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Friday, August 15, 2014

BRYCE DAVIS HOLDS OFF MAX BLAIR AT MCKEAN TO WIN HIS 1ST SWEENEY RUSH LATE MODEL TOUR EVENT OF 2014

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BRYCE DAVIS HOLDS OFF MAX BLAIR AT MCKEAN TO WIN HIS 1ST SWEENEY RUSH LATE MODEL TOUR EVENT OF 2014; SEASON HIGH 38 CARS FOR MCKEAN COUNTY FAIR EVENT

By Mike Leone | August 14, 2014 

(East Smethport, PA)…The Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Dirt Late Model Touring Series made its first of three stops of 2014 at the McKean County Raceway on Thursday evening.  Race #10 of the year was part of the 109th annual McKean County Fair and drew a large crowd despite unseasonably cool and breezy conditions.  A rain shower just before 7 p.m. delayed the program nearly 30 minutes.  A season high 38 cars from all over Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, and Maryland were on hand. 

Bryce Davis led all 25 laps of the Sweeney Tour feature for his first win of the season, but it was far from easy as he had standout Max Blair and four-time Series winner Rick Singleton, who charged from the 12th and 13th starting spots respectively, breathing down his neck for over half of the event.  Ironically, it was the second straight year Davis has topped a 38-car field on the opening Sweeney Tour event at McKean.  The win was worth $1,200 as Davis became the sixth different winner of the season.
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1 comment :

Anonymous said...

Congrats to McKean County Raceway for another awesome night of racing. Hopefully it will continue this season and many more. It is sad that Bradford Speedway was run into the ground by someone who "thought" he was a race promoter. That track holds a lot of awesome memories from fans to racers. Unfortunately in life you get people who think they know it all and won't listen and now you can see the result of mismanagement at the now shuttered Bradford Speedway. Rather than work together to promote a racing series, Bradford was "going to put McKean out of business". There were a lot of dedicated people who worked hard to put on a weekly show at Bradford and it all ended with the total mismanagement of someone who was more interested in promoting himself than the raceway! Let's hear it race fans, now is the time to sound off about the tragedy of losing this local legend. Again, congrats to McKean and many more years of racing at a great facility.