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Michael Page Wins Second Career Dixie Shootout
 
  
 
Michael Page Takes the Checkered Flag at Dixie 
(HeathLawsonPhotos.com)
 
WOODSTOCK, GA (October 12, 2019) - Georgia's Michael Page defended his home turf for the second time in the last three years as he won the Lucas Oil Dixie Shootout, on Saturday Night at the Dixie Speedway. With the victory in one of the Southeast's most prestigious dirt late model events, Page became the 19th different winner this season on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tour.
 
Page, driving the only Stinger Race Car in the field, took the lead at the start of the 50-lap race and lead every lap in the caution-free event. Jimmy Owens, who started from the pole alongside Page, finished in second followed by seventh-place starter Brandon Overton. Chris Madden and current Series Championship Point leader Jonathan Davenport rounded out the top 5.
 
Page took the lead from Owens coming off turn number two on the first lap and never relinquished the top spot. Owens tried to stay with Page in heavy traffic, but the 36-year-old had little, to no problems in traffic as he scored the popular win at one of his home tracks.
 
In Lucas Oil Victory Lane, a multitude of well-wishers joined Page just as they did two years ago after winning his first Dixie Shootout. He was emotional as he talked to the huge crowd of spectators on hand to witness the home state driver's win.
 
"I knew I had to get Jimmy there at the start. I hadn't been up top all night, but I just went for it. The car was good from the start. This Stinger Race Car from Chase King and his dad was perfect all night long. Last week we couldn't even line-up, but this is racing and you have to keep your head up and keep on getting with it."
 
"I would rather be lucky than good any day to beat these guys tonight. Look at all of their accomplishments this year, it says a lot about our team and what we are capable of doing. The lapped cars gave us plenty of room. Most of the time you don't get that respect when you are lapping someone."
 
Owens, who won the Dixie Shootout in 2012, ran second the entire distance and was able to hold off Overton at the end. "Congrats to Page and all of those guys on the win, they are really tough here. We had a good car and won the first heat. It was a drag-race to turn one in the feature. I beat him (Page) into turn one, but he got the lead on the high side and he did what he needed to do. I am looking forward to finishing the year off with a bang. Thanks to Leon Ramirez and all of my crew. We'll head to Rome tomorrow night and try to get a win."
 
Overton entered the race with three consecutive feature wins. He ended the night with his best series finish since his second place run in the COMP Cams Topless 100 in August. "We had a really good car tonight. If we keep finishing on the podium, we are going to get some more wins."
The winner's Troy Baird-owned Stinger Race Car is powered by a Durham Racing Engine and sponsored by Baird Truck and Trailer Sales Inc., Elite Concrete, National Transportation, T&T Trucking and Schaeffer's Racing Oil.
 
Completing the top ten were Dale McDowell, Devin Moran, Don O'Neal, Mike Marlar and Tim McCreadie.
 
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
Race Summary
Saturday, October 12th, 2019  
Dixie Speedway - Woodstock, GA

Miller Welders Time Trials
Fast Time Group A: Jimmy Owens / 15.325 seconds
Fast Time Group B: Michael Page / 15.241 seconds (overall)

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Jimmy Owens, Chris Madden, Billy Moyer, Jr., Cory Hedgecock, Derek Ellis, Zach Leonhardi, Mike Marlar, Justin Shipley, Johnny Scott, Ahnna Parkhurst   
FK Rod Ends
Heat Race #2 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Dale McDowell, Brandon Overton, Shanon Buckingham, Josh Richards, Kyle Bronson, Austin Horton, Bob Gardner, Cla Knight, Tyler Millwood, Kyler Haygood   
Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Michael Page, Devin Moran ®, Don O'Neal, Will Roland, Stormy Scott, David Payne, Ray Cook, Dalton Cook, Steven Roberts, Lamar Haygood

Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #4 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Jonathan Davenport, Donald McIntosh, Tim McCreadie, Hudson O'Neal, Tyler Erb ®, Earl Pearson, Jr., Vic Hill, Jason Croft, Dalton Polston

Lucas Oil Products Red "N" Tacky Spray Grease
B-Main Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Kyle Bronson, Austin Horton, Mike Marlar, Derek Ellis, Johnny Scott, Zach Leonhardi, Justin Shipley, Bob Gardner, Cla Knight, Ahnna Parkhurst, Tyler Millwood, Kyler Haygood   
FAST Shafts B-Main Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Stormy Scott, Tyler Erb ®, David Payne, Earl Pearson, Jr., Ray Cook, Dalton Cook, Steven Roberts, Dalton Polston, Jason Croft, Lamar Haygood, Vic Hill

Lucas Oil Feature Finish (50 Laps):
FINISH
START
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
EARNINGS
1
2
18x
Michael Page
Villa Rica, GA
$12,000
2
1
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
$6,300
3
7
2
Brandon Overton
Evans, GA
$3,500
4
5
0m
Chris Madden
Gray Court, SC
$2,750
5
4
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
$3,350
6
3
17m
Dale McDowell
Chickamauga, GA
$1,800
7
6
1m
Devin Moran ®
Dresden, OH
$2,300
8
10
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$1,300
9
21
157
Mike Marlar
Winfield, TN
$1,200
10
12
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
$1,800
11
8
7m
Donald McIntosh
Dawsonville, GA
$1,075
12
15
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
$1,850
13
11
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
$1,725
14
13
23
Cory Hedgecock
Loudon, TN
$1,000
15
9
21
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Batesville, AR
$1,700
16
16
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$1,700
17
20
1T
Tyler Erb ®
New Waverly, TX
$1,700
18
18
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruses, NM
$1,800
19
23
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
$1,800
20
17
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
$1,700
21
22
8P
David Payne
Murphy, NC
$1,000
22
19
16
Austin Horton
Whitesburg, GA
$1,000
23
14
22R
Will Roland
Jasper, GA
$1,000
24
24
1V
Vic Hill
Mosheim, TN
$1,000
 
Race Statistics
Entrants: 39
Lap Leaders: Michael Page (1-50)
Wrisco Feature Winner: Michael Page
Margin of Victory: 1.057 seconds
Cautions: None
Series Provisionals: Earl Pearson Jr
Miller Welders Fast Time Provisionals: Vic Hill
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Mike Marlar (Advanced 12 Positions)
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport
Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Brandon Overton
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Jimmy Owens
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Devin Moran
COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Durham Racing Engines Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Stinger Race Cars
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Jeff Strope
Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Michael Page (Lap #1 - 15.8978 seconds)
Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Stormy Scott
STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Michael Page (50 Laps)
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Jimmy Owens
Time of Race: 14 minutes 04 seconds
 
 
Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
EARNINGS
1
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
8045
$272,187.60
2
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
7575
$161,015.08
3
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
7450
$182,812.57
4
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
7380
$224,102.70
5
1T
Tyler Erb ®
New Waverly, TX
7370
$180,266.34
6
1m
Devin Moran ®
Dresden, OH
7130
$129,340.03
7
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
7050
$168,927.59
8
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
7020
$149,086.31
9
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
6345
$94,345.00
9
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
6345
$108,090.00
11
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruses, NM
6010
$75,230.00
12
21
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Batesville, AR
5800
$69,515.00
13
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
5350
$83,825.00
 
*Results are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day*

 

 

  
 

Don O'Neal Wins Second Career Pittsburgher
(HeathLawsonPhotos.com)
Don O'Neal Wins Second Career Pittsburgher
 
IMPERIAL, PA (October 5, 2019) - Don O'Neal won his second Pittsburgher 100 in the last three years on Saturday Night at Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway. In taking home the $20,000 first place prize, he also earns his first Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory of 2019 and became the 18th different Series winner this season.
 
Davenport led from the start of the race and appeared to be on the way to his first Pittsburgher 100 victory. Throughout the latter half of the event, he fought off O'Neal's constant challenges, but was pulling away when a caution came out for a stalled car in turn four. Under the lap 93 caution, Davenport slowed to a stop in the middle of the backstretch, and was pushed back to the hot pit area to add fuel to his Longhorn Chassis.
 
Earl Pearson Jr. charged from the 23rd stating spot to finish second behind O'Neal. Tim McCreadie rallied from two pitstops to finish in third. Jimmy Owens fought his way back to finish fourth after tangling with another car just shy of half way and having to restart at the tail, and 2-time Pittsburgher 100 winner, Gregg Satterlee, rounded out the top five.
 
Davenport sprinted to the lead at the start of the race with Hudson O'Neal and Shanon Buckingham following in second and third. That trio held the top-three positions for the first ten laps of the race. Don O'Neal then began to challenge his 19-year-old son in a battle for second. The two O'Neal's ran side-by-side for several circuits in the race for second behind Davenport who was building a commanding lead over the field. After clearing his son, Don O'Neal began to track down Davenport. By lap 70 he had pulled his car alongside of Davenport's in the battle for the top spot.
 
Don O'Neal used the late-race restart to pull away from a hard-charging Pearson to pick up the 46th Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of his career. "Man, I needed this win bad. We have a had a good car over the last month. I am pumped! Our car was better on the long green flag runs. I thought I could get by Jonathan a couple times late in the race. I tried to make him [Davenport] run a little bit harder than he wanted to and I wanted him to know I was there. My car kept wanting to die on the last caution, so I am glad the race ended when it did."
 
Pearson was pleased with his well-earned finish. "We had a pretty good run tonight. We struggled all night before the feature and changed a lot on the car after the B-Main. We are definitely proud that all of our hard work paid off. The track was racy, and you could move all around it. Congratulations to Don on the win. It's pretty crazy how these 100 lap races turn out sometimes with the veteran guys running up front."
 
McCreadie charged back late in the race to join O'Neal and Pearson on the Lucas Oil podium. "I don't know what cut the tire down earlier in the race. My car was really crooked for the early part of the race and that was making it hard on the left rear. The car got better after we pitted."
 
The winner's Clint Bowyer Racing, Rocket Chassis is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and is sponsored by DEKALB Asgrow, Crawford Outdoor, Cometic Gasket, Ford Performance, Ditzfeld Transfer, Integra Racing Shocks, Sunoco Race Fuels, and Peak Antifreeze and Coolant.
 
Completing the top ten were Tyler Erb, Billy Moyer Jr., Scott Bloomquist, Jonathan Davenport, and Hudson O'Neal.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
Race Summary
Saturday, October 5th, 2019  
Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway - Imperial, PA

Miller Welders Time Trials
Fast Time Group A: Tim McCreadie / 18.696 seconds (overall)
Fast Time Group B: Jonathan Davenport / 18.713 seconds

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Shanon Buckingham, Tim McCreadie, Jacob Hawkins, Ryan Montgomery, Johnny Scott, Doug Drown, Mike Marlar, Earl Pearson, Jr., Jon Hodgkiss, Dylan Yoder-DNS

FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Michael Norris, Gregg Satterlee, Billy Moyer, Jr., Josh Richards, Tyler Erb ®, Kyle Bronson, Andrew Wylie, Reid Millard, Trever Feathers

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Jonathan Davenport, Don O'Neal, Stormy Scott, Colton Flinner, Chub Frank, Chuck Kimble, Derek Stefanick, Mason Zeigler

Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #4 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Hudson O'Neal, Jimmy Owens, Devin Moran ®, Jared Miley, Gary Stuhler, Dan Angelicchio, Bryan Bernheisel, Joe Kienzle, Kelvin Kohan-DNS

Lucas Oil Products Red "N" Tacky Spray Grease B-Main Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Tyler Erb ®, Johnny Scott, Mike Marlar, Kyle Bronson, Doug Drown, Earl Pearson, Jr., Andrew Wylie, Reid Millard, Jon Hodgkiss-DNS, Trever Feathers-DNS, Dylan Yoder-DNS

FAST Shafts B-Main Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Chub Frank, Scott Bloomquist, Bryan Bernheisel, Dan Angelicchio, Gary Stuhler, Chuck Kimble, Derek Stefanick, Joe Kienzle, Mason Zeigler-DNS, Kelvin Kohan-DNS

Lucas Oil Feature Finish (50 Laps):
FINISH
START
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
EARNINGS
1
6
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$20,000
2
23
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
$10,800
3
5
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
$6,700
4
8
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
$4,800
5
7
22
Gregg Satterlee
Indiana, PA
$3,500
6
17
1T
Tyler Erb ®
New Waverly, TX
$3,300
7
11
21
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Batesville, AR
$2,800
8
20
0
Scott Bloomquist
Mooresburg, TN
$2,000
9
2
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
$3,000
10
4
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$2,450
11
15
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
$2,450
12
1
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
$2,300
13
18
1*
Chub Frank
Bear Lake, PA
$1,550
14
24
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
$2,200
15
16
10
Jared Miley
South Park, PA
$1,450
16
19
1st
Johnny Scott
Las Cruces, NM
$1,400
17
14
48
Colton Flinner
Allison Park, PA
$1,350
18
10
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruses, NM
$2,000
19
13
12
Ryan Montgomery
Fairmont, WV
$1,250
20
21
157
Mike Marlar
Winfield, TN
$1,200
21
12
1m
Devin Moran ®
Dresden, OH
$1,900
22
9
8
Jacob Hawkins
Fairmont, WV
$1,200
23
22
119
Bryan Bernheisel
Jonestown, PA
$1,200
24
3
72
Michael Norris
Sarver, PA
$1,200

