CRYAN HONORS FALLEN CHAMPION JULICHER WITH KEN HECKLER TRIBUTE 51 WIN

CRYAN HONORS FALLEN CHAMPION JULICHER WITH KEN HECKLER TRIBUTE 51 WIN

LANCASTER, N.Y. (August 11, 2018) – Andy Cryan’s eighth Advance Auto Parts Street Stock win of the season might have been his most meaningful as he captured the 2nd annual Ken Heckler Tribute 51 on Saturday night at Lancaster National Speedway.

The win by Cryan came just two days after the passing of nine-time Late Model track champion, John Julicher. Julicher had been a mentor to Cryan during the past couple seasons, and his son, Brad Julicher, serves as Cryan’s crew chief. Cryan runs the #09 and sports a paintscheme that is similar to Julicher’s Late Models as a tribute the winningest Late Model driver in track history.

Cryan lined up ninth in the 22-car field for the Ken Heckler Tribute 51 lap race. The event pays tribute to former racer and track official, Ken Heckler, who passed away suddenly in 2017. Garrett Cleversley and Bob Palmer started on the front row. Cleversley grabbed the early lead followed by Tim Welshans, Mike Dalfonso and Tommy Wentland.

Welshans took the lead from Cleverlsey on lap 3 and Dalfonso followed him into second place. Dalfonso took the top spot from Welshans eight laps later just before the yellow flag waved after Ken Camidge’s engine expired in turn four. The race restarted with Dalfonso leading Dave Vona, Welshans, Tommy Wentland, and Nik Welshans.

The trio of Dalfonso, Vona and Wentland pulled away from the field until lap 25 when the yellow flag was displayed again. This caution period was for the mandatory field inversion. A random draw between 2-12 decided how many cars would be inverted. The Heckler family drew the number 12 for the inversion, which meant the leader was dropped to 12th place, and the 12th place car moved to first.

Chris Powers became the leader of the race following the inversion followed by Jarrod Brown, Jerome Hruby, Tim Welshans and Mark Hoch. Powers jumped out to the lead following the restart with Brown and Welshans battling for second. Tim Welshans took the lead from Powers on lap 28 with his brother, Nik, following him into second place. Nik Welshans grabbed the lead from his brother just one lap later.

Cryan restarted eighth following the inversion after making his way up to fifth before the mandatory caution. The invert forced Cryan to start his trek to the front of the field all over again with the same amount of laps he would have for a normal Saturday night feature. Cryan quickly made his way to second place by lap 30. Three laps later he was able to pass Welshans to take the lead.

Tim Welshans night came to an end on lap 39 when he tangled with Rich Sharpe and Tommy Wentland on the front straightaway. Welshans hit in the inside retaining wall to take him out of competition. The final caution period of the race happened on lap 43 when polesitter Cleversley plowed into the Thermal Foam blocks in turn two.

The race restarted with Cryan leading Nik Welshans, Brian Hoffman, Wentland and Mark Hoch. Hoffman was making his second Lancaster start of the season after winning in his season debut on July 14. He quickly dispatched of Welshans after the final restart of the night to move into second place with seven laps to go.

Hoffman tried to hang with Cryan at the front of the field, but he lost sight of the leader in the closing laps. Cryan cruised to his eighth Street Stock win of the season. He was joined in victory lane by the Julicher family and friends.

Hoffman finished second followed by Nik Welshans, Sharpe and Wentland. Sharpe came back through the field late in the race after pitting following the incident on lap 32 with Tim Welshans. Hoch, Vona, Hruby, Powers and Jay Canonico rounded out the top ten.

In additional X-Press Signs Stock Car Series action, George Skora III of Eden, N.Y. won the 35-lap VP Racing Fuels Sportsman feature. Skora passed Jayme Thompson for the lead on lap five of the event. He then held off division points leader Owen Bednasz in the closing lap to score his first win of the season.

