SARVER, PA – September 14, 2017 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Officially entering the final clip of the 2017 season, the IMCA/Racesaver Allegheny Sprint Tour will invade Sarver, Pennsylvania’s Lernerville Speedway on Saturday evening, September 16, and in addition to a full, competitive program, teams will compete for an extended list of contingency awards and prizes, all capped off with a 25-lap, $500-to-win/$150-to-start main event.
In fact, Lernerville Speedway will host the IMCA/Racesaver Allegheny Sprint Tour on two, separate occasions to help close down their 2017 campaign; Autumn Motive Fest on Saturday, September 16, as well as during the annual DIRTcar Roundup/Steel City Stampede in mid-October.
“We appreciate what the Allegheny Sprint Tour officials do for us. On multiple occasions this season, Series supporters have stepped up to provide special incentives toward travel and racing. It gives us something extra to race for every time we are on the track,” Greg Dobrosky explained, Allegheny Sprint Tour regular. “Lernerville is a special place with a lot of history. I’m excited to get back there.”
IMCA Racesaver Contingency Awards for Saturday, September 16:
- $100 Longest Tow Award on behalf of J&J Outdoor Power Equipment
- One right rear tire for feature Hard Charger
- One case of Schaeffer’s Racing Oil for each heat race winner
- NAPA Auto Parts cleaning supplies for Best Appearing Car
- One case of Brad Penn Oil for Hard Luck Award presented by Townsend Gas & Oil
- Overall Fast Qualifier will receive new tire on behalf of Lias Tire.
Saturday’s Autumn Motive Fest at Lernerville Speedway will also feature a Classic Car Show, RibFest, and Chili Cook-Off. Those events will begin as early as 9:00 am on the Lernerville Speedway grounds and will remain free to the general public. Gates for the Autumn Motive Fest racing program will open at 5PM. To enter the speedway, a pass will need to be purchased.
About Allegheny Sprint Tour
Utilizing 305 cubic inch engines, the Allegheny Sprint Tour is a touring sprint car series headquartered in Western Pennsylvania. The tour utilizes engine rules governed by the Racesaver organization. Engine requirements, as well as a complete rulebook, can be found online at www.racesaver.com. Those seeking additional rules governed by the Allegheny Sprint Tour should visit the Series online at http://allegehenysprinttour.weebly.com/.
The Allegheny Sprint Tour would like to thank all of its marketing partners:
Schaeffer’s Racing Oil, Stiller Trucking, Hawk Trucking, Alternative Power Sources, Showtime Designs, J&J Outdoor Power Equipment, Fully Injected Motorsports
Source: Allegheny Sprint Tour