Race Statistics
Entrants: 37
Lap Leaders: Jonathan Davenport (Laps 1 - 93); Don O'Neal (Laps 94 - 100)
Wrisco Feature Winner: Don O'Neal
Margin of Victory: 0.644 seconds
Cautions: Tim McCreadie (Lap 6); Debris (Lap 15); Scott Bloomquist (Lap 26); Jimmy Owens, Hudson O'Neal (Lap 48); Devin Moran (Lap 55); Ryan Montgomery (Lap 62); Stormy Scott (Lap63); Josh Richards (Lap 93); Johnny Scott (Lap 99)
Series Provisionals: Earl Pearson Jr., Kyle Bronson
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Earl Pearson Jr. (Advanced 21 Positions)
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport
Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Earl Pearson Jr
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Don O'Neal
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tyler Erb
COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Cornett Racing Engines
Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Brian Leonberg (Don O'Neal)
Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Jonathan Davenport (Lap #7 - 19.209 seconds)
Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Jonathan Davenport
STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Jonathan Davenport (93 Laps)
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Shanon Buckingham
Time of Race: 73 minutes 11 seconds

Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
EARNINGS
1
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
7840
$268,837.60
2
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
7395
$159,215.08
3
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
7280
$180,962.57
4
1T
Tyler Erb ®
New Waverly, TX
7225
$178,566.34
5
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
7140
$217,802.70
6
1m
Devin Moran ®
Dresden, OH
6935
$127,040.03
7
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
6900
$167,227.59
8
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
6885
$147,286.31
9
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
6215
$106,390.00
10
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
6180
$92,620.00
11
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruses, NM
5870
$73,430.00
12
21
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Batesville, AR
5645
$67,815.00
13
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
5160
$82,525.00

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

 

Bronson Takes First Lucas Oil Appearance at Raceway 7

  
 
Bronson Takes First Lucas Oil Appearance at Raceway 7
(HeathLawsonPhotos.com)
 
CONNEAUT, OH (October 4, 2019) - Kyle Bronson took advantage of race leader Jimmy Owens' misfortune on lap 45 and then went on to win his third career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series race on Friday night at Raceway 7. The event is the biggest dirt late model race in 16 years at the Northeast Ohio facility and was held in front of a packed grandstand. The A-Main saw a dramatic ending as Owens' dominance of the race came to an end after he slowed suddenly. With four laps to go he pulled pit side, ending his bid for a fifth series victory of the season.
 
Bronson led the first nine laps of the race before yielding the lead to Owens. Upon inheriting the lead back from Owens' misfortune, the Florida native then quickly pulled away from second-place-running Tim McCreadie to win the event. With his podium finish, McCreadie maintains second place in the Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings after coming home in the runner-up position. He was followed to the stipe by Josh Richards, Hudson O'Neal, and Jonathan Davenport.
 
Bronson was several car lengths behind Owens when the 3-time Series Champion slowed suddenly and dropped out of the race. "These races are so tough to win. I feel terrible for Jimmy, he was the class of the field tonight. He was gone and in another zip code. Jimmy and his guys have been helping me a lot lately. I hate it for those guys as well. I knew when they said over race control McCreadie was second, that I just needed to hit my marks and take care of my race car, because he would race me clean."
 
In McCreadie's post-race interview, he was grateful for another podium finish. "Once the track cleaned off in the middle, we couldn't maneuver anymore. This is one of the smoothest tracks we have been on in a while. We brought the car home in one piece, so we should be ready for tomorrow at Pittsburgh. We finished second in our only other appearance here before (in a Big Block Modified), so I guess that's the best we could do tonight as well. They filled nearly every seat in the grandstands tonight, so thank you to everyone who came out to support this event."
 
With his third-place finish, Richards managed to keep himself just behind McCreadie in the Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings. "I thought we were going to be better than we were tonight. The car was too loose at the start of the race. We had a third or fourth place car, but as the race wore on, we got better. When we got some heat in the right rear tire, we closed on McCreadie, but we didn't have enough to pass him. We have had a lot of speed near the end of a lot of races this season, but we have just some bad breaks. The last time I was here John Gill was driving for my dad (Mark Richards), so it's kind of neat to finally race here."
 
The winner's Rocket Chassis is powered by a Durham Racing Engine and sponsored by Brandon Ford, Brandon Collision, All-Florida Real Estate Group, Racecar Engineering, Integra Shocks, VP Fuels, and Valvoline.
 
Completing the top ten were Mike Marlar, Mason Zeigler, Tyler Erb, Max Blair, and Doug Drown.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
Race Summary
Friday, October 4th, 2019  
Raceway 7 - Conneaut, OH

Miller Welders Time Trials
Fast Time Group A: Don O'Neal / 17.054 seconds (New Track Record)
Fast Time Group B: Devin Moran / 17.115 seconds

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Josh Richards, Tim McCreadie, Chub Frank, Stormy Scott, Chad Wright, Gregg Satterlee, Earl Pearson, Jr., Don O'Neal

FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Jimmy Owens, Mike Marlar, Billy Moyer, Jr., Max Blair, Shanon Buckingham, Ryan Scott, Bump Headman, Charles Powell

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Kyle Bronson, Tyler Erb ®, Devin Moran ®, Jared Miley, Jacob Hawkins, Breyton Santee, Jerry Aber, Ryan Markham

Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #4 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Jonathan Davenport, Hudson O'Neal, Mason Zeigler, Doug Drown, Johnny Scott, Darrell Bossard, Garrett Mott, Austin Hubbard-DNS

Lucas Oil Products Red "N" Tacky Spray Grease B-Main Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Shanon Buckingham, Gregg Satterlee, Earl Pearson, Jr., Don O'Neal, Chad Wright, Charles Powell, Ryan Scott, Bump Headman

FAST Shafts B-Main Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Johnny Scott, Jacob Hawkins, Darrell Bossard, Ryan Markham, Breyton Santee, Jerry Aber, Garrett Mott, Austin Hubbard-DNS

Lucas Oil Feature Finish (50 Laps):
FINISH
START
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
EARNINGS
1
2
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
$12,700
2
5
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
$6,200
3
1
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
$4,300
4
8
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$3,450
5
4
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
$3,350
6
7
157
Mike Marlar
Winfield, TN
$1,800
7
12
25Z
Mason Zeigler
Chalk Hill, PA
$1,500
8
6
1T
Tyler Erb ®
New Waverly, TX
$2,100
9
15
111
Max Blair
Centerville, PA
$1,200
10
16
12d
Doug Drown
Wooster, OH
$1,100
11
10
1m
Devin Moran ®
Dresden, OH
$1,775
12
13
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruses, NM
$1,750
13
14
10
Jared Miley
South Park, PA
$1,025
14
19
22
Gregg Satterlee
Indiana, PA
$1,000
15
23
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
$1,000
16
17
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
$1,700
17
18
1st
Johnny Scott
Las Cruces, NM
$1,000
18
21
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
$1,800
19
22
22b
Darrell Bossard
Centerville, PA
$1,000
20
3
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
$1,900
21
11
21
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Batesville, AR
$1,700
22
9
1*
Chub Frank
Bear Lake, PA
$1,000
23
20
8
Jacob Hawkins
Fairmont, WV
$1,000
24
24
M1
Chad Wright
Springboro, PA
$1,000

Race Statistics
Entrants: 32
Lap Leaders: Kyle Bronson (Lap 1-9), Jimmy Owens (Lap 10-45), Kyle Bronson (Lap 46-50)
Wrisco Feature Winner: Kyle Bronson
Margin of Victory: 1.548 seconds
Cautions: Johnny Scott (Lap 6); Jimmy Owens (Lap 46)
Series Provisional: Don O'Neal
Miller Welders Fast Time Provisional: Chad Wright
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Don O'Neal (Advanced 8 Positions)
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport
Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Hudson O'Neal
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Josh Richards
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tyler Erb
COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Durham Racing Engines
Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Tanner Birdwell (Kyle Bronson)
Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Jimmy Owens (Lap #11 - 18.505 seconds)
Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Jimmy Owens
STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Jimmy Owens (36 Laps)
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Josh Richards
Time of Race: 22 minutes 24 seconds

Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
EARNINGS
1
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
7645
$265,837.60
2
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
7165
$152,515.08
3
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
7105
$178,512.57
4
1T
Tyler Erb ®
New Waverly, TX
7025
$175,266.34
5
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
6930
$213,002.70
6
1m
Devin Moran ®
Dresden, OH
6810
$125,140.03
7
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
6720
$164,777.59
8
1
Earl Pearson, Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
6655
$136,486.31
9
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
6055
$104,190.00
10
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
6010
$90,320.00
11
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruses, NM
5730
$71,430.00
12
21
Billy Moyer, Jr.
Batesville, AR
5450
$65,015.00
13
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
4910
$62,525.00

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

 

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DURRENCE LAYNE LATE MODEL series

KNOWLES SWEEPS DURRENCE LAYNE DLMS NASCAR WEEKEND AT TST

 
              EASTABOGA, AL – Just call him butter because he’s on a roll! Jake Knowles drove the Phillips Properties/Curbow Logging Longhorn to his seventh Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series win of the season on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track. Knowles took the lead on lap 44 and then pulled away to sweep NASCAR Weekend at the Hornet’s Nest.

 
              In his last four starts, Knowles has three wins and a second-place finish. In taking his third Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series win at Talladega Short Track this season, Knowles now has a 104 point lead with three or four races left in the season. Knowles is close to clinching the $10,000 National Championship and hoisting the Durrence Layne Cup.

 
              Knowles had to earn his seventh win of the season, as Jadon Frame of Decherd, TN took the lead from the pole position at the start of the race, and led the first 43 laps. The track locked down early in the race, and Frame was trying to hang on to a damaged race car. Knowles put on the pressure late in the race, and shot alongside Frame down the backstretch on lap 44.

 
              “Jadon slowed down late in the race, so I figured he has used up his tires,” Knowles said. “I got under him coming off turn two, and had the inside line going to turn three. I was able to hit the rubber in the groove, and then drive off turn four to take the lead. I have a great crew that do all of the work on my car back at the shop because I’m always busy working on customers’ cars. I couldn’t do all of this without them.” 

 
Knowles is looking forward to going to Southern Raceway in Milton, FL for the two-race 12th Annual Southern 100 on November 8 and 9, but is he anxious to race, or is he looking forward to partaking in the local cuisine?
“We have some good notes from last year at Milton, FL, so we’ll start with what we learned, and go from there,” Knowles said. “There is one that’s for sure, we’re going to eat some good seafood!”
Frame hung on to finish second in the Frame Racing Rocket that was wrecked on lap two and he was the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Race. The “Hohenwald Gang” raided the field with Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN taking third in the Johns Farms Special, and Tyler Wood of Hohenwald, TN finishing fourth in the Johns Farms Special. 
T.J. Brittain of Centre, AL was fifth in the Brittain Hauling Warrior, and Cruz Skinner of Oxford, AL took the sixth spot in the Skinner’s Body Shop Special. Wil Herrington’s Crew Chief Hank put the Gold Lab touch on the Middle Georgia Roofing CVR, as he started 18th and finished seventh to earn the Knowles Race Parts and Bodies Hard Charger Award and the Fullmoon Graphics “Lucky 7” Award.
Jake Teague of Oliver Springs, TN finished eighth in the Wade’s Body Shop Special to take the Tire Skinz Eighth-Place Award, and Chase Walls of Decherd, TN was ninth in the Live Pure CVR. Mike Combs of Odenville, AL rounded out the top ten in the Legacy Environmental Process Rocket.
In preliminary action, Frame was the Boyd Built Fabricators Fast Qualifier in group qualifying for the 29-car field. Frame turned a lap around Talladega Short Track in 14.521 seconds.  The two ten-lap KRC Power Steering B-Main Races were won by Skinner and Teague.
The race got off to a wild start with anxious drivers and hard contact. The outside front row starter Brandon Williams of Crossville, TN jumped the start two straight times, and was penalized one row for the second restart. That put Knowles on the outside of the front row next to the polesitter Frame.
Frame took the lead at the start of the race followed by Knowles, Williams, Wood, and Johns. When the field reached turn one, a multi-car crash ensued with cars stacked on top of each other to black the track and bring out the red flag.  Everyone was able to continue except Randall Walker of Eastaboga, AL in the Walker Racing Rocket.
Williams was on the outside of Knowles for the Dixie-Style Double-File Restart, and Williams tried to put his Jeff Woods Construction Special between Knowles and Frame when the green flag came out. Williams hooked his right front on the left rear of Frame and they spun in front of the field in turn one. Several cars piled in to block the track and bring out another red flag. Williams’ car had too much damage and was out for the night.
Frame had a car with damage on the left front and the left rear, but he led Knowles, Wood, Johns, and Britton for the restart. After the green flag came back out, the field raced another lap before John Ownbey of Cleveland, TN and Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN got together on the backstretch.
Hanger stalled the Hanger Racing CVR on the front straightaway on lap three to bring out the third caution flag. Frame led Knowles, Johns, Wood, Britton, Skinner, Herrington, Teague, Ownbey in the Orr Brothers Construction Special and Donald Johns of Summertown, TN in the Stewart Farms Special for the double-file restart.
The field raced under green for five more laps when David Eubanks of Powder Springs, GA hooked the back of another car that caused his Norman Campers Rocket to make a hard right turn and nose into the wall at the head of the backstretch on lap eight. 
Fortunately, there was a tire barrier at the spot of the heavy impact, but the sudden stop brought out the red flag so safety personnel could quickly reach Eubanks. Although he had his air knocked out of him, Eubanks climbed out of his car under his own power and was uninjured. Durrence Layne Racing officials called for a single-file restart due to track conditions.
Frame was able to pull out to a four car-length advantage over Knowles after the restart, as the track began to develop a “sweet spot” in the laid down rubber, and a driver that dared move out of the fast groove did so at his own peril. The top ten of Frame, Knowles, Oakley Johns, Wood, Britton, Skinner, Herrington, Teague, Ownbey, and Donald Johns ran single file.
Frame caught the cars on the tail end of the lead lap by lap 23, the field closed up as they carefully moved around lapped cars trying not to get out of the fast groove. By lap 34, Knowles began to look inside Frame for an opportunity to challenge for the lead.
Ownbey brought out the fifth and final caution flag of the race on lap 36 when he stalled out of the ninth spot in turn two. Frame, Knowles, Oakley Johns, Wood, Britton, Skinner, Herrington, Teague, Walls, and Combs lined up single-file for the restart. Frame couldn’t shake Knowles after the green flag came back out, and Knowles once again began to look inside the leader by lap 40.
Knowles pulled alongside Frame to challenge for the lead on lap 42, but couldn’t complete the pass for the lead. Knowles tried again coming off the second turn on lap 44, stayed side-by-side with Frame down the backstretch and through turn three. Knowles sealed the deal and took the lead coming off the fourth turn. 
The pass for the lead on a locked down race track earned Knowles the VP Racing Lubricants Slick Move of the Race Award. Once in the lead, Knowles pulled away from Frame in the seven remaining laps to take the checkered flag with a 3.354 second margin of victory.
The next event for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series will be the 12th Annual Southern 100 at Southern Raceway in Milton, FL on November 8-9. Friday November 8 will feature a $3,000-to-win 30-lap main event, and there will be a $7,000-to-win 70 lap race on Saturday November 9.

