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Chad Kemenah Wins Winged Sprint Car Race At PPMS

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IMPERIAL, PA (Pittsburgh Racing Now) – Chad Kemenah picked up the victory in Saturday night’s Falconi Moon Township Automotive 410 Winged Sprint feature at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway.

John Garvin started on the pole with Darrin Gallagher on the outside of row one.  Sye Lynch, Friday night’s feature winner at Lernerville, started third with Kemenah on the outside of row two.

Garvin jumped out to the lead after the green flag flew but it didn’t fly long as contact in turns one and two between Layton Wagner and Bob McMillian brought out the caution flag.  Neither driver was injured.

Garvin led the field back to green but encountered lap traffic on lap four allowing Kemenah to take the lead.  Kemanah would cruise after that, finishing 7.417-seconds ahead of Carl Bowser, who started fifth.

Lynch came home in third with Garvin in fourth and Jack Sodeman Jr. rounded out the top 5.

In the RUSH Late Model Dirt Series feature, Ben Policz started on the pole and led wire-to-wire to grab his second victory of the year at PPMS.  John Mollick, who started second, finished second.  The most impressive run of the night was by Logan Zarin.  Zarin started 10th and raced his way up the third position to round out the podium.

Danny Rich picked up his fourth Pro Stock feature victory after starting in the third position.  Ryan Moyer charged up from his sixth starting position to finish second.  AJ Poljack rounded out the podium after starting fourth.

In the Keystone Hobby Stocks feature, Tyler Fox picked up the victory after starting eighth. Stephen Shelpman finished second and Frank Magill rounded out the podium.

Andy Garlinger and Susie Rudolph took home victories in the Four cylinder and young guns divisions respectively, extending both of their winning streaks at PPMS.

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