“Troutman Romps to Victory in E-Mods”
Hagerstown, MD (4-16-22)- Winchester Virginia’s Jonathan DeHaven scored his first win of the season in last Saturday nights Late Model Sportsman feature at Hagerstown speedway. The win for DeHaven, the 3rd of his Hagerstown career, came steering his familiar Swartz Chassis no.13D and would be his second overall win of 2022 as he was a recent Sportsman winner at Winchester Speedway.
Jakob Piper shot from the pole and appeared headed to his career first win at the speedway. Second Starting DeHaven had been on Pipers bumper during this time and would ultimately slide by Piper to take the lead on the 13th lap. DeHaven would eventually lead the distance but would how to hold off a charging Cody Kershner who had come from 10th on the grid to preserve the win. “All the cars here at Hagerstown are fast and you have to be on your A-game if you’re going to run with them.” DeHaven stated in victory Lane. “My car was really good tonight thanks to Audie Swartz as his changes keep getting us better, and I can’t forget Chris Fletcher, from Fletcher made horsepower, his motors are awesome.” Piper held tough for third with Dale Murphy and Danny Atherton rounding out the top five. Taking heat race victories over the 32-car field were Brad Feight, Piper and DeHaven with Troy Miller collecting the consolation victory. Read more