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July 25, 2020 - Gregg Satterlee charges to Smokey Frye Classic triumph at BAPS
Gregg Satterlee was one of 31 Zimmer’s United Late Model Series entries on hand at Trail-Way Speedway (Hanover, Pa.) on Friday afternoon for the inaugural Junior Eckert Memorial. After laying down the fastest lap in his time trial group, Satterlee scored a runner-up finish in his scramble behind Ross Robinson. With $6,000 on the line in the feature, Gregg was an early retiree from the 50-lapper on lap 16 while running in fourth.

On Saturday afternoon at BAPS Motor Speedway (York Haven, Pa.) for the Creekside Auto Sales Smokey Frye Classic, Gregg followed up the fastest time in his group with a 10-lap heat race victory. With Gene Knaub blasting into the lead on the opening lap of the feature, Satterlee slid ahead of Knaub two laps later to regain the top spot. Holding off the field after a handful of cautions, Gregg Satterlee rolled to his second straight win at the 4/10-mile oval to pick up the $4,000 payday along with a $1,000 bonus from Bernheisel Race Components for back-to-back victories. Taking the checkers ahead of Rick Eckert, Gene Knaub, Wyatt Scott, and Coleby Frye, Satterlee tallied his fifth win of the year.

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July 18, 2020 - Satterlee wires BAPS Motor Speedway field for fourth of season
Friday night found Gregg Satterlee in action at Thunder Mountain Speedway (Knox Dale, Pa.) piloting his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Late Model for the Grady’s Decision Night. Following the fifth fastest time in his qualifying group, Gregg locked his spot into the main event with a fourth place finish in his heat. With $3,000 on the line, Satterlee scored an eighth place finish in the 30-lap affair.

The following night at BAPS Motor Speedway (York Haven, Pa.) for the 19th annual York County Nationals, Satterlee followed up the third fastest time in his group with a 10-lap heat race victory. Rolling off second for the A-Main, Gregg overtook Dan Stone on the drop of the green flag to assume command of the top spot. Running uncontested for the remaining 29 circuits, Satterlee cruised to his fourth win of the season over Stone, Coleby Frye, Kyle Lee, and Andy Haus. He earned a $3,000 payday for the triumph.

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July 11, 2020 - Gregg Satterlee remains unbeaten at Port Royal
Gregg Satterlee parked his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Keyser Manufacturing Valvoline/ Classic Ink/ Rocket Chassis in Port Royal Speedway Victory Lane for the third time this season on Saturday. (Brian Rhoad photo)

Satterlee dominated the main event, pulling away to a more than three-second lead at times in the 30-lapper. He ultimately finished 1.5 seconds ahead of Ross Robinson at the checkers for a $3,000 payday.

“I’ll take it,” Satterlee said. “Any time you can get up here in victory lane is a lot of fun. I’m glad we got a front row starting spot tonight. It wasn’t as easy to move around tonight. Fortunate to get a good redraw and start up front and made my job a little bit easier. I was able to find a line that seemed to work best with the car and make laps. It’s good to get a win.”

After Mother Nature wiped out Friday night’s program at Thunder Mountain Speedway (Knox Dale, Pa.), Satterlee headed to Port Royal Speedway on Saturday. Drawing 32 cars, Gregg followed up the sixth fastest time in qualifying with an 8-lap heat race victory.

Overtaking race-leader Bryan Bernheisel on the third lap, Satterlee ran uncontested for the remaining 27 circuits to capture his third straight victory at the half-mile oval. He took the checkers ahead of Robinson, Kyle Lee, Andy Haus, and Colton Flinner.

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July 3, 2020 - Early exit from Milt Miller Tribute at Bedford Speedway
On Friday evening Gregg Satterlee headed to Bedford Speedway (Bedford, Pa.) for the Milt Miller Tribute. After jumping out to an early race lead in the feature, Kyle Lee snuck by on the 10th lap before Gregg closed in through lapped-traffic. With caution flag displayed on lap 28, Satterlee wound up retiring early from the 35-lapper on lap 29.

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