Gregg Satterlee Wraps Up 2014 Season at Charlotte's 'World Finals'
Indiana, PA (November 13, 2014) Gregg Satterlee and the Satterlee Racing team have completed their 2014 racing season after a disappointing 'World Finals' at the Dirt Track at Charlotte. The 'World Finals' were one of the very few disappointing weekends for Gregg as he finishes the season with 11 wins, 28 top-five's, and 43 top-ten's in a whopping 76 starts including wins with the World of Outlaws Late Model Series, NDRL Northeast Series, Three State Flyers Series, Appalachian Speedweek Series, and a weekend sweep of the 26th Annual 'Pittsburgher'. Gregg has tentative plans of starting the 2015 season during the Georgia/Florida Speedweeks in February.
Gregg on the gas at the DTWC
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Satterlee Picks Up Pittsburgher Sweep at Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway
Indiana, PA (September 14, 2014) Gregg Satterlee and the Satterlee Racing team picked up a cool $10,000 after sweeping the 'Pittsburgher' and 'Herb Scott Memorial' at Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway on September 13 and 14. The weekend sweep pushes Gregg's 2014 win total to 11 and moved Gregg up to 14th in the DirtonDirt.com Top 25 Driver Rankings. Gregg will travel to Brownstown, Indiana with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series on September 19 and 20 for the $20,000 to-win 'Jackson 100' before heading west to Knoxville, IA for the 'Knoxville Nationals' on September 25, 26, and 27. Please check www.lucasdirt.com for more information on these events.
Gregg Satterlee in Victory at PPMS
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Satterlee Survives Tangle In Traffic & Holds Off Lanigan for Fulton Bank 50 Victory at Delaware
Delmar, DE (August 14, 2014) After a disappointing two-week trip through the Midwest, Gregg Satterlee returned to his home region and returned to form with a victory in Thursday night's Fulton Bank 50 at Delaware International Speedway. Satterlee, 30, of Indiana, Pa., survived a close call in traffic and turned back challenges from Darrell Lanigan of Union, Ky., at the half-mile oval in southern Delaware, earning $10,050 for his third career World of Outlaws Late Model Series victory.
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"We had kind of a rough couple of weeks, but that's part of traveling," said Satterlee, who scored just one top-10 finish in four WoO LMS appearances in traveling with the WoO LMS to Illinois and Wisconsin in late July and early August. "We're learning and getting better. I'm sure if we hadn't done all that traveling we wouldn't be standing up here (in victory lane) tonight."

Sixth-starting Lanigan, the two-time WoO LMS champion and current series points leader, was second at the finish, 0.343 seconds behind Satterlee. Fourth-starting Austin Hubbard of Seaford, Del., was just behind the two leaders in third, while Tim Fuller of Watertown, N.Y., advanced from eighth to finish fourth. Seventh-starting Ross Robinson of Georgetown, Del., rounded out the top five in a race slowed by four cautions. READ MORE HERE


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