Tylor Cochran of Williamsport won his second RaceSaver Sprint Car feature of the season. AJ Stroup of Middleburg won his third feature of season, claiming the summer championship event presented by BAM’s Mobile Electronic. Brayden Kuhn of Greencastle won the 270 Micros, Johnny Smith of Scranton won the 600 Micros and Larry Beachel of New Columbia won the 4 Cylinders.

Tyler Cochran and Josh Fox started on the front row for the 25 lap RaceSaver Sprint Car feature event. On the first lap, Johnny Smith and Matt Kline tangled in turn two on the initial start. On the restart Fox, jumped into the lead with Cochran, Timmy Bittner, and Ryan Kissinger running in the top four.

Fox led by several car lengths by the completion of lap number ten. On lap number eleven, Kissinger and Bittner were in a contested battle for the third position, as the leaders caught the rear of the field Fox worked his way through lapped traffic with Cochran on his rear bumper. On lap number 14, Cochran made a pass for the lead, as Bittner also passed Fox for second place.

With five laps remaining, Cochran led Bittner Jeffrey Weaver, Ryan Kissinger and Mike Kohler. The top five continued to race their way through lapped traffic to the checkered flag. It was the second win of the year for Cochran. Bittner finished second, followed by Weaver, Kissinger and Kohler. Sixth through tenth were Matt Tebbs, Dale Schweikart, Fox, Logan Jones and Mike Alleman. Heat races were won by Tebbs, Owen Dimm, and Johnny Smith.

AJ Stroup and Brad Mitch brought the field of twenty pro-stocks to the green flag. Stroup took the lead with Mitch, AJ Hoffman , Robert Tressler, Cory Long in the top five. On lap number five, Mitch’s car spun to slow the field. Stroup held off AJ Hoffman for the restart. At the halfway point, ninth place starter Brandon Moser moved into second and began to chase down Stroup. With five laps to go, Stroup lead Moser Hoffman and Johnny Bouse. Stroup held off the challenges to lead every lap over Moser, Hoffman, Bouse and AY Schilling. Sixth through tenth were Tommy Dawson, Brad Mitch, Noah Jensen, Robert Tressler, and Noah Kissinger. Heats were won by Stroup, Mitch, and Bouse.

Greencastle’s Brayden Kuhn started on the pole for the 270 Micro feature. The event’s only caution came out on lap number two for Steven Fernburg Jr. Kuhn executed a flawless restart with Jeffrey Weaver running in second followed by Cory Stabley, Timmy Bittner and Mac Wert. On lap number 6, Stabley pulled his car into the infield, as Kuhn continued to pace the field. By lap ten, Kuhn and Weaver came upon lapped traffic. Kuhn held off Weaver to record his first career feature event. Third through fifth were Timmy Bittner, Mac Wert and John Roberts. Sixth through tenth were Luke Hess, Logan Hammaker, Tom Quiggle, Mathew Dixson and Stabley. Heats were won by Stabley and Kuhn.

Mikey Smith and Jeffrey Weaver started on the front row of the 600 Micro Sprint feature event. Smith led the first lap, before his brother Johnny Smith advanced from the fourth starting spot to take the lead. The caution came out on lap number four Weaver who stopped in turn four. The Smith brothers continued to battle for first and second, while Trevor Teats and Derek Swartz battled for third and fourth. On lap number 7 Teats and Swartz tangled, forcing Teats to go to the pit area. On the final lap, Swartz passed Mikey Smith. Johnny Smith earned the win over Swartz, Mikey Smith, Timmy Bittner and Prestyn Brown. Sixth through tenth were Dakota Shaeffer, Mitchell Holden, Chase Rousey, Trevor Teats and Mason Peters. Heats were won by Bittner and Johnny Smith.

Larry Beachel started on the outside of the front row. Beachel would lead every lap to claim the victory. Andrew Ricketts who started fourth, ran in the second spot for the first five laps. Shawn Stahl, who started eighth worked his way up through the field and took over second place by the halfway point of the race. Beachel cruised to the checkered flag with Stahl finishing second over Joey Snook, Anthony Potter, Matt Cochran, Coty Maines , Adam Harris, Jimmy Delozier and Kyle Strouse. Heats were won by Potter and Beachel.

