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Over Half a Million Dollars Up For Grabs at I-80 Speedway

 

Batavia, OH (July 20, 2021) – Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series teams are headed to I-80 Speedway for the chance at over half a million dollars in purse money over the next five days. 


 

The Al Belt Custom Homes I-80 Nationals will start the week off with two $7,000-to-win shows on Tuesday, July 20th and Wednesday, July 21st followed up with the $30,000-to-win A-Main on Thursday, July 22nd. Teams will regroup for dual heat races on Friday that will set the lineups for the $53,000-to-win Silver Dollar Nationals on Saturday, July 24th.


 

The Al Belt Custom Homes I-80 Nationals kicks off with two, 30 lap, $7,000-to-win preliminary events, one on Tuesday, July 20th, the other on Wednesday, July 21st. Tuesday and Wednesday’s shows will set the stage for Thursday’s event with the top 18 locked in, using their best points night to determine lineups. Thursday, July 22nd will be the 53 lap, $30,000-to-win, $2,000-to-start, I-80 Nationals finale. The Lyle’s Tire and Wheels Last Dance non-qualifier will pay $2,000-to-win and $530 to start on Thursday.


 

Bragging Rights Late Models will also be in competition on Tuesday and Wednesday, while the Stock Cars will be joining the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series on Thursday. The Speedway Motors Museum will be open and free to anyone on Thursday with an I-80 Nationals / Silver Dollar Nationals ticket. For more information on the Speedway Motors Museum visit: www.museumofamericanspeed.com


 

The focus then shifts to the Silver Dollar Nationals with action continuing on Friday, July 23rd, with dual heat races. The heats will award passing points to drivers, which will line up Saturday’s A-Main and B-Mains. The top 18 in passing points will be locked into Saturday’s show, with everyone else going to a B-Main. Each heat race will also pay the top 3 finishers $250, $150, and $100 respectively. Saturday’s 80 lap Silver Dollar Nationals will pay $53,000-to-win, $5,300 to start. Once again, there will be a non-qualifiers race, the S&S Showdown, which will pay $5,300 to the winner, $1,000 to start. 


 

In addition to the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, the Modified division will also be racing on Friday and Saturday with Hot Laps, Heats, B-Mains, and an A-Main each night. While waiting for racing action to begin on Saturday, test your skills in a Cornhole Tournament at 1:00 PM CT.


 

The Pit Gate and Will Call will open at 12:00 PM CT (noon) each day. The General Admission gates will open at 4:00 PM CT Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, while on Saturday it will open at 12:30 PM CT. The Drivers Meeting will take place at 6:30 PM CT each day, with Hot Laps and the live broadcast on MAVTV Plus beginning at 7:00 PM CT.


 

Championship points for the series will be awarded for Thursday’s Al Belt Custom Homes I-80 Nationals and Saturday’s Silver Dollar Nationals. Tim McCreadie continues to sport the Midwest Sheet Metal orange spoiler, leading the Championship Point Standings. Jonathan Davenport cut down McCreadie’s lead with a win at the Diamond Nationals on Saturday at Lucas Oil Speedway. Davenport sits 70 points out of the lead, with Hudson O’Neal in third, 125 points behind Davenport. Kyle Bronson and Josh Richards round out the top five in Championship Point Standings. 


 

For tickets or more information, call: (402) 342-2453 or visit: www.i-80speedway.com


 

Al Belt Custom Homes I-80 Nationals Past Winner: 

2020 - Tim McCreadie


 

Silver Dollar Nationals Past Winners: 

2020 - Brandon Sheppard

2019 - Bobby Pierce

2018 - Jonathan Davenport

2017 - Tim McCreadie

2016 - Jonathan Davenport

2015 - Scott Bloomquist

2014 - Scott Bloomquist

2013 - Jimmy Owens

2012 - Brian Birkhofer

2011 - Don O’Neal

 

I-80 Speedway Information:

Phone Number: 402-342-3453

Location: 13909 238th St Greenwood, NE 68366

 

Event Purses:

Tuesday, July 20th

A-Main Purse (30 laps): 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 = $28,230


 

Wednesday, July 21st

A-Main Purse (30 laps): 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 = $28,230


 

Thursday, July 22nd

Lyles Tire & Wheels Last Dance Non-Qualifier Event Purse (20 laps): 1. $2,000, 2. $1,800, 3. $1,700,

4. $1,600, 5. $1,500, 6. $1,400, 7. $1,300, 8. $1,200, 9. $1,100, 10. $1,050, 11. $1,000, 12. $950, 13. $900, 14. $750, 15. $650, 16. $620, 17. $600, 18. $590, 19. $580, 20. $570, 21. $560, 22. $550, 23. $540, 24. $530 = $24,040

 

Al Belt Custom Homes I-80 Nationals A-Main Purse (53 laps): 1. $30,000, 2. $18,000, 3. $10,000, 4. $7,000, 5. $6,000, 6. $5,000, 7. $4,500, 8. $4,000, 9. $3,900, 10. $3,800, 11. $3,700, 12. $3,600, 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. $2,400, 25. $2,300, 26. $2,200, 27. $2,100, 28. $2,000 = $143,500

 

Friday, July 23rd

Hoker Trucking and Strobel Manufacturing Heat Race Purses: 1. $250, 2. $150, 3. $100 = $500 x 10 heats = $5,000 


 

Saturday, July 24th

S&S Showdown Non-Qualifier Event Purse (20 laps): 1. $5,300, 2. $2,800, 3. $2,600, 4. $2,000, 5. $1,700, 6. $1,400, 7. $1,200, 8. $1,175, 9. $1,150, 10. $1,125, 11. $1,100, 12. $1,090, 13. $1,080, 14. $1,070, 15. $1,060, 16. $1,050, 17. $1,040, 18. $1,030, 19. $1,020, 20. $1,010, 21. $1,000, 22. $1,000, 23. $1,000, 24. $1,000 = $35,000


 

Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals A-Main Purse (80 laps): 1. $53,000, 2. $20,000, 3. $14,000, 4. $12,000, 5. $10,000, 6. $7,500, 7. $7,000, 8. $6,900, 9. $6,750, 10. $6,600, 11. $6,500, 12. $6,400, 13. $6,300, 14. $6,200, 15. $6,100, 16. $6,000, 17. $5,950, 18. $5,900, 19. $5,850, 20. $5,800, 21. $5,750, 22. $5,700, 23. $5,650, 24. $5,600, 25. $5,550, 26. $5,500, 27. $5,450, 28. $5,400, 29. $5,350, 30. $5,300 = $260,000


 

Tire Rules:

Tuesday, July 20th – Wednesday, July 21st:

Left Front - Hoosier Rib (28.5) 1350 / Hoosier (90) LM 20 / Hoosier (90) WRS2

Right Front – Hoosier (90) WRS2

Left Rear – Hoosier (90) WRS2

Right Rear – Hoosier (92) WRS2

*Can cut and/or sipe any Left Front

*No cut, sipe and/or needling of Hoosier WRS2 (Rears or Right Fronts)

*Must use the same set of 4 tires for Time Trials, Heat Races, and B-Mains.

*For the A-Main, competitors may use 2 new rear tires.

*Flat tire must be replaced with a used tire of the same compound and construction to retain starting position.


 

Thursday, July 22nd:

Left Front - Hoosier Rib (28.5) 1350 / Hoosier (90) LM 20 / Hoosier (90) WRS2

Right Front – Hoosier (90) WRS2

Left Rear – Hoosier (90) WRS2

Right Rear – Hoosier (92) WRS2

*Can cut and/or sipe any Left Front

*No cut, sipe and/or needling of Hoosier WRS2 (Rears or Right Fronts)

*For the B-Mains, competitors may use 4 new tires.

*For the Non-Qualifiers Race, competitors must use the same 4 tires from the B-Mains.

*For the Feature, competitors may use 4 new tires.

*Flat tire must be replaced with a used tire of the same compound and construction to retain starting position.


 

Friday, July 23rd:

Left Front - Hoosier Rib (28.5) 1350 / Hoosier (90) LM 20 / Hoosier (90) WRS2

Right Front – Hoosier (90) WRS2

Left Rear – Hoosier (90) WRS2

Right Rear – Hoosier (92) WRS2

*Can cut and/or sipe any Left Front

*No cut, sipe and/or needling of Hoosier WRS2 (Rears or Right Fronts)

*Must use the same set of 4 tires for both Heat Races.

*Flat tire must be replaced with a used tire of the same compound and construction to retain starting position.


 

Saturday, July 24th:

Left Front - Hoosier Rib (28.5) 1350 / Hoosier (90) LM 20 / Hoosier (90) WRS2

Right Front – Hoosier (90) WRS2

Left Rear – Hoosier (90) WRS2

Right Rear – Hoosier (92) WRS2

*Can cut and/or sipe any Left Front

*No cut, sipe and/or needling of Hoosier WRS2 (Rears or Right Fronts)

*For the B-Mains, competitors may use 4 new tires.

*For the Non-Qualifiers Race, competitors must use the same 4 tires from the B-Mains.

*For the Feature, competitors may use 4 new tires.

*Flat tire must be replaced with a used tire of the same compound and construction to retain starting position.

 

 

Big Moves in Brandon Ford TV Race Challenge Points

Batavia, OH (July 15, 2021) - After 14 Brandon Ford TV Races, the points battle is heating up. The Brandon Ford TV Race Challenge will award points to drivers at the televised events broadcast on Network TV within the series schedule in 2021. The winner of the Brandon Ford TV Race Challenge will receive a $10,000 cash award, while second and third will receive $3,000 and $2,000 respectively at the year-end awards banquet.


 

There have been several movers and shakers within the Brandon Ford TV Challenge Point category. Tim McCreadie, Josh Richards, and Mike Marlar are three drivers that have continued to move up the ladder since Speedweeks until now. Hudson O’Neal has remained in one of the top two spots, while Kyle Bronson moved from fifth into fourth after the Clash at the Mag weekend at Magnolia Motor Speedway. 


