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Sheppard Collects Fourth Career Dirt Track World Championship at Portsmouth
Portsmouth, OH (October 17, 2020) - Brandon Sheppard captured the 40th Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship - Presented by Optima Batteries on Saturday Night at Portsmouth Raceway Park. Sheppard earned $100,000 for his fourth career win in the crown jewel event sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. With the win, Sheppard became the third driver in the 40-year history of the event to score back-to-back wins, joining Josh Richards and Scott Bloomquist.
 
Ricky Thornton Jr. finished in second for his best career finish in the event with Tim McCreadie claiming third at the finish. McCreadie had led the first 23 laps of the 100-lap affair until yielding the top spot to Sheppard, who started 11th. Chris Madden; in his first DTWC start in 14 years; finished in fourth and 22nd-place starter Tyler Erb rounded out the top five drivers at the finish.
 
McCreadie, who had already clinched second place in the championship point standings, sprinted to the lead at the start of the richest first-place prize money offered in dirt late model racing this year.  McCreadie held off challenges from last year's DTWC runner-up Mike Marlar for several laps until Marlar lost the second spot to Sheppard on lap 21.  
 
Sheppard made his move to the lead three laps later taking over the top spot on lap 24. Zack Dohm was on the move taking the second spot on lap 35 and started to challenge Sheppard for the lead. Dohm pulled even with Sheppard a couple of times until lap 75 when Thornton moved into second place. Thornton held the second position until the finish.
 
In Lucas Oil Victory Lane for the fifth time in 2020 the 27-year-old Sheppard withstood some tense caution flags laps to get the win. "I will tell you what, I love this place. As hard as its been all weekend I knew it was going to be around the bottom at the end of the race. I knew when I rolled out there for the race, drive as hard as I could to get to the front as soon as I could. So that was kind of the game plan. We went a little different on tires than we normally do here. We had an early game, but once we got the lead we didn't know what we were going to do."
 
"Our car was good just like it has been all year long. I think that's 31 wins this year so that's really awesome. During those cautions I had too much time to think about my right rear tire for sure. When I was in lap traffic I tried to pass them one time and I didn't feel good and so I tucked back in behind them. Zack showed me his nose on the outside and when he showed the line a little bit different in one and two, that got me going a little bit better."
 
Thornton was coming off his first career LOLMDS win at Pittsburgh came home in second. "I honestly don't think the cautions mattered. He [Sheppard] had a really good car. I was going to try and go to the top if I got close enough. On the restarts he would really take off and it took me about 5 or 6 laps to get going. We ran a little hard on tires and I knew on the restarts we wouldn't be as good as those other guys."
 
McCreadie wound up third in the final rundown. "I gave it my best shot. I was too good too early, and I didn't know where to be on the track. When Sheppard got by me I was just kind of got lost for a few laps and it cost us. On the restarts I just couldn't get a clear track to make a move."
 
The winner's Mark Richards Racing Rocket Chassis is powered by a Durham Racing Engines and is sponsored by Valvoline, Seubert Calf Ranches, Gunters Honey, Ace Metal Works, Integra Racing Shocks, Sunoco Race Fuels, Sallack Well Services Keyser, and Rocket 1 Pre-Owned Motors.
 
Completing the top ten were Zack Dohm, Billy Moyer Jr., Boom Briggs, Kyle Bronson, and Jason Feger.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series 
Race Summary 
40th Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship - Presented by Optima Batteries
Saturday, October 17th, 2020
Portsmouth Raceway Park - Portsmouth, OH

Lucas Oil Time Trials
Fast Time Group A: Tim McCreadie / 15.911 seconds (overall) 
Fast Time Group B: Shane Clanton / 16.002 seconds

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 22F-Chris Ferguson[1]; 2. 44M-Chris Madden[3]; 3. 29V-Darrell Lanigan[2]; 4. 1T-Tyler Erb[6]; 5. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[5]; 6. 58-Ross Bailes[4]; 7. D8-Dustin Linville[8]; 8. 16-Tyler Bruening[7]; 9. 144-Anthony Kinkade[9]; 10. 10C-Craig Christian[10]; 11. (DNS) 1A-Audie Swartz

FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 0-Scott Bloomquist[2]; 2. 1S-Brandon Sheppard[3]; 3. 3S-Brian Shirley[5]; 4. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[4]; 5. 44-Colten Burdette[1]; 6. 9-Devin Moran[7]; 7. 49-Jonathan Davenport[6]; 8. 81-Jason Riggs[9]; 9. 0P-Steve Prince[10]; 10. 17T-Tim Vance[8]

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 76-Brandon Overton[2]; 2. C9-Steve Casebolt[5]; 3. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[1]; 4. 0PD-Freddie Carpenter[8]; 5. 83-Scott James[6]; 6. 32A-Tyler Carpenter[7]; 7. 33K-Kevin Wagner[9]; 8. 25-Shane Clanton[3]; 9. 16C-Michael Conley Jr[11]; 10. 69-Jon Hodgkiss[10]; 11. 71-Hudson O'Neal[4]

Ohlins Shocks Heat Race #4 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 76-Brandon Overton[2]; 2. C9-Steve Casebolt[5]; 3. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[1]; 4. 0PD-Freddie Carpenter[8]; 5. 83-Scott James[6]; 6. 32A-Tyler Carpenter[7]; 7. 33K-Kevin Wagner[9]; 8. 25-Shane Clanton[3]; 9. 16C-Michael Conley Jr[11]; 10. 69-Jon Hodgkiss[10]; 11. 71-Hudson O'Neal[4]

MyRacePass Heat Race #5 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[3]; 2. 14-Josh Richards[2]; 3. 21H-Robby Hensley[6]; 4. 25F-Jason Feger[7]; 5. 72C-Jason Covert[5]; 6. 40B-Kyle Bronson[4]; 7. 31T-Tyler Millwood[1]; 8. 79-Doug Drown[9]; 9. 24D-Michael Brown[8]; 10. 17ST-Shannon Thornsberry[10]

Lucas Oil Heat Race #6 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 157-Mike Marlar[1]; 2. 99B-Boom Briggs[2]; 3. 777-Jared Landers[3]; 4. 6-Kyle Larson[5]; 5. 88-Trent Ivey[4]; 6. 22-Gregg Satterlee[7]; 7. 25B-Mike Benedum[9]; 8. 95-Jerry Bowersock[6]; 9. 20B-Todd Brennan[8]; 10. 316-Fast Eddy[10]

Tiger Rear Ends B-Main #1 Finish (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 1. 20-Jimmy Owens[3]; 2. 1T-Tyler Erb[2]; 3. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[4]; 4. 4G-Kody Evans[7]; 5. 81E-Tanner English[5]; 6. D8-Dustin Linville[8]; 7. 71C-RJ Conley[9]; 8. 2S-Stormy Scott[15]; 9. 81F-Brandon Fouts[11]; 10. 16-Tyler Bruening[10]; 11. 144-Anthony Kinkade[12]; 12. 4B-Jackie Boggs[13]; 13. 10C-Craig Christian[14]; 14. 1A-Audie Swartz[16]; 15. (DNS) 58-Ross Bailes; 16. (DNS) 8-Kyle Strickler

FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 1. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[1]; 2. 9-Devin Moran[5]; 3. 71-Hudson O'Neal[15]; 4. 49-Jonathan Davenport[7]; 5. 44-Colten Burdette[3]; 6. 81-Jason Riggs[9]; 7. 33K-Kevin Wagner[8]; 8. 83-Scott James[4]; 9. 0P-Steve Prince[11]; 10. 17T-Tim Vance[13]; 11. 69-Jon Hodgkiss[14]; 12. 16C-Michael Conley Jr[12]; 13. 0PD-Freddie Carpenter[2]; 14. 25-Shane Clanton[10]; 15. 32A-Tyler Carpenter[6]

Sunoco Race Fuels B-Main #3 Finish (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 1. 40B-Kyle Bronson[5]; 2. 25F-Jason Feger[1]; 3. 79-Doug Drown[9]; 4. 72C-Jason Covert[3]; 5. 24D-Michael Brown[11]; 6. 22-Gregg Satterlee[6]; 7. 25B-Mike Benedum[8]; 8. 88-Trent Ivey[4]; 9. 20B-Todd Brennan[12]; 10. 95-Jerry Bowersock[10]; 11. 31T-Tyler Millwood[7]; 12. 316-Fast Eddy[14]; 13. 6-Kyle Larson[2]; 14. (DNS) 17ST-Shannon Thornsberry

Jim Dunn Memorial Non-Qualifiers Race Finish (25 Laps): 1. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[1]; 2. 44-Colten Burdette[5]; 3. 71C-RJ Conley[10]; 4. D8-Dustin Linville[7]; 5. 83-Scott James[13]; 6. 24D-Michael Brown[6]; 7. 79-Doug Drown[2]; 8. 81-Jason Riggs[8]; 9. 33K-Kevin Wagner[11]; 10. 25B-Mike Benedum[12]; 11. 144-Anthony Kinkade[19]; 12. 0PD-Freddie Carpenter[25]; 13. 81F-Brandon Fouts[15]; 14. 32A-Tyler Carpenter[24]; 15. 69-Jon Hodgkiss[22]; 16. 0P-Steve Prince[16]; 17. 95-Jerry Bowersock[20]; 18. 4G-Kody Evans[3]; 19. 20B-Todd Brennan[17]; 20. 17T-Tim Vance[18]; 21. 16C-Michael Conley Jr[23]; 22. (DNS) 4B-Jackie Boggs; 23. (DNS) 72C-Jason Covert; 24. (DNS) 88-Trent Ivey; 25. (DNS) 31T-Tyler Millwood; 26. (DNS) 22-Gregg Satterlee

Lucas Oil Feature Finish (100 Laps):
Pos
Start
Car #
Competitor
Hometown
Pay
1
11
1S
Brandon Sheppard
New Berlin, IL
$100,000
2
4
20RT
Ricky Thornton Jr
Adel, IA
$20,000
3
1
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
$10,700
4
9
44M
Chris Madden
Gray Court, SC
$7,000
5
22
1T
Tyler Erb
New Waverly, TX
$5,700
6
7
17D
Zack Dohm
Cross Lanes, WV
$3,500
7
14
21
Billy Moyer Jr
Batesville, AR
$3,900
8
12
99B
Boom Briggs
Bear Lake, PA
$3,000
9
21
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
$3,500
10
24
25F
Jason Feger
Bloomington, IL
$2,500
11
25
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
$3,450
12
30
2S
Stormy Scott
Las Cruces, NM
$500
13
20
1
Earl Pearson Jr
Jacksonville, FL
$3,150
14
26
25
Shane Clanton
Zebulon, GA
$3,000
15
5
0
Scott Bloomquist
Mooresburg, TN
$2,250
16
27
81E
Tanner English
Benton, KY
$1,000
17
28
16
Tyler Bruening
Decorah, IA
$950
18
29
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$200
19
3
22F
Chris Ferguson
Mt. Holly, NC
$2,075
20
10
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
$2,860
21
8
C9
Steve Casebolt
Richmond, IN
$2,050
22
23
9
Devin Moran
Dresden, OH
$2,740
23
18
777
Jared Landers
Benton, AR
$2,030
24
6
157
Mike Marlar
Winfield, TN
$2,020
25
15
29V
Darrell Lanigan
Union, KY
$2,010
26
16
21H
Robby Hensley
Walton, KY
$2,000
27
19
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
$2,900
28
13
6T
Tim Dohm
Charleston, WV
$2,000
29
17
3S
Brian Shirley
Chatham, IL
$2,000
30
31
6
Kyle Larson
Elk Grove, CA
$2,000
31
2
76
Brandon Overton
Evans, GA
$2,000

Race Statistics
Entrants: 63
Lap Leaders: Tim McCreadie (Laps 1 - 23); Brandon Sheppard (Laps 24 - 53); Zack Dohm (Lap 54); Brandon Sheppard (Laps 55 - 100)
Wrisco Feature Winner: Brandon Sheppard
Margin of Victory: 0.953 seconds
Cautions: Brandon Overton (Lap 2); Josh Richards (Lap 13); Kyle Larson (Lap 15); Robby Hensley (Lap 74); Devin Moran (Lap 76); Devin Moran (Lap 83); Chris Ferguson, Tanner English (Lap 94); Steve Casebolt (Lap 94); Hudson O'Neal (Lap 98)
Series Provisionals: Jonathan Davenport, Shane Clanton
Fast Time Provisional: n/a
Series Emergency Provisionals: Tanner English, Tyler Bruening, Hudson O'Neal, Stormy Scott
Promotor Provisional: Kyle Larson
Big River Steel Podium Top 3: Brandon Sheppard, Ricky Thornton Jr., Tim McCreadie
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Stormy Scott (Advanced 18 Positions) 
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jimmy Owens
Allstar Performance Most Laps Led: Brandon Sheppard (76 Laps)
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Brandon Sheppard
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tanner English
ARP Engine Builder of the Race: Durham Racing Engines
Miller Welders Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Danny White (Brandon Sheppard)
Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Tim McCreadie (Lap #1 - 15.3952 seconds)
STEEL-IT Tough Break of the Race: Mike Marlar
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Tim McCreadie
Time of Race: 65 minutes 21 seconds

 

 

Tim McCreadie Earns the Pole Position for the 40th Annual Dirt Track World Championship

 
PORTSMOUTH, OH (October 16, 2020) - Tim McCreadie earned the pole starting spot for Saturday's 40th Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship - Presented by Optima Batteries. The New York native captured the first heat race after coming from the third starting spot in Friday Night's preliminary action.
 
McCreadie and Brandon Overton will be on the front row for Saturday's $100,000-to-win season finale for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.
 
McCreadie was the overall fast qualifier of the 63 entrants and had to spin the invert wheel, ultimately landing on an invert of three for the six heat races. McCreadie worked his way from the third starting spot to win. He managed to get by polesitter Jimmy Owens in turn two and then battled with fellow Longhorn driver Zack Dohm for the race lead. McCreadie pulled away from Dohm to take the victory in the first heat of the night. Zack Dohm's father, Tim, held off Owens to get the third and final transfer spot.
 
In heat number two, Chris Ferguson led the entire distance of the 15 lap race. Chris Madden came home in second to earn his first DTWC start since 2006. Darrell Lanigan, the 2003 DTWC victor grabbed the third and final transfer spot.
 
The third heat went to 3-time DTWC winner Scott Bloomquist. He took the victory over defending DTWC winner, Brandon Sheppard. Brian Shirley charged from his fifth starting spot to get the final transfer position.
 
The fourth heat saw Brandon Overton recover from a first-lap miscue to win. He got around Billy Moyer Jr. with two laps to go and race leader Steve Casebolt on the final lap to earn the front row starting spot alongside McCreadie. Casebolt finished second followed by Moyer Jr., as both transferred into the DTWC.
 
The fifth heat saw Ricky Thornton Jr. use the inside route to take the win. Josh Richards followed Thornton Jr. across the finish to take second, Robby Hensley took the final transfer position.
 
The sixth and final heat race of the night saw Mike Marlar take the win. Marlar led wire-to-wire for the victory in the 15-lap heat. Boom Briggs finished second to advance to Saturday's DTWC, with Jared Landers taking the third and final transfer spot.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series 
Race Summary 
40th Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship - Presented by Optima Batteries
Friday, October 16th, 2020
Portsmouth Raceway Park - Portsmouth, OH

Lucas Oil Time Trials
Fast Time Group A: Tim McCreadie / 15.911 seconds (overall) 
Fast Time Group B: Shane Clanton / 16.002 seconds

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 22F-Chris Ferguson[1]; 2. 44M-Chris Madden[3]; 3. 29V-Darrell Lanigan[2]; 4. 1T-Tyler Erb[6]; 5. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[5]; 6. 58-Ross Bailes[4]; 7. D8-Dustin Linville[8]; 8. 16-Tyler Bruening[7]; 9. 144-Anthony Kinkade[9]; 10. 10C-Craig Christian[10]; 11. (DNS) 1A-Audie Swartz

FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 0-Scott Bloomquist[2]; 2. 1S-Brandon Sheppard[3]; 3. 3S-Brian Shirley[5]; 4. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[4]; 5. 44-Colten Burdette[1]; 6. 9-Devin Moran[7]; 7. 49-Jonathan Davenport[6]; 8. 81-Jason Riggs[9]; 9. 0P-Steve Prince[10]; 10. 17T-Tim Vance[8]

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 76-Brandon Overton[2]; 2. C9-Steve Casebolt[5]; 3. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[1]; 4. 0PD-Freddie Carpenter[8]; 5. 83-Scott James[6]; 6. 32A-Tyler Carpenter[7]; 7. 33K-Kevin Wagner[9]; 8. 25-Shane Clanton[3]; 9. 16C-Michael Conley Jr[11]; 10. 69-Jon Hodgkiss[10]; 11. 71-Hudson O'Neal[4]

Ohlins Shocks Heat Race #4 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 76-Brandon Overton[2]; 2. C9-Steve Casebolt[5]; 3. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[1]; 4. 0PD-Freddie Carpenter[8]; 5. 83-Scott James[6]; 6. 32A-Tyler Carpenter[7]; 7. 33K-Kevin Wagner[9]; 8. 25-Shane Clanton[3]; 9. 16C-Michael Conley Jr[11]; 10. 69-Jon Hodgkiss[10]; 11. 71-Hudson O'Neal[4]

MyRacePass Heat Race #5 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[3]; 2. 14-Josh Richards[2]; 3. 21H-Robby Hensley[6]; 4. 25F-Jason Feger[7]; 5. 72C-Jason Covert[5]; 6. 40B-Kyle Bronson[4]; 7. 31T-Tyler Millwood[1]; 8. 79-Doug Drown[9]; 9. 24D-Michael Brown[8]; 10. 17ST-Shannon Thornsberry[10]

Lucas Oil Heat Race #6 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 157-Mike Marlar[1]; 2. 99B-Boom Briggs[2]; 3. 777-Jared Landers[3]; 4. 6-Kyle Larson[5]; 5. 88-Trent Ivey[4]; 6. 22-Gregg Satterlee[7]; 7. 25B-Mike Benedum[9]; 8. 95-Jerry Bowersock[6]; 9. 20B-Todd Brennan[8]; 10. 316-Fast Eddy[10]


Tiger Rear Ends B-Main #1 Line Up (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 
Inside
Outside
8
Kyle Strickler - Mooresville, NC
1T
Tyler Erb - New Waverly, TX
20
Jimmy Owens - Newport, TN
25Z
Mason Zeigler - Chalk Hill, PA
81E
Tanner English - Benton, KY
58
Ross Bailes - Clover, SC
4G
Kody Evans - Camden, OH
D8
Dustin Linville - Lancaster, KY
71C
RJ Conley - Wheelersburg, OH
16
Tyler Bruening - Decorah, IA
81F
Brandon Fouts - Kite, KY
144
Anthony Kinkade - Zanesville, OH
4B
Jackie Boggs - Grayson, KY
10C
Craig Christian - Proctorville, OH
2S
Stormy Scott - Las Cruces, NM
1A
Audie Swartz -


FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Line Up (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 
Inside
Outside
1
Earl Pearson Jr - Jacksonville, FL
0PD
Freddie Carpenter - Parkersburg, WV
44
Colten Burdette - Parkersburg, WV
83
Scott James - Lawrenceburg, IN
9
Devin Moran - Dresden, OH
32A
Tyler Carpenter - Parkersburg, WV
49
Jonathan Davenport - Blairsville, GA
33K
Kevin Wagner - Wheelersburg, OH
81
Jason Riggs - College Grove, TN
25
Shane Clanton - Zebulon, GA
0P
Steve Prince - Newark, OH
16C
Michael Conley Jr - Gallipolis, OH
17T
Tim Vance - Clover, SC
69
Jon Hodgkiss - Pittsburgh, PA
71
Hudson O'Neal - Martinsville, IN
   


Sunoco Race Fuels B-Main #3 Line Up (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 
Inside
Outside
25F
Jason Feger - Bloomington, IL
6
Kyle Larson - Elk Grove, CA
72C
Jason Covert - York Haven, PA
88
Trent Ivey - Union, SC
40B
Kyle Bronson - Brandon, FL
22
Gregg Satterlee - Indiana, PA
31T
Tyler Millwood - Kingston, GA
25B
Mike Benedum - Salem, WV
79
Doug Drown - Wooster, OH
95
Jerry Bowersock - Wapakoneta, OH
24D
Michael Brown - Lancaster, SC
20B
Todd Brennan - Zanesville, OH
17ST
Shannon Thornsberry - Martin, KY
316
Fast Eddy - Portsmouth, OH


Lucas Oil Feature Line Up (100 Laps): 
Inside
Outside
39
Tim McCreadie - Watertown, NY
76
Brandon Overton - Evans, GA
22F
Chris Ferguson - Mt. Holly, NC
20RT
Ricky Thornton Jr - Adel, IA
0
Scott Bloomquist - Mooresburg, TN
157
Mike Marlar - Winfield, TN
17D
Zack Dohm - Cross Lanes, WV
C9
Steve Casebolt - Richmond, IN
44M
Chris Madden - Gray Court, SC
14
Josh Richards - Shinnston, WV
1S
Brandon Sheppard - New Berlin, IL
99B
Boom Briggs - Bear Lake, PA
6T
Tim Dohm - Charleston, WV
21
Billy Moyer Jr - Batesville, AR
29V
Darrell Lanigan - Union, KY
21H
Robby Hensley - Walton, KY
3S
Brian Shirley - Chatham, IL
777
Jared Landers - Benton, AR
 

*Results are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day*

 

 

Ricky Thornton Jr. Gets First Lucas Oil Series Win at the Pittsburgher

IMPERIAL, PA (October 3, 2020) - Ricky Thornton Jr. picked a great time to get his first career win in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series as he captured the 32nd Annual Pittsburgher 100 on Saturday Night at Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway.  
 
Moran led the first 16 laps of the race until Richards took over the point. Richards held the lead until Moran regained the lead on lap 36. The first caution of the race waved with 40 laps complete as the previously announced fuel stop would take place. Under the red flag Richards, who was running second, had a tire going down. Richards and several other competitors headed to the hot pit to change tires before the green would come back out again.

Thornton, who celebrated his 30th birthday on September 28, inherited the top spot on lap 82 when the top two drivers in the race, Devin Moran and Tim McCreadie, both headed to the hot pit to change flat tires. Moran had brought out the caution for his flat while leading. McCreadie picked up the race lead but his right front tire was going down forcing him to pit as well before a race restart commenced.
 
Thornton took advantage of several restarts in the final 18 laps to stretch his lead over the field as he went unchallenged to score the $20,000 victory. With the win Thornton became the 20th different winner this year on the LOLMDS tour. The all-time series record is 22 different winners in one season.
 
