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Record Setting Stock Car Race Announced

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August 17, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Homak Penn Ohio Stock Car Series Director, Shaun Hooks and Sharon Speedway General Manager, Dave Willoughby are pleased to announce their plans for a huge Stock Car race to take place at Sharon Speedway in 2018.  The race will be 75 laps in length and is scheduled for late June of 2018.  It will pay a whopping $10,000 to win.  It is scheduled to be a time trial show and will follow the format used by the All Star Sprint Series.

“Dave has always been great to work with through the years,” according to Hooks, who has held several series races in the past at the track located just over the Ohio border.  “There might have been a little shock initially when I approached him with the idea, but we are both excited about the potential for this event.”

“The racing has been incredible at Sharon Speedway this season,” Willoughby said. “Our new surface has really paid dividends.  The race teams love it, and it shows in the way they have supported us.  Shaun has done an excellent job building his series the last several years.  They often bring 40 or 50 cars to a Series’ event,” said Willoughby.  “I don’t know what $10,000 to-win will bring; that’s part of the excitement.  We understand that racers and fans have a lot of choices when it comes to what tracks and series they support.  We want to continue to bring new and better events to Sharon Speedway.”

As soon as it becomes available, there will be more information released regarding this event such as sponsors, a complete payoff, rules and the scheduled date. 

 

TRI CITY RACEWAY PARK TO HOST HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 20TH!

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August 15, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series will return to Tri City Raceway Park for the first time in the 2017 Season on Sunday, August 20th.  The event is the first of two races at Tri City for the Homak Penn Ohio Series with the second scheduled on Sunday, September 10th for the 50-lap Applefest Race.  This Sunday’s 20-lap event pays $1,000 to-win and will be a series’ point race for the Homak Penn Ohio Touring Series. 

Tri City Raceway Park is located at 3430 Route 417, Franklin, PA.  Pits will be open all day with wrist band check at 3:00 p.m. while grandstands open at 4:00 and racing at 6:00.  The event will have drivers participating in hot laps, heat races, B mains, with qualifying drivers participating in the 20-lap A Main.  Visit http://www.tricityracewaypark.com/events/sunday-august-20/ for additional event details. 

A $35 registration fee will be charged to all drivers with $25 going to the Homak Penn Ohio Series and $10 going to Tri City Raceway Park.  The Tri City registration fee will entitle drivers to an entry for a chance to win a Lincoln Welder at the end of the season. 

The Homak Penn Ohio registration fee will give all drivers an opportunity at multiple contingency prizes including a Hoosier tire presented by Precise Racing and Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic, American Racer tire presented by Lias Tire, $50 hard charger awarded by Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust, and a Big Daddy’s $25 gift certificate.  Homak Penn Ohio Touring Series drivers will be eligible for a variety of additional contingency prizes: a racing rim donated by SS Chassis, a case of oil donated by Les Frickshun, a hood scoop or wheel cover donated by Dirt Defender, racing products donated by Precise Racing, gift certificates donated by Close Racing, Genesis Shocks, Schoenfeld Headers, ARbodies, Big Daddy’s Speed Center, Precise Racing Products, and Wedge Motorsports.   

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostocks.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCKS EVENT AT PPMS FINDS WAYNE CARBO IN VICTORY LANE FOR THE WILLIE WHITE MEMORIAL $1,000 TO-WIN A MAIN & JOE STAJNRAJH JR WINS B FEATURE!

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August 6, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) Another great car count for the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series had 43 cars competing for the $1,000 prize in the Willie White Memorial event at PPMS on Saturday, August 5th with a $300 to-win B Feature.  Wayne Carbo of Saxonburg, PA used home track advantage to park his #54 SS Chassis in victory lane after an impressive 20 lap battle in the A Main Feature capturing the $1,000 prize, while Joe Stajnrajh Jr. of Oil City, PA was victorious in the 12-lap B Feature.

Four heat races had the 43 drivers battling for the top five spots in each heat to advance to the A Main, with the top two participating in a redraw to determine starting position in a 6 lap dash.  Heat race winners included substitute driver for Rob Shooks’ #64, Chris Shneider; Todd Weldon #45; substitute driver for Dave McManus’ #114, Daryl Charlier; and Carbo #54.  Weldon also secured the dash win over Carbo, Andy Buckley #965, Jason Fosnaught #73, Schneider, Nick Kocuba #10, Charlier, and Danny Rich #67X.    

Two B Mains gave drivers another chance to race their way to the feature event with the top two in each B Main advancing.  B Main winners were Rusty Moore #17M and Brian Rhed #69R.  Advancing as provisionals to make a 26 car field were Andy Poljack #36 for the track and Rusty Martz #16M for Penn Ohio.

Dash winner Weldon was to lead the 26 car field to the green, however Weldon did not start the feature event.  As a result, Carbo took the pole position with Buckley beside him and led a field of 25 cars for the 20-lap Willie White Memorial event.  Carbo would lead lap one, but a quick caution flew before more than one lap could be completed.  Carbo would restart on the outside with Buckley on the inside while Fosnaught and Schneider followed in the third and fourth positions. 

Carbo claimed lap two and would race with Buckley door-to-door swapping the lead for several laps.  Schneider battled with the leaders to make exciting three-wide racing action for the fans.  On lap 9, Charlier drove past Buckley and Schneider claiming the runner-up spot with one lap later taking over the lead from Carbo.  Schneider held onto third moving Buckley to fourth.  Charlier wasn’t able to maintain the lead for long as mechanical issues had him bringing out the second caution of the race on lap 11 and retiring to the pits.

Before lap 12 could be completed, another caution flag would fly for spinning cars in turns 3 and 4.  The field regrouped with Carbo choosing the outside line putting Schneider on the inside followed by Buckley and Danny Rich #67X.  Carbo and Schneider put on a great show with a door-to-door battle and just when Schneider made the winning move over Carbo, the final caution of the 20-lap event would fly on lap 17.  The battle behind the leaders was also heating up between Buckley and ninth-starter, Bobby Whitling #7W for the third spot. 

Carbo again used the outside line to lead the pack for the remaining two laps.  At the checkers, Carbo edged Schneider by .286 seconds.  Buckley captured the third spot over Whitling, while Andrew Gordon #25 finished an impressive fifth after restarting at the tail for his involvement in a lap 11 caution.  Bob Schwartzmiller #28S finished in sixth followed by Danny Rich, Nick Kocuba, Randy Wyant #11T, and Joel Johns #M5 to round out the top 10.    

Fans were treated to an additional feature for those drivers who did not qualify for the A Main event.  Jamie Duncan #67J and Jackson Humanic #17 led the field to the green for the 12-lap race.  Duncan held the lead while Humanic, Noah Brunell #31, and Joe Stajnrajh Jr. crossed the line three-wide in a battle for second.  However, racing action slowed for a caution. 

Duncan restarted the race with Stajnrajh by his side.  By the completion of lap 2, Stajnrajh took over the lead and would be uncontested for the remaining non-stop green laps.  Stajnrajh’s #04 Farm Boys Chassis is sponsored by R&R Garage, Les Frickshun, ATS, Bish Heating & Cooling, and Blood Therapy.  Duncan finished in the runner up spot followed by Brunell, Jacob Billyk #4 and Mark Lee #25L.

Contingency prizes awarded went to: Wayne Carbo #54, Hoosier Tire from Precise Racing & Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic; Bill Hurrelbrink #c8, American Racer Tire from Lias Tire; Rusty Martz #16M advancing 13 positions in the first feature, $50 Hard Charger from Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust; Noah Brunell #31, $25 Certificate from Big Daddy’s Speed Center; Randy Wyant #11T, racing rim from SS Chassis; Andrew Gordon #25, $100 certificate Close Racing Products; Andy Buckley #965, case of oil from Les Frickshun; Rod Laskey #1R, $75 certificate Genesis Shocks; Bobby Heim, $50 certificate from Schoenfeld Headers; Bill Hurrelbrink #c8, $25 certificate from ARbodies; Daryl Charlier #114, $25 certificate from Big Daddy’s; Jacob Billyk #4, $25 certificate from Wedge Motorsports; Jeff Broniczewski #08, $25 gift card from Precise Racing Products; Bill Robertson #1B, spray cleaner from Precise Racing Products; Chris Schneider#64, hood scoop from Dirt Defender; Wayne Carbo #54, wheel cover from Dirt Defender.

The next Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series event is Sunday, August 20th at Tri City Raceway Park.     

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostocks.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series, PPMS, “Willie White Memorial”, August 5, 2017, 20 laps, A Feature finishing order: (1) *Wayne Carbo #54; (2) *Chris Schneider #64 for Rob Shook ; (3) *Andy Buckley #965 (4) *Bobby Whitling #7W; (5) *Andrew Gordon #7W; (6) *Bob Schwartzmiller #28S; (7) Danny Rich #67X; (8) *Nick Kocuba #10; (9) *Randy Wyant #11T; (10) Joel Johns #M5 ; (11) *Bill Hurrelbrink #c8; (12) *Rusty Martz #16M; (13) Steve D’Apolito #84; (14) Jason Fosnaught #73; (15) Eric Piotrowski #7; (16) Joey Koteles #33; (17) Cam Kraisinger #47; (18) *Bobby Heim #92; (19) *Brian Rhed #69R; (20) Daryl Charlier #114 for Dave McManus; (21) *Bill Robertson #1B; (22) *Jeff Broniszewski #08; (23) *Rod Laskey #1R; (24) *AJ Poljak #36; (25) *Rusty Moore #17M; DNS-Todd Weldon #45

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series, PPMS, “Willie White Memorial”, August 5, 2017, 12 laps, B Feature finishing order: (1) *Joe Stajnrajh Jr. #04; (2) Jamie Duncan 67J; (3) Noah Brunell #31 (4) *Jacob Billyk #4; (5) Mark Lee #25L; (6) Robert Betz #81; (7) *Ryan Moyer #13X; (8) Jim Fosnaught #20J; (9) Troy Norman #19N; (10) Jarrod Westover #W1 ; (11) Jackson Humanic #17; DNS Curt Bish #00; Fuzzy Fields #28; Ricky Steigerwald #4S; Heath Close #77; DNQ-Russ Byler #06R; Leigh Wheeler #717

 

HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RETURNS TO PPMS FOR WEE WILLIE WHITE MEMORIAL EVENT ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 5TH!

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August 1, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The 2nd Annual “Wee” Willie White Memorial Race will take place this Saturday, August 5th at Pittsburgh Pennsylvania’s Motor Speedway located at 170 Kelso Road, Imperial, PA.  The event is the second race at PPMS for the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series of the 2017 season paying $1,000 to win and will be a series’ point race for both the Touring Series and M & T Allison Construction Segment Two.

 

Track owner Matt Miley stated “The Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series has put on phenomenal events at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway.  They have consistently produced a higher car count than any other division that races at the speedway.  We look forward to hosting them again as we celebrate the life of Wee Willie White.  Willie was a great friend of racing and a great friend of the Miley Family.  We can’t wait for Saturday night!”    

The event is designated as Wee Willie White Youth Night with kids 12 and under receiving free admittance with an adult.  Hot laps will begin at 6 p.m. with racing at 7 p.m.  Heat races will be determined through pill draw.  A 40 car challenge feature will be run if the car count is 40 plus and will be $300 to win, $50 to start for all cars not included in the A Main. 