This coming Friday, September 9th, the Stroud Family will present the Lenny Stroud Jr. Memorial for the Limited Late Models. Also on the card will be the Pro Stocks, 270 Micros and the Four Cylinders. Gates will open at 5PM and Hot laps begin at 7PM.

For the latest speedway information, visit the speedway website at clintoncountyspeedway.com or follow the speedway’s social media channels on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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SPRINTS: 1. Tylor Cochran 2. Timmy Bittner 3. Jeffrey Weaver 4. Ryan Kissinger 5. Mike Kohler 6. Matt Tebbs 7. Dale Schweikart 8. Josh Fox 9. Logan Jones 10. Mike Alleman 11. Cody Hauck 12. Dustin Prettyleaf 13. Ryan Lynn 14. Reed Thompson 15. Levi Brungard 16. Wyatt Walizer 17. Nathan Pierce 18. Dakota Schweikart 19. Kyle Knopp 20. Josh Beamer 21. Owen Dimm 22. Matt Kline 23. Johnny Smith 23. DJ Cassler DNS James Bilger

PRO STOCKS: 1. AJ Stroup 2. Brandon Moser 3. AJ Hoffman 4. Johnny Bouse 5. AY Schilling 6. Tommy Dawson 7. Brad Mitch 8. Noah Jensen 9. Robert Tressler 10. Noah Kissinger 11. Kris Orwig Sr 12. Rich Fye 13. Sam Jensen 14. Todd Geyer 15. Kurt Way 16. Cory Long 17. Marc Bitler 18. Austin Hulsizer 19. Logan Hile 20. Mike Gray

270 MICROS: 1. Brayden Kuhn 2. Jeffrey Weaver 3. Timmy Bittner 4. Mac Wert 5. John Roberts 6. Luke Hess 7. Logan Hammaker 8. Tom Quiggle 9. Mathew Dixson 10. Corey Stabley 11. Steven Fernburg Jr. 12. Matt Dixon DNS Hunter Zimmerman, Evan Dickey

600 MICROS: 1. Johnny Smith 2. Derek Swartz 3. Mikey Smith 4. Timmy Bittner 5. Prestyn Brown 6. Dakota Sheaffer 7. Mitchell Holden 8. Chase Rousey 9. Trevor Teats 10. Mason Peters 11. Jeffrey Weaver DNS Corey Bowmaster, Frank Gentile

4 CYLINDERS: 1. Larry Beachel Jr. 2. Shawn Stahl 3. Joey Snook 4. Anthony Potter 5. Matt Cochran 6. Coty Maines 7. Adam Harris 8. Nick Snook 9. Jimmy Delozier 10. Kyle Strouse 11. Summer Beachel 12 Michael Barrett 13. Bryun Hackenberg 14. Andrew Ricketts 15. Troy Bennett 16. Tyler Stahl 17. Brian Haagen 18. Hunter Flook DNS Matt Weaver, Dillan Hoover.

Alex Bright Makes History with Victory in USAC Debut at Clinton County Speedway

For Immediate Release
August 19, 2022

Mill Hall, PA – The USAC East Coast Wingless Sprint Cars made their first ever visit to the Clinton County Speedway on Friday night. Collegeville’s Alex Bright topped the field of 24 cars to claim the $2,000 to win prize. Corey Stabley won his first career 270 Micro Sprint feature event. Travis McClelland won his third Central PA Legends event at the speedway, while Hunter Flook was the winner of the 4 Cylinders.

Colin White and Aidan Borden brought the full field of USAC Wingless Sprints to the start of the 25 lap feature event. Third place starter, Mark Smith made a move to the front to lead the first circuit over White and Borden. By lap number two, Joey Amantea took over the second position. Amantea and Smith battled for the lead with Amantea edging Smith at the line to lead lap number four, while several cars were battling two and three wide for postion throughout the entire field. Alex Bright, who started seventh, Briggs Danner, who started seventh, and Steven Drevicki, who started eight started to work their way towards the front of the field.