 

McCreadie has not finished outside of the top ten in a TV Challenge race or series points race since Speedweeks, so it is no surprise that he sits on top of both categories. Other than a 15th place finish on Friday at the Clash at the Mag, Richards hasn’t finished outside of the top five in a TV Challenge race since Speedweeks.


 

Competition continues in the Brandon Ford TV Challenge during the remainder of July during races in Granite City, IL (Tri-City Speedway), Wheatland, MO (Lucas Oil Speedway), and Greenwood, NE (I-80 Speedway) for nearly $650,000 in purse money on the line over the next two weeks.


 

This year’s NAPA Know How 50 on Friday, July 16th will be taped for broadcast on MAVTV Motorsports Network, CBS Sports Network, and NBCSN, later in the year. Saturday, July 17th’s 15th Annual CMH Diamond Nationals will be taped for broadcast on MAVTV Motorsports Network, CBS, CBS Sports Network, and NBCSN, later in the year. Both nights will be live on MAVTV Plus streaming service.


 

Teams will be back at it for five nights of racing at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, NE. Tuesday, July 20th and Wednesday, July 21st will be a pair of $7,000-to-win shows to line up for Thursday’s $30,000-to-win Al Belt Custom Homes I-80 Nationals. On Friday, July 23rd, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series teams will compete in two rounds of heat races to line up for Saturday’s $53,000-to-win Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals.


 

Tuesday, July 20th through Friday, July 23rd will be taped for a delayed broadcast on MAVTV Motorsports Network. Saturday’s show is not only taped for delayed broadcast on MAVTV Motorsports Network, but also for CBS Sports Network and NBCSN. All five nights of racing from I-80 Speedway will also be live on MAVTV Plus streaming service.


 

With 18 Network TV races remaining, Tim McCreadie leads over Hudson O’Neal, while Josh Richards, Kyle Bronson, and Mike Marlar round out the top five in the Brandon Ford TV Race Challenge standings. For a complete list of standings visit: https://lucasdirt.com/points/2021-points


 

Brandon Ford, the World's Largest Volume Ford Dealer, provides the Official Pace Truck of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. In 2021, Brandon Ford expanded their partnership of the premier national tour to include support of the TV Race Challenge.


 

The talent of the nation’s top dirt late model drivers will be put on display along the way, not only at each venue during the live streams on MAVTV Plus, but also during the 32 broadcast events on the MAVTV Motorsports Network, 14 events on CBS Sports Network, 5 events on CBS, and 12 events on the NBC Sports Network.


 

Brandon Ford, located in Tampa, FL, has won Ford's prestigious President's Award 17 years in a row, saluting the top-performing Ford and Lincoln dealerships that pursue excellence in the highest levels of customer satisfaction in both sales and service. Brandon Ford has one of the largest inventories of new and pre-owned vehicles in the nation. To learn more about Brandon Ford or if you are interested in purchasing a vehicle, visit: www.brandonford.com.

Forecast for Heavy Rain Postpones NAPA Know How 50 at Tri-City

Granite City, IL (July 15, 2021) - The forecasted heavy rains and severe thunderstorms on Thursday evening, continuing into Friday have forced the postponement of the NAPA Know How 50 at Tri-City Speedway. Track and Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series officials are exploring a possible make-up date.

 

The 15th Annual CMH Diamond Nationals at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, MO is still on as scheduled. Teams will be gunning for a $15,000 top prize along with the esteemed Diamond Ring. Along with a full program for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series/Lucas Oil MLRA, the USRA Mods and USRA Stock Cars are also on hand.


 

Hot Laps begin at 6:30 PM followed by Allstar Performance Time Trials, Heats, B-Mains, and a 50 lap A-Main. The Pit Gates will remain open all day, closed and cleared at 3:30 PM, re-opened at 4:00 PM. The General Admission Gate will also open at 4:00 PM. For more information or advance ticket purchases, visit www.lucasoilspeedway.com

 

Track Information:

Lucas Oil Speedway

Phone Number: 417-282-5984

Location: 700 E Hwy 54, Wheatland, MO 65779

Directions: 0.2 mile south of US 54 on SR 83, then east

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series July 17 Tire Rule:

Left Rear/Fronts - Hoosier (90) LM20

Right Rear - Hoosier (92) LM40

*Must use the same set of 4 tires for Time Trials, Heat Races, and B-Mains.

*For the A-Main, competitors may use 2 new rear tires.

*Flat tire must be replaced with a used tire of the same compound and construction to retain starting position.


 

Event Purse:

Lucas Oil Speedway: 1. $15,000, 2. $6,500, 3. $3,500, 4. $3,000, 5. $2,500, 6. $2,400, 7. $2,300, 8. $2,200, 9. $2,100, 10. $2,000, 11. $1,600, 12. $1,400, 13. $1,300, 14. $1,200, 15. $1,050, 16. $1,000, 17. $1,000, 18. $1,000, 19. $1,000, 20. $1,000, 21. $1,000, 22. $1,000, 23. $1,000, 24. $1,000. = $57,050

 

34 Raceway Falls Victim to Heavy Rains, Tri-City and Lucas Oil Speedway on As Scheduled

Batavia, OH (July 14, 2021) – Tomorrow’s July 15th event at 34 Raceway has been canceled. An afternoon thunderstorm on an already heavily saturated facility has left the racing surface too wet for competition. The event will not be made up, but the remainder of the weekend is still on schedule at Tri-City Speedway and Lucas Oil Speedway.


 

Friday, July 16th teams will travel to Granite City, IL for the NAPA Know How 50 at Tri-City Speedway. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will have a complete program of: Allstar Performance Time Trials, Heats, B-Mains, and 50 lap A-Main paying $12,000-to-win.


 

The Modified and B-Mod classes will be joining the program which kicks off with Hot Laps at 6:30 PM. The Pit Gates will open at 12:00 PM (noon) and General Admission Gates open at 5:00 PM. For more information visit www.tricityspeedway.net


 

As the final event of the weekend, the 15th Annual CMH Diamond Nationals at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, MO will have teams gunning for a $15,000 top prize along with the esteemed Diamond Ring. Along with a full program for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series/Lucas Oil MLRA, the USRA Mods and USRA Stock Cars are also on hand. 


 

Hot Laps begin at 6:30 PM followed by Allstar Performance Time Trials, Heats, B-Mains, and a 50 lap A-Main. The Pit Gates will remain open all day, closed and cleared at 3:30 PM, re-opened at 4:00 PM. The General Admission Gate will also open at 4:00 PM. For more information or advance ticket purchases, visit www.lucasoilspeedway.com


 

Tim McCreadie leads the Lucas Oil championship standings heading into the weekend. Jonathan Davenport sits in second, with Hudson O’Neal in third, and Kyle Bronson fourth. The points battle is tremendously close in positions five through ten, with only 95 points separating Josh Richards, Tyler Erb, Ricky Thornton Jr, Shane Clanton, Mike Marlar, and Jimmy Owens.


 

Track Information:

Tri-City Speedway

Phone Number: 618-931-7836

Location: 5100 Nameoki Road, Granite City, IL 62040

Directions: I-270 to exit 4, then 0.5 mile south on SR 203


 

Lucas Oil Speedway

Phone Number: 417-282-5984

Location: 700 E Hwy 54, Wheatland, MO 65779

Directions: 0.2 mile south of US 54 on SR 83, then east


 

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series July 16-17 Tire Rule:

Left Rear/Fronts - Hoosier (90) LM20

Right Rear - Hoosier (92) LM40

*Must use the same set of 4 tires for Time Trials, Heat Races, and B-Mains.

*For the A-Main, competitors may use 2 new rear tires.

*Flat tire must be replaced with a used tire of the same compound and construction to retain starting position.


 

Event Purses:

Tri-City Speedway: 1. $12,000, 2. $6,000, 3. $3,500, 4. $2,800, 5. $2,500, 6. $2,300, 7. $2,200, 8. $2,100, 9. $2,050, 10. $2,000, 11. $1,600, 12. $1,400, 13. $1,200, 14. $1,100, 15. $1,050, 16. $1,000, 17. $1,000, 18. $1,000, 19. $1,000, 20. $1,000, 21. $1,000, 22. $1,000, 23. $1,000, 24. $1,000. = $52,800


 

Lucas Oil Speedway: 1. $15,000, 2. $6,500, 3. $3,500, 4. $3,000, 5. $2,500, 6. $2,400, 7. $2,300, 8. $2,200, 9. $2,100, 10. $2,000, 11. $1,600, 12. $1,400, 13. $1,300, 14. $1,200, 15. $1,050, 16. $1,000, 17. $1,000, 18. $1,000, 19. $1,000, 20. $1,000, 21. $1,000, 22. $1,000, 23. $1,000, 24. $1,000. = $57,050

 

Three Days, Three States, Three Big Events this Weekend

Batavia, OH (July 13, 2021) - The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series heads to the Midwest with a trio of races in three different states this weekend; Iowa, Illinois, and Missouri.


 

The series returns to West Burlington, Iowa after a challenging 2020 forced several cancellations and a previously scheduled 2021 event was postponed due to weather. The $15,000-to-win CRST, The Transportation Solution 50 at 34 Raceway will feature a complete program of: Allstar Performance Time Trials, Heat Races, B-Mains, and a 50-lap, $15,000-to-win main event. 


 

The Stock Cars and Sport Mods will serve as support divisions at 34 Raceway. The pit gate will open at 3:00 PM, with general admission gates opening at 5:00 PM. A drivers meeting will take place at 6:00 PM followed by hot laps at 6:30 PM. For more information about 34 Raceway, visit: www.34Raceway.com


 

The second stop in the triple header weekend takes teams to Granite City, IL for the NAPA Know How 50 at Tri-City Speedway. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will have a complete program of: Allstar Performance Time Trials, Heats, B-Mains, and 50 lap A-Main paying $12,000-to-win.


 

The Modified and B-Mod classes will be joining the program which kicks off with Hot Laps at 6:30 PM. The Pit Gates will open at 12:00 PM (noon) and General Admission Gates open at 5:00 PM. For more information visit www.tricityspeedway.net


 

As the final event of the weekend, the 15th Annual CMH Diamond Nationals at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, MO will have teams gunning for a $15,000 top prize along with the esteemed Diamond Ring. Along with a full program for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series/Lucas Oil MLRA, the USRA Mods and USRA Stock Cars are also on hand. 


