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Frankie Herr Picks Up 3rd Super Sportsman Victory of 2020 at BAPS Motor Speedway


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Frankie Herr Picks Up 3rd Super Sportsman Victory of 2020 at BAPS Motor Speedway

YORK HAVEN, Pa.: It’s roughly a month away from the Gary Wolford Super Sportsman 100, and Frankie Herr has it circled on his calendar.

It’s a race that is close to Herr’s heart. He’s won it more than any other driver in history, and even though there is a lot of racing to be done before the middle of September, Herr is getting things in order.

That means gaining speed and confidence. And it looks like Herr has it after capturing his third BAPS Super Sportsman main event of the season Saturday on Kid’s Night at BAPS Motor Speedway.

“It takes more and more to get excited, especially after some things that have happened in the past, but we always put those behind us and go racing next week and run as hard as we can,” Herr said.

“My team never stops digging, and Bill Devine never stops digging. It’s been ups and downs, and that’s how racing goes. I’m just happy to be sitting out front.

“It would be like the first one,” said Herr of the Super Sportsman 100 on Sept. 12. “It’s a lot of fun to win that race. It pays well, and it really makes it feel like you accomplished something when you pull that one off. I think we are going to be ready for it.”

Getting to Victory Lane was going to be a tough chore for Herr in this one. Scott Dellinger started on the pole and jumped out to the early lead.

Dellinger set a pretty good pace. Meanwhile, Herr, who started eighth on the grid, was methodically making his way to the front.

Herr did get the benefit of two cautions, the first on Lap 16 and second on Lap 18. That helped get the Carlisle, Pa., driver in the hunt, and once he disposed of Jay Fannasy, he knew he had a shot at the win.

“That last restart, I learned something,” Herr said. “I drove by Jay with ease, and I had to get back in a rhythm and get back where I was. I had a good bite there, and I knew when I got back to second, [Scott] was hanging way too bad, and I was going to drive past him.

“Our car got better as the race went on. Like I said, my race team, they are the best. I wish Kenny [Edkin] would’ve been up there racing us. I love racing him. He’s a hell of a racer, and he makes you sit up in the seat and get it done.”

Herr got past Matt Ondek for second on the last restart and stalked Dellinger, finally taking the lead on the 23rd circuit. As for Edkin, who elected to start 24th in an attempt to win an extra $1,000, he never got close to Herr.

At the stripe, it was Herr by 1.67 seconds. Dellinger, Matt Ondek, Chase Gutshall, and Edkin completed the top five.

Tommy Slanker took the lead from Ben Whitaker and captured an entertaining 20-lap Creekside Auto Sales 358 Late Model event.

Bobby Beard jumped out front and led the first eight laps before stopping during a caution period. That handed the lead to Whitaker, who started the main event on the pole.

Whitaker’s spot at the front was short-lived. Slanker, who started fifth on the grid, got around Beard and didn’t look back over the race distance.

Troy Miller charged from 16th to second in the main event. Whitaker, Joe Lusk, and Charles Potts completed the top five.

In Frankie’s Used Auto Parts/Mike’s Towing Street Stock action, Greg Diehl took the win from his ninth-place starting spot.

Kyle Sizemore jumped out front and led the first six circuits. Jasen Geesaman took over the top spot and led five laps before Diehl took over for good on Lap 12.
Diehl led the rest of the way and took the win. Brian Walls, Geesaman, Sizemore, and Stan Wanner completed the top five.

Billy Workman Jr. claimed the Gene Latta Ford Central PA Legends presented by Baker Door Company main event.

The beginning of the 20-lap feature was marred by a horrific flip by Eric McClane. He climbed from the car and was OK.

When the race went back to green, Brian Racine jumped out front. Zac Smith took over on Lap 2 and led through Lap 7. Workman, who started 12th, made his way to the front and took over on the eighth circuit.

Smith settled for second, with Seth Kearchner, Aaron Updegraff, and Joe Ryan Osborne completing the top five.

The Superior Homes Extreme Stock feature was won by Patrick McClane. He topped Sam Rial, Hunter Fulton, Justin Yohn, and Travis Horan for the victory.


