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AMERICAN RACER CUP PRESENTED BY SUNOCO POINTS UPDATE: MAY 12

It’s been a wet start to the 2019 season and some of our American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco have yet to complete a single event. With that said, here is a look at the current standings as of May 12.
 
Reminders: this program takes a drivers best ten (10) finishes from their home track and the bonus column is the car count average at each track to this point. It can – and likely will – change throughout the summer.
 
 

265 DRIVERS HAVE REGISTERED FOR THE 2019 AMERICAN RACER CUP; REGISTRATION DEADLINE NOW MAY 10

It’s a new record! 265 drivers have signed up so far for The American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco Racing. We understand that many of our member tracks have not yet been able to race. We have extended the membership deadline to next Friday, May 10 as a result. You still have time to sign up!
 
Modified Registered Drivers: http://theamericanracercup.com/?page_id=321
 
Sportsman Registered Drivers: http://theamericanracercup.com/?page_id=323

Pre-Season American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco Tire Drawing Takes Place March 16

INDIANA, PA – Free tires?

Yes, it is true, courtesy of the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco. The annual pre-season tire giveaway is coming up on March 16 for all drivers registered to that point in both the Modified and Sportsman programs.

Four names will be drawn from both the Modified and Sportsman registrants during the pre-race drivers’ meeting at Georgetown (Del.) Speedway for the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial. The drawing will be shown live on the American Racer Cup Facebook page.

Each of the four drivers in both divisions will receive a complimentary tire certificate. Recipients do not need to be present at Georgetown to win.

Already, drivers have benefited from their membership this season. Cory Costa (Modified) and Bob Butcher (Sportsman) won November drawings at the Northeast Race Products Show in Syracuse, N.Y.  At the Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show in Oaks, Pa., this past January, Matt Stangle (Modified) & Derrick McGrew Jr. (Sportsman) were the recipients.

A total of 14 facilities have united under the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco banner for the ’19 season, with drivers sharing in $51,450 in cash point fund money and more than 500 tire certificates.

The ’19 edition of the American Racer Cup gets underway on Friday, April 12 and runs through Labor Day weekend.

Once again, the American Racer Cup and Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series have paired up for hefty Sunoco Race Fuels Bonuses. Should a driver with the Short Track Super Series Modified North and South Regions plus the American Racer Cup, that driver will earn a $25,000 cash bonus. Should one driver with the Short Track Super Series North or South Region plus the American Racer Cup, a $10,000 bonus will await that driver.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.


AMERICAN RACER CUP PRESENTED BY SUNOCO 2019 MEMBER SPEEDWAYS

Accord Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Afton Motorsports Park
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Big Diamond Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman

Bridgeport Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Delaware International Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Five Mile Point Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Fonda Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Glen Ridge Motorsports Park
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Grandview Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman

New Egypt Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Outlaw Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Penn Can Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Thunder Mountain Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Woodhull Raceway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Fourteen Facilities Unite Under American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco Banner for 2019 Season

INDIANA, PA – Fourteen facilities have united under the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco banner for the 2019 season.

Drivers competing across four states – New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware – in the Modified and Sportsman divisions will challenge for $51,000-plus in cash and hundreds of tire certificates as part of the ’19 American Racer Cup sponsored by American Racer Tires, Lias Tire Company, Sunoco Race Fuels and Insinger Performance.

The ’19 lineup of facilities is a strong one comprised of familiar venues and new participating speedways for the 10th anniversary of the American Racer Cup.

In New York State, neighboring Fonda Speedway and Glen Ridge Motorsports Park have joined the Cup. Known as the ‘Track of Champions’ for its legacy of hosting the sport’s best drivers since 1953, Fonda will be home to Saturday racing with the Modified and Crate 602 Sportsman divisions participating in the Cup.

Modifieds return to Glen Ridge Motorsports Park, located less than five miles from Fonda, for 11 events allowing teams in the Mohawk Valley a pair of opportunities to participate in the American Racer Cup. The Crate 602 Sportsman join the Modifieds on the Racer Cup docket at the Ridge, with Sunday slated as the primary night of racing.

