HAGERSTOWN, Md. – Dominance was the name of the game Saturday night at Hagerstown Speedway as several competitors were in complete control of their respective divisions.
Cody Kershner took the checkered flag in the Pure Stock division after starting third. Halfway through the race Kershner was able to get to second and pass for the lead two laps later. He would go on to score his second victory of the season.
“We should have won four five races by now,” Kershner said. “We have overcome a lot of adversity over the last few weeks. It feels good to be back here.”
Brian Booze finished second and Jason Stoner finished third.
Kyle Hardy took the checkered flag in the crate late model division. He led every lap of the 20-lap feature. Chuck Bowie got close a few times, but couldn’t keep up with Hardy.
“This is just a family effort and I really enjoy racing here,” Hardy said. “I’ve been fortunate to race a lot here and it has helped me become better over the years.”
Chuck Bowie finished second and Steve Lowery finished third.
Kyle Lear also led every lap in route to a dominant win in the late model sportsman division. Lear started on the front row and from the beginning was out front.
“I’ve been working on this car for the last three days nonstop,” Lear said. “Now we are here in victory lane and it feels really good.”
Taylor Farlling finished second and Donnie Farlling finished third.
The last race of the night featuring the Hobby Stocks was great from start to finish. The race ended in a photo finish, with Trevor Larrick crossing the finish line first by approximately a foot to secure his second win of the season.
“I’m thankful that everyone raced me clean,” Larrick said. “It has been a great season for us.”
Brady Daniels finished second and Scot Sipes finished third.