On lap number six, the yellow came out for Smith. Amantea prepared for the restart with Mike Thompson, Bright, Drevicki, Danner, and Williamsport’s Tyler Cochran in the top five. While cars were pulling slide jobs and running two and three wide, Bright found the top side of turns one and two to be well suited for his car. He took over second on lap number seven and passed Amantea for the lead by the completion of lap number 10. Drevicki caught Amantea and moved into the runner up postion at the races halfway point. Danner took over the third spot on lap number 18.
On lap number 21, Bright started to encounter lapped traffic. Drevicki tried to use lapped traffic to his advantage to catch Bright, but Bright managed to clear a few lapped cars to put some space between him and Drevicki. Bright claimed the win over Drevicki, Danner, Tyler Cochran who took fourth on the final lap with Amantea settling for fifth. Sixth through tenth were: Mike Thompson, Josh Beamer, Ed Aikin, Colin White and Bruce Buckwalter Jr. Heat races were won by Mark Smith, Amantea, and Drevicki.

Mac Wert and Corey Stabley started on the front row of the 270 Micro Sprint feature. Wert lead the opening lap with Stabley making a pass as the duo exited turn number two to lead the next lap. By lap five Stabley began to pull away from the field while Cody Siegel batted with Jeffrey Weaver, Bryden Spencer and Tyler Clowes for the top five. By lap number 9, Stabley began to encounter lapped traffic. As Stabley opened up a half of straight of way lead over Siegel, Weaver was trying to take the runner up postion. Stabley had a comfortable lead and was ready to pick up his first career win. Weaver passed Siegel with two laps remaining. Then on the final lap, the caution flagged waved for Mathew Dixon who stopped on the speedway. Stabley had to restart the race with Weaver on his back bumper. Stabley executed a flawless restart to hold off Weaver for his first career victory. Weaver finished second with Siegel, Spencer and Clowes completing the top five. Sixth through tenth were Wert, Timmy Bittner, Logan Hammaker, Tom Quiggle and Matt Dixson. Heat races were won by Weaver and Siegel.

Chris Transeau led the opening laps of the Central PA Legends main event. Transeau and Devin Freese were battling for the lead, when the two cars tangled, causing Transeau to stop on the track and bring out the caution on lap number four. On the restart, Freese’s car came to a stop in turn number four, as obviously mechanical issues prevailed from the incident with Transeau. That gave the lead to Travis McClelland who had won the two pervious events at the speedway. McClelland pulled away from the rest of the field, as Bob Stough and Quinn Trimmer moved their way towards the front of the field. At the halfway point, Trimmer, who started 15th broke into the top five. A few laps later Stough and Trimmer were up to second and third. The win was the third for McClelland, who swept the 3 race series at Clinton County. Stough was second, Trimmer was third, Choya Young was fourth and Justin Wagaman was fifth. Sixth through tenth were Rick Hartwig, Cory Phillips, Scott Musselman, Eric Hurst and Richie Dobson. Heat races were won by Scott Houdeshell and Devin Friese.

Pole-sitter Michael Barrett led the opening laps of the Four Cylinder 12 lap feature. By lap number four, Hunter Flook, who started fifth took the lead. Andrew Ricketts moved into second. By lap number five, Flook was leading Ricketts, Michael Unger, Kyler Stahl and Barrett. Stahl moved into third at the halfway mark. On the final lap, Stahl passed Ricketts for second. Flook claimed this sixth win of the season. Second through tenth were Stahl, Unger, Ricketts, Bryun Hackenberg, Anthony Potter, Barrett, Matt Weaver, Eric Brumbaugh and Adam Harris. Heats were won by Unger and Hackenberg.

