FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship update

DJ Irvine
July 28, 2020

Braeden Dillinger continues to hold the top spot in the FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship with a weekend that saw a Friday win at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex, a runner-up at Latrobe Speedway, and a second-place finish again at Roaring Knob on Sunday. Luke Hyre, the 2019 FASTRAK Future Stars Cup winner, has moved into second by way of two fourth-place finishes and a fifth-place finish over the weekend. Corey Almond, who remained idle, is currently third. Ron Geehring, with a second-place finish at Toccoa Raceway, moves into the fourth spot. Derrick Shaw, who won at Elkins Raceway, round out the top five.

Troy Shields picked up his first win of 2020 at Latrobe Speedway on Saturday. Trey Watson was victorious at Tyler County Speedway. Frankie Beard bested the field at Toccoa Raceway. Ryan Frazee was the winner on Sunday at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex.

The FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship will continue through Labor Day, taking all drivers’ best eight finishes. The FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance will be at Ohio Valley Speedway on Friday, August 7 and I-77 Speedway on Saturday, August 8. Both will be opportunities for drivers to earn points toward the FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship.

Results – Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex – July 24

1) Braeden Dillinger; 2) Joe Moyer; 3) Andy Spooner; 4) Luke Hyre; 5) Lane Brock; 6) Chad Tasker; 7) Stanley Spooner

Results – Elkins Raceway – July 25

1) Derrick Shaw; 2) Logan Hitt; 3) TJ Salango; 4) Eddie Hambrick; 5) Craig Daft; 6) Derek Rogers; 7) Matt Hildebrand; 8) Chandi Currence; 9) Jim Rader; 10) Todd Tasker; 11) Ronnie Sissney

Results – Latrobe Speedway – July 25

1) Troy Shields; 2) Michael Ott; 3) Braeden Dillinger; 4) Andrew Koenig; 5) Russell Baird; 6) Michael Cuthbert; 7) Clate Copeman

Results– Tyler County Speedway – July 25

1) Trey Watson; 2) Donnie Dotson; 3) AJ Spagnuola; 4) Luke Hyre; 5) Hayden Jacobs; 6) Kyle Thomas; 7) Ryan Hare; 8) Jarrett Spencer; 9) Tiffany Jackson; 10) Brandon Weigle

Results – Toccoa Raceway – July 25
1) Frankie Beard; 2) Ron Geehring; 3) Derrick Harvey

Results – Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex – July 26

1) Ryan Frazee; 2) Braeden Dillinger; 3) John Over; 4) Glenn Elliott; 5) Luke Hyre; 6) Andy Spooner; 7) Donnie Dotson; 8) Stanley Spooner; 9) Eric Hamilton Jr; 10) Kyle Thomas; 11) Steven Dotson

FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship Current Top 10
1) Braeden Dillinger 335; 2) Luke Hyre 310; 3) Corey Almond 262; 4) Ron Geehring 217; 5) Derrick Shaw 203; 6) Kyle Thomas 195; 7) Donnie Dotson 195; 8) Cody Cubbage 187; 9) Brent Trimble 164; 10) AJ Spagnuolo 160

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