ALAN BARKER WINS PAPPY BEAVAN MEMORIAL AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

SUSQUEHANNA, PA – Alan Barker charged by Joey Grammes just after the halfway point and cruised to his fourth win of the season at Penn Can this year in the Modified division. Friday night was a packed night as it was the Pappy Beavan Memorial to honor the founder of the speedway as well as Legends Night and the 2019 Penn Can Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. Other winners on the evening were Ray Leonard (602 Sportsman), Dusty Decker (Factory Stocks), Shane Wolf (Street Stocks), Doug Lattner (600 Modifieds), John Smith (Wingless Sprints), Nick Kennedy (Four Cylinders) and Joshua Landers (Juniors). Joey Grammes and Paul Rooney led the field to the green flag for the Modified main event. Gram

BRIAN MALCOLM BEST IN PENN CAN SPEEDWAY MODIFIED ACTION

SUSQUEHANNA, PA - Brian Malcolm of Lake Ariel, PA made it back to victory lane on Friday night at the Penn Can Speedway. Malcolm has had an impressive run this season at the Can as he hasn’t finished worse than third place all season. Paul Rooney of Thompson, PA grabbed second for the second week in a row Nick Nye of Groten, NY was third ahead of Scott Landers of Binghamton, NY and Alan Barker of Norwich, NY. Other winners at Penn Can were Mike Schane (602 Sportsman), Shane Wolf (Street Stock), Dusty Decker (Factory Stocks), Bailey Boyd (600 Mods), Nick Kennedy (Four Cylinders), Bruce Evans Jr. (Wingless Sprints), Doug Smith (Juniors) and Bob Boughton (Seniors). Nick Petrilak and Paul Roon

NICK PETRILAK WINS THIRD OF YEAR AT PENN CAN IN MID-SEASON SPECTACULAR

SUSQUEHANNA, PA – Nick Petrilak of Greenfield Township, PA captured his third win of the season at the Penn Can Speedway. Friday night’s Mid-Season Spectacular which was geared by track management to give back to their weekly racers. To participate in the Spectacular drivers and race teams needed to race three times at Penn Can during the 2019 season so all purse money went to the racers that have supported the speedway. Other winners at the 3/8 mile oval were Ray Leonard (602 Sportsman), Tyler Yeagle (Street Stocks), Tommy Groover (Factory Stocks), Mike Ferris (Four Cylinders), Bailey Boyd (600 Modifieds), Bruce Evans Jr. (Wingless Sprints) and Trevor Houghton (Junior). Nick Petrilak and

ALAN BARKER WINS THIRD OF SEASON AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

SUSQUEHANNA, PA – Alan Barker took home the Modified victory on Friday night at the Penn Can Speedway. Barker of Norwich, NY was the winner over Brian Malcolm of Lake Ariel, PA; Nick Nye of Groton, NY; Byron Worthing of Owego, NY and Richard Smith of Accord, NY. The night was highlighted by the Fireworks Extravaganza which wowed the large crowd. Tim Howell of Lake Ariel, PA grabbed the win in the 602 Sportsman for his first at Penn Can while Dusty Decker (Factory Stocks), Jerry Lobdell Jr. (Street Stocks) and Nick Kennedy (4 Cylinders) all collected their second wins in a row. Jeff Crambo and Danny Creeden led the 22 car Modified field to the green flag for their 30 lap feature event. Cre

COREY CORMIER SNAGS FIRST CAREER MODIFIED WIN AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

Corey Cormier of Otisville, NY went to the lead on a late race restart bypassing Nick Nye and held on until the checkered flag flew in the 30 lap event to grab his first ever win in a Modified on Friday evening. The race was the fifth start of Cormier’s career in a Modified and just his second at the Penn Can Speedway after he finished third last week in his debut. Brian Malcolm of Lake Ariel, PA finished second following him were Alan Barker of Norwich, NY; Mike Loney of Taylor, PA and Nick Petrilak of Greenfield Township, PA. “This is incredible to win our fifth race in a Modified.” said Cormier in victory lane “I knew I had to try something I got a really good restart and I thought I got

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