This Friday night, the Clinton County Speedway returns with a 5-division show. The RaceSaver Sprint Cars will compete in a dual sanctioned event with the Laurel Highlands and Pennsylvania Sprint Car Series. The Pro Stocks, 270 Micros, 600 Micros and Four Cylinders will be on the card. Gates will open at 5PM, Hot laps at 7PM and Racing begins at 7:30PM. For the latest speedway information, visit clintoncountyspeedway.com or follow the speedway on our social media pages including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

USAC Sprints: 1. 20 Alex Bright, 2 19 Steven Drevicki, 3. 5G Briggs Danner, 4. 19T Tylor Cochran, 5. 88J Joey Amantea, 6. 11 Mike Thompson, 7. 85 Josh Beamer, 8. 7 Ed Aikin, 9. 90 Colin White, 10. 83 Bruce Buckwalter Jr, 11. 78 Dale Schweikart, 12. 7B Aidan Borden, 13. 75B Bobby Butler, 14. 21k Tommy Kunsman, 15. 57 JT Ferry, 16. 83s Billy Ney, 17. 12w Troy Fraker, 18. 3 Levi Brungard, 19. 75 Mark Smith, 20. 67 Jason Cherry. DNS: 76 Mike Smith, 42 John Fraker, 78c Dakota Schweikart, 96 Lee Kauffman

270 MICROS: 1. Cory Stabley 2. Jeffrey Weaver 3. Cody Siegel 4. Brayden Spencer 5. Tyler Clowes 6. Mac Wert 7. Timmy Bittner 8. Logan Hammaker 9. Tom Quiggle 10. Matt Dixon 11. Mathew Dixson DNS Steven Fernburg Jr.

CENTRAL PA LEGENDS: 1. Travis McClelland 2. Bob Stough 3. Quinn Trimmer 4. Choya Young 5. Justin Wagaman 6. Rick Hartwig 7. Cory Phillips 8. Scott Musselman 9. Eric Hurst 10. Richie Dobson 11. Ron Little 12. Brian Rampmeyer Jr. 13. Reegan McGrew 14. Grady McGrew 15. Dave Benner 16. Hunter McElroy 17. Chris Transeau 18. Devin Freise

FOUR CYLINDERS: 1. Hunter Flook 2. Kyler Stahl 3. Michael Unger 4. Andrew Ricketts 5. Bryun Hackenberg 6. Anthony Potter 7. Michael Barrett 8. Matt Weaver 9. Eric Brumbaugh 10 Adam Harris 11. Donald Wynn 12. Matt Cochran 13. Coty Maines 14. Nick Snook 15. Ryan Unger

Billy Dietrich Makes History at Clinton County Speedway

For Immediate Release
August 13, 2022

Mill Hall, PA – The Clinton County Speedway hosted its largest event in its 34-year history on Saturday night featuring the 410 Sprint Cars in the Phil Walter Classic. Billy Dietrich of Aspers, PA claimed the $6,300 prize. Eddie Sites won the IMCA Modifieds and Blake Snyder of Montgomery won the 4-Cylinder Summer Championship event.

Billy Dietrich was the quickest in time-trail and set a new one lap track record with a time of 11.662 seconds. Dietrich earned $250 for setting quick time. Austin Bishop was second fastest followed by Mark Smith, Ryan Smith and Devon Borden. Heat races for the sprint cars were won by Todd Gracey, Austin Bishop and AJ Flick.

Todd Gracey and Kyle Smith started on the front row of the 35-lap main event. Smith jumped into the early lead followed by Gracey, Bishop Borden and AJ Flick. A few laps later Fick’s car brought out the yellow when in stopped in turns three and four. Following the restart, Smith continued to lead, as Bishop and Gracey battled for second and Borden and Ryan Smith battled for fourth and fifth.

The caution waved on lap number ten when Ryan Smith and Austin Bishop both did 360s in turn number two.
The lap eleven restart had Smith leading Gracey, and Billy Dietrich who started seventh and was now running in the top three. Dietrich moved into second on lap number twelve. On lap number 15, Smith continued to lead the field, with Dietrich in second followed by Gracey Bishop and Mark Smith. Devon Borden moved into the top five on lap number 16. Dietrich began to close in on Kyle Smith and the duo battled through lapped traffic for several laps.

Dietrich was able to execute the pass on lap number 18. By the completion of lap number 20, Dietrich, Kyle Smith, Devon Borden Gracey and Mark Smith were in the top five. On lap number 23, Ryan Smith had worked his back into the top five.

