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JASON DEAN, KYLE LEAR & TREVER FEATHERS ALL CAPTURE 1ST CAREER SWEENEY RUSH LATE MODEL WINS IN WEEKLY SERIES ACTION; MATT LATTA TAKES RACEWAY 7'S LM SPECIAL

(Pulaski, PA)...While rain continues to be a factor nearly every weekend in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic, several of the Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Racing Series presented by Pace Performance family of speedways got shows in this weekend.


 
It all got underway Friday at Maryland's Potomac Speedway where Kyle Lear drove to his first win of the season in the 20-lap RUSH Late Model main. Lear, who lined up 2nd for the start, burst into the lead on the first lap and would lead the distance to collect his career first RUSH score and overall 25th at the track. "We've been getting better every race and I knew I had to take advantage of starting up front tonight," said Lear. "My crew and sponsors stick with me through thick and thin and I couldn't do this without them." "Futures Cup" points leader, Jeremy Pilkerton, was strong in second with current point leader Darren Alvey, Chuck Bowie and Megan Mann. After a week off for the Lion's Club Demo Derby, racing action returns to Potomac on June 14th.
 
Raceway 7 in Conneaut, Ohio hosted a $1,200-to-win Topless event for the RUSH Late Models on Friday night. After three preliminary heats and dashes, the 25-lap feature event got underway with Matt Latta being the class of the field. Latta remained out front, and in doing so avoided many of the incidents that brought out the yellow flag over the course of the race. In the end, it was Latta with his second win of the season followed by Bruce Hordusky, Jr., Breyton Santee, Darrell Bossard and Brandon Porter for the top five. Racing resumes this Friday with a full five-division show and autograph night.
 
Outlaw Speedway in the Finger Lakes Region of New York played host to the Sweeney RUSH Late Model Touring Series as the first leg of a three-night weekend swing for the tour. Jeremy Wonderling picked up where he left off last year and is poised to repeat his title. Wonderling bested all of the Outlaw record 29-car field to pick up the $2,000 win ahead of 12th starting Kyle Lukon in his first ever Outlaw start. Third through fifth were Chad Homan, Ryan Frazee and Jon Rivers.
 
After winning earlier this season at Dog Hollow Speedway, Bryan Benton captured his second RUSH Late Model win of 2019 taking the victory on Friday at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex. Roaring Knob announced they will now be running on Sundays. There will be no racing this weekend.
 
In RUSH Pro Stock action at Sarver PA's Lernerville Speedway, Tyler Dietz edged out a hard charging Joey Zambotti for his first win of the season. The defending Sweeney Weekly Series Champion uncharacteristically used the high side of the 4/10-mile to make the fast charge to the win. Zambotti held on for second with early leader Joe Kelley, Brett McDonald and Corey McPherson rounding out the top five. Weekly racing for the Pro Stocks continues this Friday.
 
While rain shortened the program at Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway on Saturday night, it was not before the RUSH Late Model 25-lap feature event was in the books. John Mollick of Toronto, Ohio was back to his winning form from a few years ago as he took the win over a stout field of drivers including Ben Policz, who has one win of his own in 2019. Christian Schneider, Nico Dabecco and Scott Gunn made up the rest of the top five. Even with a few of the PPMS regulars following the Touring Series race at Genesee Speedway on Saturday, there were still 18 cars. Action returns to "Dirt's Monster Half Mile" this Saturday.
 
Trever Feathers made some personal history on Saturday night when he scored two victories on the same night in two different divisions at Virginia's Winchester Speedway. Feathers wrestled the lead from Logan Roberson on the second lap and would lead the remaining 23 circuits taking his first ever win in the RUSH Late Models over Roberson, Levi Crowl, Mike Franklin and Jakob Piper. Feathers followed up his $800 RUSH win with a victory in the Limited Late Model class. Double points in all division will greet race teams this Saturday night when racing returns to Winchester.
 
It took first year RUSH racer, Jason Dean, just three weeks to capture his first win. After failing to make the Sweeney Tour race at Delaware International Speedway on April 17, Dean rebounded for a 10th in week two after more than a month of rain, and then powered to last Saturday's night Late Model victory. Derek Magee, Brandon Sturgis, Matt Hill, and Joe Warren were third through fifth.
 
Saturday night at Genesee Speedway, the weather was also a factor, but track management and RUSH Series officials chose to fight back! After waiting out a long two and half hour rain delay to get to the 30-lap RUSH Late Model Touring Series race, it was none other than Jeremy Wonderling again standing in victory lane. Fresh off his Friday tour win at Outlaw Speedway, Wonderling went two for two in the first two legs of the three-race weekend for the tour. As Wonderling rode away to his third straight $2,000 Tour victory, Jason Genco would have to fend off young Braeden Dillinger for second. Kurt Stebbins would have a solid run in fourth while Kyle Lukon drove forward from 12th to round out the top five. Racing returns to Genesee this Saturday.
 
Like many other Saturday night speedways in the Northeast, Dog Hollow was plagued by rain after only part of the show was in the books. In RUSH Late Model action, only Mike Ott was able to pick up a heat race win before the weather ruined the evening. Dog Hollow will try again this Saturday with a full program awarding double points.
 
Weather also plagued the packed pit area of New York's Fulton Speedway as the 122 cars checked into the pits were sent running for cover and then home after a hard thunderstorm popped up just after qualifying. Fulton will also be back to try again this Saturday.
 
Saturday night on the asphalt, the weather was not a factor as past champion Barry Awtey picked up his first win of the young season in the RUSH Asphalt Late Molles at the Jennerstown Speedway Complex in Pennsylvania's Laurel Highlands. Awtey bested Teddy Gibala, Zane Ferrell, Rick Boyer and Bryan Shipp for the victory. Ferrell and Joe Maruca got the heat wins.
 
In RUSH Asphalt Modified action, Jason Bush and RJ Dallape picked up the heat wins while Pittsburgh's Pete Rech took the victory in the feature. Rech held off a top five made up of Adam Kostelnik, Bush, Anthony Aiello and Tom Golik. Zac Todoro finished third in his heat but took the win in the RUSH Asphalt Street Stocks over Casey Fleegle, Aaron VanFleet, Jeremy Shaffer and Mel Wilt.  RUSH Asphalt Series racing returns to Jennerstown this Saturday.
 
Finally, on Sunday at Pennsylvania's Eriez Speedway it was the third leg of the three-day RUSH Late Model Touring Series. While the persistent rain over the previous few days could have been a factor, Eriez officials chose to go on with the show and were rewarded for their decision. Jeremy Wonderling came into the night's racing looking for the weekend sweep to extend his three-race Touring Series winning streak. But for it was not to be for the Wellsville, New York driver as Max Blair took the final leg of the weekend, increasing his 2019 RUSH Late Model Touring Series win total to three. Blair held off Super Late Model standout, Chub Frank, Kyle Zimmerman, Matt Latta and Wonderling. It was the second completed show of the season at Eriez. More to come this Sunday with a complete show.
 