Historic Five Mile Point Speedway is under the operation of the next generation – Tucker, Tanner and Tyler Harpell – for the ’19 season with the Modifieds and Crate 602 Sportsman taking part in the American Racer Cup.

Empire State facilities returning to the Cup include: Accord Speedway (Modified & Crate 602 Sportsman), Afton Motorsports Park (Modified, Open Sportsman & Crate 602 Sportsman), Outlaw Speedway (Modified & Crate 602 Sportsman), Thunder Mountain Speedway (Modified, Open Sportsman & Crate 602 Sportsman) and Woodhull Raceway (Modified & Crate 602 Sportsman).

Pennsylvania hosts three American Racer Cup venues, with Big Diamond Speedway (Modified & Open Sportsman), Grandview Speedway (Modified & Open Sportsman) and Penn Can Speedway (Modified & Crate Sportsman) participating.

New Jersey facilities include Bridgeport Speedway (Modified & Crate 602 Sportsman) and New Egypt Speedway (Modified, Open Sportsman & Crate 602 Sportsman).

Delaware International Speedway, the only weekly operating track in the First State, will once again participate with the Modifieds & Crate 602 Sportsman.

All 2019 information, registration forms and tire giveaway information is posted online at www.theamericanracercup.com.

The next ‘pre-season’ tire giveaway takes place March 16. The drawing takes place during the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial weekend at Georgetown (Del.) Speedway. Four tire certificates will be handed out via a draw of registered drivers for both the Modified and Sportsman divisions.

Once again, the American Racer Cup and Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series have paired up for hefty Sunoco Race Fuels Bonuses. Should a driver with the Short Track Super Series North and South Regions plus the American Racer Cup, that driver will earn a $25,000 cash bonus. Should one driver with the Short Track Super Series North or South Region plus the American Racer Cup, a $10,000 bonus will await that driver.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

AMERICAN RACER CUP PRESENTED BY SUNOCO 2019 MEMBER SPEEDWAYS

Accord Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Afton Motorsports Park
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Big Diamond Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman

Bridgeport Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Delaware International Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Five Mile Point Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Fonda Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Glen Ridge Motorsports Park
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Grandview Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman

New Egypt Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Outlaw Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Penn Can Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Thunder Mountain Speedway
Divisions: Modified, Open Sportsman, Crate Sportsman

Woodhull Raceway
Divisions: Modified, Crate Sportsman

Matt Stangle (Modified) & Derrick McGrew Jr. (Sportsman) Take Home Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show American Racer Giveaways

OAKS, PA – Each year, the unofficial kickoff to the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco season takes place at the Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pa.

Competitors flocked to the BD Motorsports Media LLC display during the three-day show to sign up for the 2019 edition of the ‘home-track’ program presented by American Racer tires, Lias Tire Company, Sunoco Race Fuels and Insinger Performance. In 2018, the program distributed 575 complimentary tire certificates and $51,450 in prize money to 242 registered drivers.

At 2 p.m. on Sunday, all registered drivers were entered into a drawing for two free tire certificates, one for the Modified division and another for Sportsman. The drawing was shown on Facebook live.

New Egypt (N.J) Speedway regular Matt Stangle of Neshanic Station, N.J., was the recipient of the Modified tire certificate, while Fonda (N.Y.) Speedway driver Derrick McGrew Jr. received the Sportsman tire certificate.

American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco registration remains open through the off-season on the web at www.theamericanracercup.com.

The next ‘pre-season’ tire giveaway takes place March 16. The drawing takes place during the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial weekend at Georgetown (Del.) Speedway. Four tire certificates will be handed out via a draw of registered drivers for both the Modified and Sportsman divisions.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

Accept No Imitations: American Racer Cup by Sunoco Returns for 10th Anniversary Season in 2019

MILLSBORO, DE – Accept no imitations.

For the 10th consecutive season, the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco Race Fuels returns to reward competitors with cash awards and tire certificates in 2019.