 

Hot Laps begin at 6:30 PM followed by Allstar Performance Time Trials, Heats, B-Mains, and a 50 lap A-Main. The Pit Gates will remain open all day, closed and cleared at 3:30 PM, re-opened at 4:00 PM. The General Admission Gate will also open at 4:00 PM. For more information or advance ticket purchases, visit www.lucasoilspeedway.com


 

Tim McCreadie leads the Lucas Oil championship standings heading into the weekend. Jonathan Davenport sits in second, with Hudson O’Neal in third, and Kyle Bronson fourth. The points battle is tremendously close in positions five through ten, with only 95 points separating Josh Richards, Tyler Erb, Ricky Thornton Jr, Shane Clanton, Mike Marlar, and Jimmy Owens.


 

Track Information:

34 Raceway

Phone Number: 319-752-3434

Location: 10463 S Prairie Grove Rd. West Burlington, IA 52655

Directions: Located about 6 miles west of Burlington, just North of Hwy. 34


 

Tri-City Speedway

Phone Number: 618-931-7836

Location: 5100 Nameoki Road, Granite City, IL 62040

Directions: I-270 to exit 4, then 0.5 mile south on SR 203


 

Lucas Oil Speedway

Phone Number: 417-282-5984

Location: 700 E Hwy 54, Wheatland, MO 65779

Directions: 0.2 mile south of US 54 on SR 83, then east


 

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series July 15-17 Tire Rule:

Left Rear/Fronts - Hoosier (90) LM20

Right Rear - Hoosier (92) LM40

*Must use the same set of 4 tires for Time Trials, Heat Races, and B-Mains.

*For the A-Main, competitors may use 2 new rear tires.

*Flat tire must be replaced with a used tire of the same compound and construction to retain starting position.


 

Event Purses:

34 Raceway: 1. $15,000, 2. $6,500, 3. $3,500, 4. $3,000, 5. $2,500, 6. $2,400, 7. $2,300, 8. $2,200, 9. $2,100, 10. $2,000, 11. $1,600, 12. $1,400, 13. $1,300, 14. $1,200, 15. $1,050, 16. $1,000, 17. $1,000, 18. $1,000, 19. $1,000, 20. $1,000, 21. $1,000, 22. $1,000, 23. $1,000, 24. $1,000. = $57,050


 

Tri-City Speedway: 1. $12,000, 2. $6,000, 3. $3,500, 4. $2,800, 5. $2,500, 6. $2,300, 7. $2,200, 8. $2,100, 9. $2,050, 10. $2,000, 11. $1,600, 12. $1,400, 13. $1,200, 14. $1,100, 15. $1,050, 16. $1,000, 17. $1,000, 18. $1,000, 19. $1,000, 20. $1,000, 21. $1,000, 22. $1,000, 23. $1,000, 24. $1,000. = $52,800


 

Lucas Oil Speedway: 1. $15,000, 2. $6,500, 3. $3,500, 4. $3,000, 5. $2,500, 6. $2,400, 7. $2,300, 8. $2,200, 9. $2,100, 10. $2,000, 11. $1,600, 12. $1,400, 13. $1,300, 14. $1,200, 15. $1,050, 16. $1,000, 17. $1,000, 18. $1,000, 19. $1,000, 20. $1,000, 21. $1,000, 22. $1,000, 23. $1,000, 24. $1,000. = $57,050

 

 

Smoky Mountain Postponement Date AnnouncedBatavia, OH (July 12, 2021) - The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and Smoky Mountain Speedway officials have found a suitable makeup date for the $20,000-to-win Mountain Moonshine Classic that was postponed after heavy rains continued throughout the evening on Saturday, July 10th.

 The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will make a return visit to Smoky Mountain Speedway on Friday, October 8th, before visits to The Red Clay at Woodstock – Historic Dixie Speedway and Rome Speedway. A complete show of hot laps, qualifying, heats, and B-Mains will be topped off by a 60 lap A-Main paying $20,000 to win.


General admission tickets and pit passes purchased for the July 10th event will be honored on the make-up date or at any other event remaining on the 2021 schedule at Smoky Mountain Speedway.


 

New racing entries will be accepted on the day of the event. General admission, pit admission, and tier parking ticket sales will be available online for advance purchase or on site the day of the event. For more information visit: www.smokymountainspeedway.com 

 

Track and Event Information:

Smoky Mountain Speedway

Phone Number: 865-856-8989

Location: 809 Brickmill Road, Maryville, TN 37801

Directions: 4.5 miles southwest of US 129 on US411, then 1.6 miles south on Brick Mill Road.

 

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Tire Rule for Smoky Mountain:

Left Rear/Fronts - Hoosier Rib (28.5) 1350

Right Rear - Hoosier (29.0) 1350 NRM, (29.0) 1350 NRMW, (29.0) White Dot 1600 NRM, (29.0) 1600

NRMW

*Must use the same set of 4 tires for Time Trials, Heat Races, and B-Mains.

*For the A-Main, competitors may use 3 new tires.

*Flat tire must be replaced with a used tire of the same compound and construction to retain starting position.

 

Event Purse:

Mountain Moonshine Classic (60 laps) - 1. $20,000, 2. $9,000, 3. $5,000, 4. $4,000, 5. $3,500, 6. $2,700, 7. $2,500, 8. $2,300, 9. $2,200, 10. $2,100, 11. $2,000, 12. $1,900, 13. $1,800, 14. $1,700, 15. $1,600, 16. $1,400, 17. $1,300, 18. $1,200, 19. $1,200, 20. $1,200, 21. $1,200, 22. $1,200, 23. $1,200, 24. $1,200. = $73,400

 

 

Hurricane Elsa Forces Cherokee Cancellation

Batavia, OH (July 7, 2021) - Due to the forecasted weather and current trajectory of Hurricane Elsa, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series staff and Cherokee Speedway officials have agreed upon the cancellation of Thursday’s 23rd Annual Grassy Smith Memorial. The series looks forward to a return visit in 2022. 


 

The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will be in action Friday, July 9th and Saturday, July 10th for the Mountain Moonshine Classic. Teams will have an opportunity to leave Maryville, Tennessee even richer than in years past, with a 40 lap A-Main paying $12,000-to-win on Friday and 60 lap A-Main on Saturday for $20,000-to-win. 

 

On Friday, the pit and general admission gates will open at 12:00 PM (noon). A driver’s meeting is scheduled for 7:00 PM with hot laps to follow at 7:30 PM. The 604 Late Models and Sportsman Late Models will serve as support divisions at Smoky Mountain Speedway.

 

On Saturday, the pit and general admission gates will open at 12:00pm (noon). The Dirt Racing Outreach will hold a service at 3:00 PM, an autograph session is also scheduled 4:30 PM - 5:15 PM. A driver’s meeting is scheduled for 7:00pm with hot laps to follow at 7:30pm. The 604 Late Models and Red Clay 602 Late Models will serve as support divisions at Smoky Mountain Speedway.

 

Tim McCreadie leads the Lucas Oil championship standings heading into the weekend. Jonathan Davenport and Hudson O’Neal are currently tied for second, 160 points behind McCreadie. Kyle Bronson currently sits in fourth. The points battle is extremely close in positions five through ten, with only 95 points separating Josh Richards, Tyler Erb, Ricky Thornton Jr, Shane Clanton, Mike Marlar, and Jimmy Owens. 

 

Trio of Races On Deck at Cherokee and Smoky Mountain

Batavia, OH (July 6, 2021) - The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series rich July schedule continues this Thursday at Cherokee Speedway, Friday and Saturday at Smoky Mountain Speedway.


 

The weekend kicks off on Thursday, July 8th with a visit to Gaffney, SC. A full program is on tap for the 23rd Annual Grassy Smith Memorial – highlighted by a 50-lap, $10,000-to-win main event.


 

The pit gates at Cherokee Speedway will open at 2:00 PM with the general admission gates opening one hour later, at 3:00 PM. The drivers meeting is set for 7:00 PM, followed by hot laps at 7:30 PM. In addition to the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, the Super Sportsman, 604 Crate Late Models, Open Wheel Modifieds, and Pure Stock divisions will also be in action.


 

The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series visits Smoky Mountain Speedway on Friday and Saturday, July 9th and 10th, for two days of the Mountain Moonshine Classic. Teams will have an opportunity to leave Maryville, Tennessee even richer than in years past, with a 40 lap A-Main paying $12,000-to-win on Friday and 60 lap A-Main on Saturday for $20,000-to-win. 


 

On Friday, the pit and general admission gates will open at 12:00 PM (noon). A driver’s meeting is scheduled for 7:00 PM with hot laps to follow at 7:30 PM. The 604 Late Models and Sportsman Late Models will serve as support divisions at Smoky Mountain Speedway.


 

On Saturday, the pit and general admission gates will open at 12:00pm (noon). A driver’s meeting is scheduled for 7:00pm with hot laps to follow at 7:30pm. The 604 Late Models and Red Clay 602 Late Models will serve as support divisions at Smoky Mountain Speedway.


 

Tickets can be purchased in advance for Smoky Mountain Speedway at: Smoky Mountain Speedway Tickets.


 

Tim McCreadie leads the Lucas Oil championship standings heading into the weekend. Jonathan Davenport and Hudson O’Neal are currently tied for second, 160 points behind McCreadie. Kyle Bronson currently sits in fourth. The points battle is extremely close in positions five through ten, with only 95 points separating Josh Richards, Tyler Erb, Ricky Thornton Jr, Shane Clanton, Mike Marlar, and Jimmy Owens. 


 

Track and Event Information:

Cherokee Speedway

Phone Number: 864-489-1969

Location: 153 Speedway Road, Gaffney, SC 29340

Directions: I-85 to exit 96, then 0.2 mile south on SR 18, then 0.2 mile east on SR 329, then north on Speedway Road.


