Saturday’s round of the Money Trail was also run under hot and sticky conditions. However, the talk of the pits was the $200 bounty MGR vice president/general manager Lex Dudas placed on Ciccarone Racing Products Pro E.T. points leader Brock Moshier.
Moshier (Lititz, Pa.) has been winning race after race and is running away with the points lead. To shake things up a bit, Dudas offered the reward to anyone who eliminated Moshier and his ’71 Vega in eliminations.
Kyle Harrell (Lansdale, Pa.) got the money in the semifinals when Moshier fouled at the start. It was a good day for Moshier, who had two opponents get red lights against him and then beat seasoned drivers Erin Thimm (Mohnton, Pa.) and Andy Anderson (York, Pa.).
However, Harrell couldn’t continue his good fortune in the final. Dan Smith (Morgantown, Pa.) won the afternoon in his ’89 Beretta when Harrell fouled. More >
(A) Effective 12 Noon, July 6 and beyond: No underage drivers of pit vehicles, such as golf carts, pit bikes, 4-wheelers etc. If an underage driver is found operating a vehicle the race entry will be disqualified from the day’s event, no refunds will be offered and the team will be asked to leave the facility. All operators of pit vehicles must be 16 years of age or older.
(B) All pit vehicles must obtain a 2013 Auxiliary Pit Sticker that must be adhered to the vehicle. Deadline will be August 1 to obtain the proper insurance and pit sticker. To obtain the sticker owners must show proof of liability insurance or purchase a policy for $40 plus the $10 fee for the sticker. The insurance is offered through NHRA and carries a max coverage of $300,000.00. You must insure the unit in order to operate the vehicle in the pits. This program is to protect you as well as the NHRA Northeast Division tracks you race at. One of the top insurance problems for a number of years has been accidents and injuries while operating these vehicles.
(C) Effective immediately, we will lock the permanent rest rooms at the conclusion of the day’s racing activities and will be reopened when we open the gates for the next day’s racing activities. We’ve had incidents this year where the rest rooms were damaged overnight and we will not tolerate it any longer. We do have portable units around the pit area for overnight use.
There’s no doubt that Brock Moshier and his 1971 Vega have had an excellent 2013 season at Maple Grove Raceway.
He’s won three times this season in Ciccarone Racing Products Pro E.T. Class on the Sunoco Race Fuels Money Trail. He leads the season points race with 428 with second-place Marty Flegal at 363.
MGR vice president/general manager Lex Dudas is offering a $200 bounty to the driver who eliminates Moshier during Saturday’s Money Trail Pro E.T. eliminations.
Gates open on Saturday at 9 a.m. with time trials at 10 and eliminations to follow.
Maple Grove Raceway will be celebrating Independence Day weekend with a slate of racing featuring local competitors.
The weekend kicks off Friday night with Auto Locator Grudge Racing. Those wanting to see what their car can do on a racetrack are welcome to enter Maple Grove’s gates after 4 p.m. Racing begins promptly at 5. Admission is $20 for street driven cars and $25 for entries on a trailer. Spectators are $10 with children 12 and under free.
The 10th Sunoco Race Fuels Money Trail race of the season gets underway Saturday with gates opening at 9 a.m. and time trials at 10. Eliminations will begin immediately after the second time run.
Sunday will be a busy day as the Money Trail will be racing alongside the Boninfante B1 Index Series and the Mid Atlantic Nostalgia Drag Racing Association.
Gates open at 8 a.m. with time trials at 9. Eliminations will follow two time shots.
Spectators for Money Trail events are $15; teens ages 13-15 are $10; and children 12 and under are free.