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Saturday’s Money Trail stopped by rain; season champions crowned

Despite three hours of hard work on the track that lasted into Saturday evening, the season finale of the Sunoco Race Fuels Money Trails E.T. Series was stopped in the middle of the first round of eliminations.

Because one round wasn’t completed for all classes (with the exception of Jr. Dragsters), the points coming into the day turned out to be the final standings.

The following racers have clinched points championships and will be recognized at the Money Trail Banquet scheduled for February 2014:

  • Goldrush Trailers Super: Lanny Werley
  • Ciccarone Racing Products Pro: Brock Moshier
  • P.C. Richard & Son Street: Paul Werner
  • Ray’s Yamaha Top Bike: Cory Stuebner
  • Jr. Dragsters: Vincent Branca.

Money Trail finale, King of the Track, Jr. Dragster Challenge this weekend

The Sunoco Race Fuels Money Trail, which features the best of regional drag racing, will conclude its 2013 season Saturday with the season finale at Maple Grove Raceway.

There will also be a special feature at the end of the race to crown the new King of the Track. On Sunday, the future of drag racing will be in the spotlight with the Junior Dragster Challenge. More >

Long weekend winds down

Don Mattson wins in Super.

It was a long weekend of racing at Maple Grove Raceway, and when it was over, over a dozen drivers were able to make their way to PPC Lubricants Victory Lane.

The Grove held its annual Super Circuit Shootout, which was moved from its original May weekend by rain, combined with the Sunoco Race Fuels Money Trail. Along with the bracket classes, there were races each day in Super Comp, Super Gas, Super Street and Stock-Super Stock. More >

Dissinger gets late night victory

Dave Dissinger wins Pro.

Everyone at Maple Grove Raceway on Saturday worked the late shift. Racing wasn’t completed until curfew was looming, but Sunoco Race Fuels Money Trail 15 was finished with a few minutes to spare.

For the most part.

Winners were crowned in six of seven eliminators. The only one that didn’t send a victor to PPC Lubricants Victory Lane was Goldrush Trailers Super, which was stopped after three rounds due to track conditions after the air temperature dropped. More >

Grudge Racing, Money Trail this weekend

Local racers will be back on the spotlight this weekend at Maple Grove Raceway as the Sunoco Race Fuels Money Trail E.T. Series returns with another doubleheader Saturday and Sunday.

This weekend’s schedule starts on Friday with the popular Auto Locator Grudge Racing. Gates open at 4 p.m. with racing from 5 to 10. Admission is $25 for towed entries, $20 for drive-up entries, $10 for spectators while children 12-and-under are free with paid adult.

On Saturday, Maple Grove’s local racers will return for the 15th edition of the Sunoco Race Fuels Money Trail.

The East Coast Stock/Super Stock Association will be on hand for both days to run the final two races of the ATI Stock/Super Stock Shootout.

NHRA Lucas Oil Series racers will be on hand Saturday and Sunday for the Super Circuit Shootout. Classes running over the weekend also include the Mid Atlantic Super Gas and Mid Atlantic Super Comp series, along with newly formed Mid Atlantic Super Street series.

Gates will open Saturday at 9 a.m. with time trials at 10 a.m. and eliminations to follow two time shots. Sunday’s gates open at 8 a.m. with time trials at 9 and eliminations to follow after two time shots. Spectators are $15 with children 12-and-under free with a paid adult.

Joe Stuebner gets to Victory Lane

Joe Stuebner gets his first victory of the season.

Over the years, PPC Lubricants Victory was a familiar place for Joe Stuebner.

The motorcycle rider from Hamburg, Pa., has also won a handful of season titles in the Ray’s Yamaha Top Bike class on the Sunoco Race Fuels Money Trail E.T. Series.

In 2013, he’s made his share of appearances, cheering the four Top Bike victories by Cory Stuebner, his son and competitor.

In Sunday’s Money Trail race, it was finally Joe’s turn for some glory. More >