The victory serves as a tune up for Skora as he looks to defend his Tommy Druar/Tony Jankowiak Memorial 110 title next week against the rest of the Race of Champions Modified Series field. Skora scored his first career RoC Series in last year’s Tommy/Tony 110.

Bednasz finished second to maintain his lead in the point standings. Shawn Nye finished third followed by Dave Kozlowski and Leo Becker.

The Midwest Compact Series made their debut at Lancaster on Saturday on the ½-mile oval. The series based out of Ohio gave many four cylinders racer their first chance to tackle the big track after competing on the inner oval. Brian Sprague of Brookville, PA won the 25 lap feature. Sprague passed Don Rufener, Jr. for the lead on lap three, and then held off Jacob Gustafsson in the closing laps to score the win.

Jake Alrbight of Dover, OH was one of the pre-race favorites following the heats, but he developed engine issues after a lap 10 restart while running second. The restart gave Gustafsson a shot the win as he was running a straightaway behind Sprague and Albright before the caution came out.

Charles Palmer of Cheektowaga won the 25-lap Roaming Buffalo 4-Cylinder for his second victory of the season. Palmer passed Andy Danielwicz for the lead on lap three and then drove away to a large lead. He was able to pull away as several drivers competed fiercely for second place on back.

Dave Brunka won out the battle to finish second. Jason Anasiewicz, Chris Pennell and Dan Dressel rounded out the top five.

Next week is one of Lancaster National Speedway’s most prestigious events of the year, the 29th annual Tommy Druar/Tony Jankowiak Memorial 110 for the Race of Champions Modified Series. The Race of Champions Super Stocks, Street Stocks and 4-Cylinders will also be in action. Racing start at 6:30 p.m.

RESULTS

VP RACING FUELS SPORTSMAN

Heat Winner: Jayme Thompson

Feature: GEORGE SKORA III, Owen Bednasz, Shawn Nye, Dave Kozlowski, Leo Becker, Tony Carbone, John Barber, Jayme Thompson, Eddie Hawkins, Mark Pennell

ADVANCE AUTO PARTS STREET STOCKS

Heat Winners: Mike Dalfonso, Tim Welshans, Andy Cryan

Ken Heckler Tribute 51 Finish: ANDY CRYAN, Brian Hoffman, Nik Welshans, Rich Sharpe, Tommy Wentland, Mark Hoch, Dave Vona, Jerome Hruby, Chris Powers, Jay Canonico, Bob Palmer, Jeff Szafraniec, Mike Rogers, Bob Blaszak, Jr., Scott Soos, Rick Meyers, Garrett Cleversley, Tim Welshans, Ted Welshans, Mike Dalfonso, Jarrod Brown, Tim Garlock, Jerry Kosmowski, Ken Camidge

ROAMING BUFFALO 4-CYLINDERS

Heat Winners: Joe Brunka, Jason Anasiewicz

Feature: CHARLES PALMER, Dave Brunka, Jason Anasiewicz, Chris Pennell, Dan Dressel, Joe Brunka, Andy Danielwicz, Dave Evans, Kevin Bainbridge, Kenny Hejna, Ryan Palmer

MIDWEST COMPACT SERIES

Heat Winners: Jake Albright, Jacob Gustafsson

Feature: BRIAN SPRAGUE, Jacob Gustafsson, Jody London, Craig Orr, Kenny Hejna, Jason Anasiewicz, Charles Palmer, Dan Rufener Jr., Kelly Lillie, Ryan Palmer, Jake Albright, Bob Bogner, Joe Brunka, Dave Brunka, Tim Durfy, Jeff Szafraniec, Josh Schosek, Dave Milbrand, Jr.

