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(Updated 4-24): Lucas Wolfe scores, Rico Abreu, Brian Brown, Freddie Rahmer collect big weekend wins, more Sprint Car results from around the country

FRIDAY

ATTICA RACEWAY PARK

Attica, OH: Paul Weaver continued his dominance in the 305 Sprint Car division with his third win in four events. Weaver, who failed to start last Satuday’s main due to engine problems, took the lead on Lap 7 and dominated the rest of the event. It was his 38th career victory at Attica Raceway Park.

305 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 25 Laps: 1. Paul Weaver (4)]; 2. Nate Dussel (11); 3. Jamie Miller (12); 4. Jason Keckler (3); 5. Kyle Capodice (7); 6. Seth Schneider (1); 7. Kevin Mingus (6); 8. Bobby Clark (9); 9. John Ivy (13); 10. Dustin Rall (15); 11. Landon LaLonde (16); 12. Tyler Street (14); 13. Chase Baker (17); 14. Luke Daugherty (19); 15. Kelsey Ivy (2); 16. Brad Keckler (18); 17. Chase Dunham (20); 18. Ricky Peterson (5); 19. Steve Rando (8); 20. Jordan Ryan (10).

EMPIRE SPRINT SERIES

Dundee, NY: Jared Zimbardi captured the Empire Super Sprint event at Outlaw Speedway Friday night. (More information to follow.)

Feature Finish: 1. Jared Zimbardi; 2. Bobby Breen; 3. Jordan Thomas; 4. Coleman Gulick; 5. Jason Barney; 6. Dylan Westbrook; 7. Mark Smith; 8. Joe Trenca; 9. Robbie Stillwaggon; 10. Brandon Kidd; 11. Kyle Drum; 12. Glenn Styres; 13. Matt Billings; 14. Billy Van Inwegen; 15. Alex Vagneault; 16. Paulie Colagiovanni; 17. Paul Kinney; 18. Steve Collins; 19. Darryl Ruggles; 20. Dan Bennett; 21. Dan Kuhn; 22. Dave Just; 23. Steve Poirier; 24. Johnathan Preston; 25. Davie Franek; 26. Chad Miller; 27. Brett Wright.

LERNERVILLE SPEEDWAY

Sarver, Pa: Logan Wagner made his visit to Lernerville Speedway count, as he outran Caleb Helms to earn the victory on opening night. Wagner and Helms occupied the front row at the start, with Wagner taking control and leading all 25 laps of the main event. Helms finished second, followed by Carl Bowser, Jack Sodeman Jr., and Brandon Matus.

410 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 25 Laps: 1. Logan Wagner; 2. Caleb Helms; 3. Carl Bowser; 4. Jack Sodeman Jr.; 5. Brandon Matus; 6. Gary Kreiss Jr.; 7. Dan Shetler; 8. AJ Flick; 9. Brandon Spithaler; 10. Jimmy Seger; 11. George Hobaugh Jr.; 12. Cory Good; 13. Rod George; 14. Ralph Engel Jr.; 15. Brent Matus; 16. Ryan Linder; 17. Sye Lynch; 18. Vinny Dougherty; 19. Ryan Smith; 20. Dan Kuriger.

NRA SPRINT INVADERS

Lima, OH: Christopher Bell took time out from his NASCAR Truck Series duties to earn another dirt victory in the NRA Sprint Invaders A-Main at Limaland Motorsports Park. Jared Horstman took the lead in the 25-lap main event but gave it up to Randy Hannagan in lapped traffic on the 11th circuit. Bell, who started 14th, surged into third by that point and chased down the leaders by Lap 15. Three laps later, Bell blasted by Hannagan and started to distance himself from the field. A late caution set up a one-lap dash to the finish, but it was all Bell, who completed the victory. Hannagan, Horstman, Kyle Sauder and Todd Heuerman completed the top five.

