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Monday, August 29, 2016

Cochrane, Lyon, Flanigan, Woch winners at Lancaster Speedway

Lancaster National Speedway hosted the Race of Champions Big 10 Super Stock Series in addition to its three weekly series on Saturday night, with former Lancaster Street Stock champ TJ Cochrane leading all 25 laps and picking up the win, his first in the Super Stock division. Joe Mancuso rallied from being involved in early race incident to finish second, followed by Timmy Catalano, Eric Hadley and Bobby Schosek.

TJ Cochrane
Jake Lyon came one step closer to the Sunoco Sportsman track championship with his third win of the season on Saturday night. The victory extended his points lead over Tommy Catalano, who finished third.

Jake Lyon
Lyon worked his way to the front of the field from the 10th starting position. By Lap 8 he was running second and hooked up with Mark Pennell to pull away from the field. On Lap 13, Lyon dove to the inside of Pennell going into Turn 3 and took the lead by the time the pair got back to the start/finish line and never looked back.

Lyon goes into the regular season finale with a 44-point lead over Catalano. Pennell finished second between the two championship contenders. Shawn Nye and Neal Dietz Jr. rounded out the top five.

Keith Flanigan picked up his second win of the season in the Advance Auto Parts Street Stocks, leading all 25 laps from the outside pole position to score the win. Mark Hoch finished second with Tommy Wentland, Brian Hoffman and Dave Wilson completing the top five.

Keith Flanigan
Wilson unofficially clinched the 2016 Street Stock track championship with his fifth-place run. Flanigan padded his slim lead in the race to finish second in the standings. He began the night with a one-point advantage over Jerome Hruby.

Bobby Woch scored his third win of the season in the Roaming Buffalo 4-Cylinders, passing teammate Dan Dressel for the lead on Lap 11 and never looked back. Kevin Bainbridge finished second, followed by Dressel, Chris Pennell and Jason Anasiewicz.

Bobby Woch and family
Bainbridge clinched the 2016 track championship before the race even started. His seven feature wins helped him build an insurmountable lead in the standings. Dressel and Pennell are battling for second in points.

Lancaster National Speedway will take off for the Labor Day weekend next week before closing out the regular season on Saturday, September 10. It will be the final points races for the Sunoco Sportsman, Advance Auto Parts Street Stocks and Roaming Buffalo 4-Cylinders. The NYPA TQ Midgets will also be in action. Find out more at www.lancasternationalspeedway.com

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