LAUBACH SAILS TO BACK TO BACK BRIDGEPORT VICTORIES
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Saturday, May 2, 2015 – CAMERA & AUTOGRAPH NIGHT – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, Outlaw Stocks & Rookies plus TSRS 305 Sprints, starting time 6:00pm
Sunday, May 3, 2015 – POKER SERIES #1 – 270 & Wingless 600 Micros, Four Cylinders, Slingshots & Stage-1 Modifieds, starting time 5:30pm
Friday, May 8, 2015 – 270 & 600 cc Micros, 8 Cylinder Enduros and the first appearance of the ARDC Midgets on the quarter mile in 2015, starting at 8pm
Saturday, May 9, 2015 – Mother’s Day Flower Give Away – Big Block Modifieds, Crate/Sportsman, Outlaw Stocks & Rookies plus Garden State Vintage Club starting at 6pm
LAUBACH SAILS TO BACK TO BACK BRIDGEPORT VICTORIES
Pat Wall, Brian Ludwig & Steven Kemery Pick Up First Wins of the Season
Hellertown, PA driver, Rick Laubach, ended the 2014 season with three consecutive wins at the Bridgeport Speedway. He picked up a Big Block Modified victory with his small block modified. He came back a few weeks later and drove the same car to a win in the Small Block Modifed race during the Wild Card Weekend. The next day, he picked up the win in the final race of the season in the Big Block Modified feature event.
If that was Laubach’s way to put his fellow competitors on notice that he is certainly delivering on that promise!
Just one week after picking up the big win in the South Jersey Shootout, Laubach returned to Bridgeport for the first Saturday night race of the season and the first race of the 2015 Championship season and again delivered a flawless performance in picking up his second Bridgeport win of the 2015 season in the Spirit Dodge Big Block Modified feature.
Both of Laubach’s wins came in feature events where the starting line-up was determined by luck of the draw and Laubach acknowledged his advantage. “I’ve been lucky to take advantage of these starts up front,” Laubach stated. Now that the points season has begun, Laubach will have to come from deep in the pack as a result of the track’s handicapping system, beginning this week. However, Laubach has been able to use both the high and low grooves of the track which was evident as he made his way through lapped traffic on Saturday. That’s what he will need to do as he makes his way to the front in the weeks to come.
For the second week in a row, 2013 Bridgeport Champion, Ryan Watt put on a show, coming from mid-pack to second by running the high, outside around the 5/8th mile track. Watt again reached second on Saturday but faded in the final laps. Dominick Buffalino raced his way up to second in the final circuits to cross the line behind Laubach at the checkered flag. Watt’s right rear tire went completely as the field raced to the finish, allowing a hard charging Richie Pratt, Jr. to get by for third. Watt was able to finish fourth on the right rear rim with Sam Martz besting Jack Swain for the fifth place finish.
After several weeks of being close, Pat Wall was able to secure his first win of the season in the Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman feature event. John Micek was the early race leader before Jim Britt took over on lap four. Britt led until just past the half way mark when Wall used the outside line to take the lead. Wall led the distance to the checkered followed by Britt, CJ Jones, Steve Searock and Kris Lilick.
The Penco Tech Outlaw Stock feature event came right down to the wire as Brian Ludwig slid by race lead, Tom Wills Sr. on the final lap to pick up his first win of the season. Wills, Sr. held on to finish second ahead of three time winner, Jeramy Doerr but was later disqualified. That made Doerr the second place driver, followed by Tom Wills, Jr., Rick Broshchard and Jeff Dirkes rounding out the top five.
Steven Kemery made it look easy as he drove from last to first to capture his first win in the D.A.’s Auto Body & Repair Rookie feature event. Kemery was trailed by Roger Gaskill, Bryan Olsen and Andy Lambert at the checkered flag.
Spirit Dodge Big Block Modified Feature (25 laps)
- Rick Laubach 2. Dominick Buffalino 3. Richie Pratt, Jr. 4. Ryan Watt 5. Sam Martz 6. Jack Swain 7. Wade Hendrickson 8. David Hunt 9. Eric Kormann 10. Jesse Hill 11. Tommy Beamer 12. Howard O’Neal 13. Kyle Hieber 14. Ron Roberts 15. Bob Sarkisian 16. Dave Shirk 17. Mike Franz 18. Jimmy Horton 19. Travis Hill 20. Scott Ambruster 21. Andrew Belmont 22. Jamie Mills
Stewart Stainless Crate/Sportsman Feature (20 laps)
- Pat Wall 2. Jim Britt 3. CJ Jones 4. Steve Searock 5. Kris Lilick 6. Bob Lilick 7. Jeremy Harington 8. Steve Kemery 9. Dave Damiano 10. Matthew Peck 11. Gary Hieber 12. Kevin Belmont 13. Nick Nicotra 14. Melissa Scarpati 15. Brett Kelly 16. Daivd Crossman 17. Jeff Sargent 18. Steve Desmelyk 19. Harry Landis 20. Roger Gaskill 21. Scott Hulmes 22. Justin Lilick 23. John Micek 24. Bob Scott
Penco Tech Outlaw Stock Feature (15 laps)
- Brian Ludwig 2. Jeramy Doerr 3. Tom Wills, Jr. 4. Ron Brochard 5. Jeff Dirkes 6. Doug DeBray 7. Ken Moren 8. AJ Gonal 9. Ed Bishcoff 10. Joe Meron 11. Mike Vanimen 12. James Rader 13. Jimmy Avery 14. Tom Wills, Sr.
D.A.’s Auto Body & Repair Rookie Feature (8 laps)
- Steven Kemery 2. Roger Gaskill 3. Bryan Olsen 4. Andy Lambert
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