360 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 25 Laps: 1. Christopher Bell (14); 2. Randy Hannagan (1); 3. Jared Horstman (2); 4. Kyle Sauder (8); 5. Todd Heuerman (4); 6. Max Stambaugh (7); 7. Dustin Daggett (9); 8. Shawn Dancer (11); 9. JR Stewart (10); 10. Devon Dobie (17); 11. Phil Gressman (5); 12. Mike Dunlap (12); 13. Butch Schroeder (16); 14. Jarrod Delong (20); 15. Ronnie Blair (3); 16. Tim Allison (6); 17. Rob Chaney (13); 18. Noah Dunlap (15); 19. Jeff Williams (18).

SILVER DOLLAR SPEEDWAY

Chico, Calif.: Andy Forsberg was at it again, as he captured his 46th career victory at Silver Dollar Speedway. Forsberg stalked early leader Michael Ing before making the winning pass on Lap 16. He was never challenged the rest of the way in taking the win. Chase Majdic took the runner-up spot from Ing with seven laps remaining and stayed there. Ing, Brad Bumgarner and Tanner Carrick completed the top five.

SPRINT CAR CHALLENGE TOUR

Tulare, Calif.: Rico Abreu passed Sean Becker with four laps to go and scored the victory in Night 1 of the Peter Murphy Classic at Thunderbowl Raceway. Becker took the lead at the start and held off Jason Meyers and then Kyle Hirst through the first 25 circuits. Abreu, who started fifth on the grid, took third from Meyers two laps later. Meyers spun in Turns 3 and 4, setting up a 10-lap dash to the finish. Abreu disposed of Hirst and then took the lead from Becker with four laps to go for the win. Becker settled for second, with Hirst taking third.

360 Sprint Car Feature Finish: 1. Rico Abreu; 2. Sean Becker; 3. Kyle Hirst; 4. Cory Eliason; 5. Ryan Bernal; 6. Giovanni Scelzi; 7. Shane Golobic; 8. Mason Moore; 9. Carson Macedo; 10. Tony Gualda; 11. Colby Copeland; 12. Kurt Nelson; 13. Mitchell Faccinto; 14. Andy Gregg; 15. Buddy Kofoid; 16. Willie Croft; 17. Steven Tiner; 18. D.J. Netto; 19. Taylor Malsam; 20. Justin Sanders; 21. Jason Meyers; 22. Kaleb Montgomery.

TRAIL-WAY SPEEDWAY

Hanover, Pa: Dwight Leppo inherited the lead on Lap 15 and paced the final 10 circuits to earn the victory at Trail-Way Speedway. Jason Cunningham and fellow front-row starter Cody Fletcher got together at the start of the main event. Fletcher spun and had front-end damage. Cunningham was in control of the main event until he rolled to a stop in Turn 4 on the 15th circuit. Leppo held off Holbrook the final 10 laps to claim the win. Steve Owings fell back to sixth on Lap 11 and battled back to third. Isaac Sneeringer and Wyatt Hinkle completed the top five.

358 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 25 Laps: 1. Dwight Leppo; 2. David Holbrook; 3. Steve Owings; 4. Isaac Sneeringer; 5. Wyatt Hinkle; 6. Joe Trone Jr.; 7. Colt White; 8. Landon Myers; 9. Jason Cunningham Jr.; 10. Brody Treaster; 11. Brandon Noel; 12. Cody Fletcher; 13. Ryan Higgins; 14. Todd Gracey; 15. Steven Kisamore; 16. Steve Storrie.

USAC NATIONAL SERIES

Plymouth, Ind.: Justin Grant took the lead at the outset and drove to victory in the 30-lap USAC National Series event at Plymouth Speedway. Grant built a huge lead in the first 10 laps over Chad Boespflug, who started to close at the halfway point. Grant started to pull away again in the late stages and was never challenged in the series’ first ever visit to the speedway. Tyler Courtney charged from 18th to a second-place finish. Boespflug settled for third and was followed by Thomas Meseraull and Stevie Sussex.

