Westminster's Stull takes consolation

Motor sports notebook

October 25, 1992|By Neil Lippy | Neil Lippy,Contributing Writer

With most of the speedways closed for the season, action was light last weekend.

Westminster's Corky Stull won the Consolation Round for Thundercars at Lincoln Speedway after placing 12th in the feature race and seventh in his heat.

Stull was also fourth in the Thunder 8-cylinder stock car feature at Trail-Way Speedway last Sunday.

Randy Zechman of Westminster was second in his heat race for the Semi-Lates at Lincoln and was 16th in the feature race.

Jesse Wentz of Manchester was eighth in the heat race for Sprint cars at Lincoln.

At 75-80 Dragway, Charlie Spielman of Taneytown was a semifinalist in his Torino for the Class I competition. Chris Hruska of Mount Airy was a semifinalist in the Class II in his Mustang.

Quarterfinalists in Class I were Buddy Wilson of Westminster in his Camaro and Jim Fleming of Union Bridge in his Trans Am.

Mike Hoff of Westminster was a quarterfinalist in his Mustang in Class II. Todd Tyler (Sykesville), Roger Jorss (Sykesville),

Rick Siegler (Mount Airy) and Greg Etzler (Mount Airy) all made the round of 16.

Racing schedule

* Hagerstown Speedway, Hagerstown: The 18th annual Hub City National 150 and Race of Champions plus the fifth annual Swap Meet and Flea Market are next weekend.

Gates open at 11 a.m., with racing at 1 p.m. Call (301) 583-0640.

* Lincoln Speedway, Hanover, Pa.: On Saturday, Sprints, Semi-Lates and Thundercars will compete. It also is "Fright Night" with costume judging and other related activities.

The 1992 season concludes with the annual Turkey Shoot Out on Nov. 14.

Gates open at 4 p.m., with racing starting at 6 p.m. Call (717) 624-2755.

* Mason-Dixon Dragway, Hagerstown: Today concludes a weekend of NHRA Championship drag racing. The Super ETs, Heavy, Motorcycle and Trophy Classes will compete. Gates open at 10:30 a.m.

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