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Catalano Brothers Finish 1-2 In VP Racing Fuels Sportsman Feature

Catalano Brothers Finish 1-2 In VP Racing Fuels Sportsman Feature

LANCASTER, N.Y. (July 28, 2018) – The Catalano family of Ontario, N.Y. had a night to remember on Saturday at Lancaster National Speedway. Brothers Tommy and Timmy Catalano finished first and second in the VP Racing Fuels Sportsman feature with their mother, Amy, coming home in fifth place. Tommy also added a third place finish in the Race of Champions Late Model Series event.

In other X-Press Signs Stock Car Series action, Eldon King III of Freedom, N.Y. narrowly won his second-straight Race of Champions Late Model feature. Andy Cryan of Buffalo grabbed his sixth win of the year in the Advance Auto Parts Street Stocks. Chris Pennell of Lancaster scored his first win of the season in the Roaming Buffalo 4-Cylinders.

Tony Carbone and Jayme Thompson led the field to the green flag for the 35-lap main event for the VP Racing Fuels Sportsman. Carbone quickly jumped out to the early lead and pulled away during the opening laps while Thompson was left to defend second place from the likes of Tommy Catalano, Jake Vernon and Mike Fiebelkorn, Jr.

Catalano and Fiebelkorn eventually got past Thompson to fill out the rest of the top three early on. Thompson got tangled up with Patrick Emerling on lap 9 to bring out the first caution of the race. The yellow flag reappeared one lap later when Emerling and Eddie Hawkins made contact in turn three.

Carbone spun his tires on the ensuing restart which bottled up the inside line. This allowed Catalano to take the lead followed by Vernon, Owen Bednasz and Andy Jankowiak. The tire spin by Carbone may have been part of a mechanical issue as he quickly faded through the field. He eventually stopped on the track on lap 17 to bring out the third caution of the race.

Tommy Catalano and Bednasz were the class of the field by the halfway point of the race. Bednasz looked to have the stronger car during the middle stages, and pressure Catalano for the lead.

Patrick Emerling’s night went from bad to worse on lap 21 when he hit the wall off of turn 4, which also caught up his teammate Matt Druar. The drivers walked away, but both cars suffered significant damage.

Catalano’s brother, Timmy, had landed in third place by this point. The younger of the two Catalano brothers in the race started tenth and he slowly climbed his way to the front. Bednasz was sandwiched between the two Catalanos as he tried to go for second-straight Sportsman win.

A spin by Thompson on lap 30 set up a five lap dash to the finish. Tommy Catalano quickly pulled away from the field while Timmy Catalano was able to take over second from Bednasz. The Catalano brothers crossed the finish line 1-2 for the first time at Lancaster.

Bednasz settled for third place, but maintained his points lead in the Sportsman division. Mike Fiebelkorn, Jr. finished fourth, Amy Catalano came home in fifth to give the Catalano family three top five finishes. Carbone rallied from his issues earlier in the race to finish sixth.

The Race of Champions Late Model feature came down to a three lap dash between Dave Russell and Eldon King III. Russell had led the first 27 laps from the pole position and was able to drive away from the field on restarts. King, however, made it count on the final restart of the night as he managed to stay side-by-side with Russell, and eventually took the lead on the outside.

Russell made a last-ditch effort on the final lap to try and steal the win, but came up .094 seconds short at the finish line to give King his second RoC Late Model win in a row. Tommy Catalano finished third behind King and Russell. Bobby Weber and Dave Heitzhaus rounded out the top five.

Andy Cryan bounced back from having his five-race Advance Auto Parts Street Stock win streak snapped two weeks earlier, to score his sixth win of 2018. Cryan passed Tommy Wentland for the lead on lap 4 and then pulled away from the field during a long green flag run.

A couple of late race cautions gave Ken Maltby a shot at Cryan for the lead, but in the end he was no match for the current division points leader. Cryan cruised to his sixth win in the last seven Street Stock races. Dave Vona was credited with second place. Tim Welshans, Mark Hoch and Rich Sharpe completed the top five.

