Crook captured Crate Sportsman title

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By Michael Knight

The 2011 Lancaster Motor Speedway Crate Sportsman Division points title  went to the young Dillon Crook.

Crook comes from a legendary racing family at Lancaster Motor Speedway. Crook’s grandfather Buddy Crook raced numerous years at Lancaster Motor Speedway, and Crook’s father, Bryan Crook, is a legend in the 4-cylinder division, picking up numerous wins during his racing career.

Dillon Crook moved to the Crate Sportsman Division last season after racing just one year in the Young Guns V8 Division.

It took Crook two races  to capture his first career win in the Crate Sportsman Division. That night Crook beat one of the best in the dirt track racing business, holding off  Timbo Mangum.

Crook picked up two more win on the 2011 racing season. Crook’s two biggest fans sit in the stands right behind the flagstand, his grandmother Brenda Crook and his grandfather, Buddy Crook. They attend every Saturday night, cheering on their grandson.

 Lancaster Motor Speedway officials salute Crook on his 2011 Crate Sportsman Division points championship.