Fred Rahmer won Sunday evening's Spring Classic for sprint cars at Susquehanna Speedway Park.

Rahmer's 32nd career Susquehanna victory was worth $3,500.

Rahmer started from the pole, but fell to second as third-place starter, Mark Smith, took the early lead.

It took until the 20th of 25 laps for Rahmer to get past Smith and into the lead.

Rahmer went on to score the victory over 11th-place starter, Donnie Kreitz Jr. Brent Marks finished third with Hanover's Logan Schuchart and Smith in the top five.

Rounding out the top 10 were: Ryan Smith, Alan Krimes, Lance Dewease, Blane Heimbach and Tony Stewart.

In the 20-lap 358 sprint car feature, Ryan Wilson led from start to finish.

Kevin Nouse finished second with Hanover's Cris Eash in third. Rodney Westhafer and Tyler Ross completed the top five.

Rounding out the top 10 were: Eric Tomecek, Dover's Ted Thomas Jr., Niki Young, Dale Hammaker and J.B. Cunningham.

In Saturday night action at Susquehanna, Manchester's Chase Billet won the limited late model feature, Logan Wagner was the 305 sprint winner, Mike Walls was the street stock winner and Donnie Broderick won the xtreme stock feature.


KRIMES PREVAILS AT LINCOLN: Alan Krimes raced to his first victory of the season in Saturday's 25-lap sprint car feature at Lincoln. Krimes collected $3,200 for his 11th career Lincoln sprint win.


Krimes charged from his seventh starting spot to take the lead from polesitter Robbie Kendall on the sixth lap of the feature. From there he held a comfortable lead to the finish. Second-place finisher J.J. Grasso did make on challenge on a restart, but had to settle for the second slot, with Jim Siegel making a late charge for third. Fred Rahmer, who started 11th, and Kendall completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Danny Dietrich, Hanover's Logan Schuchart, Spring Grove's Tim Glatfelter, Billy Dietrich and York's Adam Wilt.

Dave Socks won the 25-lap super sportsman feature with a late race pass of Steve Wilbur. Wilbur led the first 21 laps, while Socks led the last four. Frankie Herr made a late charge to wrest second from Wilbur at the end. Wilbur was third followed by Wellsville's Scott Geesey and Lewisberry's Scott Dellinger in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Steve Fannasy, Carmen Perigo Jr., Jay Fannasy, Bobby Hockenberry and Eric Walker.

Grant Adams won the thrilling limited late model feature. While Adams started from the pole position and led all but one lap, it was not an easy victory. Brad Shank edged Adams at the line to lead lap 10, and then Dover's Gene Knaub came into the picture. Knaub pulled alongside Adams numerous times during the second half of the race, but never got the lead. The finish saw Adams the winner over Knaub, Steve Clabaugh, Shank and Sam Gallagher.

ESH EARNS WIN AT PORT ROYAL: Doug Esh raced to his first win of the season in Saturday's 25-lap sprint car feature at Port Royal. Esh's win was his third career Port Royal triumph, and was worth $3,000.

Esh took over the lead on the 13th lap when leader Steve Buckwalter suffered engine woes, and then had to fend off Dylan Cisney for the win. Mike Wagner finished third, with Chad Layton and Lance Dewease in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Davey Sammons, Mike Erdley, Joey Hershey, Blane Heimbach and Cliff Brian.

Jeff Miller won his first late model feature topping Tim Wilson, Sam Schaeffer, Matt Parks and Steve Campbell. Tim Krape was the prostock winner.

CANNON TOPS FIELD AT SELINSGROVE: Fairview Township's Pat Cannon scored his first win of the season in Saturday's 358 sprint feature at Selinsgrove. Cannon collected $1,500 for his victory.

Cannon started eighth and took the lead on the seventh of 25 laps. T.J. Stutts finished second with Derek Locke third. Jason Shultz and Cody Keller completed the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Phil Walter, Eric Tomecek, York's Josh Beard, Ryan Kissinger and early leader Duane Mausteller.

Jerry Bard got his first Selinsgrove late model win, fending off defending track champion Jeff Rine. Jim Bernheisel, Tony Adams and Matt Cochran completed the top five. Nathan Long won the prostock feature, and Brian Johnson was the roadrunner winner.

ANDERSON SHINES AT HAGERSTOWN: Andy Anderson won the late model sportsman feature at Hagerstown on Saturday. Justin Weaver finished second followed by Andy Fries, Mike Walls and Frankie Plessinger.

Steve Kent was the pure stock winner, Dustin Proctor won the hobby stock event and Ryan Laye was the mini stock winner.

YORK'S HAAS NOTCHES WIN AT WILLIAMS GROVE: York's Cory Haas scored his first win of the season Friday at Williams Grove. Haas' fourth career Williams Grove sprint car win was worth $3,740.

Haas started fourth and passed polesitter Gerard McIntyre Jr. on the 12th of 25 non-stop laps. He went on to score the win over point leader and 12th place starter Fred Rahmer. McIntyre finished third, with Brian Montieth and York's Adam Wilt in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Brent Marks, Ryan Smith, Fairview Township's Pat Cannon, Hanover's Logan Schuchart and Lance Dewease.

Manchester's Austin Hogue had planned to race at Trailway on Friday, but when that track was rained out, Hogue ventured to Williams Grove and scored his first career Williams Grove 358 sprint win. Hogue, who won the opener for the 358s at Trailway a week earlier, was challengeing Austin Reed for the lead when Reed crashed on the 11th of 20 laps. Hogue went on to win over Mark Smith, with Kevin Nouse, Tyler Ross and Ryan Wilson in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were Dale Hammaker, Hanover's Jacob Allen, Eric Tomecek, T.J. Stutts and Matt Mountz.

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