$51,450 in point fund money has been allotted for American Racer Cup Modified and Sportsman competitors at tracks in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware, not to mention an expected 500-plus tire certificates to be distributed to racers via pre-season drawings, in-season giveaways and year-end awards.

The program utilizes a driver’s 10 best finishes at their home track to determine overall, regional and track standings. Points are tabulated from mid-April through Labor Day.

The American Racer Cup is backed by American Racer Tires, Lias Tire of Indiana, Pa., Sunoco Race Fuels and Insinger Performance of Dushore, Pa.

“The American Racer Cup celebrates its 10th anniversary in 2019,” program administrator Brett Deyo said. “That’s a remarkable commitment to racers: approximately a half-million dollars in point fund money and more than four thousand tire certificates have been handed out over the last decade.

“After all this time, no other program in the Northeast or Mid-Atlantic rewards drivers more for doing what they already do: compete at their home track each weekend.”

Defending American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco champions are Matt Sheppard of Waterloo, N.Y., representing Outlaw Speedway in Dundee, N.Y., as the Modified champion and Throop, Pa., native Alex Yankowski of Big Diamond Speedway in Minersville, Pa., as the Sportsman champion.

Sheppard received $11,000 and Yankowski $2,000 for their efforts plus tire certificates.

Registration for the ’19 American Racer Cup is underway via the ‘Forms’ tab on the website at www.theamericanracercup.com. A pre-season tire giveaway is planned for Jan. 20, the final day of the Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, Pa. One tire each representing the Modified and Sportsman divisions will be distributed via a drawing of registrants broadcast on Facebook Live.

A complete lineup of eligible tracks and divisions will be made public in the coming weeks as ’19 schedules are finalized.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

American Racer Cup Presented By Sunoco Championship History

2018
Matt Sheppard (Modified)
Alex Yankowski (Sportsman)

2017
Matt Sheppard (Modified)
Matt Stangle (Sportsman)

2016
Andy Bachetti (Modified)
Andrew Smith (Sportsman)

2015
Rick Laubach (Modified)
Alan Barker (Sportsman)

2014
Duane Howard (Modified)
Jared Umbenhauer (Sportsman)

2013
Duane Howard (Modified)
Jordan Watson (Sportsman)

2012
Duane Howard (Modified)

2011
Billy Pauch Sr. (Modified)

2010
Duane Howard (Modified)

46 Drivers Filed American Racer Cup 2019 Entries At Northeast Racing Products Show; Cory Costa & Bob Butcher Take Home Free Tires

SYRACUSE, NY – The American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco kicked off its 2019 season over the weekend with record ‘early bird’ registration during the Northeast Racing Products Auction & Trade Show in Syracuse, N.Y.

Competitors flocked to the BD Motorsports Media LLC display to sign up for the ’19 edition of the ‘home-track’ program presented by American Racer Tires, Lias Tire Company, Sunoco Race Fuels and Insinger Performance. In 2018, the program distributed 575 complimentary tire certificates and $51,450 in prize money to 242 registered drivers.

During the two-day show, some 46 drivers filed entries for the ’19 edition of the Cup representing the Modified and Sportsman divisions.

At 5 p.m. on Saturday, all registered drivers were entered into a drawing for two free tire certificates, one for the Modified division and another for Sportsman. The drawing was shown on Facebook live.

Cory Costa, representing Outlaw Speedway in Dundee, N.Y., earned the Modified certificate. Bob Butcher of Woodhull (N.Y.) Raceway was the Sportsman recipient.

American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco registration remains open through the off-season on the web at www.theamericanracercup.com.

The next tire giveaway is scheduled for the Motorsports 2019 Race Car & Trade Show in Oaks, Pa., Jan. 18-20.

Complete ’19 American Racer Cup information will be released in late-December. 2018 point fund checks will be mailed in late-December to early January.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

 

242 Drivers, 575 Tire Certificates, $51,450 Point Fund – American Racer Cup Wins With Weekly Racers

MILLSBORO, DE – Winning with the weekly racer.

