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  1. 4:15pm at Meadville – Crawford County Fair. PULL IS CANCELLED. Both the Afternoon and the Evening sessions are “Rained Out”. 2.3 inches of rain in one hour!!! Source
  2. Winners from the Jefferson County Fair in Smithfield, Ohio on Friday night included local favorite and current USA-EAST Zeigler Diesel Open 2.5 Diesel 4×4 point leader Brandon DeFrank. Allen Heasley the current point in the Hubner Seeds Classic Super Stock Tractor division took a narrow win with the “Tin Man”. A first time winner in the Hot Rod V-8 divison was John Roy with his Minny Mo “Never Satisfied” powered by GM and the ‘hot truck’ in the Super Street GAS 4×4 class “Ungertaker’ with Ronnie Under driving took his fourth win in the last three weeks. Brock took these photos (some from fi
  3. The Super Street GAS 4×4 Trucks were in action again on Thursday night in Sykesville where the “Ungertaker” and Ray Unger the Chevrolet from Connellsville, PA grabbed the top spot. Just 1.4 feet back was Carl Barnhart from Needmore in Fulton County with his Ford named “Mid-Life Crisis”. And third went to Ehan Robbins from Bloomingdale, Ohio with his Ford named “Outta Control”. The current point leader “Back In Black” was 4th for Mike Lockwood which really tightened the point race going into next week-ends two season ending hooks – one at Smithfield, Ohio on Friday and the other at Meadville
  4. The USA-EAST sanctioned 4500lb. Modified 4×4 Trucks opened the Sykesville event on Thursday with a very closely fought division for the 360 cubic inch small blocks. The top truck was Brian Shilling and his 2000 Dodge named “All Shook Up” as two feet covered the top three. “Playin’ Games” for Paul Stillman took the runner-up with the 1998 Dodge and current point leader “Never Enough” was third for Stoney Crissman with the Colorado Chevy. Photos by Brock. Source
  5. Sykesville Fair hosted the Triple Crown Series for Diesel 4×4 Trucks on Thursday night with a great field of trucks on hand and a super crowd in the stands. The winner was Kody Kardosh from Linesville, PA with his great running Ford named “Financial Corruption”. The second place truck was the GMC driven by Spencer Smeal from Clearfield County while third went to Pittsburgh’s Greg Scheller with a smooth running Dodge. Photos by Brock Johnson. Source
  6. The Triple Crown GAS 4×4 class at Sykesville went to Dustin Griffith from Marion Center, PA with the “Vortec Maximus” Chevrolet. Runner-up was the Ford named “Casper” for Kevin Nemeth from Conneaut Lake, Pennsylvania and third was taken by the local area guy Gary Ellenberger from Punxsutawney with his 1982 Chevrolet. Brock took these. Source
  7. Remember the HUGE trophies that they give to the class winners at the Warren County Fair??? They are back on Friday night for the annual USA-EAST event in Pittsfield, PA. Last year’s champs – “Rutt N’ Buck” Shane McFarland and Loren Miller with “Rowdy Ram”. Source
  8. 4:00pm at the Sykesville Fair. Rain fell here earlier and made for a wet pit area. It is nice and sunny here now. The track is sealed and the equipment to build the track is on hand . We have made plans for additional parking outside of the normal pit area. Unless we get more showers the pull is still set to begin at 7:00pm. 4500lb. Modified Trucks are first to hook followed by TC Diesel and then Super Street GAS. Hot Farm is 4th and TC GAS will end the program. Source
  9. The Light Limited Super Stock Tractors from the WNY Pro Series will join USA-EAST on Friday night at the Warren County Fair for the first time. This high-powered group that permits both diesel and alky tractors runs at 6500lbs. and put on a great show at Raceway 7 in Conneaut, Ohio a couple of weeks ago. We welcome the LLSS tractors to Pittsfield, PA on this Friday night. Pull starts at 8:00pm preceded by the annual ‘Puller Party” in the pits at 6:00pm. File Photos by Brock. Source
  10. The USA-EAST Open 2.5 Diesel 4×4 class finished the pull at Lisbon on Saturday night with current point leader Branden DeFrank from Richmond, Ohio taking yet another win in the Zeigler Diesel Performance sponsored division. DeFrank’s GMC seems to have it figured out in 2019 as second went to last season’s point champion “The Punisher” and Bill Daufen from Ellwood City, Pennsylvania who is not running a full schedule this season. Third at Columbiana and currently 2nd in the points was the “Rowdy Ram” and Chris Baer from Jackson Center, Pennsylvania. This 2.5 Diesel class goes to Pittsfield,
