Dewease Tops Williams Grove 10-Lapper

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — At 56 years old, Lance Dewease is still finding new ways to accomplish things for the first time. Leading all 10 laps of a rain-shortened affair at Williams Grove Speedway, Dewease’s $10,000 score in the Champion Racing Oil National Open preliminary matches the shortest race in World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series history. “I honestly didn’t know it was raining when they threw that first caution,” Dewease noted. Deeming the race complete on Lap 10 of 25, Dewease officially scored his 19th career World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series win and the 110th of his career at Williams Grove Speedway. Friday’s victory marks the fourth consecutive for Dewease and the Kreitz No.

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