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Held on July 6, 1952 at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, PA
200 L, 100 M, 161 KM - Scheduled Distance

RESULTS
Fin St # Driver Sponsor Make Laps Led Status Pts
1 2 6 Marshall Teague 1952 Hudson Hornet 200 running
2 1 49 Jack McGrath 1952 Hudson Hornet 197 running
3 3 9 Frank Luptow 1952 Hudson Hornet
4 11 34 Don O'Dell 1952 Chrysler
5 15 29 Frank Burany 1952 Plymouth
6 8 3 Aaron Woodard 1951 Chrysler
7 24 16 Don Miller 1951 Plymouth
8 4 33 Buck Barr 1951 Hudson
9 10 53 Bob Scott 1951 Oldsmobile 88
10 26 73 Joe Worstall 1952 Chevrolet
11 18 52 Joe Smith 1951 Oldsmobile 88
12 20 36 Norval Adams 1951 Ford
13 17 23 Lester Presser 1951 Lincoln
14 22 93 Eddie Sheeler 1951 Plymouth
15 19 91 Don Dunfee 1952 Ford
16 23 19 Ed Showalter 1952 Chrysler
17 29 7 Joie Ray 1952 Henry J
18 13 15 Wally Hostetler 1950 Oldsmobile 88
19 25 38 Harold Morse 1951 Oldsmobile
20 7 4 Tommy Hinnershitz 1952 Hudson Hornet
21 28 42 Ernie McCoy 1951 Ford
22 21 59 Bill Russ 1951 Ford
23 14 68 Bob Christie 1951 Nash
24 5 66 George Seeger 1951 Oldsmobile 88
25 30 72 Scoop Hauser 1951 Ford
26 27 41 Ottis Stine 1952 Willys
27 16 35 Ebe Yoder 1952 Studebaker
28 12 51 Bill Schindler 1951 Oldsmobile 88
29 6 45 Red Hamilton 1952 Hudson Hornet
30 9 22 Rodney Clark 1952 Hudson Hornet
RACE DATA
Failed to Qualify:
Time of Race: 1h:58:16
Fast Qualifier: - 33.33 sec.
Heat Winners: [[Special:FormEdit/Driver/{{{HeatWinners}}}|{{{HeatWinners}}}]]
Dash Winners: [[Special:FormEdit/Driver/{{{DashWinners}}}|{{{DashWinners}}}]]
Consi Winners: [[Special:FormEdit/Driver/{{{ConsiWinners}}}|{{{ConsiWinners}}}]]
Non-Qualifiers Race Winners: [[Special:FormEdit/Driver/{{{NonQualWinners}}}|{{{NonQualWinners}}}]]
Margin of Victory:
Average Speed: 50.73 mph
Cautions: ?? for ?? laps - not available
Lead Changes: ?? among ?? drivers - not available
STATISTICALLY SPEAKING
Originally scheduled for 6/29, but delayed by rain and run July 6, covered in the July 7th edition of the Hanover Evening Sun.