Here are my observations as an 'outsider' who has only been there twice, but also just relocated here from western PA. In my two experiences, I have seen some great racing. Certainly, it can be said without a doubt, that the SPRINT
car racing out here in the east is much, much, much more competitive than it is in Western PA. I'll be the first to admit, that I'm a huge SUPER Late Model fan and prior to seeing the SPRINT's run out here, I didn't have much time for Sprint Cars. Why you ask? Because there was no competition in western PA, you've got Rod George, Ed Lynch Jr., and Kevin Schaffer at Lernerville. Chances are one of those 3 are gonna win, and it's gonna be a runaway, freight train style of race. That's not the case out here though, it's much more competitive. The SPRINT car racing is much better, and the best shows I saw this summer were at Williams Grove. Nice atmosphere. Loved sitting on the pit bleachers on the backstretch (although it seemed a bit dangerous/not very well protected).
That being said, why doesn't anyone run SUPER
late models on a weekly basis out this way???
This small block stuff just don't cut it.
I mean WG is only running like 3 or 4 SUPER LM shows this year, and quite honestly, that will be the only times that I attend, because of the SUPER LM's.