As Dietrich managed to put a few laps cars between himself and Smith, the battle for second, third and fourth intensified, as Smith was being challenged by Borden and Ryan Smith. Borden claimed second on lap number 30, with Smith taking second back on the following lap. On lap 33, Ryan Smith passed Borden for third. On the white flag lap, Dietrich had a sizeable lead with Kyle Smith, Ryan Smith, Devon Borden, and Mark Smith in the top five. Dietrich had a 3 second margin of victory. Ryan Smith passed Kyle Smith at the finish line to earn second. Devon Borden was fourth and Josh Beamer passed Mark Smith to claim the fifth spot. Sixth through tenth were Mark Smith, Austin Bishop, Jared Zionkowski, Todd Gracey and Mike Thompson.

The IMCA Modified ran in a 25-lap main event with Rich Michael Jr. leading the first several laps. Ray McClure took the lead on lap number six. By lap 15 Rodney Morgan. Aaron Benjamin and Eddie Sites were in the top three. On the final lap Mogan and Sites were in a fierce battle in turns one and two, with Morgan maintaining the lead They raced hard down the back stretch and were side by side coming out of turn number four. Sites took the win by inches over Mogan at the finish line. Ray McClure, Aaron Benjamin and Jason Sullivan completed the top five.

In four cylinder competition, Blake Snyder lead the lead from the drop of the green flag for the 20 lap championship race. By lap number 5, Snyder lead Larry Beachel, Cody Stover, Hunter Flook and Andrew Ricketts. A caution ln lap number ten slowed the field, but Snyder quickly brought the field back up to speed with Beachel and Stover giving chase. Hunter Flook took over the third postion on lap number 13 as Shawn Stahl moved into the top five. Flook took second position on lap number 17 with Stahl and Chris Small right behind him. With two laps to go Stahl passed Flook for second but couldn’t chase down Snyder before the checkered flag. Snyder secured the win over Stahl, Flook, Chloe Smith and Anthony Potter. Sixth through tenth were Zak Kline, John Baney, Mike Barret and Byrun Hackenberg..

This coming Friday night the Speedway will host the IMCA Wingless Sprints as part of the NAPA/Toner Auto Parts Summer Sprint Car Series. Also on the card will be the 270 Micro Sprints, the Central PA Legends and the Four Cylinders. Gates open at 5PM and Racing begins at 7PM

For the latest information about upcoming events, visit the speedway’s website www.clintoncountyspeedway.com or follow the speedway on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

410 SPRINTS: 1. Billy Dietrich 2. Ryan Smith 3. Kyle Smith 4. Devon Borden 5. Josh Beamer 6. Mark Smith 7. Austin Bishop 8. Jared Zionkowski 9. Todd Gracey 10. . Mike Thompson 11. Joe Kata III 12. John Walp 13. Adam Carberry 14. Tylor Cochran 15. Dale Schweikart 16. Jordan Givler 17. Dakota Schweikart 18. Erick Knopp 19. Darren Pifer 20. Levi Brungard 21. Wyatt Walizer 22. Shane Yost 23. Austin Burke 24. AJ Flick DNS Jeremy Hill, Aiden Adams.

IMCA Modified: 1. Eddie Sites 2. Rodney Morgan 3. Ray McClure 4. Aaron Benjamin 5. Jason Sullivan 6. Brad Sites 7. Keith Lamphere 8. Tyler Belcher 9. Bobby Maynard 10. Rich Michael Jr 11 Rich McNeal 12. J.W. Lamphere 13. Jake Maynard 14. AJ Hunsinger 15. Jacob McConnell 16. Lance Conley 17. Randall Paxton 18, Shawn Bruce 19. Matt Benjamin

Four Cylinders: 1. Blake Snyder 2. Shawn Stahl 3. Hunter Flook 4. Chloe Smith 5. Anthony Potter 6. Zack Kline 7, John Baney 8. Mike Barrett 9. Bryun Hackenberg 10. Ron Jamensky 11. Matt Weaver 12. Coty Maines 13. Adam Harris 14. Andrew Ricketts 15. Kyle Stahl 16. Chriss Small 17. Jake Winchester 18. Larry Beachel 19. Cody Stover 20. Shane Tressler 21. Kevin Haagen 22. Terry Karchiner 23. Kennedy Plessinger DNS Zach Rill

