Devin Hart / KHK Motorsports / Campbell Race Technology No.2 Limited Late Model Team

Hart’s Stellar Year Continues With Emotional Win and Track Championship

Hagerstown’s Small Car Nationals Up Next

Port Royal, PA – September 12, 2023

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  WRT Speedwerx / Brian Rhoad

Devin Hart said two things coming into the 2023 season.  

First, his main goal was to win the Butch Renninger Memorial, a race held annually at Port Royal Speedway in honor of his grandfather.  A win in that personally important race has eluded him in his first nine years in a limited late model.

Second, he had no plans to race for points.  Instead, he would race where it made sense for his team and they would take a shot at some of the bigger races when they could.

You might think we’re about to tell you he accomplished his goals.  Well, you’re right.  He did.  But in doing so, he managed to win a points championship too.

 

QUICK RESULTS

DATE:  Friday, September 1, 2023

  • Event:  Final Points Race
  • Track:  Hagerstown Speedway
  • City, State:   Hagerstown, MD
  • Quick Stats:  19 cars, Heat 1st (4), A-main 1st (1)

 

DATE:  Saturday, September 2, 2023

  • Event:  20th Annual Butch Renninger Memorial
  • Track:  Port Royal Speedway
  • City, State:   Port Royal, PA
  • Quick Stats:  31 cars, Heat 1st (4), A-main 1st (3)

 

DATE:  Sunday, September 3, 2023

  • Track:  Selinsgrove Speedway
  • City, State:   Selinsgrove, PA
  • Quick Stats:  25 cars, Heat 2nd (7), A-main 18th DNF (4)

 

FINALLY!

Hart has raced a limited late model since 2014 and he has won a lot of races at Port Royal Speedway during the years since he started, but in nine attempts to win the Butch Renninger Memorial he had not been able to be the first one to the checkered flag.

He certainly had been close though.  As a matter of fact, his stats are astoundingly good in the race.  In his first nine attempts at the Renninger Memorial Hart had finished on the podium five times and in the top five a total of seven times.  

He just had not won it yet.  Hart didn’t think it was possible to want to win it more than he did but the desire grew deeper every time he came up just short.

With 31 cars on hand, there were plenty of good teams who were there with the same goal.  Hart made it clear in his heat race he was ready to give it his best shot again.  He drove from 4th to the lead on the opening lap and never looked back, taking the win by 3.2 seconds in his Lucky Buck, Hungry Run Wine Cellars, FK Rod Ends, JDS Racing, Penske Racing Shocks, Barron’s Racing Engines, Centre Boot Company, Gridiron Pizza & Gridiron Pub, Harling’s Hoagies, Brown’s Automotive, Rocket Chassis XR1 No.33k.

Hart started 3rd in the 25-lap feature event and jumped into 2nd on the opening lap.  For the next 18 trips around the Juniata County Fairgrounds half-mile oval, he pursued leader Spike Moore, trying to find a way to the top spot.  With nine laps remaining he pulled alongside Moore and the race was on in lapped traffic.

On lap twenty he made the pass by driving under Moore into turn three to take command of the race.  Only five laps, 2.5 miles, remained between Hart and the goal that mattered more to him than anything in racing.  While he tried to hit his marks and keep Moore at bay, his entire family held their collective breath.

With four laps remaining, the caution lights flashed on and forced Hart to deal with a restart.

Hart survived the restart and drove a smooth final three laps.

Finally, it happened.  Hart crossed the line first, with a 1.282 second advantage, to win his grandfather’s race.

I can’t believe this just happened.”, an emotional Hart said as he was congratulated by cousin Trent Brenneman in victory lane.  Brenneman, who is also family to the late Butch Renninger, had also come up short on winning the race over the years and shared in Hart’s desire to someday win it.

I can’t believe we just won this thing.  Every year everyone tells Trent and me it’s just another race but it’s not.  You can’t come in here with that mentality.  I’ve tried it and it doesn’t work.“, Hart explained to Port Royal Speedway announcer Brad Strawser.

My whole family is here every year making this race happen.  This is the 20th year now remembering my pap.  Everybody knows what a great guy he was around these fairgrounds.  I have to thank everyone on my crew, my family who always supports me, and of course my wife who lets me do this every week.

 

THE UNPLANNED CHAMPIONSHIP

As Hart had stated in March of this year, he had no plans to race for points.  He had been there and done that before.  He won the track championship at both Port Royal Speedway and Selinsgrove Speedway in 2021.  This year he was thinking more about winning at tracks he had not won at before and hopefully winning a couple of the bigger events he had not won before.