In the Roaming Buffalo 4-Cylinders, Chris Pennell fended off points leader Dan Dressel for his first win of the season. Pennell overtook Andy Danielwicz for the lead on lap 6. He was able to protect the bottom lane to hold off Dressel throughout the second half of the race. Jason Anasiewicz, Kenny Hejna and Joe Brunka placed in the top five.

About 14 drivers across Lancaster’s three X-Press Signs Stock Car Series home track divisions managed to make it to the track after competing earlier in the day at The Track at Hillside in Holland. Lancaster National Speedway officials appreciate the dedication of its competitors and are grateful to the officials at The Track at Hillside for making it possible for the drivers to make both shows.

Race fans were treated to an on-track autograph session during intermission to give them a chance to meet their favorite drivers and/or make some new favorites.

Lancaster National Speedway is back in action on Thursday, August 2 for the Midweek Modified Mania 50 for the Race of Champions Modified Series. The Street Stocks and 4-Cylinders were also be in action on Thursday. Racing starts at 7 p.m.

RESULTS

VP RACING FUELS SPORTSMAN

Heat Winners: Owen Bednasz, Tony Carbone

Feature: TOMMY CATALANO, Timmy Catalano, Owen Bednasz, Mike Fiebelkorn, Jr., Amy Catalano, Tony Carbone, Jake Vernon, Shawn Nye, Eddie Hawkins, Scott Wylie, Dave Kozlowski, Kevin Lewis, Sherri Hogan, Jayme Thompson, Leo Becker, Andy Jankowiak, Patrick Emerling, Matt Druar, Mark Pennell, John Barber

RACE OF CHAMPIONS LATE MODEL SERIES

Heat Winners: Tommy Catalano, Bobby Weber

Feature: ELDON KING III, Dave Russell, Tommy Catalano, Bobby Weber, Dave Heitzhaus, Bob Minacapelli, Dave Whittaker, Sam Fullone, Ron Richter, Terry Weldy

ADVANCE AUTO PARTS STREET STOCKS

Heat Winners: Andy Cryan, Mark Hoch

Feature: ANDY CRYAN, Dave Vona, Tim Welshans, Mark Hoch, Rich Sharpe, Tommy Wentland, Jim Mallaber, Jay Cananico, Mike Rogers, Jerry Kozmowski, Chris Powers, Rick Meyers, Scott Soos, Mike Dalfonso, Garrett Cleverlsey, Jerome Hruby, Bob Palmer DNS: Jeff Szafraneic, John Carlson DQ: Ken Maltby

ROAMING BUFFALO 4-CYLINDERS

Heat Winners: Chris Pennell

Feature: CHRIS PENNELL, Dan Dressell, Jason Anasiewicz, Kenny Hejna, Joe Brunka, Dave Brunka, Charles Palmer, Andy Danielwicz, Briar Dils, Scott Fritz, Josh Schosek, Dave Evans, John Byrd, Michelle Russo

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Tim Packman Stepping Down as Lancaster Speedway President

Tim Packman Stepping Down as Lancaster Speedway President

LANCASTER, N.Y. (July 25, 2018) – Upon completion of a three-year agreement with the ownership group, Tim Packman will be stepping down as Track President of Lancaster National Speedway & Dragway.

Packman will complete his term and finish out the 2018 season, which concludes at the end of September, before returning to North Carolina seeking to continue his career in motorsports. The future of the award-winning motorsports facility is secure and racing will continue as it has done since 1959.

“This wasn’t an easy decision and a lot of thought and talks with Gordon Reger were held leading up to this point,” Packman said. “Lancaster is where I started my motorsports career and the past three years have been great to watch how the track has grown.

“By announcing this now, it will give the ownership group time to find the next person to lead Lancaster into even better days. It will also allow time for that person to become acclimated and see the day-to-day operations and get ready for next season now and keep it growing forward.

“I owe tons of gratitude to the ownership group for this opportunity, the stars in the cars for wanting to race at Lancaster, the partners who have invested their advertising dollars here and a big thank you goes to the fans in the stands. I especially want to thank the Drag, Stock Car, maintenance, safety and office staffs for their hard work and dedication to Lancaster.”

