11th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial Coming Soon!
Make plans to join us for the 3rd Touring Race of the 2022 Season, the 11th Annual Ed Laboon Memorial, on Saturday June 4th at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway! Due to the increased cost of fuel this race will offer a record $350 to start the A main, along while still paying an impressive $3,517 to win, with no entry fees! The popular Dobs Auto Non-Qualifiers’ Race will pay $517 to win, and $200 to start, along with $100 tow money.
The ELM will also feature many contingency bonuses and awards:
$192 Fast Qualifier Bonus compliments of Schwartzmiller Transport LLC, in Memory of Bobby Heim
$192 Dash Winner compliments of Shaffer’s Auto & Exhaust, in Memory of Bobby Heim
$192 Hard Charger Bonus compliments of The Flying Dutchman, in Memory of Bobby Heim
$200 Invader Bonus paid to the highest finisher in their first ELM appearance, compliments of Real Nutz Vodka
$100 bonus to the highest finishing Lernerville Speedway car (within the top 10 in points of the track)
$111 bonus for leader of lap 11 in memory of Josh Langer
$122 bonus for leader of lap 22 in memory of Chuck Herr
The ELM is presented by Horhut Inc and A&F Engineering, and is powered by the following platinum sponsors: West Mifflin Collision, Butler Truck Parts, Jacob’s Towing & Service, Loose Moose Saloon, R&R Enterprise Auto Sales, and Fin and Bear It Outdoors.
Fireworks during opening ceremonies are sponsored by DnT Fireworks, presented by Zrimm’s Tire & Auto.
Full payout of the ELM is as follows:
The ELM will follow the Touring Race format, which includes hot laps, group qualifying by heat, with the number of heat races and B-mains determined by the number of entries the day of the race. The ELM feature event will be 30 laps, with the top 5 to be weighed and the top 3 to tech. Dobs Auto NQ race length is to be determined.
Previous winners of the ELM include:
2012-Bob Schwartzmiller 2016- Todd Weldon 2020- Alan Dellinger
2013-Jeff Broniszewski 2017- Rusty Martz 2021- Bobby Whitling
2014-Curt Bish 2018- Chris Schneider
2015-Rusty Martz 2019- Chris Schneider
The Homak Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series powered by Can-Am
The 2022 Penn Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series is brought to you by Homak, “Globally Known & Professionally Trusted since 1947” and powered by Can Am, “We’re Built for this.”
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Additional Sponsors of the Penn Ohio Series:
BT Truck & Auto Service Integra Racing Shocks & Springs
Joe Willcox Performance Automatics
SS Chassis & Supply Lynchwood Spirits
Precise Racing Products
American Racer Lias Tire
Bish Heating & Cooling Big Daddy’s Speed Center
Close Racing Supply R & R Enterprises
Virgile Iron & Steel Lindemuth Laser Etching
Animal Graphics & Signs