In Lucas Oil Victory Lane, Thornton celebrated his huge victory. "I think we were the only ones going hard on tires. We flipped a coin to determine what we were going to run. During that fuel break Taylon [Center] was looking at everyone else's tires and he said there is no way they were going to make it all 100 laps without having some problems. It all worked out for us."
 
Richards was seeking his third win in the famed event and came up just short. "Congrats to Ricky on the win. He was so good on the restarts. I'd like to thank my team, the fans, and the sponsors for supporting this Clint Bowyer Racing Team."
 
Pearson came through the field to take third. "We had a shot on that last restart. It looked like Clanton was having a tire go down. We have been in the top five for the last three races, so that's big for us."
 
The winner's Todd and Vickie Burns-owned SSI Motorsports Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Clements Racing Engine and is sponsored by Dyno One, Excel Floor Covering, Sub-Surface of Indiana, Certified Inspection Service Company Inc., West Side Tractor Sales, Swift Springs, Penske Racing Shocks, Slicker Graphics, and Hoker Trucking.
 
Completing the top ten were Jonathan Davenport, Chris Ferguson, Shane Clanton, Devin Moran, and Tanner English.

 
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series 
Race Summary 
Pittsburgher 100
Saturday, October 3rd, 2020
Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway - Imperial, PA

Lucas Oil Time Trials
Fast Time Group A: Michael Norris / 18.571 seconds (overall)
Fast Time Group B: Josh Richards / 18.063 seconds 

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 9-Devin Moran[2]; 2. 22-Gregg Satterlee[5]; 3. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[3]; 4. 02-Michael Norris[1]; 5. 10-Jared Miley[6]; 6. 1T-Tyler Erb[4]; 7. 48K-Keith Barbara[8]; 8. 69-Jon Hodgkiss[7]; 9. 14M-Reid Millard[9]

FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 25-Shane Clanton[1]; 2. 71-Hudson O'Neal[2]; 3. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[5]; 4. 2S-Stormy Scott[4]; 5. 16-Tyler Bruening[6]; 6. 20F-Trever Feathers[3]; 7. 17T-Tim Vance[7]; 8. 65-Derek Stefanick[9]; 9. 01-Ron Hall[8]

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 14-Josh Richards[1]; 2. 39-Tim McCreadie[2]; 3. 20-Jimmy Owens[4]; 4. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[3]; 5. 49-Jonathan Davenport[5]; 6. 0E-Rick Eckert[8]; 7. 81E-Tanner English[6]; 8. 12-Ryan Montgomery[7]; 9. B22-Bump Hedman[9]

Ohlins Shocks Heat Race #4 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 8-Kyle Strickler[1]; 2. 22F-Chris Ferguson[3]; 3. 4-Alex Ferree[6]; 4. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[4]; 5. 48-Colton Flinner[5]; 6. 9T-Will Thomas[8]; 7. 1*-Chub Frank[7]; 8. 40B-Kyle Bronson[2]

Tiger Rear Ends B-Main #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 10-Jared Miley[1]; 2. 1T-Tyler Erb[3]; 3. 16-Tyler Bruening[2]; 4. 20F-Trever Feathers[4]; 5. 69-Jon Hodgkiss[7]; 6. 17T-Tim Vance[6]; 7. 48K-Keith Barbara[5]; 8. 14M-Reid Millard[9]; 9. 01-Ron Hall[10]; 10. 65-Derek Stefanick[8]

FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 49-Jonathan Davenport[1]; 2. 0E-Rick Eckert[3]; 3. 81E-Tanner English[5]; 4. 48-Colton Flinner[2]; 5. 40B-Kyle Bronson[8]; 6. 1*-Chub Frank[6]; 7. 12-Ryan Montgomery[7]; 8. B22-Bump Hedman[9]; 9. 9T-Will Thomas[4]

Lucas Oil Feature Finish (100 Laps):
Pos
Start
Car #
Competitor
Hometown
Pay
1
14
20RT
Ricky Thornton Jr
Adel, IA
$20,000
2
2
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
$10,800
3
16
1
Earl Pearson Jr
Jacksonville, FL
$6,800
4
15
2S
Stormy Scott
Las Cruces, NM
$4,000
5
13
2
Michael Norris
Sarver, PA
$3,500
6
18
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
$3,500
7
8
22F
Chris Ferguson
Mt. Holly, NC
$2,100
8
3
25
Shane Clanton
Zebulon, GA
$2,700
9
1
9
Devin Moran
Dresden, OH
$2,500
10
22
81E
Tanner English
Benton, KY
$2,450
11
23
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
$2,350
12
17
10
Jared Miley
Pittsburgh, PA
$1,600
13
6
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
$2,250
14
10
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
$2,400
15
19
1T
Tyler Erb
New Waverly, TX
$2,150
16
5
22
Gregg Satterlee
Indiana, PA
$1,400
17
9
21
Billy Moyer Jr
Batesville, AR
$2,050
18
21
16
Tyler Bruening
Decorah, IA
$2,000
19
7
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$1,250
20
24
48
Colton Flinner
Allison Park, PA
$1,200
21
4
8
Kyle Strickler
Mooresville, NC
$1,200
22
11
25Z
Mason Zeigler
Chalk Hill, PA
$1,200
23
20
0E
Rick Eckert
York, PA
$1,200
24
12
4
Alex Ferree
Saxonburg, PA
$1,200
 

Race Statistics
Entrants: 35
Lap Leaders: Devin Moran (Laps 1 - 16); Josh Richards (Laps 17 - 35); Devin Moran (Laps 36 - 81); Tim McCreadie (Lap 82); Ricky Thornton Jr. (Laps 83 - 100)
Wrisco Feature Winner: Ricky Thornton Jr.
Margin of Victory: 3.122 seconds
Cautions: Fuel Stop (Lap 40); Kyle Bronson (Lap 40); Kyle Bronson (Lap 42); Devin Moran (Lap 82); Hudson O'Neal (Lap 84); Gregg Satterlee (Lap 88); Tyler Erb (Lap 96); Jimmy Owens (Lap 98)
Series Provisionals: Kyle Bronson
Fast Time Provisional: Colton Flinner
Series Emergency Provisionals: n/a
Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway Track Provisionals: n/a
Big River Steel Podium Top 3: Ricky Thornton Jr., Josh Richards, Earl Pearson Jr.
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Ricky Thornton Jr. (Advanced 13 Positions) 
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jimmy Owens
Allstar Performance Most Laps Led: Devin Moran (62 Laps)
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Earl Pearson Jr.
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tanner English
ARP Engine Builder of the Race: Clements Racing Engines
Miller Welders Chassis Builder of the Race: Longhorn Chassis
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Taylon Center (Ricky Thornton Jr.)
Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Ricky Thornton Jr. (Lap #77 - 18.983 seconds)
STEEL-IT Tough Break of the Race: Devin Moran
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Devin Moran
Time of Race: 71 minutes 39 seconds

 

 

 

*Results are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day*

14th Annual General Tire Diamond Nationals - Presented by Super Clean Tonight on MAVTV

 

Batavia, OH (October 8, 2020) - The 14th Annual General Tire Diamond Nationals - Presented by Super Clean from Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, MO is on MAVTV Motorsports Network, tonight at 9 PM EDT, with a re-airing at 12 AM EDT.

A first time visitor to Lucas Oil Speedway has now added a yearly trip to his schedule, after winning the Diamond Nationals. "This is something I've dreamed of for a long time. To come out here and win at a racetrack like this and do it like this. It's just awesome." The margin of victory was slim, crossing the line just 0.086 seconds ahead of second, after some excitement in turn four coming to the checkers.

 
Owned and operated by Lucas Oil Products, MAVTV Motorsports Network is a television network deeply rooted in the automotive world. MAVTV is available to over 35 million homes on U-verse, DIRECTV (channel 214), Fios by Verizon, Vidgo, TIKILIVE, fuboTV, YouTube TV, Spectrum, and other nationwide providers. MAVTV will broadcast 5 live events and 34 original tape-delayed airings. To find a full list of providers, visit: mavtv.com/get-mavtv/providers.

The entire 2020 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series TV schedule can be found on the series website at: www.lucasdirt.com/schedule/tv-schedule/.

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General Tire for over 100 years has offered a complete quality line of ultra-high performance, passenger, light truck, off-road and commercial tires to meet all your needs. To learn more about General Tire, visit: www.generaltire.com

About Super Clean:
Super Clean products are formulated to make even the toughest jobs easy and fast. Keep engines, wheels, carpets, upholstery, awnings, laundry and more looking brand new. They offer a wide range of cleaning and degreasing products in a variety of package sizes to meet your needs. For more information, visit
www.superclean.com.

 

Hurricane Delta Causes Weekend Cancellations

Batavia, OH (October 7, 2020) - This weekend's events at The Red Clay at Woodstock - The Historic Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, GA and Rome Speedway in Rome, GA have been cancelled. After discussions between Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Officials and track owners, the decision was made that it would be in the best interests and safety of all due to the forecasted storms with Hurricane Delta. 

The Series looks forward to return visits to both venues in 2021. The next scheduled Lucas Dirt event is the $100,000-to-win, 40th Annual Dirt Track World Championship October 16th - 17th at Portsmouth Raceway Park. 

 


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IT’S KING CHRISTIAN IV IN KING OF THE CRATES AT NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY


 
              TUSCUMBIA, AL – After dominating 28 other foes in the territory of North Alabama Speedway, Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN was crowned King Christian IV on Sunday night in the 4th Annual King of the Crates 50 for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series in the Hanger Hardwood Rocket. 

 
Hanger cast his #29 sword early and often to lead all 50 laps to earn the crown and the $3,000 top prize. Hanger arrived at the battlefield with a broken race car, but with the help of a fellow competitor, Hanger was able to make repairs in time for hot laps, and then dialed in his machine to dominate the event.

 
              “We had a broken hub on the left rear, and I’ve got to thank Braden Mitchell, who went to his shop to get what we needed to race tonight,” Hanger said. “My crew did a great job to get the car ready to go, and to come out, earn the pole, lead all of the race, and win the race. I have to pass this crown around to all of them to wear.”

 
              The Hohenwald Gang took the second and third spots with Hohenwald, TN drivers Oakley Johns in the Shoals Box and Pallet Special and Tyler Wood in the Johns Farms Special second and third respectively behind Hanger. Jody Knowles of Tyrone, GA finished fourth in the Clayton Signs/Gentry Used Auto Parts Special.

 
              Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series point leader Wil Herrington of Hawkinsville, GA took a step closer to clinching the $10,000 National Championship with a fifth-place finish in the 5m Construction Rocket. The defending race champion, King Jeremy III Shaw of Millport, AL was sixth in the Bud Coley Trucking Special.

 
              Evan Ellis of Plantersville, MS picked up the Fullmoon Graphics “Lucky 7” Award with a seven-place finish in the Ellis Specialty Welding Rocket. Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS took the eighth spot in the Bud Coley Trucking Special and T.J. Brittain of Center, AL was ninth in the Brittain Hauling Warrior. 

 
Brandon Carpenter of Coldwater, MS rounded out the top ten in the Carpenter Construction Special. Troy Dixon of Dallas, GA finished 17th in the Granite Hauling and Grading Rocket to earn the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Race Ward.

 
              In preliminary action, Hanger was the Boyd Built Fabricators Fast Time Award winner with a lap around North Alabama Speedway in 15.746 seconds in Group Qualifying. The two ten-lap KRC Power Steering B-Main winners were Brittain and Herrington.

 
              Hanger took the lead from the pole position at the start of the race followed by Jadon Frame of Decherd, TN in the Denby’s J&J Construction Special, Johns, Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN in the White Sky Communication Special, and Shaw. Ben Brocato of Muscle Shoals, AL spun the Valley Metal Fabricators Special in turn four on lap four to bring out the first of two caution flags.

 
              Hanger had Frame, Johns, Gillespie, Shaw, Billy Flannagan Jr. of Tuscumbia, AL in the Alabama Bands, Inc. Warrior, Wood, Herrington, Knowles and Josh Putnam of Florence, AL in the Zippy’s Auto Sales Special doubled up behind him for the Dixie-Style Double-File restart. After the restart, Shaw drove around Gillespie for the fourth spot.

 
              The leaders taught the tail end of the lead lap by lap 15 and began to work their way through in close quarters. Gillespie had the left-front bodywork of his car damaged by contact, and it was trying to roll its way under the left front tire.

 
              The bodywork dangling under Gillespie’s car cut down the left-front tire going into turn three on lap 24 causing Gillespie to spin out of fifth place and bring out the second and final caution flag of the race. First through tenth respectively for the restart were Hanger, Frame, Johns, Shaw, Wood, Herrington, Knowles, Ellis, Putnam, and Brittain.

 
              Hanger pulled away on the restart, but Frame had a mechanical malfunction and did not come up to speed. Shaw got caught behind Frame and dropped to seventh before he could get by. Wood just got by to earn the VP Racing Lubricants Slick Move of the Race Award. Frame pulled to the infield while Johns took over the second spot followed by Wood, Knowles, Herrington, and Putnam.

 
              Hanger caught lapped traffic on lap 29 with a half straightaway lead on Johns. While Johns and Wood closed in on the leader, Hanger was able to keep lapped cars between himself and the Hohenwald Gang. Putnam dropped out of the sixth spot and went to the pits on lap 42.

 
              Hanger was able to keep up his fast pace through lapped traffic during the final laps of the race and took a 1.338 second margin of victory under the checkered flag. Next up for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Series will be the non-points $25,000-to-win Powell Family Memorial Race on October 23-24 at All Tech Raceway in Lake City, FL.

 
              The economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/. You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa.

 
OFFICIAL RESULTS OF ROUND 14 AT NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY IN TUSCUMBIA, AL ON 10/18/2020:

 
POS      STR72  T           CAR #  DRIVER                            HOMETOWN                  LAPS    $ WON    
1.           1            29          Christian Hanger            Winchester, TN              50          $3,000
2.           2            C6         Oakley Johns                   Hohenwald, TN                50          $1,250
3.           5            17jr      Tyler Wood                      Hohenwald, TN                50          $850
4.           9            03          Jody Knowles                   Tyrone, GA                       50          $700
5.           12          14          Wil Herrington                Hawkinsville, GA            50          $650
6.           7            1s          Jeremy Shaw                    Millport, AL                     50          $550
7.           13          73          Evan Ellis                          Plantersville, MS             50          $500
8.           10          72          Steve Russell                    Pontotoc, MS                    50          $450
9.           11          05          T.J. Brittain                     Centre, AL                        50          $400
10.         16          51          Brandon Carpenter        Coldwater, MS                 50          $375
11.         19          64          Braden Mitchell              Russellville, AL                50          $350
12.         15          78          Matthew Brocato            Muscle Shoals, AL           49          $300
13.         17          69          Mike Henn                        Muscle Shoals, AL           48          $300
14.         20         H17      Steven Holcomb              Santa Fe, TN                     48          $300
15.         24          713       Ben Brocato                     Muscle Shoals, AL           43          $300
16.         8            212       Josh Putnam                     Florence, AL                    41          $300
17.         23          39          Troy Dixon (R)                Dallas, GA                        34          $300
18.         6            79          Billy Flannagan Jr.         Tuscumbia, Al                  26          $300
19.         4            J8          Jadon Frame                    Decherd, TN                     23          $300
20.         3            2            Oakley Gillespie              Five Points, TN                22          $300
21.         22          46          Bryson Mitchell (YG)     Russellville, AL                21          $300
22.         18          21          Corey Dunn (R)               Milledgeville, GA            19          $300
23.         14          91          Jason Markewitz             Killen, AL                         18          $300
24.         21          44          Curtis Cline                      Douglasville, GA              14          $300

 
ENTRIES: 29
BOYD BUILT FABRICATORS FAST QUALIFIER: Hanger, 15.746 Seconds
PROVISIONALS: Dixon and B. Brocato
LEAD CHANGES: None
LAPS LED: Hanger, 1-50
KNOWLES RACE PARTS HARD CHARGER: B. Brocato (started 24th and finished 15th)
VP RACING LUBRICANTS SLICK MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Wood
FULLMOON GRAPHICS LUCKY 7 AWARD: Ellis
CRUISE WITH THE CHAMPIONS ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Dixon
KRC POWER STEERING B-MAIN WINNERS: Brittain and Herrington
CAUTIONS: 2
MARGIN OF VICTORY: 1.338 Seconds
TIME OF THE RACE: 29 Minutes and 1.983 Seconds
NEXT RACE: $25,000-To-Win Powell Memorial Race (Non-Points Race), October 23-24, All Tech Raceway, Lake City, FL

 

IT’S KING CHRISTIAN IV IN KING OF THE CRATES AT NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY

 
              TUSCUMBIA, AL – After dominating 28 other foes in the territory of North Alabama Speedway, Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN was crowned King Christian IV on Sunday night in the 4th Annual King of the Crates 50 for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series in the Hanger Hardwood Rocket. 

 
Hanger cast his #29 sword early and often to lead all 50 laps to earn the crown and the $3,000 top prize. Hanger arrived at the battlefield with a broken race car, but with the help of a fellow competitor, Hanger was able to make repairs in time for hot laps, and then dialed in his machine to dominate the event.

 
              “We had a broken hub on the left rear, and I’ve got to thank Braden Mitchell, who went to his shop to get what we needed to race tonight,” Hanger said.  “My crew did a great job to get the car ready to go, and to come out, earn the pole, lead all of the race, and win the race. I have to pass this crown around to all of them to wear.”

 
              The Hohenwald Gang took the second and third spots with Hohenwald, TN drivers Oakley Johns in the Shoals Box and Pallet Special and Tyler Wood in the Johns Farms Special second and third respectively behind Hanger. Jody Knowles of Tyrone, GA finished fourth in the Clayton Signs/Gentry Used Auto Parts Special.

 
              Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series point leader Wil Herrington of Hawkinsville, GA took a step closer to clinching the $10,000 National Championship with a fifth-place finish in the 5m Construction Rocket. The defending race champion, King Jeremy III Shaw of Millport, AL was sixth in the Bud Coley Trucking Special.

 
              Evan Ellis of Plantersville, MS picked up the Fullmoon Graphics “Lucky 7” Award with a seven-place finish in the Ellis Specialty Welding Rocket. Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS took the eighth spot in the Bud Coley Trucking Special and T.J. Brittain of Center, AL was ninth in the Brittain Hauling Warrior. 

 
Brandon Carpenter of Coldwater, MS rounded out the top ten in the Carpenter Construction Special. Troy Dixon of Dallas, GA finished 17th in the Granite Hauling and Grading Rocket to earn the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Race Ward.

 
              In preliminary action, Hanger was the Boyd Built Fabricators Fast Time Award winner with a lap around North Alabama Speedway in 15.746 seconds in Group Qualifying. The two ten-lap KRC Power Steering B-Main winners were Brittain and Herrington.

 
              Hanger took the lead from the pole position at the start of the race followed by Jadon Frame of Decherd, TN in the Denby’s J&J Construction Special, Johns, Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN in the White Sky Communication Special, and Shaw. Ben Brocato of Muscle Shoals, AL spun the Valley Metal Fabricators Special in turn four on lap four to bring out the first of two caution flags.

 
              Hanger had Frame, Johns, Gillespie, Shaw, Billy Flannagan Jr. of Tuscumbia, AL in the Alabama Bands, Inc. Warrior, Wood, Herrington, Knowles and Josh Putnam of Florence, AL in the Zippy’s Auto Sales Special doubled up behind him for the Dixie-Style Double-File restart. After the restart, Shaw drove around Gillespie for the fourth spot.

 
              The leaders taught the tail end of the lead lap by lap 15 and began to work their way through in close quarters. Gillespie had the left-front bodywork of his car damaged by contact, and it was trying to roll its way under the left front tire.

 
              The bodywork dangling under Gillespie’s car cut down the left-front tire going into turn three on lap 24 causing Gillespie to spin out of fifth place and bring out the second and final caution flag of the race. First through tenth respectively for the restart were Hanger, Frame, Johns, Shaw, Wood, Herrington, Knowles, Ellis, Putnam, and Brittain.

 
              Hanger pulled away on the restart, but Frame had a mechanical malfunction and did not come up to speed. Shaw got caught behind Frame and dropped to seventh before he could get by. Wood just got by to earn the VP Racing Lubricants Slick Move of the Race Award. Frame pulled to the infield while Johns took over the second spot followed by Wood, Knowles, Herrington, and Putnam.

 
              Hanger caught lapped traffic on lap 29 with a half straightaway lead on Johns. While Johns and Wood closed in on the leader, Hanger was able to keep lapped cars between himself and the Hohenwald Gang. Putnam dropped out of the sixth spot and went to the pits on lap 42.

 
              Hanger was able to keep up his fast pace through lapped traffic during the final laps of the race and took a 1.338 second margin of victory under the checkered flag. Next up for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Series will be the non-points $25,000-to-win Powell Family Memorial Race on October 23-24 at All Tech Raceway in Lake City, FL.

 
              The economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa.

 
OFFICIAL RESULTS OF ROUND 14 AT NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY IN TUSCUMBIA, AL ON 10/18/2020:

 
POS      STR72  T           CAR #  DRIVER                            HOMETOWN                  LAPS    $ WON    
1.           1            29          Christian Hanger            Winchester, TN               50          $3,000
2.           2            C6         Oakley Johns                   Hohenwald, TN                50          $1,250
3.           5            17jr      Tyler Wood                      Hohenwald, TN                50          $850
4.           9            03          Jody Knowles                   Tyrone, GA                       50          $700
5.           12          14          Wil Herrington                Hawkinsville, GA            50          $650
6.           7            1s          Jeremy Shaw                    Millport, AL                     50          $550
7.           13          73          Evan Ellis                          Plantersville, MS             50          $500
8.           10          72          Steve Russell                    Pontotoc, MS                    50          $450
9.           11          05          T.J. Brittain                     Centre, AL                        50          $400
10.         16          51          Brandon Carpenter        Coldwater, MS                 50          $375
11.         19          64          Braden Mitchell              Russellville, AL                50          $350
12.         15          78          Matthew Brocato            Muscle Shoals, AL           49          $300
13.         17          69          Mike Henn                        Muscle Shoals, AL           48          $300
14.         20          H17      Steven Holcomb              Santa Fe, TN                     48          $300
15.         24          713       Ben Brocato                     Muscle Shoals, AL           43          $300
16.         8            212        Josh Putnam                     Florence, AL                    41          $300
17.         23          39          Troy Dixon (R)                Dallas, GA                        34          $300
18.         6            79          Billy Flannagan Jr.         Tuscumbia, Al                  26          $300
19.         4            J8          Jadon Frame                    Decherd, TN                     23          $300
20.         3            2            Oakley Gillespie              Five Points, TN                22          $300
21.         22          46          Bryson Mitchell (YG)     Russellville, AL                21          $300
22.         18          21          Corey Dunn (R)               Milledgeville, GA            19          $300
23.         14          91          Jason Markewitz             Killen, AL                         18          $300
24.         21          44          Curtis Cline                      Douglasville, GA              14          $300

 
ENTRIES: 29
BOYD BUILT FABRICATORS FAST QUALIFIER: Hanger, 15.746 Seconds
PROVISIONALS: Dixon and B. Brocato
LEAD CHANGES: None
LAPS LED: Hanger, 1-50
KNOWLES RACE PARTS HARD CHARGER: B. Brocato (started 24th and finished 15th)
VP RACING LUBRICANTS SLICK MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Wood
FULLMOON GRAPHICS LUCKY 7 AWARD: Ellis
CRUISE WITH THE CHAMPIONS ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Dixon
KRC POWER STEERING B-MAIN WINNERS: Brittain and Herrington
CAUTIONS: 2
MARGIN OF VICTORY: 1.338 Seconds
TIME OF THE RACE: 29 Minutes and 1.983 Seconds
NEXT RACE: $25,000-To-Win Powell Memorial Race (Non-Points Race), October 23-24, All Tech Raceway, Lake City, FL

 

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN WEEK 19 ROUND UP

 
               ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman Week 19 results are listed below. The remnants of Hurricane Delta washed out six of the seven scheduled Week 19 races. The complete point standings through Week 18 of the 22-week 2020 season are posted at www.crateracinusa.com.

