August 5, 2010 – (Waterford, PA) In a season decorated with Lernerville wins and the point lead to boot, Hess showed his ability to adapt.  With only one month (three races) in his new Larry Shaw e-mod Hess led the field to gather the checkered flag in the regions highest paying e-mod event, The E-mod Invasion at Stateline Speedway this was Hess’s second of two E-mod Invasions that he has won at the New York Speedway.

“I love the new car, I’ve liked my ClingerBuilt cars too, it’s good to have a solid crew and car behind me come feature time, as much credit goes to the team as to me, they work hard in every respect, and my parents too, added Hess.  “They could be retired living the good life, but they keep the Racing program alive and I feel great to be able to give back with some notable wins.”

Hess’s week started at Sharon speedway on Tuesday and Wednesday nights, Tuesday was rained out where Hess Qualified in the top 20, but in accordance with Outlaw rules if the event gets rained out without a heat race completed the whole event is a scratch. Wednesday didn’t go as well as Hess just missed the mark and didn’t qualify for the A-main. Next was their weekly pilgrimage to Lernerville (PA) and then off to the E-mod Invasion Stateline Speedway (NY).

Hess started the weekend off with a win in the Late Model division, one that helped secured the points chase at PA’s illustrious Lernerville Speedway and capped off a 2-week string of bad luck at the banked bullring.  “Friday’s win put us back to where we have a little cushion on the strongest of the competition down there. “ I’ve had championship seasons down there (Lernerville), so I’d like to see David get one too,” explained Dave Sr. “It will also be a great jumping off point for seasons to come, to win points at Lernerville is a thing to be proud of and create momentum for the coming years.”
Hess capped off his race-packed week with a trip to south-eastern Ohio where he raced against the best of the O’Reilly All Star Dirt Late Model Series, with whom he’s already picked up a win and a cardboard check with the young series.  In tow, Hess’s e-mod was ready to go in the preliminary events and Hess found third place in the feature event.

Dave Hess Jr., drives the Hess Garage and Salvage/Linda’s Notary Service, Beacon Lubricant, Jim Brozell Construction, Plyler Overhead door, MWB Graphics and Web Design, Kinder Motorsports Media, Collision World, Genesis Shock, and Simpson Race Products Rocket, Pontiac GTO with a Craiger Racing Engine under the hood.

            If you or your business would like to partner with Hess Racing contact Hess Garage, or Geoff Kinder (814 221 9424) to set up a meeting and discuss the possibilities that partnership with a racing team can provide for your business.
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08/06/2010 5:43am

wow, great read. smooth and informative

chris armyes
08/07/2010 5:47am

this is great!! very informative, keep them coning and good luck hess!!!


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