RUSH Weekly tracks Sharon Speedway, New Stateline Speedway, Old Bradford Speedway, and Humberstone Speedway were all total washouts. Woodhull Raceway, the newest member of the RUSH Weekly family of tracks didn't have the RUSH Late Models on the schedule to allow their competitors to participate in the RUSH Tour Race at Genesee Speedway, but was ultimately rained out anyway. Stateline, like Woodhull didn't have RUSH Late Models scheduled due to the Tour race at Genesee; however, they did run the Monday (Labor Day) prior with Chub Frank capturing his first career RUSH win over a solid field of 25 cars.
 
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E-mail can be sent to the RUSH Racing Series at info@rushracingseries.com and snail mail to 4368 Route 422, Pulaski, PA 16143. Office phone is 724-964-9300 and fax is 724-964-0604. The RUSH Racing Series website is www.rushracingseries.com. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/rushlatemodels and follow us on Twitter @RUSHLM.
 

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Will Krup Wins Rain Shortened POET BioFuels 30


 

Lake Odessa, MI (Saturday, June 8, 2019) - The American Ethanol Modified Tour Presented by Allstar Performance took on Montpelier Motor Speedway for the first time in 2019 with the POET BioFuels 30.  Over 30 cars checked in for the chance at $1,500 and the title of an AEmods winner, but Tour regulars proved to be up to the challenge.


 

The evening began with American Ethanol Qualifying, as competitors battled for a chance to be the Motul Motor Oil and Lubricants Fast Qualifier.  In group one, Darryl Banks lead the way with a 15.598 over Todd Sherman’s 15.697 and Will Krup’s 15.846. Group two saw Ryan Cripe take the top spot with a 15.039, ahead of Scott Orr’s 15.743, and Logan Kickman’s 15.998.  Group three was lead by Bub Roberts with a 15.725 over Ryan Sutter with a 15.899, and Tony Anderson with a 15.996. The fourth and final group was lead by Zeke McKenzie’s 15.441, ahead of Scottie Williams’ 16.038, and Clayton Bryant’s 16.089.  Cripe would set the over all fast time, and take home the Motul Motor Oil and Lubricants Fast Qualifier Award.


 

In Allstar Performance Heat Race Number One, current points leader Will Krup set the pace, picking up the win ahead of Sherman, Daniel Sanchez and Dillon Nusbaum.  IBEC Heat Race Number Two was taken by Cripe, over Erin Orr, Scott Orr, and Matt Twining. Tony Anderson claimed the GetBioFuels.com Heat Race Number Three over Bub Roberts, Ryan Sutter, and Andy Bishop.  The fourth and final DUPONT Heat Race Number Four lead McKenzie to victory lane ahead of Scottie Williams, Brandon McComas, and Garrett Rons. The top two finishers from each heat race qualified for the redraw, while the top four transferred to the show.


 

Two Last Chance Qualifiers were needed to finalize the starting line up for the main event.  Lane Automotive Heat Race Number One took 2018 Montpelier Motor Speedway AEmods feature winner Bill Lewis to victory lane ahead of Darryl Banks.  American Ethanol Last Chance Qualifier Number Two was won by Jimmie HAager ahead of Clayton Bryant. Only the top two would transfer into the show.  Luke Hubbell was awarded the American Ethanol Champions provisional.


 

In the POET BioFuels 30, McKenzie and Cripe lead the field to the American Ethanol Green Flag.  Cripe made quick work of McKenzie, opening up a several car length advantage within two laps. His lead wouldn’t last long though, as the first caution of the night flew when Garrett Rons, Bryant Clayton, and Brandon McComas got together in turns one and two.


 

On the ensuing restart, McKenzie struggled off the line, allowing Sherman to get around him for second.  McKenzi held strong though, continuing to fight to get the spot back, but as he did, it allowed 7th starting Krup to close in.  McKenzie powered around Sherman for second on the top of the race track, as Sherman continued to put power to the ground on the bottom.  Sherman suddenly had company on the bottom, as Krup muscled his way to his inside. Krup wasted no time getting around Sherman, and was battling with McKenzie for second just two laps later.  Krup cleared McKenzie after a short battle, and had his sights locked in on Crape, and was reeling him in when a single car spin on the backstretch would bring out the second caution of the race on lap 12.

Light and intermittent rain added extra pace laps to ensure the track was good to race on, and drivers prooved it was.  Krup used his inside row two starting spot to pull along side Crape on the restart. The two waged a three lap, side-by-side battle before another caution flew at the half-way point for a two car spin in one and two - at the last completed lap, Krup had just edged Crape across the line, and would lead the field back to green.


 

With weather pressing down on the Speedway, driver put on their A-Game for the final laps.  Krup opened up a huge lead over Crape and McKenzi, who battled heavily for nearly half a dozen laps before the final caution of the night, when Bill Lewis got high in turn four, and spun to the infield at a rapid pace, crashing through Montpelier Motor Speedway victory lane.  As officials worked to free Lewis’ car from the wooden framework, weather continued to move in, and a brief heavy rain with just five laps to go would end the night, and send Krup to YellowHose.com Victory Lane for the second night in a row.


 

Next up for the AEmods is a trip to Ontario, Canada and Southern Ontario Motor Speedway for a doubleheader weekend Friday and Saturday, June 14th and 15th.  Keep up with the AEmods on social media including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and log onto AEmods.com for a complete schedule, points standings, and more!


 

Unofficial Results

POET BioFuels 30

  1. K19 Will Krup

  2. 24 Zeke McKenzie

  3. 23C Ryan Cripe

  4. 88 Scott Orr

  5. 22T Tony Anderson

  6. 18 Ryan Sutter

  7. 65 Todd Sherman

  8. 16W Dillon Nusbaum

  9. 2B Darryl Banks

  10. 5 Jimmie Haager

  11. 96 Erin Orr

  12. 77 Andy Bishop

  13. 1 Scottie Williams

  14. T5X Bub Roberts

  15. 118L Bill Lewis

  16. 463 Daniel Sanchez

  17. 4 Brandon McComas

  18. M1G Matt Twining

  19. 23 Luke Hubbell

  20. 114 Clayton Bryant

  21. 9 Garrett Rons


 

Lane Automotive Last Chance Qualifier 1:

  1. 118L Bill Lewis

  2. 2B Darryl Banks

  3. 27 Frank Paladino

  4. 7 Drew Smith

  5. 14B Josh Betts

  6. 44 Andy Sherley

  7. 80 Daniel Russell

  8. 9PG Percy Gendreau


 

American Ethanol Last Chance Qualifier 2:

  1. 5 Jimmie Haager

  2. 114 Clayton Bryant

  3. 80S Cole Sink

  4. 14S Jessica Sroufe

  5. 22 Will Bennett

  6. 98 Time Meine

  7. 23 Luke Hubbell

  8. 9N Travis Nichols

  9. 12 John McClure


 

Allstar Performance Heat Race 1:

