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09/18/06


JAMIE GRIFFITHS, DENNY DECKER, BUBBA BRODERICK, DOUG STACK, AND JOEL
AUSTIN ARE SATURDAY NIGHT WINNERS AT PENN CAN
- Dan Stone earns BRC Lazer Challenge Series championship


The 2006 King of the Can Weekend opened with a big Saturday night racing
program which saw Jamie Griffiths victorious in the "Topless 25" BRC
Lazer Challenge Series feature for the Late Models on Gary's U-Pull It
Night. Denny Decker won his 13th Super Stock race of the season as he
topped a full field of Super Stocks in the 25 lap Trackside Products
Series feature. Sixteen year old Bubba Broderick picked up the Central
New York Mini Sprint feature win while Doug Stack picked up a guaranteed
starting spot in next week's Hurricane on the Mountain event with his
first ever Penn Can feature win in the 25 lap Pure Stock feature. Joel
Austin picked up the win in the debut of the Four Cylinder Penn Dawg
division.
With the line-up for the Topless 25 set by the luck of the draw,
polesetter Tracy Gregory grabbed the early lead in the 25 lap BRC Lazer
Challenge Series Late Model feature. Gregory would lead the first two
laps before eventual winner Jamie Griffiths was able to work from his
third starting position to drive past Gregory for the top spot. Shortly
thereafter, Gregory would retire from the event with mechanical problems,
leaving newly crowned track champion Dave Zona to battle with Dan Stone
for the runner-up position.
As the battle for second between Stone and Zona heated up, Griffiths was
able to open up a slight advantage over the battle for second. The
leaders found themselves racing in heavy lapped traffic over the closing
stages of the event, but Griffiths drove the traffic to perfection,
managing to stretch out his lead just a bit over the battle for second.
Griffiths' prowess in traffic allowed him to take the win by a
comfortable margin, his fourth triumph of the 2006 campaign. Zona and
Stone battled all the way to the checkered flag with Zona just nosing out
Stone for the runner-up position with Stone finishing third. Allen Coy
and Billy Marvin completed the top five finishing order. Chad Hollenbeck
finished sixth ahead of Mark Malcolm, Lou Egrie, Jim O'Hara, and Keith
Mudge.
With his third place finish, Dan Stone was able to clinch the 2006 BRC
Lazer Challenge Series championship. Stone had not planned to run the
entire series, but when he found himself atop the point standings after
several events, Dan close to compete in the remainder of the series
races. On Saturday night, that decision paid off as Stone earned the
series championship.
Tracy Gregory and Allen Coy split the Late Model heat races.
Denny Decker closed out a dream season as the Afton, NY native drove to
his 13th Super Stock victory in 15 starts this season. Decker drew the
third starting position and was able to quickly go to the front of the
field, driving past early race leader Bill Rampe on a third lap restart.
Jim Howard made his way to second from his tenth starting position, but
Decker had already opened up a big lead by the time Howard got up to the
runner-up spot. With no caution flags to bunch the field, Howard was not
able to close on Decker and Denny sprinted on the score the victory over
Howard. Paul Strohl finished a strong third with invaders Jerry Tonti and
Bill Rampe fourth and fifth. Rampe just managed to nose out Tom Herman
for the fifth spot with Herman settling for sixth ahead of Garden Stater
Jim Hewett and Rich Post. Harry Marvin Jr. and Carl Heater completed the
top ten finishing order.
Denny Decker, Jim Howard, and Jerry Tonti won the Super Stock heat races.
The Central New York Mini Sprints made their only 2006 appearance at Penn
Can with Brookfield, Ct. native Bubba Broderick picking up the feature
win. The talented young driver, who celebrates his sixteenth birth day on
Tuesday, came out on top of a race long battle with Jared Fink to score
the victory. Fink raced Broderick hard the entire distance before
settling for a runner-up finish. Greg Hoffman finished third with Rick
Hench and Brian Oliver fourth and fifth respectively. Hank Katz, Art
Kiser, Mike Kiser, John Casazza, and Mike Emhof completed the top ten.
Mike Kiser, Jared Fink, and Donald Harvey Jr. won the Central New York
Mini Sprints heat races.
Doug Stack found himself in the right place at the right time to earn his
first ever Penn Can Speedway feature win in the 25 lap Pure Stock
feature. With the win, Stack earns a guaranteed starting position in the
Hurricane on the Mountain event at Thunder Mountain Speedway. Stack spent
most of the race running third behind Denny Decker and Joe George as
Decker and George were locked in a tight battle for the lead. That race
for the lead would get a bit too close on a restart with just three laps
remaining as George got into Decker, spinning Decker out of the lead.
George was penalized to the rear of the field for his involvement in the
incident, handing the lead over to Stack.
From there, Doug would lead the final three laps, holding off a late
charge by Shane Wolf to pick up the win. Wolf, who took over the controls
of the Bimmer Gulley #81 for this event, drove to a runner-up finish with
Charlie Gilbert third. Jim Howard and newly crowned track champion Mahlon
Shoemaker were fourth and fifth. Butch Green recovered from an early race
incident to finish sixth with Chad Stone, Joe George, Denny Decker, and
Scott Smith rounding out the top ten finishers.
Pure Stock heat races were won by Shane Wolf, Joe George, and Tom
Harrington.
The Penn Dawgs, Penn Can Speedway's new Four Cylinder Stock class that
will be a part of the weekly racing card in 2007, made their debut on
Saturday night. Joel Austin beat out Josh Hoover to win the first Penn
Dawgs feature with Hoover finishing second. Mike Taylor, Dan Dillenbeck,
and Brandon Campbell rounded out the top five.
Dan Corwin and Rayn Oakley won the Penn Dawg heats.
GARY'S U-PULL IT RACE SUMMARY:
BRC LAZER CHALLENGE SERIES LATE MODELS: 1. JAMIE GRIFFITHS 2. Dave Zona
3. Dan Stone 4. Allen Coy 5. Billy Marvin 6. Chad Hollenbeck 7. Mark
Malcolm 8. Lou Egrie 9. Jim O'Hara 10. Keith Mudge 11. Junior Grebe 12.
R.J. Windhausen 13. Jeremy Russell 14. Randall Paxton 15. Bud Phillips
16. Tracy Gregory DNS: Brett Spoor
TRACKSIDE PRODUCTS SUPER STOCK SERIES: 1. DENNY DECKER 2. Jim Howard 3.
Paul Strohl 4. Jerry Tonti 5. Bill Rampe 6. Tom Herman 7. Jim Hewett 8.
Rich Post 9. Harry Marvin Jr. 10. Carl Heater 11. Harry Marvin III 12.
Paul Harrington 13. Chris Piasecki 14. Jason Bartsch 15. Neil DiBalsi 16.
Matt Holmes 17. Steve Polhamus 18. Duane Head 19. James Millard 20. Randy
Tyler 21. Ken Hineline 22. Jim Sykes 23. Fred Christ 24. Nate Evans
CENTRAL NEW YORK MINI SPRINTS: 1. BUBBA BRODERICK 2. Jared Fink 3. Greg
Hoffman 4. Rich Hench 5. Brian Oliver 6. Hank Katz 7. Art Kiser 8. Mike
Kiser 9. John Casazza 10. Mike Emhof 11. Scott Goodrich 12. Robert Lynt
13. Cody Flach 14. Fred Hoffman 15. Gerald Sehn Jr. 16. John Guarino 17.
Michele Predmore 18. Joe Burkert 19. Dale Beach Sr. 20. Brian Pomponio
21. Donald Harvey Jr.
PURE STOCKS HURRICANE QUALIFIER: 1. DOUG STACK 2. Shane Wolf 3. Charlie
Gilbert 4. Jim Howard 5. Mahlon Shoemaker 6. Butch Green 7. Chad Stone 8.
Joe George 9. Denny Dsecker 10. Scott Smith 11. Homer Ferrante 12. Josh
Towner 13. Eric Beach 14. Nate Shea 15; Jon Carpenter 16. Ryan Stone 17.
Tom Groover 18. Tom Harrington 19. Bob Glover 20. Mike Coddington 21. Dee
Ramey 22. Rich Green DNS: Dan Babcock, Rich Talada
PENN DAWGS: 1. JOEL AUSTIN 2. John Hoover 3. Mike Taylor 4. Don
Dillenbeck 5. Brandon Campbell 6. Gary Kinne 7. Dan Corwin 8. Chris
Taylor 9. Dusty Corwin 10. Jeremy Hile 11. Joe Fallen 12. Dave Simms 13.
Don Winslow 14. Nick Alexander 15. Brian Russell 16. Ryan Oakley 17.
Sarah Alexander


KING OF THE CAN ROC/IMCA AT PENN CAN RESCHEDULED SUNDAY

Susquehanna, PA…Officials at Penn Can Speedway have been forced to reschedule the big King of the Can ROC/IMCA Friday special to Sunday. Heavy overnight rain and drizzle forecast for Friday made the rain date necessary. The King of the Can ROC Modified 100 lap special along with the ROC Sportsman and IMCA modifieds will all be in action.

Saturday’s program featuring the BRC Late Model Topless 25, the Trackside Products Super Stock Tour, the Hurricane on the Hill Pure Stock Qualifier, the Central New York Mini Sprints, and the four cylinder special are still on schedule as planned.

EVENT INFORMATION:
SUNDAY SEPT 17
Gates Open: 3:00 Hot Laps 4:45 Racing: 5:30
Qualifying: Draw for heat race qualifying positions when you enter the track. Top heat qualifiers redraw for feature starting spots.
Grandstand General Admission: $18 Seniors/Students:$16 Youth (7-!0) $4 Six and under Free Pit Fees: $35
ROC Modified Pre-Race Entry: $15 (if received prior to Sept 13); $20 after that date.
ROC Sportsman Pre-Race Entry: $10 (if received prior to Sept 13); $15 after that date.
Modified Feature: 100 laps - cautions to count between laps 30 and 50. (no more than 5 caution laps will be logged in a row).
Race Distance: Modified 100 laps Sportsman 40 laps
General Race Rules: The standard motor, body, chassis and safety rules, based on 2005 DIRT rules, sail panels are allowed but must follow PCS Rule Book at www.penncan.com 
Saturday Sept. 16th:  Gates Open: 4:00 Racing: 6:30

Qualifying: Draw for heat race qualifying positions when you enter the track. Top heat qualifiers redraw for feature starting spots.
Grandstand General Admission: $12 Seniors/Students:$10 Youth (7-!0) $3 Six and under Free Pit Fees: $25
BRC Lazer Series Sponsored by Stone Excavating Topless 25
$750 To Win plus lap money
CNY Mini Sprints
$1000 to Win
Trackside Products Super Stock Tour
$500 To Win (22 car minimum) plus lap money 25 Lap Feature

Hurricane Qualifier for Pure Stocks
$500 To Win (24 car minimum) plus lap money 25 Lap Feature
Four Cylinder Special Thunder Mt. Afton, FMP Pup/Cat Rules
Full purse paid based on car count


KING OF THE CAN WEEKEND SET AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

Susquehanna, PA.The biggest race weekend of the year is on schedule at Penn
Can Speedway this Friday and Saturday September 15th and 16th. The annual
"King of the Can" weekend will feature two big nights of racing at the
Susquehanna County oval. Eight different feature events showcasing the best
racers in the area have been scheduled for the two day event. A Sunday rain
date will be used if either night is effected by the weather.
Friday the "King of the Can" modifieds will be the feature event. This Race
of Champions event will include the best racers Penn Can Speedway has to
offer challenged by the touring stars of the ROC Series. This will be the
first of three combination North South Tour races that will lead to the
crowning of this year's Race of Champions overall champion. Last season
Mitch Gibbs and Bobby Varin tied for the point championship. This year,
Jimmy Horton, a New Egypt Speedway regular won the South point title while
Mitch Gibbs beat out Bobby Varin in the North. While many invading stars are
expected at Penn Can for the series race, the local track favorites are
expected to come out in force to defend their home turf. In the two seasons
of ROC races at Penn Can, regulars are undefeated. Last year Alan Rudalavage
and Brian Weaver came home in the winners circle while in 2006 at the Hot
Summer Night Special Weaver again made a late race pass on Jeff Strunk to
claim the win.
Last year the "King of the Can" modified feature arguably might have been
the most exciting race ever run at Penn Can Speedway. Brian Weaver and the
invader Doug Hoffman hooked up in a torrid battle for the feature win
running the last five laps of the one hundred lap feature side by side.
Young Penn Can hot shoe Mike Gular came home third followed by ROC Champion
Mitch Gibbs, and Rick Virkitis. Again this year the modified tour event will
include qualifying events along with a big one hundred lap main event. The
companion Race of Champions Sportsman Tour will also be in competition
Friday. They will also compete in qualifying events along with a forty lap
feature. The IMCA modifieds will also be on the schedule competing in a
twenty lap event. Don's Automotive Mall will sponsor the night's racing.
Saturday racing resumes with five big divisions of racing. The BRC Late
Model Series sponsored by Stone Excavating will be in action in the Topless
25. This popular event will be the last race of the series. Joining the late
models will be the Central New York Mini Sprints making their first
appearance of the season at Penn Can Speedway. They will be competing in a
twenty lap event paying the winner a handsome $1000.
The Trackside Products Tour will make another start at Penn Can. The stars
of super/pro stock racing will converge on Penn Can competing in qualifying
heats and a big twenty five lap feature event paying the winner $500. (Based
on 22 cars)
The pure stocks will be racing in a Hurricane on the Hill Qualifying event.
The winner will get a spot in the Hurricane on the Hill race at Thunder
Mountain Speedway the following week. The twenty five lap feature event will
pay the winner $400 along with lap money along the way. This should attract
the best area pure stock racers to Penn Can Speedway.
The four cylinder stocks running regularly at Thunder Mountain, Afton, and
Five Mile Point will also be in competition for their first ever appearance
at the speedway. This huge Saturday special is sponsored by Gary's U-Pull-It
of Binghamton.
Gates open Friday at 5:00 pm with racing at 7:15 pm. On Saturday gates will
open at 4:00 pm with racing at 6:30.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


JOEY GRAMMES WINS THE BATTLE, BRIAN WEAVER WINS THE WAR AT PENN CAN
-Weaver locks up sixth consecutive Modified track title


(Susquehanna, Pa.).Joey Grammes drove to his third Modified victory of
the season on Friday night as he earned the victory in the 35 lap Pump 'n
Pantry 35 lap Season Championship event for the Modifieds. While Grammes
won the race, Brian Weaver clinched his sixth consecutive Modified track
championship with an seventh place finish. Mike Loney clinched the
Sportsman division championship with his third victory of the season
while Randall Paxton drove to his third Late Model feature win of the
season over Dave Zona, who clinched his second consecutive championship
with his runner-up finish. . Denny Decker won his twelfth Super Stock
feature of the season to pick up his second consecutive championship. Joe
George won his first Pure Stock feature with second finishing Mahlon
Shoemaker claiming the track championship in that division.
The 35 lap Modified feature event saw Steve Babicek jump out to the lead
and set the early pace. Eventual winner Joey Grammes started seventh and
wasted little time in working his way toward the front of the field. The
Kunkletown, Pa. Resident found the outside groove of the speedway to his
liking and Joey used that groove to drive his way toward the front of the
field. It took Joey only seven laps to make his way to the front of the
field as he was able to blast around the high side of Babicek to take
over the top spot.
While Grammes continued to show the way, the man on the move in the
middle stages of the event was Bill Huff. A caution flag just before the
halfway point for a minor incident at the rear of the field closed up the
pack and set up what would be an entertaining race at the head of the
field as off the restart, Huff began to pressure Grammes for the top
spot. With Grammes continuing to run the top side of the speedway, Huff
began to look to the low side, several times pulling alongside Grammes
entering the turns.
The two veteran drivers put on a show for the Penn Can fans as they spent
several laps racing side by side battling for the top spot. In fact, both
drivers led laps during this battle as Huff was able to nose ahead of
Joey a couple of time out of the fourth turn to just nose ahead at the
stripe, but Huff was never able to complete the pass. Grammes utilized
the momentum he had built up on the high side of the speedway to drive
back past Huff to maintain his lead. Though Huff would challenge Grammes
the rest of the way, Joey hung on to take the victory with Huff earning
the runner-up finish after a very strong run. Craig Terrell, Alan
Rudalavage, and Steve Babicek completed the top five running order. Bobby
Trapper, Brian Weaver, Mike Nagel, Brian Decker, and Mike Colsten
completed the top five finishing order.
Brian Weaver came into Championship Night with a 51 point advantage over
Joey Grammes. Knowing that he needed to finish only 15th or better to
claim his sixth consecutive track championship, Weaver drove a
conservative race to come home with a seventh place finish, good enough
to clinch his eighth overall Penn Can Speedway Modified championship.
Alan Rudalavage, Brian Weaver, and Joey Grammes topped the Modified heat
races.
In Sportsman division action, Taylor, Pa.'s Mike Loney completed a
championship season with his third feature win of the season, taking the
Sportsman division crown as well as his third feature win of the season.
It was a hard fought victory for Loney, as over the closing laps he had
to fight off a determined challenge from invader Danny Creeden to score
the victory. With Creeden applying heavy pressure, Loney drove an
absolutely flawless line as he was running the extreme inside groove of
the speedway. With Loney running the bottom, Creeden made a last ditch
effort on the final lap to go around the high side of Loney. Danny's move
came up just short as Loney was able to hold off the challenge and score
a hard earned victory and championship. Creeden finished second in his
tune-up run for this week's Race of Champions event while Paul Rooney,
Russ Zimmerman, and Dwayne Robbins finished third through fifth
respectively. Championship contender Jeff Crambo finished sixth to secure
the runner-up position in the final standings with Garth Tonkin Jr., Nick
Petrilak, Mike Lartz, and Les Gillette completing the top ten.
In Late Model action, Randall Paxton picked up his third feature win of
the season in exciting style. Paxton never saw the race lead until the
final turn of the final lap. For most of the race it appeared as if Dave
Zona, who had clinched his second consecutive Late Model championship by
starting the race, was on his way to victory, but Paxton had other ideas.
A late race caution flag bunched the field and set up what would prove to
be an exciting race to the finish. Exiting the fourth turn on the final
lap, Paxton was able to get a run to the low side of Zona and pull
alongside. With wheels banging and sparks flying, the two drivers made a
charge for the finish line with Paxton able to get to the checkers first
by a narrow margin over Zona. Dan Stone challenged for the lead in the
middle stages of the event but fell back to third at the finish with Bud
Phillips and Jamie Griffiths completing the top five finishing order.
Allen Coy, Tracy Gregory, Adam MacGeorge, Keith Mudge, and newcomer Mark
Malcolm rounded out the top ten finishers.
Jamie Griffiths, Tracy Gregory, and Allen Coy topped the Late Model heat
races.
In Super Stock action, Denny Decker not only claimed his second
consecutive Super Stock championship but also collected the $200 bounty
placed on him by speedway officials. When the bounty was announced,
Decker was given the opportunity to collect the bounty himself if he
could win three more features in a row, and Friday night's win was the
third since the bounty was announced, meaning that Decker colleted his
own bounty with his twelfth victory of the season. Harry Marvin Jr.
finished second behind Decker with Paul Strohl third over invaders Bill
Rampe and Rich Post. Tom Herman, Chris Hunsinger, Harry Marvin III, Chris
Piasecki, and James Millard completed the top ten.
Joe George came out on top of an three car race for the top spot to earn
his first ever Pure Stock feature win. George managed to hold off a late
challenge from Mahlon Shoemaker, who wrapped up the Pure Stock
championship with his runner-up finish. Shane Wolf finished third with
Kevin Beach and Tom Garren completing the top five. Butch Green finished
sixth while Charlie Gilbert recovered from a flat tire to finish seventh.
Homer Ferrante, Keith Wilkins, and Tom Groover rounded out the top ten
finishers.
Keith Wilkins and Tom Garren won the Pure Stock qualifying events.
The 2006 season finale comes this weekend with the annual running of the
"King of The Can" Championship Weekend. On Friday night, the Modifieds
and Sportsman take center stage with a pair of big events. The Modifieds
will be going 75 laps in the King of the Can Championship, which is a
combined race on the Race of Champions Dirt Tour. Joining the Modifieds
will be the Sportsman in a 40 lap Race of Champions Sportsman Series
event. This huge night of racing action gets underway at 7:15 P.M.
On Saturday night the Late Models take center stage for the annual
running of the "Topless 25", which is part of the BRC Lazer Challenge
Series. The Super Stocks will take part in a Trackside Products Series
Race and the Pure Stocks will be running a qualifier for the Hurricane on
the Mountain event. The Penn Dawgs, a four cylinder entry level division
planned to be a part of the weekly card in 2007 will make their debut on
Saturday night as well, along with an appearance by the Central New York
Mini Sprints. For more information, log onto Penn Can's official website
at www.penncan.com or contact the speedway office via telephone at
(570)-575-9928.
PUMP 'N PANTRY CHAMPIONSHIP NIGHT RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS: 1. JOEY GRAMMES 2. Bill Huff 3. Craig Terrell 4. Alan
Rudalavage 5. Steve Babicek 6. Bobby Trapper 7. Brian Weaver 8. Mike
Nagel 9. Brian Decker 10. Mike Colsten 11. Bill Thornton Jr. 12. Bill
Huff 13. Bill Reese 14. Chris Shupp 15. John Keller 16. Carl Nagel 17.
Brett Tonkin 18. Billy Jenkins 19. Dave Jenkins 20. Bill Miller 21.
Darwin Greene
SPORTSMAN: 1. MIKE LONEY 2. Danny Creeden 3. Paul Rooney 4. Russ
Zimmerman 5. Dwayne Robbins 6. Jeff Crambo 7. Garth Tonkin Jr. 8. Nick
Petrilak 9. Mike Lartz 10. Les Gillette 11. Eric Holmgren 12. Eric
Griffin 13. Grant Hilfiger 14. Dan Pompey 15. Rick Brown 16. Don Coldwell
17. Rick Thomas 18. Alex Tonkin 19. Frank Doty 20. Mike Nagel Jr. 21. Ken
Titus 22. Joey Colsten 23. Doc Young
LATE MODEL: 1. RANDALL PAXTON 2. Dave Zona 3. Dan Stone 4. Bud Phillips
5. Jamie Griffiths 6. Allen Coy 7. Tracy Gregory 8. Adam MacGeorge 9.
Keith Mudge 10. Mark Malcolm 11. R.J. Windhausen 12. Junior Grebe 13. Dan
Snyder 14. Jim O'Hara 15. Chris Wojnar 16. Brent Dyer 17. Jeremy Randall
18. Brett Spoor 19. Chad Hollenbeck
SUPER STOCK: 1. DENNY DECKER 2. Harry Marvin Jr. 3. Paul Strohl 4. Bill
Rampe 5. Rich Post 6. Tom Herman 7. Chris Hunsinger 8. Harry Marvin III
9. Chris Piasecki 10. James Millard 11. Matt Holmes
PURE STOCK: 1. JOE GEORGE 2. Mahlon Shoemaker 3. Shane Wolf 4. Kevin
Beach 5. Tom Garren 6. Butch Green 7. Charlie Gilbert 8. Homer Ferrante
9. Keith Wilkins 10. Tom Groover 11. Jon Carpenter 12. Chuck Towner Jr.
13. Nick Cicon 14. Ray Lindquist


KING OF THE CAN WEEKEND SET AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

Susquehanna, PA.The biggest race weekend of the year is on schedule at Penn
Can Speedway on Friday and Saturday September 15th and 16th. The annual
"King of the Can" weekend will feature two big nights of racing at the
Susquehanna County oval. Eight different feature events showcasing the best
racers in the area have been scheduled for the two day event. A Sunday rain
date will be used if either night is effected by the weather.
Friday the "King of the Can" modifieds will be the feature event. This
Race of Champions event will include the best racers Penn Can Speedway has
to offer challenged by the touring stars of the ROC Series. The modified
tour event will include qualifying events along with a big one hundred lap
main event. The companion Race of Champions Sportsman Tour will also be in
competition Friday. They will also compete in qualifying events along with a
forty lap feature. The IMCA modifieds will also be on the schedule competing
in a twenty lap event. Don's Automotive Mall will sponsor the night's
racing.
Saturday racing resumes with five big divisions of racing. The BRC Late
Model Series sponsored by Stone Excavating will be in action in the Topless
25. This popular event will be the last race of the series. Joining the late
models will be the Central New York Mini Sprints making their first
appearance of the season at Penn Can Speedway. They will be competing in a
twenty lap event paying the winner a handsome $1000.
The Trackside Products Tour will make another start at Penn Can. The stars
of super/pro stock racing will converge on Penn Can competing in qualifying
heats and a big twenty five lap feature event paying the winner $500. (Based
on 22 cars)
The pure stocks will be racing in a Hurricane on the Hill Qualifying
event. The winner will get a spot in the Hurricane on the Hill race at
Thunder Mountain Speedway the following week. The twenty five lap feature
event will pay the winner $400 along with lap money along the way. This
should attract the best area pure stock racers to Penn Can Speedway.
The four cylinder stocks running regularly at Thunder Mountain, Afton, and
Five Mile Point will also be in competition for their first ever appearance
at the speedway. This huge Saturday special is sponsored by Gary's U-Pull-It
of Binghamton.
Gates open Friday at 5:00 pm with racing at 7:15 pm. On Saturday gates
will open at 4:00 pm with racing at 6:30.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


PUMP-N-PANTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS FRIDAY AT PENN CAN

Susquehanna, PA.This Friday, September 8th, Penn Can Speedway will crown the
2006 season champions in all divisions. The Pump-N-Pantry sponsored
championship races will include extra laps and extra money in all divisions
plus championship points.

In the modified division, Brian Weaver has a fifty one point advantage on
Joey Grammes going into the championship race. Many of the other positions
in the top ten are also very close.

In the late model division Dave Zona sits on top of the points with Bud
Phillips and Jamie Griffiths both mathematically capable of catching Zona in
the late model point chase.

The Sportsman division is being lead by Mike Loney with Jeff Crambo only
34 markers behind. This is another division where the points are very close
through the top ten positions.

Denny Decker has captured his second super stock championship by winning
all of the regularly scheduled super stock races. He has only been defeated
in one special point race all season. The $200 bounty will still be in
effect one more week to see if anyone can beat Decker.

The pure stock battle for the 2006 point championship has been close all
season long. Two time Penn Can champion Charlie Gilbert has finally taken
the point lead. Trailing most of the season, Gilbert has been consistent all
season and with top finishes and a win this past Friday, Gilbert holds a
seventeen point lead over Maylon Shoemaker and Butch Green who are tied for
second.

Don't forget the following weekend in the big King of the Can two day
race extravaganza at Penn Can Speedway featuring the Race of Champions
Series for Modifieds and Sportsman Friday September 15th.