 
              Shawn Taylor of Newberry, FL won the only Week 19 Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman race on Saturday night at All Tech Raceway in Lake City, FL. 

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Stock Division. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/10/2020:

 
1. 55 Ryan King – 550
2. 44 Brett White – 549
3. 02 J.C. Wilson – 542
4. 29 Buddy George – 539
5. 51 Caleb Coan – 538
6. 0 Doodle Lowe – 531
7. 35 Sherman Everett – 529
8. 57 Dale Lucas – 525
9. 99 Tony Chaney – 521
10. 12 Brandon Crosby – 518
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN WEEK 19 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, October 10:
 
ALL TECH RACEWAY – LAKE CITY, FL:
1. 83 Shawn Taylor; 2. 14jr Trey Mills; 3. 55 Devin Walker; 4. 388 Jackson Hise; 5. 31 Donnie Birdwell; 6. 17ss Brenden Smith; 7. 82 Shane Taylor; 8. 3 Raymond Folwell; 9. 5 Brandon Kootz; 10. 3 Roy Crain Jr.

 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN:
Rained Out

 
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL:
Rained Out

 
ECM SPEEDWAY – ARKADELPHIA, AL
Rained Out

 
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS:
Rained Out

 
TRI COUNTY SPEEDWAY – FLOMATON, AL:
Rained Out

 
WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARK:
Rained Out
 

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES STREET STOCK WEEK 19 ROUND UP


 
               ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock Week 19 results are listed below. Remnants of Hurricane Delta rained out six of the eight scheduled Week 19 events. The complete point standings through Week 19 of the 22-week 2020 season are posted at www.crateracinusa.com.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for many Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES STREET STOCK POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/10/2020:

 
1. KC21 Ricky Idom – 550 (Perfect Season)
2. 999 Carl Kilgore IV – 549
3. 2 Lee Ray – 533
4. 50 Tim Dillon – 527
5. 18 Landen Jackson – 526
6. 91 Dannon LaCoste – 525
6. KC2 Jeremy Eaton – 525
8. 05 Caiden Jackson – 519
9. 8 Keenan Vandygriff - 517
10. 56 David Earl Gentry - 512
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES STREET STOCK WEEK 19 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, October 10:
 
ALL TECH RACEWAY – LAKE CITY, FL:
1. 118 David Showers Jr.; 2. 18 David Showers Sr.; 3. 22 Kyle Livingood; 4. 74 Jason Garver; 5. 56 Kevin Durden; 6. 55 Heath Walker; 7. 31 Johnathan Crain; 8. 31 Josh Sanford; 9. 27 Ethan Butts; 10. 92 Rick Elwood; 11. 17 Joe Forsyth; 12. 119 Brad Nixon; 13. 11 John Mimbs; 14. 8 Randall Boyette; 15. 01 Kevin Mills; 16. 15 Wayne Risner; 17. 99 Devin Register.

 
FAYETTEVILLE MOTOR SPEEDWAY – FAYETTEVILLE, NC:
1. 14 Brandon Carter; 2. 10 Ethan Williams; 3. 17 Ron Pope; 4. 14g Ryan Gilbert; 5. 34 Rick Razillard; 6. 27 Rocky Gasque; 7. 00 Jerry McKeel Jr.; 8. 7 John Cagle; 9. 8 Carly Fulghum; 10. 114 Kevin Beard; 11. 92 Donovan Jackson; 12. 8 Daniel Johnson.

 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN:
Rained Out

 
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL:
Rained Out

 
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS:
Rained Out

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN:
Rained Out

 
TRI COUNTY SPEEDWAY – FLOMATON, AL:
Rained Out

 
WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARK – MERIDIAN, MS:
Rained Out
 

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 19 ROUND UP

 
               ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Week 19 results are listed below. The complete point standings through Week 19 of the 22-week 2020 season are posted at www.crateracinusa.com.

 
              Only one of seven scheduled races were held, as remnants of Hurricane Delta blew through the Southeast on Saturday. All Tech Raceway in Lake City, FL hosted the only Week 19 Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model event that was won by Mark Whitener of Middleburg, FL in the Baker Farms Special.

 
              The Week 19 rainouts have necessitated Double Features this Saturday night at Pike County Speedway in McComb, MS and Thunderhill Raceway in Summertown, TN. These two tracks will run Week 19 Make-Up Races and Week 20 events. 

 
Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS will run a Week 5 Make Up Race this Friday night, and their regularly scheduled Week 20 race on Saturday night. Week 20 will be the final week of the 22-week season that tracks can schedule Double Feature events to make-up rained out events.

 
These double feature shows and make-up races may also decide if Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS takes his second straight $10,000 Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model National Championship, or if Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN will stay in the running for the 2020 Weekly Late Model title.

 
              Newsome Raceway Parts is the Crate Racin’ USA Title Sponsor and serves competitors with economical Chevrolet Performance 604 and 602 Circle Track Engines and Parts. The 400 horsepower economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Division. 

 
The 350 horsepower economical Steel Head, Steel Block Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is the engine of choice in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock and the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Divisions, and the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division.
The Chevrolet Performance 604 and 602 Engines are in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Weekly Racing Series Divisions. 
Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call Newsome Raceway Parts at 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/10/2020:

 
1. 47 Shannon Lee – 550 (Perfect Season)
2. C6 Oakley Johns – 544
3. 46 Bryson Mitchell – 541
4. 17 Brad Skinner – 540
5. 21 Scott Ladner – 538
6. 33 Sid Scarbrough – 537
7. S4 Seth McCormack – 536
8. 18 Jeremy Idom – 529
8. 96 D.G. Hawkins – 529
10. 5 Mike Combs – 524
10. 2T Tootie Arnold – 524

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 19 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, October 3:
 
ALL TECH RACEWAY – LAKE CITY, FL;
1. 5 Mark Whitener; 2. 14 Wil Herrington; 3. 6 Clay Harris; 4. 7 Jason Fitzgerald; 5. 14 Trey Mills; 6. 71 Bo Allen; 7. 38 Jamie Carter; 8. 721 Joe Kump; 9. 95 Steve Mathis Jr.; 10. 41 Travis Varnadore; 11. 17 Timmy Blackwell; 12. 7 Jordan Lockhart; 13. 03 Morrie West; 14. 12 Steven Bryant; 15. Kyle Bryant; 16. 14 Howard Stalls; 17. 51 Larry Anderson; 18. 42 Stephen Stratton; 19. 118 David Showers Jr.; 20. 38 Garrett Mosley; 21. 29 Cameron Saunders; 22. 17 Patrick Williams; 23. 30 Bodee Stratton; 24. 33 Jeff Mathews; 25. 50 David Markham Jr.; 26. 20 Nick Kircus; 27. 5 Johnny Collins; 28. 388 Jackson Hise; 29. 18 David Showers Sr.
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN:
Rained Out

 
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL:
Rained Out

 
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS:
Rained Out

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN:
Rained Out

 
TRI COUNTY SPEEDWAY – FLOMATON, AL:
Rained Out

 
WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARK – MERIDIAN, MS:
Rained Out

 

 

 

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES MODIFIED SPORTSMAN WEEK 18 ROUND UP


 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA - The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Modified Sportsman Week 18 results are listed below. The complete point standings through Week 18 of the 22-week 2020 season are posted at www.crateracinusa.com.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for many Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Division competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES MODIFIED SPORTSMAN POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/3/2020:

 
1. 10 Scottie Hiett – 547
2. 28 Luke Riddle – 545
3. 11 Eric Hickerson – 544
4. J22 Seth Johnston – 539
5. 5. 52 Tim Staples – 525
6. 99 Blake Cross – 523
7. 10 Tracy Terrell – 520
8. 25 Jamie Gowers – 5169
9. 10 Chuckie Gipson – 512
10. D21 Bradley Qualls - 511

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES MODIFIED SPORTSMAN WEEK 18 RESULTS:

 
Friday, October 2:
 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL:
1. 45 Chris Yarbrough; 2. 22 Chris Hill; 3. 28 Luke Riddle; 4. 15 Corey Maye; 5. 52 Tim Staples; 6. 21 Blake Swann; 7. 10 Scottie Hiett; 8. 1 Jeremy Owens; 9. 23jr Steven Forsythe; 10. 25 Jamie Gowers; 11. 92 Jarrod Gray; 12. 57 Tyler Cox; 13. 51 Paul Poe; 14. 6 Josh Salisbury; 15. 44 Randy Holder; 16. 96 David Newton; 17. 25 John Sands; 18. 80 Michael Blakeney; 19. S96 Sonja Newton; 20. 19 Corey Elliott; 21. 98 Neil Thompson.
 
Saturday, October 3:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN:
1. C1 Dakota Berry; 2. B25 Todd Bates; 3. 4 Jason Byrd; 4. 157 Derrick Bawcum; 5. C21 Rex Berry; 6. 4 Adam Prescott.

 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL:
1. 10 Scottie Hiett; 2. 28 Luke Riddle; 3. 45 Chris Yarbrough; 4. 92 Jarrod Gray; 5. C97 Blake Swann; 6. 15 Corey Maye; 7. 57 Tyler Cox; 8. 44 Randy Holder; 9. 25 Jamie Gowers; 10. 52 Tim Staples; 11. 45m Marty May; 12. 6 Josh Salisbury; 13. S96 Sonja Newton; 14. 23jr Steven Forsythe; 15. 19 Corey Elliott; 16. 98 Neil Thompson; 17. 25 John Sands; 18. 80 Michael Blakeney; 19. 51 Paul Poe; 20. 22 Chris Hill; 21. 1 Jeremy Owens.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN:
1. 11 Eric Hickerson; 2. D21 Bradley Qualls; 3. 99 Blake Cross; 4. 20 Ethan Tanner; 5. 92 Blaze Trull; 6. J22 Seth Johnston; 7. 44 Kenneth Brown; 8. D4 Bobby Hickman; 9. 62 Jerry Baugh; 10. 12 Ron Bailey; 11. 14 Jamie Williams; 12. 14 Billy Hammonds; 13. 97 Tommy Carroll; 14. 99jr Bobby Hickman Jr. DNS.
 

 

 

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN WEEK 18 ROUND UP

 
               ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman Week 18 results are listed below. The complete point standings through Week 18 of the 22-week 2020 season are posted at www.crateracinusa.com.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Stock Division. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/03/2020:

 
1. 55 Ryan King – 550
2. 44 Brett White – 549
3. 02 J.C. Wilson – 542
4. 29 Buddy George – 539
5. 51 Caleb Coan – 538
6. 0 Doodle Lowe – 531
7. 35 Sherman Everett – 529
8. 57 Dale Lucas – 525
9. 99 Tony Chaney – 521
10. 12 Brandon Crosby – 518
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN WEEK 18 RESULTS:

 
Friday, October 2:
 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL:
1. 29 Buddy George; 2. 242 Steve Kirk; 3. 12 Brandon Crosby; 4. B1 Braxton Barber; 5. 4 Ryan Wilson; 6. 11 Jay Cromer; 7. 88 Jake Hollis; 8. 14 Cruz Wallace; 9. 25 Ronnie Norton; 10. 0 Doodle Lowe; 11. T5 Shane Tidwell; 12. 66 Evan Lancaster; 13. 91 Jarrett Miller; 14. 35 Sherman Everett; 15. 8 Trace Armstrong; 16. 0 Olivea Gentry; 17. 16 Heather Lowe; 18. 82 Preston Walden; 19. 28 Silas Hamm; 20. 13 Wayne Tidwell.

 
Saturday, October 3:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN:
1. C1 Dakota Berry; 2. 00 Bronson Berry; 3. 51 Levi Scarbrough; 4. 61 Joel Russell; 5. 27 Hali Buckley; 6. Blake Cunningham DNS.

 
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL:
1. 9 Osman Jones; 2. 99 Kevin Mitchell; 3. Z6 Zach Combs; 4. 99 Hunter Ward; 5. 01 Tyler Webb; 6. 27 Willie Peake; 7. 53 Wendy Leonard.

 
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN:
1. 0 Shane Echols; 2. 51 Caleb Coan; 3. 0 Randy Alexander; 4. 84 Jason Savage; 5. 71 Charlie Ray Howell; 6. 91 Jarrett Miller; 7. 11 Jason Leverette; 8. 11 Dean Travis; 9. 11 Cameron Kettermon; 10. 0 William Shelton; 11. J8 Kris Lafever DNS; 12. 45 Colton Roberts DNS.

 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 
1. B1 Braxton Barber; 2. 88 Jake Hollis; 3. 14 Cruz Wallace; 4. 29 Buddy George; 5. 242 Steve Kirk; 6. 28 Silas Hamm; 7. 25 Ronnie Norton; 8. 4 Ryan Wilson; 9. 0 Doodle Lowe; 10. 4 Luke Gaskins; 11. 32 Josh Stillwell; 12. 35 Sherman Everett; 13. 8 Trace Armstrong; 14. 16 Heather Lowe; 15. 5 Chase Lindsey; 16. 0 Olivea Gentry; 17. 1 Jake Stone; 18. 12 Brandon Crosby; 19. 11 Lex Cromer; 20. T5 Shane Tidwell; 21. 82 Preston Walden; 22. 2 Chris Beck.

 
TRI COUNTY SPEEDWAY – FLOMATON, AL:
1. 57 Dale Lucas; 2. 01 Nick Thrash; 3. 90 Nick Lambeth; 4. 02 J.C. Wilson; 5. 95 Joshua Day; 6. 51 Craig Lee; 7. 8 Dewayne Morris.
 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES STREET STOCK WEEK 18 ROUND UP

 
               ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock Week 18 results are listed below. The complete point standings through Week 18 of the 22-week 2020 season are posted at www.crateracinusa.com.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for many Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES STREET STOCK POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/3/2020:

 
1. KC21 Ricky Idom – 550 (Perfect Season)
2. 999 Carl Kilgore IV – 549
3. 2 Lee Ray – 533
4. 50 Tim Dillon – 527
5. 18 Landen Jackson – 526
6. 91 Dannon LaCoste – 525
6. KC2 Jeremy Eaton – 525
8. 05 Caiden Jackson – 519
9. 8 Keenan Vandygriff - 517
10. 56 David Earl Gentry - 512
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES STREET STOCK WEEK 18 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, September 26:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN:
1. 01 Colby Brandon; 2. 15 Justin Pugh; 3. 11 Hunter Runions; 4. 102 Zach Smith; 5. 22 Austin Kinney; 6. 22 Tammy McClaren; 7. Matthew Hill DNS.

 
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL:
1. 56 Chris Bayhi; 2. KC2 Jeremy Eaton; 3. 63 Kelsey Kichler; 4. 10 Chad Robinson; 5. 549 Joe Richbourg; 6. 27 Tommy Lowery; 7. 42 Kyle Kichler; 8. 64 Sunny Gilmore; 9. 1 Jeffrey Kightlinger; 10. 7x Jim Churches DNS; 11. 56 David Peleschak DQ.

 
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN:
1. 56 David Earl Gentry; 2. 15 Trevor Woodard; 3. 0 Mark Haddon; 4. 8 Keenan Vandygriff; 5. 20 Michael Kirby; 6. 23 David Vandygriff; 7. 0 Brent Steele; 8. 10 Trace Underwood; 9. 0 Scott Blackwell; 10. 18 Kenneth Faulkner; 11. 0 Dewayne Waid.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN:
1. 65 Scott Spurgeon; 2. 02 Tony Stutts; 3. 06 Chris Barber; 4. 47 Cody Qualls.

 
TRI COUNTY SPEEDWAY – FLOMATON, AL:
1. 3 Larry Faulk; 2. 0 Daniel Higdon; 3. 7 Nick Driver; 4. 88 Jeff Spann; 5. 262 Luke Johnson.

 
LAKE VIEW MOTOR SPEEDWAY – NICHOLS, SC:
Did Not Report
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 18 ROUND UP

 
               ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Week 18 results are listed below. The complete point standings through Week 18 of the 22-week 2020 season are posted at www.crateracinusa.com.

 
              Newsome Raceway Parts is the Crate Racin’ USA Title Sponsor and serves competitors with economical Chevrolet Performance 604 and 602 Circle Track Engines and Parts. The 400 horsepower economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Division. 

 
The 350 horsepower economical Steel Head, Steel Block Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is the engine of choice in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock and the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Divisions, and the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division.
The Chevrolet Performance 604 and 602 Engines are in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Weekly Racing Series Divisions. 
Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call Newsome Raceway Parts at 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/03/2020:

 
1. 47 Shannon Lee – 550 (Perfect Season)
2. C6 Oakley Johns – 544
3. 46 Bryson Mitchell – 541
4. 17 Brad Skinner – 540
5. 21 Scott Ladner – 538
6. 33 Sid Scarbrough – 537
7. S4 Seth McCormack – 536
8. 18 Jeremy Idom – 529
8. 96 D.G. Hawkins – 529
10. 5 Mike Combs – 524
10. 2T Tootie Arnold – 524

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 18 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, October 3:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN:
1. 2 Adam Ray; 2. 6 Jimmy Halford; 3. 10 Ronnie Cooper; 4. 97 Craig Lindsey.

 
CLARKSVILLE SPEEDWAY – CLARKSVILLE, TN:
1. 1 Levi Ashby; 2. 20 Devin Black; 3, 12 Chris Perrigo.

 
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL:
1. 24 Steven Jernigan; 2. 99 Benny Boudreaux; 3. 99 Tim Anderson; 4. Taylor Jarvis.

 
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN:
1. J8 Jadon Frame; 2. S4 Seth McCormack; 3. 17 Brad Skinner; 4. W7 Greg Wilhite; 5. 85 Mitch Thornton; 6. 27 Joe Denby; 7. H17 Steven Holcomb; 8. 7 Shannon Davis; 9. 0 Jimmy Gray; 10. 20 Willie McElhiney; 11. 0 Taylor Ruth; 12. 21 Josh Amacher; 13. 611 David Brannon.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN:
1. C6 Oakley Johns; 2. 98 Eric Hickerson; 3. 17jr Tyler Wood; 4. B44 Grayson Brewer; 5. C66 Donald Johns; 6. B87 Brock Hall; 7. 6 Dannye Rinehart; 8. 06 Mike James.

 
TRI COUNTY SPEEDWAY – FLOMATON, AL:
1. 96 D.G. Hawkins; 2. 02 Steven Brantley; 3. 25 Josh Huss; 4. 47 Shannon Lee; 5. 99 Isaiah Day; 6. 96 Bailey Martin; 7. 58 Shawn McLeod; 8. 92 Parker Bell DNS.

 

 

COLLINS CLAIMS TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK CRATE RACIN’ USA WIN


 
              EASTABOGA, AL – Tanner Collins of Franklin, GA drove the Newnan Bonding Rocket to his first career Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series win on Saturday night on NASCAR Weekend at Talladega Short Track. Collins took the lead on lap 16 and then pulled away after a restart with five laps to go to collect the $2,500 top prize.

 
              Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series point leader Wil Herrington of Hawkinsville, GA started tenth in the 5m Construction Rocket and finished in the second spot. Cruz Skinner of Oxford, AL kept his title hopes alive with a third-place showing in the Skinner’s Body Shop Rocket.

 
              Jimmy Thomas of Phenix City, AL finished fourth in the Scorpion Race Cars Special and Corey Dunn of Milledgeville, GA led the first 15 laps of the race and took the fifth spot in the Georgia Timber CVR. Dunn was also the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Race. 

 
              T.J. Brittain of Centre, AL survived a late-race tangle to drive the Brittain Hauling Warrior to a sixth-place finish and Jeremy Shaw of Millport, AL was seventh in the Bud Coley Trucking Special. Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN came back from an early race cut tire to finish eighth in the Hanger Hardwood Rocket.

 
Jason Lively of Eastaboga, AL finished ninth in the Lively Racing Special and Jody Knowles of Tyrone, GA started 23rd in the Gentry’s Used Auto Parts/Clayton Signs Special and rounded out the top ten to earn the Knowles Race Parts and Bodies Hard Charger of the Race Award from his Cousin Jake Knowles.
In preliminary action, Dunn earned the Boyd Built Fabricators Fast Time Award among the 35 entrants with a lap around Talladega Short Track in 14.810 seconds. The three ten-lap KRC Power Steering B-Main races were won by Ty Ellis of Covington, GA in the Precision Body Works Special, Lively and Brittain.
Dunn took the lead at the start of the 50-lap race followed by Collins, Kyler Heygood of Douglasville, GA in the Heygood Racing Special, Skinner and Thomas. On lap two, Collins, Skinner and Thomas battled three-wide for second in turns one and two. Collins held on to the second spot, with Skinner moving up to third, and Thomas settled into the fourth spot.
The first of five caution flags came out on lap three when Hanger cut down a tire, and the field doubled up for a Dixie-Style Double-File Restart. Doubled up behind Dunn in second through tenth respectively were Collins, Skinner, Heygood, Thomas, Shaw, Herrington, Matt Brocato of Muscle Shoals, AL in the Valley Metal Fabricators Special, Ahnna Parkhurst of Evans, GA in the EZ Go Special, and Lively.
Thomas got by Heygood for the fourth spot on the restart, and Herrington raced up to the fifth spot. Mike Combs of Odenville, AL spun in turn two on lap four to light up the yellow caution bulb for the second time. Dunn had Collins, Skinner, Thomas, Herrington, Brocato, Parkhurst, Brittain, Ellis and Jake Rainey of Hiram, GA in the Harrod Logging Special doubled up behind him for the restart.
The action picked up on lap seven when Thomas passed Skinner for the third spot, and by lap ten, Dunn had opened up a 1.6 second lead over Collins. Herrington dusted off the top shelf of Talladega Short Track and sailed around the outside of Skinner to take the fourth spot on lap 13. By lap 15, Dunn had caught the cars on the tail end of the lead lap, and business picked up.
Tanner chased down the leader and dove under him in turn three on lap 16. Dunn got caught behind the lapped car of Troy Dixon of Dallas, GA in the Granite Hauling and Grading Rocket which let Collins scoot underneath to take the lead coming off the fourth turn. 
There was also action behind the battle for the lead on lap 16 when Herrington drove around outside of Thomas for the third spot. Just when Herrington caught Dunn to battle for second on lap 21, the caution came out for a turn four spin by Lee Burdett of Hueytown, AL in the LB Construction GRT.
Herrington made his outside move on the restart to pass Dunn for the second spot, and Skinner got by Thomas to take the fourth spot. Collins took a half straightaway lead over Herrington into lapped traffic on lap 35. By lap 40, Herrington and Skinner were all over Collins. 
The leaders avoided disaster on lap 42 when Combs spun the Legacy Environmental Process Rocket in front of the lead trio in turn two. Collins and Herrington slipped by without contact, and Skinner had to dynamite the brakes to keep from getting into Combs. That earned Skinner the VP Racing Lubricants Slick Move of the Race Award.
The final caution flag of the race came out on lap 45 when Brittain and Rainey tangled on the front straightaway while battling for the seventh spot. Crate Racin’ USA officials ticketed Rainey with the caution and Brittain got his spot back for the restart. 
A single-file restart had Collins leading Herrington, Skinner, Thomas, Parkhurst, Dunn, Brittain, Shaw, Hanger and Knowles in the top ten. On the restart, Collins pulled away as Parkhurst fell off the pace. Herrington could not gain any ground on Collins, who took a 1.356 margin of victory under the checkered flag.
The next event for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series will be on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL for the $3,000-to-win 4th Annual King of the Crates Race, Round 14 of the 2020 season.

