Mason Glass jumped to the front of the Novice feature event. The most recent Novice winner Caiden Smith began to pressure Glass near halfway before working his was into the lead on lap ten. Smith led the rest of the main event to take the win over Glass, Daron Reppert, Dakota Rote, and Jasper Rustad.
Gavin Wolfe was sixth followed by Riley Shaffer and Jayden Stelter.
Heat races went to Caiden Smith and Daron Reppert.
Karter Kunsman bolted to the top spot in the 160 feature and led the first six laps before his car spun and Chance Thomas took the top spot. Thomas led until two to go after a great battle with runner up Chase Schott. Schott locked down the top spot in the closing laps for the win. Thomas was second and Kunsman rebounded to third. Dylan Holmes and Alyssa Holmes rounded out the top five.
Kaydance Rote, Colton Williams, and Michael Zehring rounded out the field.
Schott and Zehring won 160 heat races.
Michael Zehring’s 160 race ended with a mishandling car that sent him pit side. He rebounded the best possible way in the Sr Honda feature. Zehring led every lap from the pole starting position on his way to his first Little Linda’s Speedway win. Aiden Lutz pressure Zehring the whole feature event, but settled for second. Karter Kunsman rounded out the top three.
Chase Schott was fourth and Billy Buckshot rounded out the top five.
Anthony Speece was sixth ahead of Kayla Glass, McKenzi Smith, and Brayden Natale.
Zehring and Lutz won head races for the Sr Honda.
Jase Smith went from fourth to first on the first lap of the Jr Honda feature. Smith led every lap of the main event even withstanding a late race challenge from seventh place started Kayla Glass. Glass finished second followed by Brayden Natale, Brianna Snyder, and McKenzi Smith.
Daron Reppert, Anthony Speece, Courtney Wolf, and Mason Glass rounded out the field.
Courtney Wolf and Daron Reppert won heat races.
Chase Schott led every lap of the 15 lap Junior Animal feature event ahead of Jase Smith, Anthony Speece, and Brianna Snyder.
Schott also won the heat race for the animal cars.
The next race at Little Linda’s Speedway is June 25. The World Formula will return to compete with the Red Plate Novice, Jr & Sr Honda and 160’s. The 160 make up feature from May 21 will start the program.
Registration will be $20 for the first car and $10 for a second car. A crew charge will be assessed at $15 a trailer. There is no membership cost or hidden fee’s.
Little Linda’s Speedway is located on the inside of the quarter mile race track at Linda’s Speedway. Little Linda’s Speedway is in northern Lebanon at 200 Silvertown Road Jonestown, Pa 17038.
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