During the past three seasons, the ownership group has made multiple improvements to the facility and allowed for booking of larger shows like the ISMA Supermodifieds, Street Outlaws from Discovery Channel and Monster Trucks, to name a few. In addition to solidifying the Drag and Stock Car programs, the larger events also brought new fans to Lancaster.

The results have shown with increased car counts for both the Drag and Stock Car programs, attendance, Social Media presence, improvements in the track’s overall image and reputation.

Reger, CEO of Reger Holdings, the parent company of Lancaster, is committed to making sure racing continues at 57 Gunnville Rd.

“I appreciate all that Tim has been able to accomplish in the past three years,” Reger said. “I know there a lot of factors that go into keeping the track running and he did it well. We will now begin solidifying the future of Lancaster and Tim will be very involved managing all inquiries to find his successor.

“It might be a challenge to find someone to match his passion for the track and his will to see it be a successful business. But, I personally want everyone involved with the track to know racing and the traditions of Lancaster will continue.”

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Midweek Modified Mania Running Wild Next Thursday

Midweek Modified Mania Running Wild Next Thursday

LANCASTER, N.Y. (July 24, 2018) – The open-wheeled warriors of the Race of Champions Modified Series roll into Lancaster National Speedway next Thursday, August 2, for the inaugural running of the Midweek Modified Mania 50. This new event expanded Lancaster’s commitment to the RoC Modified Series to five races in 2018, and marks the midway point of the RoC Series schedule.

The Thursday night throw-down for the groundpounders will be short on laps, but filled with action, as drivers will have little time to waste to get to the front of the field. The short distance takes any kind of tire-saving strategy out of the equation, and places an emphasis on track position.

The first two RoC Modified events at LNS this season have been split by a pair of drivers have dominated the headlines at Lancaster in 2018. Patrick Emerling opened the season with a win in the Queen City Clash 75. Since then, Emerling has won three VP Racing Fuels Sportsman features at LNS to give him four overall wins. Chuck Hossfeld captured the RoC Modified Series Ol’ Boy Cup 60 on June 28 just 11 days after winning the Joe Reilly Sportsman Summer Slam. Hossfeld enters Midweek Modified Mania 50 as the current RoC Modified Series points leader.

Hossfeld also leads the standings for the Treichler-Troyer Trophy. This special award goes to the driver that earns the most points in the five RoC Series races at Lancaster in 2018 based on the track’s own point system. Hossfeld leads Emerling by six points through the first two events. Daryl Lewis, Jr. is third in the standings. Lewis finished third in both the Queen City Clash and Ol’ Boy Cup races. Daren Scherer and Mike Leaty round out the top five in the chase for the Treichler-Troyer Trophy. Only 19 points separate the five drivers going into next Thursday.

Grandstands gates will open at 5 p.m. on Thursday, August 2 for Midweek Modified Mania with racing starting at 7 p.m. The Advance Auto Parts Street Stocks and Roaming Buffalo 4-Cylinders will also be in X-Press Signs Stock Car Series action on that night. Adult general admission tickets are $18, kids 12-17 are $10 and children 11 and under are free.

About Lancaster National Speedway & Dragway: Founded in 1959, Lancaster National Speedway and Dragway, WNY’s Premier Motorsports and Event Facility, is a multi-use facility located on 77 acres just outside of metropolitan Buffalo, N.Y. The facility features a 1/8-mile drag strip, a 1/2-mile oval track and hosts several non-motorsports events such as car shows and concerts. For the latest information on Lancaster National Speedway & Dragway check out our website www.lancasternationalspeedway.com. Additional information for racers and fans can be found on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/LancasterSpeedway) and on Twitter (@LancasterSpdwy).