Feature Finish, 30 Laps: 1. Justin Grant; 2. Tyler Courtney; 3. Chad Boespflug; 4. Thomas Meseraull; 5. Stevie Sussex; 6. Chase Stockon; 7. Shane Cottle; 8. Chris Windom; 9. Jon Stanbrough; 10. Kevin Thomas Jr.; 11. Brady Short; 12. Colten Cottle; 13. Landon Simon; 14. Kyle Robbins; 15. Jarett Andretti; 16. Dave Darland; 17. Aaron Pierce; 18. C.J. Leary; 19. Tyler Hewitt; 20. Aaron Farney; 21. Isaac Chapple; 22. Josh Spencer.

WILLIAMS GROVE SPEEDWAY

Mechanicsburg, Pa: Freddie Rahmer made a late-race charge from fifth to first in four laps to cap off an impressive victory in the 25-lap Sprint Car feature. The win was worth $4,100, which included a $500 bonus for winning from the ninth starting position. Rahmer was running fifth with five to go, when he closed and picked off Rick Lafferty for fourth on Lap 21. The Salfordville driver caught Matt Campbell, who was locked in a three-car battle with Lucas Wolfe and Cory Haas for much of the event, in Turn 1 on Lap 23. Two corners later, he ducked under Wolfe for second. Rahmer wasted little time with Haas, pulling off a flyer through Turns 3 and 4 coming to the white flag. He fought off Haas on a Lap 25 restart to hold on for the win. Kevin Nouse won a three-car battle with Eric Parker and Phil Walter to capture the 20-lap 358 Sprint Car main. Nouse and Walter raced side-by-side to complete Lap 17. The two continued to dice in the next corner, with Nouse taking a slight lead. There was a caution with one to go and Nouse out front. The Mechanicsburg driver held on over the final circuit, beating Parker and Walter to the finish. Jared Esh and Doug Hammaker completed the top five.

410 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 25 Laps: 1. Freddie Rahmer; 2. Cory Haas; 3. Matt Campbell; 4. Rick Lafferty; 5. Brian Montieth; 6. Danny Dietrich; 7. Brock Zearfoss; 8. Greg Hodnett; 9. Doug Esh; 10. Alan Krimes; 11. TJ Stutts; 12. Dale Blaney; 13. Anthony Macri; 14. Brandon Rahmer; 15. Eric Tomecek; 16. Nicole Bower; 17. Daryl Stimeling; 18. George Streaker Jr.; 19. Eric Riggins Jr.; 20. Lucas Wolfe; 21. Troy Fraker; 22. Mike Walter II; 23. Kyle Pruitt; 24. Aaron Ott.

358 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 20 Laps: 1. Kevin Nouse; 2. Eric Parker; 3. Phil Walter; 4. Jared Esh; 5. Doug Hammaker; 6. Brie Hershey; 7. Adrian Shaffer; 8. Scott Fisher; 9. Jordan Givler; 10. Dave Thrush; 11. Troy Wagaman Jr.; 12. Chris Frank; 13. Matt Findlay; 14. Brett Wanner; 15. TJ Dehaven; 16. Rich Eichelberger; 17. Jeff Halligan. DNS: Chris Arnold; Nyle Berkes; DJ Montgomery.

WORLD OF OUTLAWS: Riverside Speedway (rained out)

SATURDAY

ARCTIC CAT ALL STAR CIRCUIT OF CHAMPIONS

Orville, OH: Sheldon Haudenschild had a free night from his World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series duties and made a trip to Wayne County Speedway count. The WoO rookie blasted his way to victory in the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions main event at the Orville, Ohio, facility. It was his 16th career victory with the series. Chad Kemenah, Jac Haudenschild, Caleb Armstrong and Travis Philo completed the top five in the A-Main.

