|Satterlee Survives Tangle In Traffic & Holds Off Lanigan for Fulton Bank 50
Victory at Delaware
|Delmar, DE (August 14,
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
Larry Burnett Photo
|"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
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Captures NDRL NE ‘Chiller Thriller’ at
Mercer Raceway Park!
|Mercer, PA (April 6, 2014) Gregg
Satterlee of Indiana, PA took the lead on lap 26 of the 30 lap
‘Chiller Thriller’ at Mercer Raceway Park after a daring move
to the outside of then leader Tim Fuller to win the inaugural
NDRL Northeast Late Model Series event.
Russell King brought the field to the green flag with King
gaining the early advantage followed by Fuller. Dan Stone and
Satterlee had an intense battle for the third spot as Fuller
stalked the race leader King.
Todd Battin Photo
|By lap six, Fuller drove to
the outside of turns one and two to pull alongside of race
leader King and used his momentum to blast by King in turns
three and four to take over the race lead. Stone, who was
running fourth, came to a stop on the backstretch on lap 14 to
bring out the events first caution.
During the Delaware style restart, Fuller continued to
lead while Satterlee took advantage of his outside starting
position to make his way around King for second and begin his
assault on the leader. After a second caution slowed the pace,
Fuller continued to lead as he moved to the outside to hold
off the hard charging Satterlee.
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|Satterlee Set to Take
On World of Outlaws Late Models at Volusia Speedway Park!
|Rochester Mills, PA (February
17, 2014) Gregg Satterlee already has 11 races
under his belt in the 2014 season. Gregg leaves East Bay
Raceway Park seventh in points with the Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series after capturing five top-ten and three top-five
finishes, including a second place finish on Saturday,
February 15 at East Bay Raceway Park, in 11 total starts to
kick off 2014. Satterlee will now move on to Volusia Speedway
Park for another six nights of racing from Feb. 17th to the 22nd
for the DIRTcar Nationals presented by Summit. Please visit
www.woolms.com for more
information on these events! All six events are live via PPV
and available to purchase at www.dirtondirt.com!
Gregg Satterlee in the East Bay Pits