HAGERSTOWN, Md. — Barry Miller won the late model sportsman main event Saturday night at Hagerstown Speedway.
Jakob Piper led early, but Miller came on strong during the second half of the race and cruised to victory.
“Man, track position was everything for me tonight,” Miller said. “Lapped traffic really helped me tonight and that was the difference. It’s really special to win this race to say the least.”
Jeremy Tinsman won a thriller in pure stocks after passing Cody Kershner in the last corner. Kershner charged to the front early after starting fifth but could not hold off Tinsman in the end.
“I didn’t think our car was good in the beginning,” Tinsman said. “I started going to the top groove and that made our car a lot faster. I have never done a slide job in my life, and tonight it paid off.”
Trevor Larrick won a wild hobby stock feature. Ray Love Jr. took the checkered flag in the crate late model event.