Alex Bright and Bruce Buckwalter, Jr. are anxious to return to both the Potomac and Winchester Speedways this weekend!
When ARDC traveled to the Potomac Speedway for the first time in May, Alex Bright was able to pick up his first win of the 2013 season. Bruce Buckwalter, Jr. did the same thing the next night at the Winchester Speedway and then picked up a second win at Port Royal just a few weeks later. both drivers will be in the field this weekend when ARDC heads south to Maryland and Virginia.
But Bright and Buckwalter are not the only drivers looking forward to this trip.
It was just a year ago that current ARDC point leader, Trevor Kobylarz picked up his first ever ARDC feature win when ARDC headed to Potomac last May. Kobylarz picked up another win before finishing second in championship points.
2012 ARDC Rookie of the Year, Brett Wanner will always remember his trip to Potomac & Winchester last August. Wanner led the first laps of the feature event at Potomac until a storm hit. The remainder of that feature was completed the next night at Winchester. Tim Buckwalter was the feature winner but Wanner earned his best finish of the season. A complete regular show was then run and Wanner came back to WIN the second feature of the night! That’s a night not soon to be
Shawn Jackson and rookie, Kyle Lick have earned their career first ARDC wins earlier this season and would like nothing better than to return to Victory Lane at Potomac or Winchester. Jackson led the race in May by a straightaway before he was sidelined with mechanical issues.
Steven Drevicki, PJ Gargiulo, Ryan Greth, rookie, Tony DiMattia, Brett Arndt, Jason Rice and Jimmy Glenn have been in the thick of the hunt all season but are still seeking the Winner’s Circle. Billy Pauch Jr. will join the field of ARDC competitors this weekend in a second Steward entry. Pauch has a fifth place finish from earlier this season.
Nine more races remain on the 2013 ARDC schedule. Following the Potomac/Winchester weekend, ARDC makes it’s first ever appearance at the Bedford Fairgrounds on August 23rd and then Pittsburgh the following night. Port Royal, Williams Grove and New Egypt are on the schedule in September with the Thunder on the Hill at the Grandview Speedway and the Candy Bowl at Susquehanna Speedway Park wrapping up the season in October.
ARDC is currently in their 74th season of competition and is one of the oldest race sanctioning bodies in the United States.
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