A $25 registration fee will be charged to all drivers.  The registration fee will give drivers an opportunity at the $1,000 to-win prize, multiple contingency prizes including a Hoosier tire presented by Precise Racing and Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic, American Racer tire presented by Lias Tire, $50 hard charger awarded by Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust, and a Big Daddy’s $25 gift certificate.  Homak Penn Ohio Touring Series drivers will be eligible for a variety of additional contingency prizes: a racing rim donated by SS Chassis, a case of oil donated by Les Frickshun, a hood scoop or wheel cover donated by Dirt Defender, racing products donated by Precise Racing, gift certificates donated by Close Racing, Genesis Shocks, Schoenfeld Headers, ARbodies, Big Daddy’s Speed Center, Precise Racing Products, and Wedge Motorsports.   

The “M & T Allison Construction Segment Two Shoot Out” will involve the three Touring Series’ races at Pittsburgh Pennsylvania’s Motor Speedway on June 3rd; August 5th; and October 6th & 7th.  Touring Series Members racing at these races will receive points for the Touring Series, as well as points for the segment two point chase worth $1,000 to-win, paying the top five in points.  Along with M & T Allison Construction, Miley Truck/CruiseAmerica Rentals will contribute to this three-race point chase.

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623 or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

51 CARS COMPETE FOR $1,000 TO-WIN HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES EVENT AT SHARON SPEEDWAY WITH 26 CARS RETURNING FOR MAKE-UP APPLEFEST RACE!

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July 30, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) Fifty-one cars were on hand to compete for the $1,000 to-win Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series event at Sharon Speedway, with 26 drivers returning for the 2016 make-up race paying $2,000 to the winner.  An unfortunate night for Series’ member Andrew Gordon #25 had him in victory lane after an impressive battle with fellow Series’ member Chris McGuire #63 only to be disqualified in the post-race tech for illegal suspension.  As a result, McGuire was granted the $1,000 victory in his Bob Swanson’s Garage, X-treme Graphics, Treiger Race Engines, Welder’s Supply, Beacon Lubricants, H & K Donuts, Tobber Racing sponsored machine.

Six heat races had the 51 drivers battling for the top three spots in each heat to advance to the A Main.  Winners included Bobby Whitling 7W, Rusty Moore 17M, Gordon 25, Marlon “Fuzzy” Fields 28, Rusty Martz 16M, and McGuire 63.  An invert six had heat race winners taking the top six spots in the A Main. 

Three B Mains gave drivers another chance to race their way to the feature event with the top two in each B Main advancing.  B Main winners were Curtis Bish 29, substitute driver Shaun Hooks in Jackson Humanic’s #17, and Bill Hurrelbrink c8.  Advancing as provisionals to make a 26 car field were Andy Thompson 5 for the track and Brian Rhed 69R for Penn Ohio.

McGuire and Martz led the field to the green for the 25-lap $1,000 to-win event.  Fourth-starter Gordon quickly made his way to second passing Martz on lap three.  On lap four, Gordon closed in on McGuire and the two began to pull away as the battle out front, as well as throughout the pack, provided the fans with exciting racing action.  The leaders would encounter lap traffic on lap 10 with caution-free racing until lap 14.  Four cautions would occur before lap 15 could be completed.

Once green flag racing resumed, McGuire and Gordon were door-to-door continuing to battle for the top spot from lap 16-20 with Gordon being scored as the leader on lap 18.  The yellow flag would slow racing action on lap 21 for Tim Deutsch’s #20.  Under the caution Chris Schneider #55 who made his way from the 12th spot to third exited to the pits with a flat tire.  Two additional cautions would bunch up the field for the remaining laps.  At the checkers, Gordon was ahead of McGuire by 1.619 seconds before the post-race disqualification.  Whitling advanced to the runner-up spot, Paul Davis’ #3 from 15th to third making him the recipient of the Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust $50 Hard Charger Award, Jason Fosnaught 73 to fourth, Martz 16M finished an impressive fifth after spinning on lap 14 and restarting at the tail.  Rounding out the top 10 were Jamie Scharba 11S, Mike Miller T6, Bobby Heim 92, Rusty Moore 17M, and 22nd-starter Steve D’Apolito 84.   

Fans were treated to an exciting 25-lap, caution-free race in the 2016 Homak Penn Ohio make-up “Apple Festival Nationals” feature finding Chris Schnedier’s #55 on top.  Schneider made an impressive charge from the 11th starting spot to capture the lead from Andy Buckley on lap 19 and park the SS Chassis in victory lane for the first time in 2017 claiming the $2,000 prize.

 “This was impressive; I have to thank these guys for such a nice race track, the guys for racing clean- that was beautiful I wish we could always do that,” stated the 38-year-old Lower Burrell, Pa. driver.  “I have a lot of experience on this red clay.  It’s very similar to what Lernerville (Speedway) has.  It’s tricky.  You have to learn where to go, where the grip is, and where it’s not.  It can be slippery as can be and really bitey, and as you can see I have mud on the front of my car.  It’s been a rough year.  I rolled a car here, we had a motor issue, and there’s been a lot of rain outs.  I feel bad for these tracks- they have such good facilities and the weather just hasn’t cooperated, but this was the one I wanted to win.” 

Leading the way to the green were track regulars Brian Carothers 02c and Andy Buckley 965.  Carothers held onto the lead for one lap before Buckley took command on lap two.  Randy Wyant 11T started in fourth and took the runner up spot from Carothers on lap four.  Rusty Moore 17M passed Carothers for third from the 7th starting spot on lap five.  Wyant closed the gap on Buckley and was on his bumper by lap 10.  The leaders would battle through lap traffic on lap 12.

Schneider found a fast line on the outside and made his presence known on lap 15 when he took over third from Moore.  Lap 17 found a four-car race between Buckley, Wyant, Schnedier and Moore.  Wyant would drop to third on lap 18 giving Schneider an opportunity to take the top spot from Buckley on lap 19.  On lap 21 Wyant recaptured second over Buckley.

Schneider would be uncontested in the remaining laps crossing the finish line with a .813 of a second over Wyant.  Tenth-starter Paul Davis #3 used the high line to finish in third, Moore finished in fourth, while Steve D’Apolito 84 captured fifth after starting 12th.  Jackson Humanic 17 came home in sixth, followed by Buckley in seventh, Bobby Whitling 7W in eighth, hard-charger Chris McGuire’s #63 from 26th in ninth and Curtis Bish 29 rounding out the top 10.   

Contingency prizes awarded went to: Chris McGuire #63c, American Racer Tire from Lias Tire; Bobby Whitling #7W, Hoosier Tire from Precise Racing & Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic; Paul Davis #3 advancing 12 positions in the first feature, $50 Hard Charger from Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust; Chris McGuire #63 advancing 17 spots in the make-up feature, $75 Hard Charger from May’s Towing & Westhill Automotive; Bobby Whitling #7W, $25 Certificate from Big Daddy’s Speed Center; Jamie Maxwell, $25 Certificate from Big Daddy’s Speed Center; Fuzzy Fields #28, racing rim from SS Chassis; Hunter Exley #23HJR, $100 certificate Close Racing Products; Bill Hurrelbrink #c8, case of oil from Les Frickshun; Brian Rhed #69R, $75 certificate Genesis Shocks; Rod Laskey #1R, $75 certificate Genesis Shocks; Tim Bish #1B, $50 certificate from Schoenfeld Headers; Brian Carothers, $50 certificate from Schoenfeld Headers; Wayne Carbo #54, $25 certificate from ARbodies; Russ Byler, $25 certificate from ARbodies; Mike Miller #T6, $25 certificate from Big Daddy’s; Ryan Newman #12, $25 certificate from Big Daddy’s;  Rusty Martz #16M, $25 certificate from Wedge Motorsports; Curt Bish #00, $25 certificate from Wedge Motorsports; Chris Schneider #55, $25 gift card from Precise Racing Products; Rusty Moore #17M, air cleaner filter from Precise Racing Products; Mike Hudzik #31H, hood scoop from Dirt Defender; Jacob Billyk #4, Homak Handcarry Toolbox from Martz Racing.

The next Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series event is this upcoming Saturday, August 5th at PPMS.  The event is the Wee Willie White Memorial.  

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623 or email info@pennohioprostocks.com. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series, Sharon Speedway, July 29, 2017, finishing order: (1) *Chris McGuire #63; (2) *Bobby Whitling #7W ; (3) *Paul Davis #3; (4) Jason Fosnaught #73; (5) *Rusty Martz #16M; (6) Jamie Scharba #11S; (7) *Mike Miller #T6; (8) *Bobby Heim #92; (9) *Rusty Moore #17M; (10) Steve D’Apolito #84 ; (11) *Fuzzy Fields #28; (12) Shaun Hooks #17 for *Jackson Humanic; (13) *Rob Shook #64; (14) Andy Thompson #5; (15) *Leigh Wheeler #717; (16) *Bob Schwartzmiller #28S; (17) *Bill Hurrelbrink #c8; (18) *Curtis Bish #29; (19) Brett McDonald #25; (20) *Chris Schneider #55; (21) *Tim Deutsch #20; (22) *Nick Kocuba #10; (23) *Randy Wyant #11T; (24) *Mike Clark #7; (25) *Brian Rhed #69R; DQ-Andrew Gordon #25; DNQ-*Tim Bish #1B; Noah Brunell #31; Bobby Robinson #34R; *Ryan Newman #12; *Rod Laskey #1R; *Mike Hudzik #31H; Garrett Calvert #77; Mark Hopkins #69H; Jamie Duncan #67J; *Hunter Exley #23HJR; *Jacob Billyk #4; Jim Fosnaught #20J; *Joe Stajnrajh #04; Bob Sloss #44S; *Steve Allison #1Bad; Jamie Maxwell #6; *Andy Buckley #965; *Pat Fielding #23; *Wayne Carbo #54; Jarod Larson #47; *Russ Byler #06R; *Curt Bish #00; Dan Fedorchak #67; Mike Kerr #25K; *Brian Carothers #02c.

Homak Penn-Ohio Pro Stock Series 9/17/16 “Apple Festival Nationals” make-up, Sharon Speedway, July 29, 2017, finishing order: 1. CHRIS SCHNEIDER (55)  2. Randy Wyant (11T)  3. Paul Davis (3)  4. Rusty Moore (17M)  5. Steve D’Apolito (84)  6. Jackson Humanic (17)  7. Andy Buckley (965)  8. Bobby Whitling (7W)  9. Chris McGuire (63)  10. Curt J. Bish (Tarr 29)  11. Brian Carothers (02c)  12. William Hurrelbrink (c8)  13. Garrett Calvert (77)  14. Jamie Duncan (67J)  15. Rob Shook (Keihl 64)  16. Rod Laskey (1R)  17. Joe Stajnrajh, Jr. (04)  18. Jacob Billyk (4)  19. Mike Clark (7)  20. Brian Rhed (69R)  21. Dan Fedorchak (Bruno 67)  22. Jamie Scharba (11s)  23. Mike Miller (T6)  24. Bob Schwartzmiller (28s)  25. Ryan Newman (12)  26. Brett McDonald (25)  27. Shaun Fawcett (224)-DNS  28. Bob McCann (Fornataro USA1)-DNS  29. Tyler Dietz (35)-DNS  30. Todd Weldon (45)-DNS.  DNQ:  Rob Bates (99B), Butch Lambert (Neely 27), Troy Norman (Gower 19N), Bobby Heim (92), Jesse Brock (22B), Troy DeZarn (21), Mike Kerr (25K), Steve Allison (1BAD), Tim Bish (1B), Gary Robinson (44R), Tony Bruno (97), Rusty Martz (16M), Brent Coleman (01).

