Hearn Wins 12th Modified Crown at Lebanon Valley Speedway

SUSSEX, NJ – With a strong runner-up finish in the 30-lap Modified feature race at Lebanon Valley Speedway (West Lebanon, New York) on Saturday, August 26, Brett Hearn captured his 12th Modified division point championship at the high-banked one-half-mile speedway. For Hearn, who recently won his 901st race, the Lebanon Valley title was the 50th track championship of his career which dates from 1975.

This championship was Hearn’s sixth consecutive at Lebanon Valley, one less than his career best seven consecutive Modified titles at Orange County Fair Speedway (Middletown, New York).

Hearn has won track point championships at Orange County Fair Speedway (15 Modified, seven 358 Modified, one Sportsman), Lebanon Valley Speedway (12 Modified, two 358 Modified), Albany-Saratoga Speedway (seven Modified), Rolling Wheels Raceway (two Modified), Utica-Rome (New Venture) Speedway (one Modified, one 358 Modified), Accord Speedway (one Modified).

Hearn is the all-time winner at Malta, New York’s Albany-Saratoga Speedway (129 victories) and in both Modified divisions at Orange County Fair Speedway (Middletown, New York), where his record of 301 feature race wins will never be topped. On the Super DIRTcar Modified Series circuit, the premier traveling dirt track Modified series, Hearn is the all-time winner, with 121 victories, the latest the $17,500-to-win Mr. Dirt Track USA/Super DIRTcar Modified Series race, August 31, 2017 at Lebanon Valley Speedway. His records include wins at 49 different tracks in 10 states and two Canadian provinces.

During the ten-month Northeast dirt track racing season, Hearn drives his familiar No. 20 Big- and Small-Block Modifieds fielded by the merged Madsen Motorsports/B.H. Racing Enterprises, Inc. team.




Media representatives may contact Brett Hearn by calling 973-702-0819, weekdays during business hours. Additional B.H. Racing Enterprises information is available at www.bretthearn.com.

BRETT HEARN WEEKLY SPEEDWAYS CHAMPIONSHIPS

 

2017 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified

2016 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified

2015 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified

2014 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified
Albany-Saratoga Speedway Modified

2013 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified
Albany-Saratoga Speedway Modified

2012 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified
Albany-Saratoga Speedway Modified

2011 – Accord Speedway Modified

2010 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified
Lebanon Valley Speedway 358 Modified

2006 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified
Orange County Fair Speedway 358 Modified
Albany-Saratoga Speedway Modified

2005 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified
Albany-Saratoga Speedway Modified

2004 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified
Lebanon Valley Speedway 358 Modified
Albany-Saratoga Speedway Modified

2003 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified

2002 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified
Albany-Saratoga Speedway Modified

1999 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified
Orange County Fair Speedway 358 Modified

1998 – Rolling Wheels Raceway Modified

1997 – Lebanon Valley Speedway Modified

1995 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified

1994 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified

1993 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified

1992 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified
Orange County Fair Speedway 358 Modified

1991 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified
Orange County Fair Speedway 358 Modified
Rolling Wheels Raceway Modified

1990 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified
Orange County Fair Speedway 358 Modified

1989 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified
Orange County Fair Speedway 358 Modified

1987 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified
Orange County Fair Speedway 358 Modified

1986 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified
Utica-Rome (New Venture) Speedway Modified
Utica-Rome (New Venture) Speedway 358 Modified

1984 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified

1983 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified

1980 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified

1979 – Orange County Fair Speedway Modified

1977 – Orange County Fair Speedway Sportsman
Nazareth Raceway Sportsman

 

50 POINT CHAMPIONSHIPS AT SIX DIFFERENT WEEKLY SPEEDWAYS