Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Motor Speedway


Full Write Up Results For 7.6.24
193
7/9/2024

7/9/2024

Pittsburgh Pennsylvania Motor Speedway


Full Write Up Results For 7.6.24

You won't believe what happened at Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway this past Saturday night! PPMS would see eight heat races, a sweet driver autograph session, and five feature events. Daryl Charlier (42), from Midway, would win the Rohrich Automotive/Chevy Performance RUSH Late Model feature while Christian Schneider (17S), from Pittsburgh, got another win in the Pittsburgh Trucking Center Penn Ohio Pro Stock feature. Stephen Shelpman (25R), from Pleasant Hills, picked up another win in the Fuel Required Hobby Stock feature while Jacob Chipps (38C), from New Cumberland, West Virginia, made it back to back wins in the Crawford Auto Repair Open Four Cylinder feature, and Hunter Vohn (124), from Industry, got his first career win for the All Ways Safe Flagging And Traffic Control Young Guns.

Kassidy Kamicker (72B), from Aliquippa, would start on the pole in the 20-lap Rohrich Automotive/Chevy Performance RUSH Late Model feature with Charlier (42) to her outside and starting second. At the start of the event, Charlier (42) would take the early lead but a lap six caution would slow the pace and rerack the field. Charlier (42) would retain his lead when green replaced yellow. Despite two more caution flags, Charlier (42) would lead the remaining laps in the event and go on to pick up the win. He was followed by Cole Petrelle (184) in second, Brandon Burgoon (60) third, Ben Policz (14B) fourth, and Tom Klein (77) rounded out the top five. The heat race winners were Policz (14B) and Kamicker (72B).

In the Pittsburgh Trucking Center Penn Ohio Pro Stock 15-lap feature, Brett McDonald (25) would start on the pole. Starting to his outside was Dale Tuche (310). When the green flag dropped, McDonald (25) would take the early lead and lead through lap five. However, Tony Magill (M5) would take over the lead on lap five. The event’s only caution would come on lap 11 and T. Magill (M5) would lead the single foul restart. It appeared that T. Magill (M5) was about to get his first career Pro Stock win but he was forced to enter the pits with one lap to go which allowed Schneider (17S) to come in and steal the win. He was followed by McDonald (25) in second, Chris Schneider (55) in third, AJ Poljak (36) in fourth, and Nick Kocuba (10) completed the top five. The heat race winners were Christian Schneider (17S) and AJ Poljak (36).

Garrett O’Patchen (25) and Stephen Shelpman (25R) would start one and two respectively in the Fuel Required Hobby Stock 15-lap feature. When the green flag waved, Shelpman (25R) would pull away with the early lead and he was still leading at the halfway point in the event. The event’s first and only caution would come on lap 14 which would require a two-lap shootout. Shelpman (25R) would lead the single-foul restart with Logan Koteles (64K) in tow. Shelpman (25R) would have an impressive restart and go on to win the event. He was followed by L. Koteles (64k) in second, O’Patchen (25) in third, Tom Anton (64) in fourth, and Marc Corio (14) would round out the top five. The heat race winners were Corio (14) and Shelpman (25R).

In the Crawford Auto Repair Open Four Cylinder 10-lap feature, Joe Campbell (40C), would start on the pole. Starting to his outside and in second was Cameron Hollister (44). At the start of the event, Campbell (40C) would take the early lead. However, the event’s first caution would come on lap one with Campbell (40C) leading the single-foul restart with Chipps (38C) in tow. When green replaced yellow, Chipps (38C) would take over the lead eventually and Gill (19G) would take over second. Chipps (38C) would lead the remaining laps in the event and go on to get his second win in a row. He was followed by Gill (19G) in second, Campbell (40C) in third, Ray Seibert (4) in fourth, and Ben Garigilio (83) would round out the top five. The heat race winner was Chipps (38C).

The All Ways Safe Flagging And Traffic Control Young Guns six lap feature had Hunter Vohn (124) starting on the pole. To his outside and starting in second was Zoey Knight (78Z). The second row had Gavin Kokolis (91) starting third, and Anthony Uddstrom (18) rounds out the four car field. At the start of the event, Vohn (124) would take the early lead. Vohn (124) would lead all six laps in the event and go on to pick up his first career All Ways Safe Flagging & Traffic Control Young Guns win. He was followed to the line by Uddstrom (18) in second, Kokolis (91) in third, and Knight (78Z) rounded out the four-car field. The heat race winner was Uddstrom (18).

