Chapple Conquers BOSS Sprints, Charlier, Krummert, Mollick, Claim RUSH Wins, Dobrosky Best’s 305’s!

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Sarver, PA (July 22, 2022) The action was hot for the RUSH Summer Showcase at Lernerville Speedway as the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply RUSH Late Models, Sportsman Modifieds, and Sprints were joined by the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (BOSS) and Allegheny Sprint Tour on Friday, July 22.

Isaac Chapple took the lead from Dallas Hewitt on lap 8 of the 25-lap BOSS feature event to claim his first victory of the season with the series but second in a row at ‘The Action Track’ as he won the 2021 BOSS visit at Lernerville. Steve Drevecki finished second followed by Hewitt in third with Brian Ruhlman in fourth and Carmen Perigo, Jr. finishing fifth.

‘I’ve run in the top-five this year more than I ever have before. We really wanted to win a race,’ Chapple said in Terry Bowser Excavating Victory Lane. ‘Nothing feels like winning, it’s good to finally get it done. The racetrack was a lot different than last year when we were here, we’re usually pretty good when it gets slick like this, but those guys were racing so hard in front of me, it took me a while to get a clear lane. Then I cleared them, and my fear was that the track would start taking rubber and I wouldn’t find it. With about two or three (laps) to go, I heard a car ripping around my right rear, so I knew somebody found rubber. I moved up enough in turns three and four to catch it and that’s probably what won us the race.’

Daryl Charlier used his outside pole starting position to take the lead on lap one and lead all 30 laps of the caution-free, $3,000 to-win RUSH Flynn’s Tire Touring Series main event. Once Charlier grabbed the lead on the opening stanza, he was never seriously challenged and masterfully worked through lapped traffic to finish ahead of Jeremy Wonderling, who finished second. Kyle Lukon came home third with David Pangrazio in fourth and Joe Martin rounding out the top-five finishers.

‘It feels really good, especially here, I love racing here,’ Charlier said in victory lane after his first Flynn’s Tire RUSH Touring Series win of the year. ‘We’ve struggled with the setup for a while, we tried some stuff at Sharon and was able to come home with third, we ran the same thing here with little minor adjustments and, glad we were able to pull it off.’ When asked about maneuvering through lapped traffic, Daryl said, ‘That was fun, I had a lot of fun, I’m not sure how close everyone else was behind me but, I was just trying to keep the car straight as much as possible, stay out of any potential trouble, and pick them off as quick as I could.’

John Mollick captured his second career win in a RUSH Sprint after making his way past Brian Hartzell on lap 13. Hartzell held on for second ahead of pole-sitter Zack Wilson, who finished third ahead of Gale Ruth, Jr. in fourth and Joe Buccola in fifth. ‘I can’t believe we just won on that racetrack,’ Mollick said in victory lane. ‘That’s not my style, that’s not my track but hey, we got a win tonight! This class is getting tougher and tougher every year, everybody’s picking up their game and learning. It’s a struggle to keep up with these guys, these young kids are coming up quick.’

Rob Kristyak led the first 23 laps of the RUSH Sportsman Modified feature before Garrett Krummert took the lead on lap 24 and lead the final 2 circuits to claim his 25th career RUSH Modified win ahead of Ayden Cipriano, who got by third place finisher Kristyak on the final lap. J.C. Boyer finished fourth while Justen Shea finished fifth.

‘We were all just kind of riding around out there, we weren’t very good, and I was hoping for a caution, then after the first caution, I seen was Kristyak was doing with the 5 car (Cipriano), then the second caution he did the same thing and left it (a line) open so I had to go,’ Krummert explained in Terry Bowser Excavating Victory Lane. ‘I told my crew that we were going to pack up and go home after the heat race because we were so bad, we weren’t perfect, but we were a little bit better than we were in the heat.’

In the Allegheny Sprint Tour 305’s feature it was Greg Dobrosky also leading every lap enroute to the victory after holding off the hard charging Justin Clark, who finished second by .579 seconds. Steven Kenawell, Jr., wound up third with Jeremy Kornbau in fourth and Jim Morris finished fifth.

Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (BOSS) Results:

Heat 1: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 10-Saban Bibent[2]; 2. 21-Carmen Perigo Jr[3]; 3. 4JM-John Mollick[1]; 4. 19-Steven Drevicki[4]; 5. 49C-Chad Ruhlman[8]; 6. 0-Steve Irwin[6]; 7. 88J-Joey Amantea[7]; 8. 22-Brandon Spithaler[5]

Heat 2: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 41-Ricky Lewis[1]; 2. 34-Parker Frederickson[3]; 3. 77-Dustin Smith[2]; 4. 4J-Justin Owen[4]; 5. 33-Jeremy Weaver[6]; 6. 73-Blake Vermillion[5]; 7. 13-Brandon Matus[7]; 8. 4K-Todd Burgurd[8]

Heat 3: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 18-Dallas Hewitt[2]; 2. 52-Isaac Chapple[4]; 3. 2-AJ Flick[3]; 4. 49-Brian Ruhlman[6]; 5. 5V-Jesse Vermillion[1]; 6. 5-Bob McMillin[7]; 7. 53-Steve Little[5]

Feature: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 52-Isaac Chapple[5]; 2. 19-Steven Drevicki[2]; 3. 18-Dallas Hewitt[4]; 4. 49-Brian Ruhlman[12]; 5. 21-Carmen Perigo Jr[7]; 6. 5V-Jesse Vermillion[15]; 7. 2-AJ Flick[11]; 8. 10-Saban Bibent[3]; 9. 41-Ricky Lewis[1]; 10. 88J-Joey Amantea[19]; 11. 0-Steve Irwin[16]; 12. 77-Dustin Smith[10]; 13. 34-Parker Frederickson[8]; 14. 53-Steve Little[21]; 15. 73-Blake Vermillion[17]; 16. 33-Jeremy Weaver[14]; 17. 5-Bob McMillin[18]; 18. 4K-Todd Burgurd[23]; 19. 22-Brandon Spithaler[22]; 20. 49C-Chad Ruhlman[13]; 21. 4J-Justin Owen[6]; 22. 13-Brandon Matus[20]; 23. 4JM-John Mollick[9]

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply RUSH Late Models Results:

FK Rod Ends Heat 1: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 36-Cody Dawson[2]; 2. 136-David Pangrazio[3]; 3. 17R-Logan Roberson[1]; 4. Z1-Brady Wonderling[6]; 5. 33-Josh Ferry[5]; 6. 58-Braeden Dillinger[7]; 7. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr[4]; 8. 57L-Bo Lockwood[10]; 9. 24C-Rob Coffaro[9]; 10. 55A-Marino Angelicchio[8]

FK Rod Ends Heat 2: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 184-Kyle Lukon[3]; 2. 21L-Matt Latta[4]; 3. 10S-Joe Martin[1]; 4. 9S-Breyton Santee[5]; 5. 5L-Jon Lee[6]; 6. 21J-Jim Rasey[9]; 7. 31-Jonathan Stockdale[7]; 8. 99B-Mason Jaquay[8]; 9. N1-Michael Norris[2]; 10. (DNS) 11A-Ashton Briggs

FK Rod Ends Heat 2: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling[1]; 2. 3RK-Daryl Charlier[2]; 3. 99*-Logan Jaquay[3]; 4. 9-Will Thomas[6]; 5. 17-Ryan Frazee[4]; 6. 21-Kyle Murray[5]; 7. 17X-Andy Michael[8]; 8. 42D-Tony Musolino[7]; 9. 75D-RJ Dallape[9]

B-Main: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. N1-Michael Norris[8]; 2. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr[1]; 3. 57L-Bo Lockwood[4]; 4. 17X-Andy Michael[3]; 5. 42D-Tony Musolino[6]; 6. 31-Jonathan Stockdale[2]; 7. 75D-RJ Dallape[9]; 8. 55A-Marino Angelicchio[10]; 9. 24C-Rob Coffaro[7]; 10. 99B-Mason Jaquay[5]; 11. (DNS) 11A-Ashton Briggs

Sunoco Race Fuels Dash: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling[1]; 2. 3RK-Daryl Charlier[2]; 3. 21L-Matt Latta[3]; 4. 136-David Pangrazio[6]; 5. 36-Cody Dawson[4]; 6. 184-Kyle Lukon[5]

