This Week in AARN // October 7th, 2014

A HORRENDOUS CRASH (photo by Big Mo Photos) took place during the Super Late Model feature at Delaware International Speedway on Saturday, resulting in this fire that engulfed the car of David Pettyjohn. He slammed into the mount driven by Bob Geiger, which had spun on the backstretch with a flat tire. The car continued to burn after the driver was assisted from the wreck. Pettyjohn was taken to the hospital for a lacerated leg and a broken ankle, while Geiger was shaken but remained at the track after being checked by the rescue team; The pivotal moment (top, Photo by Scott Peters) in the National Open for 410 Sprint Cars at Williams Grove came when Steve Smith Jr. (No. 51) and David Gravel (No. 83) made contact while racing for the lead. Smith spun, while Gravel went on to win; Matt Sheppard wore the “outlaw” hat (above, photo by John Meloling) in victory lane at N.Y.’s Fulton Speedway as the winner of the Modified Outlaw 200!


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