 
              The economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa.

 
OFFICIAL RESULTS OF ROUND 13 AT TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK IN EASTABOGA, AL ON 10/3/2020:

 
POS      STRT   CAR #  DRIVER                            HOMETOWN                  LAPS    $ WON
1.           2            24          Tanner Collins                 Franklin, GA                    50          $2,500
2.           10          14          Wil Herrington                Hawkinsville, GA            50          $1,250
3.           5            11          Cruz Skinner                    Oxford, AL                       50          $850
4.           4            22          Jimmy Thomas                Phenix City, AL               50          $700
5.           1            21          Corey Dunn (R)               Milledgeville, GA            50          $650
6.           13          05          T.J. Brittain                     Centre, AL                        50          $550
7.           7            1s          Jeremy Shaw                    Millport, AL                     50          $500
8.           6            29          Christian Hanger            Winchester, TN               50          $450
9.           12          21j        Jason Lively                     Eastaboga, AL                 50          $400
10.         23          03          Jody Knowles                   Tyrone, GA                       50          $375
11.         17          44          Curtis Cline                      Douglasville, GA              50          $350
12          11          1            Ty Ellis (R)                       Covington, GA                 50          $300
13.         18          15          Lane Shuler                      Ohatchee, AL                   50          $280
14.         9            78          Matthew Brocato            Muscle Shoals, AL           50          $260
15.         24          2            Trynt Lloyd (R/YG)        Jacksonville, FL               50          $250
16.         25          39          Troy Dixon (R)                Dallas, GA                        48          $250
17.         8            23          Ahnna Parkhurst            Evans, GA                         45          $250
18.         15          87          Jake Rainey (YG)           Hiram, GA                        44          $250
19.         19          53          Sterling Freeman            Chattanooga, TN             44          $250
20.         3            17          Kyler Heygood                Douglasville, GA              41          $250
21.         16          6jr        Parker Martin (R/YG)   Milledgeville, GA            41          $250
22.         21          5            Mike Combs                     Odenville, AL                   40          $250
23.         14          19          Marcus Minga                 Shannon, MS                    34          $250
24.         22          B97       Lee Burdett                      Hueytown, AL                  26          $250
25.         20          C4         Cole Smartt                      Eastaboga, Al                   23          $250

 
ENTRIES: 35
BOYD BUILT FABRICATORS FAST QUALIFIER: Dunn, 14.810 Seconds
PROVISIONALS: Knowles and Lloyd
EMERGENCY PROVISIONAL: Dixon
LEAD CHANGES: 1
LAP LEADERS: Dunn, 1-15; Collins, 16-50
LAPS LED: Collins, 35; Dunn, 15
KNOWLES RACE PARTS HARD CHARGER: Knowles (started 23rd and finished 10th)
VP RACING LUBRICANTS SLICK MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Skinner
FULLMOON GRAPHICS LUCKY 7 AWARD: Shaw
CRUISE WITH THE CHAMPIONS ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Dunn
KRC POWER STEERING B-MAIN WINNERS: Ellis, Lively, and Brittain
CAUTIONS: 5
MARGIN OF VICTORY: 1,356 Seconds
TIME OF THE RACE: 34 Minutes and 56.243 Seconds
NEXT RACE: October 10, $3,000-to-win, 50-laps, North Alabama Speedway, Tuscumbia, AL
BOYD BUILT FABRICATORS GROUP QUALIFYING (Top 5 From East Group Transfer To Main

 

HANGER MAKES QUICK WORK WITH CRATE RACIN’ USA TST CAUTION-FREE WIN


 
              EASTABOGA, AL – Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN took the lead on lap 11 and drove the Hanger Hardwood Rocket to victory in a caution-free 40-lap Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series main event on Friday night at Talladega Short Track. It was Hanger’s second-career series win.

 
Jeremy Shaw of Millport, AL led the first ten laps and came home second in the Bud Coley Trucking Special. Cruz Skinner of Oxford, AL finished third in the Skinner’s Body Shop Rocket and moved back up to second in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series National point standings.
Ahnna Parkhurst of Evans, GA took the fourth spot in the EZ Go Special and Jimmy Thomas of Phenix City, AL was fifth in the Scorpion Race Cars Special. Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series point leader Wil Herrington of Hawkinsville, GA drove the 5m Construction Special to a sixth-place finish.
Brandon Williams of Crossville, TN picked up the Fullmoon Graphics “Lucky 7” Award with a seventh-place effort in the Jeff Woods Construction Special. Tanner Collins of Franklin, GA finished eighth in the Newnan Bonding Rocket, and Sam Seawright of Fort Payne, AL took the ninth spot in the Seawright Racing Special.
Grant Pearl of Anniston, AL rounded out the Top 10 in the Steering Buddy Special. Trynt Lloyd of Jacksonville, FL was the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Race with a 13th-place finish in the C&S Trailer Special. Corey Dunn of Milledgeville, GA was the Knowles Race Parts and Bodies Hard Charger of the Race after he started 23rd and finished 17th in the Georgia Timber CVR.
In preliminary action, Shaw was the Boyd Built Fabricators Fast Time Award winner among the 36 entrants with a lap in Group Qualifying at 14.691 seconds. The three ten-lap KRC Power Steering B-Main Race winners were Jake Rainey of Hiram, GA in the Harrod Logging Special, Seawright, and Pearl.
Shaw took the lead at the start of the race from his outside front row starting spot followed by Hanger, Parkhurst, Skinner, and Thomas. By lap five, Shaw pulled out to a one second lead over Hanger, but the lead began to shrink by a tenth of a second a lap. Hanger drove under Shaw to take the lead on lap 11 and led the rest of the way. 
The pass for the lead earned Hanger the VP Racing Lubricants Slick Move of the Race Award. There were 19 cars on the lead lap at the end of the caution-free 40-lap race. There were still 21 cars running at the drop of the checkered flag.

 
              The economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa.

 
OFFICIAL RESULTS OF ROUND 12 AT TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK IN EASTABOGA, AL ON 10/2/2020:

 
POS      STRT   CAR #  DRIVER                            HOMETOWN                  LAPS    $ WON
1.           1            29          Christian Hanger            Winchester, TN               40          $2,000
2.           2            1s          Jeremy Shaw                    Millport, AL                     40          $1,000
3.           5            11          Cruz Skinner                    Oxford, AL                       40          $700
4.           3            23          Ahnna Parkhurst            Evans, GA                         40          $550
5.           6            22          Jimmy Thomas                Phenix City, AL               40          $425
6.           9            14          Wil Herrington                Hawkinsville, GA            40          $375
7.           7            95          Brandon Williams           Crossville, TN                  40          $350
8.           8            24          Tanner Collins                 Franklin, GA                   40          $325
9.           12          16          Sam Seawright                Fort Payne, AL                40          $300
10.         13          8            Grant Pearl                      Anniston, AL                    40          $275
11.         14          03          Jody Knowles                   Tyrone, GA                       40          $250
12.         10          21          Jason Lively                     Eastaboga, AL                 40          $225
13.         4            2            Trynt Lloyd (R/YG)        Jacksonville, FL               40          $200
14.         19          3            Heath Carr                       Ashland, AL                     40          $200
15.         16          14jr      Victor Turner Jr.            Pell City, AL                     40          $200
16.         15          C6         Oakley Johns                   Hohenwald, TN                40          $200
17.         23          21          Corey Dunn (R)               Milledgeville, GA            40          $200
18.         24          05          T.J. Brittain                     Centre, AL                        40          $200
19.         18          15          Lane Shuler                      Ohatchee, AL                   40          $200
20.         22          5            Mike Combs                     Odenville, AL                   39          $200
21.         11          87          Jake Rainey (YG)           Hiram, GA                        39          $200
22.         21          78          Matthew Brocato            Muscle Shoals, AL           28          $200
23.         20          19          Marcus Minga                 Shannon, MS                    26          $200
24.         17          53          Sterling Freeman            Chattanooga, TN             18          $200

 
ENTRIES: 36
BOYD BUILT FABRICATORS FAST QUALIFIER: Shaw, 14.691 Seconds
PROVISIONALS: Dunn and Brittain
LEAD CHANGES: 1
LAP LEADERS: Shaw, 1-10; Hanger, 11-40
LAPS LED: Hanger, 30; Shaw, 10
KNOWLES RACE PARTS HARD CHARGER: Dunn (started 23rd and finished 17th)
VP RACING LUBRICANTS SLICK MOVE OF THE RACE AWARD: Hanger
FULLMOON GRAPHICS LUCKY 7 AWARD: Williams
KRC POWER STEERING B-MAIN WINNERS: Rainey, Seawright, and Pearl
CRUISE WITH THE CHAMPIONS ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Lloyd
CAUTIONS: None
NEXT RACE: Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL, 10/3/2020, $2,500-To-Win, 50-Laps
 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES MODIFIED SPORTSMAN WEEK 21 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA - The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Modified Sportsman Week 21 schedule of events are listed below. There are three Saturday night Week 21 races on the schedule of events. The 2020 National Championship is still up for grabs between two drivers with two weeks in the season. 

 
              Scottie Hiett of Wedowee, AL has a two-point lead over the defending Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Modified Sportsman National Champion Luke Riddle of Hartselle, AL.  A Week 21 win by Hiett, and he clinches the championship. If Hiett does not win and Riddle wins, the battle goes on to the final week of the season.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for many Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Division competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 21 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 24:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN WEEK 21 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman Week 21 schedule of events are listed below. There will be five Week 21 races with preliminary races on Friday night at Whynot Motorsports Park in Meridian, MS and four races on Saturday night, including a $1,000-to-win race at Whynot Motorsports Park. 

 
              Ryan King of Anniston, AL has clinched the 2020 Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman National Championship with a Perfect Season of 550 points. There is still much to be decided with two weeks left in the 2020 season.

 
              Drivers are still battling for the second through tenth spots in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman point standings to earn a seat at the Annual Awards Banquet in January at the Gatlinburg, TN Convention Center to receive a points fund check and a trophy.   

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Stock Division. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 21 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Friday, October 23:
 
WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARK – MERIDIAN, MS (Preliminary Events For Saturday)

 
Saturday, October 24:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL
NORTHWEST FLORIDA SPEEDWAY – BAKER, FL

 

 

 

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES STREET STOCK WEEK 21 PREVIEW


 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock Week 21 schedule of events are listed below. There will be five Saturday night Week 21 races in four different states. There are two weeks left in the 2020 season.

 
              Ricky Idom of Hattiesburg, MS has clinched his second Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock National Championship, but drivers are still battling for the second through tenth spots in the point standings to earn a seat at the Annual Awards Banquet in January at the Gatlinburg, TN Convention Center to receive a points fund check and a trophy.   

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for many Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 21 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 24:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL
FAYETTEVILLE MOTOR SPEEDWAY – FAYETTEVILLE, NC
NORTHWEST FLORIDA SPEEDWAY – BAKER, FL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 21 PREVIEW

 
 ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Week 21 schedule of events are listed below. There will be four points-paying Week 21 events in two different states with one on Friday night, and three on Saturday night. There are two more weeks left in the 2020 season.

 
Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS has clinched his second straight Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model National Championship, but drivers are still battling for the second through tenth spots in the point standings to earn a seat at the Annual Awards Banquet in January in Gatlinburg, TN to receive a points fund check and a trophy.

 
Newsome Raceway Parts is the Crate Racin’ USA Title Sponsor and serves competitors with economical Chevrolet Performance 604 and 602 Circle Track Engines and Parts. The 400 horsepower economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Division. 

 
The 350 horsepower economical Steel Head, Steel Block Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is the engine of choice in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock and the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Divisions, and the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division.
The Chevrolet Performance 604 and 602 Engines are in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Weekly Racing Series Divisions. 
Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call Newsome Raceway Parts at 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa.

 

 
Friday, October 23:
 
BOOTHILL SPEEDWAY – GREENWOOD, LA ($1,000-To-Win)

 
Saturday, October 17:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
CLARKSVILLE SPEEDWAY – CLARKSVILLE, TN
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN (Double Features – Week 19 Make-Up Race)
 
 

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 20 ROUND UP


 
               ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Week 20 results are listed below. By winning Double Features on Saturday night at Pike County Speedway in McComb, MS, Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS clinched his second straight National Championship driving the #47 Billy Riels Racing Special.

 
Lee will collect a $10,000 check at the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Annual Awards Banquet this January in Gatlinburg, TN. The complete point standings through Week 20 of the 22-week 2020 season are posted at www.crateracinusa.com.

 
              Newsome Raceway Parts is the Crate Racin’ USA Title Sponsor and serves competitors with economical Chevrolet Performance 604 and 602 Circle Track Engines and Parts. The 400 horsepower economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Division. 

 
The 350 horsepower economical Steel Head, Steel Block Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is the engine of choice in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock and the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Divisions, and the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division.
The Chevrolet Performance 604 and 602 Engines are in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Weekly Racing Series Divisions. 
Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call Newsome Raceway Parts at 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/10/2020:

 
1. 47 Shannon Lee – 550 (Perfect Season – Clinched Championship)
2. C6 Oakley Johns – 546
3. 46 Bryson Mitchell – 541
4. 17 Brad Skinner – 540
5. 21 Scott Ladner – 538
5. 33 Sid Scarbrough – 538
7. S4 Seth McCormack – 536
8. 18 Jeremy Idom – 530
8. 2T Tootie Arnold – 530
10. 96 D.G. Hawkins – 529
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 20 RESULTS:

 
Friday, October 16:
 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS (Week 5 Make-Up Race):
1. 1s Jeremy Shaw; 2. 11 Spencer Hughes; 3. 73 Evan Ellis; 4. 84 Randall Beckwith; 5. 51 Brandon Carpenter; 6. 00m Monte Skinner; 7. 78 Matthew Brocato; 8. 33 Sid Scarbrough; 9. J8 Bobby Jordan; 10. 21 Jamie Pickard; 11. 72 Steve Russell; 12. 327 Jamie Tollison; 13. 10 Jason Henry; 14. 95 Wesley Greene; 15. 4 Michael Dearman; 16. 44 Tim Dees; 17. C6 Oakley Johns; 18. C66 Donald Johns DNS.

 
Saturday, October 17:
 
CLARKSVILLE SPEEDWAY – CLARKSVILLE, TN:
1. 1 Aaron Heck; 2. 6 Jimmy Halford; 3. 1 Levi Ashby; 4. 5 Logan Phillips; 5. 47 Jim Gray DNS.

 
COCHRAN MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COCHRAN, GA:
1. 10 Garrett Smith; 2. 6jr Parker Martin; 3. 17 Caleb Gay; 4. 10 Pearson Lee Williams; 5. 6 Dalton Hood; 6. 11 Tyler Mimbs; 7. 14 Logan Palmer; 8. 5 Ken Limrick; 9. 5 Justin Sapp; 10. 40 Tina Johnson; 11. 4 Rye Faulk; 12. Mitch Fulford DNS.

 
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL:
1. 2 Bo Slay; 2. 96 D.G. Hawkins; 3. 21 Joey Moxley; 4. 99 Tim Anderson.

 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS:
1. 14 Wil Herrington; 2. 11 Spencer Hughes; 3. 73 Evan Ellis; 4. 84 Randall Beckwith; 5. 327 Jamie Tollison; 6, 51 Brandon Carpenter; 7. 21 Jamie Pickard; 8. 00m Monte Skinner; 9. 78 Matthew Brocato; 10. 1s Jeremy Shaw; 11. 4 Mitchell Holloway; 12. 72 Steve Russell; 13. 95 Wesley Greene; 14. 91 Jason Markewitz.

 
PIKE COUNTY SPEEDWAY – McCOMB, MS:
(Week 19 Make-Up Race) 1. 47 Shannon Lee; 2. 2T Tootie Arnold; 3. 33 Sid Scarbrough; 4. 21 Scott Ladner; 5. 18 Jeremy Idom; 6. J8 Jamie McClendon; 7. 68 Bryce Fauntleroy; 8. 34 Doug Sanchagrin; 9. 12 Neal Temple; 10. 68 Brandon Thornhill; 11. 51 Nick Gaines; 12. 9 James Moore; 13. 19 Michael Broussard; 14. 4 Thomas Tuberville DNS.

 
(Week 20 Race) 1. 47 Shannon Lee; 2. 2T Tootie Arnold; 3. 18 Jeremy Idom; 4. 68 Bryce Fauntleroy; 5. 34 Doug Sanchagrin; 6. 12 Neal Temple; 7. 33 Sid Scarbrough; 8. 21 Scott Ladner; 9. 68 Brandon Thornhill; 10. J8 Jamie McClendon; 11. 19 Michael Broussard; 12. 55 Nick Gaines DNS; 13. 9 James Moore DNS; 14. 4 Thomas Tuberville DNS.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN:
(Week 19 Make-Up Race) 1. 17jr Tyler Wood; 2. F26 Mark Fields; 3. B87 Brock Hall; 4, C6 Oakley Johns; 5. 28 Justin Maxwell; 6. C66 Donald Johns; 7. B44 Grayson Brewer; 8. H17 Steven Holcomb; 9. 98 Eric Hickerson; 10. 5 Mike Combs; 11. 85 Mitch Thornton; 12. 1 Shannon Davis DNS.

 
(Week 20 Race) 1. C6 Oakley Johns; 2. 17jr Tyler Wood; 3. C66 Donald Johns; 4. B87 Brock Hall; 5. F26 Mark Fields; 6. 28 Justin Maxwell; 7. H17 Steven Holcomb; 8. B44 Grayson Brewer; 9. 85 Mitch Thornton; 10. 5 Mike Combs; 11. 98 Eric Hickerson; 12. 1 Shannon Davis DNS,
 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES MODIFIED SPORTSMAN WEEK 20 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA - The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Modified Sportsman Week 20 results are listed below. The complete point standings through Week 20 of the 22-week 2020 season are posted at www.crateracinusa.com.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for many Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Division competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.
 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES MODIFIED SPORTSMAN POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/18/2020:

 
1. 10 Scottie Hiett – 549
2. 28 Luke Riddle – 547
3. 11 Eric Hickerson – 545
4. J22 Seth Johnston – 539
5. D21 Bradley Qualls - 528
6. 99 Blake Cross – 527
7. 52 Tim Staples – 525
8. 10 Tracy Terrell – 522
9. 25 Jamie Gowers – 516
10. 10 Chuckie Gipson – 512
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES MODIFIED SPORTSMAN WEEK 20 RESULTS:

 
Friday, October 16:
 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS (Week 5 Make-Up Race):
1. 10 Scottie Hiett; 2. 5 Jason Hollis; 3. 22 Chris Hill; 4. 25 Justin Carter; 5. 4 Jason Byrd; 6. 38 Jimmy Anderson; 7. 44 Cole Brown; 8. 81 Shayne Grant; 9. 247 Wesley Cribbs; 10. 1 Adam Prescott; 11. 33 Jordan Phillips; 12. 17 Shane Burns; 13. 44 Kenneth Brown; 14. X1 Heath Beard; 15. 340 Sonny Odle; 16. 0 Mike Langford; 17. 3 Matt Fitzhugh.

 
Saturday, October 17:
 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS:
1. 7 Shay Knight; 2. 10 Scottie Hiett; 3. 5 Jason Hollis; 4. 1 Tim Parker; 5. 44 Cole Brown; 6. 0 Mike Langford; 7. 38 Jimmy Anderson; 8. 92 Jarrad Gray; 9. 4 Jason Byrd; 10. 22 Chris Hill; 11. 247 Wesley Cribbs; 12. 81 Shayne Grant; 13. 33 Jordan Phillips; 14. 340 Sonny Odle; 15. 1 Adam Prescott; 16. 17 Jeremy Browning; 17. 17 Shane Burns; 18. 10 Chuckie Gipson; 19. 52 Tim Staples; 20. 25 Justin Carter; 21. 3 Matt Fitzhugh.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN:
(Week 19 Make-Up Race) 1. 28 Luke Riddle; 2. 11 Eric Hickerson; 3. D21 Bradley Qualls; 4. 99 Blake Cross; 5. 45 Ben Davis; 6. J22 Seth Johnston; 7. 99jr Bobby Hickman Jr.; 8. 10 Jessie White; 9. 185 Timmy Boyd; 10. 2 Dusty Quillen; 11. D4 Bobby Hickman.

 
(Week 20 Race) 1. D21 Bradley Qualls; 2. 28 Luke Riddle; 3. 11 Eric Hickerson; 4. 99 Blake Cross; 5. 45 Ben Davis; 6. J22 Seth Johnston; 7. 2 Dusty Quillen; 8. 185 Timmy Boyd; 9. 99jr Bobby Hickman Jr.; 10. D4 Bobby Hickman; 11. 10 Jessie White.