 
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.

 
OFFICIAL RESULTS OF ROUND 16 AT TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK IN EASTABOGA, AL ON 10/12/19:

 
POS      STRT   CAR #  DRIVER                            HOMETOWN                  LAPS    $ WON
1.           4            66          Jake Knowles                  Rome, GA                         50          $2,500
2.           1            J8          Jadon Frame (R)             Decherd, TN                     50          $1,250
3.           6            C6         Oakley Johns                   Hohenwald, TN                50          $850
4.           3            17jr      Tyler Wood                      Hohenwald, TN                50          $700
5.           7            05          T.J. Brittain                     Centre, AL                        50          $650
6.           9            11          Cruz Skinner (R)            Oxford, AL                       50          $550
7.           18          14          Wil Herrington (R)        Hawkinsville, GA            50          $500
8.           10          117       Jake Teague                     Oliver Springs, TN         50          $450
9.           16          25          Chase Walls (R)                             Decherd, TN                     50          $400
10.         13          5            Mike Combs                     Odenville, AL                   50          $375
11.         19          J39       Jimmy Elliott                   Cleveland, TN                  50          $350
12.         20          19          Marcus Minga                 Shannon, MS                    50          $300
13.         11          C66       Donald Johns                   Summertown, TN            50          $280
14.         23          R44       Rod Carroll                      Eastaboga, AL                 50          $260
15.         24          B97       Lee Burdett                      Hueytown, AL                  43          $250
16.         12          J0          John Ownbey                   Cleveland, TN                  35          $250
17.         17          7            Dennis Collins                  Gadsden, AL                    24          $250
18.         8            29          Christian Hanger            Winchester, TN               22          $250
19.         22          1            Austin Freeman               Pell City, AL                    21          $250
20.         15          F97       Red Farmer                      Hueytown, AL                  16          $250
21.         5            16          Sam Seawright                Fort Payne, AL                7            $250
22.         21          14e        David Eubanks                Powder Springs, GA       6            $250
23.         2            95          Brandon Williams          Crossville, TN                  1            $250
24.         14          14jr      Randall Walker                             Eastaboga, AL                 1            $250     

 
ENTRIES: 29
BOYD BILT FAST QUALIFIER: Frame, 14.521 Seconds
PROVISIONALS: None
LEAD CHANGES: 1
LAP LEADERS: Frame, 1-43; Knowles, 44-50
LAPS LED: Frame, 43; Knowles, 7
KNOWLES RACE PARTS HARD CHARGER: Herrington (started 18th and finished 7th)
VP RACING LUBRICANTS SLICK MOVE OF THE RACE: Knowles
FULLMOON GRAPHICS LUCKY 7 AWARD: Herrington
TIRE SKINZ EIGHTH-PLACE AWARD: Teague
KEYSER MANUFACTURING HARD LUCK AWARD: Walker
CRUISE WITH THE CHAMPIONS ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Frame
KRC HEAT RACE WINNER AWARDS: Skinner and Teague
CAUTIONS: 5 (3 Red Flags)
MARGIN OF VICTORY: 3.354 Seconds
TIME OF THE RACE: 1 Hour, 8 Minutes and 12.891 Seconds
NEXT EVENT: November 8, Southern Raceway, Milton, FL, 12th Annual Southern 100, $3,000-to-win, 30 Laps; November 9, $7,000-to-win, 70 Laps

 

KNOWLES TAKES DURRENCE LAYNE LATE MODEL WIN NUMBER SIX AT TST


 
              EASTABOGA, AL – Jake Knowles of Rome, GA took another step towards the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series National Championship with his sixth win of the season on Friday night at Talladega Short Track driving the Phillips Properties/Curbow Logging Longhorn. 

 
              In his last four Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series starts, Knowles has three wins and a second, and now holds a 92 point lead over Cruz Skinner of Oxford, AL in the National point standings with just a few races left in the season. In 15 races, Knowles has six wins, 12 top five finishes, and 15 top ten finishes.

 
              Knowles led all 40 laps of Friday night’s race and held off a late race charge from 16-year-old Sam Seawright of Fort Payne, AL. Seawright dove to the inside of Knowles on the last turn of the last lap in lapped traffic, but Knowles was able to out drag the youngster to the checkered flag.

 
              “After that last caution flag, I was trying to pace myself to keep from hitting lapped traffic before the end of the race, so I slowed down maybe a little too much on the last lap,” Knowles said. “We’re on a roll here lately, so we’ll dust this car off, and get a new set of Hoosier Tires to put on it, and we’ll be ready to go for tomorrow night.”

 
              Seawright had to settle for second in the Agcor Steel Special, and Brandon Williams of Crossville, TN took the third spot in the Jeff Woods Construction Special. Skinner was fourth in the Skinner’s Body Shop Special and was the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Race. T.J. Britton of Centre, AL drove the Brittain Hauling Warrior to a fifth-place finish.

 
              Chase Walls of Decherd, TN finished sixth in the Live Pure CVR and Jimmy Elliott of Cleveland, TN finished seventh in the Car Smart Auto Sales Special to earn the Fullmoon Graphics “Lucky 7” Award. Tyler Wood of Hohenwald, TN was eighth in the Johns Farms Special to take the Tire Skinz Eighth-Place Award.

 
              John Ownbey of Cleveland, TN started 22nd in the Orr Brothers Construction Special and finished ninth to earn the Knowles Race Parts and Bodies Hard Charger Award. Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN rounded out the top ten in the Johns Farms Special.

 
              In preliminary action, Knowles was the overall fast qualifier among the 36 entrants to take the Boyd Built Fabricators Fast Time Award in Group Qualifying with a lap around Talladega Short Track in 14.852 seconds. The two KRC Power Steering 15-lap B-Main races were won by Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN in the Hanger Racing CVR and Brittain.

 
              Knowles took the lead at the drop of the green flag from the pole position followed by Williams, Seawright, David Kay of Munford, AL in the Advantage Plus Excavating Special, and Johns. The first of five caution flags came out on lap two when Hanger spun in turn one. Lee Burdett of Hueytown, AL retired the LB Construction GRT in the opening laps to earn the Keyser Manufacturing Hard Luck Award.

 
              Knowles lined up as the leader for the Dixie-Style Double-File Restart, as second-place Williams chose the inside behind the leader. That put the third-place car of Seawright to Williams’ right on the outside. That worked out for Seawright when the field went green, as he drove around Williams for second, and that Earned Seawright the VP Racing Lubricants Slick Move of the Race Award.

 
              Skinner also made a big move as he came from sixth to fourth by lap three. Jake Rainey of Hiram, GA brought out the second caution flag on lap 11 when he stalled the Wren’s Body Shop Special in turn two. 

 
Knowles was the leader for the restart, and second-place Seawright chose the outside for the double-file restart. Williams, Skinner, Elliott, Kay, Brittain, Jadon Frame of Decherd, TN in the Frame Racing Rocket, Johns and Walls lined up in third through tenth. Mike Combs of Odenville, AL spun the Legacy Environmental Process Rocket in turn two on lap 12 to bring out the yellow flag.
The next restart brought out the red flag when a six-car pile-up on the front straightaway completely blocked the track. The only car taken out of the race in melee was Heath Carr of Ashland, AL in the Carr Logging Special. The restart saw Brittain drive around the outside of Kay to take over the fifth spot.
Knowles had a half straightaway lead over Seawright at the halfway point of the race, and he caught the cars on the tail of lead lap by lap 24. Knowles was able to keep at least one lapped car between himself and Seawright to begin with, but Seawright and Williams began to close in on Knowles by lap 27.
Rainey spun in turn two on lap 29 to bring out the caution flag, which put the leaders with clear race track in front of them for the restart. Knowles led Seawright, Williams, Skinner, Brittain, Kay, Walls, Frame, Elliott, and Dennis Collins of Gadsden, AL in the Meeks Truck and Trailer Repair Rocket as the top ten for the restart.
Knowles was able to put a car length on Seawright when the field went back to green, but he couldn’t pull away. Kay gave up the fifth spot on lap 32 and went to the pits, as the field stayed green. With two laps to go, Seawright and Williams closed to within a half car-length of the leader as Knowles began to work lapped traffic.
On the last lap, Knowles went to the inside to lap Donald Johns of Summertown, TN in the Stewart Farms Special. Seawright dove for a sliver of real estate inside of Knowles in the fourth turn, as the checkered flag waved ahead. Knowles got the bite he needed coming off the last turn, and he beat the youngster to the $2,000 payday.
The Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series returns to Talladega Short Track on Saturday night for a $2,500-to-win, 50-lap main event, Round 16 of the 2019 season, and the fifth race of the season for the season at TST.

 
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.

 
OFFICIAL RESULTS OF ROUND 15 AT TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK IN EASTABOGA, AL ON 10/11/19:

 
POS      STRT   CAR #  DRIVER                            HOMETOWN                  LAPS    $ WON
1.           1            66          Jake Knowles                  Rome, GA                         40          $2,000
2.           3            16          Sam Seawright (YG)      Fort Payne, AL                40          $1,000
3.           2            95          Brandon Williams          Crossville, TN                  40          $700
4.           6            11          Cruz Skinner (R)            Oxford, AL                       40          $550
5.           10          05          T.J. Brittain                     Centre, AL                        40          $500
6.           15          25          Chase Walls (R)                             Decherd, TN                     40          $425
7.           8            J39       Jimmy Elliott                   Cleveland, TN                  40          $375
8.           17          17jr      Tyler Wood                      Hohenwald, TN                40          $350
9.           22          J0          John Ownbey                   Cleveland, TN                  40          $325
10.         5            C5         Oakley Johns                   Hohenwald, TN                40          $300
11.         7            14          Wil Herrington (R)        Hawkinsville, GA            40          $275
12.         9            29          Christian Hanger            Winchester, TN               40          $250
13.         13          7            Dennis Collins                  Gadsden, AL                    40          $225
14.         17          117       Jake Teague                     Oliver Springs, TN         40          $200
15.         14          J8          Jadon Frame (R)             Decherd, TN                     40          $200
16.         24          C66       Donald Johns                   Summertown, TN            39          $200
17.         20          19          Marcus Minga                 Shannon, MS                    39          $200
18.         11          5            Mike Combs                     Odenville, AL                   36          $200
19.         4            K5         David Kay                        Munford, AL                    32          $200
20.         23          87          Jake Rainey (R/YG)       Hiram, GA                        28          $200
21.         21          17          Hayden Franklin             Alabaster, AL                  22          $200
22.         19          14jr      Randall Walker                             Eastaboga, AL                 20          $200
23.         16          3            Heath Carr                       Ashland, AL                     12          $200
24.         18          B97       Lee Burdett                      Hueytown, AL                  1            $200

 
ENTRIES: 36
BOYD BILT FAST QUALIFIER: Knowles, 14.852 Seconds
PROVISIONALS: Rainey and D. Johns
LEAD CHANGES: None
LAPS LED: Knowles, 1-40
KNOWLES RACE PARTS HARD CHARGER: Ownbey (started 22nd and finished 9th)
VP RACING LUBRICANTS SLICK MOVE OF THE RACE: Seawright
FULLMOON GRAPHICS LUCKY 7 AWARD: Elliott
TIRE SKINZ EIGHTH-PLACE AWARD: Wood
KEYSER MANUFACTURING HARD LUCK AWARD: Burdett
CRUISE WITH THE CHAMPIONS ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Skinner
KRC HEAT RACE WINNER AWARDS: Brittain and Hanger
CAUTIONS: 5
NEXT EVENT: Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL, $2,500-to-win, 50-laps
 

 

ALL HAIL KING JEREMY III AS SHAW IS DURRENCE LAYNE DLMS KING OF THE CRATES


 
              TUSCUMBIA, AL – Jeremy Shaw of Millport, AL came out of retirement this week as a fill-in driver, and left North Alabama Speedway on Saturday night as King Jeremy III after winning the 3rd Annual King of the Crates for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series. Shaw led a perfect59 of 60 laps in the Steele’s Dive Barry Wright to take the $5,000 win.

