The indoor racing season is back with the running of the annual Gambler’s Classic in Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall. The GSP Video cameras once again covered all the wild action from the entire weekend.
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GSP Video was invited to Borgers Speedway for one of the biggest shows they’ve ever run on the 1/7-mile paved oval. The ‘Rumble on the Ridge’ TQ midget feature paid $2,000 to win and drew full field of cars.
Brett Conkling inherited the lead in the TQ midget feature after the front row of Matt Janisch and Anthony Sesley collided on an early restart. Conkling led the rest of the way for the feature win.
Mike Lapicki and Loudon Reimert swapped the lead a couple times late in the slingshot feature with Lapicki coming out on top.
Justin Gumley took the lead on the first lap of the Sr. Champ Kart feature took the wire-to-wire win for a $1,250 payday. A slew of other karting divisions took part in the afternoon and evening of racing as well.
GAMBLERS CLASSIC THREE QUARTER MIDGET WIN TO ANTHONY SESELY; NAPA BOARDWALK HALL INDOOR SATURDAY SUPPORT FEATURES WON BY RUDOLPH, SIEBER AND HIEBER
(Event Press Release) ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – Anthony Sesely of Matawan, N.J. drove perhaps the most perfect race of his career and won the biggest race prize in Indoor Three Quarter midget racing Saturday when he led the 40-lap Gamblers Classic feature wire to wire. Erick Rudolph of Ransomville, N.Y. won his third 600 Micro feature in his last four starts, Cody Sieber of Mifflintown, Pa., won the Champ Kart main event and Gary Hieber took the checkered flag in the Slingshot feature.
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‘COFFEE CUP’ WIN IN DUNKIN’ DONUTS CENTER TO BURNED, BUT UNBOWED TED CHRISTOPHER; SIEBER WINS THRILLING CHAMP KART CO-FEATURE
(Event Press Release) PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Ted Christopher of Plainville, Conn., came back from a fiery incident that occurred in the pit area, and, with left hand tightly bandaged, raced his to the lead by Patrick Emerling, Orchard Park, N.Y., with eight laps remaining in the 40-lap ‘Coffee Cup’ main event inside Dunkin’ Donuts Center here.