The wintry storm that hit the area on Saturday wiped out most of the local racing slate this weekend.

Selinsgrove did manage to get in Friday's event for the Race of Champions 358 modifieds, but the rest of the weekend racing was lost.

Friday at Selinsgrove, Duane Howard won the 25-lap race for the 358 modifieds. Howard took the lead on the 16th lap and went on to the $2,500 win. Ryan Godown finished second, with Larry Wight, Billy Decker and Bobby Varin in the top five.

Brian Johnson won the roadrunner feature.

Saturday's big-block modified program was one of many that fell victim to the weather, and has not been rescheduled.

Other Saturday shows that were washed out included Lincoln and Port Royal. Sunday's rescheduled Brawl in the Fall at Hagerstown has been rescheduled again, and is now set for this Sunday.

The World of Outlaws sprint cars were racing in Tulare, Calif., over the weekend, and they did get their shows in the books, with some local drivers faring well.

On Friday evening, California ace Tim Kaeding scored the win over Red Lion's Cody Darrah. The win was Kaeding's second this season with the Outlaws. Jac Haudenschild, David Gravel and Daryn Pittman rounded out the top 10. Lucas Wolfe finished sixth.

On Saturday evening, Craig Dollansky was the race winner over Jonathan Allard, with Pittman, Wolfe and Paul McMahan in the top five. Darrah finished 14th.