USAR: Jennerstown race report

JENNERSTOWN, PA - Stacy Puryear was able to outlast Donnie Hill for the final seven laps to win the Naturally Fresh Dressings 200 at Jennerstown Speedway Saturday night in front 4,000 fans. The race was the first-ever northern division race for...

JENNERSTOWN, PA - Stacy Puryear was able to outlast Donnie Hill for the final seven laps to win the Naturally Fresh Dressings 200 at Jennerstown Speedway Saturday night in front 4,000 fans. The race was the first-ever northern division race for the United Speed Alliance Racing Hooters ProCup Series.

Mike Herman, Jr. followed Hill for third and Mardy Lindley and Mart Nesbitt completed the top five.

"When the race started our car was too tight," said Puryear. "I had to get used to the track because we didn't get much practice time with the rain today. The USAR Hooters ProCup Series is a great series and it was fun to compete against these great drivers from the northern division."

Hill, registered to compete in the northern division, enjoyed his second place finish.

"We are very happy to get this finish and leave with the lead in the northern points."

Jason McClellan finished sixth with Ron Beauchamp, Jr. seventh. Charlie Ford started from the pole and rebounded from two on-track accidents to finish eighth with Regan Smith and Dale Delozier completed the top 10.

The race was slowed 13 times by caution highlighted by a four car accident on lap 34 when Glenn Sullivan, Andy Carroll, Todd Wier and Travis Ayers got together in turn two.

The Series returns to action next Saturday night at Coastal Plains Raceway in Jacksonville, Florida.

-USAR

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