Irvine Leads The Way In Clearfield
Teats lead the rest of the way, but he had to deal with opening night winner Tim Fannin who was throwing everything he had at the young leader, but Teats wasn’t about to be denied, as he took his first win of the young season. Fannin was second with Brent Lee, Paul Blake and Ray Billotte completing the top five. Heat wins were split by Jamie Price and Fannin.
The Pure Stock feature saw Jim Challingsworth and Ben Krause on the front row and it was Krause who took the lead, he had Challingsworth in second for the first five laps, then opening night winner Cody Hummel moved into second on lap six and took the lead from Krause on lap 10, oddly enough both drivers spun in turns one and two, on their own, thus bringing out the yellow.
This sent both to the rear, and gave Challingsworth the lead back, who held off a hard charging Hummel for the victory. Hummel was second with Hunter McCracken, Eric Lucas and Krause. The heat went to Challingsworth.
The Four Cylinders once again gave the fans their money’s worth, as Tom Pavelko and Josh Henry led the field to the green flag. Numerous cautions slowed the race, but Pavelko took the lead and set the pace, with Stephanie Ivory in second and Henry third.
As the race wore on, Pavelko was setting a torrid pace, with Shawn Fedder in second and trying to reel the leader in, but Pavelko was tough, but on lap eight, he broke, and parked the No. 15, giving the lead to Ivory, who was able to hold off a hard charging Sam Orf Jr. for her second career win, her first at AMP. She also picked up the win Friday night at Dog Hollow. The top five were: Ivory, Orf, Henry, David Helsel and Walt Fedder. The heat wins went to Shawn Fedder and Ivory.
The brand new Semi Late Model class once again had just two cars, with the gamble being a Fenton would take the win. Denny Fenton led cousin Dylan Fenton the entire distance to get his second straight win. Dylan was second.