Denver, PA (July 11th, 2015) – “Super” Alan Krimes earned his second “410” sprint car victory of the 2015 season on Friday evening, July 10th; crushing the field at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania by roughly eight seconds. Krimes, driver of the Krimes Racing Engines, Wayne Corini, VRP Shocks, “87,” cruised to his first Williams Grove Speedway win of the year from an inside third row starting position. The Denver, Pennsylvania native earned the non-stop feature win over Lance Dewease, Steve Buckwalter, Tim Glatfelter, and Lucas Wolfe.
“We were really good” said Krimes, “We were able to run right around the top mostly and really make speed. I could make the car do whatever I wanted. Just really comfortable to drive. Feels great to get another one. Things have been tough on us in some respect so this really helps bring all of our spirits up.”
Alan Krimes will work for season win number three later tonight, Saturday, July 11th, at the Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania. “National Fallen Firefighters Night” is on tap in the Pigeon Hills; honoring the late Brandon Little. Krimes will battle for $5,000 during the Saturday night program, as well as continue his pursuit towards a second-consecutive Lincoln Speedway “410” track championship. The “87” team will enter the evening second in the current Lincoln Speedway standings; on the strength of one victory, five top-five and 11 top-ten finishes.
By Fully Injected Motorsports