Yoder, Cummins, Shaffer, May all victorious
Clinton County flew the checkered flag on the 2021 season last weekend. In victory lane were Dylan Yoder in the super late models, Dennis Cummins in the pro stocks, Adrian Shaffer in the 270 micros and Joe May in the four cylinders.
With just a few races still remaining at Port Royal, the World of Outlaws made a swing through Pennsylvania to battle the PA Posse and the up-and-coming Outlaw Spencer Bayston got a jump on his 2022 rookie bid. On Friday, Kerry Madsen claimed victory.
In other Saturday action, Kenny Heffner got by Garrett Bard with a handful of laps remaining to pick up his first career PA Sprint Series 305 sprint car victory at Port Royal Speedway. The series has one more event in two weeks during the annual Blue Collar Classic Keystone Cup.
Going into Saturday night’s feature at Lincoln Speedway, Steve Owings sat in third place in the championship point standings. With his win Owings now holds a 55-point advantage over Jeff Rohrbaugh with one race left in the season. In super late models, Ross Robinson’s first win at Lincoln came five weeks after the loss of his father. In an emotional victory lane interview, Robinson shared how much this win meant to him, his family and most importantly his father who was watching from above. This Saturday Lincoln Speedway is back in action for the final time in 2021 with the Night of Champions featuring the 410 and 358 sprint cars.
Down at BAPS Speedway, Frankie Herr blasted to his third straight win in the 25-Lap Harvest Classic. The victory was the fifth of the season for the 58-year-old driver and clinched the super sportsman championship.
This week at Port Royal, the short track super series modifieds will hit the clay for a three day show starting on Thursday at 7 p.m.
See you at the races.