  11. Lester Bates from Hadley, PA took his first win of 2019 in RWYB on Saturday night at the Fayette County Fair near Dunbar, PA. Bates’ “Completely Nuts” 2012 Ford with 738 cubic inch Ford Hemi power is returning to RWYB after a one year rebuild and is running very strong in the division. The runner-up was Jerry Berghoff from West Alexander, PA with his full blown Chevy called “Attitude Adjuster Reloaded”. Third went to Crystal Zedreck from Chicora, PA with her “Thunderbolt” super charged Chevrolet as she was just a fraction ahead of last night’s winner, Calvin Miller and “Runnin’ in the Red”
  12. The USA-EAST RWYB class is hurt by breakage at the mid-point of the season with only eight trucks pulling at Summit County on Friday night despite the $1000 to win purse offered at this event. Calvin Miller from Guys Mills, PA took his first win of 2019 with “Runnin’ in the Red” a Dodge with Scheid Diesel power. Second went to the class sponsor Warren Diesel Injection and their “Shark Bait” Ford 6.0 driven by Jesse Warren and third was taken by the strong running 3.0 diesel machine of Carrollton’s Hunter Snyder with Cummins power iN a sleek restored sixties model Chevrole named ‘300’ and Cha
  13. The USA-EAST Open 2.5 Diesel 4×4 division sponsored by Zeigler Diesel of Canton opened the show at Summit County on Friday night with another win put down by Brandon DeFrank and his Duramax powered GMC sponsored by DeFrank Auto Body of Richmond, Ohio. DeFrank remains at the top of the class as the second place truck in the class finished 2nd at Summit. Chris Baer from Jackson Center, PA can not pick up ground with his Dodge named “Rowdy Ram”. Third went to the “Rusty Hooker” and Aaron Kopta from Sandy Lake, PA. Photos by Brock Johnson in Tallmadge, Ohio. Source
  14. The USA-EAST Open 2.5 Diesel Trucks sponsored by Zeigler Diesel of Canton, Ohio will return to action tomorrow night at the Summit County Fair in Tallmadge, Ohio. This is a very competitive class of 2.5 4×4 trucks that is open to the world. There is no one day insurance or one day membership required to hook at Summit. Keep in mind the 24″ hitch height for this class and 8000lbs. File Photos of the current top two in 2.5 by Brock. Keep in mind that “Rowdy Ram” formerly owned by Loren Miller is now owned by Chris Baer. Source
  15. Congrats to Russ Hildenbrand and his “Loose Cannon” John Deere on their win at the NTPA regional event at the Clark County Fair in Springfield, Ohio over the past week-end. Russ is a former USA-EAST “Smoker Series” champion from Ruffsdale, Pennsylvania. Hildenbrand is signed up with USA-EAST for the 2019 “Smoker Series” that begins at the Columbiana County Fair in Lisbon, Ohio on Friday, August 2. File Photos by Brock. Source
  16. Street Semis will be run in two groups again at Summit County Fair on Friday night. Drivers will have to designate whether they want in the street semi class or the enhanced street class when they register. The pull starts at 7:30pm in Tallmadge with the Dan Nearpass sled in use. Order of pull: Open 2.5 Diesel 4×4 Trucks – Street Semis – ‘Run What Ya Brung” Trucks – Enhanced ‘Hot’ Semis. Pit gate opens at 4:00pm and registration at 5:00pm. File photos by Brock. Source
  17. Some bad news for Big Rig competitor Rusty Bagley from Salisbury, Vermont. He reports that after further inspection of the C-15 engine after the pull at Raceway 7 on Saturday night a hole in the block was uncovered. This will end the 2019 season for the “Twisted Kitty” Kenworth. Rusty has been a regular with the Big Rigs Series for the past two seasons and his truck will be missed on the circuit. Plans are to rebuild for the 2020 season and return to the series. Source
  18. The Big Rigs SIX PAC last night at Raceway 7 had some great competition on the track. Justin Fredo from Salem, Ohio came out on top with the Cat-powered “Cat Scratch Fever” from the Fred Sanders pulling team in Ravenna, Ohio. Second went to the local favorite “Moody Blue” from nearby Jefferson, Ohio with Jeff Lautenan driving the Pete. Third was Vinnie Giulitto from Ravenna driving for crew chief Wayne Huffman for the Giulitto Trucking Team. The new truck is called “Full Spool” – a Mack with C-15 power. Photos by Brock. Source
  19. USA-EAST entertained the WNY Pro Pullers on Saturday evening at Raceway 7 as the Light Limited Super Stock Tractors came to pull for the first time. Nine of the LLSS machines were on hand for a very nice class of tractors. The winner was Jason Homan from western New York with his alcohol fueled Ford 7910. The runner up from Langford, New York was Faron Reding with a smooth running Farmall 806. And the “Power Hound” Farmall 1206 for Terrence Kopp from Warsaw, New York took third place. This class will join us once again at the Warren County Fair in Pittsfield, PA on Friday, August 9. Photo

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