SELINSGROVE, Pa. – Andy Haus held off the challenges of Brett Schadel to become the seventh different winner in as many races this season at Selinsgrove Speedway in Saturday night’s 25-lap super late model main event.
The $3,000 victory was the fifth of Haus’ career at the track.
After starting second, Haus beat out polesitter Schadel for the lead at the drop of the green flag in the super late model main event. The race quickly turned into a high-speed chase through slower traffic as Schadel kept Haus in his sights for most of the event. Fourth-place starter Gene Knaub and eighth-place starter Jeff Rine were also in close pursuit.
On the 19th lap, the caution flag unfurled for Rine whose car developed mechanical issues. In the final laps, Schadel had closed in within .34 of a second of the leader. On a lap 20 restart, seventh-place starter Bryan Bernheisel rocketed into third as his father sixth-place starter Jim Bernheisel followed him into fourth.
At the finish, Haus scored the win by 1.8 seconds over Schadel, B. Bernheisel, J. Bernheisel, and Knaub.
Andrew Yoder pulled off the “hat trick” by winning his third straight 20-lap limited late model race at the track this season.
In the first return of the pro stock division to the track since 2019, Brandon Moser came out the winner of the 28-lap C.W. Smith Memorial.
The 15-lap mid-Atlantic modified race was won by Michael Altobelli Jr.
Tommy Dawson started on the pole for the pro stock race and powered into the early lead. On the second lap, a seven-car pileup in turn three stopped the race. All drivers escaped injury.
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