 
              Shaw hung up his helmet with an impressive resume of big wins two years ago to spend time with his family, work a fulltime job, and he even started college. A phone call earlier in the week from car owner Jason Steele led to Shaw standing in Victory Lane at North Alabama Speedway wearing a King’s Crown and holding a $5,000 check.

 
              “This is unbelievable,” Shaw said. “Jason Steele called me earlier this week to fill in for Chase Washington, who wasn’t feeling well, and I had been in retirement for a couple of years. They gave me the best handling race car I’ve ever been in, and I want to dedicate this win to Chase. This one’s for him. It’s been seven years to the day that I won another Durrence Layne $5,000-to-win race, and I guess I was thinking too much because the second-place car came up and hit me in the door. That gave me a wake-up call, so I stepped up the pace and I didn’t see them again.”

 
              The Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series point leader Jake Knowles of Rome, GA came up one spot short of defending his King of the Crates title. King Jake II had to settle for second in the Knowles Race Parts and Bodies Special. 

 
              Polesitter Dustin Harris of Flintville, TN had an up and down night in the Value Cargo Vans Special. He fell back as far as sixth, but rallied late in the race to finish third. Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN started 19th in the Hanger Racing CVR, ran as high as second, and ended up fourth to earn the Knowles Race Parts and Bodies Hard Charger Award.

 
              Jaden Frame of Decherd, TN was the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Race with a fifth-place finish in the Frame Racing Rocket, and Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN was sixth in the Johns Farms Special. Jordan Hedger of Crittenden, KY took the seventh spot in the Gat-A-Go Rental and Septic Services Special to earn the Fullmoon Graphics “Lucky 7” Award.

 
              Josh Putnam of Florence, AL finished eighth in the Putnam Racing Special, and Evan Ellis of Plantersville, MS drove the Ellis Welding Special to a ninth-place finish. Zach Pilcher of Rome, GA rounded out the top ten in the Mathis Trailer and Equipment Sales Special.

 
              In preliminary action, Harris out-qualified the 37-car field in Boyd Built Fabricators Group Qualifying with a lap around North Alabama Speedway in 15.011 seconds. The four ten-lap KRC Power Steering Heat Races were won by Harris, Shaw, Knowles and Johns. The two 12-lap B-Main Races were won by Grant Garrison of Walton, KY in the Darrell Lanigan Racing Special and Mike Henn of Muscle Shoals, AL in the Cox Highway 195 Farm and Tire Supply GRT.

 
              Harris from the pole and the outside front row starting Shaw raced the first lap side-by-side, with Harris leading lap one followed by Shaw, Riley Hickman of Cleveland, TN in the Competition Racing Products Special, Knowles, and Frame. Shaw got the better bite on the outside of turn four on lap two, and grabbed the lead from Harris.

 
              The first of seven caution flags came out on lap five when Mitchell Holloway of Muscle Shoals, AL stalled the 4m Services Special on the inside of turn three. The restart saw the most serious incident of the race when several mid-pack cars tangled on the front straightaway and completely blocked it to bring out the red flag.

 
              No drivers were injured, and Jason Markewitz of Killen, AL came out from the bottom of the pile in the Freedom Trax Mobility Special after a wreck not of his doing. That earned Markewitz the Keyser Manufacturing Hard Luck of the Race Award.

 
              Shaw lined up for the Dixie-Style Double-File Restart with Harris, Hickman, Knowles, Hedger, Jake Rainey of Hiram, GA in the Wren’s Body Shop Special, Justin Maxwell of Spring Hill, TN in the Dixon Plumbing Warrior, and Cruz Skinner of Oxford, AL in the Skinner’s Body Shop Special doubled up behind him in second through tenth respectively.

 
              Hickman got by Harris to take second on lap 11, and Shaw caught the drivers on the tail end of the lead lap by lap 11. Knowles drove under Harris for the third spot on lap 15 coming off the fourth turn. At the halfway point, Shaw led Hickman, Knowles, Harris, Frame, Johns, Skinner, Hedger, Rainey, and Hanger.

 
              Knowles worked to the inside of Hickman on the front straightaway to take over the second spot on lap 32. The caution flag came out on lap 35 when Rainey spun out of the ninth spot in turn four. A series of restarts on the next three consecutive laps helped Hanger march through the top ten. 

 
Hanger restarted ninth, and moved up to seventh by lap 37 when Seth McCormack of Muscle Shoals, AL spun the McCormack Marine Construction Rocket in turn four to bring out the caution flag. On the next restart, Hanger drove up to the fifth spot before Maxwell brought out a caution flag with a spin in turn one.
The next restart saw Hickman drift high in turn one from the third spot, and Hanger filled in the third spot. McCormack spun in turn two on lap 39 to bring out the caution flag for another restart. Knowles chose the inside and Hanger lined up on the outside from the third spot. At the drop of the green flag, Hanger was able to drive around Knowles to take second.
Hanger then zeroed in on Shaw to challenge for the lead. Hanger dove for the inside of turn three on lap 45 and nailed the left side of Shaw’s car, knocking the leader sideways. Hanger lifted and Shaw was able to gather his car up to keep the lead of the race. Shaw seemed to catch another gear, and he pulled away from Hanger.
Rainey brought out the caution flag for the seventh and final time on lap 47 with a spin. Shaw led the field for the restart, and Hanger chose the outside with Knowles in the third spot on the inside behind the leader. Frame, Harris, Johns, Hedger, Putnam, Ellis and Pilcher were fourth through tenth respectively.
Knowles was able to take advantage of Hanger’s decision to choose the outside, as Knowles drove under Hanger to reclaim the second spot. That earned Knowles the VP Racing Lubricants Slick Move of the Race Award. Knowles tried to chase down Shaw, but he ran out of laps. With ten laps to go, Shaw had opened up a half straightaway lead on Knowles.
The next two races for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series will take place at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL for NASCAR Weekend next weekend. Friday night will see a $2,000-to-win 40-lap race, and next Saturday night it’s a $2,500-to-win 50-lap race.

 
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.

 
OFFICIAL RESULTS OF ROUND 14 AT NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY IN TUSCUMBIA, AL ON 10/5/19:

 
POS      STRT   CAR #  DRIVER                            HOMETOWN                  $ WON
1.           2            38          Jeremy Shaw                   Millport, AL                     $5,000
2.           3            66          Jake Knowles                  Rome, GA                         $2,500
3.           1            4            Dustin Harris                   Flintville, TN                    $1,750
4.           19          29          Christian Hanger            Winchester, TN               $1,500
5.           6            J8          Jadon Frame (R)             Decherd, TN                     $1,250
6.           4            C6         Oakley Johns                   Hohenwald, TN                $1,000
7.           7            94          Jordan Hedger                Crittenden, KY                $850
8.           22          212       Josh Putnam                    Florence, AL                    $750
9.           15          73          Evan Ellis                         Plantersville, MS            $650
10.         13          87p       Zach Pilcher                     Rome, GA                         $600
11.         11          11          Cruz Skinner (R)            Oxford, AL                       $550
12.         5            R1         Riley Hickman                Cleveland, TN                  $500
13.         14          19          Marcus Minga                 Shannon, MS                    $450
14.         16          4m        Mitchell Holloway          Muscle Shoals, AL          $400
15.         9            87          Jake Rainey (R/YG)       Hiram, GA                        $380
16.         21          18          Matt Cooper                    McKenzie, TN                  $360
17.         24          17jr      Tyler Wood                      Hohenwald, TN                $340
18.         12          s4          Seth McCormack            Muscle Shoals, AL          $320
19.         8            28          Justin Maxwell                Spring Hill, TN                $300
20.         18          69          Mike Henn                        Muscle Shoals, AL          $300
21.         26          C66       Donald Johns                   Summertown, TN            $300
22.         25          05          T.J. Brittain                     Centre, AL                        $300
23.         20          64          Braden Mitchell                             Russellville, AL               $300
24.         23          14          Wil Herrington (R)        Hawkinsville, GA            $300
25.         10          1            Jason Markewitz            Killen, AL                         $300
26.         17          1            Grant Garrison               Walton, KY                      $300

 
ENTRIES: 37
BOYD BILT FAST QUALIFIER: Harris, 15.011 Seconds
PROVISIONALS: Herrington, Wood, Brittain and D. Johns
LEAD CHANGES: 1
LAP LEADERS: Harris, 1; Shaw, 2-60
LAPS LED: Shaw, 59; Harris, 1
KNOWLES RACE PARTS HARD CHARGER: Hanger (started 19th and finished 4th)
VP RACING LUBRICANTS SLICK MOVE OF THE RACE: Knowles
FULLMOON GRAPHICS LUCKY 7 AWARD: Hedger
KEYSER MANUFACTURING HARD LUCK AWARD: Markewitz
CRUISE WITH THE CHAMPIONS ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Frame
KRC HEAT RACE WINNER AWARDS: Harris, Shaw, Knowles, O. Johns
CAUTIONS: 7
NEXT EVENTS: Talladega Short Track, Eastaboga, AL, $2,000-to-win, 40 Laps, October 11, $2,500-to-win, 50 Laps, October 12
 

 

KNOWLES TAKES FIFTH DURRENCE LAYNE WIN IN NAS KING OF THE CRATE TUNE-UP


 
              TUSCUMBIA, AL – Jake Knowles of Rome, GA drove the Knowles Race Parts and Bodies Longhorn to his fifth Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series win of the season on Friday night at North Alabama Speedway. Knowles took the lead on lap 24 and then held off a late-race challenge from Wil Herrington of Hawkinsville, GA to score the $2,000 victory in the 40-lap event.

 
              “This race track was race friendly tonight, just like it is every time we come here,” Knowles said. “I could run just about anywhere I wanted to, and I think we learned some things tonight that will help us tomorrow night. We’re got a good string of wins and a second-place thrown in there at this track, which is one of my favorite places to race.”

 
              Knowles is the defending champion of the King of the Crates, which is a $5,000-to-win race to be contested on Saturday night for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series at North Alabama Speedway.

 
              Herington came from the tenth starting spot to finish second in the Middle Georgia Roofing CVR, and he was also the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Race. Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN raced in the top five all race long, and took third by a bumper in the Hanger Racing CVR.

 
              Josh Putnam of Florence, AL put on a show at North Alabama Speedway with a spectacular fourth-place finish in the Putnam Racing Special. Putnam came from outside the top ten on a lap 11 restart and moved up to the fifth spot. That earned Putnam the VP Racing Lubricants Slick Move of the Race Award. His run from 15th to fourth earned Putnam the Knowles Race Parts Hard Charger Award.

 
              Polesitter Tyler Wood of Hohenwald, TN led the first 23 laps of the race and ended up fifth in the Johns Farms Special. Cruz Skinner of Oxford, AL drove the Skinner’s Body Shop Special to a sixth-place finish, and Seth McCormack of Muscle Shoals, AL was seventh in the McCormack Marine Construction Rocket to earn the Fullmoon Graphics “Lucky 7” Award.

 
              Grant Garrison of Walton, KY took the eighth spot in the Darrell Lanigan Racing Special, and ninth went to Mitchell Holloway of Muscle Shoals, AL in the 4-M Services Special. Matt Cooper of McKenzie, TN rounded out the top ten in the Cooper Trucking Rocket.

 
              In preliminary action, Wood out-timed the 34-car field in Boyd Built Fabrication Group Qualifying with a lap around North Alabama Speedway in 14.283 seconds. The two 12-lap KRC Power Steering B-Main Races were won by Garrison and Herrington.

 
              Hanger took the lead at the drop of the green flag from his outside front row starting spot followed by Wood, Knowles, Holloway, and Brock Hall of Etheridge, TN in the Hall Insurance Rocket. A caution flag for debris on the first lap slowed the field, as they realigned for a complete restart. 

