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Owens Repeats as Late Model Knoxville Nationals Champ
 
Jimmy Owens with Brandon Sheppard (L) and Hudson O'Neal (R)
(HeathLawsonPhotos.com)

 
 
KNOXVILLE, Iowa (September 14, 2019) - Jimmy Owens became just the second driver in the history of the Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals to win the $40,000 event in back-to-back years. The 47-year-old Tennessee veteran did the trick on Saturday night at Knoxville Raceway.
 
Owens joins fellow Volunteer State driver Mike Marlar as the only drivers in the 16-year-history of the crown jewel event to win in consecutive years.
 
Owens took the lead from Brandon Sheppard on lap 86 and held off one final charge from Sheppard coming off of turn four to take the win. Sheppard finished in second with Hudson O'Neal charging from the back after making two pit stops to Owens and Sheppard on the podium. Devin Moran, in his first start in the Knoxville finale, finished in fourth with Kyle Bronson coming from his 20th starting position to round out the top five drivers.
 
Polesitter, Shane Clanton grabbed the lead at the start of the event with fellow front-row starter Darrell Lanigan running in second. Those two ran 1-2 for the first 44 laps of the race until Sheppard was able to get by Lanigan after a lap 44 caution.
 
Clanton led the first 55 circuits of the race until a restart on lap 56 allowed Chris Madden to become the first car to lead other than Clanton. Madden was seeking his first Knoxville win after being absent from the speedway for nearly twelve years.
 
Once in front, Madden started to pull away from Clanton. Clanton slowed on lap 72 with a broken axle, bringing his night to an end. On the restart, Sheppard became the third different leader of the race as he zipped around the top to take over the lead from Madden.
 
Like Madden did before him, Sheppard was pulling away from the field. However, the race for the top spot was far from over. Owens took second on lap 80 from Madden in swift fashion but was still several car lengths behind Sheppard. With 20 laps remaining, Owens found the momentum he was looking for, and with that rally he began slicing into Sheppard's huge lead.
 
The laps were winding down in rapid-fire fashion, and Owens was ready to pounce. He darted under Sheppard with fourteen laps to go and wrestled the lead away from the fellow Rocket Chassis driver. Sheppard was not done though. Owens had to battle traffic in front of him and Sheppard was able to make one last-lap ditch effort to steal the win from Owens, but came up just short at the finish line.
 
Owens started 18th and made history in event as no other driver has ever started that deep in the pack and managed a victory. "We had a really good car. We had to be married to that top way more than I wanted to, but our tires fired up and we got going really well. We chased Sheppard down in lapped traffic and we had one opportunity to get by him, so we took it the best we could. On that last lap I could hear him [Sheppard]. I didn't know if he was above me or below me. I figured if he was below me, he couldn't get around me so I just scooted down the track a little bit to kill his line coming off of turn four and I thought, well heck if it's going to be a drag-race, maybe we can beat him to the line."
 
Sheppard once again felt the disappointment of coming up just short of his and car owner Mark Richards' first win at Knoxville. "That was the most fun I have had in a race car in a while. Jimmy did a heck of a job and my hat is off to him. He was there when he needed to be. There were a few things during the race that made me run harder than I wanted to. I am just disappointed; we had a really fast race car."
 
Hudson O'Neal came home with his best career Knoxville Nationals finish. "We were somewhere around 15th-20th place for most of the race. We made a pit-stop before the fuel-stop and I think it really brought the car to life. It definitely got the car a whole lot better because it was more maneuverable. I had some good restarts, and I think on that last one, we drove past four cars through the middle. Everything has to line up to drive from the back like that.
 
The winner's Ramirez Motorsports-owned, Rocket Chassis is sponsored by: Rhino Ag, Boomtest Well Service, Reece Monument Company, Tommy Pope Construction, FK Rod Ends, Sunoco Race Fuels, Red Line Oil, Hypercoil Springs, Integra Shocks, and Midwest Sheet Metal.
 
Completing the top ten were Chris Madden, Stormy Scott, Ricky Weiss, Earl Pearson Jr., and Frank Heckenast Jr.
 
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
Race Summary
Saturday, September 14, 2019
16th annual Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals  
Knoxville Raceway - Knoxville, Iowa

FAST Shafts C-Main Finish (15 Laps, Top 4 Transfer to B-Main): Cody Laney, JC Wyman, Mike Fryer, Reid Millard, Junior Coover, Brian Harris, Corey Zeitner, Charlie McKenna, David Webster-DNS, Chad White-DNS, Jonathan Brauns-DNS, Tim Simpson-DNS, Jared Landers-DNS

Lucas Oil Products Red "N"Tacky Spray Grease B-Main Finish (20 Laps, Top 6 Transfer to A-Main): Brian Birkhofer, Tim McCreadie, Shannon Babb, Chase Junghans, Billy Moyer, Jr., Billy Moyer, Johnny Scott, Jeremy Grady, Mike Mataragas, Jason Feger, Dave Eckrich, Jake Neal, Brent Larson, Spencer Diercks, Jeremiah Hurst, Nick Marolf, Cody Laney, JC Wyman, Dustin Nobbe, Reid Millard, Mike Fryer, Jimmy Mars-DNS

Lucas Oil Feature Finish (100 Laps):
FINISH
START
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
EARNINGS
1
18
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
$40,800
2
9
1S
Brandon Sheppard
New Berlin, IL
$20,000
3
16
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$10,700
4
17
1d
Devin Moran ฎ
Dresden, OH
$9,550
5
20
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
$8,200
6
4
0m
Chris Madden
Gray Court, SC
$7,000
7
23
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruses, NM
$7,200
8
3
7w
Ricky Weiss
Headingley, MB
$6,000
9
15
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
$6,300
10
21
99JR
Frank Heckenast, Jr.
Frankfort, IL
$5,000
11
12
32s
Chris Simpson
Oxford, IA
$4,500
12
2
29
Darrell Lanigan
Union, KY
$4,000
13
24
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
$4,600
14
10
0
Scott Bloomquist
Mooresburg, TN
$3,400
15
5
1T
Tyler Erb ฎ
New Waverly, TX
$4,000
16
22
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
$3,900
17
14
28
Dennis Erb, Jr.
Carpentersville, IL
$3,100
18
8
16T
Tyler Bruening
Decorah, IA
$3,000
19
28
18J
Chase Junghans
Manhattan, KS
$2,900
20
25
15B
Brian Birkhofer
Muscatine, IA
$2,800
21
1
25
Shane Clanton
Zebulon, GA
$2,700
22
19
32P
Bobby Pierce
Oakwood, IL
$2,600
23
27
18
Shannon Babb
Mowequa, IL
$2,500
24
6
20RT
Ricky Thornton Jr.
Sedgwick, KS
$2,500
25
11
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
$3,300
26
7
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$2,500
27
26
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
$3,500
28
30
21
Billy Moyer
Batesville, AR
$2,500
29
13
1c
Chad Simpson
Mt. Vernon, IA
$2,500
30
29
21JR
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Batesville, AR
$3,400
 
Race Statistics
Entrants: 55
Lap Leaders: Shane Clanton (Laps 1 - 55); Chris Madden (Laps 56 - 72); Brandon Sheppard (Laps 73 - 85); Jimmy Owens (Laps 86 - 100)
Wrisco Feature Winner: Jimmy Owens
Margin of Victory: 0.388 seconds
Cautions: Chad Simpson (Lap 9); Frank Heckenast Jr. (Lap 10); Chris Simpson (Lap 22); Don O'Neal, Tim McCreadie, Josh Richards (Lap 33); Ricky Thornton Jr. (Lap 44); Fuel Stop (Lap 50); Tyler Erb (Lap 55); Bobby Pierce (Lap 55); Shane Clanton (Lap 72)
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Jimmy Owens (Advanced 17 Positions)
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport
Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Stormy Scott
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Jimmy Owens
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Devin Moran
COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Vic Hill Racing Engines
Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Jeff Strope (Jimmy Owens)
Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Shane Clanton (Lap #3 - 19.364 seconds)
Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Tim McCreadie
STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Shane Clanton (55 Laps)
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Shane Clanton
Time of Race: 87 minutes 23 seconds
 
 
Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
EARNINGS
1
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
7130
$258,162.60
2
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
6520
$139,665.08
3
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
6515
$169,862.57
4
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
6395
$202,552.70
5
1T
Tyler Erb ฎ
New Waverly, TX
6385
$157,766.34
6
1d
Devin Moran ฎ
Dresden, OH
6205
$114,065.03
7
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
6175
$130,661.31
8
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
6050
$142,077.59
9
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
5555
$88,090.00
10
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
5515
$84,520.00
11
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruses, NM
5220
$65,480.00
12
21JR
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Batesville, AR
4960
$59,115.00
13
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
4305
$54,525.00
14
0
Scott Bloomquist
Mooresburg, TN
3740
$73,733.84

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

 

 

Weiss Powers to Knoxville Triumph

 
 
 
Ricky Weiss Scores First Career Knoxville Victory
(HeathLawsonPhotos.com)

 
 
KNOXVILLE, Iowa (September 13, 2019) - Ricky Weiss passed Chris Madden on lap sixteen and went on to record his first career win at Knoxville Raceway on Friday night. The 30-year-old Canadian racer became the 17th different winner on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tour this season.
 
Weiss started on the pole but fell to second behind Madden on the opening lap - trailing the South Carolina racer for the first fifteen laps of the 25-lap main event. Madden got bogged down in heavy traffic and that allowed Weiss to slip by for the lead.
 
Madden rallied to make a final attempt to overtake Weiss on the final lap but came up short of his fifth Lucas Oil win of the season. Josh Richards brought the Clint Bowyer Racing, Rocket home in third after starting in eleventh. Iowa native Tyler Bruening recorded his best career finish at Knoxville by taking fourth and Don O'Neal completed the top five.
 
"It's awesome to be in Victory Lane here at Knoxville," said Weiss. "We haven't been able to capture the big one here yet, but this is our chance. After last night, we were happy with that. We were locked into the show for Saturday and we debated switching cars tonight and trying something. Shawn [Gage] didn't want to, because he knew this car is good and he has the confidence in me to keep it in one piece."
 
Weiss added: "Everytime we touch the track; it gets better and better. I didn't mind that Chris [Madden] set the pace at the start. We don't seem to fire like those guys at the start of a race, but we are there at the end. It was good to learn off of him [Madden] to know where we can get better. I used to play this track on a video game and now we are here in Victory Lane."
 
Madden came up just short of his first-career win at Knoxville, crossing the line a close second. "We had a good car for the first half of the race, but I got extremely tight and I couldn't turn across the middle of the corners. I was just trying to bide my time and I was hoping not to get into traffic, that opened the door for Ricky. To have the night we had last night and to bounce back and have the night we had tonight is great. We can tune on it now and be ready for tomorrow night."
 
Richards' stirring run was without the benefit of a single caution flag during the race. "We absolutely needed a caution. I feel like I was running those top two down. We had a fast car. I was relying on the cushion get up there. That was more of an old-school Knoxville with a ledge up there by the wall. It was slick all the way across the track and we could carry speed wherever we wanted to go. I had a lot of fun out there."
 
The winner's Bloomquist Race Cars entry is powered by a Vic Hill Racing Engine and sponsored by: Turk Enterprises, Derrick's Sandblasting, Kakela Farms, G-Style Transport, J&C Properties, Penske Racing Shocks, Hawkeye Construction, Keewatin Truck Service, Straight Ahead Venture, LG Transport, Red Line Graphix, R.A. Recycling, and Wiesner Trucking.
 
Completing the top ten were Tyler Erb, Earl Pearson Jr., Brandon Sheppard, Frank Heckenast Jr., and Hudson O'Neal.
 
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
Race Summary
Friday, September 13, 2019  
Knoxville Raceway - Knoxville, Iowa

Miller Welders Time Trials
Fast Time Group A: Scott Bloomquist / 18.009 seconds (overall)
Fast Time Group B: Chris Simpson / 18.212 seconds

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Shannon Babb, Scott Bloomquist, Earl Pearson, Jr., Chase Junghans, Jonathan Davenport, Stormy Scott, Bobby Pierce, Cody Laney, Chad White

FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Josh Richards, Ricky Thornton Jr., Tyler Bruening, Tim McCreadie, Brandon Sheppard, Shanon Buckingham, Nick Marolf, Reid Millard, Corey Zeitner

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Ricky Weiss, Tyler Erb ฎ, Brian Birkhofer, Kyle Bronson, Dave Eckrich, Jeremy Grady, Brent Larson, Jeremiah Hurst, David Webster-DNS

Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #4 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Darrell Lanigan, Dennis Erb, Jr., Chris Simpson, Jimmy Mars, Devin Moran ฎ, Spencer Diercks, Jonathan Brauns, Charlie McKenna, Billy Moyer, Jr.

