Hirschman Reigns In Lancaster U.S. Open

LANCASTER, N.Y. — For the seventh time in his career, “Big Money” Matt Hirschman won the U.S. Open 125 for the Race of Champions Modified Series on Sunday evening at Lancaster Motorplex. Hanbury would regain second from Jake Lutz on lap four, with Jack Ely and Austin Beers racing in the top five. The restart would see Jankowiak, Lutz, Hirschman, Ely and Emerling race in the top five. The restart would see Lutz apply pressure to Hartwig on lap 81 for third place and would complete the pass on lap 82. Zeiner would pressure Jankowiak for the lead and would take over the lead on 88. With Jankowiak, Lutz, and Hartwig going into the pits, that would move Hirschman into second place behind Zeiner. The lap 100 restart would see Hirschman use the outside groove to take over the lead, with Emerling moving into second on lap 102. Jankowiak would work his way back through the field to enter the top five on lap 105. Jankowiak would take over third from Zeiner on lap 107, with Lutz moving into fourth place.

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