It’s been the moniker of the American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco since its inception nine years ago. In 2018, the mission statement never rang truer.

This year, 242 Modified and Sportsman drivers registered to participate in the ‘home-track’ American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco representing 14 speedways across New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware.

During the course of the 2018 campaign, program backers American Racer and regional distributor Lias Tire of Indiana, Pa., handed out 575 – yes, 575 – tire certificates via pre-season drawings, in-season giveaways and year-end distribution – a cash value of more than $100,000.

Drivers placing inside the top-15 in the overall Modified and Sportsman standings, plus the Insinger Performance of Dushore, Pa.-sponsored regional points, will share in $51,450 cash in point fund money to be distributed this off-season.

Matt Sheppard of Waterloo, N.Y., earned the Modified title and $11,000 for his efforts representing Outlaw Speedway in Dundee, N.Y., where he competes regularly on Friday nights. Sheppard is now a two-time American Racer Cup Modified champion.

Teenager Alex Yankowski of Throop, Pa., will receive $2,000 as the American Racer Cup Sportsman champion. Yankowski competed regularly at Big Diamond Speedway in Minersville, Pa.

Fourteen facilities took part in the program this season: in New York – Accord, Afton, Five Mile Point, Freedom, Outlaw, Skyline, Thunder Mountain and Woodhull; in Pennsylvania – Big Diamond, Grandview and Penn Can; in New Jersey – Bridgeport and New Egypt; and in Delaware – Delaware International.

For 2019, two new speedways have announced plans to join the Cup. Both Fonda (N.Y.) Speedway and Glen Ridge Motorsports Park in Fultonville, N.Y., have confirmed a switch to American Racer tires for the ’19 campaign.

Registration for the ’19 American Racer Cup campaign will begin Nov. 16-17 at the Northeast Racing Products Show on the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, N.Y. at the BD Motorsports Media LLC display.

The American Racer Cup ranks drivers from participating venues against each other via the drivers’ best-10 finishes coupled with car count bonuses. Regional and home-track points are also tabulated.

The American Racer Cup is presented by Sunoco Race Fuels, Insinger Performance, American Racer Tires and Lias Tire Company.

To learn more about the American Racer Cup, visit the official website at www.theamericanracercup.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, follow on Twitter @racer_cup or on like Facebook: American Racer Cup.

 

 

Matt Sheppard (Modified) & Alex Yankowski (Sportsman) Crowned 2018 American Racer Cup Presented By Sunoco Champions

MILLSBORO, DE – After a summer of racing across four states, the 2018 American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco Race Fuels has been decided.

Matt Sheppard of Waterloo, N.Y., is officially the American Racer Cup Modified champion representing Outlaw Speedway in Dundee, N.Y. Sheppard has taken top honors with his Sweeteners Plus No. 92s team for the second consecutive year.

Teenager Alex Yankowski of Throop, Pa., meanwhile, has clinched the American Racer Cup Sportsman overall championship utilizing Big Diamond Speedway in Minersville, Pa., as his home base.

A total of 241 drivers registered for the program, which pits drivers at all 14 American Racer Cup tracks in the Modified and Sportsman divisions against each other for the $51,450 point fund and thousands more in tire giveaways sponsored by American Racer, Lias Tire of Indiana, Pa., Sunoco Race Fuels and Insinger Performance of Dushore, Pa.

Sheppard racked up seven victories among his best 10 Outlaw Speedway finishes utilized to determine the overall standings. He will earn $11,000 for his efforts: $10,000 as the Modified champ plus another $1,000 as the Insinger Performance North Region titlist, comprised of participating speedways in the North Region.

Sheppard’s point total – 640 – was just five better than runner-up Ryan Godown of Ringoes, N.J., representing Big Diamond Speedway. Godown, with 635 points, will receive $6,000: $5,000 for second-place overall and $1,000 from Insinger Performance as the South Region champion.

Sheppard now has the opportunity to chase the $57,500 Sunoco Race Fuels ‘Grand Championship’ should he sweep the American Racer Cup and North and South Regions of the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By Sunoco. He currently leads the STSS Velocita-USA South Region and sits third in the Halmar International North Region.

