Geenwood Valley Action Track report 2002-04-27

It was back to racing at The Greenwood Valley Action Track on Saturday night after freezing cold and wet weather has been the threatening for the past couple of weeks. On a chilly but dry evening, Skeetz Hockenbrock, Paxinos managed to stay ahead...

It was back to racing at The Greenwood Valley Action Track on Saturday night after freezing cold and wet weather has been the threatening for the past couple of weeks. On a chilly but dry evening, Skeetz Hockenbrock, Paxinos managed to stay ahead of the field weaving through lapped traffic to bring home the Feature win in the Regular 270cc Micro Sprint division. In the second place was the 2B driven by Brayden Winters of Easton and in third position, Joel VanBuskirk, Selinsgrove. Fourth was Jeff Furlong, Selinsgrove, followed by Jason Kemp, Bloomsburg, in fifth place and Colby Womer, Mt. Pleasant Mills, was sixth. Rounding out the top ten were Jason Rice, New Tripoli, Brian Kishbaugh, Nescopeck, Pat Bealer, Seemsville, and Eric Heydenreich, Bloomsburg.

Only eight micros entered the Sportsman 250cc Feature event and at the checkered flag only three were running. Colby Womer was first, Jim Reese, Bloomsburg, second and Robert Jones was third.

In Rookie Micro Sprint action Jason Harman, Oriental, was the Feature winner for the second week in a row while Phil Weinsteiger, Green Lane was second and Jake Starr, Millville was third. Matt Miller, Sunbury finished in close forth, Dusty Jagger, Port Crane, was fifth, and Jeff Schall, Hackettstown, NJ. was sixth. The final four in the top ten consisted of Deb Arner, Berwick, Sean Stolz, Bloomsburg, Timmy Buckwalter, Douglassville and Tammy Schane.

The gates open at The Greenwood Valley Action Track at 3 on Saturday after noon, warm-ups push off at 4:30 and the racing is fast. Bring the family and friends to the finest fifth mile clay oval in the state. See you at The Action Track.

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Series Kart
Drivers Robert Jones