Satterlee tops Fall Classic weekend opener
WINCHESTER, Va. (Oct. 25) — Gregg Satterlee of Rochester Mills, Pa., notched the opening night of the inaugural Gunter’s Honey Fall Classic at Winchester Speedway, pocketing $3,000 for his seventh overall victory of 2013. Satterlee and 28 other entrants will battle Saturday at the 3/8-mile oval for a $5,000-to-win purse in the finale of the two-race weekend.
Polesitter Jeremy Miller of Gettysburg, Pa., finished second with Jason Covert of York Haven, Pa., finishing third in the main event. Hometown driver J.T. Spence and Kenny Moreland of Waldorf, Md., rounded out the top five in the Super Late Model event.
Notes: Satterlee’s Rocket Chassis is powered by a Roush Yates Engine and sponsored by Satterlee Petroleum Distributors, East American Motorsport, and Zero Wraps. … Fast qualifier Dan Stone of Thompson, Pa., was disqualified for spinning Jason Covert after the first heat. ... Satterlee previously won Winchester's Lee Stultz Memorial on May 4. ... Trever Feathers will be crowned Winchester's Late Model track champion at the Nov. 16 banquet.
Gunter’s Honey Fall Classic: (1) Gregg Satterlee, (2) Jeremy Miller, (3) Jason Covert, (4) J.T. Spence, (5) Kenny Moreland, (6) Dylan Yoder, (7) Kyle Hardy, (8) Ronnie DeHaven Jr., (9) Dan Stone, (10) Tim Senic, (11) Brad Ritter, (12) Gary Stuhler (complete finish unavailable). Fast qualifier (among 29 cars): Stone, 15.283. Heat race winners: Miller, Satterlee, Spence.