 

MOTHER NATURE FORCES SHARON SPEEDWAY TO CANCEL 7/22 EVENT, HOMAK PENN OHIO SERIES' EVENTS RESCHEDULED TO 7/29!

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July 22, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The unpredictable weather has played havoc on the 2017 racing season and certainly has not been kind to Sharon Speedway.  The early rain and expected rain showers throughout the day has forced Sharon Speedway officials to cancel the 7/22 event.  The Homak Penn Ohio Series' events are rescheduled to next Saturday, 7/29.  The 2017 $1,000 to-win Touring Series and Segment One points race, as well as the $2,000 to-win 2016 Applefest Make-up race will be on card for the 29th.  Drivers who paid the $25 registration fee on May 13th will not incur additional registration costs but will need to visit the Penn Ohio trailer to draw a pill for starting positions and contingency prizes. 

Drivers can still register for the 2017 Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series.  Registered drivers are eligible for per race contingency prizes, as well as major prizes awarded at the end of segment races and the banquet including: Homak tool carts and tool boxes; car wraps by Animal Graphics; car wrap by Phantom Signs and Graphics; ARbodies nose pieces; a set of Schoenfeld Headers; Five Star Bodies nose pieces; a set of Genesis shocks; and many gift certificates. 

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623 or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

HOMAK PENN OHIO SERIES $500 BONUS SPONSORED BY M & T ALLISON CONSTRUCTION GOES TO JAMIE DUNCAN #67J!

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July 20, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series was able to travel from Expo to Raceway 7 to Eriez in four days for three $1,000 to-win events.  The weather was unpredictable on Thursday for the Expo race and had drivers deciding not to make the long tow for the non-point race, resulting in the four car attendance. 

Competing at Expo in the unscheduled, Homak Penn Ohio non-point race were Jamie Duncan #67J, Paul Davis #3, Bob Sloss #44, and Troy DeZarn #21.  Duncan and Davis battled the entire race for the $1,000 prize.  In the end, Duncan was the lucky winner in victory lane. 

The Expo participants had an opportunity to collect a $500 bonus through the Homak Penn Ohio Series sponsored by M & T Allison Construction by racing at Raceway 7 and Eriez.  Drivers taking advantage of the $500 opportunity were Jamie Duncan and Paul Davis.  With a first at Expo and third at Raceway, Duncan had a better chance at collecting the bonus over Davis who went to Eriez with a second place finish at Expo and a ninth place finish at Raceway.  Both guys showed up for the Eriez race and both made the $1,000 to-win feature.  Duncan was able to secure the $500 bonus when Davis pulled to the pits on the first lap of the 20-lap race.

HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RETURNS TO SHARON SPEEDWAY SATURDAY, JULY 22ND FOR $1,000 TO-WIN EVENT WITH 2016 MAKE-UP APPLEFEST RACE FOR $2,000 TO-WIN!

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July 18, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series will return to Sharon Speedway for their second scheduled event of the 2017 season.  The first event back on May 13th had 50 drivers show up only to be disappointed by Mother Nature’s unexpected down pour after heat races were complete.  As a result the $2,000 to-win, make-up 2016 Applefest race will be on the schedule for this Saturday after the 2017 point race worth $1,000 to-win is completed.                                        

Sharon Speedway is located at 3241 Custer-Orangeville Road, Hartford, Ohio.  Pits will open at 4 p.m., grandstands at 5 p.m., hot laps at 6:40 p.m., and racing at 7 p.m.  The track will have Twin-State Auto Racing Club Night with Free General Admission for card-carrying members or discounted $20 pit passes.  Also a kids’ power wheels race will be held at intermission.

The Homak Penn Ohio Series will be charging a $25 registration fee for those drivers who did not participate in the May 13th new event.  Those drivers who were at the May 13th event and paid the $25 registration will not incur a registration fee for Saturday’s event, but will need to check in at the Penn Ohio trailer and draw a pill for starting positions and contingency prizes.  Homak Penn Ohio Series’ Members will receive points for the Touring Series’ point chase, as well as the M & T Allison Construction Segment One Shoot-out. 

Currently there have been three different winners at the four completed shows for the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series including two-race winner, Rusty Martz capturing the Ed Laboon Memorial Race win at PPMS for $2,517 and the $1,000 to-win show at Eriez; Fuzzy Fields at Thunder Mountain for $1,500 to-win; and Bobby Whitling winning $1,000 at Raceway 7. 

Rusty Martz is currently leading the points for the touring series with 460 points over Rusty Moore with 448, Randy Wyant in 3rd with 447, Bill Hurrelbrink in 4th with 424, Brian Rhed in 5th with 415, Bobby Whitling in 6th with 407, Leigh Wheeler in 7th with 404, Fuzzy Fields in 8th with 390, Jackson Humanic in 9th with 381 and tied for 10th are Bobby Heim and Russ Byler with 378.  Once the Sharon and PPMS races are complete, drivers will drop one finish from each track to determine their final Touring Series points worth $3,000 to-win.  The Segment points are calculated using all races within those segments, with M & T Allison Construction Segment One being Sharon Races for $1,000 to-win; M & T Allison Construction Segment Two being PPMS Races for $1,000 to-win; and Timber Lake Lodge Segment Three being the five September Races for $1,500 to-win.

Drivers can still register for the 2017 Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series.  Registered drivers are eligible for per race contingency prizes, as well as major prizes awarded at the end of segment races and the banquet including: Homak tool carts and tool boxes; car wraps by Animal Graphics; car wrap by Phantom Signs and Graphics; ARbodies nose pieces; a set of Schoenfeld Headers; Five Star Bodies nose pieces; a set of Genesis shocks; and many gift certificates. 

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostock.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

THE PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES ENDS THE RACE WEEKEND AT ERIEZ AND FINDS RUSTY MARTZ IN VICTORY LANE FOR THE $1,000 TO-WIN SHOW!

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July 17, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) With forty-two stock cars competing on Friday night, officials expected about the same car count for Sunday’s event and were thrilled when forty-four cars showed up.  It is apparent drivers are ready to race after so many rained out events and that was proven this weekend as many traveled over two hours for both events.  Current Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series’ Point Leader and winner of the Ed Laboon Memorial event at PPMS back in June, Rusty Martz of Brookville, PA, parked his #16M SS Chassis in victory lane after leading the A Main 20-lap event from green to checker. 

As Eriez does not run hot laps, many drivers pulled onto the track for the very first time to race an eight lap heat race.  Five heat races had four drivers advancing to the A Main feature and the top two participating in the pill draw for starting position.  Heat race winners were Rusty Martz #16M; Randy Wyant #11T; Pat Fielding #23; Don McGuire #630; and Chris McGuire #63. 

Prior to running the two B Mains, drivers gave fans a thrill by participating in autograph night sponsored by Phantom Signs and Shirts.  The front stretch from turn 1 to turn 4 was packed with cars in all divisions.

Once racing resumed after the autograph session, two drivers from each 10-lap B Main would advance to the A Main while the other twenty-four drivers would end their evening early.  Winners of the B Mains were Friday night’s Raceway 7 Feature Winner, Bobby Whitling #7W, and Brad Church #40.  Unlike Friday night at Raceway, no provisionals were granted and 24 cars would start the feature. 

Leading the 24 car field to the green in the twenty lap feature were Martz and Brian Rhed’s #69R.  Martz quickly jumped out front and although Garrett Calvert #77 and Paul Davis #3 slowed on the track at the start no caution flag was needed as they were able to exit to the infield and pits without incident.  Nine laps without any cautions had leaders, Martz followed by Rhed, Bill Applebee #9, Rusty Moore #17M, and Randy Wyant #11T, catching the back of the field, but before leaders lapped anyone, Michael Reed spun in turn 4 right in front of Martz to bring out the yellow on lap 10.

A Delaware restart gave Martz breathing room over the fast pack of drivers.  The restart benefited Wyant as he was able to pass Moore and Applebee for the third spot while Rhed held onto second.  A second caution came out for Brandon Groters in turns 3 & 4 as he made his way from the twelfth spot to the sixth spot before spinning his #22 car.  Under the yellow Curt Bish’s #29 retired to the pit area. 

Racing would resume with Martz having the sole spot out front in another Delaware restart followed by Rhed, Wyant, Applebee and Bill Hurrelbrink’s #c8.  The restart again had Wyant advancing taking over the second spot from Rhed.  Chris McGuire #63 was also able to advance to the top five as he passed Hurrelbrink on the restart.  Green lap racing would continue with door to door action from fourth back through the pack until the caution flag flew on lap 16 finding Jamie Duncan’s #67J and Jackson Humanic’s #17 exiting to the pits. 

Again without feeling pressured for that top spot yet, Martz maintained control in a Delaware restart.  Wyant had the choice of the inside or outside lane and although he used the inside lane to pass Rhed, he chose to restart on the outside with Rhed on the inside.  The restart found Rhed using the inside to his advantage to take back the second spot.  After one more lap in the books, the final caution would slow the racing action as many cars were involved in a mishap in turn 4 sending many drivers to the pits before completing the final three laps.

The last restart of the 20-lap event had Martz leading the remaining 15 cars back to green for 3 final laps.  Martz maintained his smooth and consistent run to park his #16M in victory lane for the $1,000 win.  Rhed held on for second, Wyant with another strong finish in third, Chris McGuire making his way to fourth, and Moore rounding out the top five with another consistent top five run.  Crossing the checkers in sixth was Applebee, Hurrelbrink in seventh, Leigh Wheeler #717 in eighth, Pat Fielding #23 in ninth, and tenth went to hard-charger of the race, Tim Bish in #1B, advancing 10 positions.           

Contingency prizes awarded went to: Rusty Martz #16M, Hoosier Tire from Precise Racing & Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic; Chris McGuire #63c, American Racer Tire from Lias Tire; Tim Bish #1B advancing 10 positions, $50 Hard Charger from Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust; Nick Kocuba #10, $25 Certificate from Big Daddy’s Speed Center; Pat Fielding #23, $100 certificate Close Racing Products; Brian Rhed #69R, case of oil from Les Frickshun; Jacob Billyk #4, $75 certificate Genesis Shocks; Bill Hurrelbrink #c8, $50 certificate from Schoenfeld Headers; Fuzzy Fields #28, $25 certificate from ARbodies; Andy Buckley #965, $25 certificate from Big Daddy’s; Jeff Broniszewski #08, $25 certificate from Wedge Motorsports; Joe Stajnrajh Jr. #04, $25 gift card from Precise Racing Products; Paul Davis #3, fuel jug from Precise Racing Products; Randy Wyant #11T, wheel cover from Dirt Defender; Tim Bish #1B, Hood Scoop from Dirt Defender.

The next Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series event is this upcoming Saturday, July 22nd at Sharon Speedway.  The event is Twin State Auto Club night and kids’ power wheels race.  

