Opening night throws the Leinbach Motorsports team a curve. The new black “NINE” appeared to be on a successful maiden voyage as driver Randy Stoudt drove to the lead in the feature at Baps Speedway. A late race caution brought Bobby Beard to do battle with the “NINE”. Bobby eventually took the lead and we appeared to have a 2nd place finish locked up. A vibration caused Randy to slow after the white flag and drop from contention.
It is with sad news that we must announce the retirement of driver Randy Stoudt due to recurring symptoms from a crash In early 2017. The entire Leinbach Motorsports wish Randy all the best in his future endeavors. Randy, while not the longest tenured driver in the “NINE” cars, was certainly the most successful. Randy won races at every track we competed regularly and brought home runner up point finishes on 3 occasions. In 2016, Randy won an amazing 6 of 13 races at Susky and the only race at the Grove that year. He will be missed.
The ever popular and accomplished driver Alan Sagi has been named to replace Randy. Alan brings with him a wealth of experience and success. Alan has met with the entire team and seems to be a good fit. We will begin our season together at Lincoln on April 21st.
Leinbach Motorsports will again use the family plan as Ross Leinbach has assumed the driving duties of the red “NINE” as he competes for the rookie of the year title at Baps Speedway for 2018. Ross joins his father Ronnie, uncle Russ, and cousin Russ Jr. as a driver in the family owned cars

While difficult, the crew has just gone through the toughest season any team could endure and appear to be even stronger and dedicated to give Alan and Ross the type of race cars they deserve.  
.    The carburetor department continues to grow as more competitors are finding out just how properly prepared fuel systems can improve their finishes. We keep both Grandview and Central Pa. alcohol loaner carburetors on hand so we can keep you racing. Appointments are now being filled and we are booked up until April 30TH. Check us out on our Facebook page.
Sponsorship packages are now available and we may be contacted at our email address for further information. Join a part of history and become part of a racing tradition for as Leinbach Motorsports competes in the family’s 64th racing season. Your advertisement money not only gets your name on the car, but also personal appearances by the car, driver, and owners, depending on your venue.
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