Sprint Car Feature Finish: 1. Sheldon Haudenschild (6); 2. Chad Kemenah (4); 3. Jac Haudenschild (1); 4. Caleb Armstrong (3); 5. Travis Philo (7); 6. Christopher Bell (14); 7. Caleb Helms (2); 8. Hunter Schuerenberg (8); 9. Brandon Spithaler (15); 10. Brad Haudenschild (10); 11. Ryan Smith (9); 12. Tim Shaffer (11); 13. Ryan Broughton (5); 14. Danny Mumaw (20); 15. Andrew Palker (12); 16. Dean Jacobs (16); 17. Jordan Ryan (19); 18. Danny Smith (17); 19. Lee Jacobs (21); 20. Cale Conley (18); 21. TJ Michael (24); 22. Max Stambaugh (22); 23. Tyler Esh (23); 24. Hunter Mackison (26); 25. Bradley Howard (25); 26. Cole Duncan (13).

FREMONT SPEEDWAY

Fremont, OH: Byron Reed tracked down Rob Chaney and pulled off a late-race pass in traffic to win the 30-lap FAST Series event. Chaney wrestled the lead away from Chris Andrews at the start and held the top spot over Duane Zablocki in heavy lapped traffic at the halfway point. Reed held third at that point and took the runner-up spot on a Lap 16 restart. The leaders encountered traffic with six laps to go, which allowed Reed to slip past Chaney and drive away to the win. Chaney settled for second, with Zablocki, Tyler Gunn and Gressman completing the top five. Paul Weaver continued his hot streak, kicking off the 305 Sprint Car season at Fremont with a victory. Weaver started 12th on the grid and took the lead on Lap 12 before cruising to the victory. John Ivy Kelsey Ivy, Brandon Moore and Tony Beaber completed the top five.

410 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 30 Laps: 1. Byron Reed (7); 2. Rob Chaney (2); 3. Duane Zablocki (3); 4. Tyler Gunn (5); 5. Phil Gressman (6); 6. Stuart Brubaker (13); 7. Jared Horstman (18); 8. Chris Andrews (1); 9. Adam Kekich (8); 10. Brian Smith (12); 11. Brian Lay (11); 12. Thomas Meseraull (4); 13. Cody Gallogly (9); 14. Shawn Valentil (19); 15. Justin Peck (17); 16. Dan McCarron (10); 17. Kyle Patrick (14); 18. Joe Swanson (15); 19. D.J. Foos (20); 20. Jess Stiger (16).

305 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 25 Laps: 1. Paul Weaver (12); 2. John Ivy (6); 3. Kelsey Ivy (2); 4. Brandon Moore (1); 5. Tony Beaber (3); 6. Nate Dussel (8); 7. Ricky Peterson (10); 8. Bobby Clark (20); 9. Kevin Mingus (4); 10. Jason Keckler (13); 11. Alvin Roepke (19); 12. Chase Dunham (7); 13. Kyle Capodice (14); 14. Seth Schneider (15); 15. Cody Bova (11); 16. Landon LaLonde (18); 17. Tyler Street (16); 18. Brad Keckler (17); 19. George Englert (5); 20. Jamie Miller (9).

IRA SPRINT SERIES

Beaver Dam, Wisc.: Billy Balog started on the pole and wired the field to claim the IRA Sprint Car feature at Beaver Dam Raceway. Scotty Neitzel came from fifth to second. Parker Price-Miller, Ryan Robinson and Joe Miller completed the top five in the main event.

Feature Finish, 30 Laps: 1. Billy Balog; 2. Scotty Neitzel; 3. Parker Price-Miller; 4. Ryan Robinson; 5. Joe Miller; 6. Mike Reinke; 7. Matt Vandervere; 8. Scotty Thiel; 9. Craig Dollansky; 10. Blake Nimee; 11. Steve Meyer; 12. Tim Haddy; 13. Scott Uttech; 14. Jake Blackhurst; 15. Jeremy Schultz; 16. Kyle Marten; 17. Trey Datweiler; 18. Russel Borland; 19. Kris Spitz; 20. Ryan Bowers; 21. Chris Dodd; 22. Ben Schmidt; 23. Rusty Eagan; 24. Josh Walter; 25. Dennis Spitz.

