SARVER, PA – The full moon was in play on Friday night at Lernerville Speedway as the regular weekly racing program resumed with a different kind of Fab4. The evening was highlighted by an appearance from the BRP Modified Tour where one of the hottest drivers in the Big Block Modified world put on a performance that should be remembered for years to come.

Erick Rudolph had already secured several Big Block and 358 Modified wins in the shortened season at various speedways in the geography where they can be found. However, in eight career starts at The Action Track he had yet to find Terry Bowser Excavating Victory Lane, until tonight. Rudolph moved forward with authority from his 10th starting spot and was making a bid to join the top four in the early part of the 35 lap main event when he found himself facing the wrong way in turn two after contact with Brian Swartzlander with five laps down. Rudolph then proceeded to charge from the rear of the field over the next 28 laps until he made his way back to the second position where he encountered race leader Rex King Sr. mired in lapped traffic in turns three and four down low on the speedway. Rudolph made his way around King and earned his first career victory at Lernerville, pocketing $2,200 for the effort

The Fab4 Revved up with Marburger Farm Dairy returns to The Action Track next Friday with the Peoples Natural Gas DIRTcar Sprints, Precise Racing Products DIRTcar Lae Models, Diehl Automotive Big Block Modifieds and Millerstown Pic-A-Part Pro Stocks all gracing the red clay !

BRP Modified Tour Main Event (35 Laps; $2,000 to win)
(25) Erick Rudolph
(65) Rex King Sr.
(29) Garrett Krummert
(165) Rex King Jr.
(83) Brian Swartlander
(18) Eric Gabany
(61) Dave Murdick
(3) Chad Brachmann
(4J) John Mollick
(44v) Phil Vigneri III
(45) Steve Feder
(13) Rick Regalaski
(7s) Paul Kot
(11R) Brad Rapp
(32) Jim Rasey
(32R) Chris Rudolph
(96) Mike Turner
(83T) Tom Glenn
(22) Kevin Long
(35) Steve Slater
(25B) Steve Barr
(37MD) Jeremiah Shingledecker
(1x) Ryan Riffe
(64) Rodney Beltz
(18W) Colton Walters
(26) Ricky Richner