Fab 4 Racing Friday At Lernerville

Two Weeks Left In Championship Fight

Scott Stiller
August 16, 2019 - 2:08 pm
Sprint Car Action At Lernerville Speedway

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SARVER, PA (93.7 The Fan) - Two weeks remain in the battle for track Championships as Fab4 racing is on tap tonight at Lernerville Speedway.

Three of the four divisions remain up for grabs with only tonight and next week to determine who will win the track Championships.

There was a shakeup last week in the Peoples Gas DIRTcar Sprints as Jack Sodeman Jr took the lead in the Championship standings after winning the feature.  Carl Bowser moved into second place after moving up from his 10th starting position to finish third.  AJ Flick came into last weekend atop the points standing but suffered a mechanical issue that forced him to miss the feature and as a result he slipped into third place.

Ken Schaltenbrand is sitting pretty atop the Precise Racing Products DIRTcar Late Model division.  The race is on for second place where Jared Miley, Kelvin Kohan, Tyler Dietz and Mike Miller are separated by a mere seven points.

The Diehl Automotive DIRTcar Big Block Modified division finds seven-time track Champion Brian Swartzlander in first place with last week's winner, Rex King Jr., six points back.  Rex King sits in third place.

Corey McPherson and Tyler Diets are separated by just two points in the Millerstown Pic-A-Part DIRTcar/RUSH Pro Stocks division.  Joey Zambotti sits in third place with Ryan Moyer back in the fourth spot.

The Lernerville Kids Club is holding a school supply drive tonight.  Fans are encouraged to bring school supplies to help out their efforts.  Donation boxes are set-up at all gate locations to make it easy for anyone who wants to donate.

The Kids Club will also be taking part in a "Sand Art" project and will once again lead the crowd in reciting our nation's Pledge of Allegiance.  The Kids Club is free and is open to all kids.

Pits open at 4 p.m. with grandstands opening at 5 p.m.  Racing starts at 7:30 p.m.  Adult general admission is $15, $12 for Seniors and $10 for students ages 11-17.