2017 Modified Payout



Evergreen Raceway is a 1/3 mile asphalt oval located in the beautiful mountains of northeast Pennsylvania. The speedway hosts exciting stock car racing every weekend from April to November, making it one of NEPA's premier entertainment attractions.

Evergreen Raceway
Mill Mountain Road
St Johns, PA 18247
(570) 956-6347

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Harry O’Neill Doubles Down Pollack Claims Second Outlaw Feature
By Ted Grow
St. Johns, PA (10/1/2017)- Mike Pollack has been on a roll as of late claiming 3 wins in the last month, his second outlaw stock victory came on a brisk Sunday afternoon, dominating the Outlaw Stocks fifteen lap main event. Pollack started from the pole and immediately checked out from the field, along side Blaine Barry in his number 67. Most of the action came just after the halfway break as Mark Spencer made a daring inside move, around Barry, and then moving past car owner Robert Fink on lap number 6. As Pollack continued his torrid pace Barry had begun to make moves coming from 4th to 3rd around Fink through turns three and four, on lap 8. Barry then reeled in Spencer and on lap number 11 got underneath Spencer for second, Barry was later penalized 2 spots after the finish, for passing below the white line.
Harry O’Neill has won multiple features across 4 divisions this season, and Sunday afternoon was no different, O’Neill who was the previous enduro winner had to start dead last in 40th place and by lap 25 had taken the lead away from Drew Atchison who started on the pole. Paul Mercante darted to the lead after lap 1 and lead until lap number 8 when Atchison was able to get by Mercante for the lead, which he held until lap 25 when O’Neill made quick work of the leader. The first of 7 red flags waved on lap number 33 when rookie Blair Snyder spun in turn number four, with no contact Snyder was able to continue. Right front studs and wheels were at a premium as the next 4 red flags were all for cars losing the right front and eating the guardrail on multiple ends of  the speedway, Jason Boeklen, and early Paul Mercante were all victims, all drivers were ok. Ray Fitzgerald joined that party on lap number 68.
O’Neill would cruise to his 2nd straight enduro victory over teammate Ed Wildes, the only 2 cars on the lead lap, Devin Gibson finished 3rd followed by Luke Hoffner who was later disqualified after post race tech, leaving Jake Jones 4th moving Kyle Laubaugh 5th.
Jason Duvall started from the pole in the 6/8 cylinder main event with O’Neill and TJ Kapish sharing the front row, immediately O’Neill grabbed the lead on lap number 1 followed by Kapish, and Duvall. O’Neill held the lead until lap number 10 when good friend Kapish was able to work around O’Neill through some slower lapped traffic which would also play a part later in the event. Sixteen laps later with O’Neill all over the back bumper of Kapish fighting through lapped traffic, Kapish got hooked in the left rear which allowed O’Neill to drive by and cruise to his second victory of the day making it a clean sweep. Two red flags slowed the event the first on lap 5 with Geno Snyder and Ray Kochin, on the backstretch, which later turned into some unhappy customers as the door slammed each other all the way until turn number 4 where Snyder had stopped and brought out the red. Snyder was unable to continue and Kochin ended up 14th. 
Daniel Sharpe on lap 41 lost a right front tire and creamed the guardrail in turn number 4 and was unable to continue.
The 2017 racing season is winding down and Evergreen’s biggest race weekend of the year is approaching. The second annual “King of the Green” weekend will kick off at the 1/3-mile asphalt oval near Hazleton, PA on Friday, October 20 with open practice for all divisions. The evening practice time is slated to run from 2 PM to 7 PM and the pit admission is set at $20. One hour of Friday’s practice (from 6 PM to 7 PM will be for Tour Type and Evergreen Modifieds only). Grandstand admission for practice is free for all ages.