  1. K19 WIll Krup

  2. 65 Todd Sherman

  3. 463 Daniel Sanchez

  4. 16W Dillon Nusbaum

  5. 27 Frank Paladino

  6. 118L Bill Lewis

  7. 2B Darryl Banks

  8. 80 Daniel Russell

  9. 12 Brian Williams


 

IBEC Heat Race 2:

  1. 23C Ryan Cripe

  2. 96 Erin Orr

  3. 88 Scott Orr

  4. M1G Matt Twining

  5. 5 Jimmie Haager

  6. 80S Cole Sink

  7. 14S Jessica Sroufe

  8. 1K Logan Kirkman

  9. 22 Will Bennett


 

GetBioFuels.com Heat Race 3:

  1. 22T Tony Anderson

  2. T5X Bub Roberts

  3. 18 Ryan Sutter

  4. 77 Andy Bishop

  5. 7 Drew Smith

  6. 9PG Percy Gendreau

  7. 44 Andy Sherley

  8. 14B Josh Betts


 

DUPONT Heat Race 4:

  1. Zeke McKenzie

  2. 1 Scottie Williams

  3. 4 Brandon McComas

  4. 9 Garrett Rons

  5. 9N Travis Nichols

  6. 23 Luke Hubbell

  7. 114 Clayton Bryant

  8. 12 John McClure

 

Krup Fights Back for Allstar Performance 30


 

Hartford, MI (Friday, June 7, 2019) - The first race of the 2019 season for Hartford Speedway featured the American Ethanol Modified Tour Presented by Allstar Performance for the Allstar Performance 30.  Dry and slick track conditions greatted the drivers on a sunny and warm afternoon, but that didn’t stop them from searching for speed.


 

In American Ethanol Qualifying, Jacob Poel showed his speed in his first ever appearance in 2019 by setting quick time in group one turning in a 19.266 second lap time ahead of Will Krup with a 19.363 and Bob Pohlman with a 19.396.  In group two, Bobby Stremme came in at the top with a 20.002 ahead of Bob Baldwin’s 20.516 and Rick Swartout’s 21.133. The final group saw Hartford regular Zeke McKenzie top the board with a 19.911 ahead of Dave Baker with a 20.461, and Curt Spalding’s 20.474.  With his performance, Poel captured the Motul Motor Oil and Lubricants Fast Qualifier award.


 

In Lane Automotive Heat Race Number One the field quickly sorted out into single file racing with current AEmods points leader Will Krup setting the pace.  The event went caution free with Krup picking up the win ahead of Bob Pohlman and Jacob Poel. In COMP Cams Heat Race Number Two, Bobby Stremme navigated around Bob Baldwin to go on to the win ahead of Baldwin, and Dan Hubble.  In the third and final YellowHose.com Heat Race Number Three, Curt Spalding held off a charge from Zeke McKenzie to collect the win, with Dave Baker finishing third. The top three drivers made the redraw.


 

The Allstar Performance 30 would see a stacked first couple of rows, with Krup and Dave Baker bringing the field to green.  Krup wasted no time on a slick race track pinning his K19 to the bottom of the race track, the preferred line all night. Baker though, showed that passes could be made in other places, as he took the lead from Krup three laps in, and appeared to be on a mission to stretch the lead.  Suddenly, Krup’s car fired off on the bottom and he pulled back alongside Baker to contest the spot. On lap eight, Krup retook the lead. He appeared to be walking away from the field as Jacob Poel surpassed Baker for second. A single car spin in turns one and two would hit the reset button with 15 laps to go.  On the restart, Poel slide high, allowing Curt Spalding to challenge for the second spot. While he couldn’t complete the pass, he did bump Baker off the podium. The race went green the rest of the way with Krup taking the checkered flag, Poel second, and Spalding rounding out the podium.


 

Next up for the AEmods is their first trip to Montpelier Motor Speedway in 2019 for the POET BioFuels 30.   Gates will open at 3:00 p.m., with Hot Laps at 5:00 p.m. and the American Ethanol Green Flag at 6:30 p.m.

 

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SANTEE, PIPER, SWANK, COOK, RICOTTA, LEBARRON & PIETZ ALL BREAK INTO VICTORY LANE FOR THE 1ST TIME IN 2019 IN SWEENEY RUSH LATE MODEL ACTION; CAREER 1ST RUSH PRO MOD WIN FOR NATE HARTZELL AT BRADFORD
(Pulaski, PA)...Finally, a weekend where weather wasn't the underlying topic of conversation! The Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Racing Series powered by Pace Performance family of speedways were able to pull off a full weekend of racing as all tracks have now got underway. In fact, it was the first dry weekend in western Pennsylvania since the first weekend of February! Seven drivers in the RUSH Late Model division were able to pull off their first wins of the season, while Nate Hartzell captured a career first in the Pro Mods.
 
It all got underway Friday when Ransomville (NY) Speedway held their first RUSH Late Model race in three years and a solid turnout of 20 drivers from New York and Ontario, Canada. The Sweeney Weekly Series event paid $700 to-win and it was Jeremy Wonderling continuing his hot streak. Fresh off three Tour wins in the last four races, Wonderling passed Paul Grigsby on a restart with two laps to go for the victory. Grigsby was second. Jim Johnson was driving his son Jimmy's car and had a solid third over David Pangrazio and Canadian Sam Pennacchio.
 
Down Route 90 and into Ohio at Raceway 7, it was Breyton Santee picking up his first win since July 13 of last year. After three heats won by Dave Airgood, Chad Sines and Chris Withers, pole-sitter Santee held off all comers to take the win over the 20-car field. Sines had his best career finish as Kyle Zimmerman, Darrell Bossard and Airgood rounded out the top five. It will be a RUSH-filled night this Friday at Raceway 7 featuring the weekly Late Models, the RUSH Sprints and the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds. It'll be the first ever appearance by the RUSH Sprints at the track and first of two straight appearances by the Mods.
 
Friday at Sarver, Pennsylvania's Lernerville Speedway where the RUSH Pro Stocks often provide the best racing of the night, they did not disappoint. Joey Zambotti held off an array of multiple time champions and winners on his way to the victory in the 20-lap feature event. Zambotti held off the likes of Joe Kelley and Corey McPherson, who alone hold nearly a dozen combined track championships. At the checkers behind Zambotti's second win were McPherson, Ryan Moyer, Brett McDonald and John Hartman. Racing returns to Lernerville this Friday with another round of "Fab 4" racing and Mid-season championships.
 
Saturday at Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway, Michael Duritsky, Jr., fresh off time spent following the RUSH Late Model Touring Series, admitted to using some of the knowledge he's gained from watching some of the top-level tour drivers to pick up his first win in the RUSH Late Model division at PPMS. Duritsky was followed across the line by last week's winner John Mollick, Christian Schneider, Tommy Schirnhofer, Jr., and Russ Matejka. A big seven division show is on tap at PPMS this Saturday with the return of the winged Sprint Cars and the first appearance of the year of the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds.
 
