Gordon, Pluta Jr, Iser, and Vanmeter pick up wins at The Greater Cumberland Raceway

Bob Gordon took the $2,000 to win Super Late Model feature leading every lap from his pole starting position. Gordon had early race pressure from the 7T of Dave Troutman and late in the race Tyler Horst ran Gordon down with a last lap effort bouncing off the infield tires only to come up short in the end. Horst came home second followed by DJ Troutman who also picked up the hard charger award earning an extra $50 from Zach’s Towing coming home third. Dave Troutman and Wayne Johnson rounded out the top five.

Jimmy Iser picked up the feature win in the Semi Late class holding off the challenges of Devon Weyandt and Brian Weyandt who finished second and third respectfully. RT Troutman and Greg Hainsey completed the top five.

In the E-Mod feature it was Bill Pluta Jr taking the checker flag after holding off a late race charge from Aylssa Rowe who would settle for a close second. Third place was Drake Troutman followed by Beau Aikey and James Sparks.

In the Pure Stock event it was Marcius Vanmeter taking the win after the race had to be ended early by the 11:00 pm curfew. Brandon Inglish was second followed by Brad Feight, Dalton Ritchie and David Green.

In the Penn Mar Vintage car club special event it was Gene Wrightstone taking the win over Glenn Pobletts. Stew Wenrich was third followed by John Marks and Al Vican.

The Greater Cumberland Raceway takes a week off then is right back in action on June 17th with a special show for the Pure Stocks paying $500 to win along with the Super Late Models, Semi Lates and 4-cylinders. Pit gates open at 3:00 pm with Grandstand gates opening at 4:00 pm. Pit admission is $25 and Grandstand admission is only $10.