 
Sunday, October 18:
 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL:
1. 10 Scottie Hiett; 2. 5 Ashley Newman; 3. 50 Casey Ledlow; 4. 10 Tracy Terrell; 5. 25 Shane Stevens; 6. S1 John Smartt; 7. 28 Luke Riddle; 8. J22 Seth Johnston; 9. 22 Chris Hill; 10. 4 Jason Byrd; 11. 45 Marty May; 12. 49 Cody Howard; 13. 3 Chad Murray; 14. 10 Jessie White; 15. 19 Corey Elliott; 16. 157 Derrick Bawcum; 17. 67 Andy McDowell; 18. 18 Johnny Horton; 19. 464 Brian Mitchell; 20. F1 Alan Lacy; 21. T12 Tyler White; 22. 12 David Nichols; 23. 97 Tommy Carroll; 24. 57 Tyler Cox; 25. 2 Dwight Quillen; 26. 44 Randy Holder; 27. 92 Blaze Trull; 28. 12 Ron Bailey; 29. 22 Chase Winkles DNS; 30. 10 Chuckie Gipson DNS; 31. 33 Jordan Phillips DNS.

 

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN WEEK 20 ROUND UP


 
               ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman Week 20 results are listed below. Ryan King of Anniston, AL picked up three 50-point wins over the weekend and clinched the 2020 Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman National Championship.

 
King drove the King Automotive Special to his 14th, 15th and 16th 50-point wins of the 2020 season on Friday and Saturday night at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS, and on Sunday night at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL. The complete point standings through Week 20 of the 22-week 2020 season are posted at www.crateracinusa.com.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Stock Division. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/18/2020:

 
1. 55 Ryan King – 550
2. 44 Brett White – 549
3. 51 Caleb Coan – 544
4. 02 J.C. Wilson – 542
5. 29 Buddy George – 539
6. 0 Doodle Lowe – 531
7. 35 Sherman Everett – 530
8. 57 Dale Lucas – 525
9. 99 Tony Chaney – 523
10. 12 Brandon Crosby – 518
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN WEEK 20 RESULTS:

 
Friday, October 16:
 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS (Week 5 Make-Up Race):
(1ST FEATURE): 1. 44 Brett White; 2. 77 Morgen Lambert; 3. 33 Cody Chism; 4. 51 Colby Ponds; 5. 54 Chace Pennington; 6. 51 T.J. Davis; 7. 16 Terrell Harris; 8. 87 Tody Ratcliff; 9. 17 Johnny Faucett; 10. 8 Michael Anderson; 11. B1 Brodi Owens; 12. 7 David Henson; 13. 21 Phillip Gibson; 14. 7 Dillon Flurry; 15. 58 Cade Barnard; 16. 24 Justin Guest; 17. 07 Blake Bonner; 18. 18 Mike Pickard; 19. 5 Levi Aldridge DNS; 20. 12 Covy Parsons DNS.

 
(2ND FEATURE): 1. 55 Ryan King; 2. 01 Nick Thrash; 3. 99 Tyler Burgess; 4. 14 Chance Inman; 5. 22 Chase Washington; 6. 57 Corey Pennington; 7. 28 Bradley Price; 8. 242 Steve Kirk; 9. 7 Todd Gray; 10. 27 Matt Grable; 11. 81 Michael Dickinson; 12. 82 Preston Walden; 13. 5 Caleb Pickard; 14. 11 Tyler Britnell; 15. 25 Dawson Simpson; 16. 96 Bruce Holman; 17. 4 Brian Hollis; 18. 000 Scott Flurry; 19. 20 Bailey Callahan.

 
Saturday, October 17:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN:
(Week 19 Make-Up Race) 1. 51 Caleb Coan; 2. 61 Joel Russell; 3. 00 Blake Cunningham; 4. 51 Levi Scarbrough; 5. 52 Casey Barber; 6. 91 Jarrett Miller; 7. 00 Randy Alexander; 8. 35 Sherman Everett.

 
(Week 20 Race) 1. 51 Caleb Coan; 2. 51 Levi Scarbrough; 3. 00 Blake Cunningham; 4. 61 Joel Russell; 5. 35 Sherman Everett; 6. 07 Randy Alexander; 7. 52 Casey Barber; 8. 91 Jarrett Miller.

 
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL:
1. 9 Osman Jones; 2. 99 Tyler Webb; 3. 20 John Joiner.

 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS:
(1ST FEATURE): 1. 55 Ryan King; 2. 44 Brett White; 3. 33 Cody Chism; 4. 54 Chance Pennington; 5. 57 Corey Pennington; 6. 27 Matt Grable; 7. 87 Tody Ratcliff; 8. 22 Chase Washington; 9. 28 Bradley Price; 10. 81 Michael Dickinson; 11. 80 Ray Alexander; 12. 16 Terrell Harris; 13. 58 Cade Barnard; 14. 8 Michael Anderson; 15. 20 Bailey Callahan; 16. 7 Todd Gray; 17. B1 Brodi Owens; 18. 242 Steve Kirk.

 
(2ND FEATURE): 1. 51 Colby Ponds; 2. 99 Tyler Burgess; 3. 51 T.J. Davis; 4. 5 Levi Aldridge; 5. 18 Mike Pickard; 6. 7 Dillon Flurry; 7. 14 Gary Jones; 8. 1 Phillip Hall; 9. 5 Caleb Pickard; 10. 96 Bruce Holman; 11. 24 Justin Guest; 12. 83 Ray Mauldin; 13. 16 Heather Lowe; 14. 21 Phillip Gibson; 15. 07 Blake Bonner; 16. 4 Brian Hollis; 17. 25 Dawson Simpson; 18. 12 Covy Parsons.

 
Sunday, October 18:
 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL:
1. 55 Ryan King; 2. 14 Cruz Wallace; 3. 28 Silas Hamm; 4. 15 Chris Bentley; 5. M77 Morgen Lambert; 6. 99 Tony Chaney; 7. 12 Brandon Crosby; 8. 7 Jake Graves; 9. 11 Zach Roach; 10. 18 Aaron Miller; 11. 2 Dwight Quillen; 12. 14 Gary Jones; 13. 11 Mike Williams; 14. 8 Steven Isbell; 15. 14 Brian Murray; 16. 3 Randy Brewer; 17. 15 Austin Steele; 18. 27 Matt Grable; 19. 24 Levi Aldridge; 20. 17 Chuck Tuck; 21. 51 Caleb Coan; 22. 22 Chance Landers; 23. 12 Covy Parsons; 24. 11 Tyler Britnell; 25. 74 Jeremy Nichols; 26. 91 Jarrett Miller; 27. 0 Doodle Lowe DNS.

 
NORTHWEST FLORIDA SPEEDWAY – BAKER, FL:
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NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN WEEK 20 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman Week 20 schedule of events are listed below. There will be seven Week 20 races with one on Friday night, five on Saturday night and one on Sunday afternoon. 

 
              The Friday night race will be a Week 5 Make-Up Race at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS. There will also be a Double Feature event with a Week 19 Make Up Race at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN.

 
              Ryan King of Anniston, AL can clinch the 2020 Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman National Championship with a 50-point win in Week 20 action on Saturday night or Sunday afternoon. King has had a Perfect Season with 550 points, and he currently has 14 50-point wins, including a Week 5 win, so a win at The Mag on Friday night would not count.

 
              Brett White of Kosciusko, MS is one point behind King with 549 points. White also has a Week 5 win. If White wins out with a pair of Week 20 fifty-point wins and a 50-point win in Week 21 and Week 22, he would have a Perfect Season with 550 points and 14 50-point wins. If King fails to win any 50-point races before the end of the season they would be tied in points and 50-point wins. 

 
The tiebreaker to win the 2020 Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman National Championships would be second-place finishes. Going into Week 20 competition, White has one and King has none.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Stock Division. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 20 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Friday, October 16:
 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS (Week 5 Make-Up Race)

 
Saturday, October 17:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN (Double Features – Week 19 Make-Up Race)
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS
NORTHWEST FLORIDA SPEEDWAY – BAKER, FL
Sunday, October 18:
 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL
 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES STREET STOCK WEEK 20 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock Week 20 schedule of events are listed below. There will be eight Week 20 races with one on Friday night, and seven on Saturday night races to be contested in five different states. With Double Feature and Make-Up races, there will be three weeks-worth of points available.

 
              Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS will host a $1,000-to-win Week 5 Make Up race on Friday night. On Saturday night, Camden Motor Speedway in Camden, TN, Pike County Speedway in McComb, MS, and Thunderhill Raceway in Summertown, TN will have Double Features. 

 
The first feature at each track will be a Week 19 Make-Up Race, and the second feature will be the regularly scheduled Week 20 race. The 2020 Newsome Raceway Park Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock Championship has come down to a battle between the 2018 National Street Stock Champion Ricky Idom of Hattiesburg, MS and Carl Kilgore IV of Greenville, MS.
Idom has a Perfect Score of 550 points, and 13 50-point wins. If Idom can get two 50-point wins this weekend, he can clinch his second Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock National Championship. It would have to come at a Double Feature event, as he already has a Week 5 win.
Kilgore has 549 points with ten wins. One more win and Kilgore would have a Perfect Season with 11 50-point wins. The best Kilgore can do this weekend is a pair of 50-point wins since he already has a Week 5 win. That would give him a dozen 50-point wins, one behind Idom with two weeks left in the 22-week season provided Idom’s win total stays at 13.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for many Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 20 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Friday, October 16:
 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS ($1,000-To-Win – Week 5 Make-Up Race)

 
Saturday, October 17:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN (Double Features – Week 19 Make-Up Race)
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS
NEEDMORE SPEEDWAY – NORMAN PARK, GA
NORTHWEST FLORIDA SPEEDWAY – BAKER, FL
PIKE COUNTY SPEEDWAY – McCOMB, MS (Double Features – Week 19 Make-Up Race)
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN (Double Features – Week 19 Make-Up Race

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES STREET STOCK WEEK 20 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock Week 20 schedule of events are listed below. There will be eight Week 20 races with one on Friday night, and seven on Saturday night races to be contested in five different states. With Double Feature and Make-Up races, there will be three weeks-worth of points available.

 
              Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS will host a $1,000-to-win Week 5 Make Up race on Friday night. On Saturday night, Camden Motor Speedway in Camden, TN, Pike County Speedway in McComb, MS, and Thunderhill Raceway in Summertown, TN will have Double Features. 

 
The first feature at each track will be a Week 19 Make-Up Race, and the second feature will be the regularly scheduled Week 20 race. The 2020 Newsome Raceway Park Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock Championship has come down to a battle between the 2018 National Street Stock Champion Ricky Idom of Hattiesburg, MS and Carl Kilgore IV of Greenville, MS.
Idom has a Perfect Score of 550 points, and 13 50-point wins. If Idom can get two 50-point wins this weekend, he can clinch his second Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock National Championship. It would have to come at a Double Feature event, as he already has a Week 5 win.
Kilgore has 549 points with ten wins. One more win and Kilgore would have a Perfect Season with 11 50-point wins. The best Kilgore can do this weekend is a pair of 50-point wins since he already has a Week 5 win. That would give him a dozen 50-point wins, one behind Idom with two weeks left in the 22-week season provided Idom’s win total stays at 13.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for many Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 20 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Friday, October 16:
 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS ($1,000-To-Win – Week 5 Make-Up Race)

 
Saturday, October 17:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN (Double Features – Week 19 Make-Up Race)
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS
NEEDMORE SPEEDWAY – NORMAN PARK, GA
NORTHWEST FLORIDA SPEEDWAY – BAKER, FL
PIKE COUNTY SPEEDWAY – McCOMB, MS (Double Features – Week 19 Make-Up Race)
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN (Double Features – Week 19 Make-Up Race
KING OF THE CRATES FOR THE CRUSA DIRT LATE MODELS THIS SUNDAY AT NAS

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series and North Alabama Speedway officials are hopeful that the third time will be the charm to present the $3,000-to-win 4th Annual King of the Crates 50 this Sunday afternoon at the Tuscumbia, AL clay oval. The weather forecast is very favorable for Sunday afternoon.

 
              The race has been postponed on two different occasions. The original date was on September 12, and that attempt was rained out just before Boyd Built Fabricators Group Qualifying.  The second try for the King of the Crates Race was scheduled for October 10, but that try was rained out by the remnants of Hurricane Delta.

 
The third try this weekend will also be the second time the race has been contested on a Sunday afternoon. The 2019 National Champion Jake Knowles was ordained as King Jake II on Sunday afternoon, September 30, 2018. The track took rubber from top to bottom under the sun but did not lock down and provided the fans and competitors with some great racing action. 
King Jeremy III Shaw of Millport, AL is the defending race winner, and two-time series Champion King Cory I Hedgecock of Loudon, TN won the inaugural race in 2017. Jimmy Thomas of Phenix City, AL won the preliminary 40-lap King of the Crate Race at North Alabama Speedway on September 11 with Shaw finishing second, as he tuned up to keep his crown.
Wil Herrington of Hawkinsville, GA will ride into North Alabama Speedway this Sunday afternoon with a 124-point lead in the National Touring point standings over Cruz Skinner of Oxford, AL. In the first 13 races of the 2020 season, Herrington has 1,194 points after four wins, ten top five finishes, 11 top ten finishes, and three Boyd Built Fabricators Fast Time Awards.
Skinner is in a tight battle for the second spot in the standings with Corey Dunn of Milledgeville, GA. Skinner, with 1,070 points, has an eight-point advantage over Dunn, who has 1,062 points. Skinner has on win, seven top five finishes and ten top ten finishes in 12 races. 
Dunn has one win, three top five finishes, ten top ten finishes and two Boyd Built Fabricators Fast Time Awards in 13 races. Dunn is also the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Year point leader. T.J. Brittain of Centre, AL is fourth in the National standings with 1,016 points, and Jody Knowles of Tyrone, GA is fifth with 968 points.
There will also be a couple of other point battles within a point battle this Sunday afternoon at North Alabama Speedway. Drivers 18 years of age and younger will battle for VP Racing Fuels Young Guns Challenge Series points, and with Late Model drivers having the option to earn Touring points or Weekly points, some will choose to race for Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model points.
Trynt Lloyd of Jacksonville, FL is chasing Bryson Mitchell of Russellville, AL for the VP Racing Fuels Young Guns Challenge Series point lead. Lloyd is sixth in the Touring points, and second in the Young Guns points. Mitchell leads the Young Guns points with an 83-point advantage over Lloyd. 
Mitchell, who is a regular at North Alabama Speedway in Weekly Racing Series action, is third in the Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model points, nine points behind the point leader, 2019 National Champion Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS, and three points behind the second-place driver, Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN.
              The gates at North Alabama Speedway will open on October 18 at 12:30 p.m. Central Time, with Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin; USA Dirt Late Model Series Pre-Race Registration and Technical Inspection from 12:30 p.m. until the start of the Drivers Meeting at 1:45 p.m. Hot Laps are scheduled for 2 p.m. with racing to follow.

 
              North Alabama Speedway is located at 12200 Highway 247, Tuscumbia, AL 35674. For more information call 256-702-5852, or visit the track web site at www.northalabamaspeedway.com. You can also Like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/North-Alabama-Speedway-1859023771051856/.

 
              The economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa.

 

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES MODIFIED SPORTSMAN WEEK 19 PREVIEW


 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA - The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Modified Sportsman Week 19 schedule of events are listed below. There will be three Saturday night Week 19 races. 

 
Fans and competitors are advised to check with the track web sites and Social Media outlets for updates with Hurricane Delta affecting the Southeast this weekend. There are now four weeks left in the 2020 season, and Week 19 competition should bring the Championship hunt into more focus.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for many Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Division competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 19 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 10:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
ECM SPEEDWAY – ARKADELPHIA, AL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, Tn

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN WEEK 19 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Sportsman Week 19 schedule of events are listed below. There will be seven Saturday night Week 18 races. 

 
Fans and competitors are advised to check with the track web sites and Social Media outlets for updates with Hurricane Delta affecting the Southeast this weekend.  There are now four weeks left in the 2020 season, and Week 19 competition should bring the Championship hunt into more focus.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Stock Division. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 19 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 10:
 
ALL TECH RACEWAY – LAKE CITY, FL
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL
ECM SPEEDWAY – ARKADELPHIA, AL
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS
TRI COUNTY SPEEDWAY – FLOMATON, AL
WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARK – MERIDIAN, MS

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES STREET STOCK WEEK 19 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Street Stock Week 19 schedule of events are listed below. There will be eight Saturday night races to be contested in five different states. There are now four weeks left in the 2020 season.

 
Fans and competitors are advised to check with the track web sites and Social Media outlets for updates with Hurricane Delta affecting the Southeast this weekend.  There are now four weeks left in the 2020 season, and Week 19 competition should bring the Championship hunt into more focus.

 
              The economical Steel Block, Steel Head Chevrolet Performance 602 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for many Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Divisions. Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa. 

 
NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS CRATE RACIN’ USA WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 19 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 10:
 
ALL TECH RACEWAY – LAKE CITY, FL
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL
FAYETTEVILLE MOTOR SPEEDWAY – FAYETTEVILLE, NC
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN
TRI COUNTY SPEEDWAY – FLOMATON, AL
WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARK – MERIDIAN, MS

 

NEWSOME RACEWAY PARTS WEEKLY RACING SERIES LATE MODEL WEEK 19 PREVIEW

 
               ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Weekly Racing Series Late Model Week 19 schedule of events are listed below. There will be seven Saturday night races in four states on the Week 19 schedule of events.

 
Fans and competitors are advised to check with the track web sites and Social Media outlets for updates with Hurricane Delta affecting the Southeast this weekend.  There are now four weeks left in the 2020 season, and Week 19 competition should bring the Championship hunt into more focus.

 
              Newsome Raceway Parts is the Crate Racin’ USA Title Sponsor and serves competitors with economical Chevrolet Performance 604 and 602 Circle Track Engines and Parts. The 400 horsepower economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Division. 

 
The 350 horsepower economical Steel Head, Steel Block Chevrolet Performance 602 Engine is the engine of choice in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock and the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Modified Sportsman Divisions, and the exclusive engine used in the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Late Model Sportsman Division.
The Chevrolet Performance 604 and 602 Engines are in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. Newsome Raceway Parts gives a portion of the sales from each Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine sold back to the Crate Racin’ USA Point Funds in four different Weekly Racing Series Divisions. 
Each economical Chevrolet Performance Circle Track Engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order call Newsome Raceway Parts at 1-877-497-3624.

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site atwww.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CrateRacinUSA/.  You can follow us on Twitter @CrateRacinUSALM, and at Instagram at crateracinusa.

 

 
Saturday, October 10:
 
ALL TECH RACEWAY – LAKE CITY, FL
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
DEEP SOUTH SPEEDWAY – LOXLEY, AL
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN
TRI COUNTY SPEEDWAY – FLOMATON, AL
WHYNOT MOTORSPORTS PARK – MERIDIAN, MS

 

 

 

KING OF THE CRATES RACE AT NAS POSTPONED UNTIL OCTOBER 18


 
               ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Crate Racin’ USA and North Alabama Speedway officials have announced that Saturday’s $3,000-to-win 4th Annual King of the Crates Race for the Newsome Raceway Parts Dirt Late Model Series has been postponed due to the forecasted path remnants of Hurricane Delta will be taking this weekend. The race has been rescheduled for Sunday, October 18.

 
              The gates at North Alabama Speedway will open on October 18 at 12:30 p.m. Central Time, with Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin; USA Dirt Late Model Series Pre-Race Registration and Technical Inspection from 12:30 p.m. until the start of the Drivers Meeting at 1:45 p.m. Hot Laps are scheduled for 2 p.m. with racing to follow.

 
              “We rescheduled the race on a Sunday to avoid scheduling conflicts with other tracks, events in the area, and other events,” Crate Racin’ USA Director Adam Stewart said. “It is our hope to have the show completed and have everyone on the road home by 5 p.m.”

 
              This is the second postponement of the King of the Crates Race, as it was rained out just before Boyd Built Fabricators Group Qualifying on September 12. It will also be the second time the race has been contested on a Sunday afternoon. 

 
The 2019 National Champion Jake Knowles was ordained as King Jake II on Sunday afternoon, September 30, 2018. The track took rubber from top to bottom under the sun but did not lock down and provided the fans and competitors with some great racing action. 
King Jeremy III Shaw of Millport, AL is the defending race winner, and two-time series Champion King Cory I Hedgecock of Loudon, TN won the inaugural race in 2017. Jimmy Thomas of Phenix City, AL won the preliminary 40-lap King of the Crate Race at North Alabama Speedway on September 11.
              North Alabama Speedway is located at 12200 Highway 247, Tuscumbia, AL 35674. For more information call 256-702-5852, or visit the track web site at www.northalabamaspeedway.com. You can also Like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/North-Alabama-Speedway-1859023771051856/.

 
              The economical Aluminum Head, Steel Block, Chevrolet Performance 604 Circle Track Engine is the engine of choice for the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series competitors. The Chevrolet Performance 604 Engine is in stock and available for free next day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, SC. 

 
For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site at www.crateracinusa.com, or visit the series on Facebook at

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Joey Coulter Claims SMART Modified Win In Florence Debut  

 

  • For Immediate Release  

 

TIMMONSVILLE, SC (October 17) – Former NASCAR Truck Series winner Joey Coulter made his Modified debut Saturday night at Florence Motor Speedway setting a new track record and taking the Southern Modified Auto Racing Teams (SMART) win in the Smart Chevrolet 99.  

            “I told Randy [Renfrow] to tell me what pace to go and when to go and then I’ll give you what I’ve got,” said Coulter afterwards.  “When he turned me loose I knew it was the right time to go.  What an awesome car, awesome night, awesome weekend.”  

            Coulter set a new track record in qualifying with a fast lap of 16.956 seconds, but would start ninth after the redraw.  That put Caraway winner, Brian Loftin, on the pole, alongside two-time SMRS Modified champion, Jeremy Gerstner.   

            Gerstner would get the lead at the start of the race, but would be bypassed early on by NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour race winner, James Civali.  The two would set a torrid early pace, putting several cars a lap down, including 10-time Bowman Gray Speedway champion, Tim Brown, who spun on lap 18 to bring out the night’s first caution.  

            Gerstner would go back out front on the restart, but Civali again would move by to take the lead on lap 25.  Former NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour champion, Jamie Tomaino, ran as high as third, but spun exiting turn four on lap 26.  Following a competition caution on lap 30, Gerstner would again go back out front and would lead until being passed by Tom Buzze on lap 52.  Unfortunately for Gerstner, his chances at winning ended a lap later when the lapped machine of Carlos Gray spun in turn three and collected him and Jason Myers.  

            Tire strategy was now coming into play as Burt Myers assumed the lead from Buzze on the restart.  Now back on the lead lap, Tim Brown and B. Myers ran side-by-side for several laps as they battled for the lead, until the caution waved with 31 laps to go for a spin by Civali on the backstretch.  B. Myers and several lead lap cars pitted, putting Brown into the lead until Coulter moved by with 25 laps to go.  Coulter led the rest of the way to take his first career SMART Modified win over B. Myers, Brian Loftin, John Smith, and Brown.  