Jakob Piper collected his first win of the season at Winchester Speedway on Saturday night in the 20-lap RUSH Late Model feature. Lining up second for the start, Piper out-dueled Levi Crowl into the first turn to take the top spot. As Piper led, seventh starting Logan Roberson was coming to the front in a hurry and reached second by the 10th lap. The remaining 10 laps saw Piper and Roberson race nose to tail with Piper taking the win by a whisker at the start/finish line over Logan Roberson. Devin Brannon, Kyle Lear and Jennae Piper (Jakob's brother) rounded out the top five as another 20-car field was on hand. Racing this Saturday at the Virginia oval, where there will be double points for all divisions.
 
Saturday night at Strongstown, Pennsylvania's Dog Hollow Speedway, Colin Casale led the first lap of the 20 lap RUSH Late Model feature , but got out of shape out of four on lap two allowing fourth starting Jamey Swank to blow by. Swank looked fast and led 19 laps, but he had heavy pressure from Jared Kane and Bryan Benton. Those three pulled away with Swank taking his first career RUSH win in just his second start! Kane was a career best second over one-time winner Benton. John Britsky and Casale were fourth and fifth. The RUSH Late Models will be off at Dog Hollow now until Thursday, July 4..
 
Saturday at Fulton Speedway in the RUSH Late Model feature, Max Hill and Kevan Cook would lead the opening couple laps with two and three-wide racing behind the two in early fights for position. Chris Fleming would move into position behind Cook with five laps in the books. A two-car battle was the story for the remainder of the 20-lap event, with Cook able to hold off Fleming for his first win of the season. Chad Homan, Harry Halliday and Dale Caswell rounded out the top five. Action returns to Fulton Speedway this Saturday for a $1,000 to-win special. Also, the RUSH Late Models will try and get their first show of the year in at sister speedway, Brewerton, on Friday night.
 
Saturday at Delaware International Speedway, it was Matt Hill holding off a 19-car field and a five-minute rain delay to capture the RUSH Late Model feature. Sparky White used a restart to gain second place and outlasted a few more cautions to track down Hill, but could only manage runner-up spot. For Hill, it was his second DIS win in the past three weeks. Derek Magee, Tyler Reed and Joe Warren would round out the top five. The RUSH Late Models will be back at it this Saturday at the Delmar half-mile.
 
Doug Ricotta won the first two RUSH Late Model features ever contested at Genesee Speedway back in 2016 and since then has been a mainstay in the division; however, not until Saturday night was he able to return to victory lane. Ricotta led all 25 laps of the caution-free RUSH Late Model feature to return to victory lane for the third time of his career at the Batavia, New York oval. After the race he could not say enough about the effort his crew had made to get him back to the hallowed ground. "It has taken a lot of work to get this car right to the point where we can be competitive," said the veteran in victory lane. "This car worked well even right through the black." David Pangrazio, Jon Rivers, Bill Holmes, and J.J. Mazur wrapped up the top five. After a week off, racing action returns to Genesee Speedway on June 22.
 
Saturday night at Hartford, Ohio's Sharon Speedway, Garrett Krummert picked up the victory in the RUSH Sportsman Modified feature, making him the third winner in as many races during the rain-plagued 2019 campaign. In the non-stop event, Krummert, the 2018 Weekly champion, held off the likes of Jim Rasey, Tony Tatgenhorst, Kole Holden and Rob Kristyak for the top five. Pat Adams led from green-to-checkered in the 10-lap RUSH Sportsman Modified "Wheelman" event for non-winners.
 
The RUSH Sprint Car division has had an uphill battle with the weather just to get its' sophomore season underway. The fast growing, non-winged sprinters finally got one in the record books on Saturday at Sharon when Chad Ruhlman picked up the win. It was a Ruhlman top-five sweep for the Bemus Point, New York family of drivers, as the top five showed Chad as the winner, Brian Woodhall second followed by Chad's son Kevin Ruhlman, Chad's brother Brian Ruhlman and Zach Morrow. Both RUSH divisions will return to action at Sharon on June 22nd, but the Sprints will also be at Sharon on Tuesday, June 18 as they join up with the All Star Circuit of Champions as part of their Ohio Speedweek.
 
Saturday night at New York's Woodhull Raceway, Steve LeBarron picked up his first win in the RUSH Late Models this year. Following LeBarron, it was Jason Knowles, Kurt Stebbins, Brian Knowles and John Waters for the top five. Racing returns to Woodhull on Saturday for a "King of the Bullring" event for the RUSH Late Models.
 
Saturday's action wrapped up on the asphalt at Jennerstown Speedway in the Laurel Mountain region of Central Pennsylvania. Coulter, PA's Teddy Gibala picked up the win in the RUSH Late Model division followed by Joe Maruca Barry Awtey Brian Shipp and Zane Ferrell. In RUSH Modified action, it was Veteran Gary Scott picking up the popular victory ahead of Adam Kostelnik, RJ Dallape, Anthony Aiello and Chris Brink. The RUSH Street Stock feature went to Casey Fleegle. Aaron VanFleet came in second with Mike Davis, Jeremy Shaffer and Zac Todoro rounding out the top five.
 
Better late than never as Old Bradford Speedway finally got the 2019 racing season underway on Sunday night. In the RUSH Late Models, Damian Bidwell and Jeff Hoffman led the field to the green flag with Hoffman jumping out to the lead. Bidwell would run second until lap six when his car broke ending his night. On the restart, Hoffman would jump back out to the lead with Ward Schell in second. The race would stay green the rest of the way with Hoffman picking up his first win since July 8 of last year. Hoffman was followed by Schell, Andy Michael, Chad Schauers, and Zach Wiech.
 
In the RUSH Pro Mod division, Nate Hartzell and Adam Peterson led the field to the green flag with Hartzell jumping out to the lead. Steve Dixon would move in to second followed by Chad Carlson in third. At the checkers it was Hartzell picking up his first career win followed by Dixon, Adam Ashcroft, Chad Carlson, and Critter Hemphill. Racing returns to Old Bradford Speedway on June 23 when the Pro Mods will be in action.
 
It was week number three at Port Colborne, Ontario's Humberstone Speedway on Sunday evening. John Pinsonneault led the field at the drop of the green. David Pangrazio would take the lead away and was being pressured by Adam Ferri and Rob Pietz. Ferri would take the lead and then Pietz would take the lead away at the midway point and would not look back as he would go on to score his first win since May 27 of last year. Sam Pennacchio, David Pangrazio, Stan Zanchin in his first start of the year, and Tim Gillespie made up the top five. Humberstone's counts have been at least 15 cars for all three shows this year. They get back to action this Sunday.
 
