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March Yields 18 Feature Triumphs for Team ILP

March Yields 18 Feature Triumphs for Team ILP

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(Photo by Rick Rarer) Inside Line Promotions – PORT ROYAL, Pa. (March 30, 2021) – Dylan Cisney was on a mission last Saturday during his sea
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Cisney Stays Patient to Score First Career Win at Lincoln Speedway

Cisney Stays Patient to Score First Career Win at Lincoln Speedway

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Inside Line Promotions – ABBOTTSTOWN, Pa. (March 3, 2020) – Dylan Cisney accomplished a memorable feat on Sunday afternoon when he earned his first career feature victory at Lincoln Speedway.

Cisney won both a heat race and the 25-lap main event a week after kicking off his season with an 11th-place outing at the unique oval.

“The first week was what it was,” he said. “We were there to make some laps and get back in the swing of things. I wasn’t really looking to do anything overly aggressive or tear anything up. We got through the first week and I thought the car was okay. We brought the same thing back and all the draws worked out our way. We drew the No. 1 and started on the pole of the first heat. We got in the feature redraw by winning that and drew the No. 1 again.”

Cisney led the first two laps of the main event before veteran Brian Montieth took over the top spot on a restart.

“The track was getting pretty dry after the heats and B Main,” Cisney said. “They watered the top. I tried to get a warm-up lap up there, but I thought it was still slimy. Then I saw Montieth get around me and a yellow came out so we got the lead back. I tried to jump to the top on the restart, but he still got around us. At that point I figured if he outdrives us on the top that’s one thing. I wanted to stay calm and wait until we got to traffic and see what happened.”

Cisney ran second for 10 laps before he regained the lead on Lap 13.

“I closed back in on him in traffic,” he said. “I saw what happened and knew (Montieth) did a 360 really quick. I was just waiting to see if the yellow came out. I realized they were going to keep it green. I was trying to maintain the lead and not let the same thing happen to me. At one point Gerard McIntyre was there. He slid me and I got back around him. Then it was coming to the white I saw Danny (Dietrich) get under me in turns three and four. I figured I had a lot of pressure behind me. I just needed to put down one good final lap. Danny took one from me last year at Williams Grove and so I was ready to not let that happen again.”

Cisney hit his marks and held on for the win, which was made even more special considering the struggles he previously faced when racing there.

“That’s the last track I thought I’d win at,” he said. “I came close at Williams Grove and I pictured myself getting one there before Lincoln. The guys that run that track all the time are really good. They know how to get around that place. I think that’s the seventh time I’ve ran there. The track conditions change so fast. It’s hard to know where to put your car at.

“To get a win this early in the year is great for myself, the team and all our sponsors. It boosts everybody’s moods and morale. It gives everyone a good attitude and confidence going into the beginning of the year.”

Cisney plans on returning to Lincoln Speedway this Saturday before tackling the season opener at Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pa., on Sunday.


March 1 – Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa. – Heat race: 1 (1); Feature: 1 (1).


2 races, 1 win, 1 top five, 1 top 10, 2 top 15s, 2 top 20s


Saturday at Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa., and Sunday at Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pa.





SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT – Valley Supply, Inc.

Valley Supply, Inc., which is based in Mechanicsburg, Pa., has been serving the concrete industry for more than 30 years. The company is a distributor of concrete accessories and restoration materials, providing construction solutions for the Pennsylvania and Maryland regions.

“We are grateful to have Harvey Sipe Jr. and everyone at Valley Supply on board,” Cisney said. “Valley Supply is a family run business and we’re a family team so it’s special to work together.”

Cisney would also like to thank Mike Cleck Paving and Sealcoating, Drydene Performance Products, X-1 Race Cars, HP Engines, Red Zone Sports Bar & Grille, Bruce’s Speed Shop, CPRS Physical Therapy, VRP Shocks, DMI/BullDog Rears, Wings Unlimited, TQ Fiberglass, Keizer Aluminum Wheels and KSE Racing Products for their continued support.


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