Rookie Timmy Bitter Claims 1st Victory on Friday Night

For Immediate Release
August 13, 2022


Rookie Timmy Bitter Claims 1st Victory on Friday Night
Mill Hall, PA – Rookie driver Timmy Bittner claimed his first victory in the RaceSaver Sprint Cars at the Clinton County Speedway on Friday night. Johnny Bouse won the Pro Stock Championship. Jeffrey Weaver won the 270 Micro Sprints, Bitner won the 600 Micro Sprints and Hunter Flook won the 4 Cylinder Division.


Beech Creek’s Timmy Bittner and Cogan Station’s Matt Tebbs started on the front row of the 25 lap feature event. Bittner took the lead at the drop of the green flag. By Lap number five, Bittner was leading Tebbs, Dale Schweikart, Tyler Cochran and Logan Jones. By lap number ten, Bittner continued to pace the field as Tebbs, Dale Schweikart, Cochran and Jones continued in the top five. Ryan Kissinger moved into the top five on lap number 18. Bittner navigated through lapped traffic like a veteran to claim his first career win in a full size sprint car. Tebbs finished second, followed by Schweikart, Kissing and Schweikart.


The Pro Stocks competed in a 20 lap championship event. Johnny Bouse started on the outside of the front row and took the lead by the completion of lap number one. At the halfway point Bouse lead AJ Hoffman, Jason Smith, Cory Long, and Robert Tressler. Bouse led every lap to claim the victory.


In the 270 Micro Sprints, Shawn McAndrew led the first three laps. Jeffrey Weaver took the lead on lap number four and maintained the lead to the checkered flag for the win.


In 600 Micros, Timmy Bittner took the lead on lap number two. In the closing laps of the race, Bittner was challenged by Trevor Teats and Derek Swartz. Swartz took the runner up postion from Teats on the final lap, as Bittner held on for the win.


Hunter Flook advanced from this third starting postion and led every lap of the 12 lap Four Cylinder feature event.


RACESAVER SPRINTS: 1. Timmy Bittner 2. Matt Tebbs 3. Dale Schweikart 4. Ryan Kissinger 5. Tylor Cochran 6. Logan Jones 7. Josh Beamer 8. Ken Duke JR. 9. Dakota Schweikart 10. Josh Fox 11. Nathan Pierce 12. Jeffrey Weaver 13. Dustin Prettyleaf 14. Erick Knopp 15. Ryan Lynn 16. Mike Kohler 17, Wyatt Walizer 18. Austin Greenland 19. Reed Thompson 20. Mariah Romig 21. Kyle Knopp 22. Mike Murphy DNS Jared Zionkowski, Levi Brungard
PRO STOCKS: 1. Johnny Bouse 2. Cory Long 3. AY Schilling 4. Rich Fye 5. Jason Smith 6. Brandon Moser 7. Marc Bitler 8. Robert Tressler 9. Kris Orwig Sr. 10. Mike Wright 11. Noah Kissinger 12. Gary Mellott 13. AJ Stroup DQ AJ Hoffman


270 MICROs 1. Jeffrey Weaver 2. Shawn McAndrew 3. Tyler Clowes 4. John Roberts 5. Mac Wert 6. Logan Hammaker 7. Matt Dixson 8. Tom Quiggle 9. Timmy Bittner 10. Mathew Dixon 11. Cory Stabley DNS Evan Dickey, Larry Dickey


600 MICROS 1. Timmy Bittner 2. Dereck Swartz 3. Trevor Teats 4. Jeffrey Weaver 5. Mitchell Holden DNS Cody Hauck.


4 CYLINDERS 1. Hunter Flook 2. Matt Weaver 3. Andrew Ricketts 4. Zak Kline 5. Bryun Hackenberg 6. Coty Maines 7, Mike Unger 8. Eric Brungard 9. Anthony Potter 10 Matt Cochran 11. Bryan Snook 12, Jake Winchester 13. Adam Harris 14. Robert Dorman 15. Donald Wynn 16. Nick Snook 17. Troy Bennett 18. Ryan Unger 19. Terry Karchiner 20. John Stringfellow