 

Smoky Mountain Speedway

Phone Number: 865-856-8989

Location: 809 Brickmill Road, Maryville, TN 37801

Directions: 4.5 miles southwest of US 129 on US411, then 1.6 miles south on Brick Mill Road.


 

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Weekend Tire Rule:

Left Rear/Fronts - Hoosier Rib (28.5) 1350

Right Rear - Hoosier (29.0) 1350 NRM, (29.0) 1350 NRMW, (29.0) White Dot 1600 NRM, (29.0) 1600

NRMW

*Must use the same set of 4 tires for Time Trials, Heat Races, and B-Mains.

*For the A-Main, competitors may use 3 new tires.

*Flat tire must be replaced with a used tire of the same compound and construction to retain starting position.


 

Event Purses:

Thursday’s Grassy Smith Memorial 50 laps) - 1. $10,000, 2. $5,500, 3. $3,500, 4. $2,700, 5. $2,500, 6. $2,300, 7. $2,200, 8. $2,100, 9. $2,050, 10. $2,000, 11. $1,600, 12. $1,400, 13. $1,200, 14. $1,000, 15. $950, 16. $925, 17. $900, 18. $875, 19. $850, 20. $825, 21. $800, 22. $800, 23. $800, 24. $800. = $48,575


 

Friday’s Mountain Moonshine Classic (40 laps) - 1. $12,000, 2. $6,000, 3. $3,500, 4. $2,800, 5. $2,500, 6. $2,300, 7. $2,200, 8. $2,100, 9. $2,050, 10. $2,000, 11. $1,600, 12. $1,400, 13. $1,200, 14. $1,100, 15. $1,050, 16. $1,000, 17. $1,000, 18. $1,000, 19. $1,000, 20. $1,000, 21. $1,000, 22. $1,000, 23. $1,000, 24. $1,000. = $52,800


 

Saturday’s Mountain Moonshine Classic (60 laps) - 1. $20,000, 2. $9,000, 3. $5,000, 4. $4,000, 5. $3,500, 6. $2,700, 7. $2,500, 8. $2,300, 9. $2,200, 10. $2,100, 11. $2,000, 12. $1,900, 13. $1,800, 14. $1,700, 15. $1,600, 16. $1,400, 17. $1,300, 18. $1,200, 19. $1,200, 20. $1,200, 21. $1,200, 22. $1,200, 23. $1,200, 24. $1,200. = $73,400

 

 

 

 

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Williams Adds to Family Legacy at Cochran

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By Brian McLeod


 

COCHRAN, Ga. (July 4) — Pearson Lee Williams has a lengthy family pedigree when it comes to racing in his home region, and the Dublin, Ga., driver pleased a partisan crowd with his second-career victory on the Newsome Raceway Parts-sponsored Crate Racin’ USA Dirt Late Model Series circuit in a 50-lap event that concluded a scheduled four-race holiday trek across the region for the Eastaboga, Ala-based touring circuit.


 

Williams staged an exuberant display in victory lane, whipping around the checkered flag from the top of his car while waving, gesturing and screaming excitedly toward a crowd that seemed to enjoy the results of his flag-to-flag performance. The race paid $2,500 to the winner, and served as the finale to the Salute to America Nationals.


 

Williams joined Christian Hanger and Jimmy Thomas on the list of drivers to score victories during the weekend that was scheduled to take competitors to four different tracks. Three of the races were completed, while the weekend opener slated July 1 at Clarksville (Tenn.) Speedway was rained out. Hanger claimed his win July 2 at Moulton Speedway in Danville, Ala., and Thomas scored his victory July 3 at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Ala.


 

Family Ties

The Williams name carries much racing weight in the region. Pearson’s grandfather John Lee Williams raced for many years in the area, and is credited with being the driver who won the very first event in the history of the current track in Dublin, Ga., which is now known as Patriot’s Park Raceway.


 

He was successful for a long time in a familiar No 1, and was followed into the sport by his son Frank Williams, who drove No. 21 and is Pearson Lee’s father. Combine the numbers used by the two drivers, and that’s where Pearson Lee Williams came up with his own No. 121. Roots can run deep at times in the motorsports world.


 

“I’ve been at the local racetracks around here probably since I was an infant,” Williams said. “Been around the sport my whole life, and to win one here is a really big deal for our team. That’s why I was so excited in the winner’s circle. It’s always special to win races with this group, but especially here at one of our home tracks. This is our own family-owned car, but Ricky, Robin and Morgan Wynn of Wynn Motorsports are a big part of what we accomplish as a team, and when we’re not racing this Crate Late Model car, I’m usually driving their Super Late Model at various events.”


 

Heading to Victory

Williams started from the pole position in a 17-car field, while outside front-row starter Logan Palmer logged the quickest lap during the Boyd-Bilt Fabrication qualifying session, turning the 3/8-mile oval in 15.500 seconds. Williams got the jump on his fellow competitor to lead the opening circuits en route to victory lane over seventh-place starter Jordy Nipper, while Garrett Smith took third over 12th-place starter Jake Knowles and Corey Dunn. Palmer slipped to a sixth-place showing.


 

“It’s only my second win with the Crate Racin’ USA organization, and the last one also happened here in Feb., 2016, when NeSmith Chevrolet was the series sponsor,” Williams said. “Both of ‘em have been here, and that means a lot to me. Our car felt really good in the middle groove during the early stages, so that’s where I tried to run. I knew tire management is usually a really big key here, so I ran higher and tried to get the right-rear tire to fire for us. When it did and the track started to take a little rubber on the bottom, I moved down there to protect our lead. You have to be careful, though. Racing in that rubber you can really butcher a tire, so you have to go easy and find a balance that allows you to save your tires but still maintain the advantage.”


 

Nipper steadily moved from the outside of the third row to second, and sat poised and waiting for the leader to make a mistake. None came, and the Gray, Ga., driver settled for a runnerup finish.


 

“I could float the car around the top a little bit in turns one and two and halfway maintain what we needed, but I knew my best chance to pass him would probably have to come in lapped traffic,” Nipper said. “I figured it’d be tough to pass in that rubber, and especially when you’re having to rely on it. That’s what I was having to do in three and four, rather than floating the car out there like I could in turns one and two.”


 

A Successful Car Keeps Rolling

Williams completed the event in a Rocket XR1 that carried sponsorship from Keyton Logging, Wynn Land Development, Base Fuels, GSP Performance, Terminal Maintenance and Construction, Williams Body Shop, Simpson Race Products, Modern Images, Heartland EMS, Penske Shocks and Willy’s Carburetors.


 

The car was acquired after Williams’ previous deal with Joey Coulter’s Rum Runner Racing team reached a stopping point, and Williams made a decision to return to his own team. An admitted long-time admirer of Rocket Chassis co-owner Mark Richards, Williams ended up in one of the chassis builder’s cars with a little assistance from his friend and fellow racer Chris Madden.


 

“We had moved back home to do our own deal again, and Chris [Madden] knew Richards pretty well, and was able to arrange for me to acquire a car from them,” Williams said. “It’s a been a really awesome car for us. This is the sixth race on it, and we’ve actually won three of ‘em. We hot-lapped second quick tonight, but the car didn’t feel all that great in qualifying. Then we had another hot-lap session in the middle of the program, and we went wrong on making adjustments. So we came back into the pits to get ready for the feature, and kinda went out on a limb with more changes, and those changes absolutely lit this car on fire. Lap one of the feature…that was my test session.”


 

Hitting the handling requirements on the head, Williams’ team was never seriousy challenged during the event, although Nipper’s presence kept him honest.


 

“Everything gelled for us the way we’d hoped,” Williams said. “We had no issues, and I guess some nights just go that way.. Once we made those changes after qualifying, everything worked in our favor.”


 

Next Event

The touring series will take a three-weekend break after a busy Fourth of July period, and its next event will be July 30-31 at Thunderhill Raceway Park in Summertown, Tenn., where the annual King of the Hill event will pay $10,000 to the winner.


 

The event will be the ninth of the season for the series, and will also be part of the E-Z-GO $100,000+ Challenge, which is a series of 10 events each paying at least $10,000 to the winner. A separate points fund from the regular touring series is kept, and the championship will award $5,000 to the overall titlist.


 

Mark Whitener is the current leader in the E-Z-GO points standings with a slim 12-point edge [278-266] over Jason Welshan in the chase for the championship, while Cody Overton [226], Jake Knowles [212] fill out the top four. Pearson Lee Williams and Trynt Lloyd are tied for fifth place with 206 points each. 


 

About Crate Racin’ USA

The economical Chevrolet Performance 602 and 604 Circle Track Engine is utilized by competitors in the various divisions presented by Crate Racin’ USA. It’s in stock and available for free, next-day delivery from Newsome Raceway Parts in Hartsville, S.C.


 

Each engine is built and sealed at the factory to prevent any expensive modifications. To place an order, call 1-877-497-3624.


 

For more information and rules, visit the organization’s website at www.crateracinusa.com, or follow our extensive social media programs on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Newsome Raceway Parts, a division of Raceway Chevrolet in Hartsville, S.C., is the title sponsor of Crate Racin’ USA. E-Z-GO Golf Carts is the title sponsor of the newly-established E-Z-GO $100,000+ Challenge.


 

Chevrolet Performance is an official sponsor of the organization, along with Advanced Laser & Machine, Cruise with the Champions, Hoosier Racing Tire, KRC Power Steering, Knowles Race Parts and Bodies, My Race Pass, VP Racing Fuels and Lubricants and Willy’s Carburetors.


 

Official chassis sponsors include Warrior Race Cars, Rocket Chassis and CVR Race Cars.


 

Cochran/Salute to America finish: 1. Pearson Lee Williams, 2. Jordy Nipper, 3. Garrett Smith, 4. Jake Knowles, 5. Corey Dunn, 6. Logan Palmer, 7. Mike Combs, 8. Jason Welshan, 9. Jimmy Thomas, 10. Lucas Ruark, 11. Tanner Collins, 12. Tim Clark, 13. Troy Dixon, 14. Jimmy Elliott, 15. Chris McKeehan, 16. Ty Ellis, 17. Tom Egner. 


