MIKE LONEY, BRIAN MALCOLM AND BRETT TONKIN WIN TRIPLE 20’S TONKIN DECLARED OVERALL WINNER AT PENN CA

Three winners, three features, three point races and three separate payouts in one night for the modifieds. Penn Cab Speedway upped the ante for the Triple 20’s on Aldrich Trucking night, June 26th. Brett Tonkin went home with two guaranteed starting spots. The August 18th “Hot Summer Night” show and the Fonda 200 later in the year. 30 modifieds signed in and management decided to start them all. Heats would set the first feature. Mike Loney had the 17d on the charge at the drop of the green on the 20 lap feature. Brett Tonkin used any line he could to make his way up from 11th with Joey Grammes setting his sights on the leader by lap 5 from his 8th starting feature. Loney had a convincing

JOEY GRAMMES RETURNS TO VICTORY LANE ON SPALDING FOUNDATION NIGHT

JOEY GRAMMES RETURNS TO VICTORY LANE ON SPALDING FOUNDATION NIGHT AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY One of Penn Can’s most popular drivers, Joey Grammes, strives to bring racing alive for the younger generations. In victory lane, he makes time for any youngster to get a picture with him and the car with last night being no exception. As I walked to the concession, I heard a young boy tell his dad they had to hurry up. The reason was he found out Grammes had won and had to get to victory lane for his picture. June 19th would be no surprise to see the potent Getz owned #5j in victory lane. After having a disappointing finish last week, Grammes looked to rebound. The front row of Mike Loney and Ken Titus b

BRETT TONKIN IN VICTORY LANE ON HALL OF FAME NIGHT FOR PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

On a night of remembering years past, you couldn’t help but look to the future. June 12th was the day Penn Can Speedway honored and inducted their Hall of Fame nominees. Brett Tonkin is considered a young gun in our sport but drove the #15 to victory lane like a seasoned veteran. Mike Nagel jr. had a three peat on the night his parents were inducted into the Hall of Fame. Tommy Groover, Tyler Yeagle, Dana Davis and Nick Kennedy all returned to victory lane . Our inductees were Mike Colsten, Mike Nagel Sr., Bob Gentile, Grant Buck, Brian Weaver, Danny Stone, Mark Terry and Butch Tittle. Employee Inductee was scorer Casey Oltz, who has missed 1 day in 25 years of service. Ken Post Memorial Fan

JOEY GRAMMES EMOTIONAL VICTORY ON MIKE COLSTEN MEMORIAL NIGHT

An emotional night led into an emotional victory. Penn Can Speedway honored a true Southern Tier legend on June 5th. The Mike Colsten Memorial 51 was attended by over 1000 fans with his family in attendance. Joey Colsten brought the iconic #51 along with the 151 of Bailey Boyd to victory lane for opening ceremonies. Joey Grammes just missed victory lane in the last two races of the season. To say he was a man on a mission is an understatement. 31 other modifieds had the same target as Grammes but in the end, Grammes was the man of the hour. Mike Colsten’s legacy was the meaning of the night. In victory lane, Joey talked of his friendship with Mike and the lessons he learned. In victory lane,

KEN TITUS CLAIMS FIRST CAREER VICTORY AT PENN CAN SPEEDWAY

Penn Can Speedway management changed up there traditional Friday night show and decided to go green Saturday night at the Susquehanna, Pennsylvania speed plant, feeling that the weather would be more in their favor. Kenny Titus is sure glad they did as he would capture the American Racer Big Block Main event in a caution plagued feature, that had lady luck on his side. Rolling off in the second starting position, Titus would fall into the 3rd spot when the green was dropped as pole sitter Bryon Worthing led the way. After last week’s heartbreak loss, Joey Grammes jumped into the second position. Unable to get into a rhythm with multiple cautions the leader of Worthing would choose the top la

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