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Daily Dirt 12/11/2023 12:14:44

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June 17
Lincoln Speedway,
Abbottstown, PA
Sanction: Appalachian Mountain Speedweek - $4,000
Information provided by: Kyle McFadden, series and track reports (last updated June 18, 5:04 pm)
Emory inherits Lincoln win after Overton’s DQ
  1. Tyler Emory
  2. Rick Eckert
  3. Dylan Yoder
  4. Jason Covert
  5. Gregg Satterlee
  6. Matt Cosner
  7. Andrew Yoder
  8. Kyle Lee
  9. Jamie Lathroum
  10. Bryan Bernheisel
  11. Gary Stuhler
  12. Austin Berry
  13. Eddie Carrier Jr.
  14. Trever Feathers
  15. Kyle Hardy
  16. Justin Weaver
  17. Dan Stone
  18. Mike Lupfer
  19. Gene Knaub
  20. Drew Weisser
  21. Shaun Jones
  22. Matt Cochran
  23. Coleby Frye
  24. Cody Overton
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Tyler Emory inherited a victory at Lincoln Speedway.
What won the race: Tyler Emory of King George, Va., inherited Saturday's Appalachian Mountain Speedweek victory at Lincoln Speedway after apparent winner Cody Overton of Evans, Ga., was disqualified in postrace technical inspection. Emory, who lost the lead to Overton on the 21st lap amid traffic, earned $4,000 and virtually clinched the miniseries points title. Overton was penalized for using an illegal suspension limiter.
Quotable: "Definitely not how we wanted to win it," Emory said. "I don't even know what to say (virtually clinching the miniseries title). When Jim put this deal together, we wanted to run good, but this is a tough deal. ... It's unbelievable. I don't know what to say. I just have to thank everybody that helps me do this."
Key notes: Overton, driving Bruce Kane’s No. 15K Rocket Chassis, was stripped of the victory for using an illegal suspension limiter; miniseries director Jim Bernheisel's statement on the disqualification: "We have three rear suspension rules ... the third is the droop limiter must be an open-style suspension limiter and visible with a one-inch puck. They clearly didn't have it visible and it clearly wasn't a one-inch puck. It was a spring apparatus, which I hated to do it. The guy won the race. He was cool. He was great. He drove a great race. But I had no choice. That rule is virtually in line with everything in the nation." ... Rick Eckert of York, Pa., started from the pole but failed to lead a lap. ... Emory clinches the miniseries title by simply registering for Sunday's finale at Selinsgrove (Pa.) Speedway; his 180-point lead over Gregg Satterlee is insurmountable because 155 points is the most a driver can total in competition on a single night. ... Danville, Pa.'s Jeff Rine, who entered Saturday third in miniseries points, failed to qualify for the main event and falls to seventh in points. ... Originally scheduled to be the seventh of eight Speedweek rounds this year, Lincoln was the fifth race of the miniseries after rainouts at Path Valley Speedway on Tuesday and Friday at Bedford Speedway. ... One caution for Shaun Jones on lap 10 slowed the 35-lap feature that lasted 13 minutes.
On the move: Jamie Lathroum of Mechanicsville, Md., started 18th and finished ninth.
Winner's sponsors: Emory’s Cameron, Mann, Emory family-owned Rocket Chassis has a Pro Power Racing Engine and sponsorship from Coombs Bus & Truck Service, Total Machine LLC, Cameron Construction, PSI Pax, Inc., E-Labs, Carruth & Son Concrete, Inc., Garner Mid-Atlantic Construction, B&L Hauling, C.A.B Electric LLC, Pre-Mach, Inc., K&L Pumping & Septic, Keyser Manufacturing, Integra Shocks and Hoosier Tire.
Points chase: After Lincoln: 1. Tyler Emory (2,541); 2. Gregg Satterlee (2,361); 3. Rick Eckert (2,351); 4. Dylan Yoder (2,342); 5. Kyle Hardy (2,316); 6. Matt Cosner (2,304); 7. Jeff Rine (2,258); 8. Eddie Carrier (2,226); 9. Dan Stone (2,186); 10. Bryan Bernheisel (2,175).
Current weather: Clear, 64°F
Car count: 43
Fast qualifier: Rick Eckert
Time: 16.206 seconds
Polesitter: Rick Eckert
Dash winner: Rick Eckert
Heat race winners: Gary Stuhler, Kyle Lee, Jason Covert, Andrew Yoder
Consolation race winners: Kyle Hardy, Mike Lupfer
Next series race: June 18, Selinsgrove Speedway (Selinsgrove, PA) $6,300
Editor's note: Updates with Cody Overton’s disqualification.

Feature lineup

Row 1: Eckert, Emory
Row 2: C. Overton Satterlee
Row 3: D. Yoder, Cosner
Row 4: Stuhler, Covert
Row 5: Lee, A. Yoder
Row 6: Weaver, B. Bernheisel
Row 7: Carrier, Jones
Row 8: Stone, Lathroum
Row 9: Feathers, Berry
Row 10: Hardy, Lupfer
Row 11: Knaub, Cochran
Row 12: Frye, Weisser

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