By April 7th this year, Hart already had wins at Winchester (VA), Port Royal (PA) and Bedford (PA).  He ventured to Hagerstown (MD) on April 8th and qualified up front before the show rained out.

The way the schedule worked out, Hart’s option on April 15th was Hagerstown.  He finished 3rd that night.  On May 6th he returned to Hagerstown because they were running the makeup feature from April 8th that he had already qualified for, plus a full show.  That night he collected a win and a runner up finish.

The season reached mid-June and Hart had already raced six times at Hagerstown, versus two at Port Royal, plus a few other one-off races.  It was all a result of rain outs and scheduling options, but the bottom line was that Hart was now in command of the point standings at Hagerstown.  

He was also on top at Port Royal, so Hart figured he would pick the races he wanted to run, where ever they were, and things would shake out on their own.

One of the races Hart wanted to win in July was a Steel Block Bandits race, which was…where else…Hagerstown.  He gave it a shot and finished 2nd in that race.  

Ultimately, Hart rolled into Hagerstown Speedway on September 1st for their final points races of the season looking to clinch the championship that he never intended to pursue.

He didn’t back into the title either.  That night he drove from 4th to 1st to win his heat, then led every lap of the feature to clinch the title with his third win there this season.  Hart’s worst finish in eleven races at the Maryland facility coming into that night was 5th, and he had only been off the podium two times in those eleven races.  He had been astoundingly consistent.

We never set out to do this but the way things fell into place, when we reached mid-summer, I figured why not try to win one here.  It was something I had not done before, so I’m pretty proud of that, especially when we were able to clinch it with a win and run so consistently here all year.”, Hart shared.

 

UP NEXT

Hart and the KHK Motorsports team will be at Hagerstown Speedway Saturday, September 15th for the Late Model Sportsman portion of the Small Car Nationals.  

 

SEASON STATS (Limited Late Model)

20 races, 9 wins, 19 top 5’s, 19 top 10’s, 19 top 15’s

 

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DEVIN HART / KHK MOTORSPORTS

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Devin Hart won the final points race of the season and clinched the Late Model Sportsman 2023 track championship in the process! (photo credit: WRT Speedwerx / Paul Wilson)
(photo credit: Jeremy Zarfos Photography)

Broadcast coverage of Port Royal Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for the support during the 2023 racing season!

Lucky Buck

Hungry Run Wine

FK Rod Ends

Penske Racing Shocks/Doug Distasio

James Stevens/JDS Racing

Brown’s Automotive

Gridiron Pizza

Gridiron Pub

Barron’s Racing Engines/ Tom Barron

Centre Boot Company

Baker Outlaw Carburetors

RN Moyer Hauling

Pellman Trade

Accu•Force Dynos & Testers

Mifflin Hill Beverage

Dave Poske’s Performance Parts

Kerlin’s Seafood

Lyndon Imes Auctioneering & Tent Rental

HRF Heishman Racing Fuel

Scheaffer’s Racing Oil

Harlings Hoagies

Glick Fire Equipment Company

Keizer Racing Wheels

Walker Performance Filtration

JR Toner/ Abel Signs

Hockdizzle Designs

Sauder Brothers Concrete

Diversified Machine, Inc. / DMI / BullDog Rears

Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Management

The Hilltop

Hooker Harness

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SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

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Devin Hart’s Last Minute Trip to Winchester Pays Off With a Victory

KHK Motorsports Unveils 2023 Season Plans

Port Royal, PA – March 23, 2023

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Mgmt

Photo Credit:  Jeremy Zarfos Photography

Devin Hart has been itching to get the 2023 season started.  Last weekend he had a choice to make.  He could stay home, he could haul about an hour for a test session, or he could haul two and a half hours to race.

Well, racers race.

Saturday morning, at their shop in the shadow of Port Royal Speedway, the team loaded up and by sunset they were standing in victory lane 130 miles away in Winchester, VA.

 

  • Date:  Saturday, March 18th, 2023
  • Track:  Winchester Speedway
  • City, State:   Winchester, VA
  • Quick Stats:  18 cars, Qualifying 1st in Group 3, Heat 1st (1), A-main 1st (3)

 

Successful Trip South

A field of 18 limited late models signed in for Saturday’s event at Winchester Speedway in Virginia.  Teams were divided into groups for timed hot laps to determine heat race lineups within their group.

Devin Hart set quick time in group number three, giving him the pole of the third heat.  He remained fast in the heat race and claimed the win handily.