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #5 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Chris Madden, Don O'Neal, Jason Feger, Shane Clanton, Jimmy Owens, Billy Moyer, Mike Fryer, Dustin Nobbe, Tim Simpson-DNS

Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #6 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Frank Heckenast, Jr., Mike Mataragas, Hudson O'Neal, Chad Simpson, Johnny Scott, Jake Neal, JC Wyman, Brian Harris, Junior Coover

Lucas Oil Products Red "N"Tacky Spray Grease B-Main #1 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Jonathan Davenport, Brandon Sheppard, Kyle Bronson, Stormy Scott, Tim McCreadie, Shanon Buckingham, Chase Junghans, Bobby Pierce, Nick Marolf, Dave Eckrich, Jeremiah Hurst, Cody Laney, Brent Larson, Chad White, Reid Millard, David Webster, Jeremy Grady, Corey Zeitner-DNS

FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Shane Clanton, Jimmy Owens, Chad Simpson, Devin Moran ฎ, Jimmy Mars, Billy Moyer, Johnny Scott, Spencer Diercks, Mike Fryer, JC Wyman, Brian Harris, Dustin Nobbe, Charlie McKenna, Jake Neal, Jonathan Brauns, Junior Coover, Billy Moyer, Jr.-DNS, Tim Simpson-DNS

Lucas Oil Feature Finish (25 Laps):
FINISH
START
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
EARNINGS
1
1
7w
Ricky Weiss
Headingley, MB
$7,000
2
2
0m
Chris Madden
Gray Court, SC
$4,000
3
11
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
$3,000
4
3
16T
Tyler Bruening
Decorah, IA
$2,000
5
6
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$1,500
6
5
1T
Tyler Erb ฎ
New Waverly, TX
$1,000
7
9
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
$900
8
21
1S
Brandon Sheppard
New Berlin, IL
$900
9
16
99JR
Frank Heckenast, Jr.
Frankfort, IL
$700
10
10
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$600
11
4
28
Dennis Erb, Jr.
Carpentersville, IL
$580
12
24
1c
Chad Simpson
Mt. Vernon, IA
$660
13
23
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
$640
14
7
0
Scott Bloomquist
Mooresburg, TN
$520
15
22
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
$600
16
8
32s
Chris Simpson
Oxford, IA
$490
17
19
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
$580
18
14
29
Darrell Lanigan
Union, KY
$470
19
17
20RT
Ricky Thornton Jr.
Sedgwick, KS
$460
20
15
18
Shannon Babb
Mowequa, IL
$450
21
13
15B
Brian Birkhofer
Muscatine, IA
$440
22
20
25
Shane Clanton
Zebulon, GA
$530
23
18
25F
Jason Feger
Bloomington, IL
$410
24
12
1m
Mike Mataragas
DeKalb, IL
$400
 
Race Statistics
Entrants: 54
Lap Leaders: Chris Madden (Laps 1 - 15); Ricky Weiss (Laps 16 - 25)
 
Wrisco Feature Winner: Ricky Weiss
Margin of Victory: 0.760 seconds
Cautions: none
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Brandon Sheppard (Advanced 13 Positions)
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport
Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Jimmy Owens
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Josh Richards
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tyler Erb
COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Vic Hill Racing Engines
Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Bloomquist Race Cars
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Anthony Burroughs (Josh Richards)
Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Chris Madden (Lap #1 - 20.172 seconds)
Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Billy Moyer Jr.
STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Chris Madden (15 Laps)
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Ricky Weiss
Time of Race: 8 minutes 59 seconds
 
SATURDAY Lucas Oil Products Red "N" Tacky Spray Grease C-Main LINE UP:
DRIVER
INSIDE
OUTSIDE
DRIVER
Charlie McKenna
22C
99
Brian Harris
Cody Laney
32B
54
Mike Fryer
Corey Zeitner
6z
20w
Chad White
JC Wyman
4W
22B
Jonathan Brauns
Tim Simpson
17
14m
Reid Millard
David Webster
44w
10C
Junior Coover
Jared Landers
777
 
 

SATURDAY FAST Shafts B-Main LINE UP:
DRIVER
INSIDE
OUTSIDE
DRIVER
Shannon Babb
18
21JR
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Brian Birkhofer
15B
1m
Mike Mataragas
Tim McCreadie
39
58
Jeremiah Hurst
Jason Feger
25F
18J
Chase Junghans
Johnny Scott
1st
28m
Jimmy Mars
Dave Eckrich
58E
29d
Spencer Diercks
Jeremy Grady
43
21
Billy Moyer
Jake Neal
14J
5N
Dustin Nobbe
Brent Larson
B1
33
Nick Marolf

SATURDAY LUCAS OIL LATE MODEL NATIONALS Feature LINE UP:
DRIVER
INSIDE
OUTSIDE
DRIVER
Shane Clanton
25
29
Darrell Lanigan
Ricky Weiss
7w
0m
Chris Madden
Tyler Erb ฎ
1T
20RT
Ricky Thornton Jr.
Don O'Neal
5
16T
Tyler Bruening
Brandon Sheppard
1S
0
Scott Bloomquist
Josh Richards
14
32s
Chris Simpson
Chad Simpson
1c
28
Dennis Erb, Jr.
Earl Pearson, Jr.
1
71
Hudson O'Neal
Devin Moran ฎ
1d
20
Jimmy Owens
Bobby Pierce
32P
40B
Kyle Bronson
Frank Heckenast, Jr.
99JR
50
Shanon Buckingham
Stormy Scott
2s
49
Jonathan Davenport

 

 

Shane Clanton Scores at Knoxville

 
Shane Clanton Scores First Career Knoxville Victory
(HeathLawsonPhotos.com)

 
 
KNOXVILLE, Iowa (September 12, 2019) - Shane Clanton came from the seventh starting spot to win Thursday night's preliminary event at Knoxville Raceway.
 
For the 44-year-old Georgia native, it was his first-ever win at the historic venue. He also became the sixteenth different winner this season on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tour.
 
Clanton was the fourth different leader of the 25-lap race. The A-Main was slowed by only one caution flag for Jonathan Davenport on lap four. Ricky Thornton Jr. led the first lap in the Chad Stapleton-owned Club 29 Race Car. His place atop the leader board was short-lived as outside front-row starter Devin Moran took the lead on lap number two.
 
Moran led until Tyler Erb took the lead away from him on lap five. Clanton charged from the inside of row number four and grabbed the lead away from Erb on lap fourteen.

Clanton pulled away from Erb and went on to pick up the preliminary night victory. Erb crossed the finish line in second, followed by a close finish between Darrell Lanigan and Ricky Weiss for third and fourth. Thornton was fifth.
 
Clanton; in Lucas Oil Victory Lane for the first time in 2019; thanked his chassis builder Marshall Green for his set-up advice over the phone before the start of the race. "Our car has been good all night long. We just made the right adjustments. I was biding my time behind Terbo [Erb], and it looked like he was hurting his tires. I went to the middle and the car stuck, and we went by him, then that was all she wrote."
 
"To win here at Knoxville is a dream come true," Clanton added. "I have seen Donny Schatz win here so many times and I would like to start my own legacy here. This is a team effort, all the way to everybody with Marshall back at the shop. Penske Shocks and Keith Berner from Accu-Force tested with us earlier in the year and it has made a difference in our program. Thanks to Greg Bruening for letting me drive his race car. This is a big win for him as well because he's from Iowa. It's hard to beat what we had here tonight for a track. Hats off to all of the Knoxville crew for a great job."
 
Erb led nine laps but came home in the runner-up spot. "There wasn't a whole lot I could do in the last ten or fifteen laps, he [Clanton] had a better car. He could maneuver through a lot better than I could. My car felt really good. It's the same kind of issue we have been having. The longer we go, the tires just get hot. We are going to work on it. It was a good run. This is my favorite racetrack that we come to."
 
Lanigan edged out Weiss at the finish line to round out the podium. "The car got really good through the middle and the bottom. I would have liked to have seen a caution to see if we could have made a late-race charge. It's just awesome to come out here and run well."   
The winner's fourth career Lucas Oil victory came in the Greg Bruening-owned Capital Race Cars entry powered by a Clements Racing Engine and sponsored by: Bruening Rock Products, Skyline Materials, LTD, Bennett Explosives, Super K Express, Olson Explosives, Freeman Plumbing, M&S Concrete, and Truck Country.
 
Completing the top ten were Tyler Bruening, Brandon Sheppard, Devin Moran, Bobby Pierce, and Chris Simpson.
 
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
Race Summary
Thursday, September 12, 2019  
Knoxville Raceway - Knoxville, Iowa

Miller Welders Time Trials
Fast Time Group A: Shane Clanton / 17.932 seconds (overall)
Fast Time Group B: Jimmy Owens / 18.087 seconds

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Shanon Buckingham, Brian Birkhofer, Shane Clanton, Jimmy Mars, Stormy Scott, Mike Mataragas, Jason Feger, Cody Laney, Reid Millard, Jared Landers-DNS

FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Bobby Pierce, Jeremiah Hurst, Chris Simpson, Earl Pearson, Jr., Billy Moyer, Jr., Dave Eckrich, Corey Zeitner, JC Wyman, Tim Simpson

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Ricky Thornton Jr., Frank Heckenast, Jr., Darrell Lanigan, Spencer Diercks, Charlie McKenna, Scott Bloomquist, Dustin Nobbe, Jake Neal, Chase Junghans

Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #4 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Shannon Babb, Jonathan Davenport, Tyler Erb ฎ, Hudson O'Neal, Jimmy Owens, Billy Moyer, Jeremy Grady, Brian Harris, Jonathan Brauns

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #5 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Josh Richards, Tyler Bruening, Devin Moran ฎ, Chris Madden, Chad Simpson, Johnny Scott, Brent Larson, Mike Fryer, Junior Coover

Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #6 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Brandon Sheppard, Dennis Erb, Jr., Ricky Weiss, Don O'Neal, Kyle Bronson, Chad White, Nick Marolf, David Webster, Tim McCreadie-DNS

Lucas Oil Products Red "N" Tacky Spray Grease B-Main #1 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Stormy Scott, Earl Pearson, Jr., Billy Moyer, Jr., Jimmy Mars, Scott Bloomquist, Mike Mataragas, Spencer Diercks, Charlie McKenna, Jason Feger, Corey Zeitner, Cody Laney, Dave Eckrich, JC Wyman, Reid Millard, Jake Neal, Dustin Nobbe, Tim Simpson-DNS, Chase Junghans-DNS, Jared Landers-DNS

FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (15 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Jimmy Owens, Chad Simpson, Kyle Bronson, Hudson O'Neal, Don O'Neal, Chris Madden, Johnny Scott, Brent Larson, Brian Harris, Jeremy Grady, Nick Marolf, Jonathan Brauns, Mike Fryer, Chad White, David Webster, Billy Moyer, Junior Coover, Tim McCreadie-DNS

Lucas Oil Feature Finish (25 Laps):
FINISH
START
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
EARNINGS
1
7
25
Shane Clanton
Zebulon, GA
$7,000
2
4
1T
Tyler Erb ฎ
New Waverly, TX
$4,000
3
5
29
Darrell Lanigan
Union, KY
$3,000
4
6
7w
Ricky Weiss
Headingley, MB
$2,000
5
1
20RT
Ricky Thornton Jr.
Sedgwick, KS
$1,500
6
10
16T
Tyler Bruening
Decorah, IA
$1,000
7
12
1S
Brandon Sheppard
New Berlin, IL
$900
8
2
1d
Devin Moran ฎ
Dresden, OH
$800
9
11
32P
Bobby Pierce
Oakwood, IL
$700
10
3
32s
Chris Simpson
Oxford, IA
$600
11
18
28
Dennis Erb, Jr.
Carpentersville, IL
$580
12
13
99JR
Frank Heckenast, Jr.
Frankfort, IL
$560
13
16
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
$540
14
19
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruses, NM
$620
15
21
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
$500
16
20
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
$490
17
9
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
$480
18
24
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
$470
19
14
18
Shannon Babb
Mowequa, IL
$460
20
15
15B
Brian Birkhofer
Muscatine, IA
$450
21
22
1c
Chad Simpson
Mt. Vernon, IA
$440
22
23
21JR
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Batesville, AR
$530
23
17
58
Jeremiah Hurst
Dubuque, IA
$410
24
8
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
$400
 
Race Statistics
Entrants: 55
Lap Leaders: Ricky Thornton Jr. (Lap 1); Devin Moran (Laps 2 - 4); Tyler Erb (Laps 5 - 13); Shane Clanton (Laps 14 - 25)
Wrisco Feature Winner: Shane Clanton
Margin of Victory: 3.627 seconds
Cautions: Jonathan Davenport (Lap 4)
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Dennis Erb Jr. (Advanced 7 Positions)
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport
Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Ricky Weiss
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Tyler Erb
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tyler Erb
COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Clements Racing Engines
Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Capital Race Cars
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Randall Edwards (Tyler Erb)
Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Shane Clanton (Lap #4 - 19.4930 seconds)
Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Jonathan Davenport
STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Shane Clanton (12 Laps)
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Ricky Thornton Jr.
Time of Race: 10 minutes 37 seconds
 
 
Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals Night One Point Standings:
Overall Pos
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
Night #1 POINTS
1
25
Shane Clanton
Zebulon, GA
494
2
29
Darrell Lanigan
Union, KY
486
3
20RT
Ricky Thornton Jr.
Sedgwick, KS
482
4
1T
Tyler Erb ฎ
New Waverly, TX
474
5
7w
Ricky Weiss
Headingley, MB
472
6
32s
Chris Simpson
Oxford, IA
468
7
16T
Tyler Bruening
Decorah, IA
461
7
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
461
9
1S
Brandon Sheppard
New Berlin, IL
460
9
1d
Devin Moran ฎ
Dresden, OH
460
11
32P
Bobby Pierce
Oakwood, IL
458
11
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
458
13
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruses, NM
456
13
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
456
15
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
450
16
99JR
Frank Heckenast, Jr.
Frankfort, IL
447
17
1c
Chad Simpson
Mt. Vernon, IA
446
18
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
444
19
28
Dennis Erb, Jr.
Carpentersville, IL
443
20
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
439
21
18
Shannon Babb
Mowequa, IL
434
22
21JR
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Batesville, AR
432
23
15B
Brian Birkhofer
Muscatine, IA
429
23
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
429
25
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
423
26
58
Jeremiah Hurst
Dubuque, IA
421
27
0m
Chris Madden
Gray Court, SC
417
28
1st
Johnny Scott
Las Cruces, NM
415
29
28m
Jimmy Mars
Menomonie, WI
411
30
1m
Mike Mataragas
DeKalb, IL
407
31
58E
Dave Eckrich
Oxford, IA
393
32
43
Jeremy Grady
Story City, IA
390
33
29d
Spencer Diercks
Davenport, IA
389
34
14J
Jake Neal
Omaha, NE
385
35
B1
Brent Larson
Lake Elmo, MN
380
36
22C
Charlie McKenna
Ames, IA
378
37
99
Brian Harris
Davenport, IA
377
38
0
Scott Bloomquist
Mooresburg, TN
375
39
25F
Jason Feger
Bloomington, IL
374
40
32B
Cody Laney
Torrance, CA
373
41
6z
Corey Zeitner
Omaha, NE
370
41
18J
Chase Junghans
Manhattan, KS
370
41
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
370
44
20w
Chad White
Benton Harbor, MI
369
45
5N
Dustin Nobbe
Batesville, IN
368
46
33
Nick Marolf
Moscow, IA
366
47
21
Billy Moyer
Batesville, AR
363
48
54
Mike Fryer
Freeport, IL
361
49
17
Tim Simpson
Iowa City, IA
356
49
22B
Jonathan Brauns
Muscatine, IA
356
51
4W
JC Wyman
Griswold, IA
355
52
14m
Reid Millard
Jefferson City, MO
352
53
44w
David Webster
Monroe, WI
349
54
10C
Junior Coover
Norfolk, NE
344
55
777
Jared Landers
Batesville, AR
333

 

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Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals Up Next
 
 
 
BATAVIA, Ohio (September 9, 2019) - The 16th Annual Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals at Knoxville Raceway kicks off on Thursday.
 