Feature (25 Laps): 1. 70D-Frankie Herr[8]; 2. 30-Scott Dellinger[1]; 3. 2M-Matt Ondek[3]; 4. 1A-Chase Gutshall[4]; 5. 75-Kenny Edkin[24]; 6. 7-Timmie Barrick[5]; 7. 360-Jay Fannasy[2]; 8. 8M-Chris Meleason[18]; 9. 35-John Edkin[22]; 10. 3B-Mike Enders[14]; 11. 383-Steve Fannasy[21]; 12. 318-Todd Leonard[11]; 13. 00-Troy Rhome[13]; 14. 5D-Luke Deatrick[19]; 15. 10H-Dave Hollar[16]; 16. 19R-Eric Rutz[15]; 17. 22-Daniel John[12]; 18. 16R-Ryan Rutz[17]; 19. 38-Allan Hallman[10]; 20. 21R-Jamie Rickert[23]; 21. 25-Bobby Hockenberry[9]; 22. 77-Russ Mitten[6]; 23. 8-Rich Eichelberger[7]; 24. 71K-Tyler Wolford[20].

Lap Leaders: Scott Dellinger (1-22), Frankie Herr (23-25)


Feature (20 Laps): 1. 40-Tommy Slanker[5]; 2. 115-Troy Miller[16]; 3. 13X-Ben Whitaker[1]; 4. N20-Joe Lusk[14]; 5. 5-Charles Potts[3]; 6. 116-Travis Mease[18]; 7. NINE-Alan Sagi[10]; 8. 24-Daulton Bigler[12]; 9. 88C-Kyle Lear[24]; 10. X4-Lou Egrie[20]; 11. 18-Derrick Mease[13]; 12. FOUR-Eddie Richards[22]; 13. 112-Brandon Little[23]; 14. 115S-Shaun Miller[6]; 15. 7-Kenny Yoder[9]; 16. 41-Jake Moser[19]; 17. 25-Jedadiah Latshaw[4]; 18. (DNF) 21-Joey Hoffer[7]; 19. (DNF) 12-Bobby Beard[2]; 20. (DNF) B12-Cameron Benyou[11]; 21. (DNF) 22-Chase Billet[15]; 22. (DNF) 72-Wayne Pfeil[8]; 23. (DNF) 62-Devin Frey[17]; 24. (DNF) 99W-Garrett Walls[21].

Lap Leaders: Bobby Beard (1-8), Ben Whitaker (9-13), Tommy Slanker (14-20)

Late Model Heat 1 Finish (8 Laps/Top 5 Transfer to A-Main): 1. 25-Jedadiah Latshaw[3]; 2. 40-Tommy Slanker[2]; 3. 72-Wayne Pfeil[6]; 4. 18-Derrick Mease[4]; 5. 62-Devin Frey[8]; 6. 6-Terry Gingrich[1]; 7. 1-Daniel Garrett[7]; 8. (DNF) 51-Cody Lear[5].

Late Model Heat 2 Finish (8 Laps/Top 5 Transfer to A-Main): 1. 5-Charles Potts[4]; 2. 115S-Shaun Miller[2]; 3. 7-Kenny Yoder[3]; 4. N20-Joe Lusk[1]; 5. 116-Travis Mease[7]; 6. 99W-Garrett Walls[8]; 7. 711-Jennifer Hartz[5]; 8. (DNF) 88C-Kyle Lear[6].

Late Model Heat 3 Finish (8 Laps/Top 5 Transfer to A-Main): 1. 12-Bobby Beard[1]; 2. 24-Daulton Bigler[4]; 3. NINE-Alan Sagi[8]; 4. 22-Chase Billet[3]; 5. 41-Jake Moser[6]; 6. FOUR-Eddie Richards[5]; 7. (DNF) NINEX-Ross Leinbach[2]; 8. (DNS) 9-Matt Adams.

Late Model Heat 4 Finish (8 Laps/Top 5 Transfer to A-Main): 1. 13X-Ben Whitaker[2]; 2. 21-Joey Hoffer[3]; 3. B12-Cameron Benyou[6]; 4. 115-Troy Miller[7]; 5. X4-Lou Egrie[4]; 6. 11-Austin Warrenfeltz[1]; 7. 112-Brandon Little[5]; 8. (DNS) 48-Kyle Nicholas.

