7/27/2014 UPDATE:
    The “NINE” car posted a 7th place finish at Williams Grove on Saturday July 27th. Ron was pleased with the fact that he was able to bring the car forward on a one groove track where passing was practically impossible. While we were continually held up by slower cars, it would take a mistake by that car to give you enough room to work them out of the only race groove and complete a pass. We are impressed with Ron’s adaption to a track he never competed on and his easy going personality. The team has quickly developed a real connection with Ron and is pleased with the direction the team is now progressing.
The entire team had a great time at kid’s night and was certainly pleased with all the fan interest in our car and driver. Leinbach Motorsports realizes the importance of a night like this because these kids are the future paying fans of our sport and will help keep it alive.  I was amazed to see teams not participate. SHAME ON THEM! Big Al Cheney brought his car from Central New Jersey and participated as well as the “NINE” team coming from over an hour away to participate. I applaud all the teams that helped bring smiles to those children’s faces. The sport needs more fan interaction like these nights provide.
We would like to thank all our sponsors as well as the crew for their constant support and devotion to Leinbach Motorsports and the great sport we participate in.
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Check out the crew chief peeking up at the LF fender.




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Gayle, Ronnie and Ross Leinbach
Owners, Leinbach Motorsports

Leinbach Bros Racing Team with Davey Marburger driving on their way to the feature win April 11, 1970 at the former Reading Fairgrounds.



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