Lake, VanMeter, Bechtel, Carnell, and Iser Take home the victories at The Greater Cumberland Raceway

In the Nelson Auto Sales Super Late Models it was Uniontown Pennsylvania’s Michael Lake taking home the checkers. It was Lake’s first appearance of the 2018 season and first win at The Greater Cumberland Raceway. Lake blasted by race long leader Matt Sponaugle with two laps to go and never looked back. Sponaugle would end up second with DJ Troutman in third. Reese Masiello and Wayne Johnson completed the top five.

It was Billy VanMeter picking up his first win of the year in the LaSalle Racing Engines 602 Crate Mod feature event. VanMeter driving the VanMeter Motorsports familiar #17 dominated to take home the win. Andrew Swope finished second followed by Jimmy Iser in third. Scott Daniels and Cameron Campbell rounded out the top five.

Nick Bechtel picked up yet another win in the Global Truck Outfitters Pure Stock feature on Saturday night at The Greater Cumberland Raceway. Bechtel driving his Curry Dynamics powered machine just drove away for the win. Dakota Foor came home second with Jason Haggerty in third. Brad Nesline and Kevin VanHorn completed the top five.

In the Sponaugle Towing 4-Cylinder make up feature it was TJ Carnell taking home his first win of the 2018 season. Carnell survived some late race challenges, but held on for the victory. Dale Sines was second with Travis Heavner in third. Derek Iser and Brian Riggleman rounded out the top five.

The regular Sponaugle Towing 4-Cylinder feature event it was Devon Iser taking home checkers. Iser behind the wheel of his Iser Towing machine held off all challenges to take home the win. Lucas McKenzie would come home second followed by Travis Heavner in third. Brian Riggleman and Shelton Lucas completed the top five.

The Greater Cumberland Raceway takes a week off and returns to racing Friday July 20th for the 1st annual Ray Welsh Memorial Fair race in conjunction with the Allegany County Fair. Full details can be found on the fair’s Facebook page.