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostock.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series, Eriez Speedway, July 16, 2017, finishing order: (1) *Rusty Martz #16M; (2) *Brian Rhed #69R ; (3) Randy Wyant #11T; (4) *Chris McGuire #63c; (5) *Rusty Moore #17M; (6) Bill Applebee #9; (7) *Bill Hurrelbrink #c8; (8) *Leigh Wheeler #717; (9) *Pat Fielding #23; (10) *Tim Bish #1B; (11) *Bobby Heim #92; (12) Michael Reed #34R; (13) John Boardman #777; (14) Eric McCray #32; (15) *Bobby Whitling #7W; (16) Brad Church #40; (17) Brandon Groters #22; (18) *Andy Buckley #965; (19) Jamie Duncan #67J; (20) *Jackson Humanic #17; (21) Curtis Bish #29; (22) Don McGuire #630; (23) *Paul Davis #3; (24) Garrett Calvert #77; DNQ-Darrin Waldron #97; *Russ Byler #06R; Brent Crandall #73; *Ryan Newman #12; *Jeff Broniszewski #08; Brian Crandall #24c; *Gary Fisher #99F; *Curt Bish #00; Wesley McCray #32JR; *Rod Laskey #1R; *Fuzzy Fields #28; Tyler Dynys #3D; Bill Best #14B; *Jacob Billyk #4; *Joe Stajnrajh Jr. #04; *Nick Kocuba #10; *Tim Deutsch #20; Darr Diegelman #15D; *Sonny Baker #94B; Jimmy Kennerknecht #18K

 

GREAT NIGHT OF RACING AT RACEWAY 7 FOR THE HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES - - BOBBY WHITLING WALKS AWAY WITH THE $1,000 WIN OVER THE 42 CAR FIELD!

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July 15, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) Forty-two stock cars were on hand to compete in the $1,000 to-win event at Raceway 7 on Friday night.  After many rained out events for tracks and the Series, Mother Nature finally cooperated and provided a beautiful night for some great racing action.  Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series’ Member, Bobby Whitling of Seneca, PA, parked his #7W slider chassis in victory lane after leading the A Main 20-lap event from green to checker. 

After hot lap sessions, five heat races proved to be exciting racing action for the fans.  Heat race winners were Mike Clark #7; Ryan Newman #12; Tim Deutsch #20; Rusty Martz #16M; and Bobby Whitling #7W.  The top four drivers from each heat advanced to the A Main feature, with the top two participating in a redraw for feature starting position.

Two B Mains gave drivers another opportunity to make the Main event with the top 2 from each B Main advancing.  Winners of the B Mains were Bill Hurrelbrink #c8 and Chris McGuire #63.  The two drivers who advanced to the A Main through provisionals were Brian Rhed #69R for Penn Ohio and Jimmy Kennerknecht #18K for the track provisional.

Leading the 26 car field to the green in the twenty lap feature were Whitling and Jamie Duncan #67J.  Whitling was out in front of Duncan entering turn two but the caution flag would fly quickly for fourth-starter, Deutsch’s #20 spinning in turn 2 at the start.  When racing resumed, Whitling again had the lead while Rusty Martz claimed the 2nd spot from Duncan.  With only one lap in, the caution would wave for slowed cars on the backstretch entering turn 3.  Shaun Fawcett’s #224 and Rod Laskey’s #1R would exit to the pit area not to return, while Jackson Humanic #17 pitted for a flat and was able to return before racing resumed.

A Delaware restart gave Whitling the sole spot in the front with Martz and Duncan in tow, followed by Newman and Bobby Heim #92.  Drivers were able to complete two more laps before the third caution of the race slowed racing action for Don McGuire’s #630.  Under the yellow, Fuzzy Fields #28 and Rob Shook #64 made their way to the pits with Shook retiring for the night and Fuzzy Fields returning for more racing action. 

With three laps complete, Whitling would lead the cars to another restart and maintain the lead over Martz, Duncan, Rusty Moore #17M, and Russ Byler #06R rounding out the top five.  However a fourth caution flag would fly on lap 7 for McGuire’s #630 on the front stretch entering turn 1.  The drivers would get one more lap in before the last caution flag of the event flew for Joe Stajnrajh’s #04.

Racing action was heating up and would find cars swapping positions throughout the field each lap, but Whitling was smooth in his #7W for the remaining caution-free twelve laps.  Moore would come from the ninth spot to capture second from Duncan and hard-charger, Randy Wyant #11T, at the flagman.  Martz held on for fifth over Newman, Deutsch, Leigh Wheeler #717, Paul Davis #3, and Chris McGuire #63 rounding out the top ten, respectively.           

Contingency prizes awarded went to: Bobby Whitling, Hoosier Tire from Precise Racing & Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic; Chris McGuire, American Racer Tire from Lias Tire; Randy Wyant advancing 12 positions, $50 Hard Charger from Dirt Diggin’ Chassis; Jimmy Kennerknecht, $25 Certificate from Big Daddy’s Speed Center; Bobby Whitling, racing rim from S S Chassis; Tim Deutsch, $100 certificate Close Racing Products; Curt Bish #00, case of oil from Les Frickshun; Rusty Moore, $75 certificate Genesis Shocks; Paul Davis, $50 certificate from Schoenfeld Headers; Nick Kocuba, $25 certificate from ARbodies; Bobby Heim, $25 certificate from Big Daddy’s; Leigh Wheeler, $25 certificate from Wedge Motorsports; Gary Fisher, $25 gift card from Precise Racing Products; Jesse Brock, fuel jug from Precise Racing Products; Andy Buckley, wheel cover from Dirt Defender.

The next Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series event will be on Sunday, July 16th at Eriez Speedway.  The event is autograph night so come out and get your favorite Homak Penn Ohio Series’ drivers’ autograph.  

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostock.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series, Raceway 7, July 14, 2017, finishing order: (1) *Bobby Whitling #7W; (2) *Rusty Moore #17M ; (3) Jamie Duncan #67J; (4) *Randy Wyant #11T; (5) *Rusty Martz #16M; (6) *Ryan Newman #12; (7) *Tim Deutsch #20; (8) *Leigh Wheeler #717; (9) *Paul Davis #3; (10) *Chris McGuire #63; (11) *Russ Byler #06R; (12) *William Hurrelbrink #c8; (13) *Mike Clark #7; (14) *Andy Buckley #965; (15) *Brian Rhed #69R; (16) *Fuzzy Fields #28; (17) *Joe Stajnrajh #04; (18) *Jackson Humanic #17; (19) *Pat Fielding #23; (20) Jimmy Kennerknecht #18K; (21) Don McGuire #630; DNF-(22) *Gary Fisher #99F-1 lap down; (23) *Bobby Heim #92-1 lap down; (24) *Rob Shook #64-17 laps down; (25) Shaun Fawcett #224-20 laps down; (26) *Rod Laskey #1R-20 laps down; DNS-Bob Sloss #44S; Dave Snyder #12; *Nick Kocuba #10; Troy Norman #19N; Tony Spaghetti #97; *Jesse Brock #22B; *Curt Bish #00; Bill Applebee #9; *Terry Wheeler #2W; Brent Coleman #01; *Jacob Billyk #04; Garrett Calvert #77; Mike Horton #48; Art Edwards #57; Richard Chess Jr. #16C; *Curtis Bish #29.

 

THE HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES UPCOMING EVENTS IN JULY - - EXPO, RACEWAY 7, ERIEZ SPEEDWAY, & SHARON SPEEDWAY - - EACH TO PAY $1,000 TO-WIN PLUS A $500 BONUS OPPORTUNITY!

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July 4, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stocks will get back into the swing of things starting with a non-points event at Expo on Thursday, July 13th; a Touring Series point show at Raceway 7 on Friday, July 14th; a Touring Series point race on Sunday, July 16th at Eriez Speedway; and a Touring Series and Segment One point race at Sharon Speedway on Saturday, July 22nd.  Each event is $1,000 to-win.

Expo will kick off the first of three races in four days.  The driver with the highest finishes for the three races at Expo, Raceway 7, and Eriez will walk away with a $500 bonus sponsored by M & T Allison Construction.

The Expo race on Thursday, July 13th will be at the Trumbull County Fair located at 899 Everett Cortland Hall Road, Cortland, Ohio 44410.  Gates open at 2 p.m. with hot laps at 5:30 and racing at 6.  Homak Penn Ohio rules and purse structure will be followed for the $1,000 to-win event.  Although it is a non-point race in 2017, it is possible the event will be added as a point race in the 2018 season.

Drivers will stay in the Ohio area for a race at Raceway 7 located at 4094 Center Road, Conneaut, Ohio 44030.  On Friday, July 14th, the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series will have the third Touring Series race of the 2017 season.  Gates open at 5:30 p.m. with racing at 7:30.

      

From Raceway 7, drivers will head to Erie, PA on Sunday, July 16th to continue racing action for the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series.  Eriez Speedway is located at 9821 Sampson Road, Erie, PA 16509.  Pits open at 3:30 p.m., grandstands at 4:30 with racing at 6:30.  Not only will it be a $1,000 to-win show, it will be autograph night and Phantom Signs & Shirts Kids Night.

The next weekend, the Homak Penn Ohio Series will return to Sharon Speedway located at 3241 Custer Orangeville Road, Hartford, Ohio 44424.  The Saturday, July 22nd event will be a Touring Series and Segment One point race.  Pits open at 4 p.m., grandstands at 5 with racing at 7.  There will be a power wheels race for kids and it is a Twin-State Auto Racing Club Night.   

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623 or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

THE HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RETURNS TO THUNDER MOUNTAIN AND FINDS SERIES MEMBER, FUZZY FIELDS IN VICTORY LANE!

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June 19, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series returned to Thunder Mountain on Friday, June 16th, to finish what they started back on May 19th.  With three laps complete, 21 of the 30 drivers returned to battle for 22 more laps hoping to capture the $1,500 pay day.  In the end Brockway driver, Fuzzy Fields parked his #28 VSI Racing machine in victory lane holding the big Homak Penn Ohio check.

Rusty Martz, who captured the Ed Laboon Memorial win at PPMS, was looking to make it two-in-a-row as he led the field to the green flag in a Delaware style start.  Much like the original start on May 19th, it took a few cautions and unfortunate crashes to get consecutive, green flag racing underway.  It was lap six when drivers were able to settle in, caution-free, allowing Fields to pressure Martz for the lead.  Fields made the pass on lap 8 pulling to a comfortable lead over Martz. 

Brent Johnson, who suffered mechanical issues on May 19th, restarted in the 19th position and found himself in third on lap 7.  A caution flag on lap 12 would bunch the field up and determine if Johnson had the car to take the lead from Fields.  Johnson was able to take second from Martz on lap 13 only to find himself in the same situation as May 19th stopping on the track on lap 15 experiencing mechanical woes, exiting to the pits.

Fields would sit in the top spot followed by Martz, Bill Hurrelbrink, Bobby Whitling and Leigh Wheeler.  After one more caution on the restart, the field would bunch back up and Fields was able to secure the top spot with continuous green flag racing from lap 16 to lap 25.  Martz held onto second followed by Hurrelbrink for third, Rusty Moore in fourth, and substitute driver Paul Cott in the Brian Rhed machine rounding out the top five.  Charging from the 22nd spot, Jeff Broniszewski finished in sixth, with Randy Wyant in seventh, Leigh Wheeler in eighth, Jackson Humanic in ninth, and Gary Luzier in tenth.

Fields walked away with the $1,500 and a Hoosier tire from Precise Racing Products.  Hurrelbrink was awarded the American Racer Tire from Lias Tire.  The Hard Charger award presented by Shaffer’s Auto and Exhaust went to Jeff Broniszewski.

