Tyler County Speedway,
Sanction: Ultimate Northeast Series (Earl Hill Memorial) - $5,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated May 14, 12:28 pm)
Miley pockets $5,000 in Earl Hill Memorial win
Earl Hill Memorial
- Jared Miley
- Derek Doll
- Tyler Carpenter
- Zack Dohm
- Mike Benedum
- Eddie Carrier Jr.
- Matt Cosner
- Ryan Montgomery
- Mike Maresca
- Kyle Thomas
- Ross Robinson
- Jeromy Misel
- Travis Brown
- Michael Lake
- Brian Baumberger
- Cody Rogers
Jared Miley picked up a big paycheck at Tyler County Speedway.
What won the race: Using lapped traffic to his advantage, Jared Miley of Pittsburgh, Pa., passed leader Tyler Carpenter and pulled away to win his second career Ultimate Northeast Super Late Model Series race. Derek Doll finished second, whole Carpenter slipped to third. Miley earned $5,000 for winning the 30th annual Earl Hill Memorial.
Key notes: It was Miley's third career Earl Hill Memorial victory. ... After a mid-race yellow, Miley pulled away to win by more than a straightaway. … The event was slowed by one caution. Cody Rogers slowed to a stop in turn four near the halfway mark. … Ultimate Northeast officials pushed the show along with the threat of weather imminent throughout the day. … The race was co-sanctioned by sister tours Ultimate Northeast Late Model Series and Ultimate Mid-Ohio Valley Late Model Series. … It's the only stop at Tyler County for either series this season.
On the move: Zack Dohm of Cross Lanes, W.Va., finished fourth after starting ninth.
Winner's sponsors: Miley’s Rocket Chassis has an Domhoff Racing Engine and is sponsored by Jay’s Auto Wrecking, Colussy Chevrolet, Sprague Farm & Brew Works, Maloney Classic Cars, Junior’s Core, Keystone Alliance Insurance Services, Ireland’s Bait Shop, DLB Metals, Brougher’s Machine Shop and Integra Shocks, Blue Mountain Energy and Penn Star Venture
Points chase: Derek Doll is the reigning track champion.
Car count: 17
Fast qualifier: Steve Weigle
Time: 12.548 seconds
Heat race winners: Jared Miley, Tyler Carpenter
Next series race: May 26, Port Royal Speedway (Port Royal, PA) $3,000
Editor's note: Corrects winner's engine builder; amends sponsors.