 

Current points standings: 1. Jason Welshan, 678 points; 2. Jimmy Thomas, 664; 3. Jake Knowles, 662; 4. Tanner Collins, 648; 5. Mike Combs, 560; 6. Troy Dixon, 508; 7. Colton Leyendecker, 450; 8. T.J. Brittain, 384; 9. Jake Rainey, 270; 10. Austin Horton and Christian Hanger, 256. 12. Wil Herrington, 230; 13. Heath Carr, 224; 14. Jimmy Elliott, 220; 15. Ty Ellis, 204; 16. Jake Traylor, 194; 17. Mark Whitener, 190; 18. Sterling Freeman, 178; 19. Cody Martin and Brian Womack, 174.


 

Total entries: 17

Boyd-Bilt Fabrication Fast Qualifier: Palmer, 15.500 seconds 

Lap leaders: Pearson Lee Williams 1-50.

Cautions: 4

Margin of victory: 0.960 seconds


 

PHOTO CUTLINE:

Dublin, Ga., driver Pearson Lee Williams (121) raced to a $2,500 victory in a 50-lap Newsome Raceway Parts-sponsored Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series event that concluded the annual Salute to America Nationals on July 4, 2021, at Cochran (Ga.) Motor Speedway. (Brian McLeod/Dirt Scenes)

 


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"MANUFACTURERS NIGHT" PRESENTED BY MSD UP NEXT FOR PACE RUSH SPORTSMAN MODS SATURDAY AT SHARON; OVER $21,500 IN VALUABLE PRODUCTS TO BE GIVEN AWAY PART OF THE HOVIS TOURING SERIES EVENT

(Pulaski, PA)...There was plenty of Pace Performance RUSH Racing Series together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC action over the Fourth of July holiday as the Late Models, Sportsman Modifieds, Sprint Cars, Pro Mods, Stock Cars, and Karting Series were all in action. Ray Love made his first ever visit to Winchester Speedway a profitable one as he picked up the victory in RUSH Late Model action, while Max Blair got off the schneid sweeping the Stateline-Eriez circuit for his first RUSH victories of the season.

 
The Flynn's Tire/Born2Run Lubricants Touring Series for the Late Models made its first ever appearance at Dog Hollow Speedway last Friday night for the "Jim Burns Tribute". Mother Nature may have interfered with the event, but the speedway’s new promotional team was not deterred, and the event was completed following a three-hour rain delay. Jeremy Wonderling led the first 10 laps before a caution slowed the field. Virginia driver Kyle Hardy powered by Wonderling when the racing action resumed and went on to claim his fifth victory in Touring Series action in 2021, worth $3,000. Sixth place starter Chub Frank came home in the runner-up position as he passed both Joe Martin and Wonderling on a lap 22 restart. Max Blair, who scored the $2,500 Super Late Model victory earlier in the evening, came home in fifth. 
 
The Pace Performance RUSH Sprint Cars were also in competition at Dog Hollow for the first time ever with Gale Ruth, Jr. adding his name to the Dog Hollow record book. Ruth has now won four races at four different speedways in 2021!  The 20-lap caution free main event was completed in just over six minutes. Pole-sitter Kevin Ruhlman came home in the second spot after dropping to fourth early on with Chad Ruhlman, Arnie Kent and Blaze Myers rounding out the top five. The RUSH Sprints will return to Dog Hollow on August 20 for another Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series event, but this time for $800 to-win, $160 to-start.
 
The Late Model Touring Series continued on to Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway the next night for the "Herb Scott Memorial". Jeremy Wonderling may have been the bridesmaid the previous night at Dog Hollow, but the New York driver was determined to be in the winner’s circle at “Dirt’s Monster Half Mile” and he did just that. Super Late Model ace Michael Norris led the first five laps until he was slowed by mechanical woes at which time Wonderling, who had started fourth, inherited the top spot. Wonderling weathered four cautions in the early stages of the event before the final 17 circuits went green-to-checkered to score a very well deserved $2,000 victory. Hardy took home the second spot over Joe Martin. Zach Gunn was a career best Tour effort in forth as Garret Paugh rounding out the top five in his first start of the season with RUSH.
 
The lone Pace RUSH Sportsman Modified Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Weekly Series event of the weekend took place Saturday night at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway. Preston Cope and Justin Shea tangled on the opening lap of the main event. Shea did a 360-spon in front of the field and fortunately was able to continue without any damage, while several others weren't as lucky. Tony Tatgenhorst took over the top spot when the action resumed and led the first 11 circuits before Shea took over. Shea then went on to lead the final four laps and score his second PPMS win of the season and third of his career at the "Monster Half-Mile". Tatgenhorst, Ayden Cipriano, Dave Price and Cope completed the top five- all with their season best finishes.
 
Ray Love made his first visit to Winchester Speedway a profitable one as he scored the victory in the Pace Performance RUSH Late Model Weekly Series special. Love’s heat race win earned him the pole position for the main event.  Love, Megan Mann, Devin Brannon, and later Levi Crowl battled for the entire distance of the main event with Love, “the Maryland Invader”, defeating the speedway’s regulars to score a $1,000 payday. Brannon and Crowl were able to get by Mann for the second and third positions. Mann held on for fourth as the female racer continues to impress in 2021. Daniel Brown, Jr. came home fifth.
 
With Woodhull Raceway raining out, Jason Knowles headed northwest and claimed his second win of the season at Genesee Speedway Saturday evening. Knowles, who started in the second spot, weathered several tricky moments in lapped traffic to lead the entire distance of the 25-lap main event. Doug Ricotta, who started in the eighth position, finished in second followed by Austin Hauser, Austyn Fugle and Paul Grigsby. A solid field of 23 cars were on hand. 
 
Max Blair may no longer be a regular competitor in Pace Performance RUSH Late Model action, but the Centerville, Pa. driver is always a threat any time he is in action. Saturday evening at Stateline Speedway, Blair started on the pole and would weather several cautions in route to scoring the win in his first RUSH start of 2021 at the Busti, New York oval. Believe it or not, it was Blair's first RUSH win of 2021. Veterans Scott Garda and Darrell Bossard finished second and third respectively with David Parker and Jason Genco rounding out the top five.
 
On Sunday evening Blair travelled to Eriez Speedway. After scoring the win in the Super Late Model portion of the "Mike Farr Memorial", Blair climbed behind the wheel of his RUSH Late Model to pick up his second victory of the night. Matthew Sipes led the first six circuits before Jeremy Wonderling took over the lead. Wonderling built up a half straightaway lead by lap 12. Cautions on laps 14 and 17 slowed the field and provided Blair with the opportunity he needed to challenge Wonderling.  Blair wrestled the lead from Wonderling on lap 18 to garner his second RUSH win in as many night. Wonderling completed his three race weekend with another podium finish in the second spot. Sipes followed in third with Genco and Breyton Santee in fourth and fifth respectively.   
 
Pace Performance RUSH Pro Mod action at Stateline Speedway saw Greg Johnson visit victory lane for the second time this season as he bested the 18-car field. Veterans Al Brewer, Scott Gurdak, Mike Eschrich and Dennis Lunger, Jr. completed the top five. RUSH Pro Mod racing at Bradford Speedway Sunday evening saw Steve Dixon score his second consecutive victory and third overall of 2021. Eschrich, Brewer, Adam Peterson, and Tim Schram completed the first five.
       
Jeremy Zufall picked up his third victory in the RUSH Stock Car division at Dog Hollow on Friday and his fourth overall of 2021 in Pace Weekly Series Competition.  Mikael Beaver traveled down to Dog Hollow on Friday night and was unable to start the feature; however, they got their gremlins worked out as he won on Sunday at Eriez to maintain the points lead.
      
Winners in RUSH Karting action at the Stateline Speedway were Emmie Bush (Amateur), Ethan Arnone (JR-1), Cody Rickard (JR-2), and Jay Groves (Adult).
 
Rain scored the win in Pace Performance RUSH weekly racing action at Raceway 7, The Hill Speedway, Delaware International Speedway and Woodhull Raceway. The RUSH Late Models had the week off at both Potomac Speedway and Fulton Speedway. 
 
RUSH Sprint Car action will take place this Sunday at Sharon Speedway as part of the Justin Snyder “Salute to the Troops” racing that includes the All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars as the event will be live on FloRacing. 
 
The Pace Performance RUSH Sportsman Modifieds will be in action Friday at Raceway 7 for a Wedge Motorsports "Route 7 Rumble" Series event then back to Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway on Saturday. Expo Speedway will host a $800 to-win Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Touring Series event next Thursday night, which will kickoff three straight nights of racing with Lernerville on Friday and Sharon on Saturday. The RUSH Mods will have five events in nine days starting this Friday night!
 
Weekly Pace Performance RUSH Late Model action is scheduled at Raceway 7, Dog Hollow Speedway, and the Hill Speedway this Friday. Saturday RUSH Late Model action will take place at Delaware International Speedway, Fulton Speedway, and Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway. RUSH Late Model action is also scheduled for Eriez Speedway on Sunday. There will be no RUSH Late Model action at Potomac, Genesee, Stateline, Woodhull, Winchester or Bradford Speedways this weekend.
 
Flynn’s Tire and Born2Run Lubricants RUSH Late Model Touring Series action resumes on Saturday, July 17th at Sharon Speedway for the Bill Forney Memorial event that pays $3,199 to win.    
 
RUSH Racing Series is brought to you by Pace Performance together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC along with the support of Hoosier Tire, Bilstein Shocks, Sunoco Race Fuels, Bazell Race Fuels, Insinger Performance, MSD Performance, Holley Performance Products, Hovis Auto & Truck Supply, Born2Run Lubricants, Flynn's Tire & Auto Service, FK Rod Ends, Schoenfeld Headers, Jones Racing Products, TBM Brakes, Performance Bodies & Parts, Racing Electronics, Wrisco Industries, Frankland Racing Supply, Landrum Performance Spring, Ontime Body & Graphic, Zarin Truck & Automotive, Sherwood Wheels, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, Stop-Fyre, Lincoln Electric, Velocita-USA, Waterstone Mortgage Hermitage, CrateInsider.com, and Wedge Motorsports.
 
