HARRISBURG -- Lance Dewease of Fayetteville won for the 80th time in his sprint car career Friday at Williams Grove Speedway.
Dewease took the lead from Sheldon Haudenschild at the feature's halfway point to pocket the victory in the Lawrence Chevrolet 410 sprint car division. Dewease started sixth in the 25-lap 410 sprint main event, while 18-year-old Haudenschild started on the pole.
In the Tool Shed of America 358 sprints, Rodney Westhafer won at the oval for the first time in his career.
Danny Dietrich rallied again Saturday to win his second consecutive race at Lincoln Speedway. Last week, Dietrich came from the seven position to the top spot in just six laps to capture his first career World of Outlaws win. On Saturday, his task was just as difficult; the track's point leader moved from the 11th starting spot to the lead in eight laps to claim his second consecutive feature in the 25-lap 410 sprint car main.
Greg Hodnett of Thomasville won his fourth sprint car feature of the season at Port Royal Speedway in Saturday's 25-lap main event after taking the lead from Dave Ely.
In a quest for his third career Port Royal win, Ely was leading when he lost power in his No. 55 just before lap five could be scored, giving way to Hodnett’s No. 39.
Frankie Herr and the No. 99 car captured Blazer's Body Shop Super Sportsman feature Saturday at Williams Grove. Jay Fannasy settled for second.
Information used in this story was provided Shawn Brouse/Williams Grove Speedway, Lincoln Speedway, and Port Royal Speedway respectively. Video used in this report is courtesy of www.SportsPlusVideo.com and Lynn Schaeffer Productions.