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October 24, 2020 - Late-race charge nets Satterlee $20,000 at Bedford
On Saturday night Gregg Satterlee raced to the biggest win of his career in his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Keyser Manufacturing/ Valvoline/ Classic Ink/ Rocket Chassis. (Jason Walls photo |

Satterlee took the lead just past the halfway mark of Bedford Speedway’s 3rd Annual Keystone Cup and sailed away to a convincing victory worth $20,000.

“We used to run here quite a bit and run really well,” said Satterlee, whose two previous wins at Bedford came in 2015 and ’19. “I won a race here last year, but really, ever since we got these new (XR1 Rocket) cars, we’ve haven’t been really good here. We kind of dug back in the notebook a little bit further from our old (Rocket) cars and kind of made some different adjustments from what we normally do here and it was pretty damn good.”

Satterlee visited Bedford (Pa.) Speedway on Friday afternoon to kick off the 3rd Annual Keystone Cup. With 35 cars registered for the two-day event, Satterlee timed in fastest in his time trial group before picking up a 16-lap preliminary feature win. Later placing fourth in the Dash, Gregg locked into the fourth-starting position for Saturday night’s main event.

With outside front-row starter Mason Zeigler jumping out to an early race lead, Satterlee took second from Darrell Lanigan on lap 32 after bobbling on an early restart to allow Lanigan to sneak by.

Closing in on Zeigler a few laps later, Gregg whizzed past the leader on the 39th lap to assume command of the top spot. Dominating the final 21 circuits, Satterlee cruised to his eighth win of the season by more than a four-second margin over Zeigler, Lanigan, Tim McCreadie, and Michael Norris.

“I really screwed myself up on that (lap-six) restart,” Satterlee said. “I passed Darrell and got into second and I thought I wanted to pick the top (for the Delaware double-file restart), but I just got into second and I started on the bottom and that cost me a lot of time (after Lanigan made a pass). But I knew my car was good so I just had to be patient and let it all play out.

“There was plenty of time and plenty of laps to get up and pass the cars if your car was good,” he added, “and mine was.”

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October 17, 2020 - Satterlee visits Portsmouth for Dirt Track World Championship
On Friday evening Gregg Satterlee traveled to Portsmouth Raceway Park (Portsmouth, Ohio) to take part in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) finale. Drawing 63 cars for the 40th annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship, Gregg recorded a sixth place finish in his heat race, transferring him into the B-Main on Saturday.

Sending the Top 2 into the $100,000-to-win Dirt Track World Championship, Satterlee came two spots short with a fourth place outing. He was a scratch from the Jim Dunn Memorial non-qualifiers feature for a shot at a $3,000 payday.

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October 10, 2020 - Top-5 finish in ULMS action at Greater Cumberland
Saturday night found Gregg Satterlee in action at Greater Cumberland Raceway (Cumberland, Md.) competing in a field of 21 Zimmer’s United Late Model Series (ULMS) entries. After topping the speed charts in time trials, Satterlee cruised to a heat race victory, which positioned him sixth on the starting grid for the A-Main. With $3,000 on the line, Gregg jumped up one spot in the 30-lapper to place fifth behind Matt Cosner, Trever Feathers, Max Blair, and Ryan Montgomery.

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October 3, 2020 - Flat tire drops Satterlee from contention in Pittsburgher 100
On Saturday afternoon Gregg Satterlee was one of 35 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) entries on hand at Pittsburgh Pa. Motor Speedway (Imperial, Pa.) for the 32nd annual Pittsburgher 100. Following the ninth fastest lap in time trials, Satterlee jumped up three spots in his heat race to place second behind Devin Moran. Earning the fifth-starting position for the $20,000-to-win Pittsburgher 100, Gregg was running in a podium spot late in the race when he suffered a flat right-rear tire on lap 90. Rejoining the field from the tail, Gregg Satterlee salvaged a 16th place outing. (Heath Lawson photo)

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