Hagerstown Speedway (Hagerstown, MD) – Appalachian Mountain Speedway – June 11th, 2023.


Gregg Satterlee

Satterlee scores third round of Appalachian Mountain Speedweek at Hagerstown

Gregg Satterlee pocketed $4,000 for his Appalachian Mountain Speedweek win on Sunday evening at Maryland’s Hagerstown Speedway aboard his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Keyser Manufacturing / Classic Ink / XR1 Rocket Chassis / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

Gregg took control with six laps remaining en route to his third win of the year.

“Thanks to everyone who I was racing with for racing smart. I know on that restart we were three-wide going into turn three there,” Satterlee said in Victory Lane. “I knew someone needed to not lift, to try to get the lead and I know Drake (Troutman), he gasses pretty hard and I know Kyle (Hardy), he’s not afraid to sail it in there, but thankfully we made it through that corner. I don’t know what it looked like from out here, but when we went into three, I thought this could go really bad, but luckily it worked out.”

Taking part in the Appalachian Mountain Speedweek opener, Gregg Satterlee trekked to Clinton County Speedway (Mill Hall, Pa.) on Friday afternoon to pilot his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Late Model for the revival of the miniseries that has sat idle since 2017.

Drawing 40 Super Late Models, Satterlee followed up the seventh-fastest qualifying effort with an eight-lap heat victory. Starting the feature in ninth, Gregg advanced forward seven spots to register a runner-up finish. He chased Jason Covert across the line with Austin Berry rounding out the podium.

On Saturday afternoon at Port Royal Speedway (Port Royal, Pa.), Gregg’s second-place finish in his heat race pinned him on the seventh row for the $4,000-to-win A-Main. Breaking into the top-10, Satterlee gained four positions in the 35-lapper to finish 10th.

For the weekend finale on Sunday at Hagerstown Speedway (Hagerstown, Md.), Satterlee laid down the eighth-fastest lap in his time trial before picking up a heat race victory from the second row. Tracking down pacesetter Drake Troutman on lap 30 of the feature, Gregg led the final six circuits to claim his third win of the season and a $4,000 payday. He finished 2.702 seconds ahead of Kyle Hardy with Troutman, Tyler Emory, and Dylan Yoder completing the top-five finishers.

With three events in the books, Gregg is currently second in the Appalachian Mountain Speedweek point standings.

Full results from the events available at www.LMSpeedweek.com.

The 2023 edition of the Appalachian Mountain Speedweek continues this week with the following events:

Tuesday, June 13: Path Valley Speedway Park (Spring Run, Pa.) - $4,000-To-Win
Thursday, June 15: Bedford (Pa.) Speedway - $4,000-To-Win
Friday, June 16: Bedford (Pa.) Speedway - $6,000-To-Win
Saturday, June 17: Lincoln (Ill.) Speedway - $4,000-To-Win
Sunday, June 18: Selinsgrove (Pa.) Speedway - $5,000-To-Win

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