Wagner & Smith Share Port Royal Spoils

Logan Wagner celebrates after winning Saturday's Port Royal Speedway 410 sprint car main event. (Dan Demarco Photo)

PORT ROYAL, Pa. – Logan Wagner took the lead from his father, Mike Wagner, early and then drove to victory in Saturday’s 410 sprint car main event at Port Royal Speedway.

The younger Wagner took the lead on lap five and proceeded to lead the remainder of the 25-lap 410 sprint car feature aboard the Zemco Racing No. 1. He beat Lucas Wolfe to the checkered flag by .759 of a second.

Mike Wagner finished third ahead of Danny Dietrich and Ryan Smith.

Smith backed up his top-five result in the 410 sprint car feature with a victory in the United Racing Club 360 sprint car feature.

Starting from the eighth position, Smith avoided two early incidents and made his way up to second after one lap was completed. Smith spent most of the feature chasing Wolfe, eventually overtaking him for the lead with six laps left.

Smith pulled away to a 1.402-second victory over Wolfe, who ended the evening with two runner-up results. Steve Buckwalter, Austin Bishop and Josh Weller completed the top-five in the URC feature.

Nick Sweigart was the winner in the 305 sprint car class.