By virtue of his victory in the heat race, Hart started 3rd in the feature.  He jumped out in front on the opening lap, then survived some pressure in lapped traffic and a late race caution to record the win in his Lucky Buck, Hungry Run Wine Cellars, FK Rod Ends, JDS Racing, Penske Racing Shocks, Barron’s Racing Engines, Centre Boot Company, Gridiron Pizza & Gridiron Pub, Brown’s Automotive, Rocket Chassis XR1 No.33k.

This was just one of those days where everything went our way it seemedWhen that hole opened up in turn one on the first lap, I went for it and got out front early.  Seemed like we were at the right place at the right time all day.  I hope we have a lot of these kinds of days this year.”, Hart said.

A  lap 18 caution, followed by a red flag on the ensuing restart, bunched the field and gave the frontrunners another shot at Hart.  He was up to the task though and held on for his first win of the season in his first opportunity.

We haven’t changed the core of our program.  We still have Barron’s Racing Engines power from Tom Barron under the hood.  We still have Penske Shocks by JDS Racing with great support from Doug Distasio (Penske) and Jim Stevens (JDS).  And of course, we are still in our Rocket XR1 chassis.” Hart added. 

“I can’t thank all of them enough for the great stuff they give us.   Along with the win, we learned some things today too, so it was definitely worth the trip.  Hopefully we can get all our great partners in victory lane a bunch this year.”

 

Hart's 2023 Goals

After dividing his time between the Steve Campbell owned No.2 and his own No.33k in 2022, Hart is back fully focused on his own program this season.

After winning track championships at both Port Royal Speedway and Selinsgrove Speedway in 2021, Hart fell short of repeating the feat in 2022.  He finished 4th and 2nd respectively at those tracks last season.

In 2023, Hart won’t chase points.

We’re going to run where it makes sense for us.  We’ll still be at Port Royal (Speedway) a lot; probably every time they have our division, but there are some bigger races we want to take a shot at when we can.”, Hart said.

Another part of it is we all have jobs, so we will work around everyone’s schedule and make the most of our opportunities to go racing.

Port Royal Speedway has eleven limited late model dates on their schedule, so that leaves plenty of room on the calendar for Hart and the KHK Motorsports team to roam.  Hart noted a handful of events at Hagerstown Speedway and Bedford Speedway as some the team have penciled in on their schedule.

If there’s one race I have circled on the schedule though, it’s the Butch Renninger Memorial at Port Royal.  That one honors my grandfather.  It would mean a lot to me to win it.”, Hart shared.

I have wanted to win that one since we started but it just hasn’t come together for us yet.  We race one week at a time but every lap around that place before September, in my mind, is just preparation for that race.”

 

Up Next

Hart and the KHK Motorsports team will open their Port Royal Speedway season this weekend with the track’s first Limited Late Model event of 2023.  

 

Season Stats

1 races, 1 wins, 1 top 5’s, 1 top 10’s, 1 top 15’s

 

Trivia Question

How many wins did Devin Hart accumulate in his banner 2021 season in the Limited Late Model division?

The answer in the next press release!

 

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DEVIN HART / KHK MOTORSPORTS

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 Press Releases:  A2DPR.com/latest-news

 Schedule:  A2DPR.com/events

Devin Hart (33k) at Winchester VA Speedway 3-18-23 (photo credit: Travis Trussell/WRT Speedwerx)
Devin Hart and KHK Motorsports in victory lane at Winchester VA Speedway 3-18-23 (photo credit: Travis Trussell/WRT Speedwerx)

Broadcast coverage of Port Royal Speedway events is available at FloRacing.com

THANKS TO OUR PARTNERS! 

The entire team would like to express their appreciation to all their partners for the support during the 2023 racing season!

Lucky Buck

Hungry Run Wine

FK Rod Ends

Penske Racing Shocks/Doug Distasio

James Stevens/JDS Racing

Brown’s Automotive

Gridiron Pizza

Gridiron Pub

Barron’s Racing Engines/ Tom Barron

Centre Boot Company

Baker Outlaw Carburetors

RN Moyer Hauling

Pellman Trade

Accu•Force Dynos & Testers

Mifflin Hill Beverage

Dave Poske’s Performance Parts

Kerlin’s Seafood

Lyndon Imes Auctioneering & Tent Rental

HRF Heishman Racing Fuel

Scheaffer’s Racing Oil

Harlings Hoagies

Glick Fire Equipment Company

Keizer Racing Wheels

Walker Performance Filtration

JR Toner/ Abel Signs

Hockdizzle Designs

Sauder Brothers Concrete

Diversified Machine, Inc. / DMI / BullDog Rears

Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Management

The Hilltop

Hooker Harness

Checkered Treasures-Motorsports Collection

SPECIAL THANKS

As always, thank you to all our sponsors and partners, including our silent partners who do everything they can to help but ask for nothing in return!  Below are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what these teams do possible.

