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Racing Continues This Saturday At Williams Grove Speedway

Mechanicsburg, PA July 31, 2014

The Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night Series returns to action this weekend.  The Blazer’s Body Shop Super Sportsman, Credit Connection Auto Sales 358 Late Models, and Aquafun Pools Street Stocks will be in action.

In the Super Sportsman standings 11 drivers recorded a victory this year at Williams Grove Speedway and on the Super Sportsman tour.  A total of 51 drivers raced with the division during this season.

The 358 Late Models have seven feature winners.  Fifty-nine competitors have been part of the 2014 358 Late Model campaign.

In the Street Stocks thirty-six drivers have turned a lap on the half-mile oval.  Six drivers have made their way to victory lane.

This Saturday spectator gates open at 5 PM with racing beginning at 6:30. Williams Grove Speedway’s Saturday racing is home of the low ticket price.  Adults enter the track grounds for five dollars with children 12 and under free. 



Steve Wilbur, Alan Sagi, and Dustin Hollinger Win Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night Races

Mechanicsburg, PA July 27, 2014

Steve Wilbur won the 20 lap Williams Grove Speedway Blazer’s Body Shop Super Sportsman feature.  In front of a record-setting crowd on Kids Night, Wilbur gained the lead with three laps remaining.

Duaine Smith led at the start with Rich Eichelberger giving chase.  Steve Wilbur, the third-place starter, maintained third.  Smith had an early advantage before Eichelberger narrowed the lead to two lengths.

On the 12th lap the engine in Duaine Smith’s car suddenly lost power and he drifted to a stop.  Rich Eichelberger was the new leader followed by Steve Wilbur, Steve Fannasy, Mike Enders, and Scott Dellinger.

Eichelberger gained a comfortable lead over Wilbur. For the second consecutive race, bad luck struck Rich Eichelberger.  With three-laps remaining, Eichelberger drifted to a stop, the victim of a flat tire.

Rich Eichelberger retired to the pits placing Steve Wilbur in the lead.  Wilbur, from Mechanicsburg, gained an advantage over Steve Fannasy, Scott Dellinger, Mike Enders, Frankie Herr, Doug Dodson, and Scott Geesey.  Wilbur crossed the finish line seven lengths ahead of Fannasy, Dellinger, Herr, and Doug Dodson.

Heat wins for the 33 entries went to Jay Fannasy, Scott Geesey, Frankie Herr, and Mike Enders. Eric Walker won the consolation.  David Socks III received the Sprint Aces Hard Charger award.

The 20-lap Credit Connection Auto Sales 358 Late Model feature began with an extraordinary side-by-side battle between veteran Les Hare and the young charger Cole Amsden.  Through the first five laps the two raced even around the half mile.  Hare had the nose of his car ahead for laps one and two.  Amsden was inches in front from laps three through five.

A caution on lap six ended the wheel-to-wheel action of the lead duo.  Amsden, following the restart, set the pace ahead of Matt Nailor, Les Hare, and Sam Gallagher.  Alan Sagi, the ninth-place starter, was in fifth. By the midway point of the race Gene Knaub joined the lead pack.

Cole Amsden held a ten-car length lead while Matt Nailor was contending with challenges from Alan Sagi and Gene Knaub.  During the 12th circuit Sagi captured second and Knaub gained third.

Alan Sagi and Gene Knaub caught leader Cole Amsden before a lap 17 caution slowed the event.  Following the restart Amsden’s car went sideways in turn four allowing Sagi and Knaub to gain the lower line entering the first turn.  Alan Sagi, from Hagerstown, Maryland, was the new leader with Gene Knaub in second.

Gene Knaub, on the final lap, was a length behind Alan Sagi entering turn three.  Sagi held off the bid and won his first of the season by two lengths over Knaub.  Cole Amsden finished in third with Jake Jones in fourth and Matt Nailor was fifth. 

The heat races for the 25-car field went to Les Hare, Gene Knaub, and Wes Alleman.  Sam Rial was the Artwerks Hard Charger.

Dustin Hollinger started on the outside of the front row in the 15 lap Aquafun Pools Street Stock main.  Hollinger led the way with Tim Drawbaugh, Brett Pickel, Craig Morgan, Doug Hoffman, and Kevin Sigler in a close fight for second.

Hollinger, after several weeks of mechanical issues, was driving a flawless race.  The battle for second was intense between Pickel, Morgan, Sigler, and Drawbaugh. Pickel and Sigler, during the 11th lap, swapped second position several times.  One-lap later Pickel and Sigler tangled in turn two resulting in a caution.

The caution returned on the final lap.  Dustin Hollinger, from Palmyra, had a strong restart, gaining a five-car length advantage.  Hollinger won his first of the year by six lengths.  Craig Morgan and Mike Buckley were door-to-door heading to the finish line.  Morgan finished in second by several inches over Buckley.  Greg Diehl was fourth and Steven Dove finished fifth.

The preliminaries for the 21 Street Stocks went to Doug Hoffman and Hollinger.  Greg Diehl received the Artwerks Hard Charger award.

