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Lancaster Motor Speedway will be hosting seven divisions of dirt track racing Saturday night.
u In the NDRA GM Performance Late Models, “The Royal Flush,” Timbo Mangum notched the NDRA Road Show win and also the $2,000 payday.
Mangum, all smiles in victory lane, will be seeking to make it two in a row.
Ronnie Mosley, who has won two straight in regular racing events at LMS, will be seeking to make it three straight.
“The Gambler,” Brandy Baker will also look to add to his win total and points lead.
Steve Banal will be seeking to halt his drought in a return to victory lane.
“Downtown” Michael Brown will be seeking to return to victory again on the 2011 season and for the first time in the red No. 99 owned by Marty Stancill.
You can expect to see these drivers and many more competing for the win this week.
u In the Super Street Division, “The Gambler,” Brandy Baker has been dominating on the 2011 season.
Baker, who put on a classic run last Saturday with points leader Jody Bigham, will be seeking to add another win on the 2011 season.
Fan favorite Brent Hodges will also be seeking to add another win to his 2011 season as well.
Hodges, who collected his first career win earlier this season, will be a factor this Saturday night.
Bigham, the points leader, will be seeking to add to his points lead and also collect his first checkers on the 2011 season.
u In the fan favorite Crate Sportsman Division, points leader Dillon Crook collected another win on the 2011 season and padded his points lead.
Crook, in his first season of Crate Sportsman competition, will be seeking to make it two in a row this Saturday.
“The Whole Show,” Kenny Ramsey, second to Crook last Saturday, will be seeking to add to his 2011 win total.
Jacob “Smooth” Catoe, who notched his first career win earlier this year and reeled off two straight wins, will also be seeking to return to victory lane.
Dustin Sweatt, who posted his second win on the 2011 season a couple of weeks ago, will be seeking to beat some tough competition this Saturday and return to victory lane for a third time.
Hank Taylor, 13, who has came close time and time again in earning his first career win, will also be in the mix for the checkered flag.
Timbo Mangum will be seeking to end his long winless streak in the Crate Sportsman Division and return to victory lane in his new No. 5 ride. You can expect a competitive field for the race Saturday night.
u In the Pure Street Division, Jerry Sexton notched his first 2011 win last Saturday night.
Sexton put on a show along with Jesse Carson, Kevin Blackwell, Steve Hinson and Pebo Johnson.
All five of these drivers were within inches of each other. The quintet has each posted a checkers this season along with James Marion.
Points leader “Burn ’Em Down” Steve Hinson leads the charge with seven wins on the 2011 season.
He’s followed by Pebo Johnson with three checkers. Sexton is seeking to make it two in a row against some tough competition Saturday.
u In the Stock 4 Division, Chase Wilson earned his first win on the 2011 season last Saturday.
Wilson won the race after Wes Helms refused to tear down and Bill Stutler was found illegal.
Ray T. Adams leads the way on the 2011 season with five wins followed closely by “The Red Rocket,” Jeffrey McGuirt, with four wins. Helms follows Adams and McGuirt with two wins on the season.
u In the Vintage Division, Marty Spittle, in his purple Ford Mustang, returned to victory lane ahead of Chris Fincher last week.
Spittle dominated the race, leading flag to flag. He will be seeking to repeat the feat this Saturday and make it two in a row.
Fincher, who was running down Spittle as the laps ticked off, will be seeking to return to victory lane along with Kenneth Deese, Ben Helms and Steve Davis.
u In the Young Guns V8 Division, Brandan Blackmon returned his blue No. 28 to victory lane for the fourth time on the 2011 campaign.
Blackmon is also seeking to gain some ground on Andrew Baker in the points standings.
Baker leads all Young Gun drivers with seven wins on the year and will be seeking to return to victory lane and collect No. eight this week.
Josh Langley, who collected his third win on the 2011 season two weeks ago, will be on a mission to collect his fourth checkers on the 2011 season. The improving John Gordon and Brady Kirk will each be seeking to collect their first career wins Saturday night.
u Track gates open at 4 p.m. for the pits and 5 for the grandstands. Admission is $20 for the pits and $10 for the grandstands.
If you missed any of the racing action from last week, Jackie Sims will have DVDs for sale in the pits for $10. Johnny Sims will have victory lane pictures and on track racing pictures for sale as well.
For more information about Lancaster Motor Speedway, visit the track website, www.lancasterspeedway.net, or the track’s two Facebook pages.
To discuss track action, visit www.DirtRaceFans.com and make sure you register.
The track’s 24-hour information line is 285-1877.