Dewease Makes it Two for Two Against the All-Stars to Pocket $10,000 with wins at Williams Grove and Port Royal
Lance Dewease in Victory Lane at Port Royal Speedway.
The All-Star Circuit of Champions signed in forty-seven cars for the Keith Kauffman Classic on Saturday Night. Lance Dewease started fifth and made his way to second just after the half-way mark of the 30 lap feature. The Kreitz Team made some minor adjustments during the open red at lap 15 and they paid off with Dewease taking home the $5,000 purse. Aaron Reutzel crossed the finish line second, Anthony Macri was third, Steve Buckwalter and Greg Hodnett completed the top five.
Hodnett, Cale Conley, Dylan Cisney, Mike Wagner and Trey Starks were your heat winners. Cole Duncan won the C-main and Logan Wagner took the B-main. Steve Buckwalter won Dash #1 to earn the pole and Anthony Macri won Dash #2.
Texas-native, Reutzel set quick time with a lap of 16.47, averaging 109 mph around the Speed Palace.
Tony Stewart timed 31st quick pulled off the track with three laps down in the B-main.
Lincoln Speedway had a field of 24 cars on Saturday night. Freddie Rahmer held off a last lap charge by Brian Montieth for his first win of the season and his fifth career win at Lincoln. Rahmer was up to third from his seventh starting spot by lap 5 and was leading the race on lap 8. Rahmer had created some distance between Montieth in lapped traffic when the red flag came out on lap 14. Freddie was able to hold off Montieth on the restart.
Heat winners were Cole Young, Brian Montieth and Dan Shetler.
Williams Grove Speedway
Tony Stewart’s All-Star Circuit of Champions made their first appearance in Central PA on Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway. Forty-six sprint cars were on hand for the Tommy Hinnershitz Memorial. Lance Dewease earned his 36th career All Star win and $5,000 after starting 13th. Brock Zearfoss finished second, Danny Dietrich was third, Chad Trout and Chad Kemenah rounded out the top five.
Paul McMahan, Chad Trout, Cory Haas, Mark Smith and Anthony Macri were the heat winners. Bill Balog won the C-main and Trey Starks took the B-main. Brock Zearfoss won Dash #1 to earn the pole and Chad Trout won Dash #2.
Jac Haudenschild set fast time with a lap of 17.46 seconds, averaging 103 MPH around the 1/2 mile oval.
Tony Stewart timed 30th quick and finished 11th in the B-main and did not earn a spot in the feature.