SPRING RUN, Pa. – Jeremy Ott has started the 2012 season at Path Valley Speedway with perfection, winning all five races he has entered, three in the four-cylinder thunder cars and two in the mini stocks.
The mini stock feature was the first on Friday nights card and pole-sitter Matt Williamson led the first lap. On lap two Jeremy Ott went high into turn three then turned his car to the bottom and passed Williamson exiting turn four. Only one caution slowed the race and erased a sizeable lead for Ott with four laps remaining.
Ott left no doubt over the final four laps, pulling away from Williamson for his fifth win, second in the Mini Stocks, in 2012. Williamson held off a charging Ryan Laye for second with Mike Hawbaker and Eric Grubb finishing fourth and fifth. Ott also won the heat race.
Curtis Guyer is in his first full season in the super stock division at Path Valley and already is proving to be a contender each week.
Guyer started second and drove around pole-sitter Adam Yetter at the drop of the green. Yetter was battling Adam Imes and Carl Miller for second when he slowed and had to pit on lap thirteen. Guyer stayed comfortably ahead while Imes held off Miller for second. The win was Guyers first at Path Valley and second in his career.
In the sidewinder sprint-car feature Brandon Yarlett started first and led all twenty laps for the wire-to-wire victory. Josh Walstrum aced the four-cylinder thunder car feature.