Max Blair made it three-for-three in RUSH Late Model competition in 2019 at Eriez Speedway. Like he does so many times, Blair swept the night winning the Super Late Model feature and the RUSH Crate main event. Kyle Zimmerman has had a strong season as he's been on the podium all three nights in addition to a pair of top threes at Raceway. Scott Gurdak was third. After winning on Friday night at Raceway 7, Breyton Santee's fourth place finish on Sunday was his best Eriez finish of the year as was Darrell Bossard's fifth place effort.
 
Potomac Speedway in Mechanicsville, MD was off last weekend, but returns this Friday night for a "Shock the Clock" qualifying special for the RUSH Late Models.
 
Stateline Speedway in Busti, NY hosted the All-Star Circuit of Champions Sprints and will be back to weekly racing action this Saturday, when the RUSH Sprints, RUSH Late Models and RUSH Pro Mods join the racing program.
 
Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex was off last weekend and the RUSH Late Models are not scheduled this Sunday. Their next race for the RUSH Late Models is scheduled for June 23 at the Markleysburg oval.
 
RUSH Racing Series is brought to you by Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC & Pace Performance along with the support of Hoosier Tire, Bilstein Shocks, Sunoco Race Fuels, Bazell Race Fuels, Insinger Performance, MSD Performance, Holley Performance Products, Hovis Auto & Truck Supply, FK Rod Ends, Wehrs Machine & Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Jones Racing Products, TBM Brakes, Performance Bodies & Parts, Racing Electronics, Dirt Defender, Wrisco Industries, Frankland Racing Supply, Landrum Performance Spring, Ontime Body & Graphic, Trailer-Alarms.com, Bonnell's Rod Shop, Zarin Truck & Automotive, Sherwood Wheels, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, Lincoln Electric, Velocita-USA, Classic Ink USA, CrateInsider.com, and Valley Fashions.
 
E-mail can be sent to the RUSH Racing Series at info@rushracingseries.com and snail mail to 4368 Route 422, Pulaski, PA 16143. Office phone is 724-964-9300 and fax is 724-964-0604. The RUSH Racing Series website is www.rushracingseries.com. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/rushlatemodels and follow us on Twitter @RUSHLM.
 
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$10,000 TO-WIN "BILL EMIG MEMORIAL" PRESENTED BY HOVIS FOR SWEENEY RUSH LATE MODEL TOUR DRAWS NEAR AT LERNERVILLE'S WoO LATE MODEL "FIRECRACKER" WEEKEND; RUSH DRIVERS EAGER FOR HISTORIC EVENT
(Sarver, PA)...The countdown has begun for what will be the richest ever Crate Late Model event ever in the history of the Northeast that being $10,000 to-win "Bill Emig Memorial" presented by Hovis Auto & Truck Supply. The inaugural event for the Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC RUSH Dirt Late Model Touring Series powered by Pace Performance will take place in conjunction with one of the country's crown jewel World of Outlaws Late Model events, the "Firecracker 100" at Lernerville Speedway June 20-22, and will showcase Crate Late Model racing in front of what is expected one of its largest audience ever.
 
Since the announcement in January, the event has created a continuous buzz throughout the entire East Coast. Most recently, the event received national exposure with a feature article in the May issue of Dirt Monthly Magazine as well other renowned publications.
 
To accommodate the event, the majority of RUSH Late Model weekly-sanctioned speedways tracks will not be running the division in order to allow their drivers to support the event. Series director Vicki Emig feels that the event has the potential to far exceed their record car count of 58 cars from 2016 at Tri-City Speedway for "Manufacturers Night" presented by MSD Performance as cars are expected to attend from a minimum of 11 states as well as Ontario, Canada.
 
"I really have to thank Lernerville and the Tomson Family as well as the World of Outlaws for giving us the opportunity to be part of the Firecracker 100," stated RUSH Director Vicki Emig. "I don't think you can put a price on the exposure it will bring to RUSH, our Series sponsors, drivers, sanctioned speedways and Crate Late Model racing in general."
 
"Over 40 years ago my Dad pulled into the Lernerville pit area for the first time as a car owner, went on to forge a great relationship with Don Martin, and enjoyed great success at the speedway, but I don't think he ever could have imagined the importance and magnitude of this event that will be presented in his memory," continued Emig. "It's his passion for our sport that drives me every day to make RUSH the very best it can be and make him proud of the legacy he left. I don't think there could be a grander way to exemplify his love of racing than when the RUSH Late Models go four-wide that night for $10,000 to-win in his memory!"
 
"I think this is a wonderful opportunity to enhance the Firecracker with the largest purse ever offered to Crate Late Model racers in the history of the Northeast," said Lernerville promoter Father Tm Tomson. "With the addition of the RUSH Late Models to this longstanding premier event for the World of Outlaws Late Models, fans, racers, and sponsors will have the time of their life. Come and camp, enjoy the races, take part in all of the entertainment, and have a terrific time!"
Max Blair of Centerville, Pa., a multi-time RUSH Champion and the Series' all-time leading Tour winner, feels it's a huge deal for Crate Late Model racing. After winning the first two legs of the "Battle of the Bay" presented by Wehrs Machine & Racing Parts with over 50 cars each night, Blair stated that swing was the best stretch deal going for crate racing and brought out the best of the best.
 
"It's going to be huge," stated Blair, who has already won well over $13,000 in prize money in the five Tour events he's competed in to date this season. "I don't even have a guess on car count; 60, 70, 80 who knows. Hopefully the weather is good and it's a huge turnout so we can do it next year. I've never been really good at Lernerville so hopefully we can get it dialed in."
 
Scott Gurdak, 60, who has been racing for 44 years has not been to Lernerville for a while, but knows how to get around there.   "We will have to fight off more than Max Blair in this race," said the Bear Lake, Pa. driver on the "Bill Emig Memorial". "It's a good deal for everyone and a great thing to be able to be around the best and get a chance to race them. It's a big deal and a bigger deal for Crate Late Model racing and RUSH."
 
New York's Brian Knowles as well as his brother Jason will both be part of the June event. "I'm really excited," said Brian, who has run the Tour pretty much full-time for the last five years. "There's going to be more than the usual competition. There's going to be a big crowd and people who have never seen Crate Late Model racing; they're going to be in for a treat! And it's going to be a great way to promote RUSH."
 
For 22 year old Michael Duritsky of Masontown, Pa., it's a dream weekend. "We always run good at Lernerville and that's one of the big reasons I'm looking forward to it," said Duritsky, who has competed in Crate Late Models for five years, and is coming off a Sweeney Weekly Series win on June 8 at Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway.
 
"It's going to be really special to race for all that money as well as with bigger name racers," added Duritsky, who is in his first year running the Tour full-time. "For me it will pump me up making me want to do my best having so many eyes watching us with the huge crowd that is expected. It makes you feel really important being pitted against the big guys, hang out with them and watch them race, it's going to be a good experience."
 
"The weekend will definitely give RUSH more exposure and draw more attention to the RUSH Series. Vicki has been doing a great job getting bigger and bigger races for us! Can't wait for it, for sure," said a very excited Duritsky.  
 
Bill Kessler, 57 of New Brighton, Pa., is a former Super Late Model driver who returned to racing just three years ago in a RUSH Crate Late Model says, "It will be the biggest thing I've ever been involved in. I can't imagine two better events being brought together. You're going to have the best of the best from the World of Outlaws as well as from RUSH and the world of Crate Late Model racing- it's going to be amazing. I think the fans are going to love it! It's going to take everything you got just to make the show."
 
Thirty-five year old Sam Pennacchio of Niagara Falls, Ontario is also really excited about the event. "I'm definitely looking forward to the race with all the money on the line as well as racing with all the drivers who will be competing in the race," said Pennacchio who is also in his first year on the Tour. "I've never been to Lernerville before and it's another track that I've had on my bucket list."
 
"It's going to be huge exposure for RUSH," Pennacchio said. "It will give the Series and its drivers more exposure and put them in the eyes of the people who wouldn't normally know about the RUSH Series or the drivers."
 
"In my opinion, Lernerville is one of the top five dirt tracks in the country," said 20-year-old Braeden Dillinger of Dawson, Pa., who like Duritsky and Pennacchio is following the Tour for the first time. "Just the prestige of being part of the Firecracker and being there with so many big names and all the fans is really exciting. I truly believe this will get more people interested in Crate Late Model racing. It was a great idea to tie the two events together. It's going to get me pumped just knowing all those people are there, it's going to be good for everybody, the event in general, RUSH, the drivers and our sponsors, as well as the fans."  
 
"For me, the only thing out there right now is Crate racing," said John Mollick of Toronto, Ohio, who won a Sweeney Weekly Series race on June 1 at PPMS. "The high priced race engines are cramping the Friday/Saturday night racers, but with RUSH, Vicki enforces the rules and guys know what they are running against and that they're not going to be out-dollared. With the rules packages Vicki has in place in RUSH, it's the series to be involved with in the Northeast."
 
Mollick has been competing in both the Late Model and Sprint Car divisions of RUSH. "I'm a loyal customer," he laughed. "This event will defiantly give RUSH a ton of exposure and only help expand the Series."
 
"It's been on my calendar since we found out about the race," said 17-year-old Kyle Murray of Delevan, NY, who is another Tour rookie and also a "Futures Cup" championship contender. "There's going to be a lot of eyes watching us, many people who don't normally get to watch Crate Late Models. It's going to be a feeling that we don't necessarily get on a weekly basis. The adrenalin will be increased with all the drivers there and Lernerville's large grandstands filled. RUSH is definitely growing with more and more cars coming to the Series and I believe this event will also help bring more big money racers to the Series in the future. "
 
Unfortunately Bruce Hordusky, Jr. of Erie, Pa. will not be able to attend the event because of a wedding commitment. "Otherwise, I would definitely be there," said Hordusky. "It's going to be a great opportunity for RUSH to gain some national exposure."
 
As for the competitiveness of the RUSH Series, Hordusky points to World of Outlaws driver, Chub Frank, who has recently also been racing a crate and has not been dominating at all with just one victory. "That just shows you how competitive RUSH is and I think it's going to be a great opportunity for fans to see just how competitive the RUSH Series is and the show they can put on!"
 
Warm-ups and $100 FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying will take place on Thursday night (June 20) with the $25 FK Rod Ends heat races and the $100 "John Buzzard Memorial" dash on Friday night, and wrapping up on Saturday night with the last chance B mains, 50-lap $10,000 to-win feature, and the $400 to-win non-qualifier.

 
RUSH Racing Series is brought to you by Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC & Pace Performance along with the support of Hoosier Tire, Bilstein Shocks, Sunoco Race Fuels, Bazell Race Fuels, Insinger Performance, MSD Performance, Holley Performance Products, Hovis Auto & Truck Supply, FK Rod Ends, Wehrs Machine & Racing Products, Schoenfeld Headers, Jones Racing Products, TBM Brakes, Performance Bodies & Parts, Racing Electronics, Dirt Defender, Wrisco Industries, Frankland Racing Supply, Landrum Performance Spring, Ontime Body & Graphic, Trailer-Alarms.com, Bonnell's Rod Shop, Sherwood Wheels, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, Lincoln Electric, Velocita-USA, Classic Ink USA, CrateInsider.com, and Valley Fashions.
 
E-mail can be sent to the RUSH Racing Series at info@rushracingseries.com and snail mail to 4368 Route 422, Pulaski, PA 16143. Office phone is 724-964-9300 and fax is 724-964-0604. The RUSH Racing Series website is www.rushracingseries.com. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/rushlatemodels and follow us on Twitter @RUSHLM.
 
 

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Drivers Earn More with AEmods Contingency Program


 

Lake Odessa, MI (Thursday, June 13, 2019) - The American Ethanol Modified Tour Presented by Allstar Performance (AEmods) took on Hartford Speedway and Montpelier Motor Speedway on Friday and Saturday, June 7th and 8th.  Will Krup doubled-down and collected $3,000 for both feature wins, but other drivers will receive accolades as well, thanks to the AEmods contingency awards program.


 

On Friday, Luke Hubbell picked up the American Ethanol Performer of the Race Award by being the highest finishing driver (11th) running an ethanol blended fuel of 15% or grater, his efforts earned him an extra $250 for the night.  Frank Marshall put on a show for the fans, collecting the Allstar Performance Hard Charger award, gaining eight spots during the 30 lap event, coming from 15th to finish seventh. Curt Spalding was awarded the QuarterMaster Move of the Race Award for his lap 15 restart that set him up to finish on the podium.  Along with winning the event, Will Krup also earned the ARP Most Laps Led and the CompCams Halfway Leader Award. Bobby Stremme struck some luck with the American Ethanol P5 Award, and Zeke McKenzie and Bob Baldwin were awarded the Lane Automotive and Quick Car certificates for being high finishing members.


 

From Montpelier Motor Speedway, Will Krup again found himself in YellowHose.com Victory Lane, and he also took home the Quarter Master Move of the Race Award.  Darryl Banks was the Allstar Performance Hard Charger of the race going from the 19th starting spot to 9th during the rain shortened event. Brandon McComas was the American Ethanol Performer of the Race, finishing 17th in his American Ethanol blended fuel powered machine.  Ryan Cripe was in position for the ARP Most Laps Led Award, the ComCams Halfway Leader, and he was the Motul Motor Oil and Lubricants Fast Qualifier.


 

The AEmods contingency program and awards are available for all drivers who elect to be members with the AEmods.  Bonus money and product certificates are all part of the program during every AEmods event in 2019. The next chance for drivers to pocket extra awards is this Friday and Saturday, June 14th through June 15th from Southern Ontario Motor Speedway.


 

For more on the AEmods log onto aemods.com, or find and follow the Tour on social media including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.

