PASS 305 Sprint Cars join Modifieds, 602 Crate Sportsman Friday, June 28 at Big Diamond Speedway, Roadrunners race Bob Bowers Memorial

Another big show is on tap this Friday, June 28th at Big Diamond Speedway when the PASS 305 Sprint Cars make their only visit to Coal Country in 2024 joining the Quandel Concrete Modifieds, the USS Achey, Inc 602 Crate Sportsman and the Red White and Blue Autos Roadrunners, as they run Twin 12 lap features as part of the Bob Bowers Memorial. Each Roadrunner 12 lap feature will pay $500 to the winner.

The Quandel Concrete Modifieds put on another awesome display of racing last Friday night as Louden Reimert came from starting 17th to take the win. By virtue of his win, Reimert also took over the lead in the race for the Quandel Concrete point championship by a mere eight points over defending track champion Brett Kressley. The remainder of the top 5 in points are as follows: Logan Watt (-21), Eddie Strada (-51) and Duane Howard (-122). The modified division has been ultra-competitive this season with only Jeff Strunk able to win multiple features with two wins. Single winners include Eddie Strada, Brett Kressley, Ryan Watt, Anthony Perrego, Logan Watt and Kevin Beach Jr. Two drivers who have been having some good runs lately at the front of the field are Mike Lisowski and Doug Smith Jr, both Lisowski and Smith Jr have been consistently racing in the top five recently and are eager to pick up a win in 2024.

Xavier Sprague has been on quite a tear lately, winning the past two weeks in the USS Achey, Inc. 602 Crate Sportsman including last Friday’s 30-lap $3,000 to win Crate Classic race. Sprague is just one of a group of drivers who have posted their first ever Big Diamond win in 2024. Two-time 2024 winner Jax Yohn remains the leader in chase for the USS Achey, Inc championship with a 12-point lead over defending champion Jordan Henn and Kevin Olenick who are both tied for second.

If one feature isn’t enough for the highly exciting action provided by the Red White and Blue Autos Roadrunners, this Friday night the crowd-pleasing division will race two 12-lap feature races as part of the Bob Bowers Memorial with each feature paying $500 to the winner. Andrew Fayash III leads his Uncle Chuck Fayash in the chase for the championship. If you want to see some great racing action, just watch the Red White and Blue Autos Roadrunners on a Friday night, you won’t be disappointed.

The PASS 305 Sprint Series makes their only visit to Big Diamond this Friday night. The PASS Sprints put on some wild racing action and have a large following in central PA. Ken Duke Jr leads the way with two wins and is the current leader in the season-long standing. Other drivers posting wins in 2024 include Zach Rhodes, Kenny Heffner, Austin Reed, Nick Sweigart, Logan Spahr, Mike Melair and Dustin Young. A large contingent of PASS 305 Sprints is expected to make the trek east to race this Friday night and will surely put on a good show for the fans.

Pit gates will open Friday night at 5:00 PM with the Grandstand gate opening at 5:30 PM
Hot laps are scheduled for 7:15PM with racing to follow.
Pit passes are $35 for Big Diamond Speedway members. Non-member pit passes are $45.
General admission is $24, Senior admission is $22, Kids under 16 are free.