One of the most prestigious events, set for September 12th-14th, on one of motorsport's biggest stages, the event will bring together elite dirt late model drivers from around the nation. Over $270,000 in purse money will be paid out over the course of the three-day, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event.
 
The activities on Thursday and Friday, September 12th-13th will feature a complete program of: Hot Laps, Miller Welders Time Trials, Heat Races, C-Main (if needed), B-Mains, and a 25-lap, $7,000-to-win main event. Drivers will earn points in each of the two preliminary nights that will determine the line-ups for Saturday night's finale.
 
Saturday night's program will include: Hot Laps, C-Main (if needed), B-Mains, and the 100-lap, $40,000-to-win main event for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. The Malvern Bank Super Late Models will serve as a support division on Saturday, September 14th.
 
Numerous off-track activities will take place surrounding the three-day event. The exposition opens at 1:00 pm each day with exhibits on the Midway, behind the main grandstand. The Hall of Fame Auction will take place at the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum, behind turn two, on Saturday at 12:00pm (NOON). A driver meet and greet session will be held on Saturday at 3:00pm in the Dyer-Hudson Hall, off the Midway.
 
Twelve different drivers have stood on the prestigious Knoxville Late Model Nationals Victory Lane stage. The inaugural (2004) event winner Brian Birkhofer, Scott Bloomquist, and Mike Marlar have each won the marquee event twice. Some of the hottest drivers in the country - including Jonathan Davenport and Josh Richards - have yet to conquer Knoxville Raceway.   
The Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals is the only annual Super Late Model event at the Sprint Car Capital of the World. This half-mile speed-plant is located within the Marion County Fairgrounds, in the heart of Knoxville, Iowa, just a short drive from Des Moines. For tickets and more information on the 16th Annual Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals, visit: www.knoxvilleraceway.com.
 
Track Information:
Knoxville Raceway
Phone Number: 641-842-5431
Location: 1000 N. Lincoln St., Knoxville, IA 50138
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 41.32671 - Longitude: -93.10954
Directions: At the north edge of Knoxville on SR 14 (fairgrounds)
 
Knoxville Raceway Thursday-Friday Tire Rule:
Fronts - Hoosier LM20
Rears - Hoosier LM40
 
*Must use the same set of 4 tires for Time Trials, and Heat Races.
*For the C-Main (if needed), B-Mains, and A-Main competitors may use 4 new tires.
*Cutting and/or siping of any tire IS allowed.
 
Knoxville Raceway Saturday Tire Rule:
Fronts - Hoosier LM20, LM40
Rears - Hoosier LM40
 
*For the C-Main (if needed), B-Main, and A-Main competitors may use 4 new tires.
*Cutting and/or siping of any tire IS allowed.
 
Knoxville Late Model Nationals Purse Information:
Thursday-Friday A-Main Purse: 1. $7,000, 2. $4,000, 3. $3,000, 4. $2,000, 5. $1,500, 6. $1,000, 7. $900, 8. $800, 9. $700, 10. $600, 11. $580, 12. $560, 13. $540, 14. $520, 15. $500, 16. $490, 17. $480, 18. $470, 19. $460, 20. $450, 21. $440, 22. $430, 23. $410, 24. $400
 
Thursday-Friday B-Main Purse: 1. Transfer + $100, 2. Transfer + $100, 3. Transfer + $100, 4. Transfer + $100, 5. Transfer + $100, 6. Transfer + $100, 7. $200, 8. $200, 9. $200, 10. $200, 11. $200, 12. $200, 13. $200, 14. $200, 15. $200, 16. $200, 17. $200, 18. $200, 19. $200, 20. $200, 21. $200, 22. $200, 23. $200, 24. $200
 
Thursday-Friday C-Main Purse: 1. Transfer + $100, 2. Transfer + $100, 3. Transfer + $100, 4. Transfer + $100, 5. $200, 6. $190, 7. $180, 8. $170, 9. $160, 10. $150, 11. $140, 12. $130, 13. $120, 14. $110, 15. $100, 16. $100, 17. $100, 18. $100, 19. $100, 20. $100, 21. $100, 22. $100
 
Saturday A-Main Purse: 1. $40,000, 2. $20,000, 3. $10,000, 4. $8,750, 5. $7,500, 6. $7,000, 7. $6,500, 8. $6,000, 9. $5,500, 10. $5,000, 11. $4,500, 12. $4,000, 13. $3,500, 14. $3,400, 15. $3,300, 16. $3,200, 17. $3,100, 18. $3,000, 19. $2,900, 20. $2,800, 21. $2,700, 22. $2,600, 23. $2,500, 24. $2,500, 25. $2,500, 26. $2,500, 27. $2,500, 28. $2,500, 29. $2,500, 30. $2,500
 
Saturday B-Main Purse: 1. Transfer + $200, 2. Transfer + $200, 3. Transfer + $200, 4. Transfer + $200, 5. Transfer + $200, 6. Transfer + $200, 7. $500, 8. $500, 9. $500, 10. $500, 11. $500, 12. $500, 13. $500, 14. $500, 15. $400, 16. $400, 17. $400, 18. $400, 19. $400, 20. $400, 21. $400, 22. $400, 23. $400, 24. $400

 
Saturday C-Main Purse: 1. Transfer + $100, 2. Transfer + $100, 3. Transfer + $100, 4. Transfer + $100, 5. $400, 6. $400, 7. $400, 8. $400, 9. $400, 10. $400, 11. $400, 12. $400, 13. $400, 14. $400, 15. $400, 16. $400, 17. $400, 18. $400, 19. $400, 20. $400, 21. $400, 22. $400

 
Previous Late Model Knoxville Nationals Winners:
2004 - Brian Birkhofer
2005 - Scott Bloomquist
2006 - Brian Shirley
2007 - Brady Smith
2008 - Tim McCreadie
2009 - Scott Bloomquist
2010 - Billy Moyer
2011 - Don O'Neal
2012 - Steve Francis
2013 - Darrell Lanigan
2014 - Brian Birkhofer
2015 - Jared Landers
2016 - Mike Marlar
2017 - Mike Marlar
2018 - Jimmy Owens
 
Lucas Oil Championship Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
DEFICIT
1
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
6965
 
2
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
6395
-570
3
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
6390
-575
4
1T
Tyler Erb ฎ
New Waverly, TX
6230
-735
5
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
6145
-820
6
1M
Devin Moran ฎ
Dresden, OH
5995
-970
7
1
Earl Pearson Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
5990
-975
8
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
5830
-1135
9
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
5365
-1600
10
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
5350
-1615
11
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruces, NM
5025
-1940
12
21
Billy Moyer Jr.
Batesville, AR
4835
-2130
13
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
4180
-2785
14
0
Scott Bloomquist
Morresburg, TN
3530
-3435

 

 

Dirt Track World Championship Returns to Time Trial Format

 
 
 
BATAVIA, Ohio (September 4, 2019) - Hall-of-Fame promoter, Carl Short recently announced that the 39th edition of the Dirt Track World Championship, set for October 18th-19th at Portsmouth Raceway Park will return to a Time Trial format for Super Late Models.
 
Since 2015, a double-heat race format, with a passing-points system, has transferred drivers into the main event. This year, Friday night will include Time Trials and a single set of 15-lap heat races with a six car invert. Competitors will earn points based on Time Trials and Heat Race finishing results. The total points accumulated by a specific driver will be added together to create Saturday's B-Main and A-Main lineups.
 
Saturday's on-track action for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will include B-Mains, followed by a non-qualifier race, where the winner has the choice of keeping their $3,000 winnings, or forfeiting their earnings to start tail of the main event. The 100-lap Dirt Track World Championship finale will cap off the weekend.
 
Advanced tickets to this marquee event are on sale now. To purchase tickets or for more information, visit:www.thedtwc.com or call (740) 858-4972.

 

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SOUTHERN 100 DATE CHANGE FOR DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET DLMS

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series and Southern Raceway officials have announced a date change for the two-day, two race 12th Annual Southern 100 at Southern Raceway in Milton, FL. The event that was originally scheduled for October 25 and 26 has been rescheduled for November 8 and 9.

 
              The date change was made due to a scheduling conflict with the Fall Classic at Whynot Motorsports Park in Meridian, MS. Whynot Motorsports Park is also a Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series track and it also hosts Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series National Touring events.

 
              The first night of the Southern 100 will be a $3,000-to-win 40-lap race on Friday night, November 8. The second night of the Southern 100 will be a $7,000-to-win 60-lap race on Saturday night November 9. Southern Raceway will host an Open Practice on Thursday night, November 7.

 
Southern Raceway is located at 9359 Nichols Lake Road, Milton, FL 32583. For more information call 850-623-2333, or visit the track web site at www.southernraceway.com. You can also follow them on Social Media at Southern Raceway on Facebook and @trackofchamps on Twitter.
 
For more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Racing. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 25 PREVIEW


 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – There will be four Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division races on the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 25 schedule of events. Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS will host Double Features with a Week 2 Make-Up Race this Saturday night. The first race will be the Make-Up Race and the second race will be the Week 25 race.

 
              Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division Week 25 races this Saturday night will also be held at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, Columbus Speedway in Columbus, MS, and Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS.

 
              For drivers trying to plan out the last five weeks of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division season, we have compiled a master schedule listed below of Weeks 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29 based on the tracks’ web sites and Facebook pages. These schedules are subject to change on a daily basis, so be sure to check out the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division Preview each week for updates.

 
              With five more weeks still left in the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series 2019 season, the battle for the $10,000 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National Championship is still up for grabs. With Week 26 being the last week for tracks to schedule a Double Feature event, the title hunt and the Top 10 points fund paying positions will begin to come into better focus after that.

 
              Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS is the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National point leader with a best 14-week total of 694 points. Lee will be trying to net on a 48, which means he has to finish first or second to gain any points on his season total. Lee goes into Week 25 action with an eight-point lead in the National standings.

 
              Sid Scarbrough of Florence, MS is second with a best 14-week total of 686 points, and he will be trying to net on a 47 in Week 25 action. Braden Mitchell of Russellville, AL is third in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division standings with a best 14-week total of 684 points, and he will be trying to net on a 46.

 
              Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS holds down the fourth spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division standings with a best 14-week total of 683 points, and he will be trying to net on a 46. Cole Cameron of Hattiesburg, MS rounds out the top five of the National standings with a best 14-week total of 678 points, and he will be trying to net on a 46.

 
              There is one driver to watch that can “come from out of nowhere” and into championship contention. The Top 19 drivers have reached the 14-week mark of their respective seasons. Spencer Hughes of Meridian, MS is 20th in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with 593 points and two more weeks to earn full points. Two 50-point wins would give Hughes 693 points.

 
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy, with the National Champion pocketing $10,000.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Racing. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 25 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 14:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
COLUMBUS SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS (Double Features – Week 2 Make-Up Race)
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 26 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 21:
 
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN
GREENVILLE SPEEDWAY – GREENVILLE, MS
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 27 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 28:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 28 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 5:
 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 29 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 12:
 
81 SPEEDWAY – WICHITA, KS (Co-Sanctioned With NCRA)
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN
 

 

DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 25 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Week 25 of the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series will feature eight Saturday night Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division races in five different states. There will be a pair of Double Feature Make-Up races scheduled for Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS and Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS.

 
              At Hattiesburg Speedway, the first Feature Race will be a Week 2 Make-Up Race and the second Feature Race will be the Week 25 race. At Jackson Motor Speedway, the first Feature Race will be a Week 22 Make-Up Race and the second Feature Race will be the Week 25 race.

 
              Week 25 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division races are also scheduled for Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, Columbus Speedway in Columbus, MS, Needmore Speedway in Norman Park, GA, Southern Raceway in Milton, FL, Thunderhill Raceway in Summertown, TN, and Thunder Valley Speedway in Glenmora, LA.