Saturday, October 21 will feature a 50-lap $1,500 to win main event for the Evergreen/Sport Modifieds. The Late Models, Four Cylinders and Strictly Stocks are also on the card for an exciting day of action. The pit gates will swing open at 8 AM and practice will kick off at 10:00 AM. Heat races will start at 12 PM. The grandstands will open at 10:00 AM.
Grandstand admission is $20 for Saturday and $25 for Sunday. Fans can purchase a special two day event grandstand pass for $40. As always, children 12 years of age and younger will be admitted into the grandstand area for free. 
The Modifieds will compete for the $4,000 prize on Sunday, October 22, plus the Street Stocks and Factory Stocks will also be in action for extended lap main events. The pit gates will swing open at 10 AM and practice will kick off at 12:30 PM. Qualifying will start at 2 PM. The grandstands will open at 12:30 PM.
Pit admission for Saturday or Sunday is $50.
All purses are based on a full field of 20 cars taking the green flag in the feature. If less than 20 cars take the green, the purse will be prorated. 
All entrants will draw for heat race starting positions on race day. Twenty cars will start feature events, and if needed, consi races will be run.
Drivers can take advantage of savings by pre-registering for the event. The pre-registration form is on the speedway website (www.evergreenracewaypark.com). In order to receive the discounted registration, it must be postmarked no later than October 7, 2017. If received afterward, the full registration fee must be paid. 
In case of inadequate weather, the speedway has set the following weekend (November 3rd, 4th & 5th) to use as a make-up date.
Evergreen Raceway is located minutes from Hazleton, PA, in between routes 93 and 309. For more information regarding Evergreen Raceway, including the entire season schedule, directions and divisional payouts, please visit www.evergreenracewaypark.com and don’t forget to like their Facebook page as well.  
Evergreen Raceway is proud to be associated with Fairway Motors, Harry’s U Pull It, Penn’s Peak Radio, Sponenberg’s Exhaust, Wheel’s Bar & Grill, CK Auto Service & Race Fab, Himmer Graphics, Evan’s Roadhouse, Bob’s Subs & Pizza, American Rental Equipment, Barbush Automotive, Valve Tech Sales, Penn’s Peak, Printers Edge & RockAuto.com.
Four Cylinder Enduro (100-laps)
1 126 Harry O'Neill 2 117 Ed Wildes 3 96 Devin Gibson  4 7 Jake Jones 5 69 Kyle Laubaugh 6 14K Kevin Brown  7 42 Brain Halecki 8 3 Mitch Patern  9 069 Ray Kennedy 10 50 Don Rogers 11 29 Chris Elixon 1238 David Sponenberg 13 00 Evan Gregory 14 7 Andrew Farnham 15 44 Shane Bly 16 14 Broc Brown  17 34 Tony Rispin  18 11k Kevin Kruezek  19 068 Matt Hauck 20 25 Drew Atchison 21 64 Randy Parsons22  22 Blair Snyder 23 438 Paul Mercante 2482 Jim Chernavage 25 38 Zach Fitzgerald 26 13 Mitch Sharpe 7 13 Mike Mujsce Sr 28 50cc Andy Cook 29 10 Jason Boeklen 30 75 Jared Frye 31 11 Mark Schawalm  32 07 Zeb Farber 33 68 Hunter Iatalese 34 71 Dave Baker 35 06k Erick Knopp 36 11 Dave Imler Jr 37 20 Mark Hammer DQ Luke Hoffner
6/8-Cylinder Enduro (100-laps)  1. Harry O’Neill 2. TJ Kapish 3. Jimmy Ayre 4. Devin Gibson 5. Brian Halecki 6. Luke Hoffner 7. Justin Ferreri 8. Mitch Patern 9. Jason Duvall 10. Ray Kennedy 11. Mitch Sponendberg 12. Andrew Spece 13. Frank Katona 14. Ray Kochin 15. Chris Elixon 16. Nathan Henry 17. Mitch Sharpe 18. Dave Imler 19. Adam Kraus 20. Daniel Sharpe 21. Eric Germuth 22. Geno Snyder
Outlaw Stocks (15-laps) 1. Mike Pollack 2. Mark Hammer 3. Robert Fink 4. Blaine Barry


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