Hanover, PA (September 26, 2022) – Friday night Dylan Norris and the Gobrecht Motorsports Team were at Williams Grove for their Outlaw Tune-up to prepare for this coming weekend’s National Open. Norris made the Friday night show in 2021 but failed to qualify for Saturday’s $75,000 to win feature. With one win at the famous ½-mile in 2022, and a battle for the track championship, Norris is looking to close out the season at Williams Grove with a start in Saturday’s National Open.
On Friday Norris timed seventh quick out of 19 cars with a lap of 16.962 seconds. Norris started third in his heat and finished third. Dylan’s heat race finish lined him up seventh for the start of the 25-lap feature. Norris ran fifth for most of the feature but had a tire going flat when the red flag came out with two laps to go. The Gobrecht Motorsports Team changed the tire and Dylan rejoined the field sixth. Dylan would take the checkered sixth and sits third in the season point standings going into the final weekend of racing.
Originally slated to run the National Open at Selinsgrove on Saturday, Norris and the Gobrecht Motorsports Team opted to forgo the trip north due to an engine issue.
UP NEXT: Friday, September 30 at Williams Grove Speedway at 7:30PM; Saturday, October 1 at Williams Grove Speedway at 7:30PM
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