KING OF THE WEST-NARC

Tulare, Calif.: Bud Kaeding captured the Peter Murphy Classic Saturday night at Thunderbowl Raceway. Kaeding received $11,000 for the victory. Carson Macedo came on late to get second, with Giovanni Scelzi, Buddy Kofoid D.J. Netto and Kyle Hirst completing the top five.

Sprint Car Feature Finish: 1. Bud Kaeding; 2. Carson Macedo; 3. Giovanni Scelzi; 4. Buddy Kofoid; 5. D.J. Netto: 6. Kyle Hirst; 7. Mitchell Faccinto; 8. Mason Moore; 9. Dominic Scelzi; 10. Willie Croft; 11. Cory Eliason; 12. Chase Johnson; 13. Tanner Thorson; 14. Shane Golobic; 15. Craig Stidham; 16. Brent Kaeding; 17. Jarrett Soares; 18. Lucas Ashe; 19. Jason Statler; 20. Bobby McMahan; 21. Sean Becker.

KNOXVILLE RACEWAY

Knoxville, IA: Brian Brown started on the pole and drove away to the victory in the 20-lap 410 Sprint Car opener at Knoxville Raceway. It was Brown’s 34th victory at the speedway. Kerry Madsen started on the outside pole and chased Brown, who was in the hospital during the week for digestive issues, but had to settle for second. Aaron Reutzel was third, followed by Terry McCarl and Ian Madsen. In the 360 Sprint Car main, Ian Madsen fought off all comers to earn the victory. Jon Agan led early in the event before Madsen executed a slider and got four wheels above the cushion. Madsen and Agan made contact, and Agan got upside down. Madsen led the rest of the way and took the win over Clint Garner, Seth Bergman, Jamie Ball and Matt Moro. Kevin Hetrick started third and drove to the front in the 15-Lap 305 Sprint Car feature. He was followed by Kade Higday; Joe Simbro, Ryan Leavitt and Rob Kubli.

410 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 20 Laps: 1. Brian Brown (1); 2. Kerry Madsen (2); 3. Aaron Reutzel (3); 4. Terry McCarl (7); 5. Ian Madsen (5); 6. Austin McCarl (4); 7. Paul McMahan (10); 8. Lynton Jeffrey (6); 9. Joey Saldana (9); 10. Brooke Tatnell (14); 11. Matt Juhl (13); 12. Davey Heskin (16); 13. Cap Henry (18); 14. Tasker Phillips (12); 15. Josh Schneiderman (21); 16. Tim Kaeding (8); 17. Dustin Selvage (11); 18. RJ Johnson (15); 19. Bob Weuve (22); 20. Dakota Hendrickson (19); 21. Aj Moeller (20); 22. Rager Phillips (17).

360 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 18 Laps: 1. Ian Madsen (4); 2. Clint Garner (5); 3. Seth Bergman (6); 4. Jamie Ball (3); 5. Matt Moro (8); 6. Ryan Giles (12); 7. Calvin Landis (2); 8. Chris Martin (11); 9. Matt Covington (7); 10. Joe Beaver (9); 11. Josh Riggins (13); 12. Stacey Alexander (21); 13. Chris Morgan (18); 14. Ben Woods (19); 15. Sawyer Phillips (10); 16. Devin Kline (16); 17. McKenna Haase (17); 18. Christian Bowman (22); 19. Nate Van Haaften (14); 20. Rob Weuve (23); 21. Troy Manteufel (24); 22. Tom Lenz (15); 23. Jon Agan (1); 24. Tyler Groenendyk (20).

