PHOTO: Three-State Flyers winner Jeremy Miller
grabbed the victory with a last lap pass on Josh Richards at Potomac Speedway.
Three-State Flyers: Miller Ends Potomac Dry Spell With Flyers
BUDD'S CREEK, Md. - July 23. Gettysburg Pa.’s Jeremy Miller scored a thrilling win in last Friday’s
40-lap Three State Flyers series event at the Potomac speedway The win was Miller's first feature win
at Potomac in nearly three years and his career 19th at the track. Miller retook the lead from World of
Outlaws regular Josh Richards with less than a lap to go to claim the $5,000 victory.
Miller got the jump on Keith Jackson at the start to lead the event’s first circuit. would asserted himself
to take the top-spot on lap two and led the next ten-laps before fourth starting Josh Richards grabbed the
top on lap 12. As Richards appeared to have the car to beat, Miller and Jackson waged their own war for
second and third that lasted nearly 20 laps before Richards faltered and both Miller and Jackson got by.
“That was a lot of fun.” Miller stated from Potomac’s victory lane. “The track got black like we expected,
but there was still plenty of traction. I was able to move around a little and find where the car worked
Jeremy Miller after his Three-State Flyers win at
Potomac Speedway. (Kevin
Miller felt his opportunity for the win came on a lap 37 restart. “I think Josh’s car had a broken
shock or something.” Miller stated. “He was having a little trouble keeping his car on the bottom, and if I
was going to make a move that’s where it would have to come from.” Tire choice would be critical in the
outcome of the event. “ tonight was all about tire management.” Miller said. “We went with a little softer
tire and I saved something for the end of the race and it sure does feel good to win here at Potomac
Jackson finished second behind Miller, Richards settled for third, Jamie Lathroum came from 21st to secure
fourth and Austin Hubbard completed the top five.
Three-State Flyers - Potomac Speedway
1. Jeremy Miller, 2. Keith Jackson,3. Josh
Richards,4.Jamie Lathroum, 5. Austin Hubbard, 6. Darryl Hills, 7. Bo Feathers, 8. Nick
Dickson,9. JT Spence, 10. Roland Mann, 11. Ross Robinson,12. Mike Lupfer, 13. Jeff Pilkerton,
14. David Williams, 15. Kirk Ryan, 16. Alan Sagi, 17. Dale Hollidge, 18. Scott Labarron, 19.
Matt Quade, 20. Booper Bare, 21. Jason Covert,22. Ronnie Dehaven, 23. Walker Arthur, 24. Kyle
Heat winners (34 entries): DeHaven, Miller, Richards, Hubbard; Consolation