Gregg Satterlee’s 2013 Season Comes to a Close After World
Rochester Mills, PA (November 14, 2013)
Gregg Satterlee completed his very successful 2013 season this
past weekend with a 16th place finish at the World of Outlaws
Late Model Series sanctioned World Finals at the Dirt Track at
Charlotte in Concord, NC.
Satterlee’s impressive nine win 2013 season was
highlighted by his two victories with the World of Outlaws
Late Model Series.
Gregg’s first WoO win came at Wisconsin’s Shawano
Speedway on July 30 just weeks before his second win at
Selinsgrove (PA) Speedway on August 31.
Gregg in Victory Lane at Shawano (WI) Speedway
‘The two World of Outlaws’ wins were definitely the
highlight of the year for us,’ Gregg said while reflecting on
his season. ‘Winning the Appalachian Mountain Speedweek
championship was also a pretty big deal for us.’ Satterlee
used consistent finishes of two second’s, a third, and a win
at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex to claim the speedweek
championship. ‘The speedweek always has some of the best
regional racers following it and for us to be able to finish
the way we did against that type of competition shows how much
our team has grown.’
Of Satterlee’s nine wins, seven of them were at different
facilities. Gregg captured three wins at Winchester (VA)
Speedway and single wins at Eastside Speedway in Waynesboro,
VA, Hagerstown (MD) Speedway, Pittsburgh’s PA Motor Speedway,
Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex in Markleysburg, PA,
Selinsgrove (PA) Speedway, and Shawano (WI) Speedway.
Scores Second Career Win On National Tour Just One Month After
|SELINSGROVE, PA (August 31, 2013)
It took Gregg Satterlee 85 tries to break into Victory Lane on
the World of Outlaws Late Model Series. He needed just five
more starts to make his return to the national tour's most
Almost exactly one month after
registering his first-ever WoO LMS A-Main triumph Satterlee
was back in the spotlight, rolling to a convincing win in
Saturday night's 40-lap 'Showdown On Sand Hill' at Selinsgrove
Barry Lenhart Photo
|Satterlee, 29, of
Rochester Mills, Pa., was unbeatable in the opening leg of the
inaugural WoO LMS doubleheader at the historic half-mile
central Pennsylvania oval. He passed defending circuit
champion Darrell Lanigan of Union, Ky., for the lead on lap 17
– a moment before Lanigan slowed with an overheating engine –
and dominated the remainder of the distance to cash an $8,050
"I would've never thought we would've got one again this
year," said Satterlee, whose milestone first WoO LMS victory
came on July 30 at Shawano (Wis.) Speedway. "It always hangs
in the back of your mind – that once you get (a win), you can
do it again – but I never would've dreamed that we would do it
again this soon. This is just awesome."
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Gregg Satterlee Scores First World of Outlaws Victory in
Wisconsin, North/South Up Next!
Rochester Mills, PA (August 6, 2013)
‘The Truth’ Gregg Satterlee made a very successful trip west with the
World of Outlaws Late Model Series (WoO) as the tour stopped
at Shawano (WI) Speedway on Wednesday, July 30, Cedar Lake
Speedway in New Richmond, WI from Thursday, August 1 through
Saturday, August 3 for the $50,000 to-win ‘USA Nationals’. The
tour wrapped up their trip west with a visit to Independence
(IA) Speedway on Monday, August 5.
Satterlee’s impressive trip began at Shawano (WI)
Speedway on Wednesday, July 30 by setting the sixth fastest
qualifying time of the 33 cars entered. Gregg then out ran WoO
Rookie of the Year candidate Eric Wells, Billy Moyer and Clint
Smith to win his heat race before pulling a number four for
his A-Main starting position. Satterlee worked his way into
the second spot after a lap-15 caution behind WoO regular
Shane Clanton before Clanton slowed on lap-22 in a cloud of
smoke. Gregg inherited the lead from there and never looked
back while collecting the $10,000 top-prize and his first WoO
Late Model Series victory.
"I wish my dad and good friend Dave could've been here for
this," said Satterlee, who noted that the sprawling Shawano
half-mile reminded him of Bedford Speedway and Pittsburgh's
Pennsylvania Motor Speedway near his Keystone State home.
"They've both been with me from the start, so it would've been
great for them to share this. I guess we'll just try to get
another win when they're around."
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