Mercer, PA (April 23, 2014): Mercer Raceway Park will present another exciting Saturday Night Live! program on April 26. All six of the track’s regular racing divisions will be in action. Gates will open at 4 p.m., and racing will begin at 7 p.m.
In the 410 Sprint class, presented by Luxaire Heating & Cooling and McCrudden Heating & Cooling, Carl Bowser will be looking to expand upon his slim one-point margin in the chase for the championship. Defending champ Jack Sodeman, Jr. is second, and the winner of the first race, Rod George, rides in third, just six points behind Bowser. Brandon Matus and Eric Williams round out the top five. Cole Duncan, Brandon Spithaler, Brent Matus, Arnie Kent, and Jimmy Seger complete the top ten. Popular drivers like Scott Priester, Dennis Wagner, Adam Kekich, and Dan Kuriger are currently outside the top ten, but a strong finish by any one of them could shake up the standings.
Mercer, PA (April 23, 2014): Please note that we are now keeping points on Mylaps for all classes except Mini Stocks. You can access the points by clicking on Points on the website. A dropdown menu will allow you to select the class to be viewed. Points should be updated promptly after each racing program. As soon as we develop a suitable arrangement for the Mini Stocks, we will provide an update. Until then, the Mini Stock points will not be available on the website. The Mini Stock points will be posted on the pit board each race night. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Mercer, PA (April 19, 2014): Danny Holtgraver loves racing in front of the hometown fans, and it shows. The Pittsburgh Kid cut his teeth at Mercer Raceway Park before hitting the road with the All Stars Circuit of Champions. The $4,000 special event win for 410 Sprint Cars was his second of the weekend, and it makes him the odds-on favorite when the touring stars return to the Park for the first of three events.
Frankie Guidace rebounded from a disappointing opening night to score his first victory of the season in the Approved Toilet Rentals 358 Modifieds. Andy Feil led wire to wire to earn the laurels in the Bonnell’s Rod Shop Outlaw Sprint Warriors. Tyler Fulton did likewise in the Mini Stocks, presented by Eperthener’s Auto Wrecking and Ray’s Racing Collectibles. Trusty Rusty Moore regained the winning form in the Precise Racing Products Stock Cars.
Mercer, PA (April 18, 2014): The finish in the Outlaw Sprint Warrior feature on April 12 contained an error. Jimmy Morris placed second, with Mike Miller third. The results and story have been corrected. We apologize for the error.