Attica Sprint Opener Goes Schuerenberg’s Way

ATTICA, Ohio – In a caution-filled opening night 410 sprint feature which saw two early leaders spin, Missouri’s Hunter Schuerenberg navigated through traffic and held off a late-race charge to score his first Attica Raceway Park victory. Schuerenberg inherited the lead of the Callie’s Performance Products 410 sprint feature on lap 15 when leader Trey Jacobs spun and held off a late race charge by his friend Zach Hampton for the 30-lap win. When the race finally started, Macedo jumped into the lead over Trey Jacobs, Schuerenberg, Wilson, Ricky Peterson, Hampton and Chris Andrews. Jacobs set a blistering pace, racing into lapped traffic by the sixth circuit with Schuerenberg, Peterson, Hampton and Andrews in pursuit. A spin on lap seven gave Jacobs a clear track and he pulled away. Jacobs once again found heavy lapped traffic by the 12th circuit but another caution gave him a clear track. When the green came back out Schuerenberg could not shake Hampton, who had grabbed second from Peterson. Schuerenberg was finally able to dispose of the lapper and drove to the win over Hampton, Peterson, Andrews and Dussel.

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