Gates open for the Friday show at 5:15 pm with racing at 7:15. For more
information about the upcoming races at Penn Can Speedway, please call the
speedway office at (570) 585-9928 or check out our web site at
www.penncan.com.

The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from both the Binghamton and Scranton areas. The speedway is
sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate partners including
Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry Stores, Trackside
Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto, American Race Tires,
and Sunoco Race Fuels.


KING OF THE CAN WEEKEND SET AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

Susquehanna, PA.The biggest race weekend of the year is on schedule at Penn
Can Speedway on Friday and Saturday September 15th and 16th. The annual
"King of the Can" weekend will feature two big nights of racing at the
Susquehanna County oval. Eight different feature events showcasing the best
racers in the area have been scheduled for the two day event. A Sunday rain
date will be used if either night is effected by the weather.
Friday the "King of the Can" modifieds will be the feature event. This
Race of Champions event will include the best racers Penn Can Speedway has
to offer challenged by the touring stars of the ROC Series. The modified
tour event will include qualifying events along with a big one hundred lap
main event. The companion Race of Champions Sportsman Tour will also be in
competition Friday. They will also compete in qualifying events along with a
forty lap feature. The IMCA modifieds will also be on the schedule competing
in a twenty lap event. Don's Automotive Mall will sponsor the night's
racing.
Saturday racing resumes with five big divisions of racing. The BRC Late
Model Series sponsored by Stone Excavating will be in action in the Topless
25. This popular event will be the last race of the series. Joining the late
models will be the Central New York Mini Sprints making their first
appearance of the season at Penn Can Speedway. They will be competing in a
twenty lap event paying the winner a handsome $1000.
The Trackside Products Tour will make another start at Penn Can. The
stars of super/pro stock racing will converge on Penn Can competing in
qualifying heats and a big twenty five lap feature event paying the winner
$500. (Based on 22 cars)
The pure stocks will be racing in a Hurricane on the Hill Qualifying
event. The winner will get a spot in the Hurricane on the Hill race at
Thunder Mountain Speedway the following week. The twenty five lap feature
event will pay the winner $400 along with lap money along the way. This
should attract the best area pure stock racers to Penn Can Speedway.
The four cylinder stocks running regularly at Thunder Mountain, Afton,
and Five Mile Point will also be in competition for their first ever
appearance at the speedway. This huge Saturday special is sponsored by
Gary's U-Pull-It of Binghamton.
Gates open Friday at 5:00 pm with racing at 7:15 pm. On Saturday gates
will open at 4:00 pm with racing at 6:30.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


MIKE COLSTEN, MIKE LARTZ, JAMIE GRIFFITHS, DENNY DECKER AND BUTCH GREEN
SHARE PENN CAN VICTORY LANE

(Susquehanna, Pa.).Penn Can Speedway narrowly beat out the weather on
Friday night as track officials ran off a fast pace show that clocked in
in less than three hours with the final checkered flag waving just past
10 PM. By running off an efficient show, Penn Can officials managed to
complete the entire racing card before the rains moved in less than 15
minutes after the final checkered flag. Binghamton, NY veteran Mike
Colsten drove to his first victory of the season in the 30 lap Modified
feature on Maines Foods night at the speedway. Mike Lartz won his fourth
Sportsman feature while Jamie Griffiths topped the 25 lap BRC Lazer
Challenge Series event for the Late Models. The $200 bounty placed on
Super Stock driver Denny Decker will carry over to next week as Decker
topped the feature event, his ninth win of the season. Butch Green
stepped into Jamie Batzel's Pure Stock machine and drove to his fifth
victory of 2006.
The 30 lap Modified feature came to the green flag with Chris Shupp and
Bobby Trapper pacing the field. Trapper able to get the drop on Shupp at
the drop of the green to take over the lead. Eventual winner Colsten made
his move early as he quickly moved from his fourth starting position to
run second behind Trapper. Sporting new tinwork that features an eye
catching blue and gold color scheme on his Don's Automotive Mall
sponsored machine, Colsten made his move to the front early as he powered
around Trapper for the lead on the fourth circuit.
Once out front, Colsten began to open up a bit of an advantage aboard his
Gabriel Racing Engines powered machine as behind him a battle was shaping
up for the runner-up position as Trapper, Mike Gular, and Joey Grammes
were locked in a battle for the runner-up position. The tight racing
between the three allowed Colsten to open a bit of a lead, however a
caution flag for a minor incident just prior to the halfway point bunched
the field up for a final double file restart.
As racing resumed, Colsten again pulled away from the field to a
comfortable lead. The man on the move following the restart was Joey
Grammes as the Kunkletown, PA veteran made his move on the outside of the
speedway. Grammes was able to sweep past Trapper and Gular to advance to
the runner-up position behind Colsten, who had opened up a half
straightaway lead by the time Grammes got to second.
Joey would spend the rest of the race trying to track down Colsten for
the lead,. Joey was able to whittle away at Colsten's advantage over the
closing laps, but was never able to get close enough to mount a serious
challenge. The leaders spent the final porition of the event racing in
lapped traffic, but Colsten worked the traffic masterfully to maintain
his lead. At the checkered flag it was Colsten taking the win by about 10
car lengths over Grammes. Mike Gular drove to a third place finish ahead
of Carl Nagel and Butch Getz. Bobby Trapper finished sixth ahead of Bill
Thornton Jr., Current point leader Brian Weaver began showing smoke late
in the event, but managed to nurse the car home for an eighth place
finish over Brian Decker and Ron Mawson.
Weaver now holds a 37 point lead over Grammes with two point races left
in the quest for the 2006 Penn Can Speedway championship.
Bobby Trapper, Butch Getz, and Mike Colsten won the Modified heat races.
In Sportsman action, Mike Lartz drove to his fourth win of the season
aboard his Keller Trucking/Lartz Transportation Specialties sponsored
entry. Lartz started fourth on the field and spent a good portion of the
race trying to track down a strong running Paul Rooney. Rooney grabbed
the lead from the pole and led the first 14 laps of the event before
Lartz was able to track him down. Lartz made the winning pass on the 14th
lap and led the remainder of the event to pick up the win over Rooney.
Current point leader Mike Loney finished third with his closest
challenger for the championship, Jeff Crambo, just behind in fourth. Joey
Colsten rounded out the top five finishers. Ken Titus was sixth over
Dwayne Robbins, Nick Petrilak, Dan Pompey, and Shawn Mills. Mike Loney
now holds a 20 point advantage over Crambo in the championship chase with
two point races left.
Paul Rooney, Alex Tonkin, and Mike Lartz won the Sportsman heats.
In Late Model action, Jamie Griffiths drove his Ford powered Late Model
to victory in the 25 lap Bernheisel Race Components (BRC) Lazer Challenge
Series feature. With the line-ups determined by the luck of the draw,
Griffiths started the feature in the eighth starting position. Outside
polesetter and current point leader Dave Zona jumped to the lead at the
drop of the green flag, dominating the early stages of the event as
Griffiths worked his way toward the front. A caution flag just prior to
halfway bunched the field and would prove to be the only break that
Griffiths would need. Jamie grabbed the lead from Zona with a daring
sweep around the top side of the speedway to take over the top spot. Once
out front, Griffiths would lead the remainder of the event to pick up his
fourth victory of 2006. Randall Paxton also worked past Zona to finish
second with Zona third. Bud Phillips and Dan Stone completed the top five
running order. Adam MacGeorge, Allen Coy, Tracy Gregory, Jim O'Hara, and
Keith Mudge were sixth through tenth respectively.
Tracy Gregory and Jamie Griffiths topped the Late Model heats.
In Super Stock action, even a $200 bounty could not slow down Denny
Decker as Decker drove to his ninth victory of the 2006 season. The only
man to beat Decker at Penn Can thus far in 2006, Jim Howard, made an
appearance to try to collect the bounty, but could do no better than
finish second behind Decker on Friday night. With the 20 lap event
running without a caution flag, Decker got to the front first and was
able to open up a straightaway lead over Howard by the time Howard was
able to get up to the runner-up position. Without a caution flag to close
up the field, Decker cruised to victory by a comfortable margin over
Howard. Paul Strohl, Tom Herman, and Harry Marvin Jr. rounded out the top
five. Chris Hunsinger, Chris Piasecki, Ken Taugher, Matt Holmes, and
James Millard were sixth through tenth. The $200 bounty remains in effect
for this week's racing action. Decker also took the win in the Super Sock
heat race.
After suffering a minor injury at work during the week, Jamie Batzel
chose not to race on Friday night. Instead, he turned over the controls
of his potent 27j machine over to Butch Green. Green started the feature
event third in the Batzel machine and quickly made his way to the front
of the field. Green would hold sway all the way to the finish, earning
his fifth win of the 2006. Charlie Gilbert drove to a solid runnerup
finish, which according to unofficial race night calculations will put
Charlie back in the point lead by two markers with two races left in the
point season. Bimmer Gulley drove to a career best third place finish
with Kevin Beach and Ray Lindquist rounding out the top five. Newcomer
Scott Smith finished sixth over Tom Garren, Joe George Jon Carpenter, and
Mahlon Shoemaker.
Butch Green and Ray Lindquist won the Super Stock heat races.
As part of youth night at the speedway, Dawn Dippel was on hand with her
coloring contest, awarding prizes to youngsters in all age groups for
displaying their artistic talents. Many race teams also provided hats,
t-shirts and other prizes which were given away to youngsters in
attendance on Friday night.
Credit for the efficiently run show also has to go to the Penn Can
drivers and race teams as well as to track officials. A total of 16
racing events (heats and features) were run and according to assistant
starter Jeff Wayman during those 16 events only eight caution flags were
needed. An average of one caution flag every two races is a statistic
that all of the drivers can be proud of.
Racing continues this Friday night at the Penn Can Speedway. With the
season rapidly winding down, every race is now critical in the chase for
the 2006 track championships. This Friday night will be the final regular
point show of the season leading into the September 8th Pump 'n Pantry
Championship night. The Modifieds, Sportsman, Late Models, Super Stocks
and Pure Stocks will all be in action on the first night of the Labor Day
Weekend. Racing gets underway at 7:15 P.M. For more information, log onto
Penn Can's official website at www.penncan.com or contact the speedway
office via telephone at (570)-575-9928.

RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS: 1. MIKE COLSTEN 2. Joey Grammes 3. Mike Gular 4. Carl Nagel 5.
Butch Getz 6. Bobby Trapper 7. Bill Thornton Jr. 8. Brian Weaver 9. Brian
Decker 10. Ron Mawson Jr. 11 Bill Huff 12. Steve Babicek 13. Chris Shupp
14. Bill Grammes 15. Mike Nagel 16. Bill Reese 17. Bill Miller 18. Darwin
Greene 19. Dave Jenkins 20. Craig Terrell 21. Jeremy Holt 22. Billy
Jenkins

SPORTSMAN: 1. MIKE LARTZ 2. Paul Rooney 3. Mike Loney 4. Jeff Crambo 5.
Joey Colsten 6. Ken Titus 7. Dwayne Robbins 8. Nick Petrilak 9. Dan
Pompey 10. Shawn Mills 11. Alex Tonkin 12. Rick Brown 13. Mike Nagel Jr.
14. Alex Konopka 15. Grant Hilfiger 17. Dave Carlin 18. Les Gillette 19.
Eric Griffin 20. Russ Zimmerman 21. Anthony Reggie DNS: Garth Tonkin Jr.

BRC LAZER CHALLENGE SERIES LATE MODELS: 1. JAMIE GRIFFITHS 2. Randall
Paxton 3. Dave Zona 4. Bud Phillips 5. Dan Stone 6. Adam MacGeorge 7.
Allen Coy 8. Tracy Gregory 9. Jim O'Hara 10. Keith Mudge 11. R.J.
Windhausen 12. Brett Spoor 13. Dan Snyder 14. Junior Grebe 15. Jeremy
Randall 16. Chad Hollenbeck

SUPER STOCK: 1. DENNY DECKER 2. Jim Howard 3. Pual Strohl 4. Tom Herman
5. Harry Marvin Jr. 6. Chris Hunsinger 7. Chris Piasecki 8. Ken Taugher
9. Matt Holmes 10. James Millard 11. Harry Marvin III

PURE STOCK: 1. BUTCH GREEN 2. Charlie Gilbert 3. Bimmer Gulley 4. Kevin
Beach 5. Ray Lindquist 6. Scott Smith 7. Tom Garren 8. Joe George 9. Jon
Carpenter 10. Mahlon Shoemaker 11. Don Russell Jr. 12. Matt Ruby 13.
Keith Wilkins 14. Chuck Towner Jr. 15. Dee Ramey 16. Rich Green


BRIAN DECKER WINS FIRST CAREER MODIFIED FEATURE AT PENN CAN

(Susquehanna, Pa.).Susquehanna, Pa.'s Brian Decker added his name to the
list of Modified feature winners at the Penn Can Speedway as the second
generation driver earned his first victory in Friday night's 30 lap
Modified feature on Keller Trucking night at the speedway. Dwayne Robbins
drove to his second consecutive Sportsman division feature win while
Jamie Griffiths notched his second Late Model feature of 2003. Denny
Decker continued his domination of the Super Stock class, winning his
seventh feature of the season while Jamie Batzel made it four feature
wins on the season in Pure Stock action. Brad Weaver earned his first
career Penn Can Speedway victory with his win in the IMCA Modified
feature.
For Brian Decker, he took control of the Modified feature early on as he
was in the top spot just three laps into the event.. Bobby Trapper led
the first two laps, but some tight racing between Trapper and Mike
Colsten found the two making contact, sending both to the rear of the
field. This turned the lead over to Decker, who would lead the final 28
laps of the feature event to pick up the win aboard his Dave Mead owned
Gary's U-Pull It/Cooper Tire sponsored Bicknell machine.
Current point leader Brian Weaver worked his way through the field from
his 14th starting position to run second behind Decker as the laps wound
down. Weaver was closing the gap on Decker, but his race took a turn for
the worse on the 28th circuit as brake failure sent Weaver up onto the
dirt bank between the third and fourth turn, dropping him to a 14th place
finish in the final rundown. Ironically, point runner-up Joey Grammes
also had a tough night as mechanical problems dropped him to a 17th place
finish in the final rundown. With three point races left, Weaver holds a
51 point advantage over Grammes in his quest for an unprecedented sixth
straight championship.
Weaver's incident brought out the caution flag and bunched the field for
a final restart. Decker executed a perfect restart to cement himself at
the front of the field as he would lead the final three laps to pick up
his first career win. The battle for the runner-up finish went right down
to the wire as Alan Rudalavage was able to work his way past Getz for the
second position on the restart from Weaver's incident. Getz would try to
make a run at Alan, but Rudalavage was able to hang onto the spot while
Getz collected a third place finish. Carl Nagel and Mike Gular completed
the top five. Bill Thornton Jr. finished sixth while Mike Colsten
recovered from his early race incident to finish seventh ahead of Ron
Mawson Jr. Bill Huff picked up the ride in the second Grammes Racing
entry after his car was damaged in a heat race incident and brought the
unfamiliar car home ninth with Bobby Trapper finishing tenth.
Joey Grammes, Mike Colsten, and Butch Getz won the three heat races.
In Sportsman action, Dwayne Robbins drove to his second consecutive
feature win. Robbins started the 20 lap event in the tenth starting
position, but charged his way forward to challenge early race leader Nick
Petrilak. Robbins took over the top spot on the 15th lap with an outside
sweep around the top side of Petrilak, who had led the first 15 laps of
the event. Petrilak made several attempts to retake the lead over the
closing laps, but Robbins was too strong and took the win. Petrilak's
runner-up finish was his best effort to date in his rookie season in the
sportsman class while current point leader Mike Loney protected his point
lead with a third place finish. Garth Tonkin Jr. and Joey Colsten rounded
out the top five. Dan Pompey, Mike Lartz, Grant Hilfiger, Ken Titus and
Jeff Crambo were sixth through tenth respectively.
Sportsman heat races were won by Grant Hilfiger, Mike Loney, and Joey
Colsten.
Jamie Griffiths drove his Ford powered Late Model to victory in the 20
lap Late Model feature, his second triumph of the 2006 season. It was a
hard earned victory for Griffiths as he had to hold off the challenges of
Randall Paxton over the closing laps to pick up the win. Griffiths was up
to the challenge as Paxton challenged him all the way to the finish, but
Griffiths never opened the door and took the win by a narrow margin over
Paxton. Bud Phillips led the early laps of the event before surrendering
the top spot to Griffiths, but hung on for a solid third place finish
ahead of Tracy Gregory and Allen Coy. R.J. Windhausen, was sixth with Dan
Snyder seventh. Keith Mudge finished eighth ahead of Keith Mudge and
newcomer Chuck Schutz.
Randall Paxton and Dave Zona topped the Late Model heat races.
Denny Decker continued his mastery of the Super Stock division as the
Afton, NY native drove to his seventh victory of the 2006 season. Decker
took over the top spot with a daring three wide move to work past Paul
Strohl and Harry Marvin Jr. for the top sot. Once out front, Decker led
the remainder of the event to score the win over Strohl and Marvin. Tom
Herman was fourth with Chris Hunsinger rounding out the top five. Harry
Marvin Jr., Ken Taugher, James Millard Jr. and Matt Holmes rounded out
the field.
Paul Strohl topped the Super Stock heat race.
Jamie Batzel picked up the win in the 15 lap Pure Stock feature, his
fourth win of the season. Batzel held off a challenge from Mahlon
Shoemaker and Charlie Gilbert over the closing laps to pick up the win.
Shoemaker topped current point leader Gilbert for second after some hard
side by side racing with Gilbert finishing third. Kevin Beach and Butch
Green rounded out the top five. Jon Carpenter, Keith Wilkins, Ray
Lindquist, Tom Garren, and Rich Green were sixth through tenth
respectively.
Kevin Beach and Jamie Batzel won the Pure Stock heat races.
Brad Weaver picked up his first career Penn Can Speedway feature win as
the second generation star drove to victory in the IMCA Modified feature.
The son of five time defending Modified champion Brian Weaver, Brad
slipped underneath Matt Cole just past the halfway point of the event to
take over the top spot. Brad would led the remainder of the event to
bring the Bob Chapman owned entry into victory lane. Matt Cole finished
second with his uncle Kevin Cole third and his father Joe Cole fourth.
Western Pennsylvania regular Ed Wilson towed all the way across the state
to come home with a fifth place finish while Gary Roberts rounded out the
field.
Brad Weaver also topped the IMCA Modified heat race.
Racing continues this Friday night at the Penn Can Speedway. With the
season rapidly winding down, every race is now critical in the chase for
the 2006 track championships. This Friday night, the Late Models take
center stage for a BRC Lazer Challenge Series race along with the
Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks, and Pure Stocks in competition as
well. Racing gets underway at 7:15 P.M. For more information, log onto
Penn Can's official website at www.penncan.com or contact the speedway
office via telephone at (570)-575-9928.

RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS: 1. BRIAN DECKER 2. Alan Rudalavage 3. Butch Getz 4. Carl Nagel
5. Mike Gular 6. Bill Thornton Jr. 7. Mike Colsten 8. Ron Mawson Jr. 9.
Bill Huff 10. Bobby Trapper 11. Chris Shupp 12. Darwin Greene 13. Steve
Babicek 14. Brian Weaver 15. Bill Miller 16. Jason Andrews 17. Joey
Grammes 18. Mike Nagel
SPORTSMAN: 1. DWAYNE ROBBINS 2. Nick Petrilak 3. Mike Loney 4. Garth
Toniin Jr. 5. Joey Colsten 6. Dan Pompey 7. Mike Lartz 8. Grant Hilfiger
9. Ken Titus 10. Jeff Crambo 11. Alex Konopka 12. Russ Zimmerman 13.
Shawn Mills 14. Mike Nagel Jr. 15. Alex Tonkin 16. Eric Griffin 17. Dave
Carlin 18. Joel Hilfiger 19. Rick Brown DNS: Paul Rooney
LATE MODEL: 1. JAMIE GRIFFITHS 2. Randall Paxton 3. Bud Phillips 4. Tracy
Gregory 5. Allen Coy 6. R.J. Windhausen 7. Dan Snyder 8. Jim O'Hara 9.
Keith Mudge 10 Chuck Schutz 11. Dave Zona 12. Adam MacGeorge 13. Brett
Spoor 14. Jeremy Randall 15. Chad Hollenbeck
SUPER STOCK: 1. DENNY DECKER 2. Paul Strohl 3. Harry Marvin Jr. 4. Tom
Herman 5. Chris Hunsinger 6. Harry Marvin III 7. Ken Taugher 8. James
Millard 9. Matt Holmes
PURE STOCK: 1. JAMIE BATZEL 2. Mahlon Shoemaker 3. Charlie Gilbert 4.
Kevin Beach 5. Butch Green 6. Jon Carpenter 7. Keith Wilkins 8. Ran
Lindquist 9. Tom Garren 10. Rich Green 11. Bimmer Gulley 12. Nate Evans
13. Chuck Towner Jr. 14. Nick Cicon 15. Mark Andrus 16. Dee Ramey 17.
Josh Towner DNS: Tom Groover
IMCA MODIFIEDS: 1. BRAD WEAVER 2. Matt Cole 3. Kevin Cole3 4. Joe Cole 5.
Ed Wilson 6. Gary Roberts


MIKE GULAR TOPS MODIFIEDS, MARES STELLEFOX AND SCOTT PURSELL SPLIT URC
SPRINT CAR FEATURES AT PENN CAN

(Susquehanna, Pa.) For the second time in 2006, Mike Gular topped the
Penn Can Modified field as he drove to victory in the 30 lap feature on
Rob's Market/Susquehanna Beverage night at the Speedway. After being
rained out back in May, the United Racing Company (URC) Sprint cars
returned with Mares Stellefox picking up her first URC victory since 1993
in the held-over feature while Scott Pursell drove to victory in the
nightcap. Dwayne Robbins drove to his first ever open wheel victory in
the 20 lap Sportsman feature while Randall Paxton won his first Late
Model feature of 2006. Mahlon Shoemaker won the 15 lap Pure Stock feature
event.
Gular's drive to victory in the 30 lap Modified feature started from the
ninth starting position as the early laps of the feature event saw Butch
Getz holding down the top spot with Bobby Trapper challenging. As Gular
worked his way toward the front of the field, Trapper and Getz were
contesting the top spot as Trapper worked Getz hard for the lead. They
would continue their battle through the first half of the race.
As the race reached the halfway point, Gular had moved to fourth behind
Getz, Trapper, and Alan Rudalavage with the top four cars now running
right together on the track. Disaster would strike Getz and Trapper on
the 17th lap as the two made contact while fighting for the lead, forcing
both to restart from the rear of the field. Their misfortune turned the
lead over to Rudalavage with Gular now scored second with Brian Weaver
third.
It would take Gular less than a lap to make what would prove to be the
winning pass as the Harleysville, PA native drove his TH Properties
sponsored Bicknell machine past Rudalavage and into the lead. Gular would
begin to open up and advantage over the battle for second as Weaver and
Rudalavage were locked in a battle for the runner-up spot. That lead
would be erased on a lap 27 caution flag, setting up a three lap dash to
settle the race.
Gular executed a perfect restart to open up a slight advantage while
Weaver was able to make a move on Rudalavage to advance to the runner-up
position. Over the final two laps, weaver, who came into the event riding
a four race winning streak, tried to close down on Gular, but Mike was
running stong and Weaver was not able to close the gap over the closing
laps.
At the finish line it was Gular taking the win by about five car lengths,
snapping Weaver's winning streak. Weaver finished second to increase his
point lead to 51 markers with Alan Rudalavage, Joey Grammes, and Carl
Nagel completing the top five. Bill Huff, Mike Colsten, Steve Babicek,
Bill Thornton Jr., and Ron Mawson Jr. were sixth through tenth
respectively.
Alan Rudalavage, Mike Colsten, and Butch Getz won the three Modified heat
races.
In URC Sprint Car action, Prospect Park, PA's Mares Stellefox pulled off
some last lap heroics to pick up the win. Stellefox, who had charged from
her 19th starting position waited until the final turn of the final lap
to make a big move to the inside of then race leader Junior Martin.
Stellefox drove past Martin off the turn to win her first URC feature
since 1993 and also become the first female driver to win in an open
wheel division at Penn Can. Martin finished second with teenager Davie
Franek finishing third. Bill Brian Jr. and current URC point leader Curt
Michael completed the top five. Kevin Welsh drove from 3rd starting
position to finish sixth ahead of Brook Weibley, Ed Aikin, Scott Pursell,
and Jamie Bodo.
The second 20 lap feature saw Frenchtown, NJ based veteran Scott Pursell
drive to his fifth career URC Sprint car feature win. Pursell took the
top spot on the second lap as he drove past Ed Aikin for the lead.
Pursell would lead the remainder of the way to pick up the victory by a
narrow margin over a fast closing Mark Bittner. Following the victory, a
very happy Pursell climbed the catch fence in celebration, much to the
delight of the Penn Can fans. Bill Brian Jr. finished third with Davie
Franek and Brook Weibley completing the top five. Kevin Welsh, Brian
Seidel, Mike Haggenbottom, Kramer Williamson, and Curt Michael completed
the top ten.
Bill Brian Jr. topped the URC Sprint Dash for Cash. No heat races were
run as qualifying was completed back in May.
Dwayne Robbins drove to his first career open wheel victory in the 20 lap
Sportsman division feature event. Robbins started fourth on the field and
took the lead on the third lap from early pacesetter Grant Hilfiger. Once
out front, Robbins dominated the remainder of the event, picking up the
win by a comfortable margin over second finishing Alex Konopka. Rookie
sensation Dan Pompey finished third ahead of point leader Mike Loney and
fellow rookie Nick Petrilak. Jeff Crambo, Eric Griffin, Ken Titus, Russ
Zimmerman and Ted Stout were sixth through tenth respectively.
Grant Hilfiger, Alex Konopka, and Dwayne Robbins topped the Sportsman
heat races.
Randall Paxton turned in a dominating performance as he drove to his
first victory of 2006 in the 20 lap Late Model feature. Paxton drove to
the lead from his fifth starting position in the early stages of the
event, building up a comfortable lead over point leader Dave Zona. Zona
tried to make a run at Paxton, but needed a caution flag in order to
catch Paxton, who had built a straightaway lead by the time Zona moved
into second. That caution never came and Paxton recorded the victory with
Zona protecting his point lead with a solid runner-up finish. Bud
Phillips led the early stages before settling for a third place finish
ahead of Tracy Gregory and Keith Mudge. Chad Hollenbeck, Allen Coy, Jim
O'Hara, Dan Snyder, and Brett Spoor made up the second half of the top
ten.
Keith Mudge and Dan Stone won the Late Model heat races.
In Pure Stock action, Mahlon Shoemaker drove to his third win of the 2006
season. Shoemaker started third and had the lead by the second lap when
early leader Kevin Beach retired from the event with mechanical problems.
Shoemaker came out on top of a wild four car battle that raged all the
way to the finish. With the top four cars crossing the finish line in a
tight pack, Shoemaker just managed to nose out Rich Green for the win.
Jon Carpenter crossed the line third, just ahead of Jamie Batzel as the
top four finished less than a second apart. Charlie Gilbert rounded out
the top five finishers. Ray Lindquist was sixth with Keith Wilkins,
seventh. Newcomer Dan Babcock finished eighth in his first Penn Can start
of the season with Bimmer Gulley and Ken Washburn completing the top ten.
Jamie Batzel, Butch Green, and John Carpenter won the Pure Stock heat
races.
Racing continues this Friday night at the Penn Can Speedway. With the
season rapidly winding down, every race is now critical in the chase for
the 2006 track championships. In addition to a full five division racing
card featuring the Modifieds, Sportsman, Late Models, Super Stocks and
Pure Stocks, the IMCA Modifieds will be on hand also, making their third
of four 2006 visits to Penn Can. Racing gets underway at 7:15 P.M. For
more information, log onto Penn Can's official website at www.penncan.com
or contact the speedway office via telephone at (570)-575-9928.

RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS: 1. MIKE GULAR 2. Brian Weaver 3. Alan Rudalavage 4. Joey
Grammes 5. Carl Nagel 6. Bill Huff 7. Mike Colsten 8. Steve Babicek 9.
Bill Thornton Jr. 10. Ron Mawson Jr. 11. Jason Andrews 12. Mike Nagel 13.
Chris Shupp 14. Bobby Trapper 15. Butch Getz 16. Bill Miller 17. Darwin
Greene 18. Brian Franko 19. Brian Decker

URC SPRINTS (20 laps Race #1): 1. MARES STELLEFOX 2. Junior Martin 3.
Davey Franek 4. Bill Brian Jr. 5. Curt Michael 6. Kevin Welsh 7. Brook
Weibley 8. Ed Aikin 9. Scott Pursell 10. Jamie Bodo 11. Mark Bittner 12.
Brooke Bowman 13. Gary Gollub 14. Davey Sammons 15. Mike Haggenbottom 16.
Greg Coverdale 17. Johnny Zimmerman 18. Chris Coyle 19. Robbie Stillwagon
20. Jimmy Stitzel 21. Brian Seidel 22. Jason Clauss 23. Kramer Williamson
DNS: Will Urkuski, Tim Hogue

URC SPRINTS (20 laps Race #2) 1. SCOTT PURSELL 2. Mark Bittner 3. Bill
Brian Jr. 4. Davey Franek 5. Brook Weibley 6. Kevin Welsh 7. Brian Seidel
8. Mike Haggenbottom 9. Kramer Williamson 10. Curt Michael 11. Davey
Sammons 12. Jamie Bodo 13. Jimmy Stitzel 14. Robbie Stillwaggon 15.
Johnny Zimmerman 16. Junior Martin 17. Danny Massey 18. Brooke Bowman 19.
Mares Stellfox 20. Gary Gollub 21. Ed Aikin 22. Greg Coverdale 23. Jason
Clauss

SPORTSMAN: 1. DWAYNE ROBBINS 2. Alex Konopka 3. Dan Pompey 4. Mike Loney
5. Nick Petrilak 6. Jeff Crambo 7. Eric Griffin 8. Ken Titus 9. Russ
Zimmerman 10. Ted Stout 11. Garth Tonkin Jr. 12. Joey Colsten 13. Mike
Mondak 14. Paul Rooney 15. Grant Hilfiger 16. Joel Hilfiger 17. Mike
Lartz 18. Alex Tonkin 19. Mike Nagel Jr.

LATE MODEL: 1. RANDALL PAXTON 2. Dave Zona 3. Bud Phillips 4. Tracy
Gregory 5. Keith Mudge 6. Chad Hollenbeck 7. Allen Coy 8. Jim O'Hara 9.
Dan Snyder 10. Brett Spoor 11. Jamie Griffiths 12. Brent Dyer 13. Junior
Grebe 14. Dan Stone

PURE STOCKS: 1. MAHLON SHOEMAKER 2. Rich Green 3. Jon Carpenter 4. Jamie
Batzel 5. Charlie Gilbert 6. Ray Lindquist 7. Keith Wilkins 8. Dan
Babcock 9. Bimmer Gulley 10, Ken Washburn 11. Tom Garren 12. Chuck Towner
Jr. 13. Nick Cicon 14. Dee Ramey 15. Joe George 16. Butch Green 17. Paul
Carpenter 18. Kevin Beach DNS: Tony Canute


URC SPRINT CARS AT PENN CAN FRIDAY AUGUST 11TH

Susquehanna, PA. The United Racing Club returns to Penn Can Speedway Friday
to compete the twice rained out sprint car show. The top sprint cars in the
URC organization will be presenting twin twenty lap feature events plus a
Dash for Cash. They will be joined by the Penn Can Speedway modifieds, late
models, sportsman, and pure stocks.
The URC Sprint Cars will be lead by Curt Michaels. Also expected to be in
competition will be last years winner Brian Seidel, ageless Kramer
Williamson, Dave Ely, Brooke Weibley, Kevin Welsh, Bill Brian, and over
thirty other URC veterans.
The United Racing Company is the nation's oldest touring sprint car
series. It conducts sprint car races throughout the east coast. This popular
brand of sprint car racing is a perfect fit for the three eighths mile Penn
Can oval. Two and three wide action is expected all around the spacious
oval. Drivers will compete in qualifying heat races along with a "B" Main
event to set the starting line-up for the twenty five lap feature event.
Gates will open for this big holiday weekend event at 5:00 pm with the
first qualifying event scheduled to get the green flag at 7:15.
Penn Can Speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
just a short drive from both the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more
information please contact the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or visit us
on the web at www.penncan.com. The speedway is sponsored in part for the
2006 season by great corporate partners including Don's Automotive Mall,
Pump-N-Pantry Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine
Line Auto, American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


BRIAN WEAVER, GARTH TONKIN Jr., ALLEN COY, DENNY SDECKER AND JAMIE BATZEL
ARE FRIDAY NIGHT PENN CAN WINNERS

(Susquehanna, Pa.) Five time defending Penn Can Speedway track champion
Brian Waver continued his late season roll on Friday night as he drove to
his fourth consecutive Modified victory on B.K. Norris Distributors night
at the speedway. Second generation driver Garth Tonkin Jr. won his second
Sportsman feature of the season while former Late Model champion Allen
Coy won his first of the season in Late Model action. Denny Decker
continued his winning ways in the Super Stock feature as he won his sixth
feature of the season with Jamie Batzel claiming his third Pure Stock
win.
Steve Babicek and Carl Nagel paced the Modified field to the green flag
with Babicek gabbing the lead at the drop of the green flag. the Modified
feature got off to a rocky start with five caution flags in the first six
laps slowing the action. Eventual winner Brian Weaver was able to
capitalize on the early cautions to move forward from his eleventh
starting position, making passes off the restarts while the field
remained bunched up. It didn't take Weaver long to move into contention
as he entered the top five just seven laps into the event.
Weaver's charge continued as by the tenth lap he had moved to second and
was closing down quickly on Babicek for the top spot. Weaver made what
would prove to be the winning move on the 13th lap as he was able to get
a run off the top side of the fourth turn to pull alongside Babicek .
Weaver completed the pass entering the first turn to take the spot away
from Babicek. Once out front, Weaver immediately began to open up a lead
on the field.
After the early caution flags, the remainder of the Modified feature
would run without a caution flag as Weaver began to stretch out his
advantage. Behind him, the battle was on for second as Bill Huff and Joey
Grammes had caught Babicek and the three were contesting the runner-up
position. Huff would eventually work past Babicek for second, but Weaver
had already built up a straightaway lead which Huff was not able to cut
into. Without a caution flag to tighten up the field, Weaver went on to
claim the victory by a comfortable margin over Huff. Grammes also worked
past Babicek to finish third with Babicek holding onto a fourth place
finish. Mike Nagel completed the top five finishers. Alan Rudalavage,
Brian Decker, Carl Nagel, Butch Getz, and Mike Colsten were sixth through
tenth respectively.
Eric Bonham, Carl Nagel, and Bill Huff won the Modified heat races.
Penn Can Speedway Management has suspended until further notice Ted
Hollenbeck, driver of the 26T modified, for his actions on the track
Friday evening.
Garth Tonkin Jr. rebounded from a disappointing Tuesday night event that
saw him break while leading on the final lap in a big way as he drove to
victory in the 20 lap Sportsman main event. Tonkin charged up through the
field from his eleventh starting position to battle younger brother Alex
for the top spot. After some side by side racing between the two
brothers, Garth emerged with the lead just past the halfway point. Garth
would go on to lead the rest of the 20 laps to pick up his second win of
2006. Dan Pompey's impressive rookie season continued with a strong
runner-up finish with championship contender Jeff Crambo finishing third.
Alex Tonkin finished fourth ahead of current point leader Mike Loney. Ken
Titus charged from scratch starting position to finish sixth with Dwayne
Robbins, Mike Nagel Jr., Joey Colsten, and Eric Griffin making up the
remainder of the top ten running order.
Garth Tonkin Jr., Grant Hilfiger, and Mike Loney topped the Sportsman
division heat races.
Former Late Model track champion Allen Coy picked up his first victory of
2006 as the Montrose, Pa. native drove to victory in the 20 lap Late
Model feature. Coy got to the lead early then had to hold off a
determined challenge from Bud Phillips. The two raced hard the entire
distance as Phillips pressured Coy all the way, as the two fought for the
top spot. Coy managed to hold off the challenge to pick up the win while
Phillips drove to a season's best runner-up finish. Jamie Griffiths
finished a solid third place with current Dave Zona finishing fourth.
Randall Paxton rounded out the top five finishers. Junior Grebe, Brett
Spoor, Chad Hollenback, Jim O'Hara, and Tracy Gregory completed the top
ten.
Bud Phillips and Randall Paxton topped the Late Model qualifying events.
Denny Decker continued his domination of the Super Stock division as he
earned his sixth victory of the 2006 season. Decker drove past Tom Herman
just past the halfway point to take over the lead and led the remainder
of the distance to pick up the win. Harry Marvin Jr. finished a solid
second with son Harry Marvin III finishing third. Paul Strohl finished
fourth with James Millard completing the top five finishing order. Ken
Taugher finished sixth with John Stanley, Darwin Greene, Tom Herman, and
Matt Holmes sixth through tenth respectively.
Darwin Greene and Denny Decker won the Super Stock heats.
Janie Batzel picked up the victory in the 15 lap Pure Stock feature, his
third of the season. Batzel was running third with two laps remaining,
but inherited the lead when Kevin Beach and Butch Greene tangled while
racing for the lead. Batzel made the most of the break, leading the final
two laps to pick up the win. "Chargin" Charlie Gilbert finished second to
Batzel with Jon Carpenter driving to a solid third place finish. Tom
Garren and Homer Ferrante completed the top five. Keith Wilkins, Bimmer
Gulley, Ray Lindquist, Tony Canute, and Butch Green rounded out the top
ten.
Jamie Batzel, Jon Carpenter, and Kevin Beach won the Super Stock heats.
It was Fan Appreciation Night at Penn Can Speedway as fans were invited
onto the speedway during intermission to meet and greet the drivers.
Almost every driver in the pits participated in Fan Appreciation Night,
with many having candy and other giveaways for the fans. As part of Fan
Appreciation Night festivities, Kimberly Morden was introduced as the new
Miss Penn Can Speedway.
Racing continues this Friday night at the Penn Can Speedway. With the
season rapidly winding down, every race is now critical in the chase for
the 2006 track championships. The United Racing Company Sprint Cars make
their return to Penn Can this Friday night, August 11th, running a pair
of 20 lap feature events. Racing gets underway at 7:15 P.M. For more
information, log onto Penn Can's official website at www.penncan.com or
contact the speedway office via telephone at (570)-575-9928.

RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS: 1. BRIAN WEAVER 2. Bill Huff 3. Joey Grammes 4. Steve Babicek
5. Mike Nagel 6. Alan Rudalavage 7. Brian Decker 8. Carl Nagel 9. Butch
Getz 10. Mike Colsten 11. Mike Gular 12. Kevin Bates 13. Jason Andrews
14. Darwin Greene 15. Bill Miller 16. Chris Shupp 17. Eric Bonham 18.
Bobby Trapper 19. Brian Franko DQ: Ted Hollenbeck

SPORTSMAN: 1. GARTH TONKIN JR. 2. Dan Pompey 3. Jeff Crambo 4. Alex
Tonkin 5. Mike Loney 6. Ken Titus 7. Dwayne Robbins 8. Mike Nagel Jr. 9.
Joey Colsten 10. Eric Griffin 11. Joel Hilfiger 12. Frank Bonham 13. Andy
Stout 14. Paul Rooney 15. Grant Hilfiger 16. Alex Konopka 17. Tom Witko
18. Rick Brown 19. Anthony Reggie 20. Nick Petrilak 21. Chris Wood 22.
Mike Lartz 23. Jamie Yankowski DQ: Russ Zimmerman

LATE MODEL: 1. ALLEN COY 2. Bud Phillips 3. Jamie Griffiths 4. Dave Zona
5. Randall Paxton 6. Junior Grebe 7. Brett Spoor 8. Chad Hollenbeck 9.
Jim O'Hara 10. Tracy Gregory 11. Dan Snyder 12. Brent Dyer 13. Keith
Mudge DNS: R.J. Windhausen

SUPER STOCK: 1.DENNY DECKER 2. Harry Marvin Jr. 3. Harry Marvin III 4.
Paul Strohl 5. James Millard Jr. 6. Ken Taugher 7. John Stanley 8. Darwin
Greene 9. Tom Herman 10. Matt Holmes 11. Chris Piasecki 12. Chris
Hunsinger

PURE STOCK: 1. JAMIE BATZEL 2. Charlie Gilbert 3. Jon Carpenter 4. Tom
Garren 5. Homer Ferrante 6. Keith Wilkins 7. Bimmer Gulley 8. Ray
Lindquist 9. Tony Canute 10. Butch Green 11. Eric Beach 12. Josh Towner
13. Chad Stone 14. Kevin Beach 15. Tom Groover 16. Joe George 17. Nick
Cicon 18. Mahlon Shoemaker 19. Dee Ramey DNS: Glenn Robinson


BRIAN WEAVER AND DANNY CREEDEN WIN ON "HOT SUMMER NIGHT" AT PENN CAN

(Susquehanna, Pa.) If ever there was a racing card that lived up to its
name it was Tuesday nights "Hot Summer Nights" event at the Penn Can
Speedway. With temperatures hovering near the century mark, it was
certainly a hot summer night as Don's Automotive Mall and BPG Racing
sponsored the annual Mid-Week special at the Penn Can Speedway. The on
track action was as hot as the weather as Brian Weaver topped a talent
laden field to score his third consecutive victory at Penn Can as the
five time defending champion came home the winner of the 75 lap Race of
Champions South Region feature. Middletown, NY's Danny picked up his
first ever Penn Can victory in the 40 lap Race of Champions Sportsman
Tour event.
With the feature line-up set by the luck of the draw, Carl Nagel and Alan
Rudalavage paced the 26 car field to the green flag. At the drop of the
green, Rudalavage powered his Quinn's Market - Pine Line Auto Sales
sponsored entry into the lead. Rudalavage would dominate the early stages
of the feature, moving out to a straightaway lead in the early stages of
the event.
With Rudalavage continuing to lead, behind him the battle was heating up
for the runner-up position as Danny Johnson, Jeff Strunk, Stewart
Friessen, Joey Grammes, and Brian Weaver were locked in a tight battle
for the second position. As Rudalavage continued to lead, the show was
for the runner-up position with plenty of side by side racing and
positions swapping nearly every lap. This battle continued throughout the
first half of the event as the tight pack of cars weaved their way
through lapped traffic all the time each driver looking for an advantage
on the other.
As the race passed the halfway point, Rudalavage continued to lead with
Strunk, piloting the backup Grammes Racing machine formerly driven by
Mitch Gibbs, was working the high side of the speedway. Jeff was able to
establish himself in the runner-up position. A few lap later, Weaver made
a move into third and also began to move away from the pack.
As the race entered the final third, Strunk and Weaver were beginning to
close the gap to Rudalavage, who continued to set the pace. Strunk was
able to close the distance on Rudalavage, pulling right to Alan's rear
bumper with Weaver also quickly closing in, setting up a three way battle
for the top spot. After several laps of hard racing up front, Strunk was
able to slip past Rudalavage to take over the top spot on the 64th lap.
Weaver also worked past Rudalavage a lap later and set off in pursuit of
Strunk for the top spot as Rudalavage began to fade back a bit.
With Strunk now holding down the top spot, Weaver began to pressure
Strunk. For several laps, Weaver looked to the low side of Strunk, but
Jeff was parked solidly in the low groove, not opening the door for
Weaver. After several laps of trying to low groove, Weaver then went to
the top side of the speedway. Brian made what would prove to be the
winning move exiting the fourth turn on the 70th lap. Weaver got a big
run on Strunk exiting the fourth turn, pulling alongside Strunk down the
front stretch and completing the winning pass as they headed off into the
first turn.
Weaver would pull away from Strunk over the final five laps to take the
checkered flag and collect the $4,000 top prize. Strunk drove to a
runner-up finish. Over the closing laps, Danny Johnson was the fastest
car on the track, but "The Doctor" simply ran out of laps and recorded a
third place finish. Stewart Friessen drove the Roger Heroux owned R24 to
a fourth place finish while Alan Johnson rounded out the top five
finishers. Former two time Sportsman champion Kevin Bates finished sixth
while Alan Rudalavage finished seventh after leading 63 laps. Joey
Grammes, Bobby Trapper, and polesetter Carl Nagel completed the top ten
finishing order.
Jeff Strunk, Mike Colsten, Joey Grammes, and Brian Weaver won the four
Modified heat races. Steve Bottcher topped the consolation event.
The 40 lap Race of Champions Sportsman Tour event came to the green flag
with Ken Titus and Justin Holland pacing the field to the green flag.
Titus jumped out to the early lead, setting the pace for the first two
laps before third starting Garth Tonkin Jr. was able to work past Titus
into the lead.
Tonkin would go on to lead the next 36 laps of the event with Titus
pressuring him all the way. The two Penn Can regular put on a show for
the Penn Can fans as Titus worked all over Tonkin for the lead, but Garth
was able to hold off the challenge and hang onto the top spot.
Tonkin would continue to lead to the final lap, taking the white flag as
the race leader, but the entire complexion would change on the final lap.
Coming down the backstretch, Tonkin's machine suddenly showed a puff of
smoke and lost power entering the third turn. Titus, running directly
behind had no place to go and got into the rear of Tonkin's disabled
machine, damaging the front end of his machine.
Third running Danny Creeden turned out to be the benefactor of Tonkin and
Titus' misfortune as the second generation driver from Middletown, NY
took advantage of the situation. Creeden was running the high groove and
was able to successfully dodge the incident ahead of him. Creeden
suddenly found himself with the race lead with less than a lap to go.
Danny flashed under the twin checkered flags to pick up his first ever
Penn Can victory and collect the $1,000 winner's share of the purse.
Behind Creeden, Dan Pompey also managed to avoid the third turn incident
and come home with a second place finish. Titus managed to limp his
crippled machine across the finish line to score a third place finish
with Matt Janczuk fourth in his first eve Penn Can start. Mike Lartz
completed the top five running order. Kyle Weiss finished sixth ahead of
Kyle Lewis, Billy Tanner, Shawn Walker, and Alex Tonkin. After leading
the majority of the event, Garth Tonkin was scored 15th as he was not
able to make it back to the finish line and wound up scored the final car
on the lead lap.
Shawn Walker, Garth Tonkin Jr., and Ken Titus won the Sportsman
qualifying events.
Racing continues this Friday night at the Penn Can Speedway. With the
season rapidly winding down, every race is now critical in the chase for
the 2006 track championships. The United Racing Company Sprint Cars make
their return to Penn Can this Friday night, August 11th, running a pair
of 20 lap feature events. Racing gets underway at 7:15 P.M. For more
information, log onto Penn Can's official website at www.penncan.com or
contact the speedway office via telephone at (570)-575-9928.

DON'S AUTOMOTIVE MALL/BPG RACING HOT SUMMER NIGHTS RACE SUMMARY:
RACE OF CHAMPIONS SOUTH SERIES MODIFIEDS (75 laps) 1. BRIAN WEAVER 2.
Jeff Strunk 3. Danny Johnson 4. Stewart Friessen 5. Alan Johnson 6. Kevin
Bates 7. Alan Rudalavage 8. Joey Grammes 9. Bobby Trapper 10. Carl Nagel
11. Brett Tonkin 12. Rick Laubach 13. Jimmy Horton 14. Alan Kellogg 15.
Steve Bottcher 16. John Lutes Jr. 17. Chris Weaver 18. Mike Colsten 19.
Robbie Fairweather 20. Ted Hollenbeck 21. Mike Gular 22. Jim Crawn 23.
Darwin Greene 24. Ryan Watt 25. Rick Grosso 26. Rich Keehle

RACE OF CHAMPIONS NORTH SERIES SPORTSMAN (40 laps) 1. DANNY CREEDEN 2.
Dan Pompey 3. Ken Titus 4. Matt Janczuk 5. Mike Lartz 6. Kyle Weiss 7.
Kyle Lewis 8. Billy Tanner 9. Shawn Walker 10. Alex Tonkin 11. Steve Way
12. Joey Colsten 13. Eric Griffin 14. Rick Brown 15. Garth Tonkin Jr. 16.
Mike Nagel Jr. 17. Mike Loney 18 Josh Pursell 19. Bobby Yeager 20. Andy
Stout 21. Justin Holland 22. Eric Holmgren 23. Chris Wood 24. Anthony Reggie


BRIAN WEAVER, JEFF CRAMBO, MIKE SMITH, DAVE ZONA, AND BUTCH GREEN ARE
FRIDAY NIGHT WINNERS AT PENN CAN


(Susquehanna, Pa.) With afternoon showers and storms giving way to a
picture perfect summer evening, the Penn Can Speedway's Pump 'n Pantry
sponsored Mid Season Championship night went on as scheduled last Friday
night. Brian Weaver lengthened his point lead in his quest for an
unprecedented sixth consecutive Modified championship with his third
feature win of the 2006 season. Jeff Crambo bagged his second Sportsman
feature of the season while Dave Zona turned in a dominating performance
to win the BRC Lazer Challenge Series Late Model feature. The IMCA
Modifieds were on hand for their second of four races in 2006 with
Arkport, NY's Mike Smith picking up the victory. Butch Green topped the
Pure Stock feature for his fourth win of 2006.
Steve Babicek and Carl Nagel brought the Modified field down to the green
flag with Babicek grabbing the lead. Steve would lead the opening
circuits before Alan Rudalavage advanced from his fifth starting position
to take over the top spot. Meanwhile, eventual winner Weaver was making
tracks through the field, advancing from his eleventh starting position
to move into a challenging position behind Rudalavage and Babicek.
Weave was able to dispatch Babicek and set his sights on Rudalavage.
Weaver quickly moved his Decker Logging sponsored Bicknell entry to
Rudalavage's rear bumper and made what would prove to be the winning pass
on lap ten as he dropped underneath Rudalavage exiting the fourth turn
and complete the pass entering the first turn. Once out front, Weaver was
able to establish a bit of a lead as behind him, the battle heated up for
the second position as Mike Gular and Joey Grammes had both made their
way through the field to challenge Rudalavage for the second position.
With Rudalavage, Gular, and Grammes locked in a tight battle for
position, Weaver was able to open up his lead while the other three
drivers put on a show for the Penn Can fans as they raced hard, swapping
positions nearly every lap.
A caution flag on the 22nd lap for a minor incident bunched the field
with Weaver having a pair of lapped cars between himself and the battle
for second place. When the green flag waved, Weaver was able to utilize
the two lapped cars to open up a bit of a lead while his challengers had
to deal with the lapped cars while simultaneously battling each other for
second. Gular, Grammes, and Rudalavage eventually cleared the lapped
traffic, but Weaver had opened up a 15 car length lead and their only
hope to challenge would be another caution flag. That caution came on lap
27, setting up a final three lap dash to the finish.
With no lapped cars between himself and second place, Weaver executed a
perfect restart. Second running Mike Gular made his move entering the
first turn as he was able to get his front wheels alongside Weaver's
quarter panel entering the turn. This would be as close as anyone would
get to Weaver as Mike's front end pushed and he had to lift momentarily.
This bottled things up behind him as Weaver was able to open up enough of
a lead to run off the final three laps to pick up the win without a
further challenge. Gular crossed the line second while Grammes worked
past Rudalavge in the closing stages to finish third with Rudalavage
finishing fourth. Mike Colsten completed the top five. Carl Nagel, Bill
Thornton Jr., Bill Huff, Butch Getz, and Steve Babicek completed the top
ten finishing order.
Alan Rudalavage, Butch Getz, and Steve Babicek topped the Modified heat
races.
In Sportsman action, Jeff Crambo drove his Acuity Vision Center sponsored
Bicknell machine to his second victory of the 2006 campaign. Crambo
grabbed the lead on the sixth lap, then held off a very determined
challenge from Mike Lartz to pick up the win. At one point, Lartz was
able to drive past Crambo on the backstretch, but the caution flag waved
before the lap was complete, negating the pass. This would be the only
break Crambo would need as he was able to hold off Lartz the remainder of
the way to pick up the victory. Lartz finished a solid second just behind
Crambo with Garth Tonkin Jr., Alex Konopka, and Dan Pompey finishing
third through fifth. Joey Colsten crossed the line in sixth ahead of
current point leader Mike Loney, Ken Titus, rookie Eric Griffin, and
Dwayne Robbins.
Mike Lartz, Garth Tonkin Jr., and Nick Petrilak won the Sportsman
qualifying events.
Dave Zona turned in a dominating performance to pick up the win in the
BRC Lazer Challenge Series feature for the Late Models. Wit the staring
line-up set via luck of the draw, Zona started fifth on the field. Dave
made his move early, taking the top spot form Brett Spoor on the second
lap. Once out front, Zona dominated the remainder of the event. With the
first half of the race running without a caution flag, Zona had built up
nearly a half lap lead on the field before the race's only caution flag
waved. At that point, Zona had six lapped cars between himself and the
battle for second place between Jamie Griffiths and Dan Stone. When the
green flag waved, Zona was able to once again open a big lead with
Griffiths and Stone were left to battle the lapped cars as well as each
other. Zona would go on to pick up the win by a large margin over Dan
Stone and Jamie Griffiths. Tracy Gregory and Randall Paxton completed the
top five running order. Bud Phillips, Allen Coy, R.J. Windhausen, Jim
O'Hara, and Brett Spoor scored sixth through tenth respectively.
Brett Spoor and Dave Zona topped the late Model preliminary events.
The IMCA Modifieds made their second of four appearances at Penn Can on
Friday night. Arkport, NY's Mike Smith turned in a dominating performance
to pick up the win in the 15 lap feature. Smith held off a late challenge
from Kevin Cole to pick up the win. Perhaps the most impressive drive of
the night came from Kevin's nephew, Nick Cole. Nick finished third in his
first ever race, taking the wheel of the Bob Chapman #12 when regular
driver Brad Weaver was unable to drive due to an injury in the pits. Sean
Lias finished fourth with Rich Talada completing the top five. Mike
Stoddard, Joe Cole, Tyler Stoddard, Gary Roberts, and Ed Wilson were
sixth through tenth.
Mike Smith and Sean Lias won the IMCA Modified heat races.
Butch green drove to his fourth feature win in Pure Stock action. Green
passed John Carpenter for the lead early on and lead the remainder of the
event to score the win. Carpenter turned in a season's best second place
finish with Steve Polhemus third. Homer Ferrante and Joe George rounded
out the top five. Keith Wilkins, Charlie Gilbert, Chad Stone, Tom
Groover, and Mahlon Shoemaker rounded out the top ten.
Butch Green and Kevin Beach won the pure Stock heat races.
Racing continues this Friday night at the Penn Can Speedway. With the
season rapidly winding down, every race is now critical in the chase for
the 2006 track championships. The Modified, Sportsman, Late Models, Super
Stocks, and Pure Stocks will all be in action this Friday night. Racing
gets underway at 7:15 P.M. For more information, log onto Penn Can's
official website at www.penncan.com or contact the speedway office via
telephone at (570)-575-9928.