The Williams Grove Speedway Saturday Night Series returns to action this weekend featuring the Blazer’s Body Shop Super Sportsman, Credit Connection Auto Sales 358 Late Models, and Aqua Fun Pools Street Stocks.  Racing action begins at 6:30.  Adult admission is five dollars with children 12 and under free.



Williams Grove Speedway 7/26/14

Blazer's Body Shop Super Sportsman ( 33 Cars ):

1) 17G Steve Wilbur 2) 11 Steve Fannasy 3) 30 Scott Dellinger 4) 99 Frankie Herr 5) 43 Doug Dodson 6) 3B Mike Enders 7) 33 Scott Geesey 8)
32 Gregg Foster 9) 75 Kenny Edkin 10) 45 Dave Socks ( Sprint Aces Hard Charger ) 11) 7c Chad Trout 12) 55c Chad Criswell 13) 3 Eric Walker
14) 17J Tony Jackson 15) 99c Chad Smith 16) 70D Bill Devine 17) 77w Tom Wyckoff 18) 91 Lanny Hake 19) 5 Dave Berkheimer 20) 8 Rich
Eichelberger 21) 7 Todd Leonard 22) 00 Rick Barr 23) 29 Duaine Smith 24) 222 Jay Fannasy

DNQ: 77 Russ Mitten, 20w Davey Walsh, 25 Bobby Hockenberry, 19 Devin Beidel, 3J Russ Lebo, 1R Jim Hulse, 2 Scott Smith, 18 Dave Conrad
Jr., 57 Geoff Gill

Credit Connection 358 Late Models ( 25 Cars ):

1) 112 Alan Sagi 2) 1 Gene Knaub 3) 4 Cole Amsden 4) 43 Jake Jones 5) 19 Matt Nailor 6) 21z Cam Zeigler 7) NINE Ron Kline 8) 116 Travis
Mease 9) 19L Dave Latsha 10) 2z Dan Zechman 11) 25 Sam Gallagher 12) 57 Brad Shank 13) 11 Sam Rial ( ArtWerks Hard Charger ) 14) 13m
John McLanigan III 15) 08 Zach Kauffman 16) 73 Al Cheney 17) 80 Wes Alleman 18) 01 Les Hare 19) 2m Shaun Jones 20) 7 Pat Beard 21) M1
Roy Miller 22) 000 Pat McNeal 23) 88 Randy Croop 24) 19x Tom Smith

DNQ: 21 Jason Peachey

Aqua Fun Pools Street Stocks ( 21 Cars ):

1) 5 Dustin Hollinger 2) 94 Mike Buckley 3) 11 Craig Morgan 4) 80D Greg Deihl ( ArtWerks Hard Charger ) 5) 22 Steve Dove 6) 0 Todd
Bowersox 7) 27 Doug Hoffman 8) 8 Eric Tripp 9) 7s Kevin Sigler 10) 21z Jaynee Zeigler 11) 77N Mike Nickel 12) 88P Brett Pickel 13) 20 Jesse
Hitz 14) Super 7 Tim Drawbaugh 15) 16 Walt Lemmon 16) 29 Jeff Haag 17) 2 Randy Zechman

DNS: 00 Josh Bloom, x99 Chris Heller, 98x Nick Bloom, 21R Steve Hastings

Williams Grove Speedway Adds New Sponsor To Saturday Night Series


March 15, 2014


Williams Grove Speedway management announces a new sponsor for their popular Saturday Night Series.  Credit Connection Auto Sales will sponsor the 2014 358 Late Model point fund.


Credit Connection Auto Sales is a family-owned business, making them the perfect supporter for the family-oriented Saturday Night Series.  They have three dealerships located in Harrisburg, Carlisle, and in York.


Credit Connection Auto Sales joins Blazer's Body Shop and Aquafun Pools as the 2014 sponsors of Williams Grove Speedway's Saturday night racing.  Blazer's Body Shop is a longtime backer of the Super Sportsman division.  Aquafun Pools is the new supporter of the Street Stock class.


The Saturday Night Series returns for its ninth year of racing at the historic Williams Grove Speedway.  The series is proud to be a part of the speedway’s 75th anniversary. The three-division show remains the least expensive night of racing in the Susquehanna region. Speedway owner Kathy Hughes maintains a low five-dollar ticket price, marketing the racing to young families.


The Saturday Night Series begins the 2014 campaign on April 26.  All racing events will begin at 6:30. 


Williams Grove Speedway continues to be the Susquehanna Valley's Saturday night home for Super Sportsman, 358 Late Models, and Street Stocks.  The series continues to grow and speedway officials are working on more family-oriented projects.

as of July 26th

1. 3B Mike Enders
2. 99 Frankie Herr
3. 7C Chad Trout
4. 30 Scott Dellinger
5. 77 Russ Mitten

as of July 26th

1. 112 Alan Sagi
2. 43 Jake Jones
3. 80 Wes Alleman
4. 1 Gene Knaub
5. NINE/21Z Cam Zeigler
as of July 26th

1. 29 Jeff Haag
2. 7S Kevin Sigler
3. 94 Mike Buckley
4. 16 Walt Lemmon
5. 8 Eric Tripp
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