The next Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series event will be on Friday, July 14th at Raceway 7 and Sunday, July 16th at Eriez Speedway.   For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostock.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series, Thunder Mountain, June 16, 2017, finishing order: (1) *Fuzzy Fields 28; (2) *Rusty Martz 16M; (3) *Bill Hurrelbrink c8; (4) *Rusty Moore 17M; (5) *Brian Rhed/Paul Cott 69R; (6) *Jeff Broniszewski 08; (7) *Randy Wyant 11T; (8) *Leigh Wheeler 717; (9) *Jackson Humanic 17; (10) *Gary Luzier 960; (11) *Bobby Whitling 7W; (12) *Brent Johnson 92X; (13) *Russ Byler 06R; (14) *Bruce Hartzfeld 101; (15) *Terry Wheeler 2W; (16) *Tim Bish 1B; (17) *Bobby Heim 92; (18) *Rod Laskey 1R; (19) *Joe Stajnrajh 04; (20) *Ryan Newman 12; (21) *Rob Shook 64; (22) *Curt Bish 00; (23) *Andy Buckley 965; (24) *Curtis Bish 29; (25) *Jim Bloom 37A; (26) *Jesse Brock 22B; (27) *Andrew Gordon 25; (28) *Jacob Billyk 4; DNS-Bill Davis 15L; DNS-*Sonny Baker 94B

 

THE HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RETURNS TO THUNDER MOUNTAIN THIS FRIDAY, JUNE 16TH TO FINISH THE $1,500 TO-WIN MAIN EVENT!

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June 12, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series will be back in action this Friday, June 16th to finish the exciting 25-lap $1,500 to-win feature event.  Drivers completed 3 laps of the 25-lap race on May 19th before Mother Nature let loose washing out the event. 

Drivers will finish the remaining 22 laps for an opportunity to win the $1,500 prize.  Rusty Martz will lead the field in a Delaware Restart, followed by:

Row 2 – Fuzzy Fields (28) & Russ Byler (06R)

Row 3 – Rusty Moore (17M) & Bobby Whitling (7W)

Row 4 – William Hurrelbrink (c8) & Jackson Humanic (17)

Row 5 – Tim Bish (1B) & Leigh Wheeler (717)

Row 6 – Randy Wyant (11T) & Rod Laskey (1R)

Row 7 – Curt Bish (00) & Andy Buckley (965)

Row 8 – Curtis Bish (29) & Gary Luzier (960)

Row 9 – Bobby Heim (92) & Rob Shook (64)

Row 10 – Jim Bloom (37A) & Terry Wheeler (2W)

Row 11 – Jeff Broniszewski (08) & Joe Stajnrajh (04)

Row 12 – Ryan Newman (12) & Andrew Gordon (25)

Row 13 – Jesse Brock (22B) & Brent Johnson (92X)

Row 14 – Brian Rhed (69R) & Bruce Hartzfeld (101)

Row 15 – Jacob Billyk (4) -3 laps & Sonny Baker (94B) -3 laps

Row 16 – 15L -3 laps                                             

The remaining contingency prizes will be awarded at the end of the 25-lap event: Hoosier Tire from Precise Racing Products; American Racer Tire from Lias Tire; and $50 hard charger award from Shaffer’s Auto and Exhaust.  Thunder Mountain will run the make-up feature prior to their regular Father’s Day show.  The new event for stocks will be a $600 to-win race.

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostock.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

IMPRESSIVE SHOWING OF PRO STOCKS FOR 6TH ANNUAL ED LABOON MEMORIAL HOMAK PENN OHIO SERIES EVENT AT PPMS!

 

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June 6, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) A whooping 56 cars showed up to participate in the 6th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship race Saturday night at PPMS.  The $2,517 to-win, 25 lap A Main proved to be the race of the night with pole sitter Rusty Martz (16M) leading the pack of 28 cars from green to checker for the win.  The victory was the Brookville driver’s second Ed Laboon Memorial Race win, with the first being the 4th Annual Memorial in 2015, making Martz the sole repeat race winner.                                        

Drivers had an opportunity to qualify for heat race starting positions.  Fastest qualifier was Randy Wyant (11T) with a lap of 21.823 seconds, followed by Bobby Heim (92) 22.080, Curt Bish (29) 22.359, Bill Hurrelbrink (c8) 22.390, Bob Schwartzmiller (28S) 22.517, and Todd Weldon (45) 22.526.  From qualifying, drivers were divided into six heat races with the top three drivers transferring to the A Main.  

Heat race winners were Martz, Dave McManus (114), Bish, Joel Johns (M5), A.J. Poljak (36), and Weldon.  The heat winners competed in a Dash to determine the top six starting spots for the main event.  Fifth-starter, Martz, won the dash earning the pole position for the Ed Laboon Memorial, followed by Poljak, Bish, Weldon, McManus, and Johns. 

Three B-Main events gave drivers an additional opportunity to qualify for the A Main with the top three finishers transferring.  Winners were Joe Wrona (15), Corey McPherson (c33), and Bill Robertson (1B).  Joe Stajnrajh (04) was the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock series provisional completing the 28 car starting grid.

Martz and Poljak led the 25 lap Ed Laboon Memorial to the green flag with fourth-starter and former race winner Todd Weldon quickly moving to second on the first lap.  Weldon used the outside to pass Martz on lap 7 coming out of turn 2, but Martz held the bottom line in turn 3 and 4 to his advantage regaining the lead at the scoring line.  With the race heating up between Martz and Weldon, it appeared that heavy lap traffic could be an issue for the front runners.  As the leaders entered turn 1 on lap 9, two cars spun in turn 2 bringing out the first caution period.

Seventh-starter Wyant would restart in third, followed by McManus and Rusty Moore (17M).  The side-by-side lead battle continued on the restart with Martz low and Weldon high, but the next caution period came with 10 laps in for former race winner Jeff Broniszewski (08) who caught the front stretch wall.  Prior to resuming the race, Weldon stopped on the back stretch appearing to experience mechanical issues.  With a quick push, Weldon was able to get back to speed and resumed the outside starting position. 

Three green laps would find the same intense racing action before the caution flag would fly again on lap 13 for Bish spinning in turn 2.  The slow, caution laps had Weldon’s #45 machine come to a stop, requiring a push to get back to his second starting position.  When the green flag dropped, it was clear Weldon was experiencing mechanical issues but got it up to speed to hang onto second for one more lap before slowing on the track, bringing out the yellow and retiring to the pit area.  Wyant would find himself in second outside of Martz, with McManus, Moore, and eleventh-starter, Wayne Carbo (54) in fifth. 

When racing resumed, Wyant quickly jumped to the bottom line behind Martz going into turn one leaving the high side to Carbo.  Unfortunately a pile up in turn 2 collected numerous top runners and would bring out the fifth and final caution of the event.  Racing would resume with Wyant again on the outside, Moore in third, Carbo in fourth, and 25th starter Chris Schneider (64) in fifth.  Laps 16 through 25 were smooth sailing for Martz as he cruised to the win over Wyant by 2.681 seconds.  Carbo crossed the line in third with Moore in fourth and Schneider in fifth.  Inaugural race winner Bob Schwartzmiller was sixth from the 23rd starting spot, followed by Nick Kocuba from 27th, previous race winner Curt Bish, Joel Johns, and Kyle Moore rounding out the top ten. 

6th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial Race, Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series, PPMS, June 3, 2017 Finishing order: (1) *Rusty Martz 16M; (2) *Randy Wyant 11T; (3) *Wayne Carbo 54; (4) *Rusty Moore 17M; (5) *Chris Schneider 64; (6) *Bob Schwartzmiller 28S; (7) *Nick Kocuba 10; (8) *Curt Bish 29; (9) Joel Johns M5; (10) Kyle Moore 11*; (11) *Bill Hurrelbrink c8; (12) *AJ Poljak 36; (13) Joey Zambotti 948; (14) Jim Fosnaught 20J; (15) Joe Wrona 15; (16) *Rod Laskey 1R; (17) Jason Fosnaught 73; (18) Steve D’Apolito 84; (19) *Bill Robertson 1B; (20) *Dave McManus 114; (21) *Joe Stajnrajh 04; (22) *Brian Rhed 69R; (23) *Jeff Broniszewski 08; (24) Jamie Duncan 67J; (25) *Bobby Whitling 7W; (26) Corey McPhearson c33; (27) *Bobby Heim 92; (28) *Todd Weldon 45; DNQ- Brad Koteles, 33; *Ryan Newman, 12; Eric Piotrowski 47; Danny Rich 67X; *Hunter Exley 23Hjr; Bob Egley 30; *Ryan Moyer 13X; Mike Harris 18; *Leigh Wheeler 717; Noah Brunell 31; Cam Kraisinger 47; *Fuzzy Fields 28; *Russ Byler 06R; *Jackson Humanic 17; *Jacob Billyk 4; Brett McDonald 25M; *Pat Fielding 23; *Terry Wheeler 2W; Robert Betz 81; Mark Lee 25L; Troy DeZarn 21; Ricky Steigerwald 4S; *Jesse Brock 22B; Jarrod Westover W1; Kyle Shannon 1S; Troy Norman 19N; *Andy Buckley 965; and Justin Lamb 25X

The planned Dob’s Auto Non-Qualifiers Race was not able to be run, but the total purse for the event will be divided equally by every non-qualified driver.

Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contingency prizes were awarded to the following drivers:

Hoosier Tire presented by Precise Racing Products – Rusty Martz

American Racer Tire presented by Lias Tire – Bill Hurrelbrink

Big Daddy’s $25 Certificate – AJ Poljak

Beadlock rim presented by SS Chassis – Wayne Carbo

Close Racing $100 Certificate – Curt Bish

Les Frickshun case of oil – Ryan Newman

Dirt Defender hood scoop – Rusty Martz

Genesis Shocks $75 certificate – Joe Stajnrajh

Schoenfeld Headers $50 certificate – Leigh Wheeler

ARbodies $25 certificate – Jacob Billyk

Big Daddy’s $25 certificate – Andy Buckley

Wedge Motorsports $25 certificate – Bob Schwartzmiller

Precise Racing Products $25 gift card – Bill Robertson

Air cleaner presented by Precise Racing Products – Ryan Moyer

The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series will be back in action for the make-up $1,500 to-win, 25 lap feature at Thunder Mountain on Friday, June 16th.  For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostock.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

DIRT DEFENDER LLC ADDED AS HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES CONTINGENCY SPONSOR IN 2017!

For Immediate Release

May 31, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series is pleased to announce Dirt Defender LLC will be a contingency sponsor for the 2017 season.

Dirt Defender LLC is located in Red Oak, Texas.  The revolutionary company manufactures new age racing products.  The manufactured wheel cover for dirt track racing fits Aero, Bassett, Real, Circle and more.  The wheel ring allows for use on a bead lock or non-bead lock wheel.  Check out Dirt Defender on Facebook or contact at 469-556-4612.

“We couldn’t be more excited to add Dirt Defender as a contingency sponsor for the 2017 season,” stated Shaun Hooks, Series Director, “Our drivers can all use the Dirt Defender wheel covers and hood scoops!  It’s just one more way we can give back to the drivers at each race throughout the season.”

 

THE BIGGEST PAYDAY FOR THE HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK

CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES IS THIS SATURDAY, JUNE 3RD- -

THE ED LABOON MEMORIAL EVENT AT PPMS TO PAY

$2,017 TO-WIN, $200 TO-START!