TREICHLER-TROYER TROPHY STANDINGS (through 2 races)
1 Chuck Hossfeld 123
2 Patrick Emerling 117
3 Daryl Lewis, Jr. 115
4 Daren Scherer 109
5 Mike Leaty 104
6 George Skora III 95
7 Andy Jankowiak 92
8 Eric Beers 84
9 Scott Wylie 76
10 Karl Hehr 70
11 Danny Knoll, Jr. 67
12 Amy Catalano 65
13 Tommy Catalano 60
14 Tyler Rypkema 58
15 Zack Knowlden 58
16 Kevin Miller 57
17 Jack Ely 55
18 Kreig Heroth 53
19 Alan Bookmiller 49
20 John Barber 32

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BEDNASZ GETS FIRST CAREER SPORTSMAN WIN

BEDNASZ GETS FIRST CAREER SPORTSMAN WIN

LANCASTER, N.Y. (July 15, 2018) – Owen Bednasz of Lakeview, N.Y. recorded his first career VP Racing Fuels Sportsman victory on Saturday night at Lancaster National Speedway. The 22-year-old Bednasz passed defending track champion Shawn Nye for the lead with 14 laps to go, and then drove on to score the win.

In additional X-Press Signs Stock Car Series action, Eldon King III from Freedom, N.Y. won the Race of Champions Late Model Series 30-lap event. Brian Hoffman of South Wales, N.Y. captured his first win of the season in the Advance Auto Parts Street Stocks. Roaming Buffalo 4-Cylinder points leader, Dan Dressel of Clarence, N.Y. picked up his third win of 2018.

The start of the program was delayed approximately an hour and fifteen minutes due to late day showers. The track crew worked quickly to get the track in race-ready condition following the rain.

Tony Carbone started on the pole for the 35-lap VP Racing Fuels Sportsman feature, but gave up the lead to Shawn Nye on the opening lap. Bednasz overtook Carbone one lap later to move into second. The duo of Nye and Bednasz then pulled away from the field.

Bednasz stalked Nye throughout the first half of the race, looking for an opportunity to steal the lead. That chance came on lap 21 when Nye bobbled off of turn 2. Bednasz drove past Nye to take the lead in what was the race winning pass.

The 35-lap race went caution-free and Bednasz drove away to large margin to grab his first Sportsman win. Eddie Hawkins was credited with second to give back-to-back runner-up finishes. Mark Pennell, Tony Carbone and Jayme Thompson rounded out the top five.

The Race of Champions Late Model Series made its first visit of the season to Lancaster for its second race of the season. Sam Fullone and Bobby Weber led the field to green for the start of the 30-lap feature. That pair battled for the lead during the opening stages of the race. Weber took first from Fullone on a lap 12 restart.

Caution period around the middle portion of the race allowed Eldon King III to get involved in the race for the win. King passed Fullone on lap 13 for second, and then restart on lap 17 gave him the opportunity to take the lead from Weber. Weber unfortunately got tangled up with Frank Batista a couple of laps later to take away his chance to race King for the win.

King cruised to the checkered flag for his first win of 2018. Jerick Johnson of Mooresville, N.C. finished second in the POW-MIA Freedom #76. Fullone, Weber and Dave Whittaker finished in the top five.

Brian Hoffman snapped the five-race win streak of Andy Cryan in the Advance Auto Parts Street Stocks. Hoffman made his first start of the season on Saturday night and had to come through the field to catch and pass Tommy Wentland for the lead with nine laps to go.

Cryan’s chance to extend his win streak to six races came to an end on lap 18 when a wheel came off his car on the back straightaway to bring out the only caution of the 25-lap feature.

Wentland’s night came to an end as well during the caution period when his car lost power. This handed the runner-up spot to Max Northem, but he would also be bitten by mechanical gremlins and dropped out of the race with less than five laps to go.

Hoffman made the most of his first race of 2018 as he cruised to the victory. Dave Vona took advantage of Northem’s misfortune to finish second. Kyle Sharpe placed third. Ken Maltby and Jerome Hruby completed the top five.