Late Model Consolation (10 Laps/Top 4 Transfer to A-Main): 1. 99W-Garrett Walls[2]; 2. FOUR-Eddie Richards[3]; 3. 112-Brandon Little[7]; 4. 88C-Kyle Lear[10]; 5. 11-Austin Warrenfeltz[4]; 6. 711-Jennifer Hartz[6]; 7. 6-Terry Gingrich[1]; 8. 48-Kyle Nicholas[11]; 9. (DNF) 51-Cody Lear[9]; 10. (DNF) 1-Daniel Garrett[5]; 11. (DNS) NINEX-Ross Leinbach; 12. (DNS) 9-Matt Adams.


Feature (20 Laps): 1. 64JR-Billy Workman Jr[12]; 2. 78-Zac Smith[3]; 3. 31-Seth Kearchner[13]; 4. 77A-Aaron Updegraff[5]; 5. 24-Joe Osborne[19]; 6. 1-Nikita Johnson[29]; 7. 43-Ronald Little Jr[9]; 8. 19-Travis Perry[20]; 9. 18J-Jorjie Sweger[24]; 10. 41-Chuck Dell Jr[4]; 11. 90-Scott Spidle[14]; 12. 55X-Richie Dobson[16]; 13. 17-Cory Phillips[21]; 14. 27-Logan Carbaugh[6]; 15. 19L-Jonathan Robinson[23]; 16. 74-Brian Racine[8]; 17. 56-Zach Baxter[22]; 18. 0-Michael McClane[18]; 19. 99-Tyler Garretson[30]; 20. 71-Ron Dick[25]; 21. 8BALL-Robert Shaw[26]; 22. 7R-Rob Rudisill Jr[31]; 23. (DNF) 94D-Alex Schmiedel[17]; 24. (DNF) 51-Travis McClelland[11]; 25. (DNF) 18-Chris Transeau[15]; 26. (DNF) 25-Eric Hurst[32]; 27. (DNF) 19R-Roy Denike[27]; 28. (DNF) 70-Mike Racine[2]; 29. (DNF) 11R-Scott Musselman[1]; 30. (DNF) 33-Tanner Byers[28]; 31. (DNF) 000-eric McClane[7]; 32. (DNF) 53-Bill Diehl[10].

Lap Leaders: Mike Racine (1), Zac Smith (2-7), Billy Workman Jr. (8-20)


Feature (20 Laps): 1. 80D-Greg Diehl[9]; 2. 2W-Brian Walls[20]; 3. 81-Jasen Geesaman[18]; 4. 214-Kyle Sizemore[5]; 5. 64W-Stan Wanner[7]; 6. 7P-Jim Palm[16]; 7. 27-Doug Hoffman[10]; 8. 14-Kyle Saylor[17]; 9. 64-Brandon Wanner[12]; 10. 5-Niklas Stoudt[13]; 11. 76-Mason Strait[22]; 12. 543-Eric Tripp[21]; 13. (DNF) 14D-Justin Dashler[19]; 14. (DNF) 8-Sam Leonard Jr[3]; 15. (DNF) 5X-Bill Wentz[8]; 16. (DNF) 5W-Bud Witmer[6]; 17. (DNF) 1W-Michelle Walls[15]; 18. (DNF) 25M-Marc Berzowski[1]; 19. (DNF) 47-Bob Scott Jr[11]; 20. (DNF) 37-Jimmy Combs[14]; 21. (DNF) 21W-Will Walls[2]; 22. (DNS) 15-Brian Boughter.

Lap Leaders: Kyle Sizemore (1-6), Jasen Geesaman (7-11), Greg Diehl (12-20)


Feature (20 Laps): 1. 16-Patrick McClane[4]; 2. 99-Sam Rial[11]; 3. 7F-Hunter Fulton[12]; 4. 88-Justin Yohn[2]; 5. 21H-Travis Horan[10]; 6. 7JR-Johnny Palm[8]; 7. 52-Austin Hogue[16]; 8. 357-Ronnie Buck[9]; 9. 25-Andrew Hogue[17]; 10. 97-Donnie Broderick[3]; 11. 1A-Scott Arnold[6]; 12. 41-Howard Williams[13]; 13. 54-Chase Rehbein[1]; 14. LAZY8-John Wright[15]; 15. 95-Dan Snyder[7]; 16. (DNS) 98-Richard Daughtrey; 17. (DQ) 7-Bill Powell[5].

Lap Leaders: Donnie Broderick (1), Justin Yohn (2-4), Patrick McClane (5-20)

Article Credit: BAPS Motor Speedway

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