For Immediate Release

May 29, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The 6th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial Race is upon us and will be broadcast live by FloRacing.  The event will take place this Saturday, June 3rd at Pittsburgh Pennsylvania’s Motor Speedway.  The event is the biggest paying race for the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series in the 2017 Season, paying $2,017 to-win, $200 to start and nearly $15,000 in guaranteed purse and contingency prizes.     

PPMS is located at 170 Kelso Road, Imperial, PA.  Pits open all day with wrist band check and tech starting at 4 p.m., hot laps at 6 p.m. with qualifying to follow.  Information on the live broadcast and to join FloRacing visit http://www.floracing.com/.     

There will be no registration fees.  The event will have drivers participating in group qualifying, heat races, B mains, a Fast Dash, 25-lap A Main, and a 15-lap Non-Qualifiers Race.  In addition to the major A Main $2,017 to-win, $200 to start prize, drivers will have opportunity at additional monetary awards: $517 to-win Non-Qualifier feature; $50 for fast qualifier; $50 for each heat race winner; $150 for dash winner and $50 to 2nd place in dash; a $100 Invader award to the driver who finishes highest as a first Ed Laboon Memorial participant; $50 hard charger; and, $50 hard luck.  The top 2 finishers who purchase 5 gallons of fuel at PPMS will win 5 gallons of fuel courtesy of Bazell Sunoco Race Fuels and Miley Motor Sports.  Additional contingency prizes will be available to drivers from the Laboon Family generated sponsors.

The Homak Penn Ohio contingency prizes to be awarded to all drivers include: a Hoosier tire going to the highest finisher on that tire and a Big Daddy’s Gift Certificate awarded by random drawing.  Homak Penn Ohio Touring Series drivers will be eligible for a variety of additional contingency prizes: a bead lock rim donated by SS Chassis, a case of oil donated by Les Frickshun, gift certificates donated by Close Racing, Genesis Shocks, Schoenfeld Headers, ARbodies, Big Daddy’s Speed Center, Precise Racing Products, and Wedge Motorsports.   

The event will be a series’ point race for both the Touring Series and M & T Allison Construction Segment Two.  Drivers must join the series to be eligible for the point chases.  

The “M & T Allison Construction Segment Two Shoot Out” will involve the three Touring Series’ races at Pittsburgh Pennsylvania’s Motor Speedway on June 3rd; August 5th; and October 6th & 7th.  Touring Series Members racing at these races will receive points for the Touring Series, as well as points for the segment two point chase worth $1,000 to-win, paying the top five in points.  Along with M & T Allison Construction, Miley Truck/CruiseAmerica Rentals will contribute to this three-race point chase.

A special thanks to Vince Laboon, the Laboon Family, and the Miley Family on the hard work and dedication in putting this exciting event together and including the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series.  Also thanks to the Miley Family for their contributions and generous hospitality for each of the Homak Penn Ohio events at PPMS.

Drivers can still register for the 2017 Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series.  Registered drivers are eligible for per race contingency prizes like listed above, as well as major prizes awarded at the end of segment races and the banquet including: Homak tool carts and tool boxes; car wraps by Animal Graphics; car wrap by Phantom Signs and Graphics; ARbodies nose pieces; a set of Schoenfeld Headers; Five Star Bodies nose pieces; a set of Genesis shocks; and many gift certificates.  Drivers are also eligible to compete in four point chases: the main touring series’ points for $3,000 to-win; segment one points worth $1,000 to-win; segment two points worth $1,000 to-win; and, segment three points for $1,500 to-win.

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623 or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

 

HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES HAS ANOTHER DISAPPOINTING END AT THUNDER MOUNTAIN THANKS TO MOTHER NATURE’S UNEXPECTED DOWN POUR!

For Immediate Release

May 21, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) Clear skies and no rain in the forecast all week gave hope that the first Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock race of the 2017 season would be in the books after Friday night at Thunder Mountain.  Unfortunately, those clear skies turned to overcast with threatening rain throughout the evening.  As the A Main got underway, a sudden downpour ended the night early with three laps complete.                                           

Thirty stock cars were on hand to compete in the $1,500 to-win event.  Twenty-nine out of the thirty drivers were Homak Penn Ohio Series’ members.  After hot lap sessions, drivers had an opportunity at two laps for qualifying to determine heat race starting positions.  Brent Johnson captured the $100 Dirt Diggin’ Chassis prize with his 17.872 fastest qualifying lap. 

Other contingency prizes were awarded through random drawing prior to heat races.  Recipients were Leigh Wheeler, bead lock rim from S S Chassis; Rod Laskey, $100 certificate Close Racing Products; Ryan Newman, case of oil from Les Frickshun; Joe Stajnrajh, $75 certificate Genesis Shocks; Jeff Broniczewski, $50 certificate from Schoenfeld Headers; Jim Bloom, $25 certificate from ARbodies; Bill Hurrelbrink, $25 certificate from Big Daddy’s; Brent Johnson, $25 certificate from Wedge Motorsports; Rusty Moore, $25 gift card from Precise Racing Products; Jacob Billyk, fuel jug from Precise Racing Products; Bobby Heim, $25 certificate from Big Daddy’s.

Four heat races proved to be exciting races for the fans.  Heat race winners were Brent Johnson, Russ Byler, Brian Rhed, and Rusty Martz.  The top two drivers from each heat participated in a redraw for feature starting position.  All drivers advanced to the A Main from the heat races. 

The A Main event had twenty-seven cars begin the 25 lap race.  Rusty Martz and Brian Rhed led the pack to the green.  Brian Rhed found himself spinning coming out of turn two on the start in front of the field.  While action was slowed, Rhed went to the pits along with Rob Shook and Jacob Billyk.  Shook and Rhed were able to return before the restart to tag the end of the field, along with Andrew Gordon who didn’t take the original green.   

The second attempt to get racing underway was also unsuccessful as the yellow flew for Bruce Hartzfeld and Joe Stajnrajh on the back stretch.  Third time proved to be a charm and the race was on with Martz leading the first three laps over Fuzzy Fields, Russ Byler, Brent Johnson, and Rusty Moore.  The caution flag would fly for Brent Johnson who seemed to experience mechanical woes on the back stretch before lap 4 could be completed.

Drivers were in place for a Delaware restart with Martz leading but the caution flag would come right back out for the slowed 101 of Hartzfeld on the front stretch.  The sudden down pour would stop the race on lap 3 sending cars to the pits and officials calling the rest of the event a wash.  

Drivers will have an opportunity to finish the remaining 22 laps for $1,500 to-win on Friday, June 16th.  The remaining contingency prizes will be awarded after the 25 lap event: Hoosier Tire from Precise Racing Products; American Racer Tire from Lias Tire; and $50 hard charger award from Shaffer’s Auto and Exhaust.  Thunder Mountain will run the make-up feature prior to their regular Father’s Day show.  The new event for stocks will be a $600 to-win race.

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

Drivers - please go to procedures page for updated rules.

 

FIRST HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES RACE STARTED OFF WITH EXCITING RACING ACTION BETWEEN 50 STOCK CARS IN FIVE HEAT RACES BEFORE MOTHER NATURE SPOILED THE EVENT!

For Immediate Release

May 16, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The first race of the season didn’t disappoint as far as car count for the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series with 50 cars on hand to compete at Sharon Speedway last Saturday night.  However, the unexpected rain showers certainly put a damper on the evening’s festivities cutting the night short only after five exciting heat races were finished for the Series’ event.  Heat race winners were Andy Buckley, Rob Shook, Curt Bish, Rusty Moore and Rusty Martz.                                         

The Applefest Make-up race from 2016 will be rescheduled to the July 22nd Homak Penn Ohio event.  Saturday’s event is to be determined on a make-up date. 

The Series is hoping to get a full show in this Friday night, May 19th, at Thunder Mountain for the rescheduled May 5th event.  Thunder Mountain Speedway is located at 3406 Ramsaytown Road, Brookville, PA.  Gates will open at 5 p.m. with hot laps at 7 and racing at 7:30. 

All drivers will run qualifying laps to determine starting order.  Fastest Qualifier will receive $100 sponsored by Dirt Diggin’ Chassis.  The main feature event will be a 25-lap race, paying $1,500 to-win, $200 to start.  Additionally, if over 35 pro stocks participate, a B-Main non-qualifiers race will be run paying $500 to-win. 

The Homak Penn Ohio Series will be charging a $35 registration fee for all drivers participating in the May 19th event.  All drivers will be eligible for a Hoosier tire and American Racer tire going to the highest finisher on that tire, along with a Big Daddy’s Gift Certificate awarded by random drawing.  Touring Series drivers will be eligible for a variety of additional contingency prizes: a bead lock rim donated by S&S Chassis Supply; a case of oil donated by Les Frickshun; various product donated by Precise Racing Products; and, gift certificates donated by Close Racing, Genesis Shocks, Schoenfeld Headers, ARbodies, Big Daddy’s Speed Center, Precise Racing Products, and Wedge Motorsports.  The hard charger will be awarded $50 donated by Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust.

Drivers can still register for the 2017 Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series.  Registered drivers are eligible for per race contingency prizes like listed above, as well as major prizes awarded at the end of segment races and the banquet including: Homak tool carts and tool boxes; car wraps by Animal Graphics; car wrap by Phantom Signs and Graphics; ARbodies nose pieces; a set of Schoenfeld Headers; Five Star Bodies nose pieces; a set of Genesis shocks; and many gift certificates.  Drivers are also eligible to compete in four point chases: the main touring series’ points for $3,000 to-win; segment one points worth $1,000 to-win; segment two points worth $1,000 to-win; and, segment three points for $1,500 to-win.

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

SCHEDULED AT SHARON SPEEDWAY ON MAY 13TH-- $1,000 TO-WIN

EVENT WITH 2016 MAKE-UP APPLEFEST RACE FOR $2,000 TO-WIN!

For Immediate Release

May 8, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series will kick off the 2017 season a little differently than planned.  With last Friday’s race at Thunder Mountain Speedway postponed, the series’ season opener will now be at Sharon Speedway this Saturday, May 13th for the make-up 2016 Applefest A-Main paying $2,000 to-win and a new 2017 event paying $1,000 to-win.

         http://www.sharonspeedway.com/ 

Sharon Speedway is located at 3241 Custer-Orangeville Road, Hartford, Ohio.  Pits will open at 4 p.m., grandstands at 5 p.m., hot laps at 6:40 p.m., and racing at 7 p.m. 

The Homak Penn Ohio Series will be charging a $25 registration fee for all drivers participating in the May 13th new event.  All drivers will be eligible for a Hoosier tire and American Racer tire going to the highest finisher on that tire, along with a Big Daddy’s Gift Certificate awarded by random drawing.  Touring Series drivers will be eligible for a variety of additional contingency prizes: a bead lock rim donated by S&S Chassis Supply; a case of oil donated by Les Frickshun; various product donated by Precise Racing Products; and, gift certificates donated by Close Racing, Genesis Shocks, Schoenfeld Headers, ARbodies, Big Daddy’s Speed Center, Precise Racing Products, and Wedge Motorsports.  The hard charger will be awarded $50 donated by Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust.

The event will kick off the 2017 Season as the series’ first point race for both the Touring Series and Segment One.  Drivers must join the series to be eligible for the point chases.  The 2016 Applefest make-up feature has a set line up and will be a non-points race. 

