NICK PETRILAK WINS SECOND OF SEASON AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

SUSQUEHANNA, PA – Nick Petrilak of Greenfield Township, PA slide to the lead in the second half of the Modified event and then held off a late charge from Brian Malcolm to take the victory Friday night at the Penn Can Speedway. Friday was Bike Night at the track as over 200 kids went home with a bike courtesy of donations by the local racing community. Bike Night brought out a large crowd and a packed pit area as 103 cars came for competition at the Susquehanna County oval. “Our car was really good tonight things went our way.” stated Petrilak “After Malcolm showed his hand I knew we needed to put together three good laps. The crew made big changes after the heat race and the car worked gr

ALAN BARKER GOES BACK TO BACK AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

SUSQUEHANNA, PA – Last week at the Penn Can Speedway Alan Barker got his first career win and on Friday night he parked it in victory lane to become the first repeat Modified winner in 2019 at the track. The four race winners this season captured the top four spots in the 30 lap feature event. Barker of Norwich, NY was the winner in the Steve Klinger No. 77 Hig-Fab. Nick Petrilak of Greenfield Township, PA came home second in his Sleepy Hollow Turf Equipment No. 72 while points leader Brian Malcolm of Lake Ariel, PA in the Grim Construction No. 119 finished in the third spot. Twelfth place starter Nick Nye of Groton, NY charged through the field to place fourth while Kevin Jordan of Speeds

ALAN BARKER GETS FIRST CAREER PENN CAN SPEEDWAY VICTORY

SUSQUEHANNA, PA – Alan Barker of Norwich, NY grabbed the Jeff Boughton Memorial presented by MXM Motorsports win at the Penn Can Speedway on Friday night. Barker went to the lead just after the halfway mark and rolled to the victory. Trailing Barker at the finish were Brian Malcolm of Lake Ariel, PA; Nick Petrilak of Greenfield Township, PA; Paul Rooney of Thompson, PA and Butch Getz of Kunkletown, PA. “The team did a heck of a job putting this Hig-F ab car together for me over the winter. It’s good to be in victory lane at Penn Can.” stated Barker “It’s a good to rebound after breaking the driveline last week. The car was good low and high we were able to get the pass for the lead done o

NICK NYE EDGES AHEAD FOR PENN CAN SPEEDWAY VICTORY

NICK NYE EDGES AHEAD FOR PENN CAN SPEEDWAY VICTORY By Ryan Lepre Nick Nye of Groton, NY bested Jeff Crambo in a wild finish to the Modified main event at the Penn Can Speedway Friday on Little League Night. Nye nosed ahead at the finish line just inches ahead to take his first Penn Can Modified victory in his No. 6NN Morrison powered Hig-Fab. “I knew we had one chance to get a run on the top I think he protected the bottom a little too much and we were able to get to his outside.” stated Nye “We couldn’t get to him on the bottom it took too long to a good enough run down there. On the final restart I was able to get enough momentum to pull off the pass.” Mike Schane picked up the 602 Sport

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