E-mail can be sent to the RUSH Racing Series at info@rushracingseries.com and snail mail to 4368 Route 422, Pulaski, PA 16143. Office phone is 724-964-9300.  The RUSH Racing Series website is www.rushracingseries.com. Like our various Facebook page and Twitter accounts by searching for the appropriate divisions.
SHARON SPEEDWAY UP NEXT FOR THE PACE RUSH LATE MODEL FLYNN'S TIRE/BORN2RUN LUBRICANTS TOURING SERIES; SATURDAY'S $3199 TO-WIN "BILL FORNEY MEMORIAL" MARKS THE 1ST TOUR RACE AT SHARON SINCE 2016; CANFIELD/SHARON DRIVERS REUNION TO BE HELD
By Mike Leone

 
(July 14, 2021) - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Hartford, OH)...After a weekend off, the Pace Performance RUSH Late Model Series together with Sweeney Chevrolet will head to Sharon Speedway this Saturday night (July 17) for a Flynn's Tire/Born2Run Lubricants Touring Series event. Race #10 of the 2021 season will be the inaugural "Bill Forney Memorial" paying $3,199 to-win, and will also include the Canfield/Sharon (1949-1973) Drivers Reunion with dinner from 4-6 p.m. Warm-ups begin at approximately 6:15 p.m. Event t-shirts will be on sale for $25.

 

 
Forney was a fixture at both Canfield and Sharon Speedways.  Forney's racing prowess earned him the Late Model track championship at Sharon in 1964, and an unprecedented seven championships at Canfield (1959-1960, '61, '63, '65-66, '68) - a track that had a national reputation for tough as nails competition.  All totaled, Forney had hundreds of feature wins, many at these two tracks.  Forney was inducted into the inaugural Twin State Auto Racing Club's Hall of Fame in 2010, and is also a member of the Cloverleaf Speedway (Cleveland) Hall of Fame.  

 
"We're honored the Forney Family is allowing their father's memorial to be a RUSH event," stated RUSH Director Vicki Emig.  "We got to know Bill very well and he was certainly supportive of the RUSH concept and followed our Series closely right up until his passing.  I'm sure he'd be tickled to know that his memorial event was a RUSH Late Model show at Sharon.  Bill was a legend in local Late Model racing and is very deserving of a memorial race- one that we're proud to have under the RUSH banner.  Adding the Sharon/Canfield Speedway drivers reunion to this special night in Bill's honor is a perfect fit for the fans and I believe it will truly be a night to remember! We have to thank the many donors that helped us raise the purse up from the standard $2,000 to-win show to what it is (see donor list below)."

 
The Tour last appeared at the 3/8-mile showplace in Hartford, Ohio in 2016.  That was prior to the new red clay surface that has produced tremendous racing in recent years.  The RUSH Late Models ran weekly at Sharon from 2011-2014. After a four-year hiatus, Sharon hosted a Weekly Series special last year that saw Max Blair top a 22-car field.  Will Thomas III is the division's all-time winner with 13 victories, and will make his RUSH season debut Saturday.  This will be a big night for RUSH as the RUSH Sprint Cars and RUSH Sportsman Modifieds will also be on the card. The Tour returns to Sharon on September 10-11 during the "Apple Festival Nationals" for the $4,000 to-win "Cider Jug 40" presented by Zarin Truck & Auto.

 
"Our racers have been yearning to return to Sharon for several years," acknowledged Series Director Vicki Emig.  "The competition level has really ascended since our last visit and we can't wait to see the cars race on the red clay surface." 
 
In conjunction with the "Bill Forney Memorial" will be the Sharon/Canfield Speedways Drivers Reunion.  Drivers that competed on the dirt at these speedways from 1949-1973 were invited to the event free of charge and will enjoy a complimentary dinner in the pavilion prior to the event.  Special thanks to Jeff Teeters, Jeff Johnson, Steve Haefke, Joe Gabrielson, John Sandquist, Jr., and Wayne Tessean for their generous contributions to cover the cost of the complimentary meals for the retired drivers. The fathers of all these racers competed during this era.

 
Drivers/car owners that have confirmed their attendance include John Czoka, Tom Czoka, Skip Evans, Mike Forney, Butch Haefke, Tim Henrich, Jeep Iacubucci , Tom Jarrett, Bobby Johnson, Dan Lewis, Sr., Terry May, Ed McGarry, Clair Mizner, Ron Novak, Jerry Postlethwait, Jerry Rydarowicz, John Sandquist, Michael Saverko, Tubby Tessean, Bob Williams, Wally Yeager, and Dave Yobe.

 
Virginia racer Kyle Hardy leads the way with five Tour wins including a sweep of the "Battle of the Bay" Speedweek plus a victory in his first Eriez Speedway start and the first ever Tour race at Dog Hollow . Hardy sits atop the standings of both the $12,000 to-win Tour and the $5,000 to-win Pace Performance Weekly Series Championships. Hardy's Tour points lead is 51 over defending three-time champion Jeremy Wonderling, who has won both Tour races in New York plus his first ever Pittsburgh victory this year; however, leads Wonderling in the Weekly points by only one.

 
Joe Martin trails Wonderling by 10 points as he's strung together six top five Tour finishes in the last seven shows. Michael Duritsky, Jr. has finished in the top five in points each of the last years and is currently fourth heading into Sharon. J.J. Mazur has worked his way into fifth in points looking to improve on his seventh place points finish in 2019. Bud Watson, Kyle Lukon, Ryan Frazee, John Waters, and Cory Sines complete the top 10 in points.  
 
Precise Racing Products will award a $100 gift card for the "Pedal Down" Hard Charger that passes the most cars in the feature.  The TBM Brakes “Tough Brake of the Night” will award three bottles of Xtreme6 Racing Brake Fluid valued at approximately $45 along with a certificate for a discount off any TBM Brakes purchase.  
 
The feature winner will receive a 5-Gallon Race Jug from Precise. Ontime Body & Graphic's "Spoiler Alert" will award a $150 spoiler kit to the 10th place finisher (note: if a driver has already won a spoiler this season, spoiler will be awarded to the next position). 
 
The Sunoco Dash winner will not only receive a $100 Sunoco gift card and earn the feature pole position, but also $100 cash in recognition of all of the drivers that ran the Bill Emig #1.  One driver will be randomly selected at the drivers meeting for a $100 Sunoco gift card thanks to the "Fill'er up with Sunoco Bucks" program presented by Sunoco and Zarin Truck & Auto. Also, Performance Bodies will award a $100 gift card to the first non-qualifier as part of the "Nosed Out" program.

 
Thank you to the following that financially contributed to the event to increase the purse: Forney Family (Anita Forney-Carson, Craig Carson, Colleen & Mike Forney along with grandchildren Jenn, Sarah, Taylor & Joshua), Ron Anderson, Jim Balentine, Sr/Balentine Racing Photos, Barris Truck Service, Mike Borawiec Family, BRE Racing/Dick Berry, Buccella Family, Mike Cicchillo, File's Auto Wrecking, Don Kromer, Terry May, Ed Miller, Molnar's Concessions, Lori Murphy, Postlethwait Family, Rocky's Body Shop, Christine Statler, Wertz Towing, Wilhelm Family, & Bob Williams Racing.

 
Sharon Feature Payoff: 1. $3,199 2. $1,500 3. $800 4. $600 5. $500 6. $475 7. $450 8. $425 9. $400 10. $350 11. $310  12. $300 13. $275 14. $270 15. $265 16. $260 17. $255 18-24. $250.
 
Non-Qualifier Payoff: 1. $200 2. $190 3. $185 4. $180 5. $175 6. $170 7. $165 8. $160 9. $155 10-24. $150. Tow $125.

 
You do not have to be a member of RUSH to compete only to receive Weekly and/or Tour points. The entry fee is $100. AMB/MyLaps transponders will be used; Westhold transponders will NOT work. Units are available to rent for $25. Driver radio channel will be 454.000.
 
Pits will be open throughout the afternoon with pit passes going on sale at 4 p.m. A drivers meeting will be held at 5:50 p.m. with warm-ups at approximately 6:15 followed by group qualifying and racing. Pit passes are $35.
 
Sharon Speedway is a 3/8-mile dirt track located on Custer-Orangeville Road in Hartford, Ohio near the intersection of Routes 7 & 305.  For more information, check out their website at www.sharonspeedway.com or call 330-772-5481.  Become a fan of Sharon Speedway on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sharonspeedway and follow them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/sharonspdwy.

 
RUSH Racing Series is brought to you by Pace Performance together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC along with the support of Hoosier Tire, Bilstein Shocks, Sunoco Race Fuels, Bazell Race Fuels, Insinger Performance, MSD Performance, Holley Performance Products, Hovis Auto & Truck Supply, Born2Run Lubricants, Flynn's Tire & Auto Service, FK Rod Ends, Schoenfeld Headers, Jones Racing Products, TBM Brakes, Performance Bodies & Parts, Racing Electronics, Dirt Defender, Wrisco Industries, Frankland Racing Supply, Landrum Performance Spring, Ontime Body & Graphic, Zarin Truck & Automotive, Sherwood Wheels, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, Stop-Fyre, Lincoln Electric, Velocita-USA, Waterstone Mortgage Hermitage, CrateInsider.com, and Wedge Motorsports.
 
E-mail can be sent to the RUSH Racing Series at info@rushracingseries.com and snail mail to 4368 Route 422, Pulaski, PA 16143. Office phone is 724-964-9300. The RUSH Late Model website is www.rushlatemodels.com. Like our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/rushlatemodels and follow us on Twitter @RUSHLM.
 
BUSY 3-RACE WEEKEND ON TAP FOR PACE RUSH SPORTSMAN MODS; HOVIS TOUR EVENT THURSDAY AT EXPO FOLLOWED BY WEEKLY SERIES EVENTS AT LERNERVILLE & SHARON
By Mike Leone

 
(July 12, 2021) - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
(Pulaski, PA)...After completing a two-race weekend at Raceway 7 and Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway, the Pace Performance RUSH Sportsman Modified Series together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC will continue a busy stretch of five races over nine days picking up Thursday with three straight nights of competition. It gets underway at Expo Speedway (July 15) for the Trumbull County Fair race in a Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Touring Series event followed by Hovis Weekly Series action on Friday night (July 16) at Lernerville Speedway and Saturday night (July 17) at Sharon Speedway.
 