 PLEASE take the time to browse this information and help the teams by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

PUBLIC RELATIONS

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We keep fans engaged with your story through our personalized press releases
We promote your marketing partners to give them the value they want for their investment
We increase driver & team visibility to reach more fans and potential marketing partners
We present the polished, professional image that marketing partners want representing them
We leverage our audience and business model to achieve all of the above

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Devin Hart Compiles Career Year

2021 Success May Be Just the Beginning for the Up and Coming Talent

Port Royal, PA – December 29, 2021

by Addicted2Dirt PR & Media Management

Feature Photo Credit:  Brian Rhoad / WRT SpeedWerx

Devin Hart and KHK Motorsports certainly amassed impressive statistics during the 2021 season.  The stats tell quite a story, but not the whole story.

 

There were some personal accomplishments that will make Hart, his family, and his team smile for a long, long time to come.  Before we get to those stories though, let’s take a quick look at the stats.

 

The Stats

 
In 2021, the KHK Motorsports team entered competition 32 times at 10 tracks in 3 states in their FK Rod Ends / Hungry Run Wine Cellars / JDS Racing / Barron’s Racing Engines / Penske Racing Shocks / Rocket Chassis XR1 No.33K.  They were victorious in 10 of those events, equating to an impressive win percentage of 31%.  

 

A closer look is even more impressive and backs up the use of the phrase ‘career year’.  Hart recorded 22 top 5’s (69%) and 27 top 10’s (84%) in those 32 outings.  In 13 starts at Port Royal Speedway, the 3rd generation racer from Port Royal, PA finished on the podium 9 times, including 4 wins and 4 second place runs. 

 

He was no ‘one track wonder’ either.  At Selinsgrove Speedway, Hart entered 7 events, never finishing worse than 8th and accumulating 3 wins and 5 podium finishes in the process.

 

Need more evidence?  The KHK Motorsports team also won at Bedford Speedway (PA) and Hagerstown Speedway (MD).  The latter included 2 wins and a 4th-place finish in his only 3 starts south of the Mason-Dixon line.

 

The Highs

 

The 2021 season started off strong for Devin Hart and the KHK Motorsports team.  They didn’t just win early; they were winning in convincing fashion from outside the top 5 starting spots.  There were wins from 6th and 10th at Port Royal Speedway in late March and early April, then a win from 9th at Hagerstown Speedway, followed by another win from 6th at Bedford Speedway just a couple weeks later.

 

The Hagerstown win was a career first at the Maryland facility for Hart, a track where he had been close in the past but had generally struggled.   “Mom, Bill (Weimer) and I were here in this victory lane 42 years ago with my dad, so that was pretty special“, Heidi Kauffman, Hart’s mother, shared about that night.

 

Four wins by the end of April, especially quality wins like those, will put a smile on the faces of any race team, but Hart’s team had no idea the best was yet to come.

 

The next chapter to unfold came on May 15th when Hart broke through for his first career win at Selinsgrove Speedway, another place where he had come close but never been able to close the deal before.  He would go on to back it up with a 2nd place finish the following week, plus two more wins in June at the 75 year old half mile.

 

Friday night, May 21st brought Devin Hart and the KHK Motorsports team to Port Royal Speedway for the Billy Vacek / Huey Wilcoxon Memorial race for the World of Outlaw Super Late Models and the Limited Late Models.  This was an event Hart had circled on his calendar at the start of the season.  On a personal level, this one mattered.  It mattered a lot.

 

Hart and the late Billy Vacek were friends, but it was more than that.  A few years back, their race shops were only a few miles apart.  The pair got to know each other when Devin would stop in to talk or help Billy any way he could around the shop.  As the 2018 season was getting started, Hart acquired a newer car and did some testing to shake it down.  The very next day Vacek sent a text asking how the new car was.  He even offered to stop at Hart’s shop and help him get familiar with the new equipment.  From that day on, Billy was never more than a text or a call away when Devin had a question.  Vacek even went to the track with the team about once a month, sharing his knowledge to help the talented young wheelman.  The bond continued to grow throughout the 2018 season and into the 2019 season.  Early in the 2019 season Billy had the opportunity to move to North Carolina to help Brandon Overton, so he headed south to pursue his dreams.  He continued to teach Devin from afar until his untimely passing in an unfortunate accident that summer.

