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Force Inc., Super Late Model Championship Challenge Points Leader uses K&N

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Sammy Stile of Laraway Motorsports visited victory lane for the fifth time this year at Dog Hollow Speedway in Northern Cambria, Pennsylvania.

Force Inc. Super Late Model Championship Challenge Series points leader Sammy Stile at Dog Hollow Speedway in Pennsylvania
Force Inc. Super Late Model Championship Challenge Series points leader Sammy Stile at Dog Hollow Speedway in Pennsylvania

Stile won the heat race in his Dirt Super Late Model 800 horsepower engine with K&N products. Stile started sixth in a field of 25 cars and took over the lead halfway through the race. He was never challenged.
Dane Laraway drives is Dirt Super Late Model on the track with its 800 horsepower engine
Dane Laraway drives is Dirt Super Late Model on the track with its 800 horsepower engine

Laraway Motorsports got an additional 11 horsepower on its engines with K&N
Laraway Motorsports got an additional 11 horsepower on its engines with K&N

His teammate, Dane Laraway was all set to win his sixth heat race until a driveshaft fell out of a competitor’s car and flattened the No. 1 Laraway Motorsports right rear tire. Laraway left the track and turned the lead over to the second place car.

“The incident positioned Dane to start at the back of the field on a dry slick track,” said Team Owner Brian Laraway. “My son managed to advance to seventh in the twenty lap feature. It was a very impressive run from the back to seventh on a track with minimal passing.”

Brain Laraway was a competitor in the Dirt Super Late Model Series but gave up his seat to his son. “Dane showed an interest in driving since he was 15-years-old,” said Laraway. “He’s in the car now.”

Sammy Stile drives the No. 2 Laraway Motorsports vehicle. He had the most wins in the Dirt Late Model Series in the North East United States in 2004 and 2005. “Sammy called me one day and said I need a car to race,” said Laraway. “I gave him one to drive and he’s become part of the family.”

Stile continues to lead the Force Inc. Super Late Model Championship Challenge Points at Dog Hollow Speedway and Marion Center Speedway in Pennsylvania. Each track pays $3,000 to the point’s winner at the close of the season. Force Inc. will pay an additional $10,000 bonus if the same driver wins the points at both Dog Hollow Speedway and Marion Center Speedway.

“We’ve been using K&N for a few years now,” said Laraway. “We gained 11 horsepower on the dyno with K&N and know it’s a quality product. You can’t win races without quality parts and K&N is a quality product.”

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