 
              For drivers trying to plan out the last five weeks of the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division season, we have compiled a master schedule listed below of Weeks 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29 based on the tracks’ web sites and Facebook pages. These schedules are subject to change on a daily basis, so be sure to check out the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Preview each week for updates.

 
              With five more weeks still left in the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series 2019 season, the battle for the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Championship is still up for grabs. With Week 26 being the last week for tracks to schedule a Double Feature event, the title hunt and the Top 10 points fund paying positions will begin to come into better focus after that.

 
              Mike Lane of Wing, AL leads the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 697 points. Lane is now netting on 49s, which means he needs three more 50-point wins to reach the Perfect Season mark of 700 points. Lane has a three point lead in the standings going into Week 25 competition.

 
              Jason Baker of Addison, AL is second in the National standings and is still very much in the championship battle going into Week 25 action. Baker has a best 14-week total of 694 points, and Baker will be trying to net on a 48 in Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Week 25 competition.

 
              The next three drivers in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings will have to get up on the wheel to keep their title hopes alive. The defending Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock World Champion T.J. Herndon of Atwood, TN, Hayden Moran of Covington, LA and Eddie Rhinehart of Lawrenceburg, TN are tied for the third spot. 

 
Each driver has a best 14-week total of 685 points. Herndon will be trying to net on a 46, Moran will be trying to net on a 45, and Rhinehart will be trying to net on a 48. The tie-breaker is determined on the number of 50-point wins. Herndon has seven wins, Moran has five wins, and Rhinehart has four wins in 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division competition.
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 25 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 14:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
COLUMBUS SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS (Double Features – Week 2 Make-Up Race)
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS (Double Features – Week 22 Make-Up Race)
NEEDMORE SPEEDWAY – NORMAN PARK, GA
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN
THUNDER VALLEY SPEEDWAY – GLENMORA, LA

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 26 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Friday, September 20:
 
TENNESSEE NATIONAL RACEWAY – HOHENWALD, TN

 
Saturday, September 21:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN
ECM SPEEDWAY – ARKADELPHIA, AL
GREENVILLE SPEEDWAY – GREENVILLE, MS
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 27 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 28:

 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS (Double Features – Week 2 Make-Up Race)
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS (Double Features – Week 22 Make-Up Race)
NEEDMORE SPEEDWAY – NORMAN PARK, GA
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL
THUNDER VALLEY SPEEDWAY – GLENMORA, LA

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 28 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 5:
 
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN
THUNDER VALLEY SPEEDWAY – GLENMORA, LA

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 29 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 12:

 
NEEDMORE SPEEDWAY – NORMAN PARK, GA
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 25 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – There will be a light three-race Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 25 schedule for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division this Saturday night. For point leader Bryson Mitchell of Russellville, AL, Week 25 could be a memorable one, as he is one 50-point win away from a Perfect Season of 700 points.

 
              Mitchell has a best 14-week total of 699 points and he has 13 50-point wins after 26 races this season. All Mitchell has to do is net on a 49 to get to 700 points. The only driver with a mathematical chance to challenge Mitchell for the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National Championship is Ryan King of Anniston, AL.

 
              King, who is currently tied for fourth in the National standings, would have to win a race in each of the remaining five weeks of the season, including Week 26 Double Features, in order to get to 700 points. Either two more 50 point wins by Mitchell, or a non-win by King over the next five weeks would clinch the title for Mitchell.

 
              The trio of Week 25 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division races will be highlighted by a $1,000-to-win event at Columbus Speedway in Columbus, MS. Week 25 races are also scheduled for Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, and Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS.

 
              For drivers trying to plan out the last five weeks of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division season, we have compiled a master schedule listed below of Weeks 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29 based on the tracks’ web sites and Facebook pages. These schedules are subject to change on a daily basis, so be sure to check out the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division Preview each week for updates.

 
              Along with Mitchell and King, there are several other drivers battling for one of the Top 10 points fund paying positions in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division point standings. Donovan Henry of Muscle Shoals, AL is second in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 677 points. Henry will be trying to net on a 43.

 
              Cruz Wallace of Tuscumbia, AL is third in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 672 points. Wallace will be trying to net on a 46. King and Blake Ray of Russellville, AL are tied for the fourth spot. Each driver has a best 14-week total of 668 points. King will be trying to net on a 40, and Ray will be trying to net on a 44.

 
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 25 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 14:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
COLUMBUS SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS ($1,000-To-Win)
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 26 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 21:

 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
ECM SPEEDWAY – ARKADELPHIA, AL (Double Features – Week 11 Make-Up Race)
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 27 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 28:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS
SOUTHERN RACEWAY - MILTON, FL

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 28 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 5:

 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 29 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 12:

 
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL

 

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DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 25 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Three races are on the Week 25 Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series schedule of events for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division this Saturday night. Luke Riddle of Hartselle, AL and the defending Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Champion Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN will continue their 2019 Championship battle.

 
              Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, Thunderhill Raceway in Summertown, TN, and for the first time in the 2019 season, Columbus Speedway in Columbus, MS will host Week 25 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division events.

 
              For drivers trying to plan out the last five weeks of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division season, we have compiled a master schedule listed below of Weeks 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29 based on the tracks’ web sites and Facebook pages. These schedules are subject to change on a daily basis, so be sure to check out the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division Preview each week for updates.

 
              Riddle leads the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National point standings with a best 14-week total of 695 points. Riddle will be trying to net on a 49, which means he has to win a 50-point race to gain any points on his season total. With five weeks remaining in the 2019 season, Riddle has to score a 50-point win each week to reach the 700 point mark for a Perfect Season.

 
              Gillespie is second in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division standings with a best 14-week total of 691 points. Gillespie will be trying to net on a 48, as he tries to close in on Riddle to challenge for his second-straight National Championship.

 
              Just five points separate third through fifth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National point standings. Tracy Terrell of Russellville, AL is third in the standings with a best 14-week total of 652 points, and he will be trying to net on a 41. 

 
Blake Cross of Centerville, TN is fourth with a best 14-week total of 648 points, and he will be trying to net on a 41. Chuckie Gipson of Tuscumbia, AL rounds out the top five in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 647 points, and he will be trying to net on a 43.
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 25 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 14:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
COLUMBUS SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 26 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Friday, September 20:
 
TENNESSEE NATIONAL RACEWAY – HOHENWALD, TN

 
Saturday, September 21:

 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
ECM SPEEDWAY – ARKADELPHIA, AL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 27 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 28:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 28 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 5:
 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 29 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 12:

 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 25 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Three races are on the Week 25 Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series schedule of events for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division this Saturday night. Luke Riddle of Hartselle, AL and the defending Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Champion Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN will continue their 2019 Championship battle.

 
              Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, Thunderhill Raceway in Summertown, TN, and for the first time in the 2019 season, Columbus Speedway in Columbus, MS will host Week 25 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division events.

 
              For drivers trying to plan out the last five weeks of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division season, we have compiled a master schedule listed below of Weeks 25, 26, 27, 28, and 29 based on the tracks’ web sites and Facebook pages. These schedules are subject to change on a daily basis, so be sure to check out the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division Preview each week for updates.

 
              Riddle leads the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National point standings with a best 14-week total of 695 points. Riddle will be trying to net on a 49, which means he has to win a 50-point race to gain any points on his season total. With five weeks remaining in the 2019 season, Riddle has to score a 50-point win each week to reach the 700 point mark for a Perfect Season.

 
              Gillespie is second in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division standings with a best 14-week total of 691 points. Gillespie will be trying to net on a 48, as he tries to close in on Riddle to challenge for his second-straight National Championship.

 
              Just five points separate third through fifth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National point standings. Tracy Terrell of Russellville, AL is third in the standings with a best 14-week total of 652 points, and he will be trying to net on a 41. 

 
Blake Cross of Centerville, TN is fourth with a best 14-week total of 648 points, and he will be trying to net on a 41. Chuckie Gipson of Tuscumbia, AL rounds out the top five in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 647 points, and he will be trying to net on a 43.
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 25 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 14:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
COLUMBUS SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 26 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Friday, September 20:
 
TENNESSEE NATIONAL RACEWAY – HOHENWALD, TN

 
Saturday, September 21:

 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
ECM SPEEDWAY – ARKADELPHIA, AL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 27 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 28:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 28 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 5:
 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 29 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 12:

 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 24 ROUND UP


 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Although there were only six races on the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 24 schedule for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division, 18 of the Top 20 drivers saw action. While the top two drivers failed to net any points, the third and four-place drivers drove to victories to close in for the battle to win the $10,000 top prize.

 
              Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS remains the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division point leader with a best 14-week total of 694 points. Lee finished third on Saturday night at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS and failed to net on a 48. 

 
Sid Scarbrough of Florence, MS is second in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best week total of 686 points. Scarbrough finished sixth on Saturday night at Hattiesburg Speedway and failed to net on a 47.
Braden Mitchell of Russellville, AL drove the Sparks Energy Rocket to his seventh Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division win of the season on Saturday night at Moulton Speedway in Danville, AL. Mitchell netted on a 46 to bring his best 14-week total to 684 points, and he is third in the National standings.
Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS took his fifth win of the 2019 season in the Steele’s Dive Special on Saturday night at Hattiesburg Speedway. Russell is fourth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 683 points after netting on a 45. Cole Cameron of Hattiesburg, MS finished second to Russell at Hattiesburg Speedway on Saturday night, and is fifth in the standings with a best 14-week total of 678 points after netting on a 44.
A driver to watch in the coming weeks is Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN. Johns, a Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series National Touring regular, drove the Johns Farms Special to his fourth Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Late Model win on Saturday night at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN.
Johns used his 14th and final week to earn full points in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division season to earn 50 points and move from 12th to eighth in the National standings with 664 points. The first weekly point total he will be trying to net on will be a 39.
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy, with the National Champion pocketing $10,000.
In other Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division Week 24 action, Jadon Frame of Decherd, TN drove the Frame Racing Rocket to his fourth victory of the season on Saturday night at Duck River Raceway Park in Lewisburg, TN. Peter Hazzard of Greenville, MS was a winner for the second time this season on Saturday night at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, MS driving the C&C Refrigeration Special.
The 2015 VP Racing Fuels Young Guns Challenge Series Champion Cruz Skinner of Oxford, AL took his fourth Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division win of the 2019 season on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL driving the Skinner’s Body Shop Special.
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Racing. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/7/19:

 
1. 47 Shannon Lee – 694
2. 33 Sid Scarbrough – 686
3. 64 Braden Mitchell – 684
4. 72 Steve Russell – 683
5. 26 Cole Cameron – 678
6. 20 Jason Jarrell – 670
7. S4 Seth McCormack – 667
8. C6 Oakley Johns – 664
9. 713 Ben Brocato – 657
10. 78 Matthew Brocato – 641

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 24 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, September 7:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Oakley Johns; 2. Tyler Wood; 3. Ben Garner; 4. Jimmy Halford; 5. Donald Johns; 6. Ronnie Cooper; 7. Matthew Brocato; 8. Mitchell Holloway; 9. Joe Mike; 10. Ben Brocato; 11. Matt Cooper; 12. Jason Markewitz; 13. Dennis Bush; 14. Bronson Berry; 15. Stephen Buckner; 16. Adam Ray.

 
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN: 1. Jadon Frame; 2. Brad Skinner; 3. Jesse Lowe; 4. Jeremy Holtzclaw; 5. Steven Holcomb; 6. Randy Gifford; 7. Brock Hall; 8. Rudder Harper; 9. Dalton Melton.

 
GREENVILLE SPEEDWAY – GREENVILLE, MS: 1. Peter Hazzard; 2. Christopher Showah; 3. Joshua Patterson; 4. Randall Beckwith; 5. Carl Kilgore IV; 6. Cole Burns; 7. Jim Paxton; 8. Hayden McCool; 9. Trevor Runnels; 10. Brent Dillon.

 
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS: 1. Steve Russell; 2. Cole Cameron; 3. Shannon Lee; 4. Spencer Hughes; 5. Dannon LaCoste; 6. Sid Scarbrough; 7. Jason Jarrell; 8. Tootie Arnold; 9. Jim Churches; 10. James Moore; 11. Kody Barber; 12. Jimmy LaFontaine; 13. Mickey Steele; 14. Allen Netherland DNS.

 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 1. Cruz Skinner; 2. Lee Burdett; 3. Dylan Knowles; 4. Heath Carr; 5. David Kay; 6. Red Farmer; 7. Mike Combs; 8. David Culver; 9. Cole Smart; 10. Jimmy Elkins Jr.

 
MOULTON SPEEDWAY – DANVILLE, AL: 1. Braden Mitchell; 2. Dustin Harris; 3. Seth McCormack; 4. Daniel Miller; 5. Cale Finley; 6. Matt Brazil; 7. Aaron Miller; 8. Travis Smith; 9. Greg Wilhite; 10. Thomas Langley.
 

 

DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 24 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Week 24 of the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division season saw the top two drivers in the National point standings score victories, the World Street Stock Champ in a three-way tie for the third spot in the standings, and the defending National Champion reach a big milestone in his illustrious racing career.

 
              The Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division point leader Mike Lane of Wing, AL drove the Wing Racing Special to his 12th win of the season on Saturday night at Southern Raceway in Milton, FL. Lane was able to net on a 48 to gain two points and bring his best 14-week total to 697 points. Lane will now try to net on a trio of 49s to reach 700 points for a Perfect Season.

