Staff Report

Weaver remains perfect at Attica

Paul Weaver continued his early season dominance at Attica Raceway Park, making it 3-for-3 in the Fremont Fence 305 Sprint division of the Core and Main Spring Nationals. Weaver took the lead on lap five of the main event, going on to win his third consecutive feature at ARP.

Like Weaver, Justin Peck continued his early season success winning the Flo Racing All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 feature. Peck grabbed the lead on lap 28 and would not look back winning the 40 lap main event. Peck, a Monrovia, Indiana native had two wins in Pennsylvania in 2021 prior to his first career win at Attica Raceway Park.

The full release with complete results from Attica Raceway Park will be posted later Monday.

Martin takes sprint win in Wanye County opener

Tyler Street would lead the first 18 laps of the Pine Tree Towing and Recovery Sprints. Street caught slower traffic, spinning as he tried to avoid the slower cars. The yellow would give the lead to Broc Martin who would go on to win the opening night feature. Henry Malcuit, Jordan Ryan, Jason Dolick and Chris Myers rounded out the top five.

After a battle with Doug Drown, Mitch Caskey would take the lead and go on to win the Malcuit Tavern Super Late Model feature. Despite a broken drive shaft in qualifying and a flat tire in his heat race, Ryan Markham charged from 16th to finish 2nd. Wes Morrison, Drown and Justin Chance completed the top five.   

The full release with complete results from Wayne County Speedway will be posted later Monday.

Duncan does it again at Atomic

Cole Duncan picked up right where he left off at Atomic Speedway. The defending track champion in the 410 sprint division drove from his 5th starting spot to win the FAST on Dirt Rumble in the Hills. Duncan took the lead on lap 16 going on to cash in the $5,000 payday. Auston McCarl and Gary Taylor finished off the top 3.

Moler Raceway Park feature winners

Todd Brennan – late models

Adam Stricker – modifieds

Kyle Payne – sport mods

Josh Hammond – compacts

Peebles and Court grab enduro wins

Lorain Raceway Park and Good’s Raceway held endure races on Saturday. The event at LRP was a six-hour enduro won by Josh Peebles. Keith Anthony, Ryan Kopp, Sam Simecek and Neil Broski finished the top five. Tip of the cap to my former colleague, WOBL/WDLW radio host Dave Andrews who made his racing debut and brought it home in 19th position.

Bill Court won the 100 lap enduro Saturday at Good’s Raceway. Jon Carnes, Eric Stephens, Brad Cole and Bub Cales rounded out the top five.