Kicks Off 2013 Season with Win at Selinsgrove
(April 6, 2013) Outside front row
starter Jeff Rine took the lead at the start of the
late model feature. A three-car melee caused a yellow
flag and set up a lap two restart with Rine in the
lead and polesitter Kenny Trevitz in second.
When the race resumed,
sixth-place starter Coleby Frye flew around the high
side and into second. By lap seven, Rine began to
encounter slower traffic with Frye and third-place
starter Bryan Bernheisel in pursuit.
With 10 laps
remaining, Frye was in striking distance of the
leader, only to have Rine spin on a lap 21 restart in
turn two and have to restart the race on the rear of
the field. Frye took command of the field and led the
rest of the way, posting a 1.2 second margin of
victory over last weekend’s winner and seventh-place
starter Dylan Yoder. Jerry Bard, Andy Haus, and B.
Bernheisel completed the top five. Rine was able to
rebound for a seventh-place finish. MORE
|Frye Wraps Up
2012 Season at Peak Motor Oil 'World Finals' in
PA (November 15, 2012)
‘Superfly’ Coleby Frye
wrapped up his 2012 season with a surprise start at
the Peak Motor Oil ‘World Finals’ at The Dirt Track at
Charlotte on November 2 & 3.
Frye was originally tabbed to be crew chief for
New York racer Dale Planck and the Carey Terrance
Racing team but Planck did not make the trip.
Car owner Carey Terrance then asked Frye to
jump behind the wheel of his #77x Rocket Chassis in
which Coleby failed to qualify for either of the two
World Finals events in the unfamiliar ride. Stay tuned
in the coming months for Coleby’s 2013 plans.
|In Loving Memory
C. Kenneth "Butch" Metzel, II
March 8, 1943 -
March 24, 2012