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Daily Dirt 10/07/2022 09:47:26

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June 2
Port Royal Speedway,
Port Royal, PA
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Tri-Track Challenge) - $3,000
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated June 7, 9:53 am)
Rine outruns Yoder at Port Royal
Tri-Track Challenge
  1. Jeff Rine
  2. Dylan Yoder
  3. Kyle Lee
  4. Tyler Bare
  5. Coleby Frye
  6. Matt Cosner
  7. Jerry Bard
  8. Tim Smith Jr.
  9. Mike Lupfer
  10. Andy Haus
  11. Matt Parks
  12. Tyler Horst
  13. Dave Brouse Jr.
  14. Chad Myers
  15. Jeff Miller
  16. Hayes Mattern
  17. Justin Kann
  18. Kirk Baker
  19. Shaun Jones
  20. Dave Stamm
  21. Chris Casner
  22. Brett Schadel
  23. Trent Brenneman
  24. Billy Wampler
presented by
Brian Rhoad
Jeff Rine displays his $3,000 Tri-Track Challenge winner's check.
What won the race: Edging ahead of Dylan Yoder on the opening circuit, second-starting Jeff Rine of Danville, Pa., led all 30 laps to win the opener of the Tri-Track Challenge at Port Royal Speedway. Rine avoided a potential calamity with a lapped car late in the race and pulled away over the final three tours to win $3,000. Yoder finished second, while Kyle Lee nipped Tyler Bare by inches to place third.
Key notes: Yoder trekked Rine down in lapped traffic with five laps remaining and the two got together as they tried to avoid a backmarker. Yoder got a good run off of turn four, but with nowhere to go he crashed into the rear deck of Rine’s machine; they avoided catastrophe and kept racing with Rine beating Yoder to the checkered flag by 1.427 seconds for his second win of '18 at Port Royal. … Lee and Bare battled hard for third place with Lee claiming the spot by a mere 0.025 of a second. ... Bare had a new engine bolted inside his Bryan Klinedinst-owned No. 43A after breaking a powerplant the previous week at Bedford (Pa.) Speedway. ... Andy Haus blew a rear tire to bring out a caution on lap five. … A second caution waved with 14 laps remaining. ... Friday night's scheduled Tri-Track Challenge opener at Bedford was postponed by rain until July 6; the middle race of the miniseries will be June 8 at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa.
Winner's sponsors: Rine’s Jeff Kurtz-owned Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Jay Dickens Racing Engine and carries sponsorship from Jeff’s Auto Body and Recycling Center, Eagle Towing & Recovery, Moon Shine Camo and Penske Racing Shocks.
Car count: 27
Fast qualifier: Kyle Lee
Time: 19.292 seconds
Heat race winners: Jeff Rine, Coleby Frye, Dylan Yoder
Consolation race winners: Chris Casner
Editor's note: Swaps Kyle Lee and Tyler Bare in third- and fourth-place spots

Feature lineup

Row 1: Yoder, Rine
Row 2: Frye, Bare
Row 3: Cosner, Lee
Row 4: Haus, Brenneman
Row 5: Bard, Jones
Row 6: Horst, Smith Jr.
Row 7: Brouse Jr., Miller
Row 8: Myers, Wampler
Row 9: Lupfer, Parks
Row 10: Casner, Baker
Row 11: Schadel, Kann
Row 12: Stamm, Mattern 

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