305 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 15 Laps: 1. Kevin Hetrick (3); 2. Kade Higday (5); 3. Joe Simbro (7); 4. Ryan Leavitt (6); 5. Rob Kubli (11); 6. Matt Stephenson (17); 7. Kelby Watt (14); 8. Brad Comegys (13); 9. Brandon Worthington (2); 10. Mike Mayberry (9); 11. Chase Young (10); 12. Tyler Glass (15); 13. Evan Epperson (18); 14. Casey Greubel (21); 15. Dan Henning (19); 16. Dallas Mendenhall (20); 17. Eric Bridger (1); 18. Chase Rudolf (16); 19. Chris Walraven (4); 20. Corey Kautz (8); 21. Clifford Jones (12). DNS: Matthew Stelzer; Jeff Wilke; Levi Michener; Jon Hughes.

MERCER RACEWAY PARK

Mercer, Pa.: Jack Sodeman Jr. started on the outside pole and was never challenged in landing the victory at Mercer Raceway Park. Sodeman Jr. jumped in front of Dan Kuriger early and drove away over the race distance.  Jimmy Seger passed Kuriger for second but could do nothing with Sodeman. George Hobaugh Jr., Kuriger and Micahel Bauer completed the top five. Any Priest won the 305 Sprint Car main in just over five minutes and 23 seconds.

410 Sprint Car Feature Finish: 1. Jack Sodeman Jr.; 2. Jimmy Seger; 3. George Hobaugh Jr.; 4. Dan Kuriger; 5. Michael Bauer; 6. Gary Kreiss Jr.; 7. Dan Shetler; 8. Ralph Engel Jr.; 9. Gale Ruth Jr.; 10. Davey Jones; 11. Eric Williams: 12. Jimmy Morris; 13. Jimmy Fitzwater.

305 Sprint Car Feature Finish: 1. Andy Priest; 2. Jeremy Kornbau; 3. Darin Gallagher; 4. Gregg McCandless; 5. C.J. Jones; 6. Mike Marano II; 7. Joe Sylvester; 8. George Frederick; 9. Mike Miller.

PORT ROYAL SPEEDWAY

Port Royal, Pa.: Brent Marks returned to central Pennsylvania and dominated the 25-lap Sprint Car feature at the Juniata County oval. The Myerstown driver started eighth on the grid and surged to the front, passing Curt Stroup for third on the 12th circuit. After passing runner-up Nicole Bower on Lap 15, Marks set sail after Dale Blaney, who built a straightaway lead with 10 to go. But Marks chopped into the lead and caught Blaney within five laps, taking the lead going down the backstretch and into Turn 3 with five laps to go. Blaney finished second, followed by Stroup, T.J. Stutts and Ryan Taylor. Jeff Miller won a three-wide battle with Ken Duke Jr. and Zach Newlin at the halfway point and went on to score the victory in the 25-lap PASS/IMCA 305 Sprint Car feature. Duke, Scott Ellerman, Newlin and Kyle Ganoe completed the top five.

410 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 25 Laps: 1. Brent Marks; 2. Dale Blaney; 3. Curt Stroup; 4. T.J. Stutts; 5. Ryan Taylor; 6. Brock Zearfoss; 7. Doug Esh; 8. Danny Dietrich; 9. Dylan Cisney; 10. Lucas Wolfe; 11. Nicole Bower; 12. Logan Wagner; 13. Carl Bowser; 14. Matt Campbell; 15. Mike Wagner; 16. Rick Lafferty; 17. Kody Lehman; 18. Blane Heimbach; 19. Kevin Nouse; 20. Tyler Bear; 21. Danny Massey; 22. Eric Riggins Jr.; 23. Daryl Stimeling; 24. James Pryde; 25. Anthony Fiore.

