Satterlee Takes Hagerstown's $4,000 in Firecracker 40

Hagerstown, MD (July 4, 2015) When Gregg Satterlee shows up, other drivers need to have everything in order as he’s likely going to be the driver to beat that night. Such was the case Saturday at Hagerstown Speedway /Dirt Capitol for the Firecracker 40 by the Appalachian Mountain Late Model Speedweek crew as Indiana, PA.s Satterlee took advantage of a lap 29 restart to pass Brad Omps who had enjoyed a more than four second lead and several lapped car advantage. Satterlee sped away to a nearly three second lead to make it a $4,000 payday.

Gregg in Hagerstown's Victory Lane
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“We really had a good car,” Satterlee said. ”We had to make some changes tonight than what we normally do as the track was a little bit different. Brad had a really good car. I was trying to find him out there when I was racing with Austin (Hubbard) and Keith (Jackson) and I couldn’t see him. I knew he checked out and was gone, so I was lucky to get the caution when we did. I got a really good restart and was able to go around him and on a clean race track was able to run my line, keep my speed up and get going a little bit better. The track was awesome tonight.”


With the top three from the three heats drawing for position, Omps and Bo Feathers occupied the front row for the Late Model 40-lap feature. When the green flag waved, Omps, Feathers and Austin Hubbard went into the first turns three wide while the next group was four wide. The trio came off the fourth turn three wide with Omps gaining the lead on the opening lap but Feathers kept the pressure on to get a trip out front but Omps came back to grab the front position and begin distancing himself from the field.


By the tenth lap, he was all but four seconds ahead of Keith Jackson, Hubbard and eighth starting Satterlee. Omps held to the lead following a 23rd lap yellow when Kyle Hardy rolled to a stop but as Satterlee got past Jackson just before the 29th lap caution when Jerry Bard stopped regrouped the field, Satterlee flat out powered around Omps and checked out, pulling away to a 2.95 second advantage at the finish. Omps held to strong runner up finish while Jackson and Tyler Hershey battled over the final ten laps with Marvin Winters holding to fifth after passing Hubbard following the last restart. More information can be found at

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Gregg on the gas at the DTWC
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Gregg Satterlee in Victory at PPMS
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