Dan Dressel picked up his third win of the year in Roaming Buffalo 4-Cylinders to keep him up on top of the division point standings. Dressel came from the sixth starting position to pass Dave Brunka for the lead with 10 laps to go.

Joe Brunka got by his brother Dave late in the race to finish second. Chris Pennell overcame on early race incident to come home in third. Charles Palmer and Dave Brunka rounded out the top five.

Lancaster National Speedway is back in action on Saturday, July 28 for Autograph and FOAR Score Night. Fans can up close and personal with their favorite drivers during an on-track autograph session during intermission. All three X-Press Signs Stock Car Series divisions will be in action, plus the Race of Champions Late Model will be back as well. Racing starts at 6:30 p.m.

RESULTS

VP RACING FUELS SPORTSMAN

Heat Winner: Shawn Nye

Feature: OWEN BEDNASZ, Eddie Hawkins, Mark Pennell, Tony Carbone, Jayme Thompson, Dave Kozlowski, Leo Becker DQ: Shawn Nye

RACE OF CHAMPIONS LATE MODELS

Heat Winners: Terry Weldy, Eldon King III

Feature: ELDON KING III, Jerick Johnson, Sam Fullone, Bobby Weber, Dave Whittaker, Bob Minacappelli, Frank Batista, Jr., Terry Weldy, Ron Richter, Andy Cryan

ADVANCE AUTO PARTS STREET STOCKS

Heat Winners: Max Northem, Dave Vona, Kyle Sharpe

Feature: BRIAN HOFFMAN, Dave Vona, Kyle Sharpe, Ken Maltby, Jerome Hruby, John Carlson, Jay Cannonico, Jarrod Brown, Mike Dalfonso, Jr., Jerry Kosmowski, Jeff Szafraneic, Robert Palmer, Scott Soos, Jon Richael, Max Northem, Tommy Wentland. Andy Cryan, Garrett Cleversley DNS: Mike Rogers

ROAMING BUFFALO 4-CYLINDERS

Heat Winners: Joe Brunka, Chris Pennell

Feature: DAN DRESSEL, Joe Brunka, Chris Pennell, Charles Palmer, Dave Brunka, Josh Schosek, Bob Palmer, Briar Dils, Dave Evams, John Valencourt, Andy Danielwicz

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Jerick Johnson to bring POW-MIA Freedom Car to Lancaster on Saturday for RoC Late Model race

Jerick Johnson to bring POW-MIA Freedom Car to Lancaster on Saturday for RoC Late Model race

Lancaster, NY – (July 10, 2018) – The Race of Champions Late Model Series will resume their championship chase this Saturday night at Lancaster (N.Y.) National Speedway. Dave Russell of Clarence, N.Y., along with a host of others including Bob Weber of Clarence, N.Y.; Frank Batista of Alden, N.Y., Terry Weldy of Clarence, N.Y., and others.

The Late Models will do battle in 30-lap clash on “Retro Night” at Lancaster, but one driver will be making a longer tow than normal for the event. Jerick Johnson of Faribault, Minn., who is based in Mooresville, N.C., will be competing in his POW-MIA Freedom Car. Johnson finished second at Lake Erie Speedway during the Late Model Series opener back in June.

Johnson will have his car on display and be making a personal appearance at the American Legion Event with the Vietnam Traveling Wall Memorial at Hyde Park in Niagara Falls, N.Y., as part of a Remembrance in Niagara. Johnson will have his car on display July 12, 13 and 14 before racing at Lancaster in the evening. For more information in regard to these events visit; www.freedomcar.org or www.travelingwall.us.

The Race of Champions Late Model Series joins the VP Racing Fuels Sportsman, Street Stocks and 4-Cylinders. The night’s festivities will see some concession prices rolled back to days gone by as well a $2 draft beers beginning at 4:00pm and concluding at 6:30pm.

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