The Diehl Automotive Big Block Modifieds were next to hit the track as point leader Jeremiah Shingledecker led the first seven laps of the 25-lap main event. John Mollick pressured Shingledecker for the top spot during those seven laps and was able to make his move for the lead after a lap 7 restart. Shingledecker stayed close to Mollick and made a bid for the lead on lap 14 but Mollick was able to hold on and lead the rest of the way to claim the victory with Shingledecker in second, Rex King, Jr. in third followed by Brian Swartzlander in fourth and Garrett Krummert in fifth. With Shingledecker’s runner-up finish, Shingledecker secured his third track championship and first since 2011.
‘The team is almost all family, my dad does the engines, my wife spends a lot of time in the garage, the crew, Rick driving the truck for us,’ the now three-time Diehl Automotive Big Block Modified Lernerville Speedway Track Champion, Jeremiah Shingledecker stated. ‘Austin, Brayden and Noah all spend a lot of time in the garage throughout the week and that’s what got us a couple of fast race cars.