Vast amounts of rain fell during the week and inundated the grounds at the Hamlin Speedway and once again had Promoter Randy Smith working overtime and then some to ready the speedway for an exciting night of Saturday night racing entertainment. Smith and crew went to work and once again had the speedway ready for action when the race cars began arriving in the afternoon. With that, the eighth week of the 2013 racing season at the Hamlin Speedway proved to be another spectacle of speed on Saturday evening in the Pocono Mountains with another great field of racers signing in and a great crowd of spectators filling up the seats of the facility to witness all of the top stars at Hamlin duke it out on the superbly conditioned 1/5 mile clay cushioned raceway and proving beyond a shadow of a doubt dirt racing remains king in the Pocono Mountains. More than 150 talented racers took part in the action packed nine division race card that was completed at 10:54. The magic that is Hamlin played itself out to another large weekend crowd and once again the cream rose to the top for the racers in their quest to find their way into the coveted Hamlin Victory Circle. Capturing wins during the evening of speed were "The Oxford Express" Dale Kober in the All Star Slingshot finale, "The 38 Special" Jared LaBagh picking up his fifth win of the season in the Junior Slingshots, and "The Flying Dutchman" Richie VanOrden in the Super Slinger main event. "The Dirt Diva" Shannon Smith racked up her second win of the season in the exciting Brodheadsville Chevrolet Stage One Modified main event. "The Edge" Eddie Strada rim rode his way to his fourth win of the season and second consecutive win in the Wingless 600 Sprint finale and "TK" Tommy Kunsman was spectacular in racing to his third win of the season in the 270 Sprint headliner. The Branchville Bullet" Kyle Rutledge claimed his second win of the season with a stout run in the Rookie 600 Sprint twenty lapper and Garden Stater Jenna Schostkewitz earned her first career win at Hamlin with a wire to wire run in the Rookie 270 Sprint headliner. The wingless 270 Sprint main went to Zack Bealer as he went wire to wire in a great run. Hamlin Speedway Promoters Randy and Denise Smith have earned a tremendous amount of praise from the racing community for having the speedway in tip top condition for the evening of events despite the heavy amount of rainfall that has fallen during the recent weeks of competition.