Lynn Geisler Takes Lernerville Checkers for 109th Time!
 Sarver, PA (August 3, 2012) With his son and World Racing Group exec Ben Geisler in attendance for a rare visit with his family, Lynn Geisler strapped into the #1 Cochran Late Model and started on the pole alongside John Garvin Jr.  With 108 wins to his credit, the future Hall of Famer knows the way to Sheetz Victory Lane, but itís been three full seasons since heís driven there; though he does have wins as car owner of Mike Pegher Jr.ís Pro Late Model during that time.  After taking a quick lead and being dominant on restarts, Geisler led 23 of 25 laps to score his 109th career feature win to help celebrate the recent acquisition of the former Charapp Ford/Dodge/Jeep along Route 28 just a few miles south of the track; now the #1 Cochran Allegheny Valley MegaCenter! MORE

Lynn Geisler Kicks Off 2012 Season! 
Cranberry Twp., PA (May 8, 2012)  National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame member Lynn Geisler and the 'Geisler Gang' have kicked off another season of Geisler racing when Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway opened on Saturday, April 7.  Lynn finished 14th on opening night and then, because of rain, had two weekends off.  Geisler then debuted a brand new Rocket Chassis with a Roush/Yates Racing Engines powerplant at Lernerville Speedway on Friday, April 27.  Lynn captured a 7th place finish that night and followed that with a 13th place finish at PPMS on Sunday, April 29.  Last weekend, Friday and Saturday, May 4 & 5 Geisler challenged Lernerville and PPMS again with finishes of 14th and 11th.  Lynn will continue his assault on Lernerville and PPMS every Friday and Saturday.  

Geisler Picks Up Career Win #71 at Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway
PITTSBURGH, PA - JULY 9, 2011 - Sixty year old Lynn Geisler, Cranberry Township PA showed there is nothing slowing him down in picking up his 71st all time PPMS Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic Super Late Model DIRTcar win. Jim Stephans and Lynn Geisler brought the field down for the start, with third starting Mike Johnson grabbing the lead at the drop of the green. Geisler moved into second with Jim Stephans and Mike Davis following. For the next 18 laps Johnson looked like he had things going his way in the non -stop event, with a several car length margin over Geisler. But as the race wore on Johnson's tires began to go, and Geisler's got better and on lap 19 Geisler swept by for the lead in turns three and four and led the rest of the way. Mike Johnson held off Jim Stephans for second, with Mike Davis holding off last week's winner Brandon Burgoon and Steve Baker for fourth, followed by Ben Miley, Mike Norris, Mike Basich, and John Garvin Jr. The heats went to Mike Norris and Steve Baker. MORE