Denver, PA (October 6th, 2014) – “Super” Alan Krimes advanced sixteen positions on Saturday evening, October 4th against perhaps the most competitive field of “410” sprint car racers in the country. Krimes, who pilots the Midnite Antiques Motorsports, Conestoga Valley Garage, Wayne Corini, Krimes Racing Engines, VRP Shocks, no. 87 “410” sprinter, started 26th on Saturday evening during the 52nd Annual Williams Grove Speedway “National Open” sanctioned by the World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series, and would rally to a tenth place finish; earning the KSE Hard Charger Award against the “Greatest Show on Dirt.” The Denver, Pennsylvania native earned his way into the 40-lap, $50,000-to-win main event by using a Williams Grove Speedway track provisional. Unfortunately, Alan Krimes failed to transfer into the evening’s A-main during preliminary competition, but was granted a provisional due to his current position in the Williams Grove Speedway driver point standings (fourth). David Gravel was the $50,000 winner.
Alan Krimes will return to competition in central Pennsylvania this Friday and Saturday, October 10th and 11th; making visits to the Williams Grove Speedway and Lincoln Speedway over the course of the weekend. The Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania will host its last point race of the 2014 season this Friday evening, October 10th. Alan Krimes will enter the evening fourth in the current driver championship chase. The recent Williams Grove Speedway “hard charger” trails Lance Dewease, who is third in the standings, by 190 markers; and trails the current point leader, Greg Hodnett, by 590 markers. Krimes will work towards his first Williams Grove Speedway win of 2014 this Friday night.