PUMP 'n PANTRY MID SEASON CHAMPIONSHIP RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS: 1. BRIAN WEAVER 2. Mike Gular 3. Joey Grammes 4. Alan
Rudalavage 5. Mike Colsten 6. Carl Nagel 7. Bill Thornton Jr. 8. Bill
Huff 9. Butch Getz 10. Steve Babicek 11. Jim Gabriel Jr. 12. Bobby
Trapper 13. Brian Decker 14. Eric Bonham 15. Mike Nagel 16. George
Suprick 17. Bill Miller 18. Darwin Greene 19. Ted Hollenbeck 20. Ron
Mawson Jr. 21. Alan Kellogg 22. Ray Deemer DNS: Chris Shupp

SPORTSMAN: 1. JEFF CRAMBO 2. Mike Lartz 3. Garth Tonkin Jr. 4. Alex
Konopka 5. Dan Pompey 6. Joey Colsten 7. Mike Loney 8. Ken Titus 9. Eric
Griffin 10. Dwayne Robbins 11. Nick Petrilak 12. Frank Bonham 13. Mike
Nagel Jr. 14. Alex Tonkin 15. Russ Zimmerman 16. Grant Hilfiger 17. Jamie
Yanowski 18. Andy Stout 19. Joel Hilfiger 20. Stanley Wilkins

IMCA MODIFIEDS: 1. MIKE SMITH 2. Kevin Cole 3. Matt Cole 4. Sean Lias 5.
Rich Talada 6. Mike Stoddard 7. Joe Cole 8. Tyler Stoddard 9. Gary
Roberts 10. Ed Wilson 11. Ricky Hunsinger 12. Mark Griffin 13. Jay Conroy

BRC LAZER CHALLENGE SERIES LATE MODELS: 1. DAVE ZONA 2. Dan Stone 3.
Jamie Griffiths 4. Tracy Gregroy 5. Randall Paxton 6. Bud Phillips 7.
Aleen Coy 8. R.J. Windhausen 9. Jim O'Hara 10. Brett Spoor 11. Keith
Mudge 12. Chad Hollenbeck 13. Dan Snyder 14. Anthony Reggie

PURE STOCKS: 1. BUTCH GREEN 2. John Carpenter 3. Matt Polhemus 4. Homer
Ferrante 5. Joe George 6. Keith Wilkins 7. Charlie Gilbert 8. Chad Stone
9. Tom Groover 10. Mahlon Shoemaker 11. Ray Lindquist 12. Chuck Towner
Jr. 13. Kurt Decker 14. Nick Cicon 15. Kevin Beach 16. Tony Canute 17.
Jamie Batzel 18. Tom Garren


ROC MODIFIED AND SPORTSMAN SPECIAL SCHEDULED AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

Susquehanna, PA .. Tuesday August 1st will be a special night of racing at
Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania. The Don's Automotive Mall
Hot Summer Night Special sponsored by BPG Motorsports returns to Penn Can
featuring the mighty modifieds and the potent sportsman. This two division
mid-week special has always proved to be an exciting night of racing. This
year should not be different as the Race of Champions Modified and
Sportsman Series racers will be in competition for the top spot in their
respective feature events.
The ROC modifieds will compete in a special seventy five lap special
paying the winner a handsome $4000 with an added $500 bonus for the highest
finishing small block. The race will pay a minimum of $200 to take the
green. All cars will draw for qualifying positions in their heat races. The
top cars in the heats will then redraw for starting positions in the feature
event. Race of Champions rules will be in effect which will allow sail
panels meeting the Penn Can specifications.
The ROC sportsman portion of the show will consist of qualifying heats and
a big forty lap feature event paying the winner $1000. Race of Champions
rules will be in effect. All cars will draw for their starting positions in
their heat races with the top finishers redrawing for the feature event.
The Race of Champions modified race will be the fourth race of the
southern division. After races at Big Diamond Raceway and New Egypt Speedway
veteran Jimmy Horton is on top of the points followed closely by the father
and son team of Billy Pauch Sr and Billy Pauch Jr. Rounding out the top five
are Rick Laubach and Ray Swinehart. Track champion Brian Weaver sits in the
twelfth place coming home to Penn Can. Last year home track favorite Alan
Rudalavage defended the home turf by beating a stellar field of over forty
modifieds.
The Race of Champions Sportsman race will be a north region event. The
first Race of Champions Sportsman race in May was won by Kyle Weiss. While
that was a southern region race, many of the southern teams are expected to
challenge the Penn Can regulars and best of the north region. The race
should be an all star sportsman classic.
Gates will open at 5:00 with the first heat scheduled at 7:15. The
speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a short
drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information call the
speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


ASCS PATRIOT SPRINTS CARS COMING TO PENN CAN SPEEDWAY FRIDAY

Susquehanna, PA..Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania will host
the Bobcat of Buffalo ASCS Patriot Sprint Car Group Friday July 21st for
their annual visit to the fast three eighths mile oval. Joining the Patriot
Sprints will be the Penn Can Speedway modifieds, sportsman, and pure stocks.
The Trackside Products Super Stock Tour will also be in competition. The
late models have the night off but will be in competition at Five Mile Point
Saturday.

The last two seasons sprint car ace Chuck Hebing of Ontario, New York has
owned Penn Can Speedway. He has been able to lead every lap in route to
victories in 2004 and 2005. This year Hebing will have his hands full with
Don Adamczyk, Nick Bashford, Bryan Howland, Geoff Quackenbush and a host of
other Patriot standouts. Also expected is home track favorite George
Suprick, former Patriot Sprint Group Champion, from Clarks Summit who is
running a limited schedule in 2006.

With weather being such a big factor during the early season, Penn Can
Speedway is back in action with all their popular divisions. Leading the way
in early July is modified standout Joey Grammes who has back-to-back wins.
His main competition weekly comes from a group of modified stars lead by
seven time track champion Brian Weaver. Weaver is joined by 2006 feature
winners Mitch Gibbs, Carl Nagel, Mike Gular plus the area's most exciting
modified field.

The Trackside Products Super Stock Tour also has had its weather related
problems. The tour will be back in action Friday with super stock drivers
from area speedways coming to Penn Can to compete in the fifth race of the
tour. Denny Decker will lead a strong group of super stock drivers to Penn
Can including Jim Howard, Bill Rempe, Dave Luff, Paul Strohl, Wade Decker,
and Les Gillette.

The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. Gates open at 5:00 with
racing at 7:15. For more information call the speedway office at
570-585-9928 or check our web page at www.penncan.com.

The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


LEGENDS OF PENN CAN NIGHT A HUGE SUCCESS

Susquehanna, PA.The first ever "Legends of Penn Can Night" held Friday July
14th must be considered a major success as over thirty five veterans
returned to the speedway to be part of the popular event. The large
gathering of former Penn Can stars were introduced to the large crowd and
shared some of their fond memories with Penn Can Speedway announcer Leon
Andrus during intermission. Andrus, a fixture himself at the speedway for
many years, shared many of his many recollections of the drivers present
entertaining all those in attendance. Former drivers making an appearance
included some of the great stars of Penn Can's past including Don, Roger,
and Gary Beagell, Pete Kozak, Stubby Stevens, Gordy Isham, Eddie Rafferty,
Red Harrington, Carl Nagel, Buzz Gulick, Bud Carey, and many more too
numerous to name. Former promoters Seward Rice and Harry Marvin along with
long-time announce Cal Arthur were also on hand.
The legend theme of the evening was highlighted by two special races. The
Mid State Antique Stock Car Club was on hand to present their special brand
of racing on the speedway as well as setting up a fine display behind the
main grandstand with the restored coupe of Penn Can favorite Chuck Akulis
and a car owned by Mel Ogden in original condition waiting to be restored.
Veteran car owner John Mason set up shop answering questions for all those
fans interested in the history of the cars on display and answering more
questions about Penn Can history. The Mid State race was won in the 50's
division by Larry Witter and Tom Toomey was the 60's winner.
The second featured race was run for the Penn Can pure stocks. The "Pappy
Beavan Memorial" is run annually in honor of the track founder. It always
features the entry level pure stocks at the speedway. Maylon Shoemaker of
Johnson City, New York held off a strong field to collect the $300 top
prize.
The first ever "Legends Night" was such a success plans will now be
started to make this an annual affair at Penn Can Speedway. Racing will
continue at the speedway every Friday throughout the summer into mid
September.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
Stone Excavating, American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


MIKE GULAR TOPS PENN CAN MODIFIED FIELD

(Susquehanna Pa.) Harleysville, Pa.'s Mike Gular powered to victory in
Friday night's 30 lap feature to earn his second win of 2006 on Gary's
U-Pull It Legends of the Can night. Garth Tonkin Jr. picked up his first
win of 2006 in Sportsman division action while Tracy Gregory just nipped
Dave Zona at the line for his first Late Model win of 2006. Denny Decker
continued to dominate the Super Stock class with his sixth win and Mahlon
Shoemaker came home the winner of the "Pappy" Bevans Memorial Pure Stock
feature.
The 30 lap Modified feature saw Mike Colsten make a big move from his
sixth spot to the lead over the opening laps. Some early caution flags on
the opening laps kept the field bunched up and allowed Colsten to drive
to the lead quickly. Behind Colsten, a challenge was coming in the form
of eventual winner Gular, ho had driven his way into contention from his
twelfth starting position.
The middle stages of the Modified feature saw a great battle between
Colsten and Gular as they locked in a battle for the top spot. On several
occasions, Gular was able to get underneath Colsten, but Mike never
opened to door enough for Gular to complete the pass. As this battle was
ongoing, Brian Weaver was able to drive his way into contention and
joined in the battle for the top spot.
The decisive moment would come on lap 26 as Gular was able to get inside
Colsten entering the first turn. This time Gular was able to maintain
position to the inside of Colsten and was able to power past into the
lead. Weaver also took advantage of the open door as he also was able to
follow Gular past Colsten on the low side. A final caution flag just
three laps from the end set up a final dash for the finish.
Off the restart, Weaver made a dive to the low side of Gular, but Mike
was able to keep the door closed and Weaver had to back off. This gave
Gular just enough of a cushion to run off the final three laps to pick up
the win without an further challenge from Weaver. Weaver crossed the line
second to pull within three points of the point lead. Colsten hung on to
finish third with Butch Getz earning a solid fourth place finish ahead of
Bobby Trapper. Brian Decker was sixth with Alan Rudalavage seventh and
Billy Thornton Jr. eighth. Dave Jenkins drove to a solid ninth place
finish with son Billy Jenkins completing the top ten finishing order.
Eric Bonham, Butch Getz, and Brian Weaver topped the three Modified heat
races.
Garth Tonkin Jr. drove to his first win of the season in the 20 lap
Sportsman division feature. Tonkin, who utilizes one of the GM Crate
Motors instituted last year as a cost control measure in the Sportsman
class, drove from his seventh staring position to take over the top spot
with a nice pass of early race leader rookie Nick Petrilak on the eighth
circuit. Tonkin would go on to lead the remainder of the distance to pick
up the victory. Russ Zimmerman crossed the line second behind Tonkin, but
problems in post race inspection caused Zimmerman to forfeit that finish.
This moved Grant Hilfiger up to second with Nick Petrilak third. Teenage
rookie Mike Nagel Jr. drove to his first top five finish with a fourth
place finish with Joey Colsten completing the top five. Mike Loney,
Dwayne Robbins, Eric Griffin, Joel Hilfiger, and Alex Tonkin scored sixth
through tenth respectively.
Mike Lartz, Nick Petrilak, and Garth Tonkin Jr. won the three Sportsman
heat races.
The 20 lap Late Model division feature came down to a photo finish as
Dalton, Pa.'s Tracy Gregory picked up his first win of the 2006 season as
Gregory just nosed out defending track champion Dave Zona to pick up the
win. Brett Spoor led the first half of the event before giving up the top
spot to Gregory. Over the second half of the race, Dave Zona was slowly
cutting into Gregory's lead, pulling to Gregory's rear bumper with a
couple of laps left. Despite the pressure, Gregory was able to keep Zona
at bay. Exiting the fourth turn on the final lap, Zona made a last ditch
run as he pulled alongside Gregory. As the two drag raced to the line,
Gregory was just able to maintain his lead by a very narrow margin to
score the win over Zona. Randall Paxton finished third ahead of Jamie
Griffiths and Chad Hollenbeck. Jim O'Hora, Allen Coy, Bud Phillips, Dan
Snyder, and Keith Mudge made up the second half of the top ten finishing
order.
Dave Zona and Randall Paxton split the Late Model heat races.
Denny Decker continued his winning ways in the Super Stock feature as he
drove to his sixth win of the 2006 season. Decker started eighth and
methodically worked his way to the front of the field, winning by a
comfortable margin over Chris Hunsinger and Tom Herman. Harry Marvin Jr.
bested son Harry Marvin III four fourth place with the younger Marvin
scored fifth. James Millard, Ken Taugher, Darwin Greene, Chris Strohl,
and Les Gillette were sixth through tenth.
The "Pappy" Bevans Memorial Pure Stock feature, run in honor of the
builder and founder of the Penn Can Speedway, saw Mahlon Shoemaker drive
to his third victory of 2006. Shoemaker worked past early leader Tom
Garren on the sixth lap and went on to lead the remainder of the distance
to pick up the win. Garren held on to finish second with Kevin Beach,
Butch Green, and Charlie Gilbert completing the top five. Keith Wilkins
finished sixth ahead of George Carpenter, Eric Beach, Toby Sparks, and
Josh Ellis.
Mahlon Shoemaker, Keith Wilkins, and Burch Green won the Pure Stock
qualifiers.
At intermission, the "Legends of the Can" were recognized trackside as
speedway officials paid homage to some of the legendary drivers of the
past. Among those in attendance were former drivers Gary Beagall (sponsor
of the night's racing program), Don Beagall, Roger Beagall, Red
Harrington, "Stubby" Stevens, Ed Rafferty, Jerry Whitmarsh along with
still active drivers Gordy Isham and Carl "Bubby" Nagel. Also recognized
were former promoters Seward Rice as well as Harry and Marge Marvin. Also
taking part in the festivities was former track announcer Cal Arthur, who
was a fixture behind the mike at Penn Can for many seasons.
Rounding out the action on Friday night was an appearance by the
Mid-State Antique Stock car club. In addition to the on track action
which saw Larry Witter (1950's class) and Tom Toomey (1960's class) pick
up wins, the club also brought some restored show cars as well. Of
special attention to the Penn Can fans was the Don Newell owned
restoration of one of Chuck Akulis' fames "Pink Panther" coupes. Also on
display behind the grandstand was the Mel Ogden owned #15 which was
driven at Penn Can in 1965. That car was displayed in the condition it
was found in when it was recently rescued from a local junkyard.
Racing resumes this Friday night as the Patriot Sprint Car Club invades
Penn Can for a night of winged Sprint Car action. The Modifieds,
Sportsman, Super Stocks, and Pure Stocks will all be in action as well
for this big night of racing action. Racing gets underway at 7:15 PM
sharp.
For more information, log onto the speedway's official website at
www.penncan.com or contact the speedway office at (570)-585-9928,

RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS: 1. MIKE GULAR 2. Brian Weaver 3. Mike Colsten 4. Butch Getz 5.
Bobby Trapper 6. Brian Decker 7. Alan Rudalavage 8. Bill Thornton Jr. 9.
Dave Jenkins 10. Billy Jenkins 11. Bill Miller 12. Darwin Greene 13. Alan
Kellogg 14. Chris Shupp 15. Ron Mawson Jr. 16. Ted Hollenbeck 17. Rich
Keehle 18. Jason Andrews 19. Steve Babicek 20. Joey Grammes 21. Eric
Bonham 22. Bill Huff 23. Carl Nagel 24. Brett Tonkin 25. Mike Nagel
SPORTSMAN: 1. GARTH TONKIN Jr. 2. Grant Hilfiger 3. Nick Petrilak 4. Mike
Nagel Jr. 5. Joey Colsten 6. Mike Loney 7. Dwayne Robbins 8. Eric Griffin
9. Joel Hilfiger 10. Alex Tonkin 11. Tracy Gregory 12. Jamie Yankowski
13. Jeff Crambo 14. Alex Konopka 15. Shaun Walker 16. Rich Green 17. Andy
Stout 18. Mike Lartz 19. Dan Pompey 20. Ick Brown 21. Russ Zimmerman DNS:
Ken Titus

LATE MODELS: 1. TRACY GREGORY 2. Dave Zona 3. Randall Paxton 4. Jamie
Griffiths 5. Chad Hollenbeck 6. Jim O'Hara 7. Allen Coy 8. Bud Phillips
9. Dan Snyder 10. Keith Mudge 11. R.J. Windhausen 12. Junior Grebe 13.
Brett Spoor 14. Steve Cummings 15. Dan Stone 16. Anthony Reggie

SUPER STOCKS: 1. DENNY DECKER 2. Chris Hunsinger 3. Tom Herman 4. Harry
Marvin Jr. 5. Harry Marvin III 6. James Millard 7. Ken Taugher 8. Darwin
Greene 9. Chris Strohl 10. Les Gillette 11. Matt Holmes 12. Paul Strohl

"PAPPY" BEVANS MEMORIAL PURE STOCKS: 1. MAHLON SHOEMAKER 2. Tom Garren 3.
Kevin Beach 4. Butch Greene 5. Charlie Gilbert 6. Keith Wilkins 7. George
Carpenter 8. Eric Beach 9. Toby Sparks 10. Josh Ellis 11. Tony Canute 12.
Ron Richter 13. Harry Marvin III 14. Ray Lindquist 15. Tom Groover 16.
Ned Fitch 17. Craig Decker 21. Chuck Towner Jr.


ASCS PATRIOT SPRINTS CARS COMING TO PENN CAN SPEEDWAY FRIDAY

Susquehanna, PA..Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania will host
the Bobcat of Buffalo ASCS Sprint Car Group Friday July 21st for their
annual visit to the fast three eighths mile oval. Joining the Patriot
Sprints will be the Penn Can Speedway modifieds, sportsman, and pure stocks.
The Trackside Products Super Stock Tour will also be in competition. The
late models have the night off but will be in competition at Five Mile Point
Saturday.
The last two seasons sprint car ace Chuck Hebing of Ontario, New York has
owned Penn Can Speedway. He has been able to lead every lap in route to
victories in 2004 and 2005. This year Hebing will have his hands full with
Don Adamczyk, Nick Bashford, Bryan Howland, Geoff Quackenbush and a host of
other Patriot standouts. Also expected is home track favorite George
Suprick, former Patriot Sprint Group Champion, from Clarks Summit who is
running a limited schedule in 2006.
With weather being such a big factor during the early season, Penn Can
Speedway is back in action with all their popular divisions. Leading the way
in early July is modified standout Joey Grammes who has back-to-back wins.
His main competition weekly comes from a group of modified stars lead by
seven time track champion Brian Weaver. Weaver is joined by 2006 feature
winners Mitch Gibbs, Carl Nagel, Mike Gular plus the area's most exciting
modified field.
The Trackside Products Super Stock Tour also has had its weather related
problems. The tour will be back in action Friday with super stock drivers
from area speedways coming to Penn Can to compete in the fifth race of the
tour. Denny Decker will lead a strong group of super stock drivers to Penn
Can including Jim Howard, Bill Rempe, Dave Luff, Paul Strohl, Wade Decker,
and Les Gillette.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. Gates open at 5:00 with
racing at 7:15. For more information call the speedway office at
570-585-9928 or check our web page at www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


JOEY GRAMMES WINS SECOND STRAIGHT AT PENN CAN

(Susquehanna, Pa.) Joey Grammes backed up his win in Monday's Firecracker
40 event with another impressive victory as he earned his second
consecutive win in Friday night's 30 lap Modified feature. Rookie
sensation Dan Pompey won his second Sportsman feature of the season while
Dave Zona drove to victory in the Late Model feature. Denny Decker
continued his dominance of the Super Stock division as he won his fifth
feature of the season. Jamie Batzel won his first ever Pure Stock
feature.
Steve Babicek and Darwin Greene paced the Modified field to the green
flag with Green taking command and leading the opening laps of the event.
Eventual winner Joey Grammes took the green flag back in tenth starting
position. Utilizing the outside groove of the speedway, Grammes quickly
made his way toward the front of the field. A lap eight restart would
prove to be the decisive point in the race as Grammes was able to sweep
around the outside of then leader Mike Nagel to take over the lead which
he would never relinquish.
Once out front, Grammes was able to open up a bit of a lead over the
field. Mike Colsten charged from eighth starting position to run second
behind Grammes, but Colsten was not able to cut into Grammes' lead. A
caution flag just three laps from the finish would erase Grammes' lead
and set up a three lap dash to the final checkered flag with Colsten
still leading over Colsten and Bobby Trapper.
Grammes executed a perfect restart and was able to open up a slight
cushion over the battle for second as Trapper was able to get a big run
on Colsten. Trapper was able to complete the pass on Colsten to take over
second, but did not have enough time to offer Grammes any type of
challenge. Joey Grammes drove under the checkered flag first to win his
second feature in four days. Trapper finished second, his best run to
date in 2006 with Mike Colsten third. Bill Huff and Alan Rudalavage
completed the top five finishing order. Butch Getz finished sixth with
defending track champion Brian Weaver seventh. Bill Thornton Jr., Carl
Nagel, and Steve Babicek completed the top ten finishing order.
Joey Grammes, Butch Getz, and Bobby Trapper won the three Modified heat
races while Brian Decker topped the consolation event.
In Sportsman division action, Dan Pompey drove to his second victory of
the season in this his rookie year in the Sportsman class. Pompey wasted
little time in taking command of the event as he quickly moved from his
third starting position to take over the top spot. Mike one challenged
Pompey for the top spot over the closing laps, but Dan was too strong and
drove on to victory. Loney finished a strong second with Alex Konopka
third. Alex Tonkin and Jeff Crambo were fourth and fifth. Andy Stout
finished sixth while Chad Cook placed seventh in his first start of 2006.
Rick Brown, Russ Zimmerman, and Joey Colsten completed the top ten.
Mike Nagel Jr., Rick Brown, and Mike Lartz topped Sportsman qualifying
events.
Dave Zona picked up the win in the 20 lap Late Model feature. Dave made
the wining pass on lap 17 as he was able to get to the inside of then
leader Randall Paxton exiting the fourth turn and complete the pass
entering turn 1. Dave would lead the final three laps to earn the
victory. Jamie Griffiths also worked past Paxton late for second with
Paxton crossing the line in third. Dan Stone and Chad Hollenbeck were
fourth and fifth. Bud Phillips, Allen Coy, Tracy Gregory, R.J. Windhausen
and Keith Mudge were sixth through tenth respectively.
Dave Zona and Randall Paxton topped the Late Model heat races.
Denny Decker continued to be the man to beat in Super Stock action as he
drove to his fifth win of the season. Denny started ninth but was able to
quickly work his way to the front and take control of the event. Wade
Decker was able to keep Denny in sight, but could not get close enough to
mount a serious challenge. Denny Decker took the victory by a comfortable
margin over Wade Decker. Early leader Paul Strohl finished third with Les
Gillette and Chris Hunsinger rounding out the top five. Chris Strohl,
Harry Marvin Jr., Tom Herman, James Millard and newcomer Nick Beadle made
up the second half of the top ten finishing order.
Denny Decker and Paul Strohl split the Super Stock heat races.
The 15 lap Pure Stock feature found a new face in victory lane as Jamie
Batzel picked up his first ever Penn Can Speedway victory. It was an
impressive drive for Batzel, who overcame an early race spin and flat
tire to pick up the win. After pitting for a new tire, Batzel flew back
through the field, passing some stout cars on his way back to the front.
Over the closing laps, Jamie was able to open up a small lead as the
battle for second raged behind him. Behind Batzel, a tight battle for
second place saw Charlie Gilbert, Mahlon Shoemaker, and Kevin Beach
locked in a tight battle for that position. As those three battled,
Batzel was able to drive away from them to pick up the win. Gilbert came
out on top of the second place battle as he claimed the position over
Shoemaker and Beach. Joe George completed the top five running order.
Daryl Ellis finished sixth with Ray Lindquist, George Carpenter, Keith
Wilkins, and Chuck Towner Jr. completing the top ten.
Mahlon Shoemaker, Butch Green, and Charlie Gilbert won the trio of Pure
Stock heat races.
This Friday night's racing card at the Penn Can Speedway will be one to
remember as Penn Can Speedway presents "Legends of Penn Can" night as
many of the top drivers from throughout the history of the speedway will
be honored. The Mid-State Vintage Stock Car Club will also be on hand
with their restored racing machines from days gone by. The Modifieds,
Sportsman, Late Models, Super Stocks, and Pure Stocks will all be in
action as well. The Pure Stocks will be running the annual "Pappy" Bevans
Memorial, run in honor of LeGrande "Pappy" Bevans, the builder and
founder of the speedway. Racing gets underway promptly at 7:15 P.M.
sharp.
For more information, log onto the speedway's official website at
www.penncan.com or contact the speedway office at (570)-585-9928,

RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS: 1. JOEY GRAMMES 2. Bobby Trapper 3. Mike Colsten 4. Bill Huff
5. Alan Rudalavage 6. Butch Getz 7. Brian Weaver 8. Billy Thornton Jr. 9.
Carl Nagel 10. Steve Babicek 11. Mike Nagel 12. Alan Kellogg 13. Jason
Andrews 14. Eric Bonham 15. Ted Hollenbeck 16. Ed Strada Jr. 17. Ron
Mawson Jr. 18. Darwin Greene 19. Chris Shupp 20. Joel Batzel 21. Mitch
Gibbs 22. Brian Decker 23. Mike Janicelli 24. Mike Gular DNQ: Brian
Franko, Steve Walsh, Bill Miller

SPORTSMAN: 1. DAN POMPEY 2. Mike Loney 3. Alex Konopka 4. Alex Tonkin 5.
Jeff Crambo 6. Andy Stout 7. Chad Cook 8. Rick Brown 9. Russ Zimmerman
10. Joey Colsten 11. Grant Hilfiger 12. Jamie Yankowski 13. Ken Titus 14.
Mike Lartz 15. Eric Griffin 16. Nick Petrilak 17. Garth Tonkin Jr. 18.
Mike Nagel Jr. 19. Dan Frack 20. Joel Hilfiger 21. Tom Witko DNS: Chris
Wood

LATE MODELS: 1. DAVE ZONA 2. Jamie Grifiths 3. Randall Paxton 4. Dan
Stone 5. Chad Hollenbeck 6. Bus Phillips 7. Allen Coy 8. Tracy Gregory 9.
R.J. Windhausen 10. Keith Mudge 11. Dan Snyder 12. Junior Grebe 13. Jim
O'Hara 14. Brett Spoor 15. Adam MacGeorge

SUPER STOCKS: 1. DENNY DECKER 2. Wade Decker 3. Paul Strohl 4. Led
Gillette 5. Chris Hunsinger 6. Chris Strohl 7. Harry Marvin Jr. 8. Tom
Herman 9. James Millard Jr. 10. Gene Beatle 11. Harry Marvin III 12. Matt
Holmes 13. Darwin Greene 14. Jack Stanley 15. Ken Taugher

PURE STOCK: 1. JAMIE BATZEL 2. Charlie Gilbert 3. Mahlon Shoemaker 4.
Kevin Beach 5. Joe George 6. Daryl Ellis 7. Ray Lindquist 8. George
Carpenter 9. Keith Wilkins 10. Chuck Towner Jr. 11. Butch Green 12. Tony
Canute 13. Tom Garren 14. Duane Head 15. Joe Zator DNS: Matt Ruby, Nick Cicon


LEGENDS OF PENN CAN NIGHT SCHEDULED FRIDAY JULY 14TH

Susquehanna, PA.On Friday July 14th Penn Can Speedway will host the first
"Legends of Penn Can Night". The event will honor the memory of those
drivers of the past that raced at Penn Can Speedway. During the past several
weeks a campaign to locate these drivers has produced a number of "Legends'
that have been invited to the speedway for this night of racing.
Joining the "Legends" will be an appearance by the Mid State Antique Car
Club. They will be setting up a display of cars behind the main grandstand
that will include the couple of multi-time Penn Can Champion Chuck Akulis.
The Mid State Antiques will also be racing on the speedway as well in their
restored race cars.
This memorable night will also have the five popular Penn Can divisions
in competition. Over the last ten seasons Penn Can Speedway has become the
premiere race track in the area, Over one hundred cars sign in weekly to
compete in the modified, late model, sportsman, super stock, and pure stock
divisions. The featured race of the night will be the "Pappy Beavan
Memorial" for the pure stocks.
The entire night of racing will be presented by Gary's U-Pull-It of
Binghamton. We are sure the Gary's name brings back fond memories as they
have been a long-time supporter of racing in the area.
Gates will open at 5:00 with racing at 7:15. The speedway is located on
Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a short drive from the
Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information call the speedway office
at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


JOEY GRAMMES TOPS MONDAY'S FIRECRACKER 40 CARD AT PENN CAN

(Susquehanna, Pa.) After flooding forced cancellation of the regularly
scheduled Friday night racing card, the Penn Can Speedway roared back to
life in a big way on Monday evening as Werner's Gas Service sponsored a
big night of racing action highlighted by the annual Firecracker 40 for
the Modifieds. Kiunkletown, Pa.'s Joey Grammes topped a 41 car Modified
field to pick up his first win of 2006. Mike Loney scored his second of
the season in Sportsman action while Jamie Griffiths earned his first
Late Model triumph of 2006. Denny Decker topped the Pure Stock feature
for the second time in 2006. The annual Fireworks Extravaganza rounded
out the night's activities.
For Grammes, his first win of the 2006 came in exciting style as Joey had
to work for the win. The popular driver from Kunkletown, Pa. Found the
outside groove of the speedway to his liking and made his way quickly to
the front of the field. Five time defending track champion Brian Weaver
advanced to second behind Grammes and began to pressure him for the top
spot. While Grammes found the extreme outside groove to his liking,
Weaver chose the inside groove as he pressured Grammes for many laps.
While racing in heavy traffic just past the halfway point, Grammes got
slowed up momentarily by a lapped car and Weaver was able to drive past
and take over the lead on the 22nd lap. With roles now reversed, Weaver
was setting the pace with Grammes in pursuit. The two spent the next
several laps locked in battle as Grammes continued to work the high
groove. He made it pay off on lap 28 as Joey got a big run off the fourth
turn and powered back past Weaver as the 28th lap was recorded. This
would prove to be the winning pass as Grammes was able to pull out a
slight lead over Weaver as the laps wound down. Grammes drove his Slug
and Slam Construction sponsored entry under the double checkered flags to
earn his first win of the season by about five lengths over Weaver. Bobby
Trapper scored a season best third place finish over Alan Rudalavage and
Carl Nagel. Bill Huff finished sixth ahead of Mike Colsten and Mitch
Gibbs. Invader Ryan Watt finished ninth with Brian Decker completing the
top ten finishing order.
In Sportsman action, Mike Loney drove his Bolus Freight Systems sponsored
machine to his second win of 2006. It was an emotional win for Loney as
Mike recently lost his father, who was a big part of his racing team and
Mike's biggest supporter both at and away from the track. In victory
lane, an emotional Loney dedicated the win to the memory of his late
father. It was a hard fought victory for Loney, as he faced a stout
challenge from invader Danny Creeden, who drove from deep in the field to
challenge Loney for the top spot. Creeden pressured Loney over the
closing laps, but could not find a way past and settled for a solid
runner-up finish behind Loney. Garth Tonkin Jr. finished third with Ken
Titus fourth ahead of rookie sensation Eric Griffin, who notched his
first top five finish. Andy Stout, Jeff Crambo, Joey Colsten, Alex
Tonkin, and Dan Pompey were sixth through tenth respectively.
Jamie Griffiths drove to victory in the 20 lap Late Model feature, his
first win of 2006. In only his second start aboard a new car that he put
together after his primary car was destroyed during the Memorial Day
special, Griffiths drove the yet unlettered machine to victory. Defending
track champion Dave Zona gave Griffiths all he could handle as the two
veterans of the Late Model division battled for the top spot. Zona was
able to get underneath Griffith a couple of times but was not able to
complete the pass and settled for a second place finish behind Griffiths.
Tracy Gregory, Keith Mudge, and Allen Coy rounded out the top five. Bud
Phillips, Adam MacGeorge, Billy Marvin, R.J. Windhausen, and Randall
Paxton made up the second half of the top ten.
In Pure Stock action, Denny Decker kept his record perfect as he drove to
his second win in as many starts in that division's 20 lap feature event.
Decker outdistanced Mahlon Shoemaker to pick up the win with Shoemaker
second. Charlie Gilbert, Butch Green, and Tom Garren completed the top
five. Kevin Beach finished sixth trailed by Ray Lindquist, Matt Ruby,
Steve Palhamus, and Shane Wolf.
This Friday night's racing card at the Penn Can Speedway will be one to
remember as Penn Can Speedway presents "Legends of Penn Can" night as
many of the top drivers from throughout the history of the speedway will
be honored. The Mid-State Vintage Stock Car Club will also be on hand
with their restored racing machines from days gone by. The Modifieds,
Sportsman, Late Models, Super Stocks, and Pure Stocks will all be in
action as well. The Pure Stocks will be running the annual "Pappy" Bevans
Memorial, run in honor of LeGrande "Pappy" Bevans, the builder and
founder of the speedway. Racing gets underway promptly at 7:15 P.M.
sharp.
For more information, log onto the speedway's official website at
www.penncan.com or contact the speedway office at (570)-585-9928,

RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS(40 laps):1. JOEY GRAMMES 2. Brian Weaver 3. Bobby Trapper 4.
Alan Rudalavage 5. Carl Nagel 6. Bill Huff 7. Mike Colsten 8. Mitch Gibbs
9. Ryan Watt 10. Brian Decker 11. Billy Van Pelt 12. Rich Keehle 13. John
Wilmon 14. Butch Getz 15. Jason Andrews 16. Justin Andrews 17. Mike
Schane 18. Mel Schrufer 19. Ed Strada Jr. 20. Chris Shupp 21. Mike Gular
22. Billy Thornton 23. Eric Bonham 24. Don Hart 25. Brian Franko 26. Ted
Lamb 27. Jim Gabriel DNS: Ron Cartwright DNQ: Chris Weaver, Ron Mawson
Jr, Mike Nagel, Steve Babicek, Darwin Greene, Bill Miller, Rob
Fairweather, Ray Deemer, John Keller, Jared Petruska, Alan Kellogg, Willy
Decker, Jared Troypa

LATE MODELS (20 laps): 1. JAMIE GRIFFITHS 2. Dave Zona 3. Tracy Gregory
4. Keith Mudge 5. Allen Coy 6. Bud Phillips 7. Adam MacGeorge 8. Billy
Marvin 9. R.J. Windhausen 10. Randall Paxton 11. Dan Snyder 12. Anthony
Reggie 13. Bret Spoor 14. Chad Hollenbeck 15. Joe Damiano 16. Jim O'Hara
SPORTSMAN (20 laps) 1. MIKE LONEY 2. Danny Creeden 3. Garth Tonkin Jr. 4.
Ken Titus 5. Eric Griffin 6. Andy Stout 7. Jeff Crambo 8. Joey Colsten 9.
Alex Tonkin 10. Dan Pompey 11. Jamie Yankowski 12. Bill Deckelman 13.
Mike Lartz 14. Dwayne Robbins 15. Rick Brown 16. Grant Hilfiger 17. Alex
Konopka 18. Casey Williams 19. Nick Petrilak 20. Paul Rooney 21. Russ
Zimmerman 22. Mike Nagel Jr. 23. Billy Tanner 24. Kyle Weiss DNQ: Joel
Hilfiger, Jeremy Howe, Mike Trautschold, Steve Yankowski Sr., Eric
Holmgren, Pat Cozze, Dave Reynolds

PURE STOCK(20 laps) 1. DENNY DECKER 2. Mahlon Shoemaker 3. Charlie
Gilbert 4. Butch Green 5. Tom Garren 6. Kevin Beach 7. Ray Lindquist 8.
Matt Ruby 9. Steve Palhamus 10. Shane Wolf 11. Chuck Towner Jr. 12. Kurt
Decker 13. Joe Deorge 14. Keith Wilkins 16. Joel Batzel 17. Daryl Ellis
18. George Carpenter, 19. Tony Kanute 20. Glenn Robinson 21. Nick Cicon
22. Josh Towner DNS: Joe Zator


Quick Results: Story to follow
Penn Can Speedway Results 7-3-06
Firecracker 40 sponsored by Warner's Gas Service

MODIFIED
1 5J Joey Grammes
2 9R Brian Weaver
3 77 Bob Trapper
4 145 Al Rudalavage
5 7N Carl Nagel
6 12 Bill Huff
7 51 Mike Colsten
8 5G Mitch Gibbs
9 14 Ryan Watt
10 39 Brian Decker
11 2 Billy Van Pelt
12 19 Rich Keehle
13 74 Jon Willman
14 15 Butch Getz
15 9 Jason Andrews
16 24 Justin Andrews
17 16 Mike Schane
18 84 Mel Schufer
19 42 Ed Strada
20 3 Chris Shupp
21 53 Mike Gular
22 11 Billy Thornton
23 84 Eric Bonham
24 1 Don Hart
25 14 Brian Franko
26 17 Ted Lamb
27 39 Jim Gabriel
DNS 2 Ron Cartwright
DNS 1 Chris Weaver
DNQ 3M Ron Mawson Jr
DNQ 7M Mike Nagel
DNQ S1 Steve Babicek
DNQ 1 Darwin Greene
DNQ 23 Bill Miller
DNQ 44 Rob Fairweather
DNQ 25 Ray Deemer
DNQ 54 John Keller
DNQ 66 Jarad Petruska
DNQ 704 Alan Kellogg
DNQ 1 Willy Decker
DNQ 33 Jarad Troypa

LATE MODEL
1 77 Jamie Griffiths
2 99 Dave Zona
3 78 Tracy Gregory
4 35 Keith Mudge
5 53 Al Coy
6 23 Bud Phillips
7 13 Adam MacGeorge
8 Bill Marvin
9 17 R.J. Windhausen
10 22 Randall Paxton
11 4 Dan Snyder
12 31 Anthony Reggie
13 0 Brett Spoor
14 4 Chad Hollenbeck
15 11 Joe Domiano
16 44 Jim O'Hara

SPORTSMAN
1 17 Mike Loney
2 16 Dan Creeden
3 176 Garth Tonkin Jr
4 9 Ken Titus
5 91 Eric Griffin
6 27 Andy Stout
7 77 Jeff Crambo
8 151 Joey Colsten
9 117 Alex Tonkin
10 11 Dan Pompey
11 33 Jamie Yankowski
12 9 Bill Deckelman
13 42 Make Lartz
14 30 Dwayne Robbins
15 16 Rick Brown
16 78 Grant Hilfiger
17 14 Alex Konopka
18 1x Casey Williams
19 72 Nick Petrilak
20 54 Paul Rooney
21 71 Russ Zimmerman
22 m7 Mike Nagel Jr
23 91 Billy Tanner
24 21 Kyle Weiss
DNQ 19 Joel Helfiger
DNQ 58 Jeremy Howe
DNQ 28 Mike Trautschold
DNQ 84 Steve Yankowski SR
DNQ 3 Eric Holmgren
DNQ 61 Pat Cozze
DNQ 92 Dave Reynolds

PURE STOCK
1 20 Denny Decker
2 7 Mahlon Shoemaker
3 28 Charlie Gilbert
4 56 Butch Green
5 34 Tom Garren
6 29 Kevin Beach
7 22 Ray Lindquist
8 8 Matt Ruby
9 98 Steve Palhamus
10 81 Shane Wolf
11 9jr Chuck Towner
12 89 Kurt Decker
13 30 Joe George
14 93 Keith Wilkins
15 27 Jamie Batzel
16 83 Rich Sharpsteen
17 5x Daryl Ellis
18 12 George Carpenter
19 469 Tony Kunute
20 55 Glen Robinson
21 73 Nick Cicon
22 9 Josh Towner
DNS 9 Joe Zator


PENN CAN MONDAY, JULY 3RD

Susquehanna, PA…(7-2-06 12:00 noon) After very careful consideration, the Fireworks Extravaganza scheduled for Monday July 3rd will go on as scheduled at Penn Can Speedway. The modifieds will be featured in the Firecracker 40. Also on the schedule will be the late models, sportsman, and pure stocks. The largest area fireworks display is also scheduled. Gates will open at 5:00 pm with racing at 7:15 for this holiday special.
Road conditions leading to the speedway are greatly improved. The main artery, PA Route 171 is open from Interstate 81 at Great Bend to the speedway. New York State Route 79 from the Route 17 exit at Windsor, New York is open to the speedway. Route 92 from Lenox is clear to the town of Susquehanna. Route 11 from the New York State line is also open.


PENN CAN CANCELS FRIDAY
MONDAY STILL ON SCHEDULE AS PLANNED

Susquehanna, PA…Penn Can Speedway has been forced to cancel the Friday June 30th racing program because of the travel conditions facing the teams, officials, and fans. Local township officials have indicated that some roads leading to the speedway will be closed until Friday. Other areas of Susquehanna County and other neighboring counties also have roads that may not be open in time for the Friday program making travel difficult.
“We hate to have this happen at this point in the season,” explains Al Wilcox. “We really wanted to have a great two day week of racing after all the rain outs. With respect to all those that lost so much in the flooding, we feel this is the right thing to do. We will return for our big holiday fireworks show. Hopefully things will be back to normal and we can have a great racing event.”
The regular show from Friday will be rescheduled at a later date. The Monday Fireworks Extravaganza with the modified Firecracker 40 is still on schedule as planned. Gates will open at 5:00 with racing at 7:15. Legion Fireworks will present one of the areas largest fireworks displays during the show Monday.
Penn Can Speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a short drive from both the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information please contact the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or visit us on the web at www.penncan.com. The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate partners including Don’s Automotive Mall, Pump-N-Pantry Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto, American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


FIREWORKS EXTRAVAGANZA AT PENN CAN MONDAY JULY 3RD

Susquehanna, PA Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna will come to life Monday
July 3rd with the huge Fireworks Extravaganza to start off the Independence
Day Weekend. This display of fireworks is always one of the best in the
southern tier. This year will not be any different as Legion Fireworks
Company will be on hand to present another super fireworks show.
On this special holiday the speedway will also present a special modified
qualifying event for the Short Track Super Nationals All Star race to be
held at the Afton Speedway in October. Alan Rudalavage picked up a spot in
this event back in April when he won the Penn Can Speedway Opener.
The modifieds will be competing in qualifying heat races and a big forty
lap feature event paying the winner $1500. This event will have a special
qualifying format as all cars entering will draw for their heat race
starting positions. This should attract some new faces to Penn Can for the
holiday special.
Joining the modifieds for this Monday night special event will be the
popular late models, sportsman, and pure stocks. They will be competing in
Triple Twenties with bonuses on the line for each twenty lap feature race.
The winner of the Sportsman Twenty will have a guaranteed starting spot in
the Race of Champions "Hot Summer Night Special Tuesday August 1st at the
speedway. Penn Can rules will be in effect for all divisions.
The area's best modified drivers will be taking part in the "Firecracker
40". Top drivers from Penn Can Speedway will be joined by the best drivers
from Thunder Mountain Speedway, Five Mile Point Speedway, Afton Raceway,
Black Rock, and Accord Speedway. Each of those tracks will have one
guaranteed start in the event. Penn Can Speedway's best drivers will defend
their territory in the huge forty lap feature event.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
Stone Excavating, American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


RAIN FORCES SCHEDULE CHANGES AT PENN CAN

Susquehanna, PA…Rain has certainly been a factor at Penn Can Speedway during the 2006 season. Seven of the ten scheduled race dates have been affected by the rain. Only three of the ten programs have been completed on their regular night. Two programs had to be rescheduled and run on a Sunday and Monday Night. At this point in the season there should have been nine point races in all divisions. Rain has cut into the point race to such a degree, a schedule change for this coming Friday has been make.

The originally scheduled “Jam the Cam Night” will tentatively be rescheduled for later in the season when a suitable date can be found. The June 30th program will now be a regular points show for all five divisions.

Monday’s holiday Fireworks Extravaganza will feature the modifieds, late models, sportsman, and pure stocks. The modifieds will run a special Firecracker 40 lap feature paying $1500 to win. The modified heats will be a special draw for starting positions event. Regular track points will be awarded in all divisions. A Giant Fireworks program will be presented by Legion Fireworks.

The United Racing Club program of twin twenty lap features rained out Friday has been rescheduled for Friday August 11th. The IMCA modifieds scheduled that night will be rescheduled for Friday August 18th.
 
Coming Events:

Friday                     June 30, 2006       MODS, LM, SP, SS, PS REGULAR SHOW...Regular admission

Monday                  July 3, 2006           Mod Special, LM, SP, PS Fireworks Extravaganza
                                                                No SS    

                                                                Short Track Super Nationals Cash Dash Qualifier

                                                                Firecracker 40 for Modifieds/ $1500 To Win

Friday                     July 7, 2006           M, LM, SP, SS, PS
                                                                Mid Season Championship  BRC #4                                
                                                                Pump-N-Pantry Night

Friday                     July 14, 2006         M, LM, SP, SS, PS
                                                                Gary’s U-Pull-It Legends of the Penn Can - Pappy Beavan Night

Friday                     July 21, 2006          M,  SP, SS, PS       Patriot Sprints    TPSS #3 No LM

TPSS #3 No LM


RAIN HALTS FRIDAY NIGHT ACTION AT PENN CAN, FORCES SCHEDULE CHANGES

(Susquehanna, Pa.) Once again Mother Nature was the only winner at the
Penn Can Speedway as persistent showers grew into heavy thunderstorms,
forcing Penn Can Speedway officials to cancel the scheduled Friday night
racing card. With the higher than usual number of rainouts this season,
Penn Can officials were forced to juggle the schedule of events for the
upcoming weeks once again.
The United Racing Company (URC) Sprint cars which were scheduled to
appear on Friday nights have been rescheduled to Friday, August 11th. The
URC Sprints will be running a Twin 20 lap feature program, always a
favorite format with sprint car fans. This will be a full night of racing
action as the sprint cars join Penn Can's regular divisions for a big
night of stock car racing action.
A change has also been made to next Friday night's racing card as the
Modified have been added to the program to make up a big five division
racing card featuring all of Penn Can's regular racing divisions. The
Modifieds, Sportsman, Late Models, Super Stocks, and Pure Stocks will all
be in action to kick off the Independence Day Holiday Weekend. The "Jam
the Can" promotion that was originally scheduled for Friday night will be
rescheduled to later in the season with a date to be announced in the
near future.
Penn Can will present a very special racing card on Monday, July 3rd as
part of the Independence Day Holiday Weekend. The always exciting Penn
Can Modified will headline the card with their annual $1,500 to win
Firecracker 40. There will also be a Short Track Nationals Cash Dash
qualifying spot awarded to the winner of the Firecracker 40. The
Sportsman, Late Models and Pure Stocks will also be in action. The
evening will be highlighted by a huge Fireworks Extravaganza. Annually,
Penn Can presents one of the largest and most elaborate fireworks
displays in the Northeast and this year's extravaganza is expected to
once again rank right up there with the best pyrotechnic displays in the
area.
Racing gets underway both Friday and Monday night promptly at 7:15 P.M.
For more information, log onto the speedway's official website at
www.penncan.com or contact the speedway office via telephone at
570-585-9928.


VETERAN CARL "BUBBY" NAGEL SCORES POPULAR MODIFIED FEATURE WIN AT PENN CAN

Longtime fan favorite Carl "Bubby" Nagel ended a five year victory
drought on Friday night at the Penn Can Speedway as he drove to a popular
victory on Main Racing Engines night at Penn Can. Jeff Crambo won His
first Sportsman feature in the regularly scheduled main while Mike Lartz
drove to his second win of the season in the rain postponed event from
May 12th. Dan Stone won his second BRC Lazer Challenge Series feature for
the Late Models while Denny Decker won his fourth of 2006 in the Super
Stocks. Mahlon Shoemaker topped the Pure Stock field for his second win
of the season while Kevin Cole topped the IMCA Modified main to earn his
first ever Penn Can Speedway victory.
For the second consecutive racing card, the Modifieds ran off their 30
lap feature without a caution flag. At the drop of the green flag, Brian
Franco jumped out to the early lead. Franco would set the pace for the
first eight laps before Carl Nagel was able to slip past Franco for the
top spot. Once out front, Nagel, whose accomplishments throughout a
racing career that spans six decades have earned him a spot in the DIRT
Motorsports Hall of Fame, was able to open up a lead over Franco as the
race neared the halfway point.
By halfway, the man on the move was Mike Gular, who was looking for his
second consecutive win. Without the aid of a caution flag, Gular had
charged from 13th starting position to run fourth at the halfway point of
the event. Gular's charge continued as he slipped past Ed Strada Jr. for
third on lap 17, then worked past Franco for second on lap 20. By this
time, Nagel had built up nearly a straightaway lead over second place.
With ten laps to go, Gular was second, but nearly a straightaway behind
Nagel.
Over the closing stages, Gular was able to cut into Nagel's lead nearly
every lap as he was able to work through lapped traffic a bit quicker
than Nagel. By the time the white flag waved, Gular was within five car
lengths of Nagel. As it turned out, Carl had built up enough of a lead as
Gular was not able to make a run on the final lap as Nagel drove under
the double checkered flags much to the delight of the partisan Penn Can
crowd. It was easily the most popular win of the season to date as Nagel
has been a mainstay at the Penn Can Speedway for more than 40 years.
Gular finished a strong second with Brian Franco recording a season's
best third place finish. Ed Strada Jr. earned his second consecutive to
five with a fourth place finish ahead of Bill Huff. Brian Weaver, Brian
Decker, Mike Colsten, Joey Grammes, and George Kostelansky were sixth
through tenth respectively.
Brian Decker, George Kostelansky, and Carl Nagel topped Modified
qualifying races.
In the regularly scheduled Sportsman feature, Throop, Pa.'s Jeff Crambo
drove to his first feature win of the 2006 season. Crambo drove form
tenth starting position to take over the top spot from Sportsman division
rookie Nick Petrilak just past the halfway point of the event. Once out
front, Crambo would lead the remainder of the event. A late race tangle
on a restart would eliminate Petrilak from the event along with third
place running Jamie Yankowski. With the two youngsters' misfortunes, Ken
Titus earned a runner-up finish with Grant Hilfiger third. Paul Rooney
and Dan Pompey completed the top five. Rookie Eric Griffin earned a sixth
place finish ahead of Alex Tonkin, Mike Lartz, Mike Nagel Jr., and Mike
Loney.
Andy Stout, Chris Wood, and Jeff Crambo won Sportsman qualifiers.
In the Sportsman feature held over from May 12th, Mike Lartz picked up
his second feature win of the season. Lartz worked his way past Joey
Colsten on lap 18 of the 20 lap event to take over the top spot and drive
on to victory. Colsten scored a career best second place finish with Andy
Stout third. Alex Konopka and Jeff Crambo completed the top five. Ken
Titus, Grant Hilfiger, Russ Zimmerman, Mike Loney, and Bill Deckelman
were scored sixth through tenth respectively.
Dan Stone picked up his second win of the season as he drove to victory
in the 25 lap BRC Lazer Challenge Series feature for the Late Models.
Stone started sixth and utilized the outside groove to work his way to
the front, taking the top spot from Keith Mudge just prior to the halfway
point of the event. Over the closing laps, Stone was challenged for the
top spot by Dave Zona, but Dan was able to hold off Zona to pick up the
win. Zona drove to a solid runner-up finish with Keith Mudge, Bud
Phillips, and Joe Domiano completing the top five finishing order. Dan
Snyder, Chad Hollenbeck, Tracy Gregory, Junior Grebe, and Jamie Griffiths
were sixth trough tenth respectively.
Jamie Griffiths and Dave Zona were Late Model heat race winners.
Denny Decker continued to dominate the Super Stock division as he drove
to his fourth victory of the 2006 season at Penn Can. Decker started
eighth on the field but quickly drove his way to the top spot, taking the
win by a comfortable margin over Darwin Greene. Harry Marvin Jr. led the
early stages bout could not hold off Decker's charge and finished third
in the final rundown. Chris Hunsinger and Tom Herman rounded out the top
five finishers. Harry Marvin II, John Stanley, Steve Holmes, Les
Gillette, and James Millard Jr. scored sixth through tenth.
Super Stock heat races were won by Darwin Greene and Paul Strohl.
Mahlon Shoemaker picked up his second win of the 2006 campaign as he
drove to victory in the Pure Stock feature. Shoemaker took the top spot
from early leader Homer Ferrante, then held off Ferrante the rest of the
way to pick up the win. Ferrante's second place finish was his best run
of the season while Kevin Beach finished third. Butch Green and Paul
Carpenter were fourth and fifth. Ray Lindquist, Tony Canute, Ryan Stone,
Keith Wilkins and Charlie Gilbert made up the second half of the top ten.
Paul Carpenter and Ray Lindquist won Pure Stock heat races.
The IMCA Modifieds made their first of four appearances as Penn Can with
Kevin Cole earning his first ever Penn Can feature win. Cole dominated
the event, winning by a comfortable margin over current Eastern Region
point leader Mike Smith. Mike Stoddard, Brad Weaver, and Tyler Stoddard
completed the top five finishing order.
Rich Talada and Brad Weaver won the IMCA Modified heats. Brad Weaver's
heat win was the first career checkered flag for the second generation
driver.
The United Racing Company (URC) Sprint cars return to Penn Can on Friday,
June 23rd to make up their feature event that was rained out on May 26th.
The Sprint Cars will be running Twin 20 lap features in a features only
format. Joining the URC Sprint Cars will be the Modifieds, Sportsman,
Late Models, and Pure Stocks. The Super Stocks will have the night off as
they will be competing at a Trackside Products Series event at Afton.
Racing gets underway promptly at 7:15 PM. For more information, log onto
the speedway's official website at www.penncan.com or contact the
speedway office at (570)-585-9928.

