Linden’s Dale Schweikart wins at Clinton County Speedway
At Clinton County on Friday night Dale Schweikart of Linden made a last-lap pass to claim the Laurel Highlands RaceSaver sprint car feature by .202 seconds over Jared Zionkowski. It was his second win of the season.
Bradly Benton won the pro stocks, Mike Thompson won the 600 micro sprints, Jersey Shore’s Bobby Sanso won the 270 micro sprints and Cody Stover earned a victory in the four-cylinder division.
At intermission, kids bicycle races were held. The winners were Evendale’s Dylan Martin (6 and under), Milesburg’s Takoda Ripka (7-10) and Loganton’s Keron Yerger (11-15).
The Speedway returns to racing Friday for another five-division racing program with limited-late models, pro stocks, 270 micro sprints, 600 micro sprints and four-cylinders. Gates will open at 5:15 p.m. and racing will begin at 7:30.
At Williams Grove, Steve Buckwalter of Royersford claimed the 410 sprint car victory, outrunning Matt Campbell for his 11th career speedway win. The victory tied him on the oval all-time win list with Randy Wolfe.
In the 25-lap URC sprint feature, Anthony Macri of Dillsburg took a convincing victory after wrestling with Josh Weller for the lead.
Williams Grove Speedway will host the All-Stars Circuit of Champions sprint cars as they compete in the Tommy Hinnershitz Classic against the Pennsylvania Posse Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint cars race Friday.
On Saturday, it was a battle with Mother Nature at Selinsgrove Speedway with Ryan Kissinger of Bloomsburg scoring the biggest win of his sprint car career by emerging victorious in the 20th annual, 30-lap National Open for 360 sprint cars worth $5,000.
The 305 sprint main saw hometown driver Ken Duke Jr. score the victory while the limited-late model went to Jared Fulkroad.
After a week off, Selinsgrove Speedway will return to action on Saturday, July 25, with the Jeff’s Auto Body and Recycling Center Summer Championships for the Modern Heritage 410 sprint cars and the super-late models, plus racing action that includes the annual A & A Auto Stores Roadrunner 20.
At Lincoln Speedway, Freddie Rahmer lined up ninth for the 30-lap feature on John Gleim Excavating Night. Rahmer reeled in early race leader, Billy Dietrich, in lapped traffic to take the lead and cruised to his third win at the track this year.
This Saturday, Lincoln Speedway is back in action with Pepsi Night. The 410 sprints will compete for $10,000 in the Outlaw Tune-up presented by Freedom Off-Road. Super Sportsman (Touring Series) and Midgets will also be in action.
Racing starts at 7:30 p.m.
30-lap A-main: 1. Ryan Kissinger; 2. Jonathan Preston; 3. Davie Franek; 4. Mark Smith; 5. Adam Carberry.
305 sprint cars (20-lap A-Main): 1. Ken Duke; 2. Doug Dodson; 3. Devin Adams; 4. Jake Frye; 5. Garrett Bard.
Limited-late models (15-lap A-Main): 1. Jared Fulkroad; 2. Todd Snook; 3. JR Toner; 4. Zach Kauffman; 5. Shaun Miller.
Sprint cars: 1. Dale Schweikart; 2. Jared Zionkowski; 3. Dylan Proctor; 4. Greg Dobrosky; 5. Scott Lutz.
Pro stocks: 1. Bradley Benton; 2. Kevin VanAmburg; 3. AY Schilling; 4. Brad Myers; 5. Rich Fye.
600 micros: 1. Mike Thompson; 2. Trevor Teats; 3. Timmy Bitner; 4. Tyson Mowery; 5. Mason Peters.
270 micros: 1. Bobby Sanso; 2. Timmy Bitner; 3. Ethan Spotts; 4. Zachary Glass; 5. Cameron Smith.
Four-cylinders: 1. Cody Stover; 2. Kennedey Courter; 3. Blake Snyder; 4. Chelsie Harris; 5. Michel Luther.
410 sprints (25 laps): 1. Steve Buckwalter; 2. Matt Campbell; 3. Kyle Reinhardt; 4. Ryan Smith; 5. Brent Marks.
URC sprints (25 laps): 1. Anthony Macri; 2. Steve Buckwalter; 3. Josh Weller; 4. Tyler Ross; 5. Jason Shultz.
410 sprint feature (30 laps): 1. Freddie Rahmer ($4,000); 2. Billy Dietrich; 3. Brandon Rahmer; 4. Matt Campbell; 5. Chase Dietz.
358 sprint feature (20 laps): 1. Tyler Ross ($1,100); 2. Scott Fisher; 3. Brett Wanner; 4. Kody Hartlaub; 5. Cody Fletcher.
Central PA Legends feature finish (20 laps): 1. Billy Workman Jr.; 2. Travis McClelland; 3. Bill Diehl; 4. Scott Houdeshell; 5. Jeremy Ott.