With $10,000 minimum to win the American Racer Cup, $10,000 to the South Region champ and $12,500 to the North Region title winner, a $25,000 bonus has been posted by Sunoco to win all three; should Sheppard win just one of the STSS Regions, a $10,000 Sunoco bonus is in waiting.

Alan Barker of Norwich, N.Y., was third representing Thunder Mountain Speedway in Center Lisle, N.Y., with 631 points ($4,000) followed by Billy Van Pelt of Westfield, Pa., from Woodhull (N.Y.) Raceway ($3,500) with 630 points and Craig Von Dohren of Oley, Pa., with 628 points from Big Diamond Speedway, receiving $2,500.

Drivers finishing sixth through 15th, respectively, were: Duane Howard of Oley, Pa., from Big Diamond Speedway ($2,000) with 621 points; Jeff Strunk of Boyertown, Pa., from Grandview Speedway in Bechtelsville, Pa., with 617 points ($1,750); Craig Von Dohren representing Grandview with 614 points ($1,500); Jeremy Smith of Triangle, NY., earning 612 points from Thunder Mountain ($1,250); Mike Gular of Boyertown, Pa., with 611 points from Grandview ($1,000); David Van Horn of Harmony, N.J., representing New Egypt (N.J.) Speedway with 604 points ($900); Alan Johnson of Middlesex, N.Y., from Outlaw Speedway with 603 points ($800); Accord (N.Y.) Speedway’s Anthony Perrego of Middletown, N.Y., with 603 points (fewer wins than Johnson had – $700); Howard for Grandview with 598 points ($600); and Billy Pauch Jr. of Milford, N.J., representing New Egypt with 596 points ($500).

The Insinger Performance North Region standings are: Sheppard ($1,000), Smith ($750), Perrego ($500), Van Pelt ($350) and Barker ($250).

The Insinger Performance South Region went to Godown ($1,000) over Von Dohren for Big Diamond ($750), Howard for Big Diamond ($500), Von Dohren for Grandview ($350) and Strunk ($250).

Six of Yankowski’s 10 best finishes at Big Diamond led him to the overall championship, worth $2,000: $1,500 from the point fund plus $500 as the Insinger Performance South Region champ.

Yankowski accrued 648 points, besting Kyle Rohner of Bushkill Falls, Pa., who takes home $1,000 with 635 markers accrued at Accord Speedway. Skyline Raceway Park of Blodgett Mills, N.Y., Crate 602 Sportsman regular Dale Welty of Montour Falls, N.Y., placed third with 630 points ($750).

Three drivers – Doug Hendricks, Jim Rothwell and Mike Schane – tied with 625 points.

Wins, second- and third-place finishes were used to break the tie with Rothwell of Plymouth, N.Y., in the Skyline Open division fourth ($600) followed by Schane of Penn Can Speedway in Susquehanna, Pa., ($500) and Hendricks of Big Diamond ($450).

Outlaw Speedway’s Tom Collins of Lansing, N.Y., was seventh with 614 points ($400), followed by Accord Speedway’s Corey Cormier of Otisville, N.Y., ($350) with 609 points; Jacob Dgien of Avoca, N.Y., from Woodhull Raceway with 605 points ($300); Collins with 600 points representing Five Mile Point Speedway in Kirkwood, N.Y. ($250); Jimmy Zacharias of Candor, N.Y., from Thunder Mountain’s Crate 602 division with 599 points ($200); Kenny Hammond of Berkshire, N.Y., with 592 points ($150) from Thunder Mountain Crate; Big Diamond’s Craig Whitmoyer of Hamburg, Pa., with 591 points ($100); Gary Smith of Harpursville, N.Y., representing Afton (N.Y.) Motorsports Park’s Crate ranks with 576 points ($100); and Delaware International Speedway (Delmar, Del.) regular Greg Humlhanz of Chalfont, Pa. ($100) with 575 points.