MAIN ENGINES NIGHT RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS : 1. CARL NAGEL 2. Mike Gular 3. Brian Franco 4. Ed Strada Jr.
5. Bill Huff 6. Brian Weaver 7. Brian Decker 8. Mike Colsten 9. Joey
Grammes 10. George Kostelanksy 11. Mitch Gibbs 12. Bobby Trapper 13. Eric
Bonham 14. Jason Andrews 15. Mike Nagel 16. Bill Thornton Jr. 17. Chris
Shupp 18. Joel Batzel 19. Butch Getz 20. Darwin Greene 21. Ron Mawson 22.
Bill Miller 23. Steve Babicek

SPORTSMAN: 1. JEFF CRAMBO 2. Ken Titus 3. Grant Hilfiger 4. Paul Rooney
5. Dan Pompey 6. Eric Griffin 7. Alex Tonkin 8. Mike Lartz 9. Mike Nagel
Jr. 10. Mike Loney 11. Andy Stout 12. Jason Makosky 13. Dwayne Robbins
14. Joel Hilfiger 15. Tom Witko 16. Russ Zimmerman 17. Rick Brown 18.
Nick Petrilak 19. Jamie Yankowski 20. Bill Deckelman 21. Garth Tonkin Jr.
22. Joey Colsten 23. Alex Konopka 24. Jeremy Howe 25. Chris Wood

SPORTSMAN (held over from May 12th) 1. MIKE LARTZ 2. Joey Colsten 3. Andy
Stout 4. Alex Konopka 5. Ken Titus 6. Grant Hilfiger 7. Russ Zimmerman 8.
Mike Loney 10. Bill Deckelman 11. Dan Pompey 12. Paul Rooney 13. Alex
Tonkin 14. Eric Griffin 15. Rick Brown 16. Dwayne Robbins 17. Jamie
Yankowski 18. Joel Hilfiger 19. Chris Wood 20. Tom Witko 21. Mike Nagel
Jr. 22. Jeremy Howe 23. Jason Makosky 24. Garth Tonkin Jr. 25. Nick
Petrilak DNS: Mike Trautschold, Jeremy Consla, Rich Green

BRC LAZER CHALLENGE SERIES LATE MODELS: 1. DAN STONE 2. Dave Zona 3.
Keith Mudge 4. Bud Phillips 5. Joe Domiano 6. Dan Snyder 7. Chad
Hollenbeck 8. Tracy Gregory 9. Junior Grebe 10. Jamie Griffiths 11. Jim
O'Hara 12. Randall Paxton 13. Brett Spoor 14. R.J. Windhausen 15. Alan
Kellogg 16. Steve Cumming 17. Adam MacGeorge

SUPER STOCKS : DENNY DECKER 2. Darwin Greene 3. Harry Marvin Jr. 4. Chris
Hunsinger 5. Tom Herman 6. Harry Marvin III 7. John Stanley 8. Steve
Holmes 9. Les Gillette 10. James Millard Jr. 11. Paul Strohl 12. Ken
Taugher

PURE STOCKS: 1. MAHLON SHOEMAKER 2. Homer Ferrante 3. Kevin Beach 4.
Butch Green 5. Paul Carpenter 6. Ray Lindquist 7. Tony Canute 8. Ryan
Stone 9. Keith Wilkins 10. Charlie Gilbert 11. Tom Garren 12. Chuck
Towner Jr. 13. Nick Cicon 14. Jim Zator 15. Lou Ross 16. Matt Ruby 17.
Josh Towner 18. Joe George 19. Glenn Robinson

IMCA MODIFIEDS: 1. KEVIN COLE 2. Mike Smith 3. Mike Stoddard 4. Brad
Weaver 5. Tyler Stoddard 6. Joe Cole 7. Ty Hurlbut 8. Pete Neff 9. Rich
Talada


BRIAN WEAVER AND MIKE GULAR SHARE MONDAY NIGHT MODIFIED WINS AT PENN CAN

After losing four Friday night shows to rain, Penn Can Speedway played
host to a rare Monday night racing card. The Monday night event was
scheduled to complete the features postponed by rain on May 12th and May
26th. Five time defending track champion Brian Weaver drove to his first
Modified feature win of 2006 in the event held over from May 12th while
Mike Gular scored his first ever Penn Can feature win in the May 26th
event. Sportsman division rookie Dan Pompey drove to his first open wheel
victory after a standout career in the Super Stocks while Dave Zona
topped the Late model feature. The Super Stocks did not have features to
make up but ran a complete show with Denny Decker picking up the win.
Mahlon Shoemaker won the Pure Stock feature from May 12th while Butch
Green picked up his third win in the May 26th event.
The May 12th Modified feature was only a lap old when the first caution
flag waved as Bill Miller and Steve Babicek made contact on the first
lap. This would prove to be the only caution flag of the night in
Modified competition as the remainder of this event would run off caution
free. Weaver has picked his way steadily toward the front of the field
and by lap eight had taken over the top spot from early race leader
George Kostelansky. Once out front, Weaver was able to open up an
advantage over the field as Joey Grammes was on the charge from deep in
the field. Grammes and Kostelansky spent several laps battling for the
runner-up position, which allowed Weaver to open up a straightaway
advantage over the battle for second.
After several laps of hard side by side racing, Grammes was able to make
the pass for second and set off in pursuit of Weaver. With the race
running without a caution flag, the leaders found themselves working
heavy lapped traffic over the closing laps. Grammes was able to slice his
way through traffic a bit quicker than Weaver, and by the time the while
flag waved Grammes had whittled Weaver's straightaway lead to only a
couple of car lengths. =Joey made a final run at Weaver over the final
lap, but came up just short as Weaver flashed under the checkered flag to
earn the win by a narrow margin over Grammes. George Kostelansky picked
up a third place finish trained by Alan Rudalavage and Mike Gular. Brian
Decker, Billy Thornton Jr., Bill Huff, Mitch Gibbs and Jason Andrews were
sixth through tenth respectively.
The May 26th feature saw the Modifieds run the entire 30 lap distance
without a caution flag as the Modified drivers ran off the race without
any on track incidents. In this event, second generation star Mike Gular
drove his TH Properties/BPG Racing sponsored entry to his first ever Penn
Can Speedway feature win. Gular, the son of longtime Southern
Pennsylvania Modified star Rudy Gular, took over the top spot on lap five
when he drove past early race leader George Kostelansky to take over the
top spot. Without any caution flag to bunch the field, Gular was able to
build up a big lead on the field and drove on to his first career
Modified victory by a comfortable margin over Kostelansky, who added a
runner-up finish to his earlier third place effort. Ed Strada Jr. turned
in his best driver of the season to date to finish third with Brian
Weaver and Bill Huff completing the top five running order. Joey Grammes
finished sixth ahead of Ron Mawson Jr., Mike Colsten, Carl Nagel and
Mitch Gibbs.
In Sportsman action, Dan Pompey drove to his first career open wheel
victory in the 20 lap Sportsman main. The 2005 Super Stock champion took
advantage of an up front starting position to grab the lead early. For
most of the race he was pursued by Ken Titus. But Titus' bad luck
continued as a flat right rear tire just two laps from the finish ended
his threat for the victory and brought out the race's only caution flag.
This allowed Alex Konopka to close right on Pompey's bumper for a two lap
shootout. Pompey was up to the challenge as he was able to pull away from
Konopka over the final two laps to score the win with Konopka settling
for second. Bill Deckelman drove from deep in the field to finish third
ahead of Chris Wood and Alex Tonkin. Russ Zimmerman crossed the line
sixth with Mike Loney, Andy Stout, Mike Lartz, and Grant Hilfiger
completing the to ten finishing order.
In Late Model action, defending track champion Dave Zona drove to a hard
earned victory. Zona had to fend off a determined challenge from Dan
Stone to earn the victory, his second of the 2006 campaign. Stone
pressured Zona over the closing laps, but Dave was up to the challenge
and never opened the door and Dave took the win with Stone settling for a
runner-up finish. Bud Phillips led the opening laps and held on for a
third place finish with Alan Coy and Dan Snyder fourth and fifth
respectively. Keith Mudge, Brett Spoor, Alan Kellogg, R.J. Windhausen and
Joe Domiano made up the second half of the top ten finishing order.
The 20 lap Super Stock feature fell to Denny Decker, who drove to his
third victory of 2006. Paul Strohl drove to a runner-up finish over Harry
Marvin Jr., Chris Hunsinger, and Tom Herman. Matt Holmes finished sixth
ahead of Harry Marvin II and John Stanley. James Millard Jr. and Jim
Hughes Jr. were ninth and tenth respectively.
Mahlon Shoemaker drove to victory in the Pure Stock feature from May
12th, coming out of top of a battle with defending track champion Charlie
Gilbert. Gilbert settled for a runner-up finish with Tom Garren, John
Carpenter, and Homer Ferrante third through fifth. Tony Canute crossed
the line fifth ahead of newcomer Joe Zator, Tom Groover, Don Russell, and
Kurt Decker.
Butch Green won his third feature of the season in the Pure Stock feature
held over from May 26th. Once again, "Chargin'" Charlie Gilbert gave the
winner all he could handle before settling for his second runner-up
finish of the night. Mahlon Shoemaker backed up his earlier win with a
third place run with Don Russell Jr. and Tom Garren fourth and fifth.
Daryl Ellis, Homer Ferrante, Jamie Batzel, Kevin Beach and John Carpenter
completed the top ten.
The United Racing Company (URC) Sprint cars return to Penn Can on Friday,
June 23rd to make up their feature event that was rained out on May 26th.
The Sprint Cars will be running Twin 20 lap features in a features only
format. All of Penn Can's regular division will be in action as well,
making for a big night of racing action. Racing gets underway promptly at
7:15 PM. For more information, log onto the speedway's official website
at www.penncan.com or contact the speedway office at (570)-585-9928.

RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS (from 5-12-06) 1. BRIAN WEAVER 2.Joey Grammes 3.George
Kostelansky 4. Alan Rudalavage 5.Mike Gular 6.Brian Decker 7.Billy
Thornton Jr. 8.Bill Huff 9.Mitch Gibbs 10.Jason Andrews 11.Eric Bonham 12.Carl Nagel
13.Chris Shupp 14.Ed Strada 15.Rich Keehle 16.Mike Colsten 17.Brian
Franko 18. Bob Trapper 19.Butch Getz 20.Ted Hollenbeck 21.Gordie Isham
22.Bill Miller 23.Steve Babicek 24.Ron Mawson Jr 25.Mike Nagel

MODIFIEDS (from 5-26-06) 1. MIKE GULAR 2. George Kostelansky 3. Ed Strada
4. Brian Weaver 5.Bill Huff 6.Joey Grammes 7.Ron Mawson Jr 8.Mike Colsten
9.Carl Nagel 10.Mitch Gibbs 11.Billy Thornton 12. Brian Decker 13.Alan
Rudalavage 14.Chris Shupp 15.Eric Bonham 16.Rich Keehle 17.Bob Trapper
18. Butch Getz 19.Jason Andrews 20.Brian Franko 21. Gordie Isham 22.Mike
Nagel 23. Ted Hollenbeck
DNS: Bill Miller, Steve Babicek, Darwin Greene

LATE MODELS (from 5-12-06) 1. DAVE ZONA 2.Dan Stone 3.Bud Phillips 4.Al
Coy 5. Dan Snyder 6.Keith Mudge 7.Brett Spoor 8.Al Kellogg 9. R.J. Windhausen
10. Joe Domiano 11.Tracy Gregory 12.Anthony Reggie 13. Chad Hollenbeck
14.Jim O'Hara 15.Adam MacGeorge DNS: Jamie Griffiths, Junior Grebe,
Randall Paxton

SPORTSMAN (from 5-12-06) 1. DAN POMPEY 2. Alex Konopka 3.Bill Deckelman
4. Chris Wood 5.Alex Tonkin 6. Russ Zimmerman 7.Mike Loney 8.Andy Stout
9.Mike Lartz 10.Grant Hilfiger 11.Ryan Olsommer 12.Paul Rooney 13.Jeff
Crambo 14.Dwayne Robbins 15.Garth Tonkin Jr. 16.Nick Petrilak 17.Joey
Colsten 18.Ken Titus 19.Jamie Yankowski 20.Mike Nagel Jr 21.Joel Helfiger
22.Eric Griffin 23.Brian Franko 24. Tom Witko DNQ: Mike Trautschold,
Jeremy Holt, Rick Brown, Jeremy Consola

SUPER STOCK: 1. DENNY DECKER 2. Paul Strohl 3.Harry Marvin Jr. 4.Chris
Hunsinger 5.Tom Herman 6.Matt Holmes 7. Harry Marvin III 8.John Stanley
9. James Millard 10.Jim Hughes Jr. 11.Wade Decker DNS: Les Gilllette

PURE STOCK (from 5-12-06) 1. MAHLON SHOEMAKER 2.Charlie Gilbert 3.Tom
Garren 4.Jon Carpenter 5.Homer Ferrante 6. Tony Kunute 7. Joe Zator 8.Tom
Groover 9. Don Russell Jr. 10. Kurt Decker 11.Butch Green 12.Matt Ruby 13.Chuck
Towner 14. Kevin Beach 15.Eric Beach 16.Ray Lindquist 17.Daryl Ellis
18.Paul Carpenter 19. Keith Wilkins 20.Howard Jones 21. Jamie Batzel

PURE STOCK FEATURE (from 5-26-06) 1. BUTCH GREEN 2.Charlie Gilbert 3.
Mahlon Shoemaker 4. Don Russell Jr. 5.Tom Garren 6.Daryl Ellis 7.Homer
Ferrante 8.Jamie Batzel 9.Kevin Beach 10.Jon Carpenter 11. Chad Stone 12
.Matt Ruby 13.Bimmer Gully 14.Keith Wilkins 15.Eric Beach 16.Joe Zator
17. Ryan Stone 18.Nick Cicon 19.Chuck Towner 20.Ray Lindquist 21.Tony
Kunute 22.Tom Groover


RAIN FORCES MONDAY RAIN DATE AT PENN CAN

Susquehanna, PA.Penn Can Speedway officials had high hopes of finally
completing a race program rained out since May 12th. Early indications were
that clouds which blanketed the speedway all day would remain through the
evening and racing could happen. Unfortunately, about one hour after pit
gates opened, rain started to fall. The speedway crew waited out the first
round of showers and started their work getting the track in racing shape.
After working the track to the point where racing was only minutes away, the
clouds opened up again and thoroughly soaked the racing surface.

"We really thought we had a chance to get this show completed," explained
Reed Miller. "The radar showed a window of clearing but that never happened.
It just kept raining."

Because of the early season rain at Penn Can Speedway, officials posted a
Monday June 12th rain date for this show only. The reason for this is
simple. Penn Can Speedway has not completed a Friday night racing program
since Friday May 5th. They have two complete rain outs and two programs with
events left to finish. Drivers and owners have expressed their desire to
race their equipment so the Monday rain date will be used to complete this
show with the hopes of better weather coming on future Friday nights.

"We do not like the idea of racing on a week night any more than the guy
that has to work Monday," states Miller. "We will make every effort to move
this program along smoothly and be done at a reasonable hour."

The racing program for Monday will include the two modified features from
May 12th and May 26th. It will also include the completion of the sportsman
show from May 12th. The pure stocks will run their features from May 12th
and May 26th. The late models will complete their May 12th feature event.
The super stocks will also have heats and a feature that night as well. The
IMCA Modifieds will not be running Monday. Their heats and feature will be
added to the June 16th racing program. Gates will open at 5:00 with racing
at 7:15 sharp.

The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.

The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


PENN CAN LOSES OUT TO RAIN AGAIN, DOUBLE MOODIFIED FEATURES THIS FRIDAY NIGHT
- URC Sprints to return on June 23rd


For the third consecutive week, Friday night racing action at the Penn
Can Speedway fell to rain. Afternoon rains and a dismal forecast calling
for even more rain led promoters Reed Miller and Al Wilcox to pull the
plug on the scheduled racing card. With the rain, officials are once
again forced to juggle the schedule over the upcoming weeks.
The schedule for Friday night's card was to have included the remainder
of the rained out events from May 12th, plus the Modified and pure Stock
features from May 26th. These events have now been rescheduled to Friday
June 9th. This will be a big night of racing as speedway officials try
once again to get all of the features in the books that were postponed
during a rainy May. This huge night of racing includes all of the
following events:
Double Modified Feature events: May 12th consi plus feature, May 26th
feature, (field set)
Double Pure Stock Features: May 12th and May 26th
Sportsman: May 12th completion of program, heats and feature.
Late Model Feature from May 12th (Field set)
Super Stocks: Heats and Feature
IMCA Style Modifieds: Heats and Feature
Rain checks from May 12th will be honored for this big night of racing
which features not one but two Modified feature events. For those fans
not holding rain checks from May 12th, admission for this big night of
racing action has been set at only $8, a great deal and a chance for fans
to see not one but two Modified features at a reduced admission price.
The Sportsman division will make up their rained out feature from May
26th one week later on May 16th. The extra Sportsman division feature
will be added to a full night of racing action featuring the Modifieds,
Sportsman, Late Models, Super Stocks, and Pure Stocks.
The United Racing Company (URC) Sprint Cars will return to the Penn Can
Speedway on June 23rd to make up their feature that was postponed by
Mother Nature on May 26th. The URC Sprints will also run a second 20 lap
feature plus a Dash for Cash on this night. All of Penn Can's regular
divisions will be on the card as well. The IMCA Modified event slated for
this date has been postponed and a new date will be announced in the near
future. While the May 26th program was well past halfway, rain checks are
not valid, however, Speedway management will offer a $3 discount to fans
holding a rain check from May 26th on this night.
For more the latest and most up to date information, log onto the
speedway's official website at www.penncan.com or contact the speedway
office at (570)-585-9928.


WILLIE OSMUN, DAN STONE, DENNY DECKER, AND JIM HOWARD WIN AT PENN CAN ON
MONDAY

Bloombury, NJ's Willie Osmun picked up his second win on the Race of
Champions Dirt Sportsman Tour on Memorial Day Monday, besting a stellar
39 car field of the top Sportsman race teams in the Northeast. Dan Stone
pulled off a last lap pass of Dave Zona to pick up the win in the BRC
Lazer Challenge Series for the Late Models. In Super Stock action, Denny
Decker topped the Trackside products Super Pro Stock Series event
postponed from Friday, May 26th while Jim Howard won the regularly
scheduled event, which was also a series race. Denny Decker also drove to
victory in the Pure Stock class as well, his first win of the season in
that class.
For Osmun, the win makes him the first repeat winner in the two year
history of the Race of Champions Dirt Sportsman Tour, having won the
South series opener at Five Mile Point. The second generation driver, the
son of dirt modified legend Billy Osmun, took the green flag from the
tenth starting position aboard his Troyer Maxi-Flex machine. Penn Can
Speedway regular Alex Konopka took advantage of drawing the pole position
to grab the lead at the drop of the green flag with Middletown, NY's
Danny Creeden dropping in behind.
As Konopka continued to lead, Osmun was making his way toward the front
of the field. With the hot sun and stiff breeze making for a slicker that
usual racing surface at Penn Can, Osmun found the extreme inside groove
to his liking. Willie used that groove to make his way toward the front
of the field, picking off a car at a time to sit third by lap 21.
On a lap 22 restart, Creeden made his move for the top spot as he tried
to get alongside Konopka, but the two touched slightly causing Creeden to
skate up the track a bit, allowing Osmun to slip past into the runner-up
position. Two lap later, Osmun made what would be the winning move as
Konopka got into the first turn just a bit too hard, opening up the
inside groove for Osmun. Willie took advantage of the opening and shot
past to take over the top spot.
Willie would lead the final sixteen laps to score the win over Creeden,
who also placed second behind Osmun in the first South series event.
Shawn Walker, Bill Deckelman, and Mike Loney rounded out the top five
finishing order. Konopka, who led the first 24 laps, slipped to sixth at
the finish with Ladd Yeomans, Kyle Weiss, Tim Tanner IV and Gary Grimm
completing the top ten finishing order.
Shawn Walker, John McClelland, Brad Brightbill, Willie Osmun, and Justin
Holland won Sportsman heat races. Ken Titus and Eric Holmgren won the
consolation events. Howard Jarvis was the Sherwood Racing Wheels Hard
Charger award, advancing from 28th starting position to finish 16th, a
net gain of 12 spots.
The BRC Lazer Challenge Series feature for the Late Model division saw
Dan Stone pick up a dramatic victory. It was in improbable win for Stone
as motor problems in his heat race found the crew discovering a broken
rocker stud in the motor. In order to run the feature, Stone's crew had
to disconnect that rocker and remove the spark plug, leaving Dan to run
the feature on seven cylinders. Starting seventh on the field, Stone was
able to work his way toward the front despite being down a cylinder, as
the reduced power proved to be an advantage on the dry, slick track.
The second half of the event featured an entertaining battle for the lead
as Stone had worked his way up to second, moving into a challenging
position behind Dave Zona. The two veterans put on a show for the Penn
Can fans as Stone pressured Zona for many laps, but Dave was up to the
challenge as he held Stone at bay for many laps. A caution flag with one
lap remaining set up what would prove to be the deciding moment of the
event. As the field came down for the restart, Stone executed a perfect
restart and was able to pull to the inside of Zona down the front
stretch. Now holding the preferred line, Stone was able to complete the
pass out of the second turn. Zona tried to make a run back at Stone, but
Dan was solidly in the preferred inside groove and Zona was not able to
find a way back past as Stone picked up the win with Zona settling for a
runner-up finish. Tracy Gregory finished third ahead of Bud Phillips and
Joe Damiano. Randall Paxton, Junior Grebe, Chad Hollenbeck, Keith Mudge,
and newcomer Mark Malcolm completed the top ten.
Chad Hollenbeck, Dan Stone, and Allen Coy topped the Late Model heat
races.
Jim Howard picked up his first career Penn Can Speedway Super Stock win
in the Trackside Products Super Pro Stock Series event. It was a hard
earned win for Howard as he had to hold off the challenges of Denny
Decker and Wade Decker to pick up the win. The two Deckers pressured
Howard all the way to the finish, but Jim held them off to score the win.
Denny Decker slipped past Wade Decker on the final lap to finish second
with Wade Decker third. Chris Stull and Paul Strohl rounded out the top
five finishers. Bill Rampe, Darwin Green, Harry Marvin Jr., Matt Holmes
and Tom Herman were sixth through tenth.
Denny Decker and Chris Stull won Super Stock heats.
In the held-over Trackside Products Super Pro Stock Series race held over
from May 26th, Denny Decker drove to victory, besting Chris Stull for the
win. Jim Howard finished third with Tom Herman and Les Gillette fourth
and fifth. Bill Rampe was sixth with Harry Marvin Jr., Wade Decker, Chris
Hunsinger and Paul Strohl completing the top ten.
Denny Decker claimed his second checkered flag of the day as he led all
20 laps of the Pure Stock feature to score the win. Kurt Decker and Butch
Green spent most of the race battling for second with Decker getting the
spot on the final lap when Green suffered a flat tire. Doug Stack slipped
past Green for third while Green was able to maintain enough speed to
finish fourth. "Chargin" Charlie Gilbert finished fifth. Nate Shay was
sixth in his first Penn Can start of the season with Shane Wolf, Tom
Garren, Kevin Davies and Darryl Russell making up the remainder of the
top ten finishing order.
Rich Green, Shane Wolf, and Frank Chapman won the Pure Stock heat races
with Jamie Batzel winning the consolation event.
Racing continues every Friday night throughout the summer months at the
Penn Can Speedway. Race time is 7:15. For more information, log onto the
speedway's official website at www.penncan.com or call the speedway
office at (570)-585-9928.

DON'S AUTOMOTIVE MALL SPRINT 125 RACE SUMMARY:
RACE OF CHAMPIONS SOUTH SPORTSMAN (40 laps) : 1. WILLIE OSMUN 2. Danny
Creeden 3. Sahwn Walker 4. Bill Deckelman 5. Mike Loney 6. Alex Konopka
7. Ladd Yeomans 8. Kyle Weiss 9. Tim Tanner IV 10. Brad Grimm 11. Mike
Lartz 12. Justin Holland 13. Brad Brightbill 14. Nick Petrilak 15. Eric
Holmgren 16. Howard Jarvis 17. Jeff Crambo 18. Joe Colsten 19. Grant
Hilfiger 20. John Salvatore 21. Frank Doty 22. Pat Votra 23. Ken Titus
24. Russ Zimmerman 25. Jeremy Holt 26. Jason Hamilton 27. Jamie Yankowski
28. David Bush 29. John McClelland
DNQ: Andy Stout, Chris Wood, Paul Rooney, Ricky Rutt, Mike Nagel Jr., Dan
Pompey, Andy Miller, Matt Hayes, Eric Griffin, Joel Hilfiger.

