Penn Can Tidbits
- Billy Decker held off strong challenges from Matt Sheppard and Joey Grammes to pick up the $5,000 ‘King of the Can’ win.
- After two early power outages, a specatator at the track, John White of Light Tower Rentals, was able to hook up a replacment generator to keep the lights on the rest of the night.
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Billy Decker Returns ‘Home’ To Penn Can and Collects Huge $8,050 Payday in Historic ‘Clash at the Can’ Following Battle with Modified Up-And-Comer Danny Tyler; Huge Crowd Watches Talented 66-Car RoC Modified Field
(Event Press Release) SUSQUEHANNA, PA – Billy Decker returned to the track where it all started and left with a big payday.
Decker, 46, a resident of Unadilla, N.Y., who kicked off his storied career in former ‘Tiger’ division at Penn Can Speedway, invaded the Susquehanna County oval and walked off with an $8,050 payday in Tuesday night’s monumental ‘Clash at the Can’ event, which featured the highest ever winner’s share and total purse in the speedway’s history. Decker, who started 12th in the 60-lap event, earned the victory in John Wight’s potent No. 91 Gypsum Racing Bicknell after a battle with young Danny Tyler, an up-and-coming Modified star from Cottekill, N.Y., who races regularly at Accord (N.Y.) Speedway.
June 7, 2011 Video Highlights Read More →