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September 24, 2021 - Satterlee bags 11th win of 2021 at Thunder Mountain
Gregg Satterlee collected his 11th victory of the year on Friday night in his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Keyser Manufacturing/ Valvoline/ Classic Ink/ XR1 Rocket Chassis / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model. (Rick Neff photo)

His latest conquest was worth $10,000 and came in Zimmer’s United Late Model Series (ULMS) action at Pennsylvania’s Thunder Mountain Speedway.

“We had to work hard for that one. We led early and then Boom (Briggs) got past us, and we were finally able to get back to the lead late in the race and get the win. There’s a lot of good talent on this ULMS tour, and I always enjoy running with them,” Satterlee said. “I’m looking forward to the upcoming weekend with the Lucas Oil Series, and hopefully we can add some more wins.”

Gregg Satterlee invaded Thunder Mountain Speedway (Knox Dale, Pa.) on Friday afternoon to take part in a doubleheader weekend with the Zimmer’s United Late Model Series (ULMS). Drawing 35 cars for the Jim Garman Memorial, Satterlee topped his group in time trials before picking up a heat race victory.

Winning an exciting late-race battle over Boom Briggs in the 40-lap feature, Gregg soared to his 11th win of the season, which came ahead of Briggs, Max Blair, Chub Frank, and Jared Miley. His 11th -career ULMS triumph was worth $10,000.

Saturday's ULMS finale fell victim to Mother Nature.

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September 11, 2021 - Gregg Satterlee wins World 100 prelim at Eldora Speedway
Friday night found Gregg Satterlee visiting Eldora Speedway’s Victory Lane for the second time in 2021 in his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Keyser Manufacturing/ Valvoline/ Classic Ink/ XR1 Rocket Chassis / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

Holding off a hard-charging Bobby Pierce, Satterlee claimed a $10,000 victory in preliminary action for the 50th World 100 to push his 2021-win total to 10. The Pennsylvania racer picked up his first-career Eldora Speedway win back in June during the Dirt Late Model Dream.

"I was a little worried. I know he's (Bobby Pierce) really good here. I was glad to see the checkered flag fly," Satterlee said while picking up his $10,000 paycheck in Eldora’s famed Victory Lane. "Nothing's for sure at these races, but it's fun getting up on this stage. It's awesome to see a huge crowd ... there's nothing like this place. I've gotta thank crew chief Robby Allen. We were working really hard at making this race car faster, and we wound up and swung for the fence in this feature, and I think we definitely got ahold of something."

Gregg Satterlee trekked to Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) on Wednesday afternoon to compete in preliminary action for the 51st annual World 100. With the 80-car field split into two groups, Gregg laid down the 10th-fastest time in his group before placing second in his heat race. Slipping six spots in the 30-lap preliminary feature, Satterlee recorded an eighth-place finish.

Earning the second-starting position for his heat race on Thursday, Satterlee outran Chris Ferguson to pick up the 20-lap victory. Starting the $54,000-to-win World 100 in sixth, Gregg dropped three spots in the 100-lap affair to place ninth.

On Friday afternoon as the 50th annual World 100 got underway, Gregg’s second-place finish in his heat race placed him on the pole for his preliminary feature. Leading wire-to-wire in the 25-lap affair, Satterlee raced to his 10th win of the season, which came over Bobby Pierce, Brandon Sheppard, Nick Hoffman, and Tim McCreadie. He earned $10,000 for the triumph. (Jacy Norgaard photo)

Rolling off third in his heat race on Saturday, Satterlee came one spot shy of a transfer position with a fourth-place finish, sending him into the B-Main. Recording a second-place finish, Gregg locked into the 24th-starting position for the 50th annual World 100. With $53,000 on the line, Satterlee was an early retiree from the 100-lapper on the 28th circuit. He was credited with a 25th-place finish.

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September 4, 2021 - Satterlee scores $6,333 ULMS victory at Port Royal
For the fourth time in 2021 Gregg Satterlee took his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Keyser Manufacturing/ Valvoline/ Classic Ink/ XR1 Rocket Chassis / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model to Victory Lane at Port Royal Speedway. (Rick Neff photo)

His latest triumph at the ½-mile came on Saturday evening in the Butch Renninger Memorial and was worth $6,333. The victory also marked his ninth of the year.

“It was a good weekend for our team. We were slow out of the gate at Bedford (Speedway) on Friday night, but we passed like 20 cars in the feature to finish second, so that was a good way to end that night. Then, on Saturday night we were back at Port Royal, and we got another win there. That place has been good to us this year,” Satterlee commented. “We’re headed into Eldora (Speedway) with some confidence. Hopefully, we can hit the ground running there and make some noise before the weekend is over.”

Friday night found Gregg Satterlee in action at Bedford Speedway (Bedford, Pa.) to kick off his Labor Day weekend with the Labor Day 55. In a field of 32 Zimmer’s United Late Model Southern Series (ULMS) entries, Gregg’s sixth-place finish in his heat race relegated him to a B-Main.

Finishing third in the consolation event, Satterlee locked into the 22nd-starting position for the $12,000-to-win A-Main. Wheeling his way into the Top-5, Gregg passed 20 cars in the 55-lap affair to register an impressive second-place finish. He trailed Michael Norris across the line with Max Blair, Dan Stone, and Jeff Rine rounding out the Top-5.

For the Butch Renninger Memorial on Saturday at Port Royal Speedway (Port Royal, Pa.), Satterlee secured his spot into the ULMS-sanctioned main event with an eight-lap heat race victory. Starting the feature in fifth, Gregg wrestled away the top spot on the ninth circuit but handed it back to Michael Norris on lap 21. Stealing back the lead a circuit later, Satterlee raced to his ninth win of the season and 10th career ULMS triumph. He took the checkers ahead of Rick Eckert, Max Blair, Jason Covert, and Gary Stuhler to claim $6,333.

Gregg is currently third in the ULMS Southern point standings. For full results from these events, please visit