BRC LAZER CHALLENGE SERIES LATE MODELS: 1. DAN STONE 2. Dave Zona 3.
Tracy Gregory 4. Bud Phillips 5. Joe Domaino 6. Randall Paxton 7. Junior
Grebe 8. Chad Hollenbeck 9. Keith Mudge 10. Mark Malcolm 11. Dan Snyder
12. Brett Spoor 13. Anthony Reggie 14. Brian Bernheisel 15. Allen Coy 16.
R.J. Windhausen 17. Jim O'Hara 18. Shawn Merkel 19. Bill Henning DNS:
Jamie Griffiths
TRACKSIDE PRODUCTS SUPER PRO STOCK SERIES: 1. JIM HOWARD 2. Denny Decker
3.Wade Decker 4. Chris Stull 5. Paul Strohl 6. Bill Rampe 7. Darwin
Greene 8. Harry Marvin Jr. 9. Matt Holmes 10. Tom Herman 11. Jim Hewett
12. James Millard 13. Paul Harrington 14. John Stanley 15. Harry Marvin
III 16. Chris Hunsinger 17. Les Gillette

TRACKSIDE PRODUCTS SUPER PRO STOCK SERIES (held over from 5/26) 1. DENNY
DECKER 2. Chris Stull 3. Jim Howard 4. Tom Herman 5. Les Gillette 6. Bill
Rampe 7. Harry Marvin Jr. 8. Wade Decker 9. Chris Hunsinger 10. Paul
Strohl 11. Jim Hewett 12. Jason Harrington 13. Harry Marvin III 14. Matt
Holmes 15. Darwin Green DNS: Mike Mills, Neil Palladino, Denny Smith, Ken
Taugher, James Millard

DON'S AUOTMOTIVE MALL PURE STOCKS: 1. DENNY DECKER 2. Kurt Decker 3. Doug
Stack 4. Butch Green 5. Charlie Gilbert 6. Nate Shay 7. Shane Wolf 8. Tom
Garren 9. Kevin Davies 10. Darryl Russell Jr. 11. Kevin Beach 12. Chuck
Towner Jr. 13. Daryl Ellis 14. Daryl Krebs 15. Rich Green 16. Randy Marsh
17. Jamie Batzel 18. Bob Cass 19. Mike Wilbur 20. Ted Mills 21. Matt Ruby
22. Nick Cicon 23. Frank Chapman 24. Mahlon Shoemaker DNQ: Eric Beach,
Randy Richards, Jason Bond


FRIDAY NIGHT RAIN STOPS PENN CAN URC SPRINT CAR ACTION, RELATED SCHEDULE
CHANGES ANNOUNCED

(Susquehanna, Pa.).Mother Nature was the only winner at the Penn Can
Speedway on Friday night as for the third straight week, inclement
weather prevented the scheduled racing program from being completed. The
Sprint Cars of the United Racing Club were on hand for their annual
Memorial Day visit on RPG Construction night, and the rains began falling
during the Sprint Car consolation. Track officials attempted to wait out
the rain, but the wet stuff continued to fall, forcing the postponement
of the remainder of the scheduled racing card.
With all of the rains the past three weeks, speedway officials have
announced a number of schedule changes over the next couple of weeks in
order to make up all of the features that have been rained out. This
Friday night, June 2nd finds the speedway back in action with the
completion of the event that was rained out back on May 13th. In addition
to the remainder of he May 13th show, the Modified and Pure Stocks will
also make up their events from this past Friday night, big doubleheader
for the Modifieds and Pure Stocks as both classes will run a pair of
feature events on June 2nd. In addition the Super Stocks which were
originally not on the cars on May 13th will be on hand with a full show
of racing action. Completing the cars will be the IMCA style Modifieds,
who are also making up their feature from May 13th. Since there was not a
full field of IMCA style Modified in the pits on May 13th, drivers not on
hand on May 13th are permitted to join the field as well. Rain checks
from May 13th will be honored on this night.
On Friday, June 9th, the Sportsman division will make up their rained out
feature from May 26th. It will be double feature night for the Sportsman
division in addition to a full show for all of Penn Can's regular
divisions. The Modifieds, Late Models, Super Stocks and Pure Stocks will
join the Sportsman division for a big night of racing highlighted by
double Sportsman features, a total of six big features on the night. Rain
checks from May 26th will be honored on this night.
Penn Can Speedway Officials and United Racing Company officials are
currently working to find a mutually acceptable date to reschedule the
sprint car portion of the May 26th show. That date will be announced in
the near future once a decision is made and plans are finalized. Both are
hopeful that a new date can be found for this much anticipated event.
Look for future updates in this publication or on the track's official
website at www.penncan.com.


SPRING 125 SCHEDULED MONDAY AT PENN CAN

Susquehanna, PA.Penn Can Speedway will try for a second time to get in the
annual Spring 125 Monday May 29th. This popular event was originally
scheduled for April 23rd but heavy rain forced the use of the Memorial Day
rain date. This big special Monday afternoon event will feature the BRC late
models, ROC Sportsman, Trackside Products Super/Pro Stocks and the Gary's
U-Pull-It Pure Stocks running for $300 to wn. This exciting show is expected
to bring some of the area's best racers to Penn Can Speedway. Pit gates will
open for the Spring 125 at 12:00 noon with the grandstand opening at 12:15.
Racing will begin at 2:00 pm.
The Spring 125 will feature some of the area's best racers. The BRC Lazer
Late Models will be lead by 2005 BRC Lazer Series Champion Tracy Gregory.
Gregory, a former Super Stock champion at the speedway, won the BRC Lazer
Series sponsored by Stone Excavating in only his first year of late model
racing. Gregory will be challenged by Penn Can standouts Al Coy, Jamie
Griffiths, Dave Zona, R. J. Windhausen, Bill Marvin, and a large group of
other talented drivers.
Also on the schedule will be the Race of Champions Sportsman Series. The
second year sportsman series became one of the most popular series in 2005.
Penn Can hosted two series events and each event drew over forty entrants. A
strong group of Penn Can regulars followed the series in 2005 with Penn Can
sportsman champion Arnie Slade coming home second in ROC points. Shaun
Walker and Brian Decker also finished in the top ten in series point for
2005. This event for the southern region is the second race on the schedule.
The first race at the Five Mile Point Speedway was won by Willie Osmun of
New Jersey.
New for the 2006 season is the Trackside Products Super Stock Series.
This thirteen race series will bring together the top super stocks from four
area speedways. Unfortunately rain has plagued the tour as the first three
races have been rained out. This will be the second race of the weekend for
the Super Stocks as their first tour race is scheduled for Friday May 26th
at Penn Can. Super Stock drivers from Penn Can will be challenged by drivers
from Five Mile Point, Thunder Mountain, and Afton during the series that
will make stops at each track during the year.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


URC SPRINT CARS AT PENN CAN FRIDAY

Susquehanna, PA. The Memorial Weekend tradition of sprint car racing at Penn
Can Speedway continues with the return of the United Racing Company Advanced
Auto Parts Sprint Car Tour. The popular sprinters will make their annual
appearance on Friday May 26th. They will be joined on the racing card by the
ground pounding modifieds, the thrilling sportsman, and the ever exciting
pure stocks. The Trackside Products Super/Pro Stock Tour will also be in
competition.
The URC Sprint Cars will be lead by Curt Michaels, winner of the last tour
event at the Delaware International Speedway. Also expected to be in
competition will be last years winner Brian Seidel, ageless Kramer
Williamson, Dave Ely, Brooke Weibley, Kevin Welsh, Bill Brian, and over
thirty other URC veterans.
The United Racing Company is the nation's oldest touring sprint car
series. It conducts sprint car races throughout the east coast. This popular
brand of sprint car racing is a perfect fit for the three eighths mile Penn
Can oval. Two and three wide action is expected all around the spacious
oval. Drivers will compete in qualifying heat races along with a "B" Main
event to set the starting line-up for the twenty five lap feature event.
Gates will open for this big holiday weekend event at 5:00 pm with the
first qualifying event scheduled to get the green flag at 7:15.
Penn Can Speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
just a short drive from both the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more
information please contact the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or visit us
on the web at www.penncan.com. The speedway is sponsored in part for the
2006 season by great corporate partners including Don's Automotive Mall,
Pump-N-Pantry Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine
Line Auto, American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


MOTHER NATURE WINS AGAIN AT PENN CAN ON FRIDAY NIGHT

(Susquehanna, Pa.).Mother Nature was the only winner at the Penn Can
Speedway on Friday night as for the second straight week, inclement
weather prevented the scheduled racing program from being completed. With
rain falling throughout the day and more forecast, officials made the
call to cancel the program early in order to save fans and race teams an
unnecessary trip.
With a big weekend of racing action already set for the upcoming Memorial
Day Weekend, the rained out event will be made up on Friday, June 2nd.
The IMCA style Modifieds will join Penn Can's five regular divisions to
set up a big six division racing card on June 2nd. Rain checks from May
13th will be honored on this night.
As always, Memorial Day Weekend at the Penn Can Speedway will see plenty
of racing action during the first major Holiday Weekend of the summer. On
Friday, May 26th, the sprint cars of the United Racing Company (URC) will
make their traditional Memorial Day stop at the Penn Can Speedway. The
Modifieds, Sportsman, Super Stocks, and Pure Stocks will all be in action
as well. For the Super Stocks, they will be running the third race on the
Trackside Products Series. The Late Models will have the night off.
On Memorial Day, Monday, May 29th, the Penn Can Speedway will present the
rained out Sprint 125 which was originally scheduled back on April 22nd.
The Late Models return to action for the first race of the BRC Lazer
Challenge Series sponsored by Bernheisel Race Components. The Sportsman
division will also have a major special event as they take part in a 40
lap $, 1000 to win Race of Champions Sportsman Tour event. The Super
Stocks return for another Trackside Products Series event with the Pure
Stocks rounding out the card in a special $300 to win event. Gates open
at noon with racing getting underway at 2 PM.
For further information, log onto Penn Can's official website at
www.penncan.com or contact the speedway office at (570)-585-9928.


URC SPRINT CARS AT PENN CAN MAY 26TH

Susquehanna, PA. The Memorial Weekend tradition of sprint car racing at Penn
Can Speedway continues with the return of the United Racing Company Advanced
Auto Parts Sprint Car Tour. The popular sprinters will make their annual
appearance on Friday May 26th. They will be joined on the racing card by the
ground pounding modifieds, the thrilling sportsman, and the ever exciting
pure stocks. The Trackside Products Super/Pro Stock Tour will also be in
competition.
The URC Sprint Cars will be lead by Curt Michaels, winner of the last
tour event at the Delaware International Speedway. Also expected to be in
competition will be last years winner Brian Seidel, ageless Kramer
Williamson, Dave Ely, Brooke Weibley, Kevin Welsh, Bill Brian, and over
thirty other URC veterans.
The United Racing Company is the nation's oldest touring sprint car
series. It conducts sprint car races throughout the east coast. This popular
brand of sprint car racing is a perfect fit for the three eighths mile Penn
Can oval. Two and three wide action is expected all around the spacious
oval. Drivers will compete in qualifying heat races along with a "B" Main
event to set the starting line-up for the twenty five lap feature event.
Gates will open for this big holiday weekend event at 5:00 pm with the
first qualifying event scheduled to get the green flag at 7:15.
Penn Can Speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
just a short drive from both the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more
information please contact the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or visit us
on the web at www.penncan.com. The speedway is sponsored in part for the
2006 season by great corporate partners including Don's Automotive Mall,
Pump-N-Pantry Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine
Line Auto, American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


MOTHER NATURE THE ONLY WINNER AT PENN CAN ON FRIDAY NIGHT

(Susquehanna, Pa.).Mother Nature was the only winner at the Penn Can
Speedway on Friday night as persistent showers in the area shut down the
racing action for the evening. With a solid field of cars on hand for the
night's activities, co-promoters Reed Miller and Al Wilcox made every
effort to get the show in, but it was not to be. Track crews worked the
track into shape after a couple of showers but each time the rains
returned forcing officials to pull the plug on the night's scheduled
racing activities.
The rain on Friday night sets up a big night of racing on Friday night,
May 19th. The Super Stocks were not on the card this past Friday night
due to a scheduled Trackside Products Series race at Afton, but the
popular full fendered class will be back in action this Friday night
along with the Modifieds, Sportsman, Late Models, and Pure Stocks.
The IMCA style Modifieds have been added to the Friday, May 19th car as
well. After their first of four Penn Can appearances were rained out on
Friday night. Penn Can management has added them to this Friday night's
card to make up their rained out race. Since there was not a full field
on IMCA style Modifieds on hand this past Friday night, there are still
spots in the field available for any IMCA style Modifieds who wish to
compete this Friday night.
With the addition of the IMCA Modifieds to the card, this sets up a big
six division racing show this Friday night. Racing gets underway at 7:15
PM.
It is not too early to start making plans for Memorial Day Weekend as the
Penn Can Speedway will present two days or racing action during the first
major Holiday Weekend of the summer. On Friday, May 26th, the sprint cars
of the United Racing Company (URC) will make their traditional Memorial
Day stop at the Penn Can Speedway. The Modifieds, Sportsman, Super
Stocks, and Pure Stocks will all be in action as well. For the Super
Stocks, they will be running the third race on the Trackside Products
Series. The Late Models will have the night off.
On Memorial Day, Monday, May 29th, the Penn Can Speedway will present the
rained out Sprint 125 which was originally scheduled back on April 22nd.
The Late Models return to action for the first race of the BRC Lazer
Challenge Series sponsored by Bernheisel Race Components. The Sportsman
division will also have a major special event as they take part in a 40
lap $, 1000 to win Race of Champions Sportsman Tour event. The Super
Stocks return for another Trackside Products Series event with the Pure
Stocks rounding out the card in a special $300 to win event. Gates open
at noon with racing getting underway at 2 PM.
For further information, log onto Penn Can's official website at
www.penncan.com or contact the speedway office at (570)-585-9928.


IMCA STYLE MODIFIEDS AT PENN CAN FRIDAY

Susquehanna, PA.The great racing action returns again this Friday night to
the Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania. The speedway will host
another five star card of racing featuring the mighty modifieds. Joining the
modifieds in action will be the popular late models, the thrilling sportsman
and the always exciting pure stocks. Making their first of four appearance
during the 2006 season are the IMCA style modifieds. They will be in action
in a twenty lap feature event paying the winner $300 based on a fourteen car
starting field.
Modified action at the Susquehanna County oval has been fast paced and
exciting. Al Rudalavage from Newton Lake was the Opening Night winner
followed across the line by modified rookie Brian Decker, Joey Grammes, and
agelss Carl Nagel. The most recent modified winner was Mitch Gibbs of
Norwich, New York. Gibbs lead a three car team effort winning out over
teammates Joey Grammes and Butch Getz.
In the late model division Junior Grebe and Dave Zona have feature wins.
Knocking on the door are late model standouts Dan Stone, Al Coy, Tracy
Gregory, and Jamie Griffiths.
The sportsman also have different winners the last two weeks. Mike Loney
and Mike Lartz both have visited Victory Lane. In the pure stocks, Butch
Green is the man to beat picking up wins both night.
The super stocks have this Friday off from racing at Penn Can Speedway to
compete in the Trackside Products Super Stock Tour at the Afton Speedway in
Afton, New York. This thirteen race tour is a joint effort between Penn Can
Speedway, Afton, Thunder Mountain Speedway, and Five Mile Point. This
cooperative effort is being made to strengthen Super/Pro stock racing in the
area. The first Trackside Products Super/Pro Stock Tour event at Penn Can
Speedway will be Friday May 26th. It will be followed the next Monday for
the rained out Spring 125 which also features a tour event.
Penn Can Speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania
just a short drive from both the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more
information please contact the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or visit us
on the web at www.penncan.com. The speedway is sponsored in part for the
2005 season by great corporate partners including Don's Automotive Mall,
Pump-N-Pantry Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine
Line Auto, American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


MITCH GIBBS SOCRES FIRST EVER PENN CAN SPEEDWAY VICTORY

(Susquehanna, Pa.) Over the past decade, Norwich, NY's Mitch Gibbs has
visited victory lane at many different area speedways, but a victory at
the Penn Can Speedway has always eluded him. That changed on Friday night
as Gibbs piloted his new Friday night ride prepared by the Grammes family
of Kunkletown, Pa. to his first ever Penn Can win. Pure Stock graduate
Mike Lartz topped the Sportsman field to earn his first open wheel win at
Penn Can wile Dave Zona took his first Late Model win of 2006. Denny
Decker repeated his opening night win in the Super Stocks as did Butch
Green in the Pro Stocks.
The Modified feature came to the green flag with Steve Babicek and Ron
Mawson Jr. setting the pace. Third running Butch Getz made a move to the
low side of Babicek entering the first turn and came away with the race
lead. Behind Getz, his teammates were on the move as ninth starting Mitch
Gibbs and eleventh place starter Joey Grammes worked traffic together to
make their way toward the front of the field. The two teammates narrowly
averted disaster as they made contact racing in heavy traffic as Gibbs
hopped over the front wheel of Grammes' machine. Luckily for both, no
damage was done and both regrouped and continued to work toward the front
of the field.
As the race neared the halfway point, Grammes made his move to the lead
of the field as he drove around the outside of Getz to take over the top
spot. Just a couple of laps later, Gibbs also drove around Getz into
second and set off in pursuit of his teammate. Finding the outside groove
of the speedway to his liking, Gibbs was able to reel in Grammes, who was
running the low side of the speedway. Over the next several laps the pair
of Slug and Slam construction sponsored car put on a show for the Penn
Can fans as they battled for the top spot. With Grammes' white machine on
the bottom, Gibbs had to take his black machine to the top. Gibbs made
the outside work as he blasted past Grammes down the backstretch on the
22nd lap.
Once out front, Gibbs was able to move away from Grammes a bit, but heavy
lapped traffic in the closing stages allowed Grammes to close in
somewhat. Gibbs did a masteful job of working the traffic and was able to
maintain his advantage. At the checkered flag it was Gibbs taking the win
by about eight lengths over Grammes. Getz held on to finish third giving
the Grammes Racing Team a sweep of the top three finising positions in
the feature event. Openig night feature winner Alan Rudalavage drove to a
fourth place finish while Mike Colsten rounded out the top five
finishers. Brian Decker, Bill Thornton Jr., Ron Mawson Jr., Bill Huff and
Chris Shupp completed to top ten running order.
Steve Babicek, Chris Shupp, and Joey Grammes topped the Modified
qualifying events.
In Sportsman division action, Mike Lartz claimed his first ever Penn Can
Speedway Sportsman division win. Lartz charged from ninth starting
position to the front of the filed, driving past early race pacesetter
Russ Zimmerman to take over the top spot prior to the halfway point of
the event. The second half of the Sportsman event featured a tight battle
for the top spot as Grant Hilfiger moved into the runner-up position and
went to work on Lartz for the top spot. The two graduates of the Pure
Stock division locked in a tight battle for the lead as Hilfiger was all
over the back of Lartz the entire second half of the race. Despite heavy
pressure from Hilfiger, Lartz never made a mistake and was able to hold
off Hilfiger all the way to pick up the win by a narrow margin. Hilfiger
scored a strong runnerup finish and came to victory lane to shake Lartz'
hand in a display of sportsmanship. Jeff Crambo turned in a solid drive
to finish third with opening night winner Mike Loney finishing fourth
with early leader Zimmerman picking up a fifth place finish. Alex
Konopka, Andy Stout, Ken Titus, GarthTonkin Jr., and rookie Dan Pompey
completed the top ten finishing order.
Russ Zimmerman, Rick Brown, and Grant Hilfiger won the three Sportsman
qualifiers.
In Late Model action, defending track champion Dave Zona drove to his
first feature win of the 2006 campaign. Problems on opening night found
Zona handicapped to the outside pole starting position. Dave wasted
little time in making his way to the head of the field as he immediately
took the top spot as the field headed into the first turn. Though he
would go on to lead the entire 20 lap distance, it was far from an easy
win for Zona. For the majority of the feature event, Zona was under heavy
pressure from multi-time former champion Dan Stone. Stone moved quickly
from his ninth starting position to challenge Zona for the top spot.
Stone pressured Zona all the way, several times ducking underneath off
the turns, but Zona's momentuum in the outside groove propelled him back
into the lead. A caution flag on the final lap set up a one lap sprint to
the finish. Entering the first turn, Stone drove in hard on the top side
in a last ditch effort to wrest the lead from Zona. Stone got in too hot
and got crossed up which sealed the win for Zona, who ran off the final
lap without any pressure from this point. Stone's loss of momentum
allowed Allen Coy the opening he needed as he slipped past Stone for
second with Stone settling for a third place finish. Tracy Gregory and
Joe Domiano were fourth and fifth respectively. Jamie Griffiths finished
sixth over Alan Kellogg, R.J. Windhausen, Bud Phillips and Chad
Hollenbeck.
Jim O'Hara, Tracy Gregory, and Randall Paxton won the Late Model heats.
Defending Super Stock champion Denny Decker made it two in a row as he
drove to victory in the 20 lap Super Stock main. Decker drove from ninth
starting position to take the lead from Paul Strohl on the 14th lap,
running Strohl down in traffic to take over the top spot. Decker led the
final six laps to secure the victory. A fast closing Darwin Greene
slipped underneath Strohl on the final lap to take the runner-up spot
with Strohl finishing third. Chris Hunsinger and Harry Marvin Jr. rounded
out the top five finishers. Jack Stanley, Tom Hermann, Mike Mills, James
Millard and Chris Strohl were sixth through tenth respectively.
Decker and Strohl topped the Super Stock heat races.
In Pure Stock action, Butch Green's second win of the season was a hard
fought one as Green had to hold off a determined challenge from Charlie
Gilbert to pick up the victory. Gilbert threw everything he had at Green
before settling for a second place finish over Tommy Garren, Mahlon
Shoemaker, and Keith Wilkins. Matt Ruby drove to a sixth place finish
ahead of Ray Lindquist and Kevin Beach. Tom Eiklor and Paul Carpenter
completed the top ten finishes.
Homer Ferrante, Matt Ruby, and Butch Green topped the Pure Stock heat
races.
Racing continues this Friday night with a full five division show of
racing action on the fast 3/8 mile clay oval. The IMCA style Modifieds
make their first of four Penn Can appearances this Friday night, joining
the Modifieds,, Sportsman, Late Models, and Pure Stocks for a full night
of racing action. The Super Stocks will have the night off as they will
be running a Trackside Products Series race at the Afton Speedway. For
more information, log onto the speedway's website at www.penncan.com or
contact the speedway office by telephone at (570)-585-9928.

