TIFFIN, OH (May 2)-The Gumout Racing Series is ready for competitive action following a three-week hiatus. The Gumout Series drivers have been preparing themselves for their double-play weekend against the Pennsylvania Posse. Series...
TIFFIN, OH (May 2)-The Gumout Racing Series is ready for competitive action following a three-week hiatus. The Gumout Series drivers have been preparing themselves for their double-play weekend against the Pennsylvania Posse.
Series point-leader Craig Dollansky will be leading the group into the legendary Williams Grove Speedway this Friday. Dollansky leads United Expressline #U2 driver Paul McMahan by eight points going into the weekend's events. Brodix Rookie of the Year hopeful Brad Furr is third in points following his impressive charge to a third-place finish at the series' inaugural event at Lernernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania. Jeff Shepard, of Upperco, Maryland, is looking forward to competing on familiar ground during the weekend. Shepard, driver of the York Excavating #4J, has won four feature events at Williams Grove Speedway during the past three racing seasons. Shepard also found himself in victory lane at Port Royal in September of 1999.
Jason Meyers, driver of the Don Carter owned #14, will be competing at both Williams Grove Speedway and Port Royal Speedway for the first time. Based out of Fresno, California the team is not familiar with many of the tracks scheduled for the 2000 Gumout Racing season. Mike Goodman of Tulsa, Oklahoma and Shane Stewart from neighboring Bixby, Oklahoma will also be taking their first laps on the Pennsylvania clay this weekend.
Gumout Racing Series competitor Ronald Laney got a jump on the competition by competing at Port Royal Speedway during the previous weekend. After a successful finish, Laney is looking forward to another chance at victory when the Gumout Racing Series arrives in Port Royal on May 6th.
The Gumout Racing Series will hit the dirt on Friday May 5th at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Following the single-night event, the series will travel North to compete for the $5,000-to-win prize at Port Royal Speedway on Saturday May 6th. WoO