HESSTON - Gregg Satterlee of Rochester Mills continues to be one of the hottest super late model drivers in the East in 2012.
Satterlee added a prized Hesston Speedway win to his collection of victories Sunday night by out-racing a stellar field of drivers to win "Revolution 2012" Speedmonster and 3 State Flyers event sponsored by Frankland Racing Supply, G&R Excavating & Demolition, Bedford County Tree & Lawn Solutions and Curtis A. Heath Funeral Home.
The Ron Strait Championships were also part of the program. Rick Singleton of Huntingdon came out the winner of the 30-lap semi-late model sportsman $1,100-to-win feature sponsored by Walter's Auto Wrecking.
Bill Henney of Huntingdon continued his winning ways in the 24-lap, $700-to-win A-Cadet championship sponsored by Dan's Auto Body.
Bedford County Tree and Lawn Solutions put up extra money to increase the hobby modified feature to $500 to win in the division sponsored by Bubba's Pizza and Sub Station. When the checker flag flew, Brad McGinnis of Huntingdon came out the winner after a strong battle.
In an action-filled Roadrunner, 16-lap championship, newcomer Ken White of DuBois rocketed from his 12th starting position to take the $222 win.
The next event at Hesston is Mega-Blitz Mach3 and the Eriksen Grand Championships on Sunday, Sept. 3.
KNOXVILLE NATIONALS: The Sprint Car Capital of the world showed why it carries that title on Saturday night with the 52nd annual running of the World of Outlaws Nationals.
After three nights of elimination racing Donny Schatz crossed the finish line a mere 0.117 seconds ahead of Brian Brown to claim his sixth victory and $150,000.
History was made before the green flag waved as two of the sports' biggest stars - Steve Kinser and Sammy Swindell - failed to advance to the feature. It was the first time since 1975 that neither driver earned a spot in the prestigious event. For Kinser, it snapped a Knoxville Nationals-best 34-year streak in the main event.
Craig Dollansky tied his career-best result in third, Kraig Kinser drove from ninth to fourth and Jason Meyers finished fifth.
Kyle Larson, who won a preliminary feature and finished 16th in Saturday's main event, claimed the Knoxville Nationals Rookie of the Year.
STP and the World of Outlaws announced a multi-year title sponsorship agreement. Beginning in 2013, the series title will be the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series.
SELINSGROVE SPEEDWAY: In the 30th race sanctioned by the United Racing Company at Selinsgrove Speedway since 1959, Mark Smith of Sunbury drove to a convincing victory in the 25-lap main event Saturday night for 360 sprint cars. The $2,000 win marked Smith's third at Selinsgrove.
Pat Cannon of Etters scored his fifth win of the season at Selinsgrove in the 25-lap 358 sprint car feature.
In the 25-lap late model feature, Tony Adams of Sunbury wired the field for his second win of the season. Points leader Bob Bussey of Northumberland scored his seventh win of 2012 in the 12-lap roadrunner race.
Selinsgrove Speedway will present a four division show at 7:30 p.m. Saturday.
LINCOLN SPEEDWAY: Add another $4,500 in winnings to Danny Dietrich's career year in the Pigeon Hills with a victory in the ninth annual Weldon Sterner Memorial.
Matt Mountz became the 12th winner in 13 races in 358 sprints, and Mike Slaybaugh won his eighth career thundercar race.
On Saturday night, Lincoln Speedway will host the Brandon Little Memorial/Fallen Firefighters Night sponsored by Emig's 81 Diner.
PORT ROYAL SPEEDWAY: Some 99 cars jammed the Port Royal Speedway pit area Saturday night as Ryan Taylor of Perkasie took the lead from Davey Sammons and then went on to win his first Aumiller's Insurance sprint car feature of the season at the track.
In the AB Auto Glass late model main, Coleby Frye of Dover took his second win of the season at the track, overpowering Tim Wilson for the lead and win.
In Miller's Auto Parts pro stock action, Derrick Garman wired the field for a 15-lap win, his third of the Port season, and Mark Watkins won for car owner Rod Ort in PA 305 sprint racing.
HAGERSTOWN SPEEDWAY: Roy Deese Jr. began Saturday in a dunk tank and ended in victory lane. Just three days short of two years, Deese finally landed a long overdue victory at Hagerstown Speedway on Saturday evening for Law Enforcement Appreciation Night.
Chris Ebersole of Big Cove Tannery stretched his lead in the closing laps of the 17th Annual Cornett Tribute for the Ernie D's pure stocks to 3.153 seconds to post his career second win while Knoxville, Md.'s William Crook posted his first win in the D&D Auto Recycling hobby stocks.
WILLIAMS GROVE SPEEDWAY: Brian Montieth rallied late to take his third sprint car win of the Williams Grove Speedway season on Friday night and was the third and final leader of the 25-lap event.
In the 20-lap 358 sprint main, Nate Hammaker became the first driver to repeat in the division this season.
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