 
              Jason Baker of Addison, AL is second in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 694 points. Baker took his 11th win of the season on Saturday night at Moulton Speedway in Danville, AL driving the Carden Construction Special to net on a 47 and gain three points. With five weeks left in the season, Baker can still reach the 700 point mark.

 
              The defending Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock World Champion T.J. Herndon of Atwood, TN is in a three-way tie for the third spot of the National point standings with Hayden Moran of Covington, LA, and Eddie Rhinehart of Lawrenceburg, TN. All three drivers have a best 14-week total of 685 points.

 
              Herndon finished third on Saturday night at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN to net on a 40 and climb from seventh and into title contention. Moran was the apparent winner on Saturday night at Greenville Speedway in Greenville, MS, but was disqualified in post-race technical inspection due to a deck height violation, and did not net on a 45. Rhinehart did not compete in Week 24 action.

 
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.
The road to the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Championship could make Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS a busy place this Saturday night, as they will run Double Features. The first feature race will be a Week 22 Make-Up Race, and the second feature will be the regularly scheduled Week 25 race.
In other Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Week 24 action, the 2018 National Champion Ricky Idom of Hattiesburg, MS drove the Tri-State Rock and Rails Special to his 800th career win on Saturday night at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS. Wyatt Hill of Finley, TN was the winner at Camden Speedway on Saturday night in the Hill Farms Special.
David Earl Gentry of Murfreesboro, TN took the win on Saturday night at Duck River Raceway Park in Lewisburg, TN driving the WB Motorsports Special. Doug Dodd of Mathiston, MS driving the Dodd Racing Special was awarded the win on Saturday night at Greenville Speedway after Moran’s disqualification.
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/7/19:

 
1. 8 Mike Lane – 697
2. 41 Jason Baker – 694
3. 1 T.J. Herndon – 685
3. 41 Hayden Moran – 685
3. 93 Eddie Rhinehart – 685
6. KC2 Jeremy Eaton – 683
7. 22 Dylan Hamilton – 678
8. 5 Jason Hollis – 671
9. 69 Calvin Cook – 652
10. 30 Noel Bailey – 641

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 24 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, September 7:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Wyatt Hill; 2. Dale Nelson; 3. T.J. Herndon; 4. Jimmy Nolen; 5. Michael Kirby; 6. Brent Steele; 7. Dannye Rhinehart; 8. Justin Pugh; 9. Trevor Woodard; 10. Jeran Hudson; 11. Cole Fowler; 12. Austin Kinney; 13. Keaton Downing; 14. Colby Brandon; 15. Eddie Hill.

 
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN: 1. David Earl Gentry; 2. Gary Tucker; 3. Dillon Scott; 4. Brian Hudson; 5. Evan Wrinkle Jr.; 6. Steve Hadley; 7. Gaven Steagall; 8. Logan Hudson.

 
GREENVILLE SPEEDWAY – GREENVILLE, MS: 1. Doug Dodd; 2. Ryan Colby; 3. Joseph Hughes; 4. Jay Downs; 5. Brad Wier; 6. Clayton Kilgore; 7. Ricky Wrinkle Sr.; 8. Ryan Hawkins; 9. Jamie Rochell; 10. Dewayne Estes; 11. A.C. Parker Jr.; 12. Matt Stacy DNS; 13. Shane Hawkins DNS; 14. Hayden Moran DQ.

 
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS: 1. Ricky Idom; 2. Charles McLemore; 3. Michael Rodriguez; 4. Steve Underwood; 5. Keith Rodriguez; 6. Doug Nastasi; 7. Nathan Taylor; 8. Doug Taylor; 9. Charlie Bush; 10. Richard Zeller; 11. Leslie Brown; 12. Greg Knight; 13. John Jones.

 
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL: 1. Mike Lane; 2. Jeremy Eaton; 3. Curtis Faircloth; 4. Joseph Nicholson; 5. John Bryant; 6. Jessica Donaldson; 7. Brandon Kilpatrick; 8. Beau Thompson.

 
MOULTON SPEEDWAY – DANVILLE, AL: 1. Jason Baker; 2. Chase Winkles; 3. E.J. Carter; 4. Bobby Joe Williams; 5. Dwayne Hicks; 6. Kaleb Vandygriff; 7. Noel Bailey; 8. Michael Varden.

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 24 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division point leader Bryson Mitchell of Russellville, AL drove the Sparks Energy Rocket to his 14th win of the season on Saturday night at Moulton Speedway in Danville, AL. Mitchell netted on a 48 to bring his best 14-week total to 699 points, one point away from a Perfect Season.

 
              Mitchell will now have to net on a 49, which means he needs his 14th 50-point win to reach the 700 point mark. It’s too early to determine if Mitchell will clinch the championship, as Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series tracks will have one more week to schedule Double Feature/Make-Up Features. 

 
No Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series sanctioned tracks have scheduled any Make-Up Features for this coming weekend, Week 25 of the 2019 season, for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division. There are five weeks left in the season that has been extended an additional two weeks to 29 weeks due to an excessive amount of rainouts.

 
              Donovan Henry of Muscle Shoals, AL finished second to Mitchell on Saturday night at Moulton Speedway to net on a 41 and move up to the second spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division standings with a best 14-week total of 677 points. Cruz Wallace of Tuscumbia, AL is third in the standings with a best 14-week total of 672 points. Wallace did not compete in Week 24 action.

 
              Ryan King of Anniston, AL and Blake Ray of Russellville, AL are tied for the fourth spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings. Each driver has a best 14-week total of 668 points. King used his 14th and final week to earn full points to turn in a 41-point 11th-place finish on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL.

 
              King went from 12th to a tie for fourth in the National point standings and with five weeks left in the 2019 season and a Double Point opportunity still possible, King still has a mathematical chance to reach the 700 point mark this season. 

 
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.
In other Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division Week 24 action, Dakota Berry of Huntingdon, TN drove the 22 Auto Salvage Special to his seventh win of the season with a 40-point victory on Saturday night at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN. Justin Angle of Anniston, AL took his sixth win of the season on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track driving the Randy’s Tree Service Special.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/7/19:

 
1. 46 Bryson Mitchell – 699
2. 17m Donovan Henry – 677
3. 14 Cruz Wallace – 672
4. 55 Ryan King – 668
4. 17 Blake Ray – 668
6. 0 Doodle Lowe – 666
7. 35 Sherman Everette – 662
8. 15 Austin Steele – 659
9. 912 Justin Angle – 656
10. 11 Cole Brown – 650  

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 24 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, September 7:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Dakota Berry; 2. Stephen Buckner; 3. Joel Russell; 4. Rex Berry DNS.

 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 1. Justin Angle; 2. Chris Hill; 3. Jake Hollis; 4. Randy Holder; 5. Lane Shuler; 6. Sherman Everette; 7. Wayne Tidwell; 8. Todd McBurnett; 9. Jay Cromer; 10. David Crockett; 11. Ryan King.

 
MOULTON SPEEDWAY – DANVILLE, AL: 1. Bryson Mitchell; 2. Donovan Henry; 3. Silas Hamm; 4. Jerry Jackson; 5. Jared Gray; 6. Joshua Ray; 7. Brian Steele; 8. Heather Lowe; 9. Alan Bruton; 10. Logan Mize; 11. Brian Murray; 12. Dillon Robertson; 13. Jake Graves; 14. Braydon Williams; 15. Ethan Putman; 16. Randy Brewer.

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 24 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division point leader Luke Riddle of Hartselle, AL drove the Morgan Machine Special to his 12th win of the 2019 season on Saturday night at Moulton Speedway in Danville, AL. Riddle was able to net on a 49, gain one point, and bring his 14-week total to 695 points in the Week 24 race.

 
              With five weeks left in the 29-week season, and one more week for a Make-Up Feature possibility, Riddle needs five 50-point wins to reach the 700 point mark. Riddle still has a major challenge this season from the defending Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Champion Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN.

 
              Gillespie is second in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 691 points. Gillespie finished eighth on Saturday night at Moulton Speedway and failed to net on a 48. Gillespie still has a window of opportunity to win his second straight title, but it is beginning to close.

 
              Tracy Terrell of Russellville, AL is third in the standings with a best 14-week total of 652 points. Terrell finished fourth on Saturday night at Moulton Speedway to net on a 40. Blake Cross of Centerville, TN is fourth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman standings with 648 points. Cross finished third at Moulton Speedway on Saturday night to net on a 39.

 
              Chuckie Gipson of Tuscumbia, AL rounds out the top five in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings after Week 24 action with a best 14-week total of 647 points. Gipson finished ninth on Saturday night at Moulton Speedway and failed to net on a 43.

 
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.
In other Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division Week 24 action, Dakota Berry of Huntingdon, TN drove the 22 Auto Salvage Special to his first win of the season on Saturday night at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN. Michael Blakeney took his fifth win of the season on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL driving the Blakeney Racing Special.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/7/19:

 
1. 28 Luke Riddle – 695
2. 1g Oakley Gillespie – 691
3. 10 Tracy Terrell – 652
4. 99 Blake Cross – 648
5. 10 Chuckie Gipson – 647
6. 7 Joseph Champion – 643
7. 12 Ron Bailey – 633
7. 12 David Nichols – 633
9. 00 Billy Wilkins – 632
10. 99 Bobby Joe Hickman – 622
10. 11 Darren Jewell - 622

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 24 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, September 7:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Dakota Berry; 2. Ryan Sawyers; 3. Rex Berry; 4. Justin Ray; 5. Brent Smith; 6. Bryce Trull; 7. Bradley Qualls; 8. Steven Cochran; 9. Seth Blankenship; 10. Derrick Bawcum; 11. Clayton Groves.

 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 1. Michael Blakeney; 2. Greg Wilkins; 3. Justin Wakefield; 4. Paul Poe; 5. Joseph Champion; 6. Ryan Wilson; 7. Carlton Freeman; 8. Brian Ferguson; 9. Billy Wilkins; 10. Blake Swann; 11. Michael McCrelles; 12. Corey Pressley; 13. Matt Dunn; 14. Dewayne Littleton; 15. Barrick Saxton; 16. Sonja Newton.

 
MOULTON SPEEDWAY – DANVILLE, AL: 1. Luke Riddle; 2. Seth Johnston; 3. Blake Cross; 4. Tracy Terrell; 5. Ron Bailey; 6. Alan Lacy; 7. David Nichols; 8. Oakley Gillespie; 9. Chuckie Gipson; 10. John Smartt; 11. Darren Jewell; 12. Kevin McDowell DNS; 13.  Michael Butler DNS.

 

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN WEEK 24 PREVIEW


 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA - A light schedule of three Saturday night races make up the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 24 schedule of events for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division. Just three points separate the top two drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division point standings going into Week 24 competition with six weeks left in the 2019 season.

 
              Saturday night Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division Week 24 races are scheduled for Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, Moulton Speedway in Danville, AL, and Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL.

 
              Luke Riddle of Hartselle, AL is the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division point leader with a best 14-week total of 694 points. Riddle will be trying to net on a 49 in Week 24 action, which means he has to win a 50-point race to gain on his season total. 

 
              The defending Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Champion Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN is second in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 691 points. Gillespie will be trying to net on a 48 in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 24 competition, which means he has to finish first or second to gain any points.

 
              Just eight points separate third through fifth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division point standings. Chuckie Gipson of Tuscumbia, AL is third in the standings with a 14-week total of 647 points, and he will be trying to net on a 43. 

 
              Tracy Terrell of Russellville, AL is third in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 645 points, and he will be trying to net on a 40. Blake Cross of Centerville, TN rounds out the top five of the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division standings with a best 14-week total of 639 points, and he will be trying to net on a 39.

 
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN WEEK 24 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 7:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
MOULTON SPEEDWAY – DANVILLE, AL
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL
 

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 24 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – A light schedule of three Saturday night races make up the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 24 schedule of events for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division. Bryson Mitchell of Russellville, AL is closing in on a 700 point Perfect Season represented by 14 50-point wins with six weeks left in the 2019 season.

 
              Saturday night Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division Week 24 races are scheduled for Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, Moulton Speedway in Danville, AL, and Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL.

 
              Mitchell is the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National point leader with a best 14-week total of 697 points, just three points away from a Perfect Season. Mitchell will try to net on a 48, which means he has to finish first or second in Week 24 competition to gain any points on his season total.

 
              Just six points separate second through fifth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings going into Week 24 action. Cruz Wallace of Tuscumbia, AL is second with a best 14-week total of 672 points. Wallace will try to net on a 48. Donavan Henry of Muscle Shoals, AL is third with a best 14-week total of 669 points, and he will be trying to net on a 41.

 
              Blake Ray of Russellville, AL is fourth in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 668 points, and he will be trying to net on a 44. Doodle Lowe of Warrior, Al rounds out the top five of the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 666 points, and he will be trying to net on a 41.

 
              A driver to watch in Week 24 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division action is Ryan King of Anniston, AL. King is currently 13th in the National standings with 627 points, and he still has one more week to earn full points. A 50-point Week 24 win puts King right in the battle for the second spot in the points chase.

 
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 24 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 7:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
MOULTON SPEEDWAY – DANVILLE, AL
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL

 

DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 24 PREVIEW

 
             ADAIRSVILLE, GA - There are six Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division races on the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 24 schedule, all on Saturday night. There is still a tight battle underway for the National Championship with just 19 points separating the Top 5 drivers with six weeks to go in the 2019 season.

 
              Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Week 24 races this Saturday night are scheduled for Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, Duck River Raceway Park in Lewisburg, TN, Greenville Speedway in Greenville, MS, Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS, Moulton Speedway in Danville, AL, and Southern Raceway in Milton, FL.

