YORK SPRINGS -- The team of Bob Beard and Gene Knaub won the blind-fold race Sunday at the Gary Wolford Fish Fry at the Latimore Valley Fairgrounds, a fundraiser for the Eastern Museum of Motor Racing.
The blind-fold racing set-up allows each team to have one driver, who is blind-folded, and one navigator, who helps the driver maneuver the track. The teams drove minivans this year.
At Port Royal Speedway, Tim Wilson swept the twin late model mains on Saturday, while Rick Lafferty beat Keith Kauffman for the sprint car win.
The speedway takes a week off on May 12 before returning on May 19 with the 12th annual Deryl Stong Memorial with two pro stocks mains, as well as features for the 410 sprints and late models.
Austin Hogue ran away from the field Friday to become the fifth different winner in five races at Trail-Way in the 25-lap 358 sprint car feature.
Super Sportsman driver Russ Mitten had the perfect birthday gift for his wife Heather. Mitten, a second-generation driver, led every lap of Saturday's Blazer's Body Shop Super Sportsman feature at Williams Grove. Driving a car he built, Mitten won the feature in front of an impressive opening night crowd. Information used in this story was provided Shawn Brouse/Williams Grove Speedway, Port Royal Speedway and Trail-Way Speedway, respectively. Video used in this report is courtesy of www.SportsPlusVideo.com and Lynn Schaeffer Productions