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On Friday the World of Outlaws ran the National Open preliminary event at Williams Grove and it became its own historic event when after leading all 10 laps of a rain-shortened race, Lance Dewease’s $10,000 payday matched the shortest race in World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series history.

Friday’s win was the 110th of Dewease’s career at the oval, it was also his seventh victory of the season there and the third of his career in a National Open preliminary event.

Some 51 cars entered the big event on Friday at Williams Grove, meant to set the stage for Saturday’s Diamond Anniversary, 40-lap, $75,000-to-win National Open.

World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and Williams Grove Speedway officials have confirmed the 60th National Open is rescheduled for Saturday, Oct. 22. The one-night-only affair will still offer a $75,000-to-win payout for racers. Originally scheduled for this past Saturday, the remnants of Hurricane Ian washed away the first attempt with consistent rain falling all weekend long in Mechanicsburg.

In the meantime, “The Greatest Show on Dirt” will stick around the Keystone State this weekend with a Port Royal Speedway doubleheader set for Friday and Saturday. Following that, stops at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Neb., on Friday, Oct. 14, and Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas, on Saturday, Oct. 15, will precede the National Open.

Meanwhile at Clinton County Speedway, they ran their final race of the season and four drivers were in contention for the 2022 Limited Late Model Track Championship coming into the race. In an epic race to the checkers, Jim Yoder of Selinsgrove won the race and secured his second consecutive championship. Cory Long won the pro stocks, Jeffrey Weaver won the 270s and Hunter Flook won the four cylinders.

In the one-on-one streetcar drag racing competition, Gino Snyder of Montgomery drove his Honda Civic to victory lane over Blane Walizer of Beech Creek in a Jeep Cherokee.

On Tuesday night ,Lincoln Speedway is holding the Brian Montieth Classic $7,000-to-win race at 7 p.m.

WILLIAMS GROVE

National Open preliminary event results (10 laps, shortened with rain): 1. Lance Dewease [1] ($10,000); 2. Sheldon Haudenschild [2] ($6,000); 3. Carson Macedo [4] ($3,500); 4. Anthony Macri [6] ($2,800); 5. David Gravel [3] ($2,500).

CLINTON COUNTY SPEEDWAY

Limited late models: 1. Jim Yoder; 2. Ben Whitaker; 3. Matt Cochran; 4. Andrew Yoder; 5. Devin Frey. Pro stocks: 1. Cory Long; 2. AJ Stroup; 3. Noah Jensen; 4. Brandon Moser; 5. Johnny Bouse. 270 micros: 1. Jeffrey Weaver; 2. Logan Hammaker; 3. Timmy Bittner; 4. Scott Zimmerman. Four cylinders: 1. Hunter Flook; 2. Larry Beachel; 3. Blake Snyder; 4. Shawn Stahl; 5. Michael Barret.



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