ROOKIE 2: 1. Bradley Wagner 2. Hayden Shreffler 3. Landon Beachel 4. Lathan Good 5. Lane Snook 6. Lucas Harlan 7. Darrin Adair
JR. RESTRICTED: 1. Zane Snyder 2. Colby Walter 3. Chase Keister 4. Mason Jones 5. Isaac Elliott 6. Aden Fronk 7. Carter Hosler 8. David Graybill III 9. Nate Kochenderfer 10. Ethan Seigel
CLONE 375 (Points): 1. Jacob Rayson 2. Trevor Teats 3. Zack Snyder 4. Dustin Prettyleaf 5. JR. Romig 6. Wesley Potts 7. Owen Dimm 8. Paul Carter
CAGED SPORTSMAN: 1. Colson Fike 2. Timmy Bittner 3. Colby Walter 4. Steve Strawser
ANIMAL 340: 1. Matthew Burd 2. Charles Derr 3. Trevor Price 4. Colby Young
ANIMAL 375: 1. Brian Schutt 2. Shane Mull 3. Mike Poorman 4. Matthew Burd 5. Austin Englehart 6. Cindy Strawser 7. Miles Burd
ROOKIE 2 CAGED: 1. Bradley Wagner 2. Lane Snook 3. Charley Page 4. Lathan Good 5. Blaze Beachel
FLAT 350: 1. Cole Brown 2. Jonathan Elliott 3. Trevor Price 4. Randy Price 5. Nick Steffen
RUN WHAT YA BRUNG: 1. Mike Varner 2. Trevor Kerstetter 3. David Graybill Jr. 4. Doug Irvine
PREDATOR 375: 1. Mike Landvater 2. Cody Zimmerman 3. Wayne Ulrich 4. Russ Jennings 5. Brian Holmes 6. Adam Dimm 7. Lucretia Reed 8. Ben Kerstetter 9. Carl Miller 10. Barry Kerstetter 11. Corbin Leiby 12. Cindy Strawser 13. Thomas Reed
ADULT CAGED ANIMAL: 1. Robert Bahnsen 2. Kruz Kepner 3. Isaac Shawver
SUPER HEAVIES: 1. Austin Englehart
SUPER EXTRA HEAVIES: 1. Austin Englehart
WINGED OUTLAWS: 1. Bev Lauver 2. Jim Rupert
CLONE 375 SUMMER BLAST: 1. Cody Seiber 2. Trevor Kerstetter 3. Jacob Rayson 4. Dustin Prettyleaf 5. Wesley Potts 6. Trevor Teats 7. Steve Majestic 8. Kruz Kepner 9. Zack Snyder 10. JR. Romig 11. Paul Carter 12. Isaac Shawver 13. Quentin Graham 14. Sara Bowling 15. Trent Curtis 16. Brock Kerstetter 17. Owen Dimm 18. Pat Romig 19. Zach Rhodes 20. Zach Borgar 21. Joe Stiner
A few "On Track Rules" to know
DOUBLE FILE STARTS
Initial Starts will be double file. All rows WILL REMAIN side by side at a steady pace until the green flag drops. Drivers will get ONE WARNING for jumping or sandbagging. 2nd time driver will move back one row.
If the 3rd attempt fails, we will go single file.
If a caution occurs prior to the leader completing a lap, all karts will go back to original starting position.
If the leader crosses the finish line prior to caution, the lap is completed. ONLY THE LEADER needs to cross the line for a lap to be completed.Karts involved in the caution will go to the rear.
All restarts after 1 completed lap will be single file.
RESTARTS (Single File)
Any karts that have crossed the line prior to caution will be placed in the order they crossed. ALL karts that have not crossed the line prior to caution will be placed in order of previous lap. Karts involved in the caution will restart in the rear.
Karts MUST REMAIN nose to tail on single file starts. Pulling out of line prior to the green flag dropping will be considered jumping. When the green drops we’re racing! Any karts that jump the start will be penalized two spots at the next caution. If there is no cautions, driver will be penalized two spots in the finishing order.
*SPECIAL NOTE: If a kart is not keeping up with the field coming to the start, drivers can go around the slow kart. Then fall in behind the field.
3. The leader will set a slow steady pace to the drop of the green.
KARTS INVOLVED IN CAUTIONS
All karts involved in the caution will restart in the rear (in the order they were last scored). If a kart contacts another kart, they ARE involved in the caution.
*SPECIAL NOTE: If track officials determine a kart spun to avoid an incident, that kart will restart where last scored. DRIVERS AND CREW MEMBERS DO NOT DETERMINE IF A KART SPUN TO AVOID. WE DO!
2. If a caution is thrown for a safety issue on a kart, that kart will get their spot back if they can
Once a kart exits the track, it cannot rejoin the race.
If a kart stops while we are already under caution, they can rejoin where last scored if they can continue.
If a kart shuts off twice to delay a restart, that kart will start in the rear. If it delays a 3rd restart that kart will be disqualified. That driver will be scored at the back of the current field for points.
Lapped karts will restart in the rear of the field.
Our races are broadcast on FM 88.7 so throw a portable radio in your trailer for better listening.
Please make sure to double nut (with a lock nut) and/or cotter key your weights onto your karts. We also ask that you paint them white. This makes it easier to see them in the event that one would happen to fall off. Thank you.
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Penns Creek Raceway Park is a 1/5th mile clay tri-oval go kart racing facility located off Route 104 midway between Middleburg and Mifflinburg, Pa. Regular racing shows run every Saturday night.