Dog Hollow Speedway,
Sanction: Zimmer's United Late Model Series (Shawn “Sheetz” McGarvey Memorial) - $4,000
Information provided by: Dustin Jarrett and series reports (last updated May 29, 1:42 pm)
Blair charges to $4,000 victory at Dog Hollow
Shawn “Sheetz” McGarvey Memorial
- Max Blair
- Dan Angelicchio
- Jared Hawkins
- Matt Lux
- Tyler Carpenter
- Kyle Hardy
- Charles Powell Jr.
- Dave Blazavich
- Waylon Wagner
- Joe Petyak
- Shawn Claar
- Ken Schaltenbrand
- Mike Maresca
- Doug Eck
- Mike Wonderling Jr.
- Kyle Knapp
- Sam Gindlesperger
- Andy Fries
- Ryan Christoff
- Danny Kienitz
- Chad McClellan
- Mike Pegher Jr.
- Alex Ferree
- Tom Decker Jr.
Race winner Max Blair is joined in victory lane by Dog Hollow promoter Dan Savino (left) and ULMS director Chris Zuver (right).
What won the race: Max Blair of Centerville, Pa., charged from the seventh starting spot to overtake Matt Lux on lap 14 and led the rest of the 40-lap Shawn "Sheetz" McGarvey Memorial at Dog Hollow Speedway. Blair earned $4,000 in the Zimmer's United Late Model Series event which was pushed back one day by Mother Nature.
Key notes: The victory was Max Blair's second straight on the ULMS tour and the 11th of his career; it moved him into second place on the tour's all-time win list behind only his father Rob Blair. ... Max Blair also won the tour's Memorial Day weekend opener at Freedom Motorsports Park on Friday. ... Dan Angelicchio moved into second on lap 22. … The race struggled to get into a rhythm as caution after caution slowed the event in the early going; the yellow flew six times in the first six laps. ... Other cautions flew on laps 10, 21 and 25. ... During the event, promoter Dan Savino announced the track will switch to Saturday night racing for the remainder of the season beginning on June 9. ... Dog Hollow has two more ULMS dates scheduled on July 27 and and Sept. 2.
On the move: Charles Powell Jr. of Brookville, Pa., won the first consolation event and finished seventh in the main event.
Winner's sponsors: Blair’s Rocket Chassis is sponsored by Specialty Products, Murphy’s Logging, C&J Dairy, Previty’s Auto Wrecking, Upstate Auto Group, Sons of the American Legion Post 1460, Moody & Son Welding, Niemeyer’s Garage and Integra Racing Shocks.
Points chase: Max Blair moved into the series points lead. He's got 161 points to lead Mike Maresca (152) and Doug Eck (129).
Car count: 30
Fast qualifier: Max Blair
Time: 17.146 seconds
Polesitter: Doug Eck
Heat race winners: Max Blair, Jared Hawkins, Alex Ferree, Dan Angelicchio
Consolation race winners: Charles Powell Jr., Shawn Claar
Provisional starters: Mike Wonderling Jr., Ryan Christoff
Next series race: June 1, Tyler County Speedway (Middlebourne, WV) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.