latemodelamerica.com - Sept. 10 - Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex
LateModelAmerica.com by Sam Holbrooks

 
 

UFO/Three-State Flyers: Jared Miley Triumphant In 14th annual "King of the Knob"

Track report

MARKLEYSBURG, Pa. - Sept. 10. Jared Miley, of South Park, Pa., won his first-ever checkered flag Saturday at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex. Miley’s win came in the 14th running of the “King of the Knob” for Late Models. The 51-lap event was co-sanctioned by the UFo and Three State Flyers Series and paid the winner $5000.

D.J. Cline took the initial lead, but Miley passed him on lap two for the lead. Devin Friese got around Cline for second on lap nine, then made his move on a lap 12 restart and took the lead from Miley. Friese’s lead was short lived when Miley retook the top spot on lap 16.

While Miley led the battle, racing in his rearview mirror was furious as Friese, Jason Covert (from 11th) and Jared Hawkins were dicing it out for the runner-up spot. Covert masterfully worked his way into contention and took the second spot on lap 25, then moved in and challenged Miley for the lead. As they battled, Hawkins also joined in, as did Friese. Miley had his hands full, but never skipped a beat out front.

The final caution appeared on lap 48. When the green dropped, Hawkins took advantage of a rare Covert mistake to take second and immediately caught the high flying Miley. Hawkins, fresh off his big wins last week at Tyler County, threw all he had at Miley, but came up a little short. Miley parked the #H1 in victory lane for the first time at Roaring Knob and added his name to the impressive list of drivers who have been crowned “King of the Knob”. Hawkins settled for second followed by Jason Covert, Devin Friese, Jeremy Miller, who came from the tail after a spin, Corey Conley (from 20th), Butch McGill, Mason Zeigler, Danny Mitchell (from 19th) and Jerry Bard.

 

Sept. 10 - 3SF/UFO at Roaring Knob
1) Jared Miley, 2) Jared Hawkins, 3) Jason Covert, 4) Devin Friese, 5) Jeremy Miller, 6) Corey Conley, 7) Butch McGill, 8) Mason Zeigler, 9) Danny Mitchell, 10) Jerry Bard, 11) Chad McClellan, 12) Scott Rhodes, 13) Doug Eck, 14) Tim Senic, 15) Quinton Wyandt, 16) Keith Barbara, 17) Ron Delano, Jr., 18) Chris Meadows, 19) Jamie Lathroum, 20) D.J. Cline, 21) Bob Gordon, 22) Scott LeBarron, 23) K.C. Burdette, 24) Mark Booth, 25) Greg Fetters.
Heat wnners: Miley, McGill, Lathroum, Senic. B-Main winners: Fetters.

Cory Stivason photo



 

 

Wehrs Machine



THIS WEEK IN LMA.COM

Other Results from October 1-2

Brushcreek Motorsports Complex - Heritage/Bill Bob Weekend

MSCC at Jackson Motor Speedway

Western All Stars at Antioch Speedway and Merced Raceway

Total Seal Late Model Series at Canyon Speedway Park


A-Team smbl

Top 50 Drivers For Period Ending 09-25-11


Weekend Warriors

Calumet County Fairgrounds "Chilton Fall Invitational" - Russ Scheffler

Russ Scheffler at Calumet Co. Fairgrounds

Billed as "the largest race at the smallest track in Wisconsin", the Calumet Co. "Fall Invitational" played out on Sept. 23-24,  and Russ Scheffler drove his #74 to the win in the event. (Michael Esser)




LMA t-shirts 2010 sm

Your ad here

Primary Tours / Events
Regional Tours / Events
Crate Late Models
Opinion
Other

 

Midwest Dirt Track Facts

Dirt Racer Magazine 

 Your logo here

Your ad here - box