Clinton County Speedway to Host Biggest Race in 34 Year History

Mill Hall, PA – The Clinton County Speedway will feature two nights of racing this weekend, with two complete shows on Friday, August 12th and Saturday, August 13th.  The Saturday August 13th event will feature the return of the 410 Sprint Cars presented by NAPA/Toner Auto Parts. The event will honor Phil Walter of McClure who holds the record for the most career victories in 410 Sprint Car competition.

The Phil Walter Classic will pay $6,300, which honors Walter’s iconic #63 Sprint Car.  Walter has 29 career wins at the speedway, with his first win occurring on May 12, 1989, during the speedway’s inaugural season. 

“Walter was one of the original stars of the Clinton County Speedway,” says speedway promoter Jason McCahan.  “We are thrilled to honor Phil Walter and his accomplishments, especially what he has done for sprint car racing at Clinton County Speedway.”

Walter was the 1993 Sprint Car Division Champion, when he won 10 of the 15 Sprint Car races hosted that year.

Ryan Smith of Kunkletown, PA won the 410 Sprint Car Shootout in 2021, when the 410 Sprints made their first return to the speedway in a decade.  Smith and his #6 team will be back to defend their title.  Some of the drivers who have indicated that they will be in attendance are #8 Billy Dietrich of Aspers, PA; #75 Tyler Ross from Lincoln University, PA; #47 Adam Carberry of Hilltown, PA; #23 Devon Borden of Raymond, WA; #35 Tyler Esh of Providence, PA; and #11A Austin Bishop of Elverson, PA; the 2019 National Sprint Car Hall of Fame Rookie of the Year.  

“We are expecting a great turnout of Sprint Cars for this event,” said McCahan.  “Drivers are pleased with the $6,300 to win and $500 to start payout.”  In addition to NAPA Toner Auto Parts, a number of associate sponsors will offer prizes for Fast Time in Time Trials, Heat Race Winners, Hard Charger Award, and other contingency prizes for the 410 Sprint Cars.  

In addition to the 410 Sprint Cars, the IMCA Modifieds will be part of the program in a $1,000 to win event.  River Valley Builders of Selinsgrove is sponsoring a championship race for the 4 Cylinders paying $500 to the winner.  Gates on Saturday will open at 4PM with hot laps beginning at 7PM. General Admission is $20.  Students are $15 and kids 12 and under accompanied by a paid adult are free

The Friday night show will feature the RaceSaver Sprint Cars, Pro Stocks, 270 Micros, 600 Micros, and the 4-Cylinders.  The Pro Stocks will compete in a special summer championship presented by Leonard Landscape Supply.  Gates on Friday will open at 5PM, with hot laps beginning at 7PM.  General Admission is $12.  Students are $10 and kids 12 and under accompanied by a paid adult are free.  

For the latest information about upcoming events, visit the speedway’s website www.clintoncountyspeedway.com or follow the speedway on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.    

Perchak and Weaver Shine Mid-Week Fair Special

Mill Hall, PA – The Clinton County Speedway hosted a mid-week fair race to coincide with the 49th Annual Clinton County Fair.  The night featured $500 to win events for the 270 Micro Sprint and the 600 Micro Sprints won by Ross Perchak and Jeffrey Weaver.  Brandon Moser won the Pro Stock and Bentley Williamson won the 4 Cylinder Main event.  

Tom Quiggle and Mac Wert brought the field of 270 Micros to the green flag.  Weaver quickly advanced to the front with Wert, Zackery Glass, Braden Spencer and Perchak in the top five.   On lap number three, racing action came to a stop when two cars flipped in turn number four. Hunter Zimmerman and Nathan McDowell were both okay.  When the race restarted, Weaver’s car had a mechanical issue, forcing him to take his car to the pits, giving Mac Wert the lead.  Wert lead until the halfway mark.  Perchak then made the pass as the duo exited turn number two   Zachery Glass moved into second place on the following lap, shuffling Wert back to third.  Precheck held off Glass to pick of the victory over Glass, Wert, Timmy Bittner and Brayden Spencer.  Heat races were won by Weaver and Perchak.

