PASS Kicks off 2018 at Racing Xtravaganza
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by: Admin - 2/7/2018
PASS was well represented last weekend at the Racing Xtravaganza show in York PA. PASS Drivers Kyle Ganoe, Brandt Cook, Nick Sweigart, and John Scarborough had cars on display. The cars all looked great and represented the series well.

Kyle Kraker, Billy Nye and John Scarborough were also on hand Sunday for driver interviews on the stage.

Roger Hadan from RaceSaver and Jim Stannard also participated in our seminar/meeting on Saturday afternoon. The only real change for 2018 will be the adoption of bolts for wheel cover which we will explain in detail in our teams section and in our waiver.

it was a good start to an action packed 20th anniversary season! Thanks to everyone that helped out!

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Annual Seminar and Meeting
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by: Admin - 1/23/2018
Our annual seminar and meeting will be held Saturday February 3 at 3:30 pm at the Racing Xtravaganza show in York. Roger Hadan from RaceSaver and Jim Stannard will be on Hand once again to let us know all the latest news and updates on the Racesaver series.

We have several new teams that still need to interview and we'll be available both days for those interviews. Please schedule a time as it's going to be busy!

All RaceSaver teams and those wishing to learn about RaceSaver are welcome!

Sunday will be a driver Meet and greet at 11:30 a.m. with PASS/IMCA Drivers Kyle Kraker, Billy Nye, John Scarborough Viper Risk Management Main Stage

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Reeser collects hardware, Waters announces return
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by: Admin - 1/19/2018
Duncannon, PA
Photo by: Danielle Duke

The PA Sprint Series held their annual Banquet Saturday night recognizing Tyler Reeser for his championship run. Fairfield Auto Group picked up the tab for trophies and plaques for the top 15 as well as some special recognition awards. Jake Waters was master of ceremonies and had some news of his own.

Tyler Reeser from Orwigsburg, ran 32 races with the series in 2017 with 6 wins, 10 runner up finishes, another 4 top 5's and 2 more top 10's. Using IMCA's best 20 formula, Reeser was runner up in the IMCA/RaceSaver National Points by only 9 points, was 3rd in the Pennsylvania State Points tallied by IMCA/RaceSaver, and the 2017 Port Royal Speedway Champion. Tyler is sponsored by MAS Trucking, CG Racing Engines, Bullrider Racecars, Reesers Soft Ice Creams, Maxim chassis.

Kyle Ganoe from Thompsontown was runner up in the points and also collecting the 2017 Clinton County Track Championship as well as the 2017 IMCA/RaceSaver Pennsylvania State Point championship he also tied for 7th in the IMCA/RaceSaver National Points.

Former champ Zach Newlin from Millerstown finished 3rd in PASS points 2nd in IMCA/RaceSaver Pennsylvania State points, and 11th in IMCA/RaceSaver National Points. Newlin was track champion at Susquehanna Speedway and Path Valley.

Last years champ Ken Duke from Selinsgrove endured several setbacks with mechanical issues and a bad crash at Port Royal but still managed to pick up 4th in overall PASS points. Duke was also recognized for his efforts at the Nationals in Nebraska making the show on his first try.

Cale Reigle from Newport rounded out the top 5 in PASS points, finishing 4th in IMCA/RaceSaver Pennsylvania State Points.
John Walp from Wapwallopen was crowned Rookie of the year and finished 10th in overall points as well as being the hardest name and hometown for announcers to get right.

Jake Waters received the sportsmanship award for his help with the series while he recovered from injuries received in 2016. Water officially announced his return to driving in 2018 with a flexible schedule which he hopes can include visits back to the tracks where fans were so helpful in his recovery.

Kelly Newlin form Millerstown was honored with the Directors award that recognizes a PASS volunteer each year for outstanding contributions. Kelly has been helping the series for several years and was honored for her work with PASS as well as the entire Newlin team that worked to help the family of William Sweger who passed away on Saturday July 15 at the age of 12.

Roger Watkins also received recognition for help behind the scenes upon his retirement from racing as a car owner. Watkins with his son Mark at the wheel rank among the top in career wins in the 20-year history of PASS.

Matthew Miller and the Beer Hill Gang also received recognition for their support in 2017 but was unable to attend as the BHG annual gathering were held the same night. Matt will receive the plaque at the Racing Xtravaganza show in York and details for the 2nd annual Beer Hill Cup will be finalized.

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