Saturday night at The Greenwood Valley Action Track was the Baize Alexander Memorial race in conjunction with the Regular Micro Sprint Nationals with $1000 to win the twin 25 lap event. Sean "Hollywood" Good, Middleburg, made his way to the lead...
Saturday night at The Greenwood Valley Action Track was the Baize Alexander Memorial race in conjunction with the Regular Micro Sprint Nationals with $1000 to win the twin 25 lap event. Sean "Hollywood" Good, Middleburg, made his way to the lead from a fourth place start and stayed there to the end. Mike Corber was the leader at the half way point in the 50 lap feature and pocketed 250 dollars. Very close to Hollywood in second place was Jason Rice, New Tripoli, who celebrated his birthday with a good finish. In third was Steve Buckwalter, Douglassville, in fourth was Colby Womer, Mt. Pleasant Mills, while in the fifth spot was Skeetz Hockenbrock, Paxinos. The top ten are rounded out by Hoss Uhrin, Freeland, Dave Franek, Mike Carber; David Utt, Catawissa, and finally Denny Rinehimer, Bloomsburg.
In a small Sportsman field, Chris Arner, Berwick, won his first feature event of the year followed across the line by Gene Lewis, Jim Reese, Bloomsburg, and Mack Ewer. The final two finishers were Cheryl Clark, and Dave Fulton, Pardeesville.
A.J. Bast, Tower City, won the Rookie Micro Sprint Feature with Dusty Jagger, Port Crane, NY, close behind. Doug Karlene was third, Tammy Schane, Hamlin, was fourth and Jeff Schall, Hackettstown, NJ, was fifth in line. Ken Duke, Selinsgrove, John Casella, Middleburg, and Dave Mooers, Tunkhannock, rounded out the rookie field.
More than $300 dollars was raised from racers and fans for the charity that most interested the late Blaise Alexander, the Make a Wish Foundation and will be given in Alexander's name.
There are two more weeks of dirt track action at The Greenwood Valley Action Track so join us with gates opening at 3 with races getting underway at about 5:30. See you at The Action Track.