Averitt Lucas took the lead from Perry Patino on lap 6 and never looked back to take his second straight Limited Late Model win at Florence.  Polesitter Casey Kelley dropped back to fifth in the early going, but was making his way back to the front before tangling with Robert Powell for second with 15 laps to go.  Following Lucas at the checkered flag were Isabella Robusto, Clay Thomas, Anthony Miller, and Kevin Parsons.  

            Veterans Strom Altman and Jody Measamer had a heated battle for the lead throughout the night before Altman was able to take command with 8 laps to go and get the win in SuperTrucks.  Willie Grainger took a wild ride off the back straightaway with 26 laps to go, which would eventually lead to the end of his night.  Behind Altman at the finish were Cody Kelley, Measamer, Adam McCumbee, and Jacob Lewis.  

            Brandon Johnson passed Matt Briggs with 7 laps to go to take the Mini Stock win.  Rounding out the top five were Connor Lee, Will Bruorton, and Drake Williamson.     

            The next event at Florence Motor Speedway will be the Charlie Powell Memorial weekends in November.  The South Carolina 250 will be on Saturday, November 14 for the Limited Late Models, SuperTrucks, and Mini Stocks.  The following weekend will be the South Carolina 400 featuring Late Model Stocks and Tour-Type Modifieds.  Be sure to “Like” Florence Motor Speedway on Facebook, follow @FlorenceMSpdwy on Twitter to keep up on all that’s going on in 2020 or visit fmspeedway.com

 
 

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BLAIR BECOMES 1ST PACE RUSH LATE MODEL TOUR REPEAT WINNER OF 2020 WITH 3RD "STEEL CITY STAMPEDE" VICTORY AT LERNERVILLE; 1ST 2020 EQUIPMENT RENTAL OPTIONS RUSH SPRINT WIN FOR RUTH; WOLBERT CAPS OFF HOVIS RUSH SPORTSMAN MOD WEEKLY TITLE WITH WIN
(Sarver, PA)...The Pace Performance RUSH Racing Series together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC once again participated in the "Steel City Stampede" finale at Lernerville Speedway this past weekend. The 12th edition saw three of RUSH's classes spotlighted with Max Blair capturing the Pace Late Model Touring Series victory, while Gale Ruth, Jr. copped the Equipment Rental Options Sprint Car Weekly Series special, and Chas Wolbert claimed the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Sportsman Modified Weekly Series special on Saturday night. In addition, Zach Kane closed out the 13-division racing program winning the RUSH Late Model Non-Qualifier.
 
For the first 10 years of the "Steel City Stampede", there had never been a repeat winner in the Crate Late Model division. Last year, Max Blair ended a seven-year drought between "Steel City Stampede" victories, and on Saturday night Blair led all 25 laps for his second consecutive event win and third of his career. Blair, who opened the 2020 Pace RUSH Late Model Touring Series with a victory at Lernerville in the $10,000 to-win "Bill Emig Memorial", ended the season by becoming the first repeat winner of 2020. Blair had to fend off challenges by Joe Martin on several late race restarts for the $2,000 victory.
 
"This place is tough on restarts especially when you don't race here all the time," acknowledged the 30-year-old Centerville, Pa. standout. "I didn't know which lane to protect. I tried the top, then I took the bottom and felt like I got a little better start. Joe (Martin) was trying to lag back and really get a run on me so I tried to lag back and whoever was behind me kind of picked me up a bit. I didn't take off as good and thought it might have lost me the race, but we got back out in front of him down here (turns one and two). Joe is one of my good friends. We help each other a lot when we race together so it's always fun to race with him."
 
After winning the dash on Friday night to earn the pole position, Blair took off in the lead at the start of the 25-lap feature over Tommy Schirnhofer, Jr. and Tour regulars Joe Martin, Ryan Frazee, and Michael Duritsky, Jr. On lap two, Martin put a big slide job on Schirnhofer in turn four to grab second. After falling out of the top five early, Colton Flinner raced into fourth on lap six then put a slider on Schirnhofer for third on lap eight. Flinner, who was driving one of his old cars recently purchased by Bob Bentz, closed in on Martin on lap nine; however, his shot at capturing the Touring Series Car Owner Championship for Bentz ended when he slipped over the cushion in turn four to bring out the caution with 13 laps scored.
 
Tour regular Logan Zarin had raced from seventh to third with five laps to go before getting tangled up in an accident. The man on the move was 14th starting Chad Homan. The Penfield, New York driver, who finished fifth in the 2019 Pace RUSH Weekly Series points, was making his 2020 RUSH debut and worked his way up to third by lap 21. Homan was right there in the battle for the lead as him and Martin were trying everything they could to overtake Blair.
 
Martin was all over Blair in the final four laps following the last restart, but just was unable to make the pass as Blair's Murphy's Logging/C&J Dairy/Previty's Auto Wrecking/Specialty Products/Moody & Son Welding/Upstate Auto-sponsored #111 would take the checkered flag first by a winning margin of only 0.690 of a second for his all-time leading 29th career RUSH Tour victory.
 
Martin's $1,000 runner-up effort was his best Tour finish of 2020 eclipsing his third on July 18 at Pittsburgh as he earned second place in the Tour Driver points. Homan's third place was his best Tour finish since a third place run more than two years ago on July 18, 2018 at Outlaw Speedway in his home state.
 
Jeremy Wonderling finished fourth to earn his third straight Tour title and continues to lead the National Weekly Series Championship, but it was an eventful weekend to say the least. Wonderling discovered motor issues on Friday and borrowed a motor from Tour regular Logan Zarin on Saturday. Wonderling went out and won the first B main and raced from 21st to battle for a top five before jumping the cushion and falling deep back through the field. Wonderling though wasn't done as he charged back up to fourth place to secure the Tour Owner Championship over Bentz. It was Wonderling's fourth fourth place finish in six starts as he failed to finish worse than sixth in any Tour race.
 
Jason Knowles, who had a great season at New York's Woodhull Raceway winning five features and the track championship, made his first Tour start of the 2020 season. The third place Weekly Series point man had a solid effort finishing fifth after starting 12th for the former longtime Tour regular. Schirnhofer dropped to sixth. Flinner worked his way back up to seventh. RUSH rookie Josh Ferry was eighth as he locked up third place in the Tour Driver points. Two other New York racers in Clayton Tarabori and Brian Knowles also made their first Tour starts of 2020 and finished ninth and tenth respectively.
 
Zach Kane had planned on competing in his own #10 car, but discovered a broken rear end prior to race day on Friday. Kane decided to hook up with Joe and Andrew Squatriglia and bring their #15X car to Lernerville on Saturday where Kane tagged the first B main and missed the transfer spot by one. That earned Kane the pole position for the Non-Qualifier, which he went out and dominated for the $200 victory. The 28-year-old Washington, Pa. driver became the 43rd different winner in 52 races run all-time. Fifth starting D.J. Nakutis was second. After spinning out on lap four, Jason Harmon came back to finish third in his first Tour start in more than two years. Denny Nakutis and Jacob Peterson were fourth and fifth.
 
Rookie racer Kassidy Kamicker finished sixth in the Non-Qualifier to earn the "Wheelman" Bonus Event Challenge Series Championship, worth $300. The 17-year-old Aliquippa, Pa. go-kart graduate also finished second in the "Futures Cup" points and 10th in Tour Driver points!
 
Frazee set fast time in FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying for the first time in his career with a lap of 17.039 over the 33-car field on Friday night to earn $100. Picking up heat race wins on Friday night were Frazee, Flinner, Ferry, and Blair to add $25 from FK Rod Ends. Saturday's last chance B mains were copped by Wonderling and Khole Wanzer.  
 
Making just his third start aboard the new #24 team owned by Rich and Melinda McConnell, Gale Ruth, Jr. went out and dominated the caution-free RUSH Sprint Car feature. Ruth led all 20 laps ending a 50-month plus winless drought as he earned the $800 Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series special victory in the 2020 finale. Ruth also became the third different "Steel City Stampede" winner in as many years.
 
"Man you don't know what this means to me," expressed the 42-year-old Pleasantville, Pa. driver. "The Lord has been so good to me this last year. I can't thank the McConnell Family enough to get an opportunity to drive a car like this; without them along with Brian Steinman and George Frederick none of this would be possible. It's amazing to be as blessed as I am to do this. It means a lot to win here, but it means so much to win for Rich (McConnell). Him and I have been friends for so long. This is just a dream come true to do this for him. I have to thank Don Blackshear for getting this motor put together so soon; it was a last minute deal and we weren't even supposed to race this year. I also want to thank my dad and everyone watching at home on DIRTVision- I really appreciate it."

 
While Ruth raced to the early lead, Brian Woodhall passed Zach Morrow for second on the opening lap. Brian Ruhlman then passed Morrow for third on lap three. Morrow stayed with Ruhlman and a great battle ensued for third, while Ruth began to check out from the field on lap five. By lap nine, Steve Pedley joined the battle for third. Ruhlman finally broke free of Morrow and Pedley as he closed in on Woodhall on lap 13. Ruhlman made the pass for second on lap 15.
 
By the time Ruhlman got to second, Ruth had a solid straightaway lead. Ruth went unchallenged in the Rustler Sales & Service-sponsored #24 taking his first win since August 15, 2018 by 4.515 seconds. Ruth's fourth career Lernerville win was the sixth of his RUSH career overall. Ruhlman has now finished runner-up at the "Steel City Stampede" in all three years for the RUSH Sprint Cars!
 
Woodhall, Morrow, and Pedley were third through fifth. Andy Feil went ninth to sixth as Brian Hartzell, Rick Regalski, Jr., Jack Sodeman, Jr., and rookie Brandon Shughart completed the top 10. Heat winners on Friday night over the 17-car field were Morrow and Ruhlman. Though he wasn't in competition for the final two races, Jeremy Weaver captured his first Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series Championship driving the Cal and Ted Hull-owned #41.
 
Despite COVID-19 delaying the start, it's been a dream season for Chas Wolbert in the Pace RUSH Sportsman Modifieds. On Saturday night, Wolbert put the icing on the cake of his first Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Weekly Series Championship by winning the $800 caution-free feature. Wolbert passed early leader Josh Deems on lap five and held off a valiant charge by two-time champion Garrett Krummert to become the amazing seventh different "Steel City Stampede" winner in as many years!
 
"This is awesome," expressed the 26-year-old Warren, Ohio racer. "My goal was obviously to win a championship and finish decent in this race. We've never won the 'Stampede'. We hit all of our goals tonight. We've been blessed to still race when we can with COVID. We've had a great car all year against great competition. I've been four years at this and have come up short every year by just a few points. I have great people around me. When you put yourself to something and get the reward back out of it- you can't complain at all."
 
Deems, who always excels at Lernerville, took off in the lead over Tony Tatgenhorst in search of his first win of 2020. Wolbert started fifth, was up to fourth after one lap, and then drove under Krummert and Tatgenhorst for second on lap two. Wolbert caught Deems on lap three and two laps later snuck under him racing off turn four for the lead.
 
Krummert, who was also the 2020 Lernerville Big-Block Modified Champion for the first time in his career, passed good friend, Tatgenhorst, for third on lap four then drove past Deems with the benefit of the lapped car of Joe Gibson going down the backstretch on lap 13. Wolbert was mired in lapped traffic allowing Krummert to close in on lap 16. Krummert was all over Wolbert in the final laps, but Wolbert's Alcon Mechanical/Dunkin Donuts of Warren, OH/C.T. Wolbert Trucking/Walters Building Co./Ohio Intra Express/Russ King Racing/Sawtelle Tree-sponsored #c3 held on by just 0.293 of a second for his 11th overall win of 2020 and 33rd of his career in the division.
 
Deems was a solid third over Tatgenhorst. Rob Kristyak, who won the Wedge Motorsports "Route 7 Rumble" Series Championship finished fifth. Completing the top 10 were Clayton Deems, 14th starting Jacob Wolfe, Kole Holden, Jacob Jordan, and Steve Slater. Heat winners on Friday night were Krummert and Tatgenhorst.
 
Other than a pair of RUSH Late Model Weekly Series specials the next two weekends at Delaware International and Georgetown Speedways, the 2020 season for all of the RUSH Racing Series divisions are now completed. The 2020 RUSH Awards Banquet & Dinner will be on Saturday, January 17 at Gatherings Banquet & Event Center in Edinburg, Pa.
 
Pace Performance RUSH Late Model Touring Series Race #6 "Steel City Stampede" (25 laps, $2,000 to-win): 1. MAX BLAIR (111) 2. Joe Martin (Snyder 10s) 3. Chad Homan (91) 4. Jeremy Wonderling (3J) 5. Jason Knowles (4) 6. Tommy Schirnhofer, Jr. (8s) 7. Colton Flinner (Bentz 60M) 8. Josh Ferry (33) 9. Clayton Tarabori (16T) 10. Brian Knowles (7) 11. Ryan Frazee (11F) 12. Logan Zarin (1z) 13. Joey Zambotti III (948) 14. Jim Rasey (Wrightsman 21J) 15. Khole Wanzer (01W) 16. Kurt Stebbins (26) 17. Collin Burke (41) 18. Kyle Murray (21) 19. Eric Hamilton, Jr. (33x) 20. Bill Kessler (09) 21. Michael Duritsky, Jr. (90J) 22. Levi Spinneweber (Lukon 184X) 23. Cole Petrelle (184) 24. Tony White (27T).
 
Non-Qualifier (8 laps, $200 to-win):1. Zach Kane (Squatriglia 15x) 2. D.J. Nakutis (31) 3. Jason Harmon (521) 4. Denny Nakutis (3) 5. Jacob Peterson (McGee 112) 6. Kassidy Kamicker (72B) 7. Joe Zulisky (58) 8. Chuck Recker (6)-DNS 9. Brandon Lott (47)-DNS.
 
Car Count: 41
Feature Margin of Victory: 0.690 of a second
Feature Lap Leaders: Max Blair (1-30)
 
FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying ($100 for fast time) (Track record 16.776 by Alex Ferree 10/18/19) 1. 11F-Ryan Frazee, 00:17.039[18]; 2. 10S-Joe Martin, 00:17.075[16]; 3. 8S-Tommy Schirnhofer Jr, 00:17.184[9]; 4. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr, 00:17.187[19]; 5. 1Z-Logan Zarin, 00:17.215[15]; 6. 60M-Colton Flinner, 00:17.229[12]; 7. 33-Josh Ferry, 00:17.251[30]; 8. 111-Max Blair, 00:17.337[1]; 9. 7-Brian Knowles, 00:17.415[13]; 10. 27T-Tony White, 00:17.526[14]; 11. 184X-Levi Spinneweber, 00:17.539[17]; 12. 4-Jason Knowles, 00:17.625[20]; 13. 184P-Cole Petrelle, 00:17.632[3]; 14. 91-Chad Homan, 00:17.660[28]; 15. 21-Kyle Murray, 00:17.740[6]; 16. 09-Bill Kessler, 00:17.861[23]; 17. 26-Kurt Stebbins, 00:17.949[11]; 18. 33X-Eric Hamilton Jr, 00:18.093[5]; 19. 21J-Jim Rasey, 00:18.179[32]; 20. 41B-Collin Burke, 00:18.188[25]; 21. 3N-Denny Nakutis, 00:18.195[24]; 22. 16T-Clayton Tarabori, 00:18.203[21]; 23. 521-Jason Harmon, 00:18.407[31]; 24. 948-Joey Zambotti III, 00:18.410[10]; 25. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling, 00:18.443[22]; 26. 112-Jacob Peterson, 00:18.649[8]; 27. 01W-Khole Wanzer, 00:18.815[26]; 28. 31N-DJ Nakutis, 00:18.858[29]; 29. 6R-Chuck Recker, 00:18.905[2]; 30. 47L-Brandon Lott, 00:18.984[27]; 31. 58-Joe Zulisky, 00:19.156[7]; 32. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker, 00:19.748[4]; 33. 15X-Zach Kane NT.
  
FK Rod Ends Heat 1 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win) 1. 11F-Ryan Frazee[1]; 2. 1Z-Logan Zarin[2]; 3. 184P-Cole Petrelle[4]; 4. 7-Brian Knowles[3]; 5. 26-Kurt Stebbins[5]; 6. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling[7]; 7. 3N-Denny Nakutis[6]; 8. 6R-Chuck Recker[8]; 9. 15X-Zach Kane[9]-DNS.
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 2 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win) 1. 60M-Colton Flinner[2]; 2. 10S-Joe Martin[1]; 3. 16T-Clayton Tarabori[6]; 4. 91-Chad Homan[4]; 5. 33X-Eric Hamilton Jr[5]; 6. 27T-Tony White[3]; 7. 47L-Brandon Lott[8]; 8. 112-Jacob Peterson[7].
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 3 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win) 1. 33-Josh Ferry[2]; 2. 8S-Tommy Schirnhofer Jr[1]; 3. 184X-Levi Spinneweber[3]; 4. 21-Kyle Murray[4]; 5. 21J-Jim Rasey[5]; 6. 01W-Khole Wanzer[7]; 7. 521-Jason Harmon[6]; 8. 58-Joe Zulisky[8].
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 4 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win) 1. 111-Max Blair[2]; 2. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr[1]; 3. 4-Jason Knowles[3]; 4. 09-Bill Kessler[4]; 5. 948-Joey Zambotti III[6]; 6. 41B-Collin Burke[5]; 7. 31N-DJ Nakutis[7]; 8. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker[8].
 
Last Chance B Main 1 (8 laps, Top 2 transfer to A): 1. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling[1]; 2. 27T-Tony White[2]; 3. 15X-Zachary Kane[7]; 4. 112-Jacob Peterson[6]; 5. 6R-Chuck Recker[5]; 6. 47L-Brandon Lott[4]; 7. 3N-Denny Nakutis[3].
 
Last Chance B Main 2 (8 laps, Top 2 transfer to A): 1. 01W-Khole Wanzer[1]; 2. 41B-Collin Burke[2]; 3. 58-Joe Zulisky[5]; 4. 521-Jason Harmon[3]; 5. 31N-DJ Nakutis[4]; 6. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker[6].
 
Dash (6 laps): 1. 111-Max Blair[2]; 2. 8S-Tommy Schirnhofer Jr[1]; 3. 10S-Joe Martin[4]; 4. 11F-Ryan Frazee[3]; 5. 60M-Colton Flinner[6]; 6. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr[8]; 7. 1Z-Logan Zarin[7]; 8. 33-Josh Ferry[5].
 
Pace RUSH Sprint Cars Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series Special (20 laps, $800 to-win): 1. GALE RUTH, JR. (McConnell 24) 2. Brian Ruhlman (49) 3. Brian Woodhall (8B) 4. Zach Morrow (27) 5. Steve Pedley (21) 6. Andy Feil (Mahoney/Eckart 9J) 7. Brian Hartzell (69) 8. Rick Regalski, Jr. (Clever 14) 9. Jack Sodeman, Jr. (Williams 8) 10. Brandon Shughart (29) 11. Nolan Groves (25) 12. Blaze Myers (36) 13. Dave Hawkins (27) 14. Brandon Blackshear (10) 15. A.J. MacQuarrie (Hartzell 69X) 16. Tyler Newhart (57N) 17. Amelia Clay (16c).
 
Pace RUSH Sportsman Modifieds Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Weekly Series Special (20 laps, $800 to-win): 1. CHAS WOLBERT (c3) 2. Garrett Krummert (Schaffer 10s) 3. Josh Deems (9D) 4. Tony Tatgenhorst (63T) 5. Rob Kristyak (00) 6. Clayton Deems (55R) 7. Jacob Wolfe (7) 8. Kole Holden (2) 9. Jacob Jordan (28J) 10. Steve Slater (29) 11. Greg Porter (25) 12. Chelsie Kriegisch (10) 13. David Kalb, Jr. (11J) 14. Mike Smith (0) 15. Brian Schaffer (14) 16. Joe Gibson (119) 17. Brandon Ritchey (17).
 
RUSH Racing Series is brought to you by Pace Performance together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC 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, Zarin Truck & Automotive, Sherwood Wheels, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, Lincoln Electric, Velocita-USA, Classic Ink USA, CrateInsider.com, and Wedge Motorsports.
 
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.
 
 

 

MARYLAND TEEN LEVI CROWL SLAYS "THE MONSTER HALF-MILE" WITH 1ST CAREER RUSH LATE MODEL TOUR WIN WORTH $3100 IN NIGHT 2 OF THE "BILL HENDREN MEMORIAL" PRESENTED BY FK ROD ENDS & PRO FAB AT PITTSBURGH

(Imperial, PA)...The Pace Performance RUSH Dirt Late Model Touring Series together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC returned to Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway on Saturday for night two of the 10th annual "Bill Hendren Memorial" presented by FK Rod Ends together with Pro Fabrication as part of the "Pittsburgher 100" weekend with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. A total of 43 different RUSH cars participated over the two nights, which were two complete shows for the first time. The four 2020 Tour events at PPMS averaged 41 cars per night! The following helped make the "Bill Hendren Memorial" the richest to date: FK Rod Ends, Pro Fabrication, Pace Performance, Miley Motor Sports, Hendren Racing Engines, CrateInsider.com, Dirtwrap, Zarin Truck & Auto, Branden Lockwich, and the RUSH Racing Series.
 
Third year RUSH Late Model teenage racer Levi Crowl pulled off one of the biggest upset wins in Pace Performance Touring Series history on Saturday night. Crowl charged from the seventh starting spot to pass Kyle Lukon, winner of four of the last six Tour races at Pittsburgh, with seven laps to go then fended off challenges from two-time Tour champion Jeremy Wonderling and track regular Jake Gunn to capture the popular victory. In addition to the $3,100 payday, Crowl received a free wrap for the 2021 season from Dirtwrap valued at $800! Crowl became the fifth different Tour winner in five races in 2020 and third different driver to earn his first career Tour win!
 
Prior to 2020, Crowl made three Tour appearances at Pittsburgh failing to qualify for the feature each night; in fact, Crowl had competed in the "One to Remember" Non-Winners race each of the past two years during the "Pittsburgher". This year, Crowl scored the first two RUSH wins of his career coming at his home track, Winchester Speedway, in Weekly Series competition. Crowl didn't give up and returned to Pittsburgh on August 8 qualifying for the "Jook George Steel City Classic" with a 10th place finish and followed that up with a 16th place effort on Friday night. Persistence then paid off on Saturday night as Crowl was able to slay the "Monster Half-Mile"!
 
"It's extremely hard to win at this track," acknowledged the 19-year-old Clear Spring, MD racer. "Last year at this time we were running the Non-Qualifier race running third, fourth, and fifth- this is insane! I have no idea how this happened to be honest. I watched the Lucas Oil guys run the bottom. I knew it was rubbered up down there. I watched Lukon and some other guys try and run the top in traffic so I just stuck true to the bottom. It was bad fast, I persevered, and this is awesome. Everyone that comes here is the best of the best in the East Coast. I knew once I slipped up it wasn't going to be good; Lukon, Wonderling- someone was going to go under me. I regrouped, hit my marks in (turns) one and two, and three and four and we came away with the win!"
 