Due to rain, Thursday's event at Expo will be the 2021 kickoff of the Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Touring Series and will pay $800 to-win. Racing begins early at 6 p.m. due to no lights. The 174th annual Trumbull County Fair will feature racing on one night again this year as the RUSH Mods join up with the BRP Big-Block Modified Tour. This will be the sixth year that the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds, which compete weekly at nearby Sharon Speedway, will be on the card. Last year's Fair was cancelled due to COVID-19. 

 
The 2015 event not only marked the first ever race for the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds at Expo, but made history as the first ever Tour event run with Greg Martin earning the top honors. Chelsie Kriegisch then made more history in 2016 by becoming the first female to ever win in the track’s history and the first female in the history of crate racing in the Northeast to win a Touring Series event! Rocky Kugel rebounded from a bad crash to win the 2017 event. In 2018, the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds competed on both Wednesday and Thursday night during the Fair with Brandon Ritchey and Garrett Krummert victorious. The 2019 show went to Rob Kristyak over the Expo record 22-car field.     

 
Will there be a seventh different winner in as many events on Thursday at Expo!? One driver looking to keep that streak alive is Chas Wolbert of nearby Warren, Ohio. Wolbert is the division's all-time winner with 39 triumphs including a Series leading six in 2021. Justin Shea, who leads both the $3,500 to-win Hovis Weekly and $1,000 to-win Wedge Motorsports "Route 7 Rumble" Series Championship points is also a favorite to continue the trend of different winners. 

 
Expo Feature Payoff: 1. $800 2. $500 3. $350 4. $300 5. $250 6. $220 7. $180 8. $175 9. $170 10. $165 11. $160 12. $155 13. $150 14. $145 15. $140 16. $135 17. $130 18-24. $125. Tow $75.
 
Drivers need to be prepared with their own fuel, tires, etc. ahead of time as there will be no supplier at the track. No transponders will be used. Driver radios are always mandatory and are channel 454.000. Pit passes are $25. The entry fee is $35. Pits open around 3 p.m.  Pre-race tech and registration will begin by 3:30. A drivers meeting will be around 5:10 p.m. with warm-ups slated for 5:30 followed by racing at 6. 

 
On Friday, the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds will head to Lernerville Speedway for their first of two straight appearances at the Sarver, Pa. oval with heat races at 7:30 p.m. The Mods will be back the following Friday night for the RUSH Summer Showcase event with the RUSH Late Models and RUSH Sprint Cars before returning on October 15-16 for the "Steel City Stampede". Lernerville has held 27 RUSH Sportsman Modified races in Series history, which is third all-time behind Sharon and Pittsburgh.

 
The fifth race in nine nights for the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds will take place on Saturday at the weekly home, Sharon Speedway. The Mods will join up with the Pace Performance RUSH Late Model Flynn's Tire/Born2Run Lubricants Touring Series in the $3,199 to-win "Bill Forney Memorial" as well as the Pace Performance RUSH Sprint Cars in an Equipment Rental Options Weekly Series event. Race time is 7 p.m. Thus far this year at Sharon, Wolbert has two wins with Krummert and Jacob Wolfe also victorious.

 
"This will be a great weekend for the RUSH Mods," acknowledged Vicki Emig. "Trumbull County Fairboard president Bud Rodgers, who also owns the towing company at Sharon Speedway, has always been a big proponent of the division and we're thankful to not only be able to go there every year, but also return this year after COVID wiped out the Fair in 2020. The show at Lernerville was a late addition, and we know the racers always enjoy competing in the spotlight at the track. And it'll be great to have three of our classes at Sharon on Saturday as Bill Forney certainly loved the RUSH program."   
 
Expo Speedway is a 5/8-mile dirt track located at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds just north of Route 305 on Hoagland-Blackstub Road in Bazetta Township, Cortland, Ohio.  Pit access is Gate A right past the church. ATVs and golf carts must be kept in the pits and cannot go outside this area.  For more information, check out www.trumbullcountyfair.com or call 330-637-6010.

 
Lernerville is a 4/10-mile high-banked clay oval located 11 miles southeast of Butler, Pa. on Route 356 at 313 North Pike Road, Sarver, PA 16055. Lernerville is just 30 miles northeast of the Pittsburgh metropolitan area. For more information, check out their website at www.lernerville.com or call 724-353-1511 (office) or 724-353-1350 (track). Like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/Lernerville/ and follow them on Twitter @Lernerville.

 
Sharon Speedway is a 3/8-mile dirt track located on Custer-Orangeville Road in Hartford, Ohio near the intersection of Routes 7 & 305.  For more information, check out their website at www.sharonspeedway.com or call 330-772-5481.  Become a fan of Sharon Speedway on Facebook at www.facebook.com/sharonspeedway and follow them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/sharonspdwy.

 
RUSH Racing Series is brought to you by Pace Performance together with Sweeney Chevrolet Buick GMC along with the support of Hoosier Tire, Bilstein Shocks, Sunoco Race Fuels, Bazell Race Fuels, Insinger Performance, MSD Performance, Holley Performance Products, Hovis Auto & Truck Supply, Born2Run Lubricants, Flynn's Tire & Auto Service, FK Rod Ends, Schoenfeld Headers, Jones Racing Products, TBM Brakes, Performance Bodies & Parts, Racing Electronics, Wrisco Industries, Frankland Racing Supply, Landrum Performance Spring, Ontime Body & Graphic, Zarin Truck & Automotive, Sherwood Wheels, Alternative Power Sources, Precise Racing Products, Stop-Fyre, Lincoln Electric, Velocita-USA, Waterstone Mortgage Hermitage, CrateInsider.com, and Wedge Motorsports.
 
E-mail can be sent to the RUSH Racing Series at info@rushracingseries.com and snail mail to 4368 Route 422, Pulaski, PA 16143. Office phone is 724-964-9300 and fax is 724-964-0604. The RUSH Racing Series website is www.rushracingseries.com. Like the Sportsman Modified Facebook page at www.facebook.com/rushsportsmanmods and follow us on Twitter @RUSHSportMods. 
 

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Jan 21 All-Tech Raceway
The General Tire Winter Nationals Presented by LINE-X
Lake City, FL
Jan 22 All-Tech Raceway
The General Tire Winter Nationals Presented by LINE-X
*Canceled due to Weather*
Lake City, FL
Jan 23 All-Tech Raceway
The General Tire Winter Nationals Presented by LINE-X
Lake City, FL
Jan 24 East Bay Raceway Park
Wrisco Industries 45th Annual Winternationals Presented by Lucas Oil
Tampa, FL
Jan 25 East Bay Raceway Park
Wrisco Industries 45th Annual Winternationals Presented by Lucas Oil
Tampa, FL
Jan 26 East Bay Raceway Park
Wrisco Industries 45th Annual Winternationals Presented by Lucas Oil
Tampa, FL
Jan 27 East Bay Raceway Park
Wrisco Industries 45th Annual Winternationals Presented by Lucas Oil
Tampa, FL
Jan 28 East Bay Raceway Park
Wrisco Industries 45th Annual Winternationals Presented by Lucas Oil
Tampa, FL
Jan 29 East Bay Raceway Park
Wrisco Industries 45th Annual Winternationals Presented by Lucas Oil
Tampa, FL
Jan 30 East Bay Raceway Park
Wrisco Industries 45th Annual Winternationals Presented by Lucas Oil
Tampa, FL
Feb 1 Bubba Racway Park
The K&N Filters Winter Nationals Presented by OPTIMA Batteries
Ocala, FL
Feb 2 Bubba Racway Park
The K&N Filters Winter Nationals Presented by OPTIMA Batteries
Ocala, FL
Mar 19 Atomic Speedway
Buckeye Spring 50
Chillicothe, OH
Mar 20 Brownstown Speedway
Indiana Icebreaker
Brownstown, IN
Apr 17 Hagerstown Speedway
Nininger Tribute
Hagerstown, MD
Apr 18 Port Royal Speedway
River Valley 40
Port Royal, PA
Apr 23 Tri-City Speedway
Bullet Race Engines 50
Granite City, IL
Apr 24 Macon Speedway
 