 
              Mike Lane of Wing, AL is the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National point leader with a best 14-week total of 695 points. Layne is five points away from posting a 700-point Perfect Season represented by 14 50-point wins. Layne will be trying to net on a 48 in Week 24 competition, which means he needs to finish first or second to gain any points on his season total.

 
              Jason Baker of Addison, AL is second in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division standings with a best 14-week total of 691 points. Baker will be looking to net on a 47 to stay in the National Championship hunt. 

 
Hayden Moran of Covington, LA and Eddie Rhinehart of Lawrenceburg, TN are tied for the third spot in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 685 points. Moran will be trying to net on a 45, and Rhinehart will be trying to net on a 48 in Week 24 action.

 
              Jeremy Eaton of Wiggins, MS rounds out the top five in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 681 points. Eaton will try to net on a 45 to stay within striking distance of the National title.

 
              A driver to watch in Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Week 24 action is the defending Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock World Champion T.J. Herndon of Atwood, TN. Herndon is currently seventh in the National Standings with a best 14-week total of 677 points. Herndon will be trying to net on a 40, and a 50-point win could put him in contention for the National title.

 
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 24 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 7:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN
GREENVILLE SPEEDWAY – GREENVILLE, MS
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS
MOULTON SPEEDWAY – DANVILLE, AL
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 24 PREVIEW
                                                               
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – There are six Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division races on the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 24 schedule, all on Saturday night. There is still a tight battle underway for the $10,000 National Championship with just 22 points separating the Top 5 drivers with six weeks to go in the 2019 season.

 
              Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division Week 24 races this Saturday night are scheduled for Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, Duck River Raceway Park in Lewisburg, TN, Greenville Speedway in Greenville, MS, Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS, Moulton Speedway in Danville, AL, and Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL.

 
              Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS is the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National point leader with a best 14-week total of 694 points. Lee will be trying to net on a 48, which means he will have to finish first or second in Week 24 competition to gain on his season point total. Lee will enter Week 24 action with an eight-point lead.

 
              Sid Scarbrough of Florence, MS is second in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 286 points. Scarbrough will be trying to net on a 47, so a third-place finish or better gains him points. Braden Mitchell of Russellville, AL is third in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 680 points, and he will be trying to net on a 46.

 
              Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS is fourth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 678 points, and last year’s National Championship Runner-Up will be trying to net on a 45. Cole Cameron of Hattiesburg, MS rounds out the Top 5 in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 673 points, and he will be trying to net on a 44.

 
              A driver to watch in Week 24 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division action could be Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN. Johns is currently 12th in the National standings, but he still has one more week to earn full points. A good Week 24 finish could put the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series National Touring regular into the Top 10 of the Weekly Racing Series standings.

 
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy, with the National Champion pocketing $10,000.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Racing. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 24 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, September 7:
 
CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN
GREENVILLE SPEEDWAY – GREENVILLE, MS
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS
MOULTON SPEEDWAY – DANVILLE, AL
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL

 

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 23 ROUND UP


 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Week 23 of the 2019 Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series saw five Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman races on the schedule over three days. It all started on Friday night at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL when Chuckie Gipson of Tuscumbia, AL took the win in the Week 22 Make-Up Race driving the Service One Transport Special.

 
              Bradley Qualls of Pleasantville, TN picked up his eighth win of the season in the Week 1 Make-Up Race at Thunderhill Raceway in Summertown, TN on Friday night driving the Isabell Construction Special. 

 
Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman point leader Luke Riddle of Hartselle, AL drove the Morgan Machine Special to his 11th win of the season on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway. Chris Hickerson took the Saturday night win at Thunderhill Raceway, and Michael Blakeney topped a 21-car field to win on Sunday night at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, TN.
Luke Riddle leads the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division point standings with a best 14-week total of 694 points. Riddle was able to net on a 48 with his Week 23 win. Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN is second with a best 14-week total of 691 points. Gillespie was unable to net on a 48 after a pair of Week 23 third-place finishes.
With his win in the Week 22 Make-Up Race to net on a 42, and a fourth-place finish in the Week 23 race at North Alabama Speedway on Saturday night to net on a 42, moved Gipson up to the third spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings. Gipson now has a best 14-week total of 647 points.
Tracy Terrell of Russellville, AL is fourth in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 645 points. Terrell used a second-place finish on Friday night at North Alabama Speedway in the Week 22 Make-Up Race to net on a 25, and then finished sixth on Saturday night at NAS to net on a 39 to climb from seventh to fourth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings.
Blake Cross of Centerville, TN rounds out the Top 5 in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 639 points. Cross used an eighth-place finish in the Week 1 Make-Up Race on Friday night at Thunderhill Raceway to net on a 39.
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.

 
For more complete point standings, information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/1/19:

 
1. 28 Luke Riddle – 694
2. 1g Oakley Gillespie – 691
3. 10 Chuckie Gipson – 647
4. 10 Tracy Terrell – 645
5. 99 Blake Cross – 639
6. 12 David Nichols – 632
7. 12 Ron Bailey – 629
8. 00 Billy Wilkins – 628
9. 11 Darren Jewell – 622
9. 99 Bobby Joe Hickman Jr. - 622

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 23 RESULTS:

 
Friday, August 30:
 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL: (Week 22 Make-Up Race) 1. Chuckie Gipson; 2. Tracy Terrell; 3. Luke Riddle; 4. Ron Bailey; 5. David Nichols; 6. Darren Jewell; 7. Alan Lacy; 8. Chuck Gipson Sr.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN: (Week 1 Make-Up Race) 1. Bradley Qualls; 2. Chris Hickerson; 3. Oakley Gillespie; 4. Logan Phillips; 5. Seth Johnston; 6. Bobby Hickman Jr.; 7. Justin Ray; 8. Blake Cross.

 
Saturday, August 31:
 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL: 1. Luke Riddle; 2. Ron Bailey; 3. Oakley Gillespie; 4. Chuckie Gipson; 5. John Smartt; 6. Tracy Terrell; 7. David Nichols; 8. Tim Provost; 9. Alan Lacy; 10. Darren Jewell; 11. Matt Dunn; 12. Dwight Quillen DNS.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN: 1. Chris Hickerson; 2. Blake Cross; 3. Bobby Hickman Jr.; 4. Justin Ray; 5. Gannon Pritchard; 6. Seth Johnston; 7. Logan Phillips DNS.

 
Sunday, September 1:
 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 1. Michael Blakeney; 2. Luke Riddle; 3. Billy Wilkins; 4. Steve Pate; 5. Carlton Freeman; 6. Greg Wilkins; 7. Joseph Champion; 8. Corey Pressley; 9. Brian Ferguson; 10. Justin Ray; 11. Paul Poe; 12. Dustin Connor; 13. Dale Stephens; 14. Blake Swann; 15. Kevin Higgins; 16. Sonja Newton; 17. Josh Salisbury; 18. Ryan Wilson; 19. Lewis Quinn; 20. Craig Hurst; 21. Michael McCrelles.
 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 23 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division point leader Bryson Mitchell of Russellville, AL used two wins in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 23 competition to bring his season closer to a Perfect Season that has a best 14-week total of 700 points. Mitchell needs two more 50-point wins to pull it off.

 
              The point leader drove the Sparks Energy Rocket to a Week 22 Make-Up Race win on Friday night at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL to net on a 47, and Mitchell followed that up with the Week 23 Race win at NAS on Saturday night to net on a 48. 

 
Mitchell has a best 14-week total of 697 points, and in the last six weeks of the season, he has to net on a 48 and a 49 to reach 700 points. Several drivers still have a mathematical chance to win the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National Championship after Week 23 competition, but the coming weeks will bring the title hunt into better focus with Double Features/Make-Up Races coming into play.
Cruz Wallace of Tuscumbia, AL is second in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 672 points. Wallace finished fifth on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway to net on a 45.

 
              Donovan Henry is third in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 669 points. Henry finished third in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division Week 22 Make-Up Race on Friday night at North Alabama Speedway to net on a 41. Henry finished eighth at NAS on Saturday night to net on a 41. 

 
Blake Ray of Russellville, AL is fourth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 668 points. Ray finished sixth on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway to net on a 44 and earn one point.
Doodle Lowe of Warrior, AL raced his way into the Top 5 of the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National point standings in his last week to earn full points. Lowe went from 11th to fifth in the standings with a 50-point win on Saturday night at ECM Speedway in Arkadelphia, AL. Lowe now has a 14-week total of 666 points.

 
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.

 
In other Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division Week 23 action, Trey Rickman of Columbus, MS drove the Rickman Brothers Trucking Special to victory on Saturday night at Jackson Motor Speedway. Tyler Burgess of Olive Branch, MS topped a 35-car field on Sunday night at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS driving the Burgess Outdoor Power Rocket.
Colton Leyendecker of Holt, FL drove the CJL Construction Special to victory on Sunday night in the Week 11 Make-Up Race at Southern Raceway in Milton, FL. Ryan King of Anniston, AL won the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman race on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL driving the David King Automotive Special.
King’s engine was protested and impounded until Durrence Layne Racing Technical Director Thomas McReynolds could inspect it on Tuesday. McReynolds found the engine to be legal, and King was officially declared the winner. King could be a driver to watch in the coming weeks, as he is 13th in the National points with 627 points, and he has one more week to earn full points.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/1/19:

 
1. 46 Bryson Mitchell – 697
2. 14 Cruz Wallace – 672
3. 17m Donovan Henry – 669
4. 17 Blake Ray – 668
5. 0 Doodle Lowe – 666
6. 15 Austin Steele – 659
7. 35 Sherman Everette – 658
8. 11 Cole Brown – 650
9. 13 Wayne Tidwell – 646
10. 99 Tony Chaney - 642

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 23 RESULTS:

 
Friday, August 30:
 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL: 1. Bryson Mitchell; 2. Austin Steele; 3. Donovan Henry; 4. Cruz Wallace: 5. Silas Hamm; 6. Tony Chaney; 7. Morgen Lambert; 8. Blake Ray; 9. Doodle Lowe; 10. Heather Lowe; 11. Jake Graves; 12. Joey McKinney.

 
Saturday, August 31:
 
ECM SPEEDWAY – ARKADELPHIA, AL: 1. Doodle Lowe; 2. Sherman Everette; 3. Buddy George; 4. Brian Murray; 5. Cole Brown; 6. Jeremy Hollis; 7. Paul Allred; 8. Randy Fowler; 9. Bryden Williams; 10. Wayne Tidwell; 11. Heather Lowe; 12. Josh Stansell.

 
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS: 1. Trey Rickman; 2. Michael Santangelo; 3. Josh Thomas; 4. Bill Dunaway; 5. Zack Owens; 6. Dawson Simpson; 7. Aaron Fitzhugh; 8. Chase Williams; 9. Tyler Moak.

 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL: 1. Bryson Mitchell; 2. Russ Brasel; 3. Chris Bentley; 4. Silas Hamm; 5. Cruz Wallace; 6. Blake Ray; 7. Tony Chaney; 8. Donovan Henry; 9. Luke Buckley; 10. Gary Jones DNS.

 
Sunday, September 1:
 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS: 1. Tyler Burgess; 2. Jamie Pickard; 3. Kyle Shaw; 4. Tody Ratcliff; 5. Buddy George; 6. Bryson Mitchell; 7. Tony Shelton; 8. Rick Hasselle; 9. Russ Brasel; 10. Trey Rickman; 11. Brandon Carpenter; 12. Kirk Atkins; 13. Mike Pickard; 14. Colby Ponds; 15. Kurt Radojscics; 16. Roman Ponds; 17. Corey Pennington; 18. Eric Payne; 19. Chad McCool; 20. Michael Santangelo; 21. Brian Jones; 22. Brian Hollis; 23. Allen Simmons; 24. Morgen Lambert. DID NOT START: Chace Pennington, Phillip Gibson, Austin Steele, Johnny Faucett, Chance Inman, Chance Duckworth, Caleb Pickard, Dawson Simpson, Jeremy Reedwood, Sammy Barksdale, Chris Wood

 
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL: (Week 11 Make-Up Race) 1. Colton Leyendecker; 2. Micha McCall; 3. Dale Lucas; 4. Dewayne Morris; 5. Osman Jones; 6. Brent Cartwright; 7. Jason Messick; 8. Tucker Byrd.

 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 1. Ryan King; 2. Justin Angle; 3. Jared Gray; 4. Heather Lowe; 5. Chase Cotton; 6. Sherman Everette; 7. Randy Holder; 8. Doodle Lowe; 9. Jake Hollis; 10. Jarrett Miller; 11. Corey Elliott; 12. Chase Lindsey; 13. Jason Reed; 14. Todd McBurnett; 15. Tyler Hill; 16. Wayne Tindell; 17. Kevin Walls DNS; 18. Logan Stinchcom DNS; 19. Darren Grant DNS.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 23 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Mike Lane of Wing, AL took another big step towards the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Championship with two wins in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 23 competition. The two wins kept Lane on top of the Street Stock points chase with a best 14-week total of 695 points, five short of a 700-point Perfect Season.

