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September 26, 2020 - Bryan scores fifth place finish in Fall Fest at Bedford
Bryan Bernheisel was one of 19 Late Models on hand at Bedford Speedway (Bedford, Pa.) on Friday night to kick off the ninth annual Fall Fest. Receiving the seventh-starting position for his heat via the draw, Bryan jumped up three spots to place fourth. Rolling off seventh for the $2,000-to-win A-Main, Bernheisel clawed forward two positions in the 30-lap affair to register a fifth place finish behind Chuck Clise, Dylan Yoder, Jeff Rine, and Kyle Lee. ( photo)

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September 19, 2020 - Top-5 finish in Queen City 50 at Greater Cumberland
Saturday night found Bryan Bernheisel in action at Greater Cumberland Raceway (Cumberland, Md.) for the Queen City 50. In a field of 22 Ultimate Northeast Series entries, Bernheisel secured his spot into the $5,000-to-win A-Main with a third place finish in his heat. Starting in seventh, Bryan jumped up three spots in the 50-lapper to place fourth behind Ryan Montgomery, Mason Zeigler, and Matt Cosner with Mike Lupfer coming in fifth.

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September 12, 2020 - Bryan Bernheisel rules Lincoln foes for first win of the season
Bryan Bernheisel wired the field Saturday at Lincoln Speedway in Abbottstown, Pa. for his first win of the season.

The $3,000 triumph came aboard his Dieffenbach’s Kettle Chips No. 119 Pioneer Pole Buildings/ Lazer Chassis/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

“It’s great to get this win tonight. Just last weekend we had by far the best car at Bedford and broke down after we thought we had it in the bag,” Bernheisel noted. “It was really disappointing, so it makes it a little better that we were able come here this week and get some redemption.”

Starting outside the front row for the 30-lap main event, Bryan overtook Tyler Horst for the top spot down the backstretch to lead lap 1. Pulling out to a commanding lead on multiple restarts, Bernheisel went unchallenged to take the checkered flag 1.250 seconds ahead of Jason Covert.

Shaun Jones finished third and Gene Knaub crossed the line fourth. Bryan’s father, Jim Bernheisel salvaged a fifth-place finish after making contact with the wall while running second. “

This Lazer Chassis was good all night. I’m wore out, but that was a blast,” Bryan added. “The track was really racy; you could really go anywhere. I have to thank my family; they support me so much through all this. Of course, all of our great sponsors as well.”

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September 6, 2020 - Jim Bernheisel bags Top-5 finish in ULMS event at Selinsgrove
Taking part in the Zimmer’s United Late Model Series (ULMS) Labor Day weekend tripleheader, Bryan Bernheisel invaded Bedford Speedway (Bedford, Pa.) on Friday afternoon for the Labor Day 55. After topping the 35-car field in time trials, Bernheisel streaked to a heat race victory, which positioned him on the pole for the $7,055-to-win A-Main. Blasting into the lead on the drop of the green flag, Bryan set the pace for the first 44 circuits until a caution for another competitor realigned the field. With right-front damage from contact with a lapped-car earlier in the race dropping him from contention on the restart, Bernheisel was sidelined for the final 11 circuits.

The following night at Port Royal Speedway (Port Royal, Pa.) for the Butch Renninger Memorial, Bryan timed in third fastest in his group before placing third in his heat. With $5,333 on the line, Bernheisel faded five spots in the 33-lapper to place 14th.

Later that evening for the ULMS make-up feature from August 1st, Bernheisel dropped two spots in the 25-lap affair to register a 10th place finish.

On Sunday afternoon, Bryan and Jim headed to Selinsgrove Speedway (Selinsgrove, Pa.) for the $4,000-to-win finale. In a field of 27 cars, Bryan dropped three spots in his heat to finish fifth while Jim marched forward three spots to come home second behind Hayes Mattern. Starting the feature in third, Jim dropped two spots in the 30-lapper to place fifth behind Jeff Rine, Max Blair, Jared Miley, and Gregg Satterlee. Bryan salvaged a 10th place finish after visiting the pit area with 10 laps remaining.

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