PENN CAN SPEEDWAY RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS (30 laps) 1. MITCH GIBBS 2. Joey Grammes 3. Butch Getz 4. Alan
Rudalavage 5. Mike Colsten 6. Brian Decker 7. Bill Thornton Jr. 8. Ron
Mauson 9. Bill Huff 10 Chris Shupp 11. Eric Bonham 12. Carl Nagel 13.
Darwin Greene 14. Brian Weaver 15. Ed Strada Jr. 16. Steve Babicek 17.
Jason Andrews 18. George Kostelansky 19. Mike Trautschold 20. Rich Keehle
21. Brian Franko 22. Bill Miller 23. Mike Nagel
SPORTSMAN (20 laps) 1. MIKE LARTZ 2. Grant Hilfiger 3. Jeff Crambo 4.
Mike Loney 5. Russ Zimmerman 6. Alex Konopka 7. Andy Stout 8. Ken Titus
9. Garth Tonkin Jr. 10. Dan Pompey 11. Nick Petrilak 12. Alex Tonkin 13.
Jamie Yankowski 14. Joey Colsten 15. Paul Rooney 16. Chris Wood 17.
Jeremy Howe 18. Mike Nagel Jr. 19. Mike Marold 20. Bubba Folk 21. Eric
Griffin 22. Mike Trautschold 23. Rick Brown 24. Kevin Green 25. Brian
Franko
LATE MODELS (20 laps) 1. DAVE ZONA 2. Allen Coy 3. Dan Stone 4. Tracy
Gregory 5. Joe Damiano 6. Jamie Griffiths 7. Alan Kellogg 8. R. J.
Windhausen 9. Bud Phillips 10,. Chad Hollenbeck 11. Billy Marvin 12. Jim
O'Hara 13. Junior Grebe 14. Keith Mudge 15. Larry DeLello 16. Randall
Paxton 17. Anthony Reggie DNS: Adam MacGeorge
SUPER STOCKS: (20 laps)1. Denny Decker 2. Darwin Greene 3. Paul Strohl 4.
Chris Hunsinger 5. Harry Marvin Jr. 6. Jack Stanley 7. Tom Hermann 8.
Mike Mills 9. James Millard 10. Chris Strohl 11. Neil DiBlasi 12. Jim
Hughes 13. Harry Marvin III 14. Ken Taugher 15. Matt Holmes
PURE STOCS (15 laps) 1. BUTCH GREEN 2. Charlie Gilbert 3. Tom Garren 4.
Mahlon Shoemaker 5. Keith Wilkins 6. Matt Ruby 7. Ray Lindquist 8. Kevin
Beach 9. Tom Eiklor 10 Paul Carpenter 11. Scott Edwards 12. Bimmer Gully
13. Eric Beach 14. Jon Carpenter 15. Chad Stone 16. Ken Washburn 17. Lou
Ross 19. Chuck Towner Jr. 19. Homer Freeante DNS: Tom Groover, Jason Bond


ALAN RUDALAVAGE, MIKE LONEY, JUNIOR GREBE, DENNY DECKER, AND BUTCH GREEN

SHARE OPENING NIGHT WINS AT PENN CAN
(Susquehanna, Pa.).The Penn Can Speedway kicked off their 2006 racing
season on a cool but dry spring evening. With well over 100 racing
machines in the pits, the 2006 season got underway with Alan Rudalavage
topping the 40 lap opening night special in the Modified division. Former
Super Stock champion Mike Loney drove to his first career Sportsman
division win while Junior Grebe won his first ever Penn Can Speedway Late
Model feature. Denny Decker copped the 20 lap Super Stock feature with
Butch Green earning the win in the Pure Stock ranks.
With the line-up set via the luck of the draw, Butch Getz and Brian
Weaver paced the field to Gary Folk Jr.'s green flag. Getz grabbed the
early lead with Weaver and Joey Grammes in hot pursuit. Grammes worked
his way past Weaver and then around his teammate Getz to take over the
top spot. Eventual winner Rudalavage was making his way forward from his
seventh starting position as he had moved to third behind Weaver and
Grammes in only five laps.
A flat left rear tire would prove to be Weaver's undoing on lap ten as he
brought his Decker Logging sponsored machine to a halt at the entrance of
the pit road, bringing out the caution flag. The restart following this
caution flag would prove to be the pivotal moment of the race as
Rudalavage was able to drive around Grammes on the restart to take over
the top spot. Once out front, Rudalavage would led the rest of the way
aboard his Quinn's Market/Allen Hornbeck Chevrolet sponsored entry to
pick up the $1500 opening night victory.
Once out front, Rudalavage would have things his own way for the
remainder of the event. With the final 25 laps of the event being run
without a caution flag, Alan was able to drive away form the field aboard
is Fingerlakes Machine powered Bicknell machine. By the time the
checkered flag was displayed, Rudalavage had lapped all the way up to the
fourth place car and had built up better than a straightaway lead.
While Rudalavage was dominating the event, the best battle on the track
was for the runner-up position. Brian Decker, making his first Modified
start after moving up from the Sportsman ranks, was able to slip past
Grammes in the waning laps to record a runner-up finish aboard his Cooper
Tire/Gary's U-Pull It sponsored entry while Grammes settled for a third
place finish. Longtime veteran Carl Nagel recovered from a lap seven
incident to finish fourth while Weaver came back from his flat tire to
record a fifth place finish. Mitch Gibbs, making his first start as a
Friday night regular at Penn Can, finished sixth in his new ride out of
the Grammes stables with Mike Colsten, Mike Gular, Bill Thornton Jr., and
Ed Strada Jr. completing the top ten.
Rudalavage, Weaver, and modified rookie Eric Bonham won the Modified
qualifying events.
In Sportsman division action, Taylor, Pa.'s Mike Loney took advantage of
an outside pole starting spot to pick up his first career Sportsman
division victory. Loney, a former track champion in the Super Stocks
before making the move up to the Sportsman class, worked his way past
polesetter Grant Hilfiger on the first lap and would go on to lead all 20
laps of the event to pick up the win. Driving last year's championship
car that he purchased from Arnie Slade over the winter months, Loney
fought off a late race challenge from Jeff Crambo to secure his first
career Sportsman win. Crambo crossed the line second ahead of Garth
Tonkin Jr., Brian Franko, and Grant Hilfiger. Paul Rooney, Jeremy Holt,
Joey Colsten, Mike Lartz and Ken Titus completed the top ten running
order.
Grant, Hilfiger, Mike Loney, Paul Rooney, and Mike Lartz topped the
Sportsman division heat races with Jamie Yankowski copping the
consolation event win.
The Late Model division saw a new face in victory lane as Easton, Pa.'s
Junior Grebe drove to his first career Penn Can Speedway feature win.
Grebe, a veteran of more than 30 years of Late Model racing in the
southern part of the southern part of the Keystone State, drove from his
tenth starting position to take the lead from early race pacesetter Jamie
Griffiths on the twelfth lap. Once out front, Grebe was not to be denied
as he led the remainder of the event to pick up the win. Bud Phillips
drove to a runner-up finish with Adam MacGeorge finishing third ahead of
Tracy Gregory and Dan Stone. Jamie Griffiths, Allen Coy, Billy Marvin,
R.J. Windhausen, and newcomer Brian Bernheisel completed the top ten.
R.J. Windhausen and Randall Paxton won the Late Model heat races.
Defending Super Stock champion Denny Decker got his title defense off to
a good start on Friday night as he drove to victory on opening night. It
was a hard fought win for Decker as he and Chris Hunsinger spent the
majority of the event locked in a side by side battle for the top spot.
After a tight battle, Decker was able to take the spot and go on to
victory with Hunsinger challenging all the way to the checkered flag.
Darwin Green finished a solid third ahead of Tom Herman and Jack Stanley.
Harry Marvin III was sixth ahead of Chris Strohl, Les Gillette, Harry
Marvin Jr., and Mike Mills.
Hunsinger and Decker won the Super Stock heat races.
Butch Green started off his career as a Penn Can Speedway regular the
right way as he drove to victory in the 15 lap Pure Stock feature. Green
and Tom Eiklor swapped the top spot back and forth a couple of times
before Green was able to take the lead for good on the 12th circuit.
Eiklor charged from an 18th place start to challenge for the win before
settling for a runner-up finish ahead of Charlie Gilbert, Mahlon
Shoemaker, and Keith Wilkins. Kevin Beach, Ray Lindquist, Paul Carpenter,
Jon Carpenter, and Dave Conklin rounded out the top ten finishers.
Jon Carpenter and Butch Green won the Pure Stock heat races.
Racing continues this Friday night with a full five division show of
racing action on the fast 3.8 mile clay oval. The Modifieds, Sportsman,
Late Models, Super Stocks, and Pure Stocks will all be in action in a
full slate of qualifying events leading up to five big feature races. For
more information, log onto the speedway's website at www.penncan.com or
contact the speedway office by telephone at (570)-585-9928.

PENN CAN SPEEDWAY RACE SUMMARY:
MODIFIEDS (40 laps) 1. ALAN RUDALAVAGE 2. Brian Decker 3. Joey Grammes 4.
Carl Nagel 5. Brian Weaver 6. Mitch Gibbs 7. Mike Colsten 8. Mike Gular
9. Bill Thonton Jr. 10. Ed Strada Jr. 11. Bill Huff 12. Brian Franko 13.
Chris Shupp 14. Jason Andrews 15. Butch Getz 16. Joel Batzel 17. George
Kostelansky 18. Ron Mawson 19. Steve Babicek 20. Rich Keehle 21. Gordy
Isham 22. Darwin Green 23. Eric Bonham 24. Bill Miller 25. Mike Nagel

SPORTSMAN (20 laps) 1. MIKE LONEY 2. Jeff Crambo 3. Garth Tonkin Jr. 4.
Brian Franko 5. Grant Hilfiger 6. Paul Rooney 7. Jeremy Holt 8. Joey
Colsten 9. Mike Lartz 10. Ken Titus 11. Jamie Yankowski 12. Mike Marold
Jr. 13. Mike Trautschold 14. Alex Tonkin 15. Eric Griffin 16. Rich Green
17. Andy Stout 18. Mike Nagel Jr. 19. Nick Petrilak 20. Alex Konopka 21.
Bill Deckelman 22. Shawn Mills 23. Chris Wood 24. Dan Pompey DNQ: Russ
Zimmerman, Jeremy Howe, Bubba Folk, Rick Brown, Matt Haynes

LATE MODELS (20 laps) 1. JUNIOR GREBE 2. Bud Phillips 3. Adam MacGeorge
4. Tracy Gregory 5. Dan Stone 6. Jamie Griffiths 7. Allen Coy 8. Billy
Marvin 9. R. J. Windhausen 10. Brian Bernheisel 11. Keith Mudge 12. Chad
Hollenbeck 13. Randall Paxton 14. Dan Snyder 15. Joe Damiano 16. Larry
DeLello 17. Dave Zona 18. Jim O'Hara

SUPER STOCKS (20 laps) 1. DENNY DECKER 2. Chris Hunsinger 3. Darwin Green
4. Tom Herman 5. Jack Stanley 6. Harry Marvin III 7. Chris Strohl 8. Les
Gillette 9. Harry Marvin Jr.10. Mike Mills 11. Paul Strohl 12. Jim Hughes
Jr. 13. James Millard 14. Jim Hughes Sr. DNS: Steve Holmes

PURE STOCKS: 1. BUTCH GREEN 2. Tom Eiklor 3. Charlie Gilbert 4. Mahlon
Shoemaker 5. Keith Wilkins 6. Kevin Beach 7. Ray Lindquist 8. Paul
Carpenter 9. Jon Carpenter 10. Dave Conklin 11. Tom Groover 12. Chuck
Towner 13. Homer Ferrante 14. Bimmer Gully 15. Matt Ruby 16. Tom Garren
17. Josh Conklin DNS: Ted Mills


RAIN HALTS SPRING 125 AT PENN CAN, RESCHEDULED FOR MEMORIAL DAY, MAY 29th

(Susquehanna, Pa.).Heavy rains all night on Saturday night and a dire
forecast calling for even more rain on Sunday forced the Penn Can
Speedway to cancel their 2006 season opener slated for Sunday afternoon.
Track management made the decision to postpone the racing action early on
Sunday morning to save those teams traveling a considerable distance from
making the tow to the track needlessly. The entire event has been
rescheduled to Memorial Day Monday, May 29th with a 2 PM starting time.
Headlining the card on Memorial Day will be a 40 lap feature for the Race
of Champions Sportsman Tour. Well over 40 of the top Sportsman teams in
the Northeast invaded Penn Can last season for this event and another
stellar field is expected for this South region event. A strong field of
invaders including Five Mile Point winner Willie Osmun is expected to be
on hand to challenge the Penn Can Speedway regulars in this much
anticipated event.
The Late Model division will also do battle in a series race as the
Bernheisel Race Components and Stone's Excavating will present the first
race on the BRC Lazer Challenge Series. With Penn Can Speedway being the
home track of the Late Models in the Southern Tier, a strong field is
expected to be on hand with several outside invaders expected to
challenge the Penn Can regulars.
The Super Stocks will also be on the card running a series race as part
of the Trackside Products Super Stock Series. This series was put
together over the winter months as a cooperative effort between the
Southern Tier speedways to give the Super Stock teams a shot at their own
traveling series, something they have not had the past couple of seasons.
All of the tracks are working together on scheduling and there no
conflicting dates which should make for solid fields at all of the series
events.
The always exciting Penn Can Pure Stocks round out the card. With this
being an open date around the Southern Tier, look for many of the area's
top Pure Stocks to invade and challenge the Penn Can regulars.
With the Spring 125 rained out, racing action at Penn Can shifts to their
regular Friday night format with all five of Penn Can's regular divisions
in action for what will now be the season opener for all five classes.
This Friday night finds the Modifieds taking center stage with a 40 lap
opening night feature event. The Sportsman, Late Models, Super Stocks,
and Pure Stocks will also be in competition as well as the quest for the
2006 track championship begins in all five of the track's regular
classes. Racing gets underway at 7:15 PM sharp.
For more information, log onto the speedway's website at www.penncan.com
or contact the speedway office by telephone at (570)-585-9928.


PENN CAN SPEEDWAY TO OPEN SUNDAY

Susquehanna, PA.The 2006 racing season is set to begin at Penn Can Speedway
Sunday April 23rd with the second annual Spring 125 for sportsman, late
models, super stocks, and pure stocks. Gates for this Sunday afternoon
special open at 12:00 noon with the first heat race to take the track at
2:00 pm. Rain date for this event will be Memorial Day May 29th. Times will
remain the same.
The Race of Champions Tour for the sportsman will make one of their three
scheduled appearances at Penn Can Speedway in 2006. This event will feature
racers competing on the sportsman southern division. Participating tracks in
the southern division include Five Mile Point Speedway, Big Diamond
Speedway, New Egypt Speedway, Bridgeport Speedway, as well as the Chemung
Speedrome. This should mean a banner group of sportsman tour regulars will
be at Penn Can for the second race of the southern division tour. Willie
Osmun was the winner of the first series race at Five Mile Point.
The BRC Late Model Series sponsored by Stone Excavating will start its
2006 season at Penn Can with a big thirty five lap feature event. The series
will be contested at three different speedways during the 2006 season. Five
Mile Point Speedway in Kirkwood, New York and The New Afton Speedway in
Afton, New York will also hold BRC Lazer Series events.
New for the 2006 season will be the first running of the Trackside
Products Super Stock Series. This new series will start at Penn Can during
the Spring 125. Super Stock drivers will compete in a big twenty five lap
feature to begin the tour which will stop at Five Mile Point, Afton
Speedway, and the Thunder Mountain Speedway in Center Lisle, New York.
Rounding out the Spring 125 will be the popular Gary's U-Pull-It Pure
Stocks. This dynamic division will be competing in a big twenty five lap
feature event. Traditionally pure stock racing at Penn Can Speedway has
always been exciting and with interest high during the off-season, the same
can be expected this year.
Regular Friday night racing returns Friday April 28th with a huge five
division card. The mighty modifieds will make their first appearance of the
year in a big forty lap feature paying $1500 to win. They will be joined by
the late models, sportsman, super stocks, and pure stocks.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
Stone Excavating, American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


SPRING 125 STARTS PENN CAN SPEEDWAY SEASON

Susquehanna, PA.Penn Can Speedway is set to open the doors for the 2006
racing season with a big special Sunday afternoon event April 23rd for the
BRC late models, ROC Sportsman, Trackside Products Super/Pro Stocks and the
pure stocks. This exciting opening day is expected to bring some of the
area's best racers to Penn Can Speedway to start the new season. Pit gates
will open for the Spring 125 at 11:30 am with the grandstand opening at
12:00 noon. Racing will begin at 2:00 pm. Rain date for this special will be
Memorial Day Monday.
The Spring 125 will feature some of the area's best racers. The BRC Lazer
Late Models will be lead by 2005 BRC Lazer Series Champion Tracy Gregory.
Gregory, a former Super Stock champion at the speedway, won the BRC Lazer
Series sponsored by Stone Excavating in only his first year of late model
racing. Gregory will be challenged by Penn Can standouts Al Coy, Jamie
Griffiths, Dave Zona, R. J. Windhausen, Bill Marvin, and a large group of
other talented drivers.
Also on the schedule will be the Race of Champions Sportsman Series. The
second year sportsman series became one of the most popular series in 2005.
Penn Can hosted two series events and each event drew over forty entrants. A
strong group of Penn Can regulars followed the series in 2005 with Penn Can
sportsman champion Arnie Slade coming home second in ROC points. Shaun
Walker and Brian Decker also finished in the top ten in series point for
2005.
New for the 2006 season is the Trackside Products Super Stock Series.
This thirteen race series will bring together the top super stocks from four
area speedways. Super Stock drivers from Penn Can will be challenged by
drivers from Five Mile Point, Thunder Mountain, and Afton during the series
that will make stops at each track during the year.
Regular Friday night racing returns Friday April 28th with a huge five
division card. The mighty modifieds will make their first appearance of the
year in a big forty lap feature paying $1500 to win. They will be joined by
the late models, sportsman, super stocks, and pure stocks.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


PUMP-N-PANTRY STORES TO SPONSOR PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

Susquehanna, PA. Penn Can Speedway is proud to announce continued
corporate support from the Pump-N-Pantry Stores of northeastern Pennsylvania
and the southern tier of New York. Pump-N-Pantry will be the primary sponsor
of the two Championship nights of racing at Penn Can Speedway during the
2006 season. Pump-N-Pantry will be title sponsors of the Mid Season
Championships Friday July 7th and the Penn Can Championship Night Friday
September 8th. This will mark the tenth season of sponsorship during the
tenure of Al Wilcox and Reed Miller at Penn Can and over fifteen years of
involvement at the Susquehanna County Speedway.
"We could not be happier with our relationship with the Pump-N-Pantry
Stores," explains Miller. "Sam Anderson and Scott Quigg have been behind us
since we took over in 1996. They have been a great corporate partner and we
love having them associated with two of the major races at the speedway as
well as their Victory Lane sponsorship."
Pump-N-Pantry has fifteen different locations in northeastern
Pennsylvania and southern New York. There is a store near just about all the
communities within driving distance to Penn Can Speedway. All stores are
open 365 days a year and twenty four hours a day. Race fans traveling
Interstate 81 to Penn Can Speedway will find stores located at the Lenox,
New Milford, and Great Bend exits. Other popular locations are in Montrose,
Nicholson, Tunkhannock, and Lake Winola. They are open before and after the
races at Penn Can for all your convenient store products as well as the most
reasonably priced gasoline in the area. Each location features a deli with
many great fresh food selections. They also have pizza, subs, soups, and
many daily specials. Endless Mountain Coffee is also brewed fresh daily.
Penn Can Speedway is set to open the doors for the 2006 racing season
with a big special Sunday afternoon event for the BRC late models, ROC
Sportsman, Trackside Products Super/Pro Stocks and the pure stocks. This
exciting opening day is expected to bring some of the area's best racers to
Penn Can Speedway to start the new season. Pit gates will open for the
Spring 125 at 11:30 am with the grandstand opening at 12:00 noon. Racing
will begin at 2:00 pm. Rain date for this special will be Memorial Day
Monday.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


DON'S AUTOMOTIVE MALL TO SPONSOR PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

Susquehanna, PA.Once again in 2006 Don's Automotive Mall will be one of the
main corporate sponsors at Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania.
For the last nine seasons, Don's has been sponsoring race programs at Penn
Can Speedway making them one of the longest continuing sponsors for
promoters Al Wilcox and Reed Miller.

This season Don's Automotive Mall will sponsor three of the speedway's
biggest events. The sponsorship begins on Opening Day with Don's sponsoring
the second annual Spring 125 to start off the new season. They will then
return sponsoring the two biggest modified events of the year. Both of these
dates will be Race of Champions Series races at Penn Can Speedway. The first
event will be Tuesday August 1st with the Don's Automotive Mall Hot Summer
Night Special featuring both the ROC modifieds and sportsman. They will then
be back on board sponsoring the annual King of the Can Modified Special
Friday September 15th. This will be a combination North South Modified race
for the Race of Champion Series. Last season Brian Weaver beat modified
standout Doug Hoffman and over forty other modified drivers in one of the
most exciting races of the season.

Don's Automotive Mall has been the area leader in providing recycled high
quality auto parts for the last fifty years. They service the entire
southern tier of New York as well as all of northeastern Pennsylvania.
Trucks are on the road daily making important deliveries to their
commercial, retail, and wholesale costumers. For more information check out
their web site at www.donsauto.com.

As mentioned, Penn Can Speedway is set to open the doors for the 2006 racing
season with a big special Sunday afternoon event for the BRC late models,
ROC Sportsman, Trackside Products Super/Pro Stocks and the pure stocks. This
exciting opening day is expected to bring some of the area's best racers to
Penn Can Speedway to start the new season. Pit gates will open for the
Spring 125 at 11:30 am with the grandstand opening at 12:00 noon. Racing
will begin at 2:00 pm. Rain date for this special will be Memorial Day
Monday.

The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.

The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


SPRING 125 AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY SUNDAY APRIL 23RD

Susquehanna, PA. Penn Can Speedway is set to open the doors for the 2006
racing season with a big special Sunday afternoon event for the BRC late
models, ROC Sportsman, Trackside Products Super/Pro Stocks and the pure
stocks. This exciting opening day is expected to bring some of the area's
best racers to Penn Can Speedway to start the new season. Pit gates will
open for the Spring 125 at 11:30 am with the grandstand opening at 12:00
noon. Racing will begin at 2:00 pm. Rain date for this special will be
Memorial Day Monday.
Last year Dan Stone, making one of his rare appearances at Penn Can took
home the first checkered flag in race one of the BRC Lazer Series sponsored
by Stone Excavation. Tracy Gregory, in his rookie late model start, came
home second to Stone on his way to the BRC Championship. In the first ever
ROC Sportsman Series event for 2005 Brian Decker beat out over forty five
sportsman drivers.
The mighty modifieds will not be on the Sunday card but will return the
following Friday for their first show of the new season. Defending Champion
Brian Weaver will return to try for his eighth Penn Can Championship. Weaver
has won the last five championships in a row. Many top modified drivers will
be in the field looking to get the elusive championship from Weaver. Those
drivers expected include Alan Rudalavage, Mike Gular, Mike Colsten, Joey
Grammes, Billy Thorton, plus many other capable drivers.
Penn Can Speedway has scheduled three practice nights for teams planning
on racing at the speedway in 2006. The early season session will be welcome
for the racing teams looking for track time on the new clay surface laid
down last November. Track workers put over 20 inches of clay over the entire
racing surface after the last checkered flag fell in 2005.
The practice sessions have been schedule for three straight Friday nights
April 7th, 14th, and 21st with gates opening at 5:30 pm with practice
starting at 7:00. Any car wishing to participate and get track time at Penn
Can is welcome.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from the Binghamton and Scranton areas. For more information
call the speedway office at 570-585-9928 or check our web page at
www.penncan.com.
The speedway is sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate
partners including Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry
Stores, Trackside Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto,
American Race Tires, and Sunoco Race Fuels.


PRACTICES SCHEDULED AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

Susquehanna, PA. Penn Can Speedway has scheduled three practice nights
for teams planning on racing at the speedway in 2006. The early season
session will be welcome for the racing teams looking for track time on the
new clay surface laid down last November. Track workers put over 20 inches
of clay over the entire racing surface after the last checkered flag fell in
2005.
The practice sessions have been schedule for three straight Friday nights
April 7th, 14th, and 21st with gates opening at 5:30 pm with practice
starting at 7:00. Any car wishing to participate and get track time at Penn
Can is welcome. These sessions will lead up to the Opening Day Sunday April
23rd in the annual Spring 125. The Spring 125 will feature the BRC Late
Model Series, the ROC Sportsman Tour, the first race of the Trackside
Products Super/Pro Stock Series, and the popular Penn Can pure stocks. Pit
gates will open for the Spring 125 at 11:30 am with the grandstand opening
at 12:00 noon. Racing will begin at 2:00 pm. Rain date for this special will
be Memorial Day Monday.
Last year Dan Stone, making one of his rare appearances at Penn Can took
home the first checkered flag in race one of the BRC Lazer Series sponsored
by Stone Excavation. Tracy Gregory, in his rookie late model start, came
home second to Stone on his way to the BRC Championship. In the first ever
ROC Sportsman Series event for 2005 Brian Decker beat out over forty five
sportsman drivers.
The mighty modifieds will not be on the Sunday card but will return the
following Friday for their first show of the new season. Defending Champion
Brian Weaver will return to try for his eighth Penn Can Championship. Weaver
has won the last five championships in a row. Many top modified drivers will
be in the field looking to get the elusive championship from Weaver. Those
drivers expected include Alan Rudalavage, Mike Gular, Mike Colsten, Joey
Grammes, Billy Thorton, plus many other capable drivers.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from both the Binghamton and Scranton areas. The speedway is
sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate partners including
Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry Stores, Trackside
Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto, American Race Tires,
and Sunoco Race Fuels.


125 SCHEDULED AT PENN CAN SUNDAY APRIL 23RD

Susquehanna, PA.Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania is about to
open its tenth season under the direction of co-promoters Al Wilcox and Reed
Miller. The promotional duo is excited to present the second annual Spring
125 Opener for the sportsman, late models, super stocks, and pure stocks
Sunday April 23th. The Sunday afternoon special will be followed the next
Friday with the modifieds joining the other four divisions highlighted by a
forty lap $1500 to win modified feature event.
"Once again this season we want to start the year off with a big Sunday
race program featuring our late models, sportsman, super stocks, and pure
stocks," explains Wilcox. "The show really fits in with all the exciting
things happening in area racing . There will be a Race of Champions
Sportsman Series race, a BRC Lazer Shoot-out Series race for late models,
and Super Stock Series race, plus the opening race for the pure stocks."
The afternoon special is open to all race teams in the area. Penn Can
Speedway rules and Race of Champion rules will all be in effect. Interest
has been very high in all divisions. Calls at the speedway office have
indicated that a great field of cars will be racing in all divisions on
Sunday April 23rd. Area track champions from the 2005 season in all
divisions will be guaranteed starters if they fail to qualify in their
respective divisions.
Leading up to the big opening day, Penn Can Speedway has scheduled three
test and tune practice sessions for any division competing at Penn Can
Speedway during the 2006 season. The first of these testing sessions is
scheduled for Friday evening April 7th. The other two will be held Friday
April 14th and Friday April 21st. The sessions will begin at 7:00 pm with
gates opening at 5:15.
Entry forms for the Race of Champions Sportsman Tour are available on the
Penn Can Speedway web site at www.penncan.com or by calling the Race of
Champions office at 607-775-5555.
Gates open for the Spring 125 at 12:00 noon with racing scheduled to take
the green flag at 2:30. Qualifying for all events will be by heat races with
all drivers drawing for heat race starting positions when they sign in that
Sunday. Top qualifiers in the heat races will then redraw for the feature
events.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from both the Binghamton and Scranton areas. The speedway is
sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate partners including
Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry Stores, Trackside
Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto, American Race Tires,
and Sunoco Race Fuels.


SPRING 125 SCHEDULED AT PENN CAN SUNDAY APRIL 23RD

Susquehanna, PA.Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania is about to
open its tenth season under the direction of co-promoters Al Wilcox and Reed
Miller. The promotional duo is excited to present the second annual Spring
125 Opener for the sportsman, late models, super stocks, and pure stocks
Sunday April 23th. The Sunday afternoon special will be followed the next
Friday with the modifieds joining the other four divisions highlighted by a
forty lap $1500 to win modified feature event.
"Once again this season we want to start the year off with a big Sunday
race program featuring our late models, sportsman, super stocks, and pure
stocks," explains Wilcox. "The show really fits in with all the exciting
things happening in area racing . There will be a Race of Champions
Sportsman Series race, a BRC Lazer Shoot-out Series race for late models,
and Super Stock Series race, plus the opening race for the pure stocks."
The afternoon special is open to all race teams in the area. Penn Can
Speedway rules and Race of Champion rules will all be in effect. Interest
has been very high in all divisions. Calls at the speedway office have
indicated that a great field of cars will be racing in all divisions on
Sunday April 23rd. Area track champions from the 2005 season in all
divisions will be guaranteed starters if they fail to qualify in their
respective divisions.
Leading up to the big opening day, Penn Can Speedway has scheduled three
test and tune practice sessions for any division competing at Penn Can
Speedway during the 2006 season. The first of these testing sessions is
scheduled for Friday evening April 7th. The other two will be held Friday
April 14th and Friday April 21st. The sessions will begin at 7:00 pm with
gates opening at 5:15.
Entry forms for the Race of Champions Sportsman Tour are available on the
Penn Can Speedway web site at www.penncan.com or by calling the Race of
Champions office at 607-775-5555.
Gates open for the Spring 125 at 12:00 noon with racing scheduled to take
the green flag at 2:30. Qualifying for all events will be by heat races with
all drivers drawing for heat race starting positions when they sign in that
Sunday. Top qualifiers in the heat races will then redraw for the feature
events.
The speedway is located on Route 171 in Susquehanna, Pennsylvania just a
short drive from both the Binghamton and Scranton areas. The speedway is
sponsored in part for the 2006 season by great corporate partners including
Don's Automotive Mall, Gary's U-Pull-It, Pump-N-Pantry Stores, Trackside
Products, Bernheisel Race Components, Pine Line Auto, American Race Tires,
and Sunoco Race Fuels.


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