Racing resumes at Dirt’s Monster Half Mile on Saturday, July 13th, 2024, for The Inaugural Dow Carnahan Fantasy Cup featuring the Falconi's 410 Winged Sprint Cars. The fastest dirt cars on the planet invade PPMS featuring speeds in excess of 140 mph!

PPMS and Lernerville Speedway join forces to honor the late Dow Carnahan with a one of a kind event! Each speedway will draft teams of 5 Western PA Sprint Car drivers, who will then compete in a fantasy sports style format against one another. Upon the completion of each event at each speedway, the speedway with the most points will be awarded with the Dow Carnahan Fantasy Cup. Come enjoy an exhilarating night of fast speeds and side by side racing at Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway, home of 'Dirt's Monster Half Mile'!

Also on the card are the Rohrich Automotive RUSH Late Models, the Pittsburgh Truck Center Penn Ohio Pro Stocks, the Fuel Required Hobby Stocks, the Crawford Auto Repair Open Four Cylinders and the All Ways Safe Flagging and Traffic Control Young Guns.

PPMS has a GPS address of 170 Kelso Rd, Imperial, PA, 15126

RESULTS

20 entries
RUSH LATE MODELS
A Feature 1: 1. 42-Daryl Charlier[2]; 2. 184-Cole Petrelle[4]; 3. 60-Brandon Burgoon[10]; 4. 14B-Ben Policz[6]; 5. 77-Tom Klein[5]; 6. 9R-Mike Reft[3]; 7. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker[1]; 8. 14G-Jake Gunn[8]; 9. 17G-Zach Gunn[7]; 10. 28S-Cale Schwartzmiller[11]; 11. 05-Frank Magill[18]; 12. T2-Greg Hauger[12]; 13. 5X-Cody Koteles[13]; 14. 4JR-Jacob Billyk Jr[16]; 15. 91-Brodie Oravetz[15]; 16. 15-Matthew Benard[14]; 17. 38-Michael Stephans[19]; 18. 2L-Dan Lepro[17]; 19. 45-Tim Shaffer[9]; 20. 2M-Chuck Medved[20]

Heat 1: 1. 14B-Ben Policz[2]; 2. 42-Daryl Charlier[4]; 3. 60-Brandon Burgoon[9]; 4. 77-Tom Klein[5]; 5. 14G-Jake Gunn[6]; 6. 28S-Cale Schwartzmiller[3]; 7. 5X-Cody Koteles[10]; 8. 91-Brodie Oravetz[8]; 9. 2L-Dan Lepro[7]; 10. 38-Michael Stephans[1]

Heat 2: 1. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker[1]; 2. 9R-Mike Reft[3]; 3. 184-Cole Petrelle[9]; 4. 45-Tim Shaffer[4]; 5. 17G-Zach Gunn[10]; 6. T2-Greg Hauger[7]; 7. 15-Matthew Benard[6]; 8. 4JR-Jacob Billyk Jr[8]; 9. 05-Frank Magill[5]; 10. 2M-Chuck Medved[2]

14 entries
PENN OHIO PRO STOCKS
A Feature 1: 1. 17S-Christian Schneider[5]; 2. 25-Brett McDonald[1]; 3. 55-Chris Schneider[8]; 4. 36-AJ Poljak[6]; 5. 10-Nick Kocuba[3]; 6. 1K-Cody Koteles[10]; 7. 0-Larry Kugel[14]; 8. 5-Jackson Billyk[12]; 9. 4-Jacob Billyk[9]; 10. M5-Tony Magill[4]; 11. 310-Dale Tuche[2]; 12. 57-Chuck Medved[13]; 13. 114-Emmerson Laboon[7]; 14. A22-Bill Slade[11]

Heat 1: 1. 17S-Christian Schneider[3]; 2. 10-Nick Kocuba[4]; 3. 310-Dale Tuche[2]; 4. 114-Emmerson Laboon[1]; 5. 4-Jacob Billyk[7]; 6. A22-Bill Slade[5]; 7. 57-Chuck Medved[6]