 
The second green flag saw Wood take the lead followed by Hanger, Knowles, Holloway and Hall. The defending Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Weekly Racing Series National Champion Evan Ellis of Plantersville, MS parked his Ellis Welding Special in the infield on lap three to earn the Keyser Manufacturing Hard Luck Award.
The second caution flag of the race came out on lap 11 when T.J. Brittain of Centre, AL in the Brittain Hauling Warrior and Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS in the Steele’s Dive Special tangled in turn two. Wood had Hanger, Knowles, Holloway, Hall, Herrington, McCormack, Cooper, Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN in the Johns Farms Special and Garrison doubled up behind him in second through tenth respectively for the Dixie-Style Double-File Restart.
The action was fast and furious on the restart with wholesale position changes. Knowles sailed around the outside of Hanger to take over the second spot, Herrington came from sixth to fourth, and Putnam came from out of nowhere and into fifth. Knowles kept chipping away at Wood’s lead for the next dozen laps.
On lap 22, the lead duo exchanged slide jobs in turns three and four, with Wood keeping the lead at the start-finish line. On lap 24, Knowles charged ahead coming off turn four to take the lead. Once he was on the point, Knowles started to pull away from the field. 
As Knowles approached the cars on the tail end of the lead lap on the 30th circuit, Herrington was on the move. Herrington got by Hanger for third on lap 30. With five to go, Herrington moved up to the second spot by passing Wood. As Knowles was about to receive the white flag signaling one lap to go, Brittain stalled on the front straightway to bring out the caution.
That completely changed the complexion of the race. Knowles would restart in the lead with Herrington, Wood, Hanger, Putnam, Holloway, McCormack, Garrison, Skinner, and Johns doubled up behind him in the top ten. It would be a green, white, checkered finish.
The most serious accident of the race occurred on the restart when Hall sailed off the outside of the race track in turn one. Hall hit an SUV pack car and a tree before his race car came to a stop. Hall exited his race car under his own power and walked to the ambulance for evaluation. The VP Race Fuels Young Guns Challenge Series point leader was released uninjured.
              Knowles was able to pull away on the restart while Herrington and Wood battled for second. Herrington cleared Wood, then Hanger and Putnam moved up to challenge for the third spot. Knowles took the checkered flag followed by Herrington. Hanger just edged Putnam for the third spot, and Wood rounded out the top five.

 
              The Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series returns to North Alabama Speedway on Saturday night for the $5,000-to-win 60-lap 3rd Annual King of the Crates. King Jake II is ready, willing, and able to defend his crown.

 
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.

 
OFFICIAL RESULTS OF ROUND 13 AT NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY IN TUSCUMBIA, AL ON 10/4/19:

 
POS      STRT   CAR #  DRIVER                            HOMETOWN                  $ WON
1.           4            66          Jake Knowles                  Rome, GA                         $2,000
2.           10          14          Wil Herrington (R)        Hawkinsville, GA            $1,000
3.           2            29          Christian Hanger            Winchester, TN               $700
4.           15          212       Josh Putnam                    Florence, AL                    $550
5.           1            17jr      Tyler Wood                      Hohenwald, TN                $500
6.           13          11          Cruz Skinner (R)            Oxford, AL                       $425
7.           5            s4          Seth McCormack            Muscle Shoals, AL          $375
8.           9            1            Grant Garrison               Walton, KY                      $350
9.           3            4m        Mitchell Holloway          Muscle Shoals, AL          $325
10.         7            18          Matt Cooper                    McKenzie, TN                  $300
11.         11          94          Jordan Hedger                Crittenden, KY                $275
12.         12          C6         Oakley Johns                  Hohenwald, TN                $250
13.         14          713       Ben Brocato                     Muscle Shoals, AL          $225
14.         23          87          Jake Rainey (R/YG)       Hiram, GA                        $200
15.         21          69          Mike Henn                        Muscle Shoals, AL          $200
16.         24          C66       Donald Johns                   Summertown, TN            $200
17.         22          19          Marcus Minga                 Shannon, MS                    $200
18.         18          05          T.J. Brittain                     Centre, AL                        $200
19.         6            B87       Brock Hall                        Ethridge, TN                    $200
20.         20          72          Steve Russell                    Pontotoc, MS                   $200
21.         16          B44       Grayson Brewer                            Lawrenceburg, TN         $200
22.         17          R1         Riley Hickman                Cleveland, TN                  $200
23.         19          28          Justin Maxwell                Spring Hill, TN                $200
24.         8            73          Evan Ellis                         Plantersville, MS            $200

 
ENTRIES: 34
BOYD BILT FAST QUALIFIER: Wood, 14.283 Seconds
PROVISIONALS: Rainey and D. Johns
LEAD CHANGES: 1
LAP LEADERS: 1-23, Wood; 24-40, Knowles
LAPS LED: Wood, 23; Knowles, 17
KNOWLES RACE PARTS HARD CHARGER: Putnam (started 15th and finished 4th)
VP RACING LUBRICANTS SLICK MOVE OF THE RACE: Putnam
FULLMOON GRAPHICS LUCKY 7 AWARD: McCormack
KEYSER MANUFACTURING HARD LUCK AWARD: Ellis
CRUISE WITH THE CHAMPIONS ROOKIE OF THE RACE: Herrington
KRC HEAT RACE WINNER AWARDS: Garrison and Herrington
CAUTIONS: 4
NEXT EVENT: October 5, $5,000-to-win, 60 Laps, North Alabama Speedway, Tuscumbia, AL
 

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Dirt Track World Championship One Week Away

 
 
BATAVIA, Ohio (October 11, 2019) - The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series is set to cap off the 2019 season with one of the most anticipated events of the year. The 39th Annual Rhino Ag Dirt Track World Championship - Presented by Optima Batteries - will take place October 17th-19th, at Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio.
 
The weekend will get underway on Thursday night with preliminary events for the Open Wheel Modifieds. On Friday, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will Hot Lap, Time Trial, and compete in a single set of 15-lap Heat Races. Additionally, the Limited Late Models will have their preliminary events, along with the $5,000-to-win main event for the Open Wheel Modifieds. A complete program for the Ohio Valley Roofers Legend Car Series is also on tap for Friday night.
 
Saturday's festivities kick off with a Dirt Racing Outreach Service, followed by a Driver Autograph Session. Afterwards, consolation events for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will be held, followed by the 100-lap, $100,000-to-win Dirt Track World Championship. After that, the Limited Late Models will compete in their $4,000-to-win feature, followed by the 25-lap, $3,000-to-win DirtonDirt.com Jim Dunn Memorial Non-Qualifiers Race.
 
The awards presentations for the 2019 Lucas Oil National Champion and Eibach Rookie of the Year will take place on Saturday. Jonathan Davenport leads the current Lucas Oil Championship Standings, while Tyler Erb continues to set the pace in the Eibach Rookie of the Year battle.
 
For more information on the 39th Annual Rhino Ag Dirt Track World Championship - Presented by Optima Batteries, visit: www.thedtwc.com; www.portsraceway.com; or call (740) 354-3278.
 
About Rhino Ag:
Rhino is a leader in the agricultural equipment industry with emphasis on tractor mounted rotary cutters and flail grass mowers, front end tractor loaders, backhoes, and hay mowers; rear blades, post hole diggers, finishing mowers, rotary tillers, boom cutters, and landscape rakes. Rhino equipment is used in agricultural, commercial, or industrial mowing applications, landscape preparation, pasture aeration, roadside maintenance, and many other farm and ranch applications. Three-point, pull-type, and semi-mount units are available. For more information, visit:
www.rhinoag.com.

About Optima Batteries:
With a 40-year history of technological innovation and engineering, Optima products offer unstoppable power for extreme enthusiasts and others who require "The Ultimate Power Source." In the past decade, Optima has revolutionized the industry with the introduction of its unique Spiralcell Technology, as well as developing the first digital battery charger and maintainer. Additional information can be obtained by visiting:
www.optimabatteries.com.
 
Track Information:
Portsmouth Raceway Park
Phone Number: (740) 354-3278
Location: 25648 State Route 73, West Portsmouth, OH 45663
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 38.76585 - Longitude: -83.01739
Directions: 0.5 mile south of US 52 on SR 73, then right just before bridge
 
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Tire Rule:
Left Rear/Fronts - Hoosier Rib 28.5 1300, 1425
Right Rear - Hoosier 01, 04, LM40

*Must use the same set of 4 tires for Time Trials and Heat Races on Friday night.
*For the B-Main, competitors may use 4 new tires.
*For the A-Main, competitors may use 4 new tires.
*For the Non-Qualifiers race, competitors may use 4 new tires.
*Cutting and/or siping of any tire IS allowed.
 
Dirt Track World Championship Purse: 1. $100,000, 2. $20,000 3. $10,000, 4. $7,000 5. $5,000, 6. $3,500, 7. $3,200, 8. $3,000, 9. $2,800, 10. $2,500, 11. $2,450, 12. $2,400, 13. $2,350, 14. $2,300, 15. $2,250, 16. $2,200, 17. $2,150, 18. $2,100, 19. $2,075, 20. $2,060, 21. $2,050, 22. $2,040, 23. $2,030, 24. $2,020, 25. $2,010, 26. $2,000
 
DirtonDirt.com Jim Dunn Memorial Purse: 1. $3,000, 2. $1,500, 3. $1,250, 4. $1,000, 5. $900, 6. $800, 7. $750, 8. $700, 9. $650, 10. $600, 11. $500, 12. $400, 13. $350, 14. $300, 15. $250, 16. $200, 17. $200, 18. $200, 19. $200, 20. $200, 21. $200, 22. $200, 23. $200, 24. $200, 25. $200, 26. $200
 
Previous Dirt Track World Championship Winners:
1981 - Jim Dunn
1982 - Charlie Swartz
1983 - Freddy Smith
1984 - Jack Boggs
1985 - Freddy Smith
1986 - Billy Moyer
1987 - Larry Moore
1988 - Donnie Moran
1989 - John Mason
1990 - Jack Boggs
1991 - Freddy Smith
1992 - Ronnie Johnson
1993 - Freddy Smith
1994 - Ronnie Johnson
1995 - Jack Boggs
1996 - Billy Moyer
1997 - Marshall Green
1998 - Freddy Smith
1999 - Steve Francis
2000 - Wendell Wallace
2001 - Bart Hartman
2002 - Shannon Babb
2003 - Darrell Lanigan
2004 - Rick Eckert
2005 - Scott Bloomquist
2006 - Shannon Babb
2007 - Chub Frank
2008 - Brian Birkhofer
2009 - Jimmy Mars
2010 - Earl Pearson Jr.
2011 - Don O'Neal
2012 - Jimmy Owens
2013 - Brandon Sheppard
2014 - Scott Bloomquist
2015 - Scott Bloomquist
2016 - Brandon Sheppard
2017 - Josh Richards
2018 - Josh Richards
 
Lucas Oil Championship Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
DEFICIT
1
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
7840
 
2
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
7395
-445
3
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
7280
-560
4
1T
Tyler Erb ®
New Waverly, TX
7225
-615
5
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
7140
-700
6
1M
Devin Moran ®
Dresden, OH
6935
-905
7
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
6900
-940
8
1
Earl Pearson Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
6885
-955
9
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
6215
-1625
10
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
6180
-1660
11
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruces, NM
5870
-1970
12
21
Billy Moyer Jr.
Batesville, AR
5645
-2195
13
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
5160
-2680
 
Eibach Rookie of the Year Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
DEFICIT
1
1T
Tyler Erb
New Waverly, TX
7225
 
2
1M
Devin Moran
Dresden, OH
6935
-290
3
12J
Jason Jameson
Lawrenceburg, IN
2495
-4440

 

 

Lucas Oil Late Models Head South to Georgia

 

 
 
BATAVIA, Ohio (October 8, 2019) - The stars of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series have Georgia on their minds. The tour returns to the Peach State this weekend for two back-to-back events at Dixie Speedway on Saturday and Rome International Speedway on Sunday.
 
Dixie Speedway is a 3/8-mile semi-banked, clay oval, located in Woodstock, Ga. The Lucas Oil Dixie Shootout on Saturday, October 12th will feature a complete program of: Miller Welders Time Trials, Heat Races, B-Mains, and a 50-lap, $12,000-to-win main event for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.
 
Recognized as the "World's Fastest Half-Mile Oval," Rome International Speedway is located in Northwest Georgia at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains - just a short drive from Dixie Speedway. On Sunday night, October 13th the Lucas Oil Rome Showdown will include: Miller Welders Time Trials, Heat Races, B-Mains, and a 50-lap, $10,000-to-win main event.
 
In addition to the pulse-pounding action of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, the competition at both venues each night will include: Econo Bombers, Sportsman, Crates, Steel Head/525, and Stinger cars.
 
For tickets and more information on both events, visit: www.dixiespeedway.com or call (770) 926-5315.
 
Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga. leads the current Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings over Tim McCreadie. Josh Richards, Tyler Erb, and Jimmy Owens complete the top-five. With only three events remaining on the 2019 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series campaign, this upcoming weekend's events will be crucial in the current points battle.
 
For the latest breaking news concerning the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, including the latest series standings, tour schedule, driver information, and much more visit: www.lucasdirt.com.
 
Track and Event Information:
Dixie Speedway
Phone Number: 770-926-5315
Location: 150 Dixie Drive, Woodstock, GA 30189
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 34.08914 - Longitude: -84.56119
Directions: I-75 to exit 277, then 6 miles east on SR 92, then north (3/4 mile east of SR 205)
 
Rome International Speedway
Phone Number: 706-235-2541
Location: 1900 Chulio Rd. SE, Rome, GA 30161
GPS Coordinates: Latitude: 34.20123 - Longitude: -85.11039
Directions: 4 miles east of Rome on US 411, then 1.5 miles south on Wilbanks Road, then 0.3 miles east on Chulio Road
 
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Tire Rule:
Left Rear/Fronts - Hoosier Rib 28.5 1350, DRS 1350
Right Rear - Hoosier 03, 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.
*Cutting and/or siping of any tire IS allowed.
 