 
Lane took the Week 23 win on Saturday night at Southern Raceway in Milton, FL driving the Lane Racing Special to net on a 46. Lane followed that up with a Week 11 Make-Up Race win at the Florida Panhandle track on Sunday night to net on a 48.
Jason Baker of Addison, AL is still in the title hunt, as he has a best 14-week total of 691 points. Baker netted on a 43 after a second-place finish on Saturday night at ECM Speedway in Arkadelphia, AL. Over the remaining six weeks of the 2019 season, the road to 700 points has Lane having to net on a 48, and three 49s. Baker is looking at trying to net on a 47, a 48, and four 49s to reach 700 points.
Hayden Moran of Covington, LA and Eddie Rhinehart of Lawrenceburg, TN are tied for the third spot in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division standings with a best 14-week total of 685 points. Moran took the Week 23 win on Saturday night at Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS driving the We Buy Junk Cars Special to net on a 45.
Rhinehart used his final week to earn full points to earn 39 points with a second-place finish in the Week 1 Make-Up Race at Thunderhill Raceway in Summertown, TN. Rhinehart then had a Week 23 third-place run on Sunday night at Duck River Raceway Park in Lewisburg, TN to net on the 39 he earned on Friday night. 
Both Moran and Rhinehart will need help with Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Double Feature/Make-Up Races over the next six weeks to have a chance to reach the 700-point Perfect Season mark.
Jeremy Eaton of Wiggins, MS rounds out the top five of the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division standings with a best 14-week total of 681 points. Eaton had a third-place finish on Friday night at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS to net on a 42, and then finished second on Sunday night at Southern Raceway to net on a 45.
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy.
In other Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Week 23 action, the 2018 National Champion Ricky Idom of Hattiesburg, MS drove the Tri-State Rock and Rails Special to victory on Friday night at Hattiesburg Speedway. 
Kash Wilson of Petal, MS took a 40-point win on Friday night in the Week 22 Make-Up Race at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL driving the B&K Contracting Special. T.J. Herndon of Atwood, TN took a 40-point win at Thunderhill Raceway on Friday night in the Week 1 Make-Up Race driving the Race Tek Race Cars Special.
Herndon came back on Saturday night to take a 50-point win at ECM Speedway, and David Earl Gentry of Murfreesboro, TN drove the WB Motorsports Special to a 40-point win on Saturday night at Thunderhill Raceway. Will Nolen of Pitkin, LA was the winner on Saturday night in the Week 6 Make-Up Race at Thunder Valley Speedway in Glenmora, LA driving the Nolen Logging Special.
Herndon showed why he’s the defending Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock World Champion, as he scored the Week 23 Hat Trick with his third win in as many nights with a Sunday night victory at Duck River Raceway Park in Lewisburg, TN. Herndon has climbed to the seventh spot in the National standings, and could be a driver to watch in the closing weeks of the season.
Lee Ray of Columbus, MS was the winner on Sunday night at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS driving the Glenn’s BBQ Special. Nolen took the Week 23 Race on Sunday night at Thunder Valley Speedway. 

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/1/19:

 
1. 8 Mike Lane – 695
2. 41 Jason Baker – 691
3. 41 Hayden Moran – 685
3. 93 Eddie Rhinehart – 685
5. KC2 Jeremy Eaton – 681
6. 22 Dylan Hamilton – 678
7. 1 T.J. Herndon – 677
8. 5 Jason Hollis – 671
9. 69 Calvin Cook – 652
10. 30 Noel Bailey - 640

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 23 RESULTS:

 
Friday, August 30:
 
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS: 1. Ricky Idom; 2. Hayden Moran; 3. Jeremy Eaton; 4. Landen Jackson; 5. Leslie Brown; 6. Chris Stegall; 7. Doug Taylor; 8. Richard Zeller; 9. Nathan Taylor; 10. Joey Kitrell; 11. Charlie Bush; 12. Roger Flynn; 13. Woody Hughes DNS; 14. Ricky McKenzie DNS.

 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL: (Week 22 Make-Up Race) 1. Kash Wilson; 2. Noel Bailey; 3. Eddie Riddle DNS.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN: (Week 1 Make-Up Race) 1. T.J. Herndon; 2. Eddie Rhinehart; 3. Trevor Woodard; 4. Craig Pedrick; 5. Will Burke; 6. Jimmy Woodard DNS.

 
Saturday, August 31:
 
ECM SPEEDWAY – ARKADELPHIA, AL: 1. T.J. Herndon; 2. Jason Baker; 3. Chad Winkles; 4. Sam Hughes; 5. Jeremy Isbell; 6. Noel Bailey; 7. Bobby Joe Robinson; 8. Randy Fowler; 9. Kash Wilson; 10. Seth Varden.

 
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS: 1. Hayden Moran; 2. Andrew Boleware; 3. Michael Sojourner; 4. A.C. Parker Jr.; 5. Lexi Grantham; 6. David Williamson; 7. Ryan Allday; 8. Alex Johnson DNS.

 
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL: 1. Mike Lane; 2. Dylan Hamilton; 3. Brian Hansford; 4. Austin Moye; 5. Roger Pack; 6. Joseph Nicholson; 7. Michael Porter; 8. Tommy Lowery; 9. Jim Jarvis DNS.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN: 1. David Earl Gentry; 2. Trevor Woodard; 3. Bubba Vandygriff; 4. Craig Pedrick.

 
THUNDER VALLEY SPEEDWAY – GLENMORA, LA: (Week 6 Make-Up Race) 1. Will Nolen; 2. Bobby Chandler; 3. Mickey Steele; 4. Derek Perkins; 5. Joe Rachel; 6. Chase Rasmussen; 7. Zachary Heflin; 8. Bryan Laird; 9. Jordan Vidrine; 10. Joshua Magee; 11. Blaine Perkins.

 
Sunday, September 1:
 
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN: 1. T.J. Herndon; 2. Chad Winkles; 3. Eddie Rhinehart; 4. Michael Kirby; 5. Keaton Downing; 6. Mark Haddon; 7. David Earl Gentry; 8. Will Burke; 9. Dwayne Waid; 10. Brian Hudson; 11. Gary Tucker; 12. Brent Steele; 13. Joe Hamm; 14. Krista Travis; 15. Trevor Woodard; 16. Logan Hudson; 17. Jansen Woodard; 18. Evan Wrinkle Jr.; 19. Dean Travis; 20. Blake Carter; 21. Bubba Vandygriff; 22 Craig Pedrick.

 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS: 1. Lee Ray; 2. Dewayne Estes; 3. Hayden Moran; 4. T.K. King; 5. Jamie Sudduth; 6. Jason Hollis; 7. Kash Wilson; 8. Joseph Hughes; 9. Clint Johnson; 10. Brad Wier; 11. Dustin Dupler; 12. Kevin Spears; 13. Calvin Cook; 14. Brandon Hardin; 15. Parker McWhirter; 16. Shane Hawkins; 17. Eddie Rickman DNS; 18. Jason Byrd DNS; 19. Andrew Boleware DNS; 20. Brodey Elfring DNS; 21. Nathan Stephens.

 
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL: (Week 11 Make-Up Race) 1. Mike Lane; 2. Jeremy Eaton; 3. John Cody; 4. Stuart Wilson; 5. Austin Moye; 6. Joseph Nicholson; 7. Gueston Rogers; 8. Shane Haynes; 9. Tyler Wolters; 10. Tommy Lowery; 11. Dylan Hamilton DNS.

 
THUNDER VALLEY SPEEDWAY – GLENMORA, LA: 1. Will Nolen; 2. Mickey Steele; 3. Derek Perkins; 4. Joe Rachel; 5. Bobby Chandler; 6. Derek Ganson; 7. Zachary Heflin; 8. Chris Barmore; 9. Brandon Roshong; 10. Scottie Benjamin; 11. Blaine Perkins.

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 23 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS sent a message to all Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division competitors in the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series that he is the man to beat for the $10,000 National Championship. The General drove the Billy Riels Racing Special to three wins in the Week 23 action.

 
              Lee leads the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National point standings with a best 14-week total of 694 points, six points away from a 700-point Perfect Season. Lee started off Week 23 competition with a win on Friday night at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS to net on a 47.

 
              The next stop for Lee was on Saturday night at Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS. Lee took his second win of the weekend in the Week 22 Make-Up Race to net on a 48. The third win was the Week 23 Race. Lee has one more 48 to net on, then it’s four 49s to get him to 700 points with six weeks left, not counting any further Double Feature or Make-Up Features, in the 2019 season.

 
              Sid Scarbrough of Florence, MS and Braden Mitchell of Russellville, AL started off Week 23 in a tie for the second spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National point standings. Scarbrough broke the tie with a pair of second-place finishes on Saturday night at Jackson Motor Speedway. Scarbrough netted on a 45 in the Week 22 Make-Up Race, and on a 47 in the Week 23 Race.

 
              Scarbrough now has a best 14-week total of 686 points. Mitchell did not compete in Week 23 Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series action and dropped to the third spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 680 points.

 
              Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS made the best of Week 23 and its plethora of Make-Up Features with a pair of wins over the weekend at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL. Russell won the Week 22 Make-Up Race at NAS on Friday night in the Steele’s Dive Special to net on a 41, and then won the Week 23 Race on Saturday night to net on a 44. 

 
Russell’s best 14-week total is now 678 points to move into the fourth spot of the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings. Cole Cameron of Hattiesburg, MS rounds out the top five in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 673 points. Cameron used a second-place finish on Friday night at Hattiesburg Speedway to net on a 43.
Drivers racing in Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series events compete for both a Track point fund and a National point fund. Drivers compete against drivers racing at Durrence Layne Racing sanctioned tracks across the country using a National points system over a 29-week season that concludes on October 13.
A driver’s best 14 weekly point totals count as their season total. Once a driver reaches 14 weeks of competition, they start trying to net points by replacing the lowest weekly total among their best 14 weekly totals with a higher one. A driver can only count their best point total each week as their total for that week.
The top ten drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National point standings will earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to receive a point fund check and a trophy, with the National Champion pocketing $10,000.
In other Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division Week 23 action, Mark Fields of Lawrenceburg, TN drove the Heritage Automotive Rocket to victory on Friday night in the Week 1 Make-Up Race at Thunderhill Raceway in Summertown, TN. Dusty Leonard of Marysville, KS was the winner on Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Wichita, KS in the Leonard Racing Rocket.
Tyler Wood of Hohenwald, TN took the win on Saturday night at Thunderhill Raceway in the Johns Farms Special. Chase Walls of Decherd, TN drove the Live Pure CVR to victory on Sunday night in Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division action at Duck River Raceway Park in Lewisburg, TN.
Justin McRee of Woodstock, AL was the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division winner on Sunday night at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS. Cruz Skinner was the winner on Sunday night at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL driving the Skinner’s Body Shop Special.

 
For complete point standings, more information and rules about the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division, visit the series web site at www.durrencelayneracing.com, or visit the series on Facebook at Durrence Layne Racing. You can follow us on Twitter @DurrenceLayneRacing.

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/1/19:

 
1. 47 Shannon Lee – 694
2. 33 Sid Scarbrough – 686
3. 64 Braden Mitchell – 680
4. 72 Steve Russell – 678
5. 26 Cole Cameron – 673
6. 20 Jason Jarrell – 670
7. S4 Seth McCormack – 660
8. 713 Ben Brocato – 657
9. 78 Matthew Brocato – 638
10. 27 Joey Pilgrim – 633

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 23 RESULTS:

 
Friday, August 30:
 
HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS: 1. Shannon Lee; 2. Cole Cameron; 3. Sid Scarbrough; 4. Jason Jarrell; 5. Joey Pilgrim; 6. Patrick Hankins; 7. Jim Churches; 8. Pace Cameron; 9. Kody Barber; 10. Noah Daspit DNS.

 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL: (Week 22 Make-Up Race) 1. Steve Russell; 2. Christian Hanger; 3. Ben Brocato; 4. Matthew Brocato; 5. Mitchell Holloway; 6. Seth McCormack; 7. Marcus Minga; 8. Mike Henn; 9. Travis Smith; 10. Matt Brazil; 11. Aaron Miller.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN: (Week 1 Make-Up Race) 1. Mark Fields; 2. Tyler Wood; 3. Oakley Johns; 4. Donald Johns; 5. Grayson Brewer; 6. Scott Spurgeon; 7. Brock Hall; 8. Justin Maxwell.

 
Saturday, August 31:
 
81 SPEEDWAY – WICHITA, KS: (Co-Sanctioned With NCRA) 1. Dusty Leonard; 2. Adam Schrag; 3. Travis Johnson; 4. Delbert Smith; 5. Chris Kratzer; 6. Justin Kinderknecht; 7. Damian Patocka; 8. Ross McCartney; 9. Daniel Smith; 10. Jimmy Seagraves; 11. Adam Popp; 12. A.J. Brochu; 13. Brandon Givens; 14. Tony Foster; 15. Dustin Bolster; 16. Gary Kilbourn; 17. Robert Shepard.

 
JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS: (Week 22 Make-Up Race) 1. Shannon Lee; 2. Sid Scarbrough; 3. Spencer Hughes; 4. Cliff Williams; 5. Chris McElhenney; 6. Bobby Jordan; 7. Rodney Bruce; 8. Hunter Watts; 9. Bill Dunaway; 10. Jason Jarrell; 11. Jason Henry. (Week 23 Race) 1. Spencer Hughes; 2. Sid Scarbrough; 3. Cliff Williams; 4. Shannon Lee; 5. Rodney Bruce; 6. Bobby Jordan; 7. Chris McElhenney; 8. Bill Dunaway; 9. Hunter Watts; 10. Jason Henry; 11. Jason Jarrell.

 
NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL: 1. Steve Russell; 2. Seth McCormack; 3. Chase Washington; 4. Jadon Frame; 5. Justin McRee; 6. Chase Walls; 7. Marcus Minga; 8. Ben Brocato; 9. Mark Fields; 10. Mitchell Holloway; 11. Matthew Brocato; 12. Mike Henn; 13. Jeremy Greenway; 14. Wayne Sutherland; 15. Travis Smith; 16. Aaron Miller; 17. Dan White; 18. Cruz Skinner; 19. Evan Ellis; 20. Jason Markewitz.