Heat 2: 1. 36-AJ Poljak[2]; 2. M5-Tony Magill[4]; 3. 25-Brett McDonald[1]; 4. 55-Chris Schneider[5]; 5. 1K-Cody Koteles[7]; 6. 5-Jackson Billyk[3]; 7. 0-Larry Kugel[6]

18 entries
HOBBY STOCKS
A Feature 1: 1. 25R-Stephen Shelpman[2]; 2. 64K-Logan Koteles[18]; 3. 25-Garrett O'Patchen[1]; 4. 64-Tom Anton[3]; 5. 14-Marc Corio[8]; 6. 48-Joe Brown Jr[12]; 7. 74-Joe Brown Sr[7]; 8. 40B-Leroy Brown[13]; 9. 88-Kyle Janas[10]; 10. 18-Rich Cooper[9]; 11. 05-Natasha Davis[11]; 12. 221K-Karlee Kovacs[4]; 13. 2K-Jonathan Koteles[6]; 14. 47-Haley Glass[17]; 15. 65K-Gary Koteles[16]; 16. (DNS) 15-Matthew Benard; 17. (DNS) 94R-Perry Rummell; 18. (DNS) 27-Rich Ours

Heat 1: 1. 25R-Stephen Shelpman[1]; 2. 74-Joe Brown Sr[2]; 3. 221K-Karlee Kovacs[3]; 4. 2K-Jonathan Koteles[4]; 5. 18-Rich Cooper[9]; 6. 05-Natasha Davis[6]; 7. (DNS) 64K-Logan Koteles; 8. (DNS) 94R-Perry Rummell; 9. (DNS) 27-Rich Ours

Heat 2: 1. 14-Marc Corio[1]; 2. 25-Garrett O'Patchen[3]; 3. 15-Matthew Benard[4]; 4. 64-Tom Anton[8]; 5. 88-Kyle Janas[7]; 6. 48-Joe Brown Jr[5]; 7. 40B-Leroy Brown[6]; 8. 47-Haley Glass[9]; 9. 65K-Gary Koteles[2]

8 entries
OPEN FOUR CYLINDERS
A Feature 1: 1. 38D-JACOB CHIPPS[4]; 2. 19G-John Gill[5]; 3. 40C-Joe Campbell[1]; 4. 4-Ray Seibert[6]; 5. 83-Ben Gariglio[7]; 6. 16-Ray Tichnor[8]; 7. 69-Tyler Hollister[3]; 8. 44-CAMERON HOLLISTER[2]

Heat 1: 1. 38D-JACOB CHIPPS[1]; 2. 40C-Joe Campbell[3]; 3. 44-CAMERON HOLLISTER[2]; 4. 69-Tyler Hollister[6]; 5. 19G-John Gill[8]; 6. 4-Ray Seibert[4]; 7. 83-Ben Gariglio[7]; 8. 16-Ray Tichnor[5]

5 entries
YOUNG GUNS
A Feature 1: 1. 124-Hunter Vohn[1]; 2. 18-Anthony Uddstrom[4]; 3. 91-Gavin Kokolis[3]; 4. 78Z-Zoey Knight[2]

Heat 1: 1. 18-Anthony Uddstrom[4]; 2. 124-Hunter Vohn[1]; 3. 91-Gavin Kokolis[5]; 4. 78Z-Zoey Knight[3]; 5. (DNS) 29M-Cheyenne Hollister


Article Credit: Steve Skarupa

Article Media

Back to News






The Cushion









Our Partners

2020 Landscaping
Fuel Required
All Ways Safe
Bazell Race Fuels
Chevrolet Performance
Coca Cola
Crawford Auto Repair
Hoosier Tire
Moon Township Automotive
Mosites Motorsports
Octane Customs
Pittsburgh Brewing Co
Precise Racing Products
Racing Junk
Ready To Go Trailers
Rohrich Parts Center
Ryno Classifieds
Sunoco
Zufall
Altieri
Big Daddys Donuts
DD Auto Salvage
Isalys
Kehm Oil
Millerstown Pick A Part
Pittsburgh Truck Center
Real Nutz
The Auto House
Tri State Truck Series
Garvin Scrap Metals
Summit
Berks
OEC Rentals
Pack N Ship
Sunbelt Rentals

Contact Us