Dixie Speedway Event Purse: 1. $12,000, 2. $5,500, 3. $3,500, 4. $2,750, 5. $2,250, 6. $1,800, 7. $1,500, 8. $1,300, 9. $1,200, 10. $1,100, 11. $1,075, 12. $1,050, 13. $1,025, 14. $1,000, 15. $1,000, 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
 
Rome International Speedway Event Purse: 1. $10,000, 2. $5,500, 3. $3,500, 4. $2,750, 5. $2,250, 6. $1,800, 7. $1,500, 8. $1,300, 9. $1,200, 10. $1,100, 11. $1,075, 12. $1,050, 13. $1,025, 14. $1,000, 15. $950, 16. $925, 17. $900, 18. $875, 19. $850, 20. $825, 21. $800, 22. $800, 23. $800, 24. $800
 
Lucas Oil Championship Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
DEFICIT
1
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
7840
 
2
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
7395
-445
3
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
7280
-560
4
1T
Tyler Erb ®
New Waverly, TX
7225
-615
5
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
7140
-700
6
1M
Devin Moran ®
Dresden, OH
6935
-905
7
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
6900
-940
8
1
Earl Pearson Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
6885
-955
9
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
6215
-1625
10
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
6180
-1660
11
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruces, NM
5870
-1970
12
21
Billy Moyer Jr.
Batesville, AR
5645
-2195
13
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
5160
-2680
 
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Year Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
DEFICIT
1
1T
Tyler Erb
New Waverly, TX
7225
 
2
1M
Devin Moran
Dresden, OH
6935
-290
3
12J
Jason Jameson
Lawrenceburg, IN
2495
-4440
Crown Jewel Cup Standings: = Rookie of the Year Contender  

 

 

 

Over $120,000 Up for Grabs in Weekend Doubleheader

 

BATAVIA, Ohio (October 1, 2019) - A two-day, two-race swing through Ohio and Pennsylvania this weekend will offer dirt late model teams over $120,000 in purse money.
 
The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will make their first-ever stop at Raceway 7 in Conneaut, Ohio on Friday, October 4th. The action shifts to Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway in Imperial, Penn. on Saturday, October 5th.
 
Friday night's event at Raceway 7, dubbed the Great Lakes 50, will boast a $12,000 top prize. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will compete in a complete program of: Miller Welders Time Trials, Heat Races, B-Mains, and a 50-lap main event.
 
The Econo Modifieds will also be in action at Raceway 7. On Friday, the pit gates will open at 2:00 p.m, followed by general admission gates at 5:00 p.m. Hot laps will begin at 7:00 p.m, followed by action-packed racing.
 
For more information, visit: www.Raceway7.com.
 
On Saturday night, the action will ratchet up with the 31st Annual Pittsburgher 100. The single-day event for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will include a complete program of: Miller Welders Time Trials, Heat Races, and B-Mains - highlighted by a 100-lap, $20,000-to-win feature event. The Rush Late Models and Rush Sportsman Modifieds will also be in competition on Saturday night.
 
The pit gates at Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway will be open all day. The general admission gates are set to open at 3:00 p.m. A Dirt Racing Outreach service is scheduled for 3:30 p.m., followed by a driver autograph session at 4:30 p.m. The on-track action will begin at 6:00 p.m.
 
To purchase tickets or find more information, visit: www.PPMS.com.  
 
Track and Event Information:
Raceway 7
Phone Number: 440-594-2222
Location: 4094 Center Rd, Conneaut, OH 44030
Directions: Located on Route 7 just 6 miles South of I-90.
Website: www.raceway7.com 
 
Tire Rule for Raceway 7:
Left Rear/Fronts - Hoosier Rib 28.5 1300
Right Rear - Hoosier 01, 04

*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.
*Cutting and/or siping of any tire IS allowed.
 
Raceway 7 Event Purse: 1. $12,000, 2. $5,500, 3. $3,500, 4. $2,750, 5. $2,250, 6. $1,800, 7. $1,500, 8. $1,300, 9. $1,200, 10. $1,100, 11. $1,075, 12. $1,050, 13. $1,025, 14. $1,000, 15. $1,000, 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
 
Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway
Phone Number: (412) 279-RACE
Location: 170 Kelso Road Imperial, PA 15126
Directions: I-79 to PA Route 60 North/Airport Exit 16A; PA Route 60 to 22/30 West (at Ikea); US 22 West to Noblestown Exit (turn left).
Website: www.ppms.com 
 
Tire Rule for Pittsburgh's PA Motor Speedway:
Left Rear/Fronts - Hoosier Rib 28.5 1425
Right Rear - Hoosier 04, 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.
*Cutting and/or siping of any tire IS allowed.
 
Pittsburgher 100 Event Purse: 1. $20,000, 2. $10,000, 3. $6,000, 4. $4,000, 5. $3,500, 6. $2,500, 7. $2,100, 8. $2,000, 9. $1,800, 10. $1,750, 11. $1,650, 12. $1,600, 13. $1,550, 14. $1,500, 15. $1,450, 16. $1,400, 17. $1,350, 18. $1,300, 19. $1,250, 20. $1,200, 21. $1,200, 22. $1,200, 23. $1,200, 24. $1,200
 
Lucas Oil Championship Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
DEFICIT
1
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
7440
 
2
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
6935
-505
3
14
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
6885
-555
4
1T
Tyler Erb ®
New Waverly, TX
6835
-605
5
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
6800
-640
6
1M
Devin Moran ®
Dresden, OH
6625
-815
7
1
Earl Pearson Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
6515
-925
8
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
6510
-930
9
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
5860
-1580
10
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
5805
-1635
11
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruces, NM
5560
-1880
12
21
Billy Moyer Jr.
Batesville, AR
5325
-2115
13
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
4745
-2695

 

 

 

Fierce Battle for Crown Jewel Cup Title
 
BATAVIA, Ohio (September 30, 2019) - As the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season nears to a close, the battle for the Arizona Sport Shirts Crown Jewel Cup - Presented by DirtonDirt.com is far from over.
 
The mini-series within the full Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series schedule is comprised of events that pay a minimum of $15,000 to the winner. With just two Crown Jewel Cup events remaining in 2019, the Pittsburgher 100 and the Dirt Track World Championship, the battle for this coveted title is heating up.
 
The top-five in Crown Jewel Cup standings are separated by only 120 points. Tim McCreadie leads the latest standings by just five-points over the defending Crown Jewel Cup Champion, Jonathan Davenport. Jimmy Owens is third, while Hudson O'Neal and Devin Moran round out the top-five.
 
The 2019 Arizona Sport Shirts Crown Jewel Cup - Presented by DirtonDirt.com Champion will receive a $10,000 bonus at the championship awards banquet. The drivers who finish second through fifth in the Crown Jewel Cup will earn $5,000, $3,000, $2,000, and $1,000 in cash, respectively.
 
About Arizona Sports Shirts:
Founded more than four decades ago, Arizona Sport Shirts has provided bold, unique and effective apparel for race teams, businesses, and special events. Today, Arizona Sport Shirts continues its commitment to providing cutting edge apparel and merchandise found nowhere else. More information on Arizona Sport Shirts, including online ordering details, is available at:www.ArizonaSportShirts.com.
 
About DirtonDirt.com:
DirtonDirt.com covers Dirt Late Model racing like no other publication, magazine or website with massive amounts of original content including: videos, photos, stories, columns, blogs and more. For additional information, visit their website at:www.DirtonDirt.com.
 
Crown Jewel Cup Standings:
POS
CAR #
DRIVER NAME
HOMETOWN
POINTS
DEFICIT
1
39
Tim McCreadie
Watertown, NY
2135
 
2
49
Jonathan Davenport
Blairsville, GA
2130
-5
3
20
Jimmy Owens
Newport, TN
2120
-15
4
71
Hudson O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
2085
-50
5
1M
Devin Moran ®
Dresden, OH
2015
-120
6
1R
Josh Richards
Shinnston, WV
2010
-125
7
50
Shanon Buckingham
Morristown, TN
1935
-200
8
1
Earl Pearson Jr.
Jacksonville, FL
1865
-270
9
1T
Tyler Erb ®
New Waverly, TX
1840
-295
10
2s
Stormy Scott
Las Cruces, NM
1755
-380
11
0
Scott Bloomquist
Mooresburg, TN
1750
-385
12
40B
Kyle Bronson
Brandon, FL
1680
-455
13
21
Billy Moyer Jr.
Batesville, AR
1490
-645
14
5
Don O'Neal
Martinsville, IN
1245
-890
Crown Jewel Cup Standings: = Rookie of the Year Contender  

 

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 DURRENCE LAYNE LATE MODEL series

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 29 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Just one race was on the Week 29 schedule for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division to close out the 2019 Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series season.  Dusty Leonard of Marysville, KS took his ninth win of the season on Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Wichita, KS, in a race co-sanctioned with NCRA.

 
              That race had no effect on the Top 10 of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division point standings, so the table is set for the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet. The Top 10 drivers will step to the stage to receive a point fund check and a trophy. Banquet details will be announced in the near future.

 
              Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS is the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National Champion with a best 14-week total of 699 points. In 27 races, The General had 14 wins, 25 top five finishes, and 27 Top ten finishes driving the Billy Riels Racing Special. Lee will pick a check for $10,000 at the banquet.

 
              Braden Mitchell of Russellville, AL is the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National Championship Runner-Up with a best 14-week total of 691 points. In 24 races, Mitchell has eight wins, 20 top five finishes and 23 top ten finishes in the Sparks Energy Rocket.

 
              Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS drove the Steele’s Dive Special to the third spot in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings. Russell had a best 14-week total of 688 points to tie Sid Scarbrough of Florence, MS, but Russell won the tie-breaker with five 50-point wins to four 50-point wins for Scarbrough. Russell had five wins, 19 top five finishes, and 23 top ten finishes.

 
              Scarbrough will finish in the fourth spot of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 688 points. Scarbrough had five wins that included one 40-point win, 20 top five finishes and 26 top ten finishes in 27 races driving the Villa South Special.

 
              Cole Cameron of Hattiesburg, MS will finish fifth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 685 points. Cameron drove the Cameron Motor Company Special to 3 wins, 17 top five finishes and 20 top ten finishes in 22 races.

 
              Seth McCormack of Muscle Shoals, AL takes the sixth spot in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 672 points. McCormack had one win, 15 top five finishes and 19 top ten finishes in 21 races driving the McCormack Marine Construction Rocket.

 
              Jason Jarrell of Hattiesburg, MS is seventh in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 672 points driving the Jarrell Racing Rocket. Jarrell had one win, 17 top five finishes, and 24 top ten finishes in 25 races.

 
              Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN finishes eighth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 664 points. In 16 races, Johns had four wins, 13 top five finishes and 16 top ten finishes driving the Johns Farms Special. Johns is also currently third in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series National Touring point standings.

 
              Ben Brocato of Muscle Shoals, AL is ninth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings driving the Valley Metal Fabricators Special to a best 14-week total of 663 points. Brocato had four wins, 12 top five finishes, and 18 top ten finishes in 20 races.

 
              Tootie Arnold of Meadville, MS rounds out the top ten in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 648 points. Arnold drove the Derek’s Auto Shop Special to two wins, ten top five finishes and 16 top ten finishes in 16 races.

 
For complete final 2019 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.

 
FINAL 2019 DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION POINT STANDINGS:

 
1. 47 Shannon Lee – 699
2. 64 Braden Mitchell – 691
3. 72 Steve Russell – 688
4. 33 Sid Scarbrough – 688
5. 26 Cole Cameron – 685
6. S4 Seth McCormack – 672
7. 20 Jason Jarrell – 670
8. C6 Oakley Johns – 664
9. 713 Ben Brocato – 663
10. 18 Tootie Arnold – 648

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 29 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, October 12:
 
81 SPEEDWAY – WICHITA, KS (Co-Sanctioned With NCRA): 1. Dusty Leonard; 2. Delbert Smith; 3. Adam Schrag; 4. Chris Kratzer; 5. Daniel Smith; 6. Ross McCartney; 7. Brandon Givens; 8. Adam Popp; 9. Jimmy Seagraves; 10. Dustin Bolster; 11. Gary Kilbourn; 12. Travis Johnson DNS.

 
 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 29 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Mike Lane of Wing, AL is the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Champion. Jason Baker of Addison, AL had an opportunity to take the title with a win in Week 29 competition. Baker traveled to Southern Raceway in Milton, FL on Saturday night and finished sixth.

 
              Lane tops the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division standings with a best 14-week total of 698 points. Lane drove the Lane Racing Special to 13 wins, 20 top five finishes and 24 top ten finishes in 25 races. Baker will finish second with a best 14-week total of 697 points driving the Carden Construction Special. Baker had 13 wins, 23 top five finishes and 28 top ten finishes in 29 races.

 
              Hayden Moran of Covington, LA finishes third in the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 695 points. In 38 races, Moran had nine wins, 24 top five finishes and 30 top ten finishes driving the We Buy Junk Cars Special. Moran had a fourth-place finish on Saturday night at Southern Raceway and was unable to net on a 49.

 
              The 2018 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock World Champion T.J. Herndon of Atwood, TN will take the fourth spot in the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 692 points. Herndon drove the Race Tek Race Cars Special to ten wins, 20 top five finishes and 21 top ten finishes in 22 races.

