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Daily Dirt 09/20/2020 18:34:51

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August 8
Clinton County Motor Speedway,
Mill Hall, PA
Sanction: Unsanctioned special events (Mike Probst Memorial) - $3,000
Information provided by: Barry Lenhart and track reports (last updated August 10, 2:35 pm)
Max Blair earns $3,000 at Probst Memorial
Mike Probst Memorial
  1. Max Blair
  2. Jerry Bard
  3. Chad Hollenbeck
  4. Dylan Yoder
  5. Andrew Yoder
  6. Jason Dupont
  7. Jim Yoder
  8. Denny Fenton
  9. Matt Cochran
  10. Waylon Wagner
  11. Bob Dunn
  12. Tom Viello
  13. Nick Loffredo
  14. Kerry King Jr.
  15. Dan Boyd
  16. Len Stroud
  17. Tim Wilson
  18. Matt Mort
  19. Mike Steck
  20. Justin Kann
  21. Eric Hons
  22. Cole Amsden
  23. Cody Robbins
presented by
Barry Lenhart/pbase.com/cyberslash
Max Blair takes the checkers in the Mike Probst Memorial.
What won the race: Starting fourth at Racing for Heroes Raceway, Max Blair of Titusville, Pa., took the lead from Chad Hollenbeck on the 15th lap and pulled away for a $3,000 Super Late Model victory in the Mike Probst Memorial.
Key notes: Early leader Chad Hollenbeck finished third, one spot behind Jerry Bard. ... The track continues weekly racing through September (except for Aug. 22). ... The track's Chili 100 is scheduled for Sept. 27.
On the move: Dylan Yoder of Selinsgrove, Pa., started eighth and finished fourth.
Winner's sponsors: Max Blair's No. 111 is sponsored Specialty Products, Moody & Son Welding, Rohrer Racing, Wescoat Excavating and Mark's Water Conditioning.
Points chase: Entering the race, Waylon Wagner (539) led Jim Yoder (527), Luke Hoffner (516), Denny Fenton (487) and Nick Loffredo (406) in the track's weekly points.
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
 
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