305 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 25 Laps: 1. Jeff Miller; 2. Ken Duke Jr.; 3. Scott Ellerman; 4. Zach Newlin; 5. Kyle Ganoe; 6. Mark Watkins; 7. Tim Tanner; 8. Dave Brown Jr.; 9. Dave Grube; 10. Dylan Shatzer; 11. Jon Haegele; 12. Rick Stief; 13. Stephanie Dodson; 14. Colby Dice; 15. Mike Schuckers; 16. Darren Miller; 17. Cale Reigle; 18. Austin Bishop; 19. Bradley Mellott; 20. Dave Graber; 21. Tyler Reeser; 22. Jaremi Hanson; 23. Ron Aurand; 24. Scott Lutz.

UNITED RACING CLUB

Selinsgrove, Pa.: Davie Franek made it two straight at the Selinsgrove Speedway, besting a solid field to capture the 30-lap United Racing Club Jack Gunn Memorial. Franek marched to the front and shot under Chris Coyle to take the top spot away on a Lap 8 restart. Greg Hodnett started eighth on the grid and took third on Lap 6 and passed Coyle for second before a Lap 13 restart. Franek took the bottom on the green and slid in front of Hodnett and built a sizable lead. Hodnett was able to close in lapped traffic but couldn’t make a move, and Franek was able to hold on for the win. Hodnett, Curt Michael, Robbie Stillwaggon and Adam Carberry completed the top five.

360 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 30 Laps: 1. Davie Franek; 2. Greg Hodnett; 3. Curt Michael; 4. Robbie Stillwaggon; 5. Adam Carberry; 6. Kevin Nagy; 7. Chris Coyle; 8. Josh Weller; 9. Derek Locke; 10. Larry Kelleher; 11. Nate Snyder; 12. Jason Shultz; 13. Cody Keller; 14. Colby Womer; 15. Ryan Kissinger; 16. Troy Betts; 17. Mallie Shuster; 18. Ed Aikin; 19. Brett Michaski; 20. Joe Kata III; 21. Mark Smith; 22. Chad Layton; 23. Justin Whittall; 24. Michael Walter II; 25. Jason Clauss; 26. Mark Sasso.

LINCOLN SPEEDWAY: Rained out

UNITED SPRINT CAR SERIES: Lexington 104 Speedway (rained out)

USAC NATIONAL SERIES: Montpelier Motor Speedway (rained out)

WORLD OF OUTLAWS: Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 (rained out)

BUCKEYE OUTLAW SPRINT SERIES: Atomic Speedway (Updates not available)

SUNDAY

EMPIRE SUPER SPRINT SERIES

Utica Rome, NY: Lucas Wolfe turned in his 410 Sprint Car digs to compete in a 360 and made it pay off by winning the overall Gladiator title Sunday night. Wolfe finished third in the first 20-lap feature and then came back to make a last-lap pass on Chuck Hebing to score the win in the nightcap. Danny Varin captured the first end of the Twin 20s.

360 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 20 Laps: 1. Danny Varin; 2. Davie Franek; 3. Lucas Wolfe; 4. Dylan Westbrook; 5. Chuck Hebing; 6 Larry Wight; 7. Jeff Cook; 8. Paul Kinney; 9. Jessica Zemken; 10. Coleman Gulick; 11. Mike Mahaney; 12. Matt Billings; 13. Sammy Reakes IV; 14. Kelly Hebing; 15. James Hanson; 16. Chad Miller; 17. Steve Glover; 18. Bob Gray; 19. Brett Wright; 20. Erik Karlsen; 21. Jason Barney.

360 Sprint Car Feature Finish, 20 Laps: 1. Lucas Wolfe; 2. Chuck Hebing; 3. Coleman Gulick; 4. Dylan Westbrook; 5. Davie Franek; 6. Larry Wight; 7. Paul Kinney; 8. Kelly Hebing; 9. Jeff Cook; 10. Matt Billings; 11. James Hanson; 12. Brett Wright; 13. Steve Glover; 14. Danny Varin; 15. Erik Karlsen; 16. Bob Gray; 17. Jessica Zemken; 18. Chad Miller; 19. Sammy Reakes IV.

 

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