Clinton County Rain Out

After kicking off our 2018 racing season on April 20th the sprint cars of Laurel Highlands have been shut down two weeks in a row due to nature’s elements, at least last night everyone got to the race track. A big thank you goes out to Steve and Denise Campbell for trying to get the show in and the track looked fantastic. After the drivers meeting a few sprint cars were able to fire up and put heat in the engines before the rain came and sadly it was enough to saturate the track and halt any attempt at racing. A huge thank you goes out to the 14 sprint teams who made it to Clinton County, they are and in no particular order, 11x Bob Garvey, Jr., 33 Scott Lutz, 37 Hunter McCracken, 19 Tylor Cochran, 67 Ken Duke, 5 John Walp 3G Jeff Weaver all of whom were to be in Heat #1, 78s Dakota Schweikart, 0 Kyle Ganoe, R6 Reed Thompson, 72 Dave Guss, Jr., 00s Randy Sterling, 54m Ryan Lynn, 78 Dale Schweikart who were in Heat #2. The third time is the charm so hopefully Friday May 11th will allow favorable conditions to go racing as the Laurel Highlands Sprint Car Series returns to the Clinton County Motor Speedway