The Latest Results
By Doug Watson
Hagerstown MD, (5/27/23)- Port Royal Pa’s Trent Brenneman added his name to the Hagerstown win list with his first career Late Model Sportsman feature win last Saturday night. Brenneman’s victory, aboard his Rocket no.33, made him the third different winner in the five events run for the class this season.
In a mirror image of the last Late Model Sportsman two weeks prior, Kyle Lear darted into the lead from his pole starting spot and appeared to have the field covered. As Lear set the pace, Fourth starting Trent Brenneman reached second by the 10th lap and was gaining on Lear until a broken shock on Lear’s mount sent him to the pits. Brenneman was now the new leader and would lead the remaining 10 laps taking the win over cousin and current point leader, Devin Hart. “We’ve definitely been wanting to get a win down here at Hagerstown.” A jubilant Brenneman stated post race. “Our car felt pretty good right off the trailer, and definitely good in the heat race to start seventh and win that.” Brenneman explained. “At the start of the feature we didn’t feel like we had a winning car for the first half of the race but we got a yellow and got a good restart and the car was definitely better.” Taylor Farlling, Ryan Zook and Barry Miller would complete the top five. With 34 cars in attendance, heat race wins went to Brenneman, Zook, Hart and Lear with the consolation going to Levi Crowl.
Seaford Delaware’s Trevor Collins became the second consecutive Delaware native to win his first career Crate Late Model feature. Collins vaulted into the race lead on the first circuit but would have to hold off a pesky Dale Hollidge during the 20 lap contest to take the breakthrough win. Brian Booze was third, Jarrett Edwards, in his first ever Hagerstown start, was fourth with Justin Kann rounding out the top five. Heats went to Hollidge and Collins.
In support class action, current point leader Jason Stoner drove to his 3rd win of the season in the 15-lap Semi Late feature with current point leader Nick Fogle and Keith Reed splitting the twin 15-lap Pure Stock mains.
Late Model Sportsman feature finish
Trent Brenneman, Devin Hart, Taylor Farlling, Ryan Zook, Barry Miller, Andrew Yoder, Kenny Yoder, Scott Palmer, Danny Atherton, Wesley Bonebrake, Levi Crowl, Jeff King, Brandon Bard, Keith Koontz, Eric Irvin, Chaz Buchinsky, Rodney Walls, Justin Dillman, Tommy Cordell, DJ Garrett, Cody Lear, Kyle Lear, Matt Parks, Chase Bowsman, Jakob Piper DNQ- Jared Fulkroad, Brandon Seibert, Eric Cronise, Matt Williamson, Bubby Tharp Jr, Elwood Sord, Andy Fries, Eddie Cornett, Bryce Wenger
Crate Late Model feature finish
Trevor Collins, Dale Hollidge, Brian Booze, Jarrett Edwards, Justin Kann, Mike Walls, Ed Pope Jr, Megan Mann, Codey Breeden, Brayden Anderson, Chuck Bowie, Dylan High, Bud Durboraw, Bailey Tolson, Scott Sweeney, Scooter Tippett, Craig Guido, Derrick Garner
Semi Late feature finish
Jason Stoner, Dillon Wilson, Greg Diehl, Deakon Snyder, Jasen Geesaman, Rob Nichols, Wayne Hawbaker, Shane McQuay, Butch Helsel, Jeremy Mills, Ryan Smith, Jim Farley, Shane Wilt, Isaiah Miller DNS-Dwayne Snyder, Kenneth Wolfe
Pure Stock feature finish (1)
Keith Reed, Nathaniel Younker, Tyler Fisher, Billy Ecton Jr, Billy Ecton Sr, Blake Reed, Carter Shank, Dylan Beavers, Nick Fogle, Lincoln Sutphin, Devin Thomas, Jamie Speelman, Zach Frost, Andrew Saffelle, Evan Foust, Charles Noblitt, Tom Caravello DNS- Randy Linaburg, John Catlett, Jeff Bosley, Glenn Grimm, Brandon Murphy
Pure Stock feature finish (2)
Nick Fogle, Nathaniel Younker, Keith Reed, Dylan Beavers, Billy Ecton Jr, Evan Foust, Billy Ecton Sr, Blake Reed, Carter Shank, Jeff Bosley, Devin Thomas, “Krazy” Kenny Thomas, William Crook, John Catlett, Brandon Murphy, Mike Sestak, Kevin Boyer, Jamie Speelman DNS-Lincoln Sutphin, Robert Thompson DQ-Tyler Fisher