Precise Racing Products Feature: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 3RK-Daryl Charlier[2]; 2. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling[1]; 3. 184-Kyle Lukon[6]; 4. 136-David Pangrazio[4]; 5. 10S-Joe Martin[8]; 6. 21L-Matt Latta[3]; 7. 17R-Logan Roberson[7]; 8. N1-Michael Norris[19]; 9. 9-Will Thomas[12]; 10. Z1-Brady Wonderling[10]; 11. 33-Josh Ferry[13]; 12. 36-Cody Dawson[5]; 13. 5L-Jon Lee[14]; 14. 99*-Logan Jaquay[9]; 15. 9S-Breyton Santee[11]; 16. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr[20]; 17. 17-Ryan Frazee[15]; 18. 17X-Andy Michael[22]; 19. 57L-Bo Lockwood[21]; 20. 42D-Tony Musolino[23]; 21. 21J-Jim Rasey[17]; 22. 21-Kyle Murray[18]; 23. 31-Jonathan Stockdale[24]; 24. 58-Braeden Dillinger[16]

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply RUSH Sportsman Modifieds Results:

Heat 1: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. JD57-Jordan Ehrenberg[3]; 2. 12-JC Boyer[8]; 3. 2-Kole Holden[4]; 4. 57R-Jacob Rutana[2]; 5. 8-Kyle Martell[9]; 6. 571-Josh Ehrenberg[1]; 7. 29-Cole Edwards[6]; 8. 2LC-Lucas Canon[7]; 9. 119-Mike Miller[5]

Heat 2: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 00-Rob Kristyak[1]; 2. 14S-Justin Shea[2]; 3. 5C-Ayden Cipriano[5]; 4. 10S-Garrett Krummert[3]; 5. 01T-Todd English[6]; 6. 111-Dave Price[4]; 7. 9D-Josh Deems[8]; 8. 46R-Doug Rutana[7]

Heat 3: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 1R-Brandon Ritchey[2]; 2. 02-Benjamin Easler[3]; 3. 63T-Tony Tatgenhorst[1]; 4. 7-Chas Wolbert[5]; 5. 333G-Dalton Gabriel[4]; 6. 28J-Jacob Jordan[6]; 7. 21X-Cory Riffe[8]; 8. 55R-Clayton Deems[7]

Feature: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 10S-Garrett Krummert[11]; 2. 5C-Ayden Cipriano[9]; 3. 00-Rob Kristyak[2]; 4. 12-JC Boyer[6]; 5. 14S-Justin Shea[3]; 6. 02-Benjamin Easler[7]; 7. 01T-Todd English[14]; 8. 1R-Brandon Ritchey[1]; 9. 7-Chas Wolbert[12]; 10. 63T-Tony Tatgenhorst[4]; 11. JD57-Jordan Ehrenberg[5]; 12. 28J-Jacob Jordan[18]; 13. 119-Mike Miller[25]; 14. 29-Cole Edwards[19]; 15. 46R-Doug Rutana[23]; 16. 333G-Dalton Gabriel[15]; 17. 111-Dave Price[17]; 18. 55R-Clayton Deems[24]; 19. 8-Kyle Martell[13]; 20. 57R-Jacob Rutana[10]; 21. 2-Kole Holden[8]; 22. 571-Josh Ehrenberg[16]; 23. 21X-Cory Riffe[21]; 24. 2LC-Lucas Canon[22]; 25. (DNS) 9D-Josh Deems

Hovis Auto & Truck Supply RUSH Sprints Results:

Heat 1: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 24-Gale Ruth Jr[3]; 2. 69-Brian Hartzell[1]; 3. 41-Andy Priest[5]; 4. 1T-Ricky Tucker Jr[2]; 5. 9-Zach Morrow[4]; 6. 62-Brian Cressley[8]; 7. 12C-Amelia Clay[7]; 8. 20-Jeff Metsger[6]; 9. 15-Lacey Shuttleworth[9]

Heat 2: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 68-Chad Ruhlman[4]; 2. 4J-John Mollick[6]; 3. 43JR-Blaze Myers[5]; 4. 69X-AJ MacQuarrie[2]; 5. 12-Ryan Fraley[7]; 6. 57N-Tyler Newhart[3]; 7. 35-Jordan Hamilton[1]; 8. 11-Don Blaney[8]

Heat 3: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 1-Zack Wilson[2]; 2. 19-Brandon Blackshear[3]; 3. 5B-Joe Buccola[6]; 4. 25-Nolan Groves[5]; 5. 23-Charlie Utsinger[4]; 6. 13K-Kevin Kaserman[7]; 7. 29-Brandon Shughart[1]; 8. (DNS) 17-Trent Marshall