Macon, IL
Apr 30 Ponderosa Speedway
17th Annual John Bradshaw Memorial 
Junction City, KY
May 1 Florence Speedway
35th Annual Ralph Latham Memorial 
Union, KY
May 14 411 Motor Speedway
Tennessee's Action Track 50
Seymour, TN
May 15 Talladega Short Track
E-Z-GO 50
Eastaboga, AL
May 21 300 Raceway
Truck Country 50
Farley, IA
May 22 34 Raceway
CRST, The Transportation Solution 50
Burlington, IA
May 27 Lucas Oil Speedway
8th Annual Cowboy Classic 
Wheatland, MO
May 28 Lucas Oil Speedway
The Tribute to Don and Billie Gibson 
Wheatland, MO
May 29 Lucas Oil Speedway
29th Annual Lucas Oil Show-Me 100 
Wheatland, MO
Jun 17 Magnolia Motor Speedway
Clash at the Mag presented by Big River Steel
Columbus, MS
Jun 18 Magnolia Motor Speedway
Clash at the Mag presented by Big River Steel
Columbus, MS
Jun 19 Magnolia Motor Speedway
Clash at the Mag presented by Big River Steel
Columbus, MS
Jun 25 Deer Creek Speedway
NAPA Auto Parts Gopher 50 
Spring Valley, MN
Jun 26 Deer Creek Speedway
NAPA Auto Parts Gopher 50 
Spring Valley, MN
Jul 2 Portsmouth Raceway Park
Independence 50
Portsmouth, OH
Jul 3 Muskingum County Speedway
Freedom 50
Zanesville, OH
Jul 8 Cherokee Speedway
23rd Annual Grassy Smith Memorial
Gaffney, SC
Jul 9 Smoky Mountain Speedway
Mountain Moonshine Classic
Maryville, TN
Jul 10 Smoky Mountain Speedway
Mountain Moonshine Classic
Maryville, TN
Jul 16 Tri-City Speedway
NAPA Know How 50
Granite City, IL
Jul 17 Lucas Oil Speedway
15th Annual Diamond Nationals
Wheatland, MO
Jul 20 I-80 Speedway
Al Belt Custom Homes I-80 Nationals
Greenwood, NE
Jul 21 I-80 Speedway
Al Belt Custom Homes I-80 Nationals
Greenwood, NE
Jul 22 I-80 Speedway
Al Belt Custom Homes I-80 Nationals
Greenwood, NE
Jul 23 I-80 Speedway
Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals
Greenwood, NE
Jul 24 I-80 Speedway
Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals
Greenwood, NE
Aug 12 Florence Speedway
Sunoco North/South Shootout
Union, KY
Aug 13 Florence Speedway
39th Annual Sunoco North/South 100
Union, KY
Aug 14 Florence Speedway
39th Annual Sunoco North/South 100
Union, KY
Aug 19 Batesville Motor Speedway
29th Annual COMP Cams Topless 100 Presented by Nutrien Ag Solutions
Batesville, AR
Aug 20 Batesville Motor Speedway
29th Annual COMP Cams Topless 100 Presented by Nutrien Ag Solutions
Batesville, AR
Aug 21 Batesville Motor Speedway
29th Annual COMP Cams Topless 100 Presented by Nutrien Ag Solutions
Batesville, AR
Aug 26 Port Royal Speedway
The Rumble by the River #1
Port Royal, PA
Aug 27 Port Royal Speedway
The Rumble by the River #2 
Port Royal, PA
Aug 28 Port Royal Speedway
The Rumble by the River #3
Port Royal, PA
Sep 4 Portsmouth Raceway Park
River Days Rumble Presented by Pepsi
Portsmouth, OH
Sep 5 Tyler County Speedway
53rd Annual Hillbilly Hundred 
Middlebourne, WV
Sep 15 I-80 Speedway
Dirt Track Bank Go 50
Greenwood, NE
Sep 16 Knoxville Raceway
Lucas Oil Late Model Nationals
Knoxville, IA
Sep 17 Knoxville Raceway
Lucas Oil Late Model Nationals
Knoxville, IA
Sep 18 Knoxville Raceway
Lucas Oil Late Model Nationals
Knoxville, IA
Sep 24 Brownstown Speedway
Night Before the Jackson
Brownstown, IN
Sep 25 Brownstown Speedway
42nd Annual Jackson 100
Brownstown, IN
Oct 1 Raceway 7
Great Lakes 50
Conneaut, OH
Oct 2 Pittsburgh Motor Speedway
33rd Annual Pittsburgher 100
Imperial, PA
Oct 9 The Red Clay at Woodstock - Historic Dixie Speedway
Lucas Oil Dixie Shootout
Woodstock, GA
Oct 10 Rome Speedway
Lucas Oil Rome Showdown
Rome, GA
Oct 15 Portsmouth Raceway Park
41st Annual Dirt Track World Championship
Portsmouth, OH
Oct 16 Portsmouth Raceway Park
41st Annual Dirt Track World Championship
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  4/9/2021
Rumble on the Gumbo - Night #1
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  4/10/2021
Rumble on the Gumbo - Night #2
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  4/23/2021
NASCAR Weekend #1 - Night #1
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  4/24/2021
NASCAR Weekend #1 - Night #2
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  5/8/2021
2nd Annual Gene Maine Memorial
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  5/14/2021
Battle of Boothill
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  5/15/2021
Battle of Boothill
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  5/28/2021
First Responder 40
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  5/29/2021
Freedom 50
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  6/11/2021
Tomahawk Tussle
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  6/12/2021
Tomahawk Tussle
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  7/1/2021
Salute to America Nationals - Night #1
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  7/2/2021
Salute to America Nationals - Night #2
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  7/3/2021
Salute to America Nationals - Night #3
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  7/4/2021
Salute to America Nationals - Night #4
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  7/30/2021
King of the Hill
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  7/31/2021
King of the Hill
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  8/27/2021
King of Crate - Night #1
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  8/28/2021
King of Crate - Night #2
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  9/3/2021
Chevrolet Performance World Championship
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  9/4/2021
Chevrolet Performance World Championship
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  9/25/2021
Needmore Speedway
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  10/1/2021
NASCAR Weekend #2 - Night #1
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  10/2/2021
NASCAR Weekend #2 - Night #2
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  11/5/2021
Magnolia Motor Speedway - TBA
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  11/6/2021
Magnolia Motor Speedway - TBA
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  11/19/2021
Deep South 100
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
  11/20/2021
Deep South 100
CRUSA Dirt Late Models: Crate Racin' USA Dirt Late Model Series
 
 

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*Schedule subject to change.  Additional events may be added.

2021 Pace Performance RUSH Sportsman Modified
Hovis Auto & Truck Supply Weekly Series Championship Schedule*


 

Sat 4/10 Tyler County Tour
Sat 5/1 Sharon Weekly Special/R7R
Sat 5/8 Sharon Weekly/R7R
Fri 5/14 Raceway 7 Weekly/R7R
Sat 5/15 Sharon Weekly/R7R
Sat 5/22 Pittsburgh Weekly
Fri 5/28 Raceway 7 Weekly/R7R
Sat 5/29 Sharon Weekly/R7R
Sat 6/5 Sharon Weekly/R7R
Fri 6/11 Raceway 7 Weekly/R7R
Sat 6/12 Pittsburgh Weekly
Sat 6/19 Sharon Weekly/R7R
Fri 6/25 Raceway 7 Weekly/R7R
Sat 6/26 Sharon Weekly/R7R
Sat 7/3 Pittsburgh Weekly
Fri 7/9 Raceway 7 Weekly/R7R
Sat 7/10 Pittsburgh Weekly
Thr 7/15 Expo Tour
Sat 7/17 Sharon Weekly Special/R7R
Fri 7/23 Lernerville Weekly
Sat 7/24 Sharon Weekly/R7R
Fri 7/30 Raceway 7 Weekly/R7R
Sat 7/31 Sharon Tour/R7R
Fri 8/6 Raceway 7 Weekly/R7R
Sat 8/7 Sharon Weekly/R7R
Sat 8/14 Sharon Weekly/R7R
Fri 8/20 Raceway 7 Weekly/R7R
Sat 8/21 Pittsburgh Weekly
Sat 8/28 Sharon Weekly/R7R
Sat 9/4 Pittsburgh Weekly
Fri-Sat 9/10-11 Sharon Tour/R7R
Sat 9/18 Pittsburgh Weekly
Sat 9/25 Pittsburgh Weekly
Sat 10/9 Pittsburgh Weekly
Fri-Sat 10/15-16 Lernerville Tour
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Jul
17
Diamond Nationals
Lucas Oil Speedway – Wheatland, MO
Fri
Aug
13
1st Annual Event
Lake Ozark Speedway – Eldon, MO
Sat
Aug
14
1st Annual Event
Lake Ozark Speedway – Eldon, MO
Fri
Sep
3
Clyde Ellis Memorial
Lakeside Speedway – Kansas City, KS
Sat
Sep
4
Ron Jenkins Memorial
Lucas Oil Speedway – Wheatland, MO
Fri
Oct
1
The Harvest Hustle
Sycamore Speedway – Maple Park,IL
Sat
Oct
2
The Harvest Hustle
Sycamore Speedway – Maple Park,IL
Thu
Oct
14
Practice
Tri-City Speedway – Pontoon Beach, IL
Fri
Oct
15
2nd Annual Event
Tri-City Speedway – Pontoon Beach, IL
Sat
Oct
16
MLRA Championship
Tri-City Speedway – Pontoon Beach, IL

 

2021 Tentative Touring Series Schedule*
Presented by Flynn's Tire & Born2Run Lubricants

April 14 Delaware International Speedway (M) - "Raelyn Huffman Memorial" - "Battle of the Bay"

April 15 Georgetown Speedway (M) - "Battle of the Bay" ($3000)

April 16 Potomac Speedway (M) - "Battle of the Bay" ($3000)

April 17 Winchester Speedway (M) - "Battle of the Bay" ($3000)

April 25 McKean County Raceway (M) - ($2000)

May 15 Stateline Speedway (M) - "Bill Law Memorial" ($2000)

May 16 Eriez Speedway (M) - ($2000)

May 28 Outlaw Speedway - (M) - "Gary Montgomery Memorial" ($2000)

May 29 Genesee Speedway (M) - ($2000)

May 30 Bradford Speedway (P) - ($2000)

June 24-26 Lernerville Speedway (M) - $10,000 to-win "Bill Emig Memorial" presented by Hovis Auto & Truck Supply

July 2 Dog Hollow Speedway (M) - ($3000)

July 3 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway (M) - "Herb Scott Memorial" ($2000)

July 17 Sharon Speedway (M) - "Bill Forney Memorial" ($2199)

Aug 7 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway (M) - "Jook George Steel City Classic" (Payoff TBA)

Aug 15 Eriez Speedway (M) - "Manufacturers Night" presented by MSD Performance ($2000)

Sept 10-11 Sharon Speedway (M) - "Cider Jug 40" presented by Zarin Truck & Auto ($4000)

Sept 24 Genesee Speedway (P) - "Topless Nationals" ($2000)

Sept 25 Genesee Speedway (M) - "Topless Nationals"  ($2000)
- Traveling Manufacturers Night presented by MSD Performance

Oct 1 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway (M) - "Bill Hendren Memorial" ($3000) & "One to Remember" Non-Winners

Oct 2 Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway (M) - "Bill Hendren Memorial" ($3000)

Oct 8 Latrobe Speedway (P) - ($2000)

Oct 15-16 Lernerville Speedway (M) - "Steel City Stampede" ($2000)


Note: (M) represents Marquee Event; (P) represents Platinum Event

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

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