By Tyler Altmeyer: –

Denver, PA (June 1st, 2013) – Alan Krimes earned his second “410” sprint car victory of the 2013 season on Friday evening, May 31st, at the Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania. Krimes, who pilots the familiar Conestoga Valley Garage no. 87 “410′ sprint car, started on the pole of Friday night’s 25-lap, $4,000-to-win “410” main event; and held off late race charges by Rick Lafferty and Fred Rahmer to earn his third career Williams Grove Speedway sprint car win. The Denver, Pennsylvania native celebrated his win by donating  an amount of money that equaled the evening’s 50/50 winnings to the recent victims of the Oklahoma tornado tragedy. Williams Grove Speedway hosted “Charity Night” on May 31st at the racetrack; allowing the “410” feature winner to donate an amount of money equaling the evening’s 50/50 drawing to a charity of his or her choice. The healthy donation was $997. Lafferty, Rahmer, Kreitz and Hodnett rounded out the top five on Friday evening at Williams Grove Speedway.
Alan Krimes, and the entire Conestoga Valley Garage no. 87 program, will be back in action later this evening, Saturday, June 1st, at the “Fabulous” Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania. Krimes will enter the evening with one (1) victory on the season at the Pigeon Hills facility; and currently finds himself fourth (4th) in the “410” sprint car driver standings. The recent Lincoln Speedway winner has also tallied seven (7) top-five finishes, and eleven (11) top-ten finishes, at the 3/8’s mile oval already this season. The Saturday evening, June 1st program at the Lincoln Speedway will consist of not only the “410” sprint cars, but also the “358” sprinters, and the All-American Outlaws. For more information on the Lincoln Speedway, fans can visit the facility online at