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FAST TIME TO WINNER, JACKSON TAKES ERNIE D’S FALL BASH $8,000
Weaver, Corbin, Proctor, Newell and Williamson pick up other wins
HAGERSTOWN, MD: On Friday, Keith Jackson took his Late Model around Hagerstown Speedway/Dirt Capitol in 18.760 seconds followed by J.T. Spence’s time of 18.840 to lock them onto the front row of the two night 1st Annual Ernie D’s Fall Bash.
On Saturday, when the green waved putting the 40-Lap $8,000 feature into motion, Jackson, from Odenton, MD, was up on the wheel from the get go and led every lap from the pole to edge Rick Eckert by 2.329 seconds in lapped traffic. It was Jackson’s second win of the season. Read more »
DIRT CAPITOL QUALIFYING COMPLETED FOR ERNIE D’S FALL BASH AT HAGERSTOWN
HAGERSTOWN, MD: Qualifying for the 1st Annual Ernie D’s Fall Bash was primarily completed Friday evening at Hagerstown Speedway/Dirt Capitol. Saturday’s program consists of a Late Model B-main needed to complete that field along with qualifications and features for the Four Cylinders and Rookie Cars with features for Late Models, Late Model Sportsman, Pure Stocks and Hobby Stocks.
The Fall Bash events begin with Pit Gates opening at 3 p.m., Grandstands at 3 p.m. and Hot Laps at 5 p.m. Read more »
Attention 4 cylinder and Rookie Car drivers
Attention all Drivers attending the Ernie D’s Fall Bash
ERNIE’S FALL BASH TUNE UP GOES TO COVERT
PALMER, CORBIN, RUTHERFORD, THOMAS AND LADY DRIVERS KAISER AND GROVES ALSO POST TRIUMPHS
HAGERSTOWN, MD: Starting sixth in Hagerstown Speedway/Dirt Capitol’s Late Model tune up for next week’s final season program, the Ernie’s D’s Fall Bash, Jason Covert posted his second win and ninth overall triumph of the season. Covert grabbed the lead from Glenn Elliott on lap 15 and later held off Jason Miller by .900 seconds.
“The plans are to come back next week for the $8,000 and hopefully we’ll be standing here too but it’s a different night and we might be on the truck,” Covert said. “There’s a lot of good cars around here and when you win at Hagerstown, you’ve accomplished something.” Read more »