Insinger Performance North Region points stacked up with Welty ($500) winning over Rohner ($400), Cormier ($300), Collins (Outlaw – $200) and Rothwell ($100).

In the Insinger Performance South Region, Yankowski ($500) won over Schane ($400), Hendricks ($300), Whitmoyer ($200) and Humlhanz ($100).

The top-five Modified and top-three Sportsman at each participating track will receive tire certificates for their performances.

Tire certificates will be available for pick-up at the American Racer Cup Short Track SuperNationals Weekend October 5-6 at Thunder Mountain Speedway in Center Lisle, N.Y., where Champion’s Match Races will take place for both the Modifieds (Saturday) and Sportsman (Friday).

Cash will be paid out to competitors in mid-December.

 

American Racer Cup Modified Standings (listed alphabetically by track)

Accord Speedway
1. Anthony Perrego (five tires)
2. Jerry Higbie (four tires)
3. Danny Creeden (three tires)
4. Jimmy Wells (two tires)
5. Mike Ricci (one tire)

Afton Motorsports Park
1. Brett Tonkin (five tires)
2. Mitch Gibbs (four tires)
3. Rusty Smith (three tires)
4. Nick Nye (two tires)
5. Jeremy Smith (one tire)

Big Diamond Speedway
1. Ryan Godown (five tires)
2. Craig Von Dohren (four tires)
3. Duane Howard (three tires)
4. Ryan Krachun (two tires)
5. Kevin Beach Jr. (one tire)

Bridgeport Speedway
1. Ryan Watt (five tires)
2. Billy Pauch (four tires)
3. Jim Britt (three tires)
4. Neal Williams (two tires)
5. Richie Pratt Jr. (one tire)

Delaware International Speedway
1. Jordan Watson (five tires)
2. Joseph Watson (four tires)
3. H.J. Bunting (three tires)
4. Brad Trice (two tires)
5. Matt Hawkins (one tire)

Five Mile Point Speedway
1. Nick Rochinski (five tires)
2. Brian Malcolm (four tires)
3. Rusty Smith (three tires)
4. Travis Smith (two tires)
5. Tyler Siri (one tire)

Freedom Motorsports Park
1. Billy Van Pelt (five tires)
2. Phil Vigneri III (four tires)
3. Dillon Groover (three tires)
4. Adam Hilton (two tires)
5. Mat Williamson (one tire)

Grandview Speedway
1. Jeff Strunk (five tires)
2. Craig Von Dohren (four tires)
3. Mike Gular (three tires)
4. Duane Howard (two tires)
5. Brett Kressley (one tire)

New Egypt Speedway
1. David Van Horn (five tires)
2. Billy Pauch Jr. (four tires)
3. Danny Bouc (three tires)
4. John McClelland (two tires)
5. Matt Stangle (one tire)

Outlaw Speedway
1. Matt Sheppard (five tires)
2. Alan Johnson (four tires)
3. Cory Costa (three tires)
4. Tyler Siri (two tires)
5. Brady Fultz (one tire)

Penn Can Speedway
1. Nick Petrilak (five tires)
2. Alan Rudalavage (four tires)
3. Kevin Hartnett (three tires)
4. Dan Pompey (two tires)
5. Mike Loney (one tire)

Thunder Mountain Speedway
1. Alan Barker (five tires)
2. Jeremy Smith (four tires)
3. Nick Nye (three tires)
4. Colton Wilson (two tires)
5. Brent Wilcox (one tire)

Woodhull Raceway
1. Billy Van Pelt (five tires)
2. Dillon Groover (four tires)
3. Cory Costa (three tires)
4. Donnie Lawson (two tires)
5. Dayton Brewer (one tire)

 

American Racer Cup Sportsman Standings (listed alphabetically by track)

Accord Speedway
1. Kyle Rohner (two tires)
2. Leo Fotopoulos (one tire)
3. Daniel Morgiewicz ($85 off certificate)

Afton Motorsports Park Crate
1. Corey Cormier (two tires)
2. Gary Smith (one tire)
3. Michael Grover ($85 off certificate)