Drivers can still register for the 2017 Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series.  Registered drivers are eligible for per race contingency prizes like listed above, as well as major prizes awarded at the end of segment races and the banquet including: Homak tool carts and tool boxes; car wraps by Animal Graphics; car wrap by Phantom Signs and Graphics; ARbodies nose pieces; a set of Schoenfeld Headers; Five Star Bodies nose pieces; a set of Genesis shocks; and many gift certificates.  Drivers are also eligible to compete in four point chases: the main touring series’ points for $3,000 to-win; segment one points worth $1,000 to-win; segment two points worth $1,000 to-win; and, segment three points for $1,500 to-win.

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostock.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK SERIES’ RACE AT THUNDER MOUNTAIN RESCHEDULED TO MAY 19TH!

For Immediate Release

May 5, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The anticipation of the first scheduled Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series event is dampened due to the wet weather conditions.  The Thunder Mountain Speedway $1,500 to-win event is rescheduled to Friday, May 19th.    

As a result the first race of the 2017 Season will now be at Sharon Speedway next Saturday night, May 13th.  The $1,000 to-win event will be the first point race of the 2017 season for the Touring Series and will kick off the Segment One point chase.  Also on card for May 13th will be the Homak Penn Ohio Series 2016 Applefest make-up race paying $2,000 to-win.

The touring series point chase is only available to registered touring series members.  Drivers will have an opportunity to substitute a driver twice throughout the 14 races and will eliminate a Sharon race finish and a Pittsburgh race finish.  The point fund is expected to be at least a $12,000 payout going to the top twenty drivers with $3,000 going to the winner.

Within the 14 race, there are 3 segments for additional point money and contingency prize opportunities ranging from car wraps to nose pieces to gift certificates.   

Segment one named the “M & T Allison Construction Shoot Out” will consist of the three Touring Series’ races at Sharon Speedway on May 13th; July 22nd; and September 8th & 9th.  Touring Series Members racing at these races will receive points for the Touring Series, as well as points for the segment one point chase worth $1,000 to-win.   

Segment two named “M & T Allison Construction Shoot Out” will involve the three Touring Series’ races at Pittsburgh Pennsylvania’s Motor Speedway on June 3rd; August 5th; and October 6th & 7th.  Touring Series Members racing at these races will receive points for the Touring Series, as well as points for the segment two point chase worth $1,000 to-win.

Segment three named “E & K Equipment/Timber Lake Lodge September Shoot Out” will be made up of the five September races beginning with Dog Hollow Speedway on September 3rd; Sharon Speedway on September 8th & 9th; Tri City Speedway on September 10th; Lernerville Speedway on September 16th; and ending with McKean County Speedway on September 30th.  Touring Series Members racing at these races will receive Touring Series’ points, as well as Segment three points worth $1,500.00 to-win.

Drivers can still register for the 2017 Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series.  For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostock.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

THUNDER MOUNTAIN SPEEDWAY TO HOST HOMAK PENN

OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES ON FRIDAY,

MAY 5TH -- PAYING $1,500 TO-WIN, $200 TO-START!

For Immediate Release

May 3, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series Opening event is here.  Thunder Mountain Speedway will host the prestigious pro stock series this Friday night, May 5th.   

Thunder Mountain Speedway is located at 3406 Ramsaytown Road, Brookville, PA.  Gates will open at 5 p.m. with hot laps at 7 and racing at 7:30.  The event will kick off the 2017 Season as the series’ first point race. 

All drivers will run qualifying laps to determine starting order.  Fastest Qualifier will receive $100 sponsored by Dirt Diggin’ Chassis.  The main feature event will be a 25-lap race, paying $1,500 to-win, $200 to start.  Additionally, if over 35 pro stocks participate on May 5th, a B-Main non-qualifies race will be added to the event schedule paying $500 to-win. 

The Homak Penn Ohio Series will be charging a $35 registration fee for all drivers participating in the May 5th event.  All drivers will be eligible for a Hoosier tire and American Racer tire going to the highest finisher on that tire, along with a Big Daddy’s Gift Certificate awarded by random drawing.  Touring Series member drivers will be eligible for a variety of additional contingency prizes.   The hard charger will be awarded $50 donated by Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust.

Drivers can still register for the 2017 Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series at a cost of $200.  Registered drivers are eligible for contingency prizes ranging from car wraps to bead lock rims to nose pieces to cases of oil to gift certificates; as well as, four point chases: the main touring series’ points for $3,000 to-win; segment one points worth $1,000 to-win; segment two points worth $1,000 to-win; and, segment three points for $1,500 to-win.

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostock.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES

ANNOUNCES THE RETURN OF

HOMAK AS CORPORATE SPONSOR IN 2017!

For Immediate Release

May 1, 2017(Sandy Lake, PA) Homak has agreed to return as the corporate sponsor of the Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series for the 2017 season.  Homak was the series’ corporate sponsor in the 2014 inaugural season, as well as the returning corporate sponsor in the 2016 season.  “I am thrilled that Homak has agreed to return as the Series’ Corporate Sponsor for the 2017 season,” exclaimed Shaun Hooks, “Each year the goal is to have the series bigger and better than the season prior.  With great sponsors like Homak sticking with us, achieving that goal becomes a reality.”

         

Homak was founded by Sigmund H. Danzigern in 1947.  In 2005, Homak was acquired by HMC Holdings, LLC a JVA company and moved its office to western Pennsylvania.  Its facility now resides in the Wampum Underground Commerce Center at 1605 Old Route 18, Wampum, PA.  David Moyer, President of Homak, “I’m excited to continue the Homak Sponsorship into 2017 for the Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series!  We have a great passion for grass roots racing and having Homak involved with a local series, is extremely important to all of us at Homak.”

Today, Homak has an extensive line of tool storage products with a full line consisting of hand-carry toolboxes, tool bags, parts organizers, tool storage cabinets, workbenches, garage furniture, safety cabinets spill containment systems, p.b.&e. products steel lockers, and accessories.  Each item is manufactured to exceed customer's expectations and to provide strength and dependability to the customer.  For more information on Homak, go to www.homak.com.      

The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series will begin the 2017 season with a $1,500 to-win event at Thunder Mountain on May 5th.  The series will have a fourteen race schedule with registered drivers battling for a championship with an estimated $12,000 to $15,000 point fund plus additional money and contingency prizes throughout the season.  Registered drivers will also have an opportunity at three separate point chases within the fourteen races designated as segments.  Two segments are each worth $1,000 to-win and a third segment is worth $1,500 to-win.  Drivers can download a registration form online at http://www.pennohioprostocks.com/REGISTRATION%202017.pdf.

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series, contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623bor email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

ANNOUNCING THE RETURNING 2017 SPONSORS OF THE HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK SERIES!

For Immediate Release

April 30, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The 2017 racing season is upon us and we are excited to announce the returning sponsors of the Homak Penn Ohio  Pro Stock Championship Series: Schwartzmiller Ground Maintenance, Wrapz by Reiser, Hoosier Tire & Precise Racing Products, American Racer & Lias Tire , Close Racing Supply, S & S Chassis, Animal Graphics & Signs, Les Frickshun, Phantom Signs & Graphics, Big Daddy’s Speed Center, Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust, Wedge Motorsports, Jacob’s Towing & Service, 955 Automotive, Alternative Power Sources, and Dirt Diggin' Chassis.

“We are always grateful to have sponsors return each year,” exclaimed Shaun Hooks, Series Director, “Our team of sponsors continues to grow each season, which allows us to give that much more back to the drivers.  These returning sponsors are a great group of people to work with and just really support the series.  We look forward to a fantastic 2017 Season.”

Schwartzmiller Ground Maintenance (SGM) is owned and operated by Bob Schwartzmiller.  The company, established in 1991, is an all season maintenance company in Western Pennsylvania, dedicated to provide customers with the safest work practices, the most reliable services and the most reasonable rates in the area.  During the winter months, SGM snow removal crew is on stand-by 24/7 to provide customers with the quickest response time possible.  The company offers many services catering to any homeowner, business owner or land owner.  Services include lawn care, garden, construction, clean up and so much more.  For more information visit their website at https://sgmpgh.com/.

Wrapz by Reiser Automotive is located at 1905 Mercer Road, Jackson Center, PA.  The company specializes in decals, signs, banners, graphics and motorsports wraps.  Owner, Sue Reiser, has a knack for understanding customer needs and offers large format printing and cutting up to 54” using outdoor ink, as well as cut cast vinyl designs and graphics.  Wrapz by Reiser is committed to the community and stands behind their work.  For more information visit their website at http://www.reiserautomotive.com/home.html                     

Precise Racing Products, Pittsburgh division, is located at 110 S Pike Road, Sarver, PA.  Along with being a Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic dealer, Precise Racing Products offers a wide variety of racing products and equipment.  The Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic truck travels to local speedways on a weekly basis to provide trackside service. For more information, visit http://www.preciseracing.com/.

Lias Tire Racing is the exclusive distributor of American Racer tires in nine states in the northeastern United States.  In addition to being the nation’s largest distributor of American Racer Racing Tires, Lias Tire also has an onsite Speed Shop, offering a wide variety of racing products and equipment.  Lias Tire Racing is located at 488 North Fifth Street, Indiana, PA.  The company offers trackside service at their local speedways on a weekly basis and is often seen at many other tracks.  Visit their website at http://www.liastireonline.com/.

Close Racing Supply is located in Eldred, PA.  They carry a large inventory of components from all the major manufacturers for a majority of the racing classes.  CRS is the East Coast Chassis Dealer for BMS and GRT Modified.  The company has built stock clip chassis since 2000 with great success.  CRS provides a parts trailer at several local tracks to service customers.  For more information on Close Racing Supply, visit http://www.closeracingsupply.com/.

SS Chassis & Supply is owned and operated by three-time Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Champion, Chris Schneider.  Located at 3010 Edgecliff Road, Lower Burrell, PA, SS Chassis & Supply carries a variety of parts for various dirt track racing classes, specializing in building race car chassis with focus on stock car chassis. 

Animal Graphics & Signs is owned and operated by Jim Bloom located at 35 Kirk Street, Curwensville, PA.  Animal Graphics & Signs was established in 2009 and focuses on signs, decals, banners, and wraps.

Les Frickshun has a supply of oils, transmission fluids, greases, and ZINC.  Along with products, Les Frickshun specializes in automotive engine building and rebuilding.  The company is located in Reno, PA.  Visit http://www.lesfrickshun.com/ for more information.

Phantom Signs & Graphics was established in 2001 by owner, Brandon Groters.  The company is located at 5320 Buffalo Road, Erie, PA, providing many of the design and print industries common needs, from signage and installation to motorsports wraps to t-shirt design and production.  For more information, visit http://www.phantomgraphics.net/.

Big Daddy’s Speed Center is located at 139 Gasper Road in Grove City, PA.  The company carries a variety of racing parts and provides service to their customers at local race tracks.

Shaffer’s Auto and Exhaust provides basic repairs and even the major repairs you need to keep your vehicle running smoothly.  The company is located at 1103 Grandview Avenue, New Castle, PA.

Wedge Motorsports, located at 7761 Dawson Drive SE, Warren, OH, is owned and operated by Dave Willoughby since 2001.  Starting out with a table full of oil products, Wedge Motorsports now carries just about any products imaginable for dirt track racing, from stock cars to modifieds to late models and more.  Visit http://wedgemotors.com/ for more information.

