Blue Collar Classic Fills Port Royal Speedway

PORT ROYAL, Pa. — Nearly 100 cars filled the Port Royal Speedway pit area on Saturday night for the second annual Blue Collar Classic.

A total of 53 RaceSaver 305 sprints were in competition for the classic that brought together cars and drivers from four RaceSaver regions in the East: PASS – PA Sprint Series, CRAS – Capital Region Sprint Agency, VSS – Virginia Sprint Series and TSRS – Tri State RaceSavers.

It was Jake Waters, who turned in a solid performance to win the 25-lap Blue Collar Classic RaceSaver laurels, taking bragging rights in the event a year after earning a podium finish in the inaugural race.

The win was a first for Waters anywhere in 305 sprint competition.

Shawn Kirkpatrick claimed the 15-lap Founder’s Cup Non-Qualifiers feature for the RaceSaver sprints in a photo finish with Dave Brown Jr..

In the 20-lap super sportsman feature race, Scott Geesey wired the field for the payday while Mike Enders claimed the Newville Construction Construction Services 10-lap dash for cash worth $1,000 in the winner-take-all main.

In the 20-lap enduro dash Jason Zook won his third event of the season while Sam Stine of Mifflin proved victorious in the demolition derby.

Posted by on Oct 13 2013 Filed under MID-ATLANTIC, Racing Nation. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.


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