"It means everything to win here- I'm ecstatic," continued Crowl. "It's a true testament to my guys and how hard they work. We dream big. We come here and want to make the feature and from there we want to run top 10, but to come away with a win is unreal especially against these guys and this caliber of competition. It shows when the time came we can compete with these guys. My dad has been my best friend and crew chief since day one in Quarter-Midgets. I have to thank all of my sponsors and everyone that helps; definitely want to thank RUSH for putting this together. I wish we could have done 'Battle of the Bay' this year, but to be able to come here and get one is awesome."
 
Lukon picked up where he left off after winning Friday night's $3,100 Tour feature by setting fast time, winning his heat race, and the dash on Saturday night. Most figured Lukon would cruise to another $3,100 payday as he took off in the lead at the start of the feature, which followed the 100-lap Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series main event. Wonderling drove under and by Charlier for second on lap two. By lap five, Lukon and Wonderling began to distance themselves from the field, while the battle was on for third between Charlier and Logan Zarin. On lap six, Zarin put a slider on Charlier to take over the third, which was where he finished on Friday night for his best career Tour effort.
 
Chub Frank slowed on lap nine with a flat tire to bring out the night's first caution. That caution may have been what changed the night for Crowl. Crowl started seventh, but had fell back to ninth early on before getting back up to seventh when the caution was displayed. When racing resumed on lap 10, Crowl worked his way into fourth. The following lap, Crowl passed Zarin for third. Another driver making his way forward was Jake Gunn. Gunn started back in 11th and cracked the top five on lap 11 taking the spot from John Mollick then passed Zarin one lap later for fourth.
 
As the laps ticked off without another caution, Lukon caught lapped traffic on lap 20. Crowl meanwhile ran down Wonderling and made the pass for second on lap 21 in traffic. Crowl had the bottom working to perfection, and while Lukon struggled in traffic, Crowl pulled even and made the winning pass off the bottom of turn four on lap 23. Wonderling and Gunn though didn't go away as they both passed Lukon for second and third respectively on lap 25.
 
It looked like Crowl was well on his way to victory, but the teenager missed his mark in turn four coming to the white flag as his lead disappeared. Wonderling tried to use lapped traffic to his advantage racing to the outside of Crowl in turn one, but Crowl had the grip on the inside as Wonderling lost traction yielding second to Gunn. It was then a race to the checkered flag with Crowl running a perfect final lap to win by 0.778 of a second in his Drydene/Wrenches & Wreckers/Noel's Fire Protection/MS Shock Therapy.TW Vance Trucking-sponsored #5.
 
What a run for Gunn advancing nine spots for a career best Tour runner-up finish worth $1,500. Gunn has made select RUSH Tour starts each of the past eight years, but prior to Saturday night his best career finish was a ninth on two different occasions back in 2018 and 2015. It was a good weekend for the Gunn Family as Jake's younger brother Zach not only qualified for the feature both nights, but also finished second in the "One to Remember" Non-Winners race on Friday night.
 
Wonderling's third place finish was his career best at Pittsburgh as prior to Saturday night he had three fourth place efforts at the track including Friday night. Wonderling has now finished in the top six in all five Tour events this season including four top fours as he looks to nail down his third straight RUSH Tour Championship.
 
Kentucky's Grant Garrison had a career best Pittsburgh and RUSH Tour run finish by going 15th to fourth beating his best prior finish of fifth in 2018. After leading the first 22 laps, Lukon dropped to fifth at the finish. After Alex Ferree finished second on Friday night driving the Bob Bentz #60M, John Mollick was back behind the wheel of the #60M on Saturday night and finished sixth to stay in the hunt for the RUSH Tour Car Owner Championship.
 
Tommy Schirnhofer, Jr. was seventh over Charlier, who dropped to eighth. After going 23rd to sixth on Friday night, Josh Ferry had another good run finishing ninth from the 13th starting spot. Jacob Hawkins was aboard Chad Sines' #15 that competes on the RUSH Tour and raced from 23rd to 10th after failing to qualify for the feature on Friday night.    
 
RUSH rookie Cole Petrelle led all 10 laps of the Non-Qualifier race to close out the "Bill Hendren Memorial" weekend and earned $500. After a caution for Josh Stoica and Kassidy Kamicker before one lap was scored, Petrelle was never challenged crossing the checkered flag first by an impressive 4.001 seconds. The 36-year-old Follansbee, WV driver became the 42nd different winner in 51 Non-Qualifier races run all-time in his Quick Time Suspension/Tye Twarog Racing-sponsored #184.
 
Maryland's Chuck Bowie raced from fifth to finish second. Colby Beighey was third edging out Kamicker by just 0.032 of a second. Kamicker came back through the pack after her early spin to finish fourth, which moved her into second place in the "Wheelman" Bonus Event Challenge Series point standings. Big-Block Modified veteran and part-time RUSH Sportsman Modified driver, Jim Rasey, who has taken over the seat of Jim Wrightsman's #21J, was fifth.
 
Lukon beat out Christian Schneider by just 0.016 of a second to earn the $100 FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying fast qualifier honors over the 34-car field. Lukon, Schneider, Mollick, and Zarin added $25 FK Rod Ends heat race victories. Four round of warmups, qualifying, four heat races, two last chance B mains, a dash, 30-lap feature, and 10-lap non-qualifier were contested with a total of two caution flags!
 
In addition to cash bonuses, the second through fifth place finishers in the features both nights and Friday's "One to Remember" received $250 off a Wrap N' Wear Package from Dirtwrap and Dirtink. CrateInsider.com gave away two GoPro Hero 8 and accessories valued at $480 to both Friday's "One to Remember" winner and a random draw on Saturday night which went to Denny Nakutis.
 
The 2020 RUSH Touring Series season will wrap up with its traditional finale at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pa. for the "Steel City Stampede" on October 15-17. Thursday night will include an open practice with FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying, heat races, and the dash on Friday night. Saturday night will conclude the season with last chance B mains, the championship feature event, and the non-qualifier. Rain date is Sunday (October 18).
 
Pace Performance RUSH Late Model Touring Series Race #5 "Bill Hendren Memorial" Night 2 (30 laps, $3,100 to-win): 1. LEVI CROWL (5) 2. Jake Gunn (14G) 3. Jeremy Wonderling (3J) 4. Grant Garrison (1) 5. Kyle Lukon (184) 6. John Mollick (Bentz 60M) 7. Tommy Schirnhofer, Jr. (8) 8. Daryl Charlier (12) 9. Josh Ferry (33) 10. Jacob Hawkins (Sines 15) 11. Logan Zarin (1z) 12. Garret Paugh (03) 13. Christian Schneider (M5) 14. Levi Spinneweber (Lukon 184X) 15. Mike Reft (9R) 16. Joe Martin (Snyder 10s) 17. Tony White (27T) 18. Michael Duritsky, Jr. (90J) 19. Justin Lamb (93x) 20. Zach Gunn (17G) 21. Zach Kane (10) 22. Ryan Frazee (11F) 23. Chub Frank (1*) 24. Bill Kessler (09) 25. Tim Shaffer (Maniecki 1ST). (Note: Bill Kessler took a Tour provisional.)
 
Non-Qualifier (10 laps, $500 to-win): 1. Cole Petrelle (184) 2. Chuck Bowie (14c) 3. Colby Beighey (36B) 4. Kassidy Kamicker (72B) 5. Jim Rasey (Wrightsman 21J) 6. Denny Nakutis (3) 7. Joe Squatriglia (15x)  8. Josh Stoica (22J) 9. Eric Hamilton, Jr. (33x)-DNS.
 
Car Count: 34
Feature Margin of Victory: 0.778 of second
Feature Lap Leaders: Kyle Lukon (1-22), Levi Crowl (23-30)
Wrap from Dirtwrap ($800): Levi Crowl
$250 off a Wrap N' Wear Package from Dirtwrap and Dirtink: Jake Gunn, Jeremy Wonderling, Grant Garrison & Kyle Lukon
GoPro Hero 8 Camera & Accessories ($480): Denny Nakutis
 
FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying (Track record 18.849 by Mike Pegher, Jr. on 5/12/12): 1. 184-Kyle Lukon, 00:19.855[33]; 2. M5-Christian Schneider, 00:19.871[14]; 3. 60M-John Mollick, 00:19.948[20]; 4. 03-Garret Paugh, 00:19.964[12]; 5. 1ST-Tim Shaffer, 00:20.117[27]; 6. 8S-Tommy Schirnhofer Jr, 00:20.126[2]; 7. 12-Daryl Charlier, 00:20.174[19]; 8. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling, 00:20.179[3]; 9. 33-Josh Ferry, 00:20.208[28]; 10. 10S-Joe Martin, 00:20.210[30]; 11. 1G-Grant Garrison, 00:20.243[8]; 12. 1Z-Logan Zarin, 00:20.251[15]; 13. 1*-Chub Frank, 00:20.277[17]; 14. 5C-Levi Crowl, 00:20.282[24]; 15. 184X-Levi Spinneweber, 00:20.346[11]; 16. 10-Zachary Kane, 00:20.383[4]; 17. 9R-Mike Reft, 00:20.440[7]; 18. 184P-Cole Petrelle, 00:20.635[26]; 19. 14G-Jake Gunn, 00:20.672[18]; 20. 11F-Ryan Frazee, 00:20.706[16]; 21. 15-Jacob Hawkins, 00:20.758[31]; 22. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr, 00:20.759[23]; 23. 27T-Tony White, 00:20.778[1]; 24. 93X-Justin Lamb, 00:20.914[6]; 25. 17G-Zach Gunn, 00:20.944[21]; 26. 36B-Colby Beighey, 00:20.956[32]; 27. 09-Bill Kessler, 00:20.960[22]; 28. 22J-Josh Stoica, 00:21.229[10]; 29. 21J-Jim Rasey, 00:21.715[5]; 30. 14C-Chuck Bowie, 00:21.717[9]; 31. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker, 00:21.773[13]; 32. 3N-Denny Nakutis, 00:21.825[29]; 33. 15X-Joe Squatriglia, 00:21.875[34]; 34. 33X-Eric Hamilton Jr, NT[25]
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 1 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win): 1. 184-Kyle Lukon[1]; 2. 1ST-Tim Shaffer[2]; 3. 1*-Chub Frank[4]; 4. 33-Josh Ferry[3]; 5. 17G-Zach Gunn[7]; 6. 9R-Mike Reft[5]; 7. 15-Jacob Hawkins[6]; 8. 21J-Jim Rasey[8]; 9. 15X-Joe Squatriglia[9]
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 2 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win): 1. M5-Christian Schneider[1]; 2. 5C-Levi Crowl[4]; 3. 8S-Tommy Schirnhofer Jr[2]; 4. 10S-Joe Martin[3]; 5. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr[6]; 6. 184P-Cole Petrelle[5]; 7. 36B-Colby Beighey[7]; 8. 14C-Chuck Bowie[8]; 9. 33X-Eric Hamilton Jr[9]
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 3 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win): 1. 60M-John Mollick[1]; 2. 12-Daryl Charlier[2]; 3. 14G-Jake Gunn[5]; 4. 1G-Grant Garrison[3]; 5. 184X-Levi Spinneweber[4]; 6. 27T-Tony White[6]; 7. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker[8]; 8. 09-Bill Kessler[7]
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 4 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win): 1. 1Z-Logan Zarin[3]; 2. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling[2]; 3. 03-Garret Paugh[1]; 4. 11F-Ryan Frazee[5]; 5. 93X-Justin Lamb[6]; 6. 10-Zachary Kane[4]; 7. 22J-Josh Stoica[7]; 8. 3N-Denny Nakutis[8]
 
Last Chance B Main 1 (8 laps, Top 2 transfer to A): 1. 9R-Mike Reft[1]; 2. 15-Jacob Hawkins[3]; 3. 184P-Cole Petrelle[2]; 4. 36B-Colby Beighey[4]; 5. 14C-Chuck Bowie[6]; 6. 21J-Jim Rasey[5]; 7. (DNS) 15X-Joe Squatriglia; 8. (DNS) 33X-Eric Hamilton Jr.
 
Last Chance B Main 2 (8 laps, Top 2 transfer to A): 1. 27T-Tony White[1]; 2. 10-Zachary Kane[2]; 3. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker[3]; 4. 22J-Josh Stoica[4]; 5. 09-Bill Kessler[5]; 6. 3N-Denny Nakutis[6]
 
Dash (6 laps): 1. 184-Kyle Lukon[3]; 2. 12-Daryl Charlier[1]; 3. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling[5]; 4. 1Z-Logan Zarin[4]; 5. 1ST-Tim Shaffer[2]; 6. 60M-John Mollick[7]; 7. 5C-Levi Crowl[6]; 8. M5-Christian Schneider[8]
 
RUSH Racing Series is brought to you by Pace Performance together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC 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, Zarin Truck & Automotive, Sherwood Wheels, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, Lincoln Electric, Velocita-USA, Classic Ink USA, CrateInsider.com, and Wedge Motorsports.
 
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.
KYLE LUKON TOPS 41-CAR RUSH LATE MODEL TOUR FIELD FROM 8 STATES TO WIN NIGHT 1 OF "BILL HENDREN MEMORIAL" PRESENTED BY FK ROD ENDS & PRO FAB AT PITTSBURGH; TEAMMATE LEVI SPINNEWEBER CAPTURES $1000 PACE PERFORMANCE "ONE TO REMEMBER" NON-WINNERS RACE
(Imperial, PA)...The Pace Performance RUSH Dirt Late Model Touring Series together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC returned to Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway on Friday night for night one of the 10th annual "Bill Hendren Memorial" presented by FK Rod Ends together with Pro Fabrication as part of the "Pittsburgher 100" weekend. Capturing wins were Kyle Lukon in the main event and teammate Levi Spinneweber in the "One to Remember" Non-Winners race presented by Pace Performance. Forty-one cars from eight different states participated as all three Tour shows to date at PPMS have attracted over 40 cars. The following helped make the "Bill Hendren Memorial" the richest to date: FK Rod Ends, Pro Fabrication, Pace Performance, Miley Motor Sports, Hendren Racing Engines, CrateInsider.com, Dirtwrap, Zarin Truck & Auto, Branden Lockwich, and the RUSH Racing Series.
 
Kyle Lukon became the fourth different RUSH Touring Series winner in as many 2020 races by winning his second straight "Bill Hendren Memorial" in night one of the "Pittsburgher 100" weekend. Lukon, who on all three 2019 Tour events at Pittsburgh for $18,800, led all 30 laps in Friday night's feature for a $3,100 payday and received a free wrap for the 2021 season from Dirtwrap valued at $800.
 
"It's pretty incredible to win this Hendren race," acknowledged the 30-year-old racer of nearby Burgettstown, Pa. "The last two years just about every race I've won has been a memorial; all these people were the pioneers of what we're doing now. To be able to win memorial races named after the likes of Red Miley, Jook George, and Hendren twice now means so much; without those people a lot of this wouldn't be possible."
 
"The race track was awesome tonight," continued Lukon. "After I came in from the dash, dad said I think you screwed up because up to that point it was a pretty top dominant race track. I got by Tommy (Schirnhofer) on the bottom, but I was a little worried he may get the jump on me on the start. The car was awesome. Levi (Spinneweber) and his guys pitched in and helped. It's awesome to hear he ran pretty decent for only his second time in a crate and fourth time in a big car all together. Last year at the Pittsburgher, Alex (Ferree) and I finished one-two in my cars and for us to finish one-two again is pretty sweet, but I'm glad I'm on the good end of it!"
 
After going fourth to first in the dash to earn the feature pole, Lukon jumped into the lead at the start of the 30-lap feature event with Tommy Schirnhofer, Jr. in tow. Logan Zarin, sixth starting Kyle Hardy, and eighth starting Alex Ferree moved up into positions three through five after the opening lap. After falling out of the top five on lap one, Garret Paugh, raced past Ferree and Hardy for fourth on lap two.

 
Lukon quickly began to check out on the field as the battle heated up for second. Zarin dropped Schirnhofer back to third on lap three. Paugh, who won his first career Tour race on July 18 at Pittsburgh, then took over third from Schirnhofer on lap five. By the time Lukon caught traffic on lap 10, he had built a half-straightaway lead on Zarin at the "Monster Half-Mile". A little further back, a great battle was taking place for fifth as Super Late Model standouts Ferree and Hardy were trading the position back and forth numerous times until Hardy slowed with a flat tire to bring out the event's first caution with 13 laps completed.
 
When racing resumed on lap 14, Ferree and 15th starting Jeremy Wonderling moved past Paugh for the third and fourth spots respectively. Ferree, who was making his debut in Bob Bentz's #60M subbing for John Mollick looked strong as he continued to make his way to the front driving around Zarin for second on lap 17 before a caution for Justin Lamb, Matt Latta, and Zach Gunn, who tangled between turns and two.
 
Back under green for the final time as the last 13 laps went green-to-checkered, it was three-wide in turn one for the lead but Lukon was able to maintain over Ferree, Zarin, and Wonderling. While Lukon pulled away, the battle was on for second and on back. At one point, Wonderling got up to P2 from his 15th starting spot past Zarin and Ferree with even Spinneweber advancing up to fourth before things shook back out to how they were when racing resumed on lap 18.
 
After ending a six-year winless drought between RUSH Tour wins last year, Lukon has now won four of the last six Tour events at Pittsburgh giving him five for his career and bumping his all-time win total at the "Monster Half-Mile" to an impressive 39 in his Race 1/Tru Form Racing Products/Frankland Racing Supply/Rocket/Lukon's Reb-Fab-sponsored #184.
 
Ferree was 4.212 seconds behind Lukon in his 2020 RUSH debut and earned $1,500. Last year, Zarin followed the Touring Series in his second year of racing finishing sixth in points and winning the "One to Remember" race. This year, the 18-year-old from nearby Moon Township, Pa. has two Pace Weekly Series wins at Pittsburgh and on Friday night not only recorded his first career Tour top five finish but ended up on the podium with an impressive third place effort!
 
Wonderling, who is going after his third straight Tour championship and first National Weekly Series Championship, record his third fourth place finish in four Tour races to maintain his points lead. Spinneweber's fifth came in just his second career RUSH start. After making a late race pass to get the final transfer spot in last chance B main 1, Late Model rookie Josh Ferry had a great run going 23rd to sixth in the feature. Schirnhofer dropped back to seventh. Kentucky's Grant Garrison made his 2020 RUSH debut and raced from 14th to eighth. After getting as high as third early, Paugh faded to ninth over Jake Gunn.
 
Levi Spinneweber rounded out an excellent night for Phil Lukon's race team. After Kyle Lukon pocketed $3,100 in the night's main event and Spinneweber finished fifth for $525, Spinneweber followed it up by out-dueling Zach Gunn to win the Pace Performance "One to Remember" Non-Winners race. Spinneweber, who has had success in the small car divisions of Mod Lites and Super Six Late Models, captured his first full-size car win in the 20-lap event. In addition to the $1,000 cash, Spinneweber received a GoPro Hero 8 camera, SD card, waterproof case, and a JOES GoPro Mount from CrateInsider.com valued at $480 and a wrap for the 2021 season from Dirtwrap valued at $800!
 
"I can't thank Phil and Kyle enough for even being silly enough to put me in a race car," stated the 35-year-old Butler, Pa. driver. "It's a true blessing and honor to be able to drive for someone like Phil that has been racing in western Pa. for 35 years. We cut our teeth at Mercer Raceway Park when it was owned by Vicki Emig- the owner of the RUSH Racing Series. I've always appreciated her support of support divisions. It grew guys like me up by giving us a place to race and sharpen our talent. To be able to come on a big stage at PPMS and get a RUSH win makes me ecstatic and at a loss of words to be honest. The race car was way better than the driver in the first race. I don't know if it was jitters or what, but I finally got in a rhythm and we started going back forward. I think we had a top three car, but the driver left a little on the table, but we'll go to work and make this thing better for tomorrow night."
 
Gunn took off in the lead from the outside pole with Spinneweber passing Bill Kessler for second. Spinneweber moved into the lead on lap two before a pair of cautions with four laps completed slowed action. When racing resumed on lap five, Gunn again used the outside to regain the lead. Seventh starting Dan Lepro entered contention as he passed Tony White for third on lap seven before Andrew Squatriglia brought out the caution.
 
Back under green on lap eight, Spinneweber made the winning move driving under Gunn and pulled away at the halfway point. A spin by Josh Stoica gave Gunn one more chance at Spinneweber, but Spinneweber would maintain the top spot over the final seven laps to take the checkered flag first by 1.717 seconds over Gunn in the Race 1/Tru Form Racing Products/Frankland Racing Supply/Rocket/Lukon's Reb-Fab-sponsored #184X. Lepro was a distant third over pole-sitter Kessler. Stoica charged back through the field after his spin in the final seven laps to finish fifth. White, Eric Hamilton, Jr., Denny Nakutis, Zach Kane, and Squatriglia completed the top 10.
 
Ben Policz set fast time overall in FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying to earn $100 with a lap of 19.000 not far off Mike Pegher, Jr's 18.849 track record set eight years. Winning the $25 FK Rod Ends heat races were Zarin, Ferree, Paugh, and Lukon. Zach Gunn and Levi Crowl won the last chance B mains.
 
The RUSH Touring Series will be right back in action tonight (Saturday) for night two of the "Bill Hendren Memorial" with $3,100 again on the line again at Pittsburgh. There will also be a $500 to-win, $150 to-start Non-Qualifier. Warmups begin at 6 p.m. followed by qualifying and racing with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.
 
Pace Performance RUSH Late Model Touring Series Race #4 "Bill Hendren Memorial" Night 1 (30 laps, $3,100 to-win): 1. KYLE LUKON (184) 2. Alex Ferree (Bentz 60M) 3. Logan Zarin (1z) 4. Jeremy Wonderling (3J) 5. Levi Spinneweber (Lukon 184X) 6. Josh Ferry (33) 7. Tommy Schirnhofer, Jr. (8S) 8. Grant Garrison (1) 9. Garret Paugh (03) 10. Jake Gunn (14G) 11. Michael Reft (9R) 12. Tim Shaffer (Maniecki 1ST) 13. Joe Martin (Snyder 10s) 14. Michael Duritsky, Jr. (90J) 15. Bill Kessler (09) 16. Levi Crowl (5) 17. Zach Kane (10) 18. Ryan Frazee (11F) 19. Zach Gunn (17G) 20. Colby Beighey (36B) 21. Jim Rasey (Wrightsman 21J) 22. Tony White (27T) 23. Matt Latta (21) 24. Justin Lamb (Koteles 64K) 25. Christian Schneider (M5) 26. Kyle Hardy (Bowie 14c). (Note: Michael Duritsky, Jr. took a Tour provisional & Bill Kessler took a Track provisional.)
 