Jacob’s Towing specializes in heavy duty truck towing and repair, ranging from transmissions to engine rebuilding to brakes and batteries.  The company is owned and operated by the Billyk family and is located at 1121 Grandview Avenue in New Castle, PA.

955 Automotive is owned and operated by Jason Ore and located at 4725 Iroquois Avenue, Erie, PA.  955 Automotive specializes in engine building and is a R2C Performance Products dealer selling filters.

Alternative Power Sources is located in Gibsonia, PA.  The company has proudly served homeowners and businesses throughout portions of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia offering a complete line of generators and the ability to provide turnkey projects. From sales and rentals to service, maintenance and installation, Alternative Power Sources is dedicated to providing reliable generator solutions.

Dirt Diggin' Chassis, also known as DDC, specializes in building stock car chassis and acting as a technical adviser based on rich history of stock car racing and setups.  For more information contact www.dirtdigginchassis@yahoo.com or visit the facebook page. 

The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series will begin the 2017 season with a $1,500 to-win event at Thunder Mountain on May 5th.  The series will have a fourteen race schedule with registered drivers battling for a championship with an estimated $12,000 to $15,000 point fund plus additional money and contingency prizes throughout the season.  Registered drivers will also have an opportunity at three separate point chases within the fourteen races designated as segments.  Two segments are each worth $1,000 to-win and a third segment worth $1,500 to-win.  Drivers can download a registration form online at http://www.pennohioprostocks.com/REGISTRATION%202017.pdf.

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series, contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit our website, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

OPENING EVENT FOR 2017 HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES AT THUNDER MOUNTAIN SPEEDWAY ON FRIDAY, MAY 5TH TO PAY $1,500 TO-WIN, $200 TO-START!

For Immediate Release

April 26, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) For a second year in a row, the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Touring Series will make an appearance at Thunder Mountain Speedway located at 304 Ramsaytown Road, Brookville, PA on Friday, May 5th. 

http://thundermountainspeedwaypa.com/

The event will kick off the 2017 Season as the series’ first point race.  All drivers will run qualifying laps to determine starting order.  Fastest Qualifier will receive $100 sponsored by Dirt Diggin’ Chassis.  The main feature event will be a 25-lap race, paying $1,500 to-win, $200 to start.  Additionally, if over 35 pro stocks participate on May 5th, a B-Main race will be added to the event schedule. 

The Homak Penn Ohio Series will be charging a $35 registration fee for all drivers participating in the May 5th event.  All drivers will be eligible for a Hoosier tire and American Racer tire going to the highest finisher on that tire.  Touring Series member drivers will be eligible for a variety of additional contingency prizes.   The hard charger will be awarded $50 donated by Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust.

On Friday, April 28th, Thunder Mountain is offering a “practice race” giving pro stock drivers an opportunity to race for $500 to-win in preparation for the Homak Penn Ohio Series opening event on May 5th.

Drivers can still become members of the 2017 Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series at a cost of $200.  Registered drivers are eligible for contingency prizes, as well as, four point chases: the main touring series’ points for $3,000 to-win; segment one points worth $1,000 to-win; segment two points worth $1,000 to-win; and, segment three points for $1,500 to-win.

For more information on the Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series contact Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623, visit the website at www.pennohioprostock.com, or email info@pennohioprostocks.com.  Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pennohioprostocks.

 

Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series

Announces Five Star Bodies as 2017 Sponsor! 

For Immediate Release

April 23, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) Five Star Race Car Bodies, a division of Five Star Fabricating, Inc. was formed by Fran Prestay and Carl Schultz in the late 1970s in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin.  What began as a side job for the two in response to a need for innovative sheet metal products in the stock car racing industry developed into production of 1979 Camaro components to expansion of a diversified product line moving Five Star to the forefront of the industry as experts in manufacturing large, complex composite body panels.  The expansion continued for the company as they became the industry leader of formed windows.  Five Star premium racing windows are the #1 windows used in all motorsports, creating new standards in toughness, durability and weather resistance.

Five Star is privately owned by the Schultz family since 2010, leading the industry in manufacturing with over 100 employees and close to 185,000 square feet of floor space dedicated to the design, manufacture, and distribution of body panels, windows and accessories.

As Five Star celebrates their 39th year in business, the company continues to be dedicated to innovation, accepting large, more advanced projects and emerging into new markets and industries.  Five Star maintains deep roots in auto racing, putting experience and expertise to work for their valued customers, by providing durable, high quality parts for years to come!

“This family owned company has a great racing history,” stated Shaun Hooks, Series Director, “and we are excited to have Five Star Bodies join us as a contingency sponsor in the quest to give back to the drivers in a sport we all love.”

Visit https://www.fivestarbodies.com/ for more information on Five Star Bodies.

 

Announcing ARbodies as a Penn Ohio Series Sponsor in 2017!

For Immediate Release

April 20, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) Penn Ohio Pro Stock Series is proud to announce ARbodies has joined the Sponsorship Team for the 2017 Season!

ARbodies manufactures a full line of race car bodies and components that are track tested and proven with the racer in mind.  They are dedicated to providing quality products and service.  Short track racing is an ever-changing industry that requires diligence in their pursuit to provide the latest performance enhancing bodies and accessories to customers at a reasonable price.

“The goal for this season was to acquire contingency sponsors to give the series’ drivers even more than we provided last season,” stated Shaun Hooks, Series Director, “With ARbodies jumping on board as a major contingency sponsor, we will have the opportunity to achieve this goal.”

For more information on ARbodies, visit their webpage at http://arbodies.com/.

 

PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP ANNOUNCES GENESIS RACING SHOCKS WILL BE PART OF THE SPONSORSHIP PROGRAM FOR THE 2017 SEASON!

For Immediate Release

April 13, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series is excited to announce that Genesis Racing Shocks has joined the series as a sponsor for the 2017 season!

“It’s definitely exciting to have Genesis Racing Shocks on board for the 2017 season,” stated Shaun Hooks, Series Director, “Their contribution will allow us to offer another per race contingency prize to our Touring Series drivers.”

Genesis Shocks is located in Roswell, Georgia.   Established in March of 2006, the founders of Genesis have over 60 years of experience in the shock absorbers and the racing industry.   At Genesis, quality, service and consistency come in first so you can too.

For more information on Genesis Racing Shocks, visit their webpage at http://www.genesisshocks.com/.

 

R & R ENTERPRISE AUTO SALES, GARAGE AND VINYL BECOMES PART OF THE PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM AS A SPONSOR IN 2017!

For Immediate Release

April 8, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) Randy Wyant has been a Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series member since its inception in 2014.  Not only will Randy continue as a driver in the series, he is stepping up as a major sponsor for the 2017 Season!

Randy Wyant is the owner/operator of R & R Enterprise Auto Sales, Garage and Vinyl located in Oil City, PA.  R & R Auto Sales concentrates on used vehicle sales.  R & R Garage specializes in auto repair, semi-truck repair, new and used tires, and state inspections.  R & R Vinyl focuses on vinyl graphics, screen printing, banners, car wraps, and window tinting.

“It’s encouraging to have our series members who are also business owners stepping into dual roles with the series,” said Shaun Hooks, Series Director, “It’s a testament that the people involved with the series strive for its success.  I am excited to get the 2017 underway.”

 

M & T ALLISON CONTRUCTION STEPS UP AS MAJOR SPONSOR OF SEGMENTS ONE AND TWO IN 2017!

For Immediate Release

April 5, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) As the 2017 Racing season rapidly approaches, the series is excited to announce that M & T Allison Construction located in New Castle, PA is returning in the 2017 Season as a major sponsor.  Steve and Sherrie Allison joined the Series in 2016 as sponsors.

M & T Allison Construction is a family owned company with 20 years of experience improving homes throughout Lawrence County and the surrounding areas.  Every project is tackled professionally with a complete, easy-to-understand written contract.  They treat your home as if it were their own and keep you informed through every step of the process.  M & T Allison Construction works hard to bring together the best of both worlds: competitive pricing, the best products and exceptional customer service.  For a free quote contact 724-698-4059.  For additional information visit their website at http://www.mtallisonconstruction.com/.

 

“Getting to know Steve and Sherrie Allison during the 2016 season, their enthusiasm for racing and supporting the series is refreshing.  It is a pleasure to recognize them as 2017 sponsors of segments one and two named the “M & T Allison Construction Shoot Out”.  The addition of segments to the Series in 2017 is a new twist to the Series, giving series’ drivers an opportunity to win additional points money separate from the Touring Series points’ fund,” boasted Series Director, Shaun Hooks.

 

The “M & T Allison Construction Shoot Out” segment one will consist of the three Touring Series’ races at Sharon Speedway on May 13; July 22; and September 8-9.  Touring Series Members racing at these races will receive points for the Touring Series, as well as points for the segment one point chase worth $1,000 to-win.  The segment two “M & T Allison Construction Shoot Out” will consist of three Touring Series’ races at Pittsburgh Pennsylvania’s Motor Speedway on June 3; August 5; and October 6-7.  Touring Series Members are eligible for an additional $1,000 to-win point fund, as well as points for the Touring Series.

 

To be eligible for the segment point funds, drivers must be registered touring series’ members.  The series consists of 14 touring races and within those 14 races are 3 segments for additional point money and contingency prize opportunities.  To register, visit www.pennohioprostocks.com and download the 2017 registration form.  Questions regarding the series can be directed to Series Director, Shaun Hooks, at 724-730-1623.

 

BISH HEATING AND COOLING JOINS THE PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES AS NEW SPONSOR IN 2017!

For Immediate Release

April 4, 2017 (Sandy Lake, PA) The 2017 Racing season is right around the corner and we are pleased to announce that Bish Heating and Cooling located in Oil City, PA is joining the Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series as a major sponsor.

Bish Heating and Cooling is owned and operated by Curt Bish.  The company provides Franklin, Oil City, Titusville and the surrounding areas with 24/7 service of all heating and air conditioning needs, including all makes and models, furnaces, boilers, heat pumps, sales, service, and installation.  Emergency service is also available.  Bish Heating and Cooling can be contacted at 814-670-0020.  

“I am thrilled to have Curt Bish join the Penn Ohio team not only as a sponsor but also as a driver for the 2017 Season,” stated Shaun Hooks, Series Director, “It will be hard to top the 2016 season but with some great sponsors like Bish Heating and Cooling stepping up and new drivers joining the series, it looks like 2017 is going to be even better!”

 

THE 2017 HOMAK PENN OHIO PRO STOCK CHAMPIONSHIP TOURING SERIES REGISTRATION IS NOW AVAILABLE.

REGISTER BEFORE JANUARY 31, 2017 FOR A $50.00 DISCOUNT ON THE 2017 DRIVER MEMBERSHIP!    CLICK LINK FOR REGISTRATION FORM..../REGISTRATION 2017.pdf 

 

Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Rule Reminder

Rear End:  No quick change differentials, no limited slip or lockers, No 3 links or torque links, pull bars, lift bars, birdcages, or pan hard bars permitted of any sort.  NO SPRING ROD OR BISCUIT TYPE TRAILING ARMS OF ANY SORT.

All 2016 Rules are available for view under procedures.  Any questions regarding rules may be directed to Shaun Hooks, Series Director.

 

For all 2014, 2015, and 2016 race results, click results link.

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