Sierra Hauck shared the front row with her brother Jeffrey Weaver for the start of the 600 Micro Sprints.  Weaver won the sibling rivalry by leading the first lap.  Meanwhile the Smith Brothers, Johnny Smith and Mikey Smith, battled for third and fourth postion.  Johnny Smith passed Hauck on lap number seven for the runner up postion.  Cody Hauck moved into the top five, by lap number 10.  Weaver would continue to lead every lap, with Johnny Smith finishing second, Mikey Smith took third, with Cody Hauck and Dakota Sheaffer finished in the top five.  Heat races were won by Timmy Bittner and Johnny Smith.

Jason Smith and Robert Tressler started on the front row of the Pro Stock feature.   Tressler took the early lead with Smith, Brandon Moser, Kris Orwig and Bradley Benton in the top five.   Tressler and Smith were in an epic battle, with Tressler leading each lap by a narrow margin.   At the halfway mark, Moser made his move and passed both Tressler and Smith exiting turn number two.   Moser would lead the remaining laps to claim the win.  Tressler was second, Smith was third, Noah Jensen was fourth and Rich Fye completed the top five.  Tressler won the heat race. 

Fourth place starter Larry Beachel Jr marched his way to the front to lead the opening laps of the Four Cylinder feature event.  By lap number five, Beachel led Blake Snyder, Lee Zook, Troy Bennett and John Bower.  A series of cautions on laps eight and nine regrouped the field for a dash to the finish.   Lee Zook moved into second on lap number nine, as Bentley Williamson broke into the top five.   On the final lap Zook took the lead, with Williamson, Bennett, Kyler Stahl and Matt Weaver completing the top five.  Zook however failed post-race inspection, giving the victory to Williamson.  Heat races were won by Bower, Beachel, and Williamson. 

The Clinton County Speedway was scheduled to race on Friday, August 5th, but morning showers and evening showers forced officials to cancel the event.   Clinton County will return this coming weekend with a two day show.  Friday, August 12th will feature the RaceSaver Sprints, Pro Stocks, 270 and 600 Micros, and the Four Cylinders presented by Leonard Landscape Supply.  The event will feature the pro stocks in a summer championship.  

Then on Saturday, August 13 the 410 Sprint cars will be the headline in the Phil Walter Classic paying $6,300 to the winner presented by NAPA Toner Auto Parts.   In addition, the IMCA Modifieds and a Four Cylinder championship will be part of the event.

For the latest speedway information, visit clintoncountyspeedway.com or follow the speedway on our social media pages including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. 

270 Micros: 1. Ross Perchak 2. Zachery Glass 3. Mac Wert 4. Timmy Bittner 5. Brandon Spencer 6. Neil Petock 7. Cory Stabley 8. Luke Hess 9. Jillian Maurer 10. Tom Quiggle 11. Tyler Clowes 12. Cody Seigel 13. Jeffrey Weaver 14. Nathan McDowell 15. Hunter Zimmerman 16. Mat Dixson 17. Mathew Dixson DNS Steve Fernburg, Jazlyn Boyles

600 Micros: 1. Jeffrey Weaver 2. Johnny Smith 3. Mikey Smith 4. Cody Hauck 5. Dakota Sheaffer 6. Sierra Hauck 7 Timmy Bittner 8. Trevor Teats 9. Jim Young DNS Mitchell Holden, Brice Harro

PRO STOCKS: 1. Brandon Moser 2. Robert Tressler 3. Jason Smith 4. Noah Jensen 5. Rich Fye 6. Kris Orwig 7. Brad Benton.

4 Cylinders: 1. Bentley Williamson 2. Troy Bennett 3. Kyler Stahl 4. Matt Weaver 5. Coty Maines

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 clintoncountyspeedway.com 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