 
              Eddie Rhinehart of Lawrenceburg, TN is fifth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 687 points. Rhinehart and Jeremy Eaton of Wiggins, MS both had a best 14-week total of 687 points. To figure out the tie-breaker, officials had to go deep into the standings.

 
              Rhinehart and Eaton both had five 50-point wins. Rhinehart and Eaton both had five 49-point second-place finishes. Eaton took his fifth 49-point second-place finish Saturday night at Southern Raceway. Third-place finishes decided the tie-breaker. Rhinehart had five 48-point third-place finishes, while Eaton had four 48-point third-place finishes. Eaton will finish sixth in the National standings.

 
              For the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division season, Rhinehart had six wins, 17 top five finishes and 18 top ten finishes in 18 races driving the Summertown Metals Special. Eaton drove the Parker’s Towing Special to six wins, 22 top five finishes and 24 top ten finishes in 27 races.

 
              Jason Hollis of Ethelsville, AL will finish seventh in the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings after driving the Hollis Racing Special to a best 14-week total of 679 points. Hollis had four wins, 14 top five finishes and 18 top ten finishes in 20 races.

 
              Dylan Hamilton of Cantonment, FL ends up eighth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14 week total of 678 points. The 14-year-old driver spent the better part of the first half of the season on top of the points list. In 25 races, Hamilton had three wins, 17 top five finishes and 22 top ten finishes driving the Hamilton Motorsports Special.

 
              Landon Jackson of Norco, LA finished seventh on Saturday night at Southern Raceway to earn two points by netting on a 42. That brought his best 14-week total to 667 points to secure the ninth spot in the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings. Jackson had three wins, 13 top five finishes and 19 top ten finishes driving the Jackson JR Trucking Special in 20 races.

 
              Joe Rachel of Elmer, LA made a 49-point second-place finish on Saturday night at Thunder Valley Speedway in Glenmora, AL in his 14th and final week to earn full points count big as it moved him into the tenth and final points fund paying spot in the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division standings. Bobby Chandler of Dry Prong, LA won the race in the Chandler Racing Special.

 
              Rachel had a 14-week total of 665 points to take the tenth spot in the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings. In 14 races, Rachel drove the Ace Auto Sales Special to 13 top five finishes and 14 top ten finishes. Rachel beat Derek Perkins of Oakdale, LA for the tenth spot by just one point.

 
For complete final 2019 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.

 
FINAL 2019 DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION POINT STANDINGS:

 
1. 8 Mike Lane – 698
2. 41 Jason Baker – 697
3. 41m Hayden Moran – 695
4. 1 T.J. Herndon – 692
5. 93 Eddie Rhinehart – 687
6. KC2 Jeremy Eaton – 687
7. 5 Jason Hollis – 679
8. 22 Dylan Hamilton – 678
9. 18 Landon Jackson – 667
10. 88 Joe Rachel – 665

 
DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 29 RESULTS:

 
Saturday, October 12:
 
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL: 1. Justin Hamilton; 2. Jeremy Eaton; 3. Tommy Lowery; 4. Hayden Moran; 5. Blake Salakas; 6. Jason Baker; 7. Landen Jackson; 8. John Bryant; 9. Jeff Phillips; 10. Robby Johns; 11. Gueston Rogers; 12. Tally Warrick; 13. Joseph Nicholson; 14. Tyler Moak; 15. Jessica Donaldson; 16. Jesse Smith; 17. Kendall Staggs.

 
THUNDER VALLEY SPEEDWAY – GLENMORA, LA: 1. Bobby Chandler; 2. Joe Rachel; 3. Derek Perkins; 4. Daniel Jessup; 5. Derrick Ganson; 6. Darrel Langley; 7. Tyler Fogleman; 8. Jon Norman; 9. Zachary Heflin; 10. Blaine Perkins.

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 29 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Week 29 Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series action saw several Top 10 position changes in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division, but the top three spots remained the same. Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL hosted two Week 29 races on Friday night and Saturday night, and Southern Raceway in Milton, FL had a Saturday night race.

 
              Bryson Mitchell of Russellville, AL is the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National Champion. Mitchell drove the Sparks Energy Rocket to a Perfect Season with a best 14-week total of 700 points. Mitchell had 16 wins, 23 top five finishes and 27 top ten finishes in 29 races.

 
              Cole Brown of Cullman, AL is second in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 682 points. Blake Ray of Russellville, AL also had a best 14-week total of 682 points, but Brown won the tie-breaker with nine 50-points wins to four 50-point wins for Ray.

 
              In 21 races, Brown had nine wins, 16 top five finishes and 17 top ten finishes driving the Wilkins Logistics Special. Ray had four wins, 16 top five finishes and 21 top finishes driving the Shoals Heating and Air TNT in 27 races.

 
              Ryan King of Anniston, AL drove the David King Automotive Special to his tenth 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division win of the season on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track. King was able to gain nine points by netting on a 41 to bring his final best 14 week season total to 680 points. That moved King from seventh to fourth in the 2019 National standings. King had 15 top five finishes and 16 top ten finishes in 21 races.

 
              Donovan Henry of Muscle Shoals, AL finishes fifth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 677 points. Henry drove the Cabinet Solutions Rocket to three wins, 13 top five finishes and 14 top ten finishes in 19 races.

 
              Justin Angle of Anniston, AL finished second on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track in the Randy’s Tree Service Special to gain eight points after netting on a 41. That moved Angle from eighth to sixth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 676 points.

 
              Cruz Wallace of Tuscumbia, AL also has a best 14-week total of 676 points, but Angle wins the tie-breaker with six 50-point wins to three 50-point wins for Wallace. Angle had a total of seven wins, 15 top five finishes and 16 top ten finishes in 17 races. Wallace finishes seventh with three wins, 18 top five finishes and 22 top ten finishes in 26 races driving the Toyota of the Shoals Special.

 
              Doodle Lowe of Warrior, AL finished fifth at Talladega Short Track on Saturday night to net one point after netting on a 45. Lowe will finish eighth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 674 points. Lowe drove the Lowe Racing Special to two wins, 15 top five finishes and 18 top ten finishes in 22 races.

 
              Austin Steele of Moulton, AL will be ninth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 671 points. Steele had one win, 16 top five finishes and 25 top ten finishes in 28 races driving the S&S Automotive Rocket. Steele finished eighth on Friday night at Talladega Short Track and was unable to net on a 47.
              Silas Hamm of Rogersville, AL drove the Tucker Construction Rocket to a third-place finish on Friday night at Talladega Short Track to gain two points after netting on a 46. That put him tenth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 668 points. Hamm had two wins, 15 top five finishes and 20 top ten finishes in 25 races.

 
              In other Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division Week 29 action, Buddy George of Ragland, AL drove the George Racing Special to the win on Friday night at Talladega Short Track. Taylor Jarvis of Milton, FL was the winner on Saturday night at Southern Raceway driving the Jarvis Racing Special.

 
For complete 2019 final 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 FINAL 2019 POINT STANDINGS:

 
1. 46 Bryson Mitchell – 700
2. 11 Cole Brown – 682
3. 17 Blake Ray – 682
4. 55 Ryan King – 680
5. 17m Donovan Henry – 677
6. 912 Justin Angle – 676
7. 14 Cruz Wallace – 676
8. 0 Doodle Lowe – 674
9. 15 Austin Steele – 671
10. 28 Silas Hamm – 668

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 29 RESULTS:

 
Friday, October 11:
 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 1. Buddy George; 2. Chris Hill; 3. Silas Hamm; 4. Justin Angle; 5. Jake Hollis; 6. Kevin Walls; 7. Sherman Everette; 8. Austin Steele; 9. Todd Hurst; 10. Randy Holder; 11. Andrew Bailey; 12. Evan Lancaster; 13. Doodle Lowe; 14. Braxtin Barbe; 15. Garrett Loyd; 16. Chris Yarbrough; 17. Sam Ramsey; 18. Lane Shuler; 19. Heather Lowe; 20. Brandon Crosby; 21. Logan Moore; 22. Ryan King; 23. Brian Qualls; 24. Corey Elliott; 25. Dillon Pierce; 26. Jessie Hughes; 27. Wayne Tidwell; 28. Richard King DNS; 29. Darren Grant DNS.

 
Saturday, October 12:
 
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL: 1. Taylor Jarvis; 2. Ricky Gilmore; 3. Brodie Gibson; 4. Scott Sessions; 5. Jason Messick.

 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 1. Ryan King; 2. Justin Angle; 3. Darren Grant; 4. Kevin Walls; 5. Doodle Lowe; 6. Buddy George; 7. Brandon Crosby; 8. Jake Hollis; 9. Sherman Everette; 10. Austin Steele; 11. Garrett Loyd; 12. Logan Moore; 13. Heather Lowe; 14. Micha McCall; 15. Randy Holder; 16. Steven Forsythe; 17. Dillon Pierce; 18. Wayne Tidwell; 19. Chris Elliott; 20. Tyler Hill; 21. Lane Shuler; 22. Silas Hamm; 23. Adam Cotton; 24. Todd Hurst; 25. Justin Rabon.

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 29 ROUND UP

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL hosted the final two Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division races of the 2019 Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series season on Friday night and Saturday night for Week 29 competition. The two races also set the Top 10 points fund paying positions in the National point standings.

 
              Greg Wilkins of Maplesville, AL drove the Wilkins Racing Special to his second Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division win of the season on Friday night at Talladega Short Track. On Saturday night at Talladega Short Track, Chris Yarbrough of Eastaboga, AL took his sixth Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division win of the season in the United Maintenance Special.

 
              Luke Riddle of Hartselle, AL is the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Champion with a best 14-week total of 698 points. Riddle had 15 wins, 29 top five finishes and 31 top ten finishes in 32 races driving the Morgan Machine Special. Riddle finished eighth on Friday night and came home third on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track and was unable to net on a 49.

 
              The 2018 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Champion Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN finished second in 2019 with a best 14-week total of 694 points driving the Rounder’s Sports Bar and Grill Special. Gillespie had nine wins, 26 top five finishes and 31 top ten finishes in 33 races.

 
              Chuckie Gipson of Tuscumbia, AL will finish third in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 667 points. Gipson had three wins, 16 top five finishes and 23 top ten finishes in 24 races driving the Service One Transport Special.

 
              Tracy Terrell of Russellville, AL drove the Terrell Racing Special to the fourth spot in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 663 points. Terrell had two wins, 15 top five finishes and 22 top ten finishes in 22 races.

 
              Seth Johnston of Santa Fe, TN finished fifth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 661 points. Johnston had one win, 19 top five finishes and 27 top ten finishes in 34 races driving the Johnston Racing Special. Johnston finished seventh on Friday night and 13th on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track and was unable to net on a 45.

 
              Blake Cross of Centerville, TN took the sixth spot in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 659 points in the Rock Power Special. Cross had two wins, 18 top five finishes and 22 top ten finishes in 24 races.

 
              Brent Smith of Rutherford, TN is seventh in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 651 points. Joseph Champion of Anniston, AL finished second on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track to net on a 41 and gain eight points to bring his best 14-week total to 651 points.

 
              Smith won the tie-breaker with three 50-point wins to one 50-point win for Champion. Smith had five wins, 14 top five finishes and 16 top ten finishes in 16 races driving the Finishline Auto Body Special. Champion drove the Randy’s Tree Service Special to eighth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with one win, nine top five finishes and 14 top ten finishes in 16 races.

 
              Ryan Sawyers of Newbern, TN is ninth in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 649 points. In 15 races, Sawyers had eight wins and 15 top five finishes driving the Sawyers Motorsports Special.

 
              Ron Bailey of Meridianville, AL rounds out the top ten in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 646 points. Bailey drove the John’s Auto Repair Special to 16 top five finishes and 29 top ten finishes in 32 races. Bailey finished ninth on Friday night and tenth on Saturday night at Talladega Short Track and failed to net on a 43.

 
              In the close, but no cigar department, Corey Pressley of Anniston, AL charged to a third-place finish on Friday night at Talladega Short Track in the Pressley Racing Special to net on a 25 and gain 23 points. That brought his best 14-week total to 644 points, three points short of getting into the Top 10 of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings.

 
For complete final 2019 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.

 
FINAL 2019 DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION POINT STANDINGS:

 
1. 28 Luke Riddle – 698
2. 1g Oakley Gillespie – 694
3. 10 Chuckie Gipson – 667
4. 10 Tracy Terrell – 663
5. J22 Seth Johnston – 661
6. 99 Blake Cross – 659
7. 11 Brent Smith – 651
8. J7 Joseph Champion – 651
9. 9 Ryan Sawyers – 649
10. 12 Ron Bailey – 646

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 29 RESULTS:

 
Friday, October 11:
 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 1. Greg Wilkins; 2. Kevin Waddell; 3. Corey Pressley; 4. Michael Blakeney; 5. Blake Swann; 6. Billy Wilkins; 7. Seth Johnston; 8. Luke Riddle; 9. Ron Bailey; 10. Blaze Trull; 11. Joseph Champion; 12. James Gowers; 13. Brian Ferguson; 14. Mike Wilkins; 15. Richard Blair; 16. Lewis Quinn; 17. David Newton; 18. Sonia Newton; 19. Scottie Hiett; 20. Jason Maurer; 21. Paul Poe DNS; 22. Adam Cotton DNS; 23. Jeremy Owens DNS.