 

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The 2019 USA is coming this weekend to Virginia Motor Speedway!
2019 FASTRAK Membership Form
2019 FASTRAK World Championship Pre-Entry Form
 

$3000 to win crates - $20,000 to win supers- USA 100 at Virginia Motor Speedway

The perfect opportunity to get in a little “paid practice” as we like to call it for the upcoming $50,000 to win World Championship on September 13-14. This event is running in conjunction with the USA 100 running the ULTIMATE Sanctioning. fastrakracing.com and click logo for either series.

This is a great show for the fans as they will see 100 laps of some of the best dirt late model racing in the country. The facility at Virginia Motor Speedway is second to none with suites, musco lighting and a fan friendly staff that makes sure you feel at home. There is free camping on the property with no hook ups. Come in a day early, park and enjoy yourself. vamotorspeedway.com

Both class formats: 
Hot laps, qualifying by groups A and B, heat races, B Mains if needed and crates 40 lap feature, supers 60 lap feature.

Complete payout crate late model
1) $3,000; 2) $1,500; 3) $900; 4) $650; 5) $600; 6) $500; 7) $450; 8) $425; 9) $400; 10) $365; 11) $340; 12) $325; 13) $300; 14-24) $275

Complete pay out super late model
1) $20,000; 2) $10,000; 3) $5,000; 4) $3,000; 5) $2,000; 6) $1,750; 7) $1,500; 8) $1,250; 9) $1,100; 10) $1,000; 11) $900; 12) $875; 13) $850; 14) $825; 15) $800; 16) $775; 17) $750; 18) $725; 19) $700; 20) $675; 21) $650; 22) $625; 23) $600; 24) $575

Complete payout for upcoming WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
1) $50,000; 2) $20,000; 3) $10,000; 4) $9,000; 5) $8,000; 6) $7,000; 7) $6,000; 8) $5,000; 9) $4,500; 10) $4,000; 11) $3,500; 12) $3,250; 13) $3,000; 14) $2,750; 15) $2,500; 16) $2,400; 17) $2,300; 18) $2,250; 19). $2,200; 20) $2,150; 21) $2,100; 22) $2,075; 23) $2,050; 24) $2,050; 25) $2,050; 26) $2,050

 

Chance for a regional Super Late Model driver to pick up $20,000 pay day

With the USA 100 slated for Saturday, June 15th at Virginia Motor Speedway, a true regional Super Late Model driver will have the opportunity to collect a career-high pay day. The 43rd Annual USA 100 will pay $20,000 to the winner of the 60-lap feature, with a full purse of over $56,000.

One year ago, Tyler Bare of Rockbridge Baths, VA, won the USA 100 in just his eighth outing in the car, earning not only his first Super Late Model win, but also the biggest win of his career. With the Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series racing on June 15th, a regional Super Late Model team can repeat the success that Bare saw in 2018 at Virginia Motor Speedway.

The 2018 USA 100 provided fans with plenty of drama with Bare taking the lead with just four laps remaining. Bare was able to hold off Brandon Overton and Dale McDowell in the closing laps.

Full Purse – USA 100 – Virginia Motor Speedway – June 15th 
1) $20,000; 2) $10,000; 3) $5,000; 4) $3,000; 5) $2,000; 6) $1,750; 7) $1,500; 8) $1,250; 9) $1,100; 10) $1,000; 11) $900; 12) $875; 13) $850; 14) $825; 15) $800; 16) $775; 17) $750; 18) $725; 19) $700; 20) $675; 21) $650; 22) $625; 23) $600; 24) $575

ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series Tire Rules
Hoosier 1350 or 1600 and American Racer SD48 or MD56 (no Arts 56). ANY 70 will also be allowed as an option for the RIGHT REAR ONLY.
Grooving and siping is allowed.


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FASTRAK drivers to compete for their share of $414,555 in purse money over the next 23 weeks

While mother nature forced her hand in canceling many spring races for the FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance, the weather is beginning to heat up and so is the competition in America’s first, and longest running Pro Late Model Series. Over the course of the next 23 weeks, the FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance is set to race 17 times. Drivers will be competing for their share of $414,555 in purse money alone through the end of the tour’s schedule, concluding at Screven Motor Speedway on November 16th. Meanwhile, the stars of the FASTRAK Racing Series will continue their quest for the $10,000 to win points championship. That quest resumes on Saturday, June 15th with the USA 100, paying $3,000 to win.

The 9th Annual UBB Miner’s Memorial is set for July 12th at I-77 Speedway, also paying $3,000 to win. The next night will see the FASTRAK Racing Series powered by Chevrolet Performance in action at “America’s Baddest Bullring”, Tyler County Speedway, for the 2nd Annual $7,000 to win Great American Crate Race. FASTRAK returns to Virginia Motor Speedway for the rescheduled $3,000 to win King of the Commonwealth on July 20th. The series then heads south for a Southern Georgia double-header with $2,000 to win at Oglepthorpe Speedway Park on July 26th and $2,000 to win at Patriots Park Raceway on July 27th.



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FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly roundup

Michael Bland was able to keep hold of the top spot in the FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship. The Pineville, WV driver had a runner-up finish at Elkins Raceway and a third place showing at Lizard Creek Speedway. Bland leads the points by 37 points over Troy Frazier who had a seventh-place finish at Elkins and a runner-up in his first visit to Latrobe Speedway.

The 2018 FASTRAK World Champion, Logan Roberson, picked up the win at Elkins Raceway on Friday night. Braedon Dillinger won at Latrobe Speedway, with Shane Greco taking home the checkers at Lizard Creek Speedway.

This weekend’s action saw Donnie Dotson move into third in the FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Championship standings, by way of his sixth place finish at Elkins Raceway.

Feature Results – Elkins Raceway – June 7th 
1) Logan Roberson; 2) Michael Bland; 3) Billy Beachler; 4) AJ Spagnuolo; 5) Garrett Paugh; 6) Donnie Dotson; 7) Troy Frazier; 8) Sparky Davisson; 9) Craig Daft; 10) John Over; 11) Lucas McDonald; 12) Skip Hare; 13) Derrick Shaw; 14) Luke Hyre; 15) Trey Watson; 16) Tyler Foster; 17) Chad Judy; 18) Chandi Currence; 19) Garrett Jones; 20) Kaitlyn Frazier; DNS) Kyle Lukon

Feature Results – Latrobe Speedway – June 8th 
1) Braedon Dillinger; 2) Troy Frazier; 3) Joel Prosser; 4) Troy Shields; 5) Bob Nelson; 6) Russel Baird; 7) Rob King; 8) Eric Smith....

 

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USA 100 THIS SATURDAY AT VIRGINIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY
The perfect opportunity to get in a little “paid practice” as we like to call it for the upcoming $50,000 to win World Championship on September 13-14. This event is running in conjunction with the USA 100 running the ULTIMATE Sanctioning. www.fastrakracing.com  and click logo for either series.

This is a great show for the fans as they will see 100 laps of some of the best dirt late model racing in the country. The facility at Virginia Motor Speedway is second to none with suites, musco lighting and a fan friendly staff that makes sure you feel at home. There is free camping on the property with no hook ups. Come in a day early, park and enjoy yourself.
www.vamotorspeedway.com

Both class formats:
Hot laps, qualifying by groups A and B, heat races, B Mains if needed and crates 40 lap feature, supers 60 lap feature.

