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Six Divisions of Racing Tonight At Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway

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IMPERIAL, PA (Pittsburgh Racing Now) – Race cars and bikes will be taking center stage Saturday night at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway.

The RUSH Sprint Car Series will be joined by the Diehl Automotive RUSH Late Model Dirt Series, The PPMS Pro Stocks, the Keystone Coach Works Hobby Stocks, the Four Cylinders and the Young Guns highlight a full night of racing.

The RUSH Sprint Car Series will be racing at PPMS for the second week in-a-row, marking their fourth appearance at PPMS in 2019.

Gibsonia’s Zach Morrow comes into the race atop the track points standings with 292-points.  Morrow finished second last week at PPMS. Apollo’s Bryan Woodhall sits in second place, only 3-points behind Morrow.  John Mollick, last week’s winner at PPMS, is in third place eight points behind Morrow.

In the Diehl Automotive RUSH Late Models standings Ben Policz sits atop the points standings with 726-points.  Christian Schneider is in second place, 19-points behind Policz.  Justin Lamb, the two-time defending champion is in third place, 36-points out of the top spot.  Mollick is in fourth place 38-points out of the lead and Nico Dabecco rounds out the top 5.

Danny Rich holds down the top spot in the PPMS Pro Stocks division on the strength of two feature wins this season.  Mike Harris is right behind, 27-points behind Rich.  Harris has one feature win on the season.  Heath Close is in third place with AJ Poljak and Robert Betz rounding out the top 5.

In the Keystone Coach Works Hobby Stock division, two-time defending Champion Stephen Shelpman is in first place with 739-points.  Marcus Simmons sits in second place 17-points behind Shelpman.  Right behind Simmons is Casey Grumling in third place, 35-points out of first place.  Karlee Kovacs sits fourth and Ed Shelpman rounds out the top 5.

The Four Cylinders division finds a familiar name atop the standings, Andy Garlinger, the 2018 Champion. The “Dominator” has won every 2019 Four Cylinder feature.  The battle for second place finds Craig Rudolph holding a four-point lead over John Gill. Tanya Charlier sits in fourth place and Jason Romine rounds out the top 5.

Susie Rudolph is in first place in the Young Guns division.  Rudolph has five feature wins on the season.  Tony Magill is in second place, 16-points behind Rudolph.  Magill has two feature wins in 2019.  Kyle Janas is right behind, 2-points behind Magill and 18-points out of first place.  Cameron Lambert is back in fourth place and Cameron Hollister rounds out the top 5.

The race cars will be joined by kids of all ages racing their bicycles down the PPMS front stretch, provided they bring a helmet.

Gates open at 5 p.m. with hot laps beginning at 6 p.m. and the racing action starting at 7 p.m.

Reserved Seating is $20. Adult General Admission tickets are $15, $14 for Seniors ages 60 and over, $14 for Students ages 13-16, $5 for Youth ages 6-12, Children 6 and under get in for Free.  Drive-in viewing parking is $10 and Reserved Parking is $5. For more information visit, www.ppms.com.

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