Afton Motorsports Park Open
1. Dave Rosa (two tires)
2. Claude Hutchings Jr. (one tire)
3. Dennis Clapperton ($85 off certificate)

Big Diamond Speedway
1. Alex Yankowski (two tires)
2. Doug Hendricks (one tire)
3. Craig Whitmoyer ($85 off certificate)

Bridgeport Speedway
1. Eric Kormann (two tires)
2. David Crossman (one tire)
3. Tom Moore Jr. ($85 off certificate)

Delaware International Speedway
1. Greg Humlhanz (two tires)
2. Adam White (one tire)
3. Jason Rush ($85 off certificate)

Five Mile Point Speedway
1. Tom Collins (two tires)
2. Matt Cole (one tire)
3. Randy Fox ($85 off certificate)

Grandview Speedway
1. Craig Whitmoyer (two tires)
2. Mike Lisowski (one tire)
3. Louden Reimert ($85 off certificate)

New Egypt Speedway Crate
1. Joe Toth (two tires)
2. Dan Fleming (one tire)
3. John Criscione ($85 off certificate)

New Egypt Speedway Open
1. Pat Wall (two tires)
2. David Burns (one tire)
3. Billy Osmun III ($85 off certificate)

Outlaw Speedway
1. Tom Collins (two tires)
2. Brian Fish (one tire)
3. Jimmy Zacharias ($85 off certificate)

Penn Can Speedway
1. Mike Schane (two tires)
2. Ray Leonard (one tire)
3. Moose Gulley ($85 off certificate)

Skyline Raceway Park Crate
1. Dale Welty (two tires)
2. Kirk Reynolds (one tire)

Skyline Raceway Park Open
1. Jim Rothwell (two tires)

Thunder Mountain Speedway Crate
1. Jimmy Zacharias (two tires)
2. Kenny Hammond (one tire)
3. Chance Spoonhower ($85 off certificate)

Thunder Mountain Speedway Open
1. Brian Mady (two tires)
2. Nick Mady (one tire)

Woodhull Raceway
1. Jacob Dgien (two tires)
2. Tim Guild (one tire)
3. Blake Lawson ($85 off certificate)

American Racer Cup ‘Dog Days of Summer’ Giveaway Recipients

Drivers leading the individual American Racer Cup presented by Sunoco track standings (best of 10 finishes) as of August 1 in the Modified and Sportsman divisions will each receive a free American Racer tire. The recipients are below.

 

Modified

Accord Speedway: Anthony Perrego

Afton Motorsports Park: Brett Tonkin

Big Diamond Speedway: Ryan Godown

Bridgeport Speedway: Ryan Watt

Delaware International Speedway: Jordan Watson

Five Mile Point Speedway: Nick Rochinski

Freedom Motorsports Park: Billy Van Pelt

Grandview Speedway: Mike Gular

New Egypt Speedway: David Van Horn

Outlaw Speedway: Matt Sheppard

Penn Can Speedway: Nick Petrilak

Thunder Mountain Speedway: Jeremy Smith

Woodhull Raceway: Cory Costa

 

Sportsman

Accord Speedway: Kyle Rohner

Afton Motorsports Park Crate: Corey Cormier

Afton Motorsports Park Open:  Claude Hutchings Jr.

Big Diamond Speedway: Alex Yankowski

Bridgeport Speedway: Eric Kormann

Delaware International Speedway: Greg Humlhanz

Five Mile Point Speedway: Tom Collins Jr.

Grandview Speedway: Brad Grim

New Egypt Speedway Crate: Joe Toth

New Egypt Speedway Open: Billy Osmun III

Outlaw Speedway: Tom Collins Jr.

Penn Can Speedway: Mike Schane

Skyline Raceway Park Crate: Dale Welty

Skyline Raceway Park Open: Jim Rothwell

Thunder Mountain Speedway Crate: Shayne Spoonhower

Thunder Mountain Speedway Open: Brian Mady

Woodhull Raceway: Jacob Dgien

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