Sarver, PA (September 12, 2019) Get ready to hear the roar and feel the thunder as the stars of the area Pro Stock scene will be on hand at The Action Track on Saturday night as the annual Autumn-Motive Fest/Pro Stock Pandemonium Event takes center stage. The Homak Penn-Ohio Pro Stock Championship Series will be making their annual visit on Saturday night and there will be a lot at stake as the points battle is red hot with just three races remaining.
The top four drivers find themselves separated by just 30 points heading into Saturday night as Hunter Exley, Jason Fosnaught, Chris McGuire and Jackson Humanic all find themselves deep within the title chase. Lurking just behind them in the standings is Curtis Bish who is coming off a $10,000 win in the Steel Valley Pro Stock Nationals at Sharon Speedway. It will be a full program for the Penn-Ohio Pro Stocks as the open motor cars will be going head to head with the Millerstown Pic-A-Part DIRTcar/RUSH Pro Stocks who take part weekly at The Action Track as part of the Fab4 Friday Night Series. Six time Lernerville track champion Corey McPherson managed a win over the bigger motor cars in 2017 and will look to be in the hunt for the lucrative feature win as will 2019 champion Tyler Dietz as well as three time feature winner in 2019, Joey Zambotti.
The DIRTcar/RUSH Pro Stocks can elect to run with the Penn-Ohio Stocks on Saturday night, but also have their own full program with and enhanced purse and $1,300 to win on the line. There will also be a Senior Stock Series race, Non-Winners Race and “King of the Ville” which will feature a one on one, bracket style tournament of races until a winner is determined.
There’s more than Stocks at The Action Track on Saturday night though as the Allegheny Sprint Tour 305 RaceSaver Sprint Cars do battle once again at Lernerville in their stretch run for the title. Thus far, Kyle Colwell, Greg Dobrosky and Will Fleming have all garnered wins in 305 Sprint action this season. Colwell currently leads Jake Gomola, Dobrosky and Chase Metheney whom are all separated by 18 points in a back and forth battle for the title.
On Saturday night, pits will open at 4 PM, grandstands at 5 PM and racing will commence at 7:30 PM. Adult general admission is $15, $12 for seniors, $10 for students ages 11-17 and children 10 and under are free.