(9.20.20) Mike Sweeney and Broc Brown have had a strangle hold on their respective division’s in 2020. Sweeney won his fourth straight feature leading all 50 laps. After starting second to pole winner Nick Ross, Sweeney would jump into the lead heading into turn one. Just one caution slowed the event on lap two. On the restart Sweeney would power into the lead, a 48 lap run to the finish would see Sweeney go uncontested. However, with less than two laps remaining, Ross would get to the back bumper of Sweeney. Ross would make slight contact with the leader causing both cars to slide sideways and that was all Sweeney needed as both drivers were able to power through. Sweeney would hold on over Ross, Travis Fisher, Steve Shultz and Roger Maynor.
Broc Brown has had a dominant season winning six out of ten races in 2020. However, Mike Pollack who is a one time feature event winner this year, did everything he could to get back to victory lane. Pollack however was no match for the steady Brown as everything that Pollack tried was countered by Brown. Brown was able to hold strong over Pollack, Jason Harmon, Brian Halecki and Todd Arner.
Micah Adams will forever remember September 20th, 2020 as Adams, who initially finished second from his nineth place starting position, was declared the race winner after Andrew Farnham was disqualified in post race tech. A number of cautions flew during the event. One involving four time winner and point leader Danny Cascioli. Mackenzie Adams, while racing hard inside the top 10, suffered a mechanical failure in the right front off of turn four with Cascioli to her outside. Both drivers slide up the race track ending up in the fence. Cascioli and Adams did not return. TJ Kapish, Sam Ryan, Jimmy Ayre and Cody Geist rounded out the top 5.
Mason Marsico lead all ten laps in the Jr 4 Cylinder event winning for the first time.
Ray Kennedy now has won two straight enduros at Evergreen. This time however, he had to earn the win as Kennedy would start in the 17th position. As drivers would dip and dodge dead cars throughout the chicane, Kennedy slowly made his move forward. Devin Gibson who started on the pole lead the majority of the race, however a broke left front suspension would end his day. The next enduro event will be a 100 lap contest on October 11th, which will be the Central Pa MJR Equipment Triple Clear Water Solutions Legends King of the Green. For more information please visit us at www.evergreenracewaypark.com
Late Models: Mike Sweeney, Nick Ross, Travis Fisher, Steve Shultz, Roger Maynor, Chola Shay, Joe Berretta, Geno Steigerwalt, Brian Doyle, Todd Cooper, Rick Giannino, Rich Cooper, Seth Vanfossen, Brooks Smith
Street Stocks: Broc Brown, Mike Pollack, Jason Harmon, Brian Halecki, Todd Arner, Ken Erney, Rick Reichenbach, Frank DelNero, Dean Woolford, Evan Rygielski, Kevin Weierbach, Kadie Pursell, Stacey Brown, Brandon Christman, Steve Tito, Tom Flanahan IV, Jay Gould, Nick Pollack, Lyndsey Buss, Gordie Buchman
4 Cylinders: Micah Adams, TJ Kapish, Sam Ryan, Jimmy Ayre, Cody Giest, Harry O’Neill, Nick Schaeffer, Steve Kreitzer, Ryan Burkett, Mark Spencer, Danny Casciloi, Kenzie Adams, Jasper Ziegafuse, Paul Hartwig III, DQ Andrew Farnham Jr.
4’s: Mason Marsico, Elia Tito, Maggie Yeakel, Zoe Kuchera
Enduro: Ray Kennedy, Danny Cascioli, Randy Parsons, Frank Pertroski, Jake Boehm, Derrick Klinefelter, Kaden Ayre, Corey Edelman, Rob Longo, Aubrey Ayre, Luke Hoffner, Devin Gibson, Shamrock McKay, Larry Spencer III, Paul Mercante, Mark Hammer, Ynot Hilliard