Feature: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 4J-John Mollick[4]; 2. 69-Brian Hartzell[2]; 3. 1-Zack Wilson[1]; 4. 24-Gale Ruth Jr[6]; 5. 5B-Joe Buccola[3]; 6. 41-Andy Priest[5]; 7. 19-Brandon Blackshear[8]; 8. 68-Chad Ruhlman[9]; 9. 43JR-Blaze Myers[7]; 10. 9-Zach Morrow[13]; 11. 12-Ryan Fraley[14]; 12. 69X-AJ MacQuarrie[11]; 13. 25-Nolan Groves[12]; 14. 62-Brian Cressley[16]; 15. 1T-Ricky Tucker Jr[10]; 16. 57N-Tyler Newhart[17]; 17. 20-Jeff Metsger[22]; 18. 13K-Kevin Kaserman[18]; 19. 29-Brandon Shughart[21]; 20. 23-Charlie Utsinger[15]; 21. 15-Lacey Shuttleworth[25]; 22. 35-Jordan Hamilton[20]; 23. 12C-Amelia Clay[19]; 24. 11-Don Blaney[23]; 25. (DNS) 17-Trent Marshall

Allegheny Sprint Tour 305 Sprints Results:

Heat 1: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[3]; 2. 16-Jim Morris[2]; 3. 82M-Roman Jones[6]; 4. 75-Dylan Shatzer[4]; 5. 20M-Vivian Jones[5]; 6. 80JR-Kyle Colwell[1]; 7. 48-Jeff Bacha[7]; 8. 17S-Shane Heath[8]; 9. 9-Mariah Romig[9]

Heat 2: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 67-Ken Duke Jr[1]; 2. 17K-Steven Kenawell Jr[3]; 3. 37-Bryce Norris[2]; 4. 21C-Jarrett Cavalet[7]; 5. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[5]; 6. 5J-Logan Jones[9]; 7. 12G-Tommy Jasen[8]; 8. 3-John Jerich[4]; 9. X7-Andy Cavanagh[6]

Heat 3: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 78-Justin Clark[1]; 2. 88-Greg Dabrosky[2]; 3. 52-Jeff Weaver[4]; 4. 17-Owen Dimm[6]; 5. 42L-Lance Christie[5]; 6. 25G-Nolan Groves[3]; 7. 4J-Jacob Gomola[7]; 8. 10J-Jay Fry[8]; 9. 42-Jim Pattach[9]

Feature: (Finish-Name-[Start]) 1. 88-Greg Dabrosky[2]; 2. 78-Justin Clark[3]; 3. 17K-Steven Kenawell Jr[1]; 4. 27K-Jeremy Kornbau[5]; 5. 16-Jim Morris[4]; 6. 67-Ken Duke Jr[6]; 7. 17-Owen Dimm[12]; 8. 21C-Jarrett Cavalet[11]; 9. 37-Bryce Norris[8]; 10. 75-Dylan Shatzer[10]; 11. 82M-Roman Jones[7]; 12. 52-Jeff Weaver[9]; 13. 4J-Jacob Gomola[21]; 14. 25-Jarrett Rosencrance[14]; 15. 5J-Logan Jones[17]; 16. X7-Andy Cavanagh[26]; 17. 42L-Lance Christie[15]; 18. 20M-Vivian Jones[13]; 19. 25G-Nolan Groves[18]; 20. 48-Jeff Bacha[19]; 21. 3-John Jerich[23]; 22. 17S-Shane Heath[22]; 23. 12G-Tommy Jasen[20]; 24. 80JR-Kyle Colwell[16]; 25. 9-Mariah Romig[25]; 26. 42-Jim Pattach[27]; 27. 10J-Jay Fry[24]

Up next at ‘The Action Track’ will be a Test & Tune featuring the Costa Oil Mini Stock Series on Tuesday, July 26. On Friday, July 29, the Fab4 Revved Up with Marburger Farm Dairy will return for ‘Nostaligia Night’ presented by Panza Supply.   

Tuesday’s Test & Tune and next Friday’s Fab4 Revved Up with Marburger Farm Dairy shows will be livestreamed on Lernerville.TV. The Pre-Race Show will go live on LernervilleTV around 6:30 to preview the night’s racing and talk to some of the stars of the nights action! Single race passes are available for $20, but the better deal is the monthly subscription for just $10 more; $30 gets you a full month of Fab4 Racing Revved Up with the Marburger Farm Dairy. 

For more information on Lernerville Speedway including schedule, ticket prices, and FAQ’s, please visit www.Lernerville.com.

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