 
THUNDERHILL RACEWAY – SUMMERTOWN, TN: 1. Tyler Wood; 2. Oakley Johns; 3. Brad Skinner; 4. Grayson Brewer; 5. Ronnie Cooper; 6. Justin Maxwell; 7. Brock Hall; 8. Mark Dalton; 9. Steven Holcomb; 10. Donald Johns; 11. Charles Lynch.

 
Sunday, September 1:
 
DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN: 1. Chase Walls; 2. Brad Skinner; 3. Jadon Frame; 4. Tyler Wood; 5. Jesse Lowe; 6. Oakley Johns; 7. Dustin Harris; 8. Jeremy Holtzclaw; 9. Cameron Skinner; 10. Joe Denby; 11. Steven Holcomb; 12. David Jackson; 13. Rudder Harper; 14. Grayson Brewer; 15. Justin Maxwell; 16. Logan Brown; 17. Shannon Ardry; 18. Christian Hanger; 19. Randy Gifford.

 
MAGNOLIA MOTOR SPEEDWAY – COLUMBUS, MS: 1. Justin McRee; 2. Randall Beckwith; 3. Evan Ellis; 4. Steve Russell; 5. Cliff Ross; 6. Hunter Carroll; 7. Marcus Minga; 8. Matthew Brocato; 9. Mitchell Holloway; 10. Bobby Jordan; 11. Alan Brown; 12. Kenneth Montiel; 13. Mark Stokes; 14. Rodney Bruce; 15. Brandon Shaw; 16. Mike Henn; 17. Joey Maxwell; 18. Jim Churches; 19. Cole Burns; 20. Jimmy Anderson; 21. Jamie Elam.

 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 1. Cruz Skinner; 2. David Kay; 3. Dennis Collins; 4. Mike Combs; 5. Lee Burdett; 6. Austin Freeman; 7. Austin Aldridge; 8. Heath Carr; 9. Michael Isbell; 10. David Culver; 11. Red Farmer; 12. Lee Mason; 13. Cole Smart.

 

 

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NATIONAL TOURING SERIES:
Apr. 6                   Greenville Speedway, Greenville, MS                      $2,000 to Win
Apr. 7                   Greenville Speedway, Greenville, MS                      $2,500 to Win
 
Apr. 20                Camden Speedway, Camden, TN                               $2,000 to Win
Apr. 21                North Alabama Speedway, Tuscumbia, AL            $2,500 to Win
Apr. 27                Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL                   $2,000 to Win
Apr. 28                Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL                   $2,500 to Win

 
May 18                Oglethorpe Speedway Park, Pooler, GA                 $2,000 to Win
May 19                Cochran Motor Speedway, Cochran, GA               $4,000 to Win
May 25                Open                                                                               
May 26                Whynot Motorsports Park, Meridian, MS            $2,500-to-Win                   
May 27                Magnolia Motor Speedway, Columbus, MS           $2,000-to-Win
 
June 8                  Volunteer Speedway, Bulls Gap, TN                        $2,000 to Win
June 9                  411 Motor Speedway, Seymour, TN                         $4,000 to Win
                              7th Annual J.T. Kerr Memorial 40
June 30                Boyd's Speedway, Ringgold, GA                               $2,500 to Win
 
July 1                   Cochran Motor Speedway, Cochran, GA                $2,500 to Win
July 2                   Open/Available                                                             $2,500 to Win
July 3                   Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL                   $2,500 to Win
July 4                   Open                                                                               
July 27                 Smoky Mountain Speedway, Maryville, TN           $2,000 to Win
July 28                 Blue Ridge Motorsports Park, Blue Ridge, GA     $2,500 to Win
 
Aug. 3                  Volunteer Speedway, Bulls Gap, TN                         $2,000 to Win
Aug. 4                  411 Motor Speedway, Seymour, TN                         $2,500 to Win
Aug. 17                Open
Aug. 18                Open
 
Sep. 28                 North Alabama Speedway, Tuscumbia, AL            Qualifying & Heats
Sep. 29                 North Alabama Speedway, Tuscumbia, AL            $5,000 to Win
 
Oct. 5                   Smoky Mountain Speedway, Maryville, TN           $2,000 to Win
Oct. 6                   Smoky Mountain Speedway, Maryville, TN           $2,500 to Win
Oct. 12                 Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL                   $2,000 to Win
Oct. 13                 Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL                   $2,500 to Win
 
Nov. 2                  Southern Raceway, Milton, FL                                  Qualifying & Heats
Nov. 3                  Southern Raceway, Milton, FL - Southern 100     $10,000 to Win
Nov. 23                Magnolia Motor Speedway, Columbus, MS           Qualifying & Heats
Nov. 24                Magnolia Motor Speedway, Columbus, MS           $10K-To-Win PTGP
 
2019 DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET DIRT LATE MODEL SERIES NATIONAL TOURING SCHEDULE:
 
Apr. 5                  Greenville Speedway, Greenville, MS                     $2,000-To-Win
Apr. 6                  Greenville Speedway, Greenville, MS                     $2,500-To-Win
Apr. 12               Camden Speedway, Camden, TN                              $2,000-To-Win
Apr. 13               North Alabama Speedway, Tuscumbia, AL           $2,500-To-Win
Apr. 26               Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL                  $2,000-To-Win
Apr. 27               Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL                  $2,500-To-Win
May 3-4                             TBA
May 17-18         TBA
May 25               Whynot Motorsports Park, Meridian, MS                           $2,500-To-Win
May 26               Magnolia Motor Speedway, Columbus, MS          $2,000-To-Win

 
June 7-8             TBA
June 21-22         TBA
June 28               TBA
June 29               Smoky Mountain Speedway, Maryville, TN          $2,500-To-Win

 
July 3                  Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL                  $2,500-To-Win
July 4                  Cochran Motor Speedway, Cochran, GA               $2,000-To-Win
July 5                  Cochran Motor Speedway, Cochran, GA               $2,000-To-Win
July 6                  Cochran Motor Speedway, Cochran, GA               $2,500-To-Win
July 19-20          TBA
July 26-27          TBA

 
August 2-3         TBA
August 9-10       TBA
August 16           Smoky Mountain Speedway, Maryville, TN          $2,500-To-Win
August 17           TBA
August23-24      TBA
August 30-31     TBA

 
October 4           North Alabama Speedway, Tuscumbia, AL           $2,000-To-Win
October 5           North Alabama Speedway, Tuscumbia, AL           $5,000-To-Win
                             3rd Annual King of the Crates
October 11      

Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL                  $2,000-To-Win

October 12        Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL                  $2,500-To-Win
October 25        Southern Raceway, Milton, FL                                 $3,000-To-Win
October 26        Southern Raceway, Milton, FL                                 $7,000-To-Win

 
Nov. 8-9             TBA
Nov. 15-16         TBA
Nov. 28-30         Magnolia Motor Speedway, Columbus, MS          TBA
Annual Possum Town Grand Prix

 

2019  LUCAS LATE MODEL SERIES

February 1
Golden Isles Speedway
Super Bowl of Racing
Brunswick, GA
February 2
Golden Isles Speedway
Super Bowl of Racing
Brunswick, GA
February 4
East Bay Raceway Park
42nd Annual Winternationals
Tampa, FL
February 5
East Bay Raceway Park
42nd Annual Winternationals
Tampa, FL
February 6
East Bay Raceway Park
42nd Annual Winternationals
Tampa, FL
February 7
East Bay Raceway Park
42nd Annual Winternationals
Tampa, FL
February 8
East Bay Raceway Park
42nd Annual Winternationals
Tampa, FL
February 9
East Bay Raceway Park
42nd Annual Winternationals
Tampa, FL
February 10
Bubba Raceway Park
Winter Nationals
Ocala, FL
March 15
Atomic Speedway 
Buckeye Spring 50
Chillicothe, OH
March 16
Brownstown Speedway 
22nd Annual Indiana Icebreaker
Brownstown, IN
April 5
411 Motor Speedway
Tennessee's Action Track 50
Seymour, TN
April 6
North Georgia Speedway
Chatsworth, GA
April 12
Sharon Speedway
Steel Valley 50
Hartford, OH
April 13
Hagerstown Speedway 
38th Annual Stanley Schetrompf Classic
Hagerstown, MD
April 14
Port Royal Speedway
The Rumble by the River
Port Royal, PA
April 26
Tri-City Speedway 
Hoker Trucking Best in the Business 50
Granite City, IL
April 27
Macon Speedway
St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100
Macon, IL
May 3
Tazewell Speedway 
Toyota Knoxville 50
Tazewell, TN
May 4
Florence Speedway 
33rd Annual Ralph Latham Memorial
Union, KY
May 16
34 Raceway
Burlington, IA
May 17
Farley Speedway
Farley, IA
May 18
Deer Creek Speedway
NAPA North Star Nationals
Spring Valley, MN
May 23
Lucas Oil Speedway
6th Annual Cowboy Classic
Wheatland, MO
May 24
Lucas Oil Speedway
The Tribute to Don and Billie Gibson
Wheatland, MO
May 25
Lucas Oil Speedway
27th Annual Lucas Oil Show-Me 100
Wheatland, MO
May 30
Magnolia Motor Speedway
Clash at the Mag
Columbus, MS
May 31
Magnolia Motor Speedway
Clash at the Mag
Columbus, MS
June 1
Magnolia Motor Speedway
Clash at the Mag
Columbus, MS
June 13
Fayetteville Motor Speedway
Dunn Benson Ford Wayne Gray Sr. Memorial
Fayetteville, NC
June 14
Cherokee Speedway
21st Annual Grassy Smith Memorial
Gaffney, SC
June 15
Smoky Mountain Speedway
Mountain Moonshine Classic
Maryville, TN
July 3
Muskingum County Speedway
Zanesville, OH
July 4
Portsmouth Raceway Park 
Independence 50
Portsmouth, OH
July 5
Tyler County Speedway
Middlebourne, WV
July 6
Mansfield Motor Speedway
Freedom 50
Mansfield, OH
July 12
Tri-City Speedway 
NAPA Know How 50
Granite City, IL
July 13
Lucas Oil Speedway 
13th Annual Diamond Nationals
Wheatland, MO
July 16
Brown County Speedway
Bullet SportsWear Shootout
Aberdeen, SD
July 17
Jackson Motorplex
Jackson, MN
July 18
I-80 Speedway
Go 50
Greenwood, NE
July 19, 20
I-80 Speedway 
9th Annual Silver Dollar Nationals
Greenwood, NE
August 8
Florence Speedway
Sunoco North/South Shootout
Union, KY
August 9, 10
Florence Speedway
Sunoco North/South 100
Union, KY
August 15
Batesville Motor Speedway
27th Annual COMP Cams Topless 100
Batesville, AR
August 16
Batesville Motor Speedway
27th Annual COMP Cams Topless 100
Batesville, AR
August 17
Batesville Motor Speedway
27th Annual COMP Cams Topless 100
Batesville, AR
August 22
Mansfield Motor Speedway
Dirt Million Duels
Mansfield, OH
August 23
Mansfield Motor Speedway
Dirt Million Duels
Mansfield, OH
August 24
Mansfield Motor Speedway
Dirt Million
Mansfield, OH
August 30
Ponderosa Speedway
15th Annual John Bradshaw Memorial
Junction City, KY
August 31
Portsmouth Raceway Park 
Bob Miller Memorial presented by Pepsi
Portsmouth, OH
September 1
Tyler County Speedway 
51st Annual Hillbilly Hundred
Middlebourne, WV
September 12
Knoxville Raceway 
16th Annual Lucas Oil Late Model Nationals
Knoxville, IA
September 13
Knoxville Raceway 
16th Annual Lucas Oil Late Model Nationals
Knoxville, IA
September 14
Knoxville Raceway 
16th Annual Lucas Oil Late Model Nationals
Knoxville, IA
September 20
Kokomo Speedway
Late Model Shootout
Kokomo, IN
September 21
Brownstown Speedway 
40th Annual Jackson 100
Brownstown, IN
October 4
Raceway 7
Great Lakes 50
Monroe Center, OH
October 5
Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway
31st Annual Pittsburgher 100
Imperial, PA
October 12
Dixie Speedway 
Lucas Oil Dixie Shootout
Woodstock, GA
October 13
Rome Speedway
Lucas Oil Rome Showdown
Rome, GA
October 18, 19
Portsmouth Raceway Park 
39th Annual Dirt Track World Championship
Portsmouth, OH

 

 

2019 ULTIMATE Deep South Super Late Model Series Schedule

April 13 – ECM Speedway – Bremen, Ala.

April 20 – Virginia Motor Speedway – Jamaica, Va.

April 27 – 82 Speedway – Petty, Texas

May 4 – Columbus Speedway – Columbus, Miss.

May 24-25 – 105 Speedway – Cleveland, Texas

June 15 – Virginia Motor Speedway – Jamaica, Va.

June 21-22 – Cotton Bowl Speedway – Paige, Texas

July 27 – 82 Speedway – Petty, Texas

Aug. 9-10 – TBA – TBA

Aug. 17 – Richmond Raceway – Richmond, Ky.

Aug. 23 – Columbus Speedway – Columbus, Miss.

Sept. 20-21 – Chatham Speedway – Chatham, La.

Sept. 27-28 – TBA – TBA

Oct. 24-26 – 105 Speedway – Cleveland, Texas

Deep South Ultimate Super Late Model Series 2019 Schedule (Working)
 

 
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