Admin - 7/24/2017
Ryan Lynn of Holidaysburg, PA, led the first five laps of the IMCA sprint car feature, before fifth starting Kyle Ganoe took the led away on lap six and drove away from the rest of the field for his second CCMS win this season. "So far, this year things have going well for my team, we have good finishes on most nights, and to get are second win here with a strong field on the track tonight, makes even better", stated Kyle. "I have to thank my Dad and my crew for all the time they put in getting this car ready to race, I could not do this without them", added Kyle. Dale Schweikart made lap fourteen pass to get second with Scott Lutz nipping Ryan Lynn for third at the line; Jared Zionkowski was fifth. Heats for the 21-car field went to Scott Lutz, Ganoe and Jim Kennedy.
IMCA Sprints 1)0 Kyle Ganoe 2)78 Dale Schweikart 3)33 Scott Lutz 4)26 Ryan Lynn 5)41 Jared Zionkowski 6)67 Ken Duke 7)99 Cale Reigle 8)21 Rob Felix 9)1 Eddie Strada 10)19 Tylor Cochran 11)78S Dakota Schweikart 12)14 Sydney Prince 13)5 John Walp 14)07 Josh Dressler 15)88 Fred Arnold 16)72 Dave Guss Jr. 17)7 Jim Kennedy 18)R6 Reed Thompson 19)3G Josh Guiher 20)17 Kyle Smith 210Zach Newlin Drivers Team Page
Lynn takes BHC race 4 thriller
Admin - 7/17/2017
Ryan Lynn picked up the win at Path Valley Saturday night in a thriller on a very emotional night.
The most experienced driver in PASS history won from the pole but it wasn't easy. A 26 car field took the green with track officials opting to forego a consy and let all cars in attendance run. The smooth running lynn held the lead for most of the race while Kyle Ganoe and Zach Newlin both made a charge from deep in the field. As the race drew to a close lapped car of Kristen Hess found herself in the middle of a battle for the lead as Ganoe eyed another win and focused on the PASS title and Newlin drove with emotion looking to score an important win for a dear friend lost just early Saturday.
William Sweger, a young race fan that has been fighting Leukemia for some time succumbed to the illness early Saturday after a long fight. Newlin championed a support campaign for "Williams Fight" and others from the racing community joined in the fight to providing financial and emotional support for William and the Family during the long struggle. Williams parents were on Hand Saturday night just hours after their son lost his life as they were most comfortable in the company of the racing family at the races that William enjoyed so much.
A moment of silence was observed for William and Newlin Paced the field before the race to honor the family and his young fan.
Lynn surrendered the lead briefly but regained it as the top 3 shuffled for position through lap traffic. Ganoe gave a strong run but remained cautious amid the determination of Newlin. A late crash triggered 2 green white checkered restarts but Newlin settled for second in a valiant attempt. Ganoe came home 3rd.
PASS Sprints (26 cars):
1. Ryan Lynn 2. Zach Newlin 3. Kyle Ganoe 4. Darren Miller 5. Drew Ritchey 6. Andrew Hake 7. Stephanie Dodson 8. Scott Ellerman 9. Jaremi Hanson 10. Colby Dice 11. Cale Reigle 12. Jonathan Haegele 13. Austin Bishop 14. Ken Duke, Jr. 15. Kirsten Hess 16. Kurt Knepper 17. Dale Schweikart (DNF) 18. Joe Kay (DNF) 19. Jonathon Jones 20. John Walp (DNF) 21. Brad Mellott (DNF) 22. Mike Alleman (DNF) 23. Dave Guss, Jr. (DNF) 24. Dakota Schweikart (DNF) 25. Jim Cowboy Kennedy (DNF) 26. Tyler Reeser (DNF)
Track Web site - 7/10/2017
In the PASS/IMCA Sprint Car feature Kyle Ganoe was running third when the top two tangled in turns three and four and Ganoe inherited the race lead. The old adage that sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good came to mind, although Ganoe was running strong. Anytime a driver can jump from third to first is a good break.
Austin Bishop led early before he and Tyler Reeser got together on lap nine. Both drivers were out of the event. Reeser was running the high side of the speedway and Ganoe did the same the rest of the event getting away from any challenges from second place Jaremi Hanson for the win.
Hanson, Zach Newlin, Nathan Gramley, and Dave Grube were the top five finishers. Cale Reigle, Mike Alleman, George Riden, Erin Statlern, and Jared Sionkowski made up the top ten finishers.
Hanson and Ganoe were heat race winners.
305 Sprints – 18 Entries
20-Lap A-Main: 1) 0 Kyle Ganoe 2) 36 Jaremi Hanson 3) 11Z Zach Newlin 4) 23 Nathan Gramley 5) 3D Dave Grube 6) 99 Cale Reigle 7) 46 Mike Alleman 8) 99R George Riden 9) 2 Erin Statler 10) 41Z Jared Zionkowski 11) 88 Fred Arnold 12) 5 Fred Arnold 13) 51 Dave Graber 14) 74JR Vance Berry 15) 11 Austin Bishop 16) 5T Tyler Reeser 17) 67 Ken Duke 18) 137 Ian Cumens
Registered but unable to attend (8 cars), Ryan Stillwaggon,Scott Ellerman ,Darren Miller,Mark Watkins, Ryan Dolan, Dale Schweikart, Dave Brown Jr. Joshua Guiher,