DNQ for the feature: Josh Stoica (22J), Daryl Charlier (12), John Boring (58B), Cole Petrelle (184P), Kassidy Kamicker (72B), Dan Lepro (2L), Eric Hamilton, Jr. (33x), Jacob Hawkins (Sines 15), Matt Dobnak (42D), Andrew Squatriglia (15x), Greg Goble (20G), D.J. Nakutis (31N), Ben Policz (14B), Jared Kane (7), Denny Nakutis (3).
 
Pace Performance "One to Remember" Non-Winners (20 laps, $1,000 to-win): 1. 184X-Levi Spinneweber[5]; 2. 17G-Zach Gunn[3]; 3. 2L-Dan Lepro[9]; 4. 09-Bill Kessler[1]; 5. 22J-Josh Stoica[8]; 6. 27T-Tony White[7]; 7. 33X-Eric Hamilton Jr[16]; 8. 3N-Denny Nakutis[17]; 9. 10-Zachary Kane[6]; 10. 15X-Andrew Squatriglia[11]; 11. 58B-John Boring[14]; 12. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker[12]; 13. (DNS) 42D-Matt Dobnak; 14. (DNS) 20G-Greg Goble; 15. (DNS) 7K-Jared Kane; 16. (DNS) 31N-DJ Nakutis; 17. (DNS) 184P-Cole Petrelle.
 
Car Count: 41
Feature Margin of Victory: 4.212 seconds
Feature Lap Leaders: Kyle Lukon (1-30)
Wrap from Dirtwrap ($800): Kyle Lukon
$250 Wrap N' Wear Package Certificate from Dirtwrap and Dirtink: Alex Ferree, Logan Zarin, Jeremy Wonderling, Levi Spinneweber, Zach Gunn, Dan Lepro, Bill Kessler, Josh Stoica.
GoPro Hero 8 Camera & Accessories ($480): Levi Spinneweber
 
FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying Flight A (Track record 18.849 by Mike Pegher, Jr. on 5/12/12): 1. 1Z-Logan Zarin, 00:19.283[2]; 2. 60M-Alex Ferree, 00:19.296[9]; 3. 27T-Tony White, 00:19.353[5]; 4. 21L-Matt Latta, 00:19.363[1]; 5. 11F-Ryan Frazee, 00:19.409[13]; 6. M5-Christian Schneider, 00:19.409[11]; 7. 14C-Kyle Hardy, 00:19.418[17]; 8. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling, 00:19.433[21]; 9. 14G-Jake Gunn, 00:19.438[4]; 10. 184X-Levi Spinneweber, 00:19.468[3]; 11. 17G-Zach Gunn, 00:19.563[6]; 12. 33-Josh Ferry, 00:19.609[19]; 13. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr, 00:19.753[14]; 14. 12-Daryl Charlier, 00:19.841[12]; 15. 15-Jacob Hawkins, 00:19.873[10]; 16. 09-Bill Kessler, 00:19.895[20]; 17. 2L-Dan Lepro, 00:20.102[8]; 18. 15X-Andrew Squatriglia, 00:20.474[15]; 19. 7K-Jared Kane, 00:20.562[18]; 20. 184P-Cole Petrelle, 00:20.635[7]; 21. 3N-Denny Nakutis, 00:21.271[16]
 
FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock" Qualifying Flight B: ($100 for fastest qualifier) 1. 14B-Ben Policz, 00:19.000[10]; 2. 8S-Tommy Schirnhofer Jr, 00:19.175[6]; 3. 03-Garret Paugh, 00:19.202[1]; 4. 184-Kyle Lukon, 00:19.361[15]; 5. 1ST-Tim Shaffer, 00:19.378[17]; 6. 10S-Joe Martin, 00:19.508[18]; 7. 5C-Levi Crowl, 00:19.691[12]; 8. 36B-Colby Beighey, 00:19.692[7]; 9. 9R-Mike Reft, 00:19.734[20]; 10. 64K-Justin Lamb, 00:19.735[3]; 11. 21J-Jim Rasey, 00:20.038[8]; 12. 22J-Josh Stoica, 00:20.042[9]; 13. 1G-Grant Garrison, 00:20.043[14]; 14. 10-Zachary Kane, 00:20.078[11]; 15. 20G-Greg Goble, 00:20.150[19]; 16. 42D-Matt Dobnak, 00:20.209[5]; 17. 31N-DJ Nakutis, 00:20.434[4]; 18. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker, 00:20.460[16]; 19. 58B-John Boring, 00:21.133[13]; 20. 33X-Eric Hamilton Jr, 00:21.641[2]
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 1 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win) 1. 1Z-Logan Zarin[1]; 2. 14C-Kyle Hardy[4]; 3. 14G-Jake Gunn[5]; 4. 11F-Ryan Frazee[3]; 5. 27T-Tony White[2]; 6. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr[7]; 7. 17G-Zach Gunn[6]; 8. 15-Jacob Hawkins[8]; 9. 2L-Dan Lepro[9]; 10. 7K-Jared Kane[10]; 11. 3N-Denny Nakutis[11]
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 2 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win) 1. 60M-Alex Ferree[1]; 2. 184X-Levi Spinneweber[5]; 3. M5-Christian Schneider[3]; 4. 3J-Jeremy Wonderling[4]; 5. 21L-Matt Latta[2]; 6. 33-Josh Ferry[6]; 7. 09-Bill Kessler[8]; 8. 12-Daryl Charlier[7]; 9. 184P-Cole Petrelle[10]; 10. 15X-Andrew Squatriglia[9]
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 3 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win) 1. 03-Garret Paugh[2]; 2. 1ST-Tim Shaffer[3]; 3. 9R-Mike Reft[5]; 4. 1G-Grant Garrison[7]; 5. 21J-Jim Rasey[6]; 6. 58B-John Boring[10]; 7. 20G-Greg Goble[8]; 8. 31N-DJ Nakutis[9]; 9. 14B-Ben Policz[1]; 10. 5C-Levi Crowl[4]
 
FK Rod Ends Heat 4 (8 laps, Top 5 transfer to A, $25 to-win) 1. 184-Kyle Lukon[2]; 2. 8S-Tommy Schirnhofer Jr[1]; 3. 64K-Justin Lamb[5]; 4. 10S-Joe Martin[3]; 5. 10-Zachary Kane[7]; 6. 36B-Colby Beighey[4]; 7. 22J-Josh Stoica[6]; 8. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker[9]; 9. 33X-Eric Hamilton Jr[10]; 10. 42D-Matt Dobnak[8]
 
Last Chance B Main 1 (10 laps, Top 2 transfer to A): 1. 17G-Zach Gunn[3]; 2. 33-Josh Ferry[2]; 3. 90J-Michael Duritsky Jr[1]; 4. 12-Daryl Charlier[6]; 5. 184P-Cole Petrelle[8]; 6. 2L-Dan Lepro[7]; 7. 15-Jacob Hawkins[5]; 8. 09-Bill Kessler[4]; 9. 15X-Andrew Squatriglia[10]; 10. (DNS) 7K-Jared Kane; 11. (DNS) 3N-Denny Nakutis
 
Last Chance B Main 2 (10 laps, Top 2 transfer to A): 1. 5C-Levi Crowl[9]; 2. 36B-Colby Beighey[2]; 3. 22J-Josh Stoica[4]; 4. 58B-John Boring[1]; 5. 72B-Kassidy Kamicker[6]; 6. 33X-Eric Hamilton Jr[8]; 7. 42D-Matt Dobnak[10]; 8. (DNS) 14B-Ben Policz; 9. (DNS) 31N-DJ Nakutis; 10. (DNS) 20G-Greg Goble
 
Dash (6 laps): 1. 184-Kyle Lukon[4]; 2. 8S-Tommy Schirnhofer Jr[2]; 3. 184X-Levi Spinneweber[1]; 4. 1Z-Logan Zarin[3]; 5. 03-Garret Paugh[5]; 6. 14C-Kyle Hardy[7]; 7. 1ST-Tim Shaffer[6]; 8. 60M-Alex Ferree[8]
 
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Dillinger claims 2020 FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship
 

Braeden Dillinger has claimed the 2020 FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship after his fourth-place finish at Latrobe Speedway on Saturday night. Andrew Koenig picked up his first career late model win at Latrobe Speedway. Justin Hudspeth was the winner at Friendship Motor Speedway.

While Dillinger has mathematically claimed the title, the full standings are still pending the completion of Saturday night’s feature at Elkins Raceway. Heavy fog postponed the feature to September 19, with the full 24-car field line upset after the completion of heat races. Drivers who were at Elkins and made the feature will have their points counted once the program is completed on September 19.

The FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship will pay the top 30 drivers in points, after the elimination of FASTRAK Divisional points in 2020. A full season wrap-up will be released once the points are finalized.

 

Results – Friendship Motor Speedway – September 5, 2020

1) Justin Hudspeth; 2) Matt Long; 3)Logan Roberson; 4) Tristen Love; 5) Jeff Decker; 6) Kyle Pierce; 7) Ron Geehring; 8) Chub Gunter; 9) Daniel Stolte; 10) Chris Morrison; 11) Raymond Brown; 12)Jeffery Johnson; 13) Isaak Love; 14) Steve Blackburn; 15) Dan Breuer; 16) Carson Ferguson; 17) Chase McCormick; 18) Aaron Brown; 19) Chris Steele; 20) Colby Quick; 21) Mike Lemley; 22) Teddy Musgrave


Results – Latrobe Speedway – September 5, 2020

1) Andrew Koenig; 2) Bob Schwartzmiller; 3) Russell Baird Jr; 4) Braeden Dillinger; 5) Troy Shields; 6) Ryan Frazee; 7) John Over; 8) Vince Masi; 9) Clate Copeman; 10) Joe Zulisky


FASTRAK VP Racing Fuels National Weekly Championship Current Top 10

1) Braeden Dillinger 340; 2) Brent Trimble 333; 3) LukeHyre 321; 4) Troy Shields 320; 5) Andrew Koenig 314; 6) Donnie Dotson 307;7) Corey Almond 303; 8) Derrick Shaw 285; 9) Ron Geehring 376; 10) Kyle Thomas 271

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PACE PERFORMANCE RUSH RACING SERIES TO CLOSE OUT 2020 SEASON THIS WEEKEND AT LERNERVILLE'S "STEEL CITY STAMPEDE" WITH LATE MODEL TOUR PLUS  SPORTSMAN MODS & SPRINTS
(Sarver, PA)...The Pace Performance RUSH Racing Series together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC will have a tripleheader of action this weekend (October 15-17) at Lernerville Speedway for the "Steel City Stampede". The RUSH Late Model Tour finale will lead the way, while the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds will battle in a Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Weekly Series special, and the RUSH Sprint Cars in an Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series special.  Practice will be held Thursday night (October 15) with heat races for all divisions on Friday night followed by the conclusion of the events on Saturday.  Group qualifying for the RUSH Late Models will be at 7 p.m. on Friday followed by racing at 7:30. On Saturday, racing will begin early at 4 p.m.  The rain date is Sunday. 
 
"This is always a great way to end our season," stated RUSH Director Vicki Emig.  "The RUSH championships annually comes down to this event.  Our Late Model racers are always excited to get the chance to compete at Lernerville.  The car counts have always been strong and the racing at Lernerville is always some of the best of the season. The Sportsman Modifieds have been given the opportunity to race numerous times over the past seven seasons at Lernerville.  Lernerville was a very important part of getting our RUSH Sprint division off the ground in 2018, and their races this year at the track have been tremendous."
 
This year's "Steel City Stampede" will be the 12th edition of this huge event that includes most of the region's racing divisions all showcased in this end of the season blowout for the region.  There has only been one repeat RUSH Late Model winner and it took until last year for that to happen; past winners include Josh Holtgraver (2009), Bryan Force (2010), Butch Lambert (2011), Max Blair (2012 & 2019), Dennis Lunger, Jr. (2013), Chad Ruhlman (2014), Jacob Hawkins (2015), John Mollick (2016), John Waters (2017), and Colton Flinner (2018).
 
Saturday's event will pay $2,000 to-win. There will also be a $200 to-win, $150 to-start non-qualifier. The RUSH Late Models are coming off a very successful record-setting "Bill Hendren Memorial" event presented by FK Rod Ends in conjunction with Pro Fabrication as part of the "Pittsburgher 100" at Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway two weeks ago.  
 
There has yet to be a repeat winning on the 2020 RUSH Late Model Tour. The season got underway at Lernerville on June 27 when Blair won the $10,000 "Bill Emig Memorial" for the second straight year. Since then, Garret Paugh, Michael Norris, Kyle Lukon and Levi Crowl have been victorious at Pittsburgh. Will there be a sixth different winner in six events this weekend!?
 
One driver looking for his first Tour win of 2020 is Jeremy Wonderling. The Wellsville, NY driver enters the weekend as the points leader in both the Pace National Weekly Series and Touring Series Championships. Wonderling has never won the Weekly title; however, is poised for his third consecutive Tour title. Wonderling hasn't finished worse than sixth in any Tour race this year. While Wonderling has all but locked up the Tour Driver Championship, his lead is only 14 on the Bob Bentz-owned #60M in the Tour Car Owner Championship. Alex Ferree raced the #60M to a runner-up finish on October 2, while John Mollick was chasing after a Lernerville Big-Block Modified Championship. Completing the top 10 in Driver points are Joe Martin, Josh Ferry, Michael Duritsky, Jr., Ryan Frazee, Bill Kessler, Tony White, Mollick, and Kassidy Kamicker.
 
FK Rod Ends "Shock the Clock Qualifying and Beat the Heat" will be utilized on Friday night for the Late Models meaning the fastest qualifier will receive $100 and all heat race winners will earn $25. The pole position dash will also be run on Friday night. 
 
Meanwhile, the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds will join the "Steel City Stampede" for the seventh consecutive year in an $800 to-win event.  Greg Martin won the inaugural race in 2014, while Nick Ritchey won his first ever at Lernerville in 2015.  Rocky Kugel topped what was at the time in 2016 was a record field of 29 cars.  Steve Slater won the 2017 show, while teen Blaze Myers scored a popular first Tour win in 2018 after coming out of the B main to also win the "Futures Cup" title. Last year, Eric Gabany became the sixth different "Steel City Stampede" winner in as many years. Interestingly, three of the top RUSH Sportsman Mod winners in recent years, Garrett Krummert, Chas Wolbert, and Rob Kristyak, have yet to win a "Steel City Stampede" belt buckle.   
 
The RUSH Sportsman Mods have made one visit this season to Lernerville this year on July 24 for the "RUSH Summer Showcase" when Wolbert topped a 23-car field. Wolbert has already clinched his first Hovis Weekly Series title. Kristyak, who won the Wedge Motorsports "Route 7 Rumble" Series title, has locked up second in points. Kole Holden, Tony Tatgenhorst, and Kyle Martell sit third through fifth in points. Ayden Cipriano, who clinched the Hovis "Futures Cup" Championship, is sixth in points.
 
The RUSH Sprints will wrap up their third season this weekend racing for $800 to-win, $160 to-start. In their two prior Lernerville appearances this year, Jeremy Weaver won on July 24 and Jack Sodeman, Jr. won on October 2 in his RUSH Sprint Car debut. Weaver has already clinched the Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series point championship in the Hull Racing #41.
 
By virtue of his third consecutive Pittsburgh win this season last Saturday night, Zach Morrow vaulted to second in the Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series points. Morrow won twice at Lernerville each of the past two seasons, and would love to end 2020 victorious to clinch the runner-up spot in points for the second straight year. Steve Pedley, Andy Feil, and Brian Hartzell are third through fifth in points. Pedley won his first career feature earlier this season at Sharon Speedway.
 
RUSH Late Model Feature Payoff: 1. $2,000  2. $1,000  3. $650  4. $550  5. $470  6. $435  7. $410  8. $370  9. $340  10. $310  11. $280  12. $270  13. $260  14. $250  15. $240  16. $235  17. $230  18-24. $225. 
 
RUSH Late Model Non-Qualifier Payoff: 1. $200  2. $190  3. $185  4. $180  5. $175  6. $170  7. $165  8. $160  9. $155  10-24. $150. Tow $125.
 
RUSH Sportsman Modified Feature Payoff: 1. $800  2. $500  3. $350  4. $300  5. $250  6. $220  7. $180  8. $175  9. $170  10. $165  11. $160  12. $155  13. $150  14. $145  15. $140  16. $135  17. $130  18-24. $125.  Tow $75.
 
RUSH Sprint Car Feature Payoff: 1. $800  2. $400  3. $300  4. $250  5. $225  6. $220  7. $210  8. $200  9. $190  10. $185  11. $180  12. $175  13. $170  14-18. $165  19-24. $160.  Tow $75.
 
The AMB/MyLaps transponders are required at Lernerville.  Driver radios are always mandatory at the 454.000 channel.  The entry fee is $100 for Late Models. There is no entry fee for the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds or RUSH Sprint Cars.    There will be an open practice from 7-9 p.m. on Thursday night.  Registration and tech opens at 2 p.m. on Friday.  There will be a drivers meeting at 6:20 p.m. with group qualifying for the RUSH Late Models at 7:00 followed by heat races at 7:30.  Racing begins early on Saturday at 4 p.m.  Check out the following link for additional "Steel City Stampede" event details: https://www.dirtcarmembers.com/upload/1cca92020%20Stampede%20Comp%20notes%20%20.pdf.
 
Late Model Touring Series Driver Points (must be a member to receive points):1. Jeremy Wonderling 468 2. Joe Martin 435 3. Josh Ferry 426 4. Michael Duritsky, Jr. 424 5. Logan Zarin 418 6. Ryan Frazee 379 7. Bill Kessler 371 8. Tony White 363 9. John Mollick 356 10. Kassidy Kamicker 280 11. John Waters 250 12. Chad Sines 244 13. Max Blair 179 14. Chub Frank 171 15. Cory Sines 149 16. Jamie Wrightsman 140 17. Jason Genco 90 18. Kyle Murray 82 19. Justin Kann 72 20. Robbie Scott 71.
 
Late Model Touring Series Car Owner Points (must be a member to receive points): 1. Jeremy Wonderling 3J 468 2. Robert Bentz 60M 454 3. Thomas Snyder 10s 435 4. Ferry's Millennium Motorsports 33 426 5. Michael Duritsky 90J 424 6. James Zarin 1z 418 7. SSR Sines & Sons Racing 15 401 8. Ryan Frazee 11F 379 9. William Kessler 09 371 10. Anthony White 27T 363 11. James Wrightsman 21J 285 12. Craig Kamicker 72B 280 13. Dale LeBarron 11 250 14. William Blair 111 179 15. Chub Frank 1* 171 16. SSR Sines & Sons Racing 25s 149 17. JP Craig Racing 29J 90 18. Kyle Murray 21 82 19. Justin Kann 66 72 20. James Zarin 18 71.
 
Lernerville is a 4/10-mile high-banked clay oval located 11 miles southeast of Butler, Pa. on Route 356 at 313 North Pike Road, Sarver, PA 16055.  Lernerville is just 30 miles northeast of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area.  For more information, check out their website at www.lernerville.com or call 724-353-1511.
 
RUSH Racing Series is brought to you by Pace Performance together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC 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, Zarin Truck & Automotive, Sherwood Wheels, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, Lincoln Electric, Velocita-USA, Classic Ink USA, CrateInsider.com, and Wedge Motorsports.
 
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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2020 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Schedule:
Date Track Location
30-Jan Golden Isles Speedway Brunswick, GA
31-Jan Golden Isles Speedway Brunswick, GA
1-Feb Golden Isles Speedway Brunswick, GA
2-Feb East Bay Raceway Park Tampa, FL
3-Feb East Bay Raceway Park Tampa, FL
4-Feb East Bay Raceway Park Tampa, FL
5-Feb East Bay Raceway Park Tampa, FL
6-Feb East Bay Raceway Park Tampa, FL
7-Feb East Bay Raceway Park Tampa, FL
8-Feb East Bay Raceway Park Tampa, FL
9-Feb All-Tech Raceway Lake City, FL
20-Mar Atomic Speedway Chillicothe, OH
21-Mar Brownstown Speedway Brownstown, IN
3-Apr 411 Motor Speedway Seymour, TN
4-Apr Talladega Short Track Eastaboga, AL
18-Apr Hagerstown Speedway Hagerstown, MD
19-Apr Port Royal Speedway Port Royal, PA
24-Apr Tri-City Speedway Granite City, IL
25-Apr Macon Speedway Macon, IL
1-May Ponderosa Speedway Junction City, KY
2-May Florence Speedway Union, KY
14-May 34 Raceway Burlington, IA
15-May 300 Raceway Farley, IA
16-May Deer Creek Speedway Spring Valley, MN
21-May Lucas Oil Speedway Wheatland, MO
22-May Lucas Oil Speedway Wheatland, MO
23-May Lucas Oil Speedway Wheatland, MO
12-Jun Cherokee Speedway Gaffney, SC
13-Jun Smoky Mountain Speedway Maryville, TN
18-Jun Magnolia Motor Speedway Columbus, MS
19-Jun Magnolia Motor Speedway Columbus, MS
20-Jun Magnolia Motor Speedway Columbus, MS
3-Jul Muskingum County Speedway Zanesville, OH
4-Jul Portsmouth Raceway Park Portsmouth, OH
10-Jul Jackson Motorplex Jackson, MN
11-Jul Jackson Motorplex Jackson, MN
17-Jul Tri-City Speedway Granite City, IL
18-Jul Lucas Oil Speedway Wheatland, MO
23-Jul I-80 Speedway Greenwood, NE
24-Jul I-80 Speedway Greenwood, NE
25-Jul I-80 Speedway Greenwood, NE
13-Aug Florence Speedway Union, KY
14-Aug Florence Speedway Union, KY
15-Aug Florence Speedway Union, KY
20-Aug Batesville Motor Speedway Batesville, AR
21-Aug Batesville Motor Speedway Batesville, AR
22-Aug Batesville Motor Speedway Batesville, AR
28-Aug Port Royal Speedway Port Royal, PA
29-Aug Port Royal Speedway Port Royal, PA
5-Sep Portsmouth Raceway Park Portsmouth, OH
6-Sep Tyler County Speedway Middlebourne, WV
17-Sep Knoxville Raceway Knoxville, IA
18-Sep Knoxville Raceway Knoxville, IA
19-Sep Knoxville Raceway Knoxville, IA
25-Sep Kokomo Speedway Kokomo, IN
26-Sep Brownstown Speedway Brownstown, IN
2-Oct Raceway 7 Conneaut, OH
3-Oct Pittsburgh Motor Speedway Imperial, PA
10-Oct Dixie Speedway Woodstock, GA
11-Oct Rome Speedway Rome, GA
16-Oct Portsmouth Raceway Park Portsmouth, OH
17-Oct Portsmouth Raceway Park Portsmouth, OH
 
 

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