Login |
LIVE VIDEO:  Watch | Events | FAQ | Archives
Sponsor 930
Sponsor 717


All Late Models. All the Time.

Your soruce for dirt late model news, photos and video

  • Join us on Twitter Join us on Facebook
Sponsor 525

Daily Dirt 09/23/2020 12:17:36

Sponsor 743
September 22
Eriez Speedway,
Hammett, PA
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Bob Rohrer’s September Sweep) - $4,011
Information provided by: Track reports (last updated September 24, 6:35 pm)
Briggs takes Eriez win, scores $4,011
Bob Rohrer’s September Sweep
  1. Boom Briggs
  2. Greg Oakes
  3. Max Blair
  4. Dave Hess Jr.
  5. David Scott
  6. Chub Frank
  7. Jared Miley
  8. Mike Maresca
  9. Colton Flinner
  10. Ryan Montgomery
  11. Chad Wright
  12. Chris Hackett
  13. Wyatt Scott
  14. Mike Wonderling Jr.
  15. Dan Angelicchio
  16. Steve Kania
  17. Mike Knight
  18. Breyton Santee
  19. Kyle Knapp
  20. Alex Ferree
  21. Doug Eck
  22. Matt Urban
  23. Andy Boozel
  24. Matt Lux
  25. Todd Weldon
presented by
Greg Kinnear
Boom Briggs won the opener of the season-ending Eriez weekend.
What won the race: Boom Briggs of Bear Lake, Pa., led all 35 laps Saturday to capture the $4,011 Bob Rohrer's September Sweep at Eriez Speedway. Briggs took the checkers over Greg Oakes and Max Blair.
Key notes: Briggs, who also won Sept. 2's Ultimate Northeast event at Eriez, won the first of two weekend Super Late Model features (the entire weekend was pushed back 24 hours by rain). ... Dan Angelicchio spun on the third lap. ... Alex Ferree led early after a battle with Doug Eck. ... Dave Hess Jr. and Doug Eck had a contact-filled battle mid-race and Eck was sent to the pit after showing his displeasure with Hess. ... Greg Oakes rose late to grab second. ... Sunday's race pays $6,011-to-win.
On the move: Max Blair of Centerville, Pa., started 17th and finished third.
Winner's sponsors: Briggs drives a Club 29 Race Car with a Clements Racing Engine and sponsorship from Briggs Transport, Corry Rubber Corporation, Asel Enterprises, Buccola's, Meridien Hardwoods of PA, C.J.'s Auto Transport, Tony Stec Lumber, Chub Frank Racing, Allstar Performance and Slavic Shirt and Decals.
Points chase: Dave Hess Jr. of Waterford, Pa., captured the 2018 Eriez Super Late Model championship.
Expected entrants: .
Car count: 26
Heat race winners: Mike Maresca, Dave Hess Jr., Boom Briggs, Doug Eck
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
Sponsor 615
Sponsor 728