 

So here Hart was, just a few weeks shy of the two year anniversary of losing Billy, strapping in for his memorial event, and wanting nothing more than to make his mentor proud.  I think you can say without a doubt he did just that.  Hart not only won the 25-lap feature event; he dominated.  He never relinquished the top spot, leading from wire-to-wire in an incredibly emotional win for himself, the entire family, and team.  There wasn’t a dry eye in victory lane.

 

Billy’s mom was on hand to congratulate Devin, present the trophy, and pose for photos with the ecstatic team.  The moment meant so much to everyone involved and it came to mean even more less than two months later when Billy’s mother sadly passed away after a battle with cancer.  Hart went on to back up the win with yet another trip to victory lane at Port Royal Speedway the following Saturday night.

 

The Lows

 

The season wasn’t all glory and checkered flags though.  Maintaining the level of performance Hart and his team had achieved is not easy over a long, seven month season.  When the weather heated up, Hart cooled down.  The team went through a stretch in July and into early August when nothing seemed to go their way.  There were mechanical failures, wrecks, and subpar finishes.

 

The sign of a great team though is how they respond to those times.  The entire crew kept putting in the effort and in mid-August, the team returned to victory lane, capturing the ‘W’ at Hagerstown Speedway in special fashion.  Hart battled throughout the race with cousin, and Tyson Hill Race Shop mate, Trent Brenneman and ultimately edged him to complete a memorable 1-2 family finish.  It was a night that would have made the boys’ grandfather and Port Royal Speedway legend, the late Butch Renninger, proud.

 

Devin's grandfather, the late Butch Renninger

Speaking of his grandfather.  As successful as Devin Hart has been, not only during his stellar 2021 season but ever since he moved into the Limited Late Model division in 2014, one very meaningful race has eluded him:  The Butch Renninger Memorial.  The event in honor of his grandfather is arguably the race Hart would most like to win.  He recorded a solid 4th place finish in this year’s 18th Annual edition of the event, but that wasn’t what Hart was after.  Next year’s event is already circled on the calendar.

 

Measuring Up

 

The team decided to venture to Portsmouth Raceway Park (PRP) in Portsmouth, OH for the Dirt Track World Championships in mid-October.  It would be their first time turning laps at the well-known 3/8th-mile, high-banked oval in southern Ohio, and it would give the team a chance to measure themselves against many of the best in the country.

 

The 2-day event showcases the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the Limited Late Models.  Friday’s on-track activity was rained out, taking away hot laps and time trial sessions.  With no opportunity to acclimate to the new surface, Hart was forced to dive into the ‘deep end of the pool’ so to speak on Saturday.  He certainly didn’t sink in that deep end.  He registered the 10th quickest lap of the 59 entries that went under the clock, putting himself in a solid position to make the show, something only 24 of the 59 teams would accomplish.  

 

Following a 3rd place finish in his heat race, Hart started 16th in the feature at PRP.  He proceeded to work his way into the top 10.  With seven laps remaining, while running in 8th position, a mechanical failure forced Hart out of the event.  Regardless of the official finish, the KHK Motorsports team had shown they belong in the conversation about the best Limited Late Model teams in the country.

 

When the dust had all settled on the 2021 season, Hart and his KHK Motorsports team had garnered a few more cherries on top of it all.  They won two track championships (Port Royal Speedway and Selinsgrove Speedway), plus were recognized on DirtOnDirt’s ‘Best Of 2021’ list.

 

“The thing that stands out in my mind about our season is winning two track championships.  That’s pretty cool.  It’s a tough thing to accomplish“, Hart shared as he reflected on his season.

 

What’s Next

 

The things we accomplished in 2021 year may change things a little for 2022, I think.  We don’t have to be locked into points racing.  These days you really can’t go into a season with a strict plan.  Schedules change; parts can be hard to get.  You have to manage your resources accordingly.  We are constantly reevaluating our schedule throughout the season to do what makes sense“, Hart explained.

 

The upcoming 2022 season schedule will likely look similar to recent seasons for KHK Motorsports, including some travel, but who knows where it may lead them.  One thing is for sure.  They will look to improve on their achievements of the past year.  That may sound like a tall order, but this wheelman and his team have shown they have what it takes.

 

Yeah, I guess it was a career year…so far anyway“, Hart said with a grin that clearly indicated he’s not done yet.  He’s got more to add to an already impressive resume.

 

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2021 Photo Highlights

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These are the businesses…the people…the families…that make what our team does possible. PLEASE support us by giving your business to these partners. 

Most importantly, tell them WHY you patronized them and thank them for being involved in racing!

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