Tommy Hinnershitz ,in the Gerber #14, won the AAA sanctioned 40 lap Champ Car Race over Joie Chitwood, Bill Holland, Walt Brown, Buster Warke, Dan Goss and Henry Rogers on the 1/2 Mile Dirt Oval Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, PA.
Danny Ongais... Born ... A former racecar driver from the United States. Born in Kahului, Maui Island, Hawaii, he is the only native Hawaiian to compete at the Indianapolis 500. A motorcycle, sports car, Formula One, and drag racing competitor, in 1963 and 1964 Ongais won the American Hot Rod Association AA Gas Dragster Championship and in 1965 he added the National Hot Rod Association AA Dragster championship title. A flamboyant figure on the racing circuit, Danny's nickname was "On-Gas" for his 'balls to the wall' driving style. He was also known as the "Flyin'-Hawaiian". He ran in 11 Indy 500's with a best finish of 4th in 1979. In 1981 he had a horrible accident in Indy 500, which almost cost his life. Several arm and leg breaks as well as internal injuries were the result. In 1996 at the age of 54, Ongais agreed to be the substitute driver for Scott Brayton in the Indy 500 who had died in a practice crash shortly before the race. Starting last, Danny finished 7th in what was his final 500.
David Gravel won the 40-lap World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series race at the Attica Raceway Park, Attica, OH. Donny Schatz was second followed by Brent Marks, Carson Macedo and Brad Sweet. Click to watch the feature highlights video.
Tyler Courtney won the FloRacing All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 Sprint Car Series race at the Circle City Raceway Indianapolis, IN, Rico Abreu was second followed by Hunter Schuerenberg, Scotty Thiel and Zeb Wise. Click to watch the feature highlights video.
Michael “Buddy” Kofoid won the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget race at the Charleston Speedway, Charleston, IL. Daison Pursley finished second followed by Bryant Wiedeman, Joe B. Miller and Emerson Axsom.
Mark Smith won the URC Sprint Car feature over Jason Shultz, Tyler Ross, Ryan Kissinger and Josh Weller at the Big Diamond Speedway, Minersville, PA. Click to watch the feature highlights video.
Lance Dewease won his unprecedented 100th career oval sprint car victory at the Williams Grove Speedway , Mechanicsburg, PA, Danny Dietrich was second followed by Jeff Halligan, Alan Krimes and Devon Borden.