Complete payout crate late model
1) $3,000; 2) $1,500; 3) $900; 4) $650; 5) $600; 6) $500; 7) $450; 8) $425; 9) $400; 10) $365; 11) $340; 12) $325; 13) $300; 14-24) $275
 
Complete pay out super late model
1) $20,000; 2) $10,000; 3) $5,000; 4) $3,000; 5) $2,000; 6) $1,750; 7) $1,500; 8) $1,250; 9) $1,100;
10) $1,000; 11) $900; 12) $875; 13) $850; 14) $825; 15) $800; 16) $775; 17) $750; 18) $725; 19) $700;
20) $675; 21) $650; 22) $625; 23) $600; 24) $575
 
Complete payout for upcoming WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
1) $50,000; 2) $20,000; 3) $10,000; 4) $9,000; 5) $8,000; 6) $7,000; 7) $6,000; 8) $5,000; 9) $4,500; 10) $4,000; 11) $3,500; 12) $3,250; 13) $3,000; 14) $2,750; 15) $2,500; 16) $2,400; 17) $2,300; 18) $2,250; 19). $2,200; 20) $2,150; 21) $2,100; 22) $2,075; 23) $2,050; 24) $2,050; 25) $2,050; 26) $2,050
The 2019 USA 100 is coming to Virginia Motor Speedway!
 

2019 Sweeney Touring Series Schedule*

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Wed, April 17 Delaware International Speedway Delmar, DE $4,000 Marquee
Thr, April 18 Georgetown Speedway Georgetown, DE $3,000 Marquee
Fri, April 19 Potomac Speedway Mechanicsville, MD $3,000 Marquee
Sat, April 20 Winchester Speedway Winchester, VA $3,000 Marquee
Sat, May 18 Stateline Speedway Busti, NY $2,000 Marquee
Fri, May 31 Outlaw Speedway Dundee, NY $2,000 Marquee
Sat, June 1 Genesee Speedway Batavia, NY $2,000 Marquee
Sun, June 2 Eriez Speedway Erie, PA $2,000 Marquee
Thr-Sat,
June 20-22
Lernerville Speedway Sarver, PA $10,000 Marquee
Sat, June 29 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA $2,000 Marquee
Tue, July 2 Weedsport Speedway Weedsport, NY $2,000 Marquee
Fri, July 12 Autodrome Granby Granby, QC, Can. $4,000 Platinum
Sat, July 13 Le RPM Speedway Saint-Marcel-de-Richelieu, QC, Can. $4,000 Platinum
Fri, August 2 Dog Hollow Speedway Northern Cambria, PA $2,000 Marquee
Sat, August 10 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA $6,010 Marquee
Fri-Sat,
October 4-5
Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Imperial, PA $4,000 Marquee
Fri-Sat,
October 18-19
Lernerville Speedway Sarver, PA $2,000 Marquee

*Schedule is subject to change.  Additional date(s) may be added. 

 

American Ethanol Late Model Tour 2019 Schedule

Friday, March 29 – Thaw Brawl Presented by Hoker Trucking – LaSalle Speedway (IL) - $5,000

Saturday, March 30 – Thaw Brawl Presented by Hoker Trucking – LaSalle Speedway (IL) - $15,000

Friday, April 19 – Ice Breaker – I-96 Speedway (MI) - $4,000

Saturday, April 20 – Plymouth Speedway (IN) - $4,000

Saturday, May 4 – Montpelier Motor Speedway (IN) - $4,000

Friday, May 10 – Attica Raceway Park (OH) - $4,000

Saturday, May 11 – Radio Active 40 – Atomic Speedway (OH) - $4,000

Saturday, May 18 – Brownstown Speedway (IN) - $4,000

Sunday, May 19 – Gas City Speedway (IN) - $4,000

Friday, May 24 – I-96 Speedway (MI) - $4,000

Saturday, May 25 – Thunderbird Raceway (MI) - $4,000

Sunday, May 26 – Merritt Speedway (MI) - $4,000

Friday, June 21 – Hartford Speedway (MI) - $4,000

Friday, June 28 – I-96 Speedway (MI) - $4,000

Friday, July 5 – Merritt Speedway (MI) – TBA

Saturday, July 6 – 31st Annual Wood Tic – Merritt Speedway (MI) - $7,000

Sunday, July 21 – 9th Annual Bill Waite Jr. Memorial Classic – LaSalle Speedway (IL) - $6,000

Saturday, August 17 – Montpelier Motor Speedway (IN) - $4,000

Friday, August 30 – Famer City Raceway - $5,000

Saturday, August 31 – Fairbury American Legion Speedway - $5,000

Saturday, September 14 – Hartford Speedway - $4,000

Friday, September 27 – Fan Fueled 50k – LaSalle Speedway (IL) – TBA

Saturday, September 28 – Fan Fueled 50k – LaSalle Speedway (IL) – TBA

Saturday, October 12 – Fall 50 – Atomic Speedway (OH) - $5,000

 

April 6 & 7 – Apple Cup, Yakima Speedway,

Yakima, WA

 

April 27 – Leonard Evans 150, Wenatchee Valley Super Oval, Wenatchee, WA

 

June 1 – South Sound 125, South Sound Speedway,

Tenino, WA

 

July 27 – Central Welding 125, Evergreen Speedway,

Monroe, WA

 

Sept 1 – Labor Day Spectacular 125, Hermiston Raceway, Hermiston, OR

 

Sept 21 – Neal Newberry 125, Wenatchee Valley Super Oval, Wenatchee, WA

 

Oct 5 & 6 – Fall Classic, Yakima Speedway, Yakima, WA

 

  MARCH
3-3 March Madness
Cherokee Speedway
Gaffney, South Carolina
135 Bash at the Beach Night #1
Southern Raceway
Milton, Florida
16 Bash at the Beach Night #2
Southern Raceway
Milton, Florida
24 March Madness
Cherokee Speedway
Gaffney, South Carolina
APRIL
20 1st Annual King of the Hill
Thunderhill Raceway
Summertown, TN
26 Rockin' with the Stars
Smoky Mountain Speedway
Maryville, Tennessee
27 NASCAR Weekend
Talladega Short Track
Eastaboga, Alabama
MAY
4 1st Annual King of the Hill
Thunderhill Raceway
Summertown, TN
18 50th Anniversary Race
Senoia Raceway
Senoia, Georgia
31 Night Before the Mike
Richmond Raceway
Richmond, Kentucky
JUNE
1 Mike Roland Memorial
Richmond Raceway
Richmond, Kentucky
7 River City Rumble
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Pooler, Georgia
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Milton, Florida
     
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Milton, Florida
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Pooler, Georgia
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Sweetwater, Tennessee
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Maryville, Tennessee
     
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Eastaboga, Alabama
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