 
Saturday, October 12:
 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: 1. Chris Yarbrough; 2. Joseph Champion; 3. Luke Riddle; 4. Michael Blakeney; 5. Billy Wilkins; 6. Corey Pressley; 7. Mike Wilkins; 8. James Gowers; 9. Blake Swann; 10. Ron Bailey; 11. Jeremy Owens; 12. Paul Poe; 13. Seth Johnston; 14. Blaze Trull; 15. Brian Ferguson; 16. Johnny Horton; 17. Greg Wilkins; 18. Sonia Newton; 19. David Newton; 20. Jason Maurer.

 

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 29 PREVIEW


 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Week 29 and the final week of the 2019 Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series season will see Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL host the final two Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division races. TST will present the Mod Squad during NASCAR Weekend on both Friday night and Saturday night.

 
              Luke Riddle of Hartselle, AL has clinched the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Championship with a best 14-week total of 698 points. Riddle will take a couple of victory laps this Friday night and Saturday night at Talladega Short Track in Week 29 competition.

 
              The 2018 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Champion Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN has clinched the second spot in the 2019 National standings with a best 14-week total of 694 points. There are still eight more positions up for grabs to earn a seat at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet to pick up a point fund check and a trophy.

 
              Chuckie Gipson of Tuscumbia, AL is third in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 667 points, and Tracy Terrell of Russellville, AL is fourth with a best 14-week total of 663 points. Seth Johnston of Santa Fe, TN is fifth with a best 14-week total of 661 points, and Blake Cross of Centerville, TN is sixth with a best 14-week total of 659 points.

 
              Brent Smith of Rutherford, TN is seventh in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 651 points, and Ryan Sawyers of Newbern, TN is eighth with a best 14-week total of 649 points. Ron Bailey of Meridianville, AL is ninth with a best 14-week total of 646 points, and Joseph Champion of Anniston, AL rounds out the Top 10 of the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division standings with a best 14-week total of 643 points.

 
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 29 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Friday, October 11:
 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL

 
Saturday, October 12:
 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL
 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 29 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Week 29 is final week of competition for the 2019 Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series season. There will be three races over two days at two tracks making up the Week 29 schedule of events for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division. 

 
Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL will host Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division races on Friday night and Saturday night, and Southern Raceway in Milton, FL will present the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division on Saturday night.
Bryson Mitchell of Russellville, AL has clinched the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National Championship with a Perfect Season represented with a best 14-week total of 700 points. Behind Mitchell, drivers are still competing for the nine points fund paying spots remaining in the Top 10 of the National standings.
Cole Brown of Cullman, AL and Blake Ray of Russellville, AL are tied for the second spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National point standings. Each driver has a best 14-week total of 682 points. Brown has the tie-breaker advantage with more 50-point wins than Ray. Donovan Henry of Muscle Shoals, AL is fourth with a best 14-week total of 677 points.
Cruz Wallace of Tuscumbia, AL is fifth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 676 points, and Doodle Lowe of Warrior, AL is sixth with a best 14-week total of 673 points. Ryan King of Anniston, AL and Austin Steele of Moulton, AL are tied for the seventh spot, each driver with a best 14-week total of 671 points. King has the tie-breaker advantage.
Justin Angle of Anniston, AL is ninth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 667 points, and Silas Hamm of Rogersville, AL rounds out the Top 10 with a best 14-week total of 666 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 WEEK 29 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Friday, October 11:
 
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL

 
Saturday, October 12:
 
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL
TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL

 

DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 29 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The 29th and final week of the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division season has arrived. The National Championship will be decided by one driver, Jason Baker of Addison, AL. The title scenario is simple. If Baker wins, he wins the Championship. If Baker doesn’t win, Mike Lane of Wing, AL is the Champion.

 
              There are two races on the Week 29 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division schedule of events. Southern Raceway in Milton, FL and Thunder Valley Speedway in Glenmora, LA will host Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Week 29 races this Saturday night.

 
              Lane leads the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division standings with a best 14-week total of 698 points. Lane will not be in action for Week 29 competition, as he is serving a suspension. Baker is second in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 697 points, and he will be trying to net on a 49. A 50-point win this Saturday night by Baker will tie him with Lane at 698 points.

 
              The tie-breaker would then come into play if Lane and Baker finish the season in a tie in points. The tie-breaker is the number of 50-point wins. If Baker wins on Saturday and ties Lane in points, the Saturday night win would be Baker’s 13th and Lane has 12 50-point wins. A 50-point win this Saturday night gives Baker the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Championship.

 
              Hayden Moran of Covington, LA has clinched the third spot in the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 695 points. The 2018 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock World Champion T.J. Herndon of Atwood, TN is fourth with a best 14-week total of 692 points.

 
              Eddie Rhinehart of Lawrenceburg, TN is fifth in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 687 points. The Top 10 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 pick up a points fund check and a trophy.

 
              Jeremy Eaton of Wiggins, MS is sixth in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 685 points, and Jason Hollis of Ethelsville, AL is seventh with a best 14-week total of 679 points. Dylan Hamilton of Cantonment, FL is eighth with a best 14-week total of 678 points, and Landon Jackson of Norco, LA is ninth with a best 14-week total of 665 points. David Williamson of Seminary, MS rounds out the Top 10 with a best 14-week total of 658 points.

 
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 29 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 12:
 
SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL
THUNDER VALLEY SPEEDWAY – GLENMORA, LA

 
DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 29 PREVIEW

 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – There is just one race on the Week 29 schedule of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division season, and that is on Saturday night at 81 Speedway in Wichita, KS. Week 29 is also the final week of competition in the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series. This race should have no effect in the Top 10 of the points, unless a Southeastern driver wants to make a long road trip.

 
              Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS has clinched the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National Championship and will pick up a check for $10,000 at the Durrence Layne Racing Annual Awards Banquet. Lee has a best 14-week total of 699 points.

 
              Braden Mitchell of Russellville, AL is second in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 691 points. Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS and Sid Scarbrough of Florence, MS are tied for the third spot, as each driver has a best 14-total of 688 points. Russell has the tie-breaker advantage with five 50-point wins to four 50-point wins for Scarbrough.

 
              Cole Cameron of Hattiesburg, MS rounds out the Top 5 of the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division standings with a best 14-week total of 685 points. The Top 10 drivers in the National standings earn a seat at the Awards Banquet table and will receive a point fund check and a trophy.

 
              Seth McCormack of Muscle Shoals, AL is sixth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division standings with a best 14-week total of 672 points, and Jason Jarrell of Hattiesburg, MS is seventh with a best 14-week total of 670 points. Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN is eighth with a best 14-week total of 664 points, and Ben Brocato of Muscle Shoals, AL is ninth with a best 14-week total of 663 points. Tootie Arnold of Meadeville, MS rounds out the Top 10 with a best 14-week total of 648 points.

 
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 29 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

 
Saturday, October 12:
 
81 SPEEDWAY – WICHITA, KS

 

 

 

TALLADEGA NASCAR WEEKEND UP NEXT FOR DURRENCE LAYNE DLMS


 
              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series will travel to Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL for a double header as a part of the festive NASCAR Weekend. The action begins on Friday night with a $2,000-to-win 40-lap race, and the finale will be on Saturday night with a $2,500-to-win 50-lap event.

 
              Going into Rounds 15 and 16 of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series season, the man with the hot hand is point leader Jake Knowles of Rome, GA. Knowles has two wins and a second-place effort in his last three starts on the National Tour. For the season, Knowles has 1,320 points, five wins, 11 top five finishes and 14 top ten finishes in 14 starts.

 
              One of Knowles five wins came at Talladega Short Track on April 26. Knowles has an 84-point lead over Cruz Skinner of Oxford, AL. Skinner rolls into his home track for two races with 1,236 points and looking for his second win of the season. The 17-year-old driver has nine top five finishes, 12 top ten finishes, and he also leads the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Year point standings.

 
              Wil Herrington of Hawkinsville, GA and Oakley Johns of Hohenwald, TN are tied for the third spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series National standings, each with 1,134 points. In 14 races, Herrington has one win, seven top five finishes, ten top ten finishes and he is second in the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Year point standings.

 
              Johns has three top five finishes and eight top ten finishes in 14 races. The leader of the “Hohenwald Gang” is just ahead of his teammate Tyler Wood of Hohenwald, TN in the National standings. Wood is fifth with 1,106 points after one top five finish and nine top ten finishes in 14 races. 

 
T.J. Brittain of Center, AL is sixth with 1,056 points after one top five finish and six top ten finishes. Marcus Minga of Shannon, MS is seventh in the Durrence Layne National Late Model standings with 1,022 points after a top five finish in 14 races. 
Jake Rainey of Hiram, GA is eighth in the National standings with 1,008 points after one top five finish and three top ten finishes in 14 races. The 15-year-old driver is third in the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Year point standings, and is second in the VP Racing Fuels Young Guns Challenge Series point standings for Durrence Layne Late Model drivers 18 years of age and younger.
There is a third member of the Hohenwald Gang in the Top 10 of the Durrence Layne Late Model National standings, and that is Donald Johns of Summertown, TN who is ninth with 738 points in 14 races. Jadon Frame of Decherd, TN rounds out the Top 10 in the National standings with 732 points.
Frame has three top five finishes and five top ten finishes in ten Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series starts, and he is also fourth in the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Year point standings.
Other top entrants expected include Brandon Williams of Crossville, TN, Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN, Jordan Hedger of Crittenden, KY, Matt Cooper of McKenzie, TN, Grant Garrison of Walton, KY, and John Ownbey of Cleveland, TN. Ownbey has two series wins at Talladega Short Track this season, while Williams and Cooper each have one win this season.
Top local entrants from Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Late Model action at Talladega Short Track include David Kay of Munford, AL, Mike Combs of Odenville, AL, Adam Gauldin of Sylacauga, AL, and the ageless wonder Red Farmer of Hueytown, AL, who will be 87-years-young next Tuesday.
On both Friday and Saturday at Talladega Short Track, the Pit Gate opens at 9 a.m., with Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series Registration and Pre-Race Technical Inspection from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The Drivers Meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. with Hot Laps and Racing to follow.
Talladega Short Track is located at 4343 Speedway Blvd., Eastaboga, AL 36260. For more information call 256-831-1413, or visit the track’s brand new web site at www.talladegashorttrack.com.
You can also like them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/talladegashorttrackracewaypark/.  With it being NASCAR Weekend, both fans and competitors are encouraged to arrive at Talladega Short Track from the east, and travel westbound on Speedway Boulevard for the easiest access to the track.
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 PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 28 ROUND UP


 

              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Championship is still to be decided going into the 29th and final Week of the season. With point leader Mike Lane of Wing, AL still serving a suspension, the title is in the hands of the second-place driver Jason Baker of Addison, AL.


 

              Going into last weekend’s Week 28 of the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division season, Wing had a two point lead on Baker. For Baker to win the title, he had to win out in each of the two remaining weeks with a pair of 50-point victories. After Week 28, Baker is halfway there.


 

              Baker traveled to Camden Speedway in Camden, TN on Saturday night where he drove the Carden Construction Special to a 50-point win to net on a 49.  Lane has a best 14-week total of 698 points, and now Baker has a best 14-week total of 697. 


 

In order for Baker to win the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Championship, he has to score a 50-point win in Week 29 and net on a 49. That would tie Lane and Baker with a best 14-week total of 698 points, and the tie-breaker of most 50-wins would come into play. A Week 29 50-point win for Baker would give him 13 50-point wins to 12 50-points wins for Lane.

Hayden Moran of Covington, LA clinched the third spot in 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National point standings by taking the win on Saturday night at Southern Raceway in Milton, FL driving the We Buy Junk Cars Special. Moran netted on a 49 to bring his best 14-week total to 695 points.

T.J. Herndon of Atwood, TN is fourth in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 692 points. Herndon finished fourth on Saturday night at Camden Speedway and was unable to net on a 48. Eddie Rhinehart of Lawrenceburg, TN rounds out the Top 5 in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division standings with a best 14-week total of 687 points. Rhinehart did not compete in Week 28 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.


 

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 10/5/19:


 

1. 8 Mike Lane – 698

2. 41 Jason Baker – 697

3. 41 Hayden Moran – 695

4. 1 T.J. Herndon – 692

5. 93 Eddie Rhinehart – 687

6. KC2 Jeremy Eaton – 685

7. 5 Jason Hollis – 679

8. 22 Dylan Hamilton – 678

9. 18 Landon Jackson – 665

10. 28 David Williamson – 658


 

DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 28 RESULTS:


 

Saturday, October 5:


 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Jason Baker; 2. Keaton Downing; 3. Michael Kirby; 4. T.J. Herndon; 5. Wyatt Hill; 6. Kaleb Vandygriff; 7. Jimmy Nolen; 8. Keenan Vandygriff; 9. Kendall Staggs; 10. Austin Kinney; 11. Jeran Hudson; 12. Josh Hartman DNS.


 

SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL: 1. Hayden Moran; 2. Tally Warrick; 3. Landen Jackson; 4. Jeremy Eaton; 5. Tommy Lowery; 6. John Bryant; 7. Roger Pack; 8. David Peleschak; 9. Gueston Rogers; 10. Michael Porter; 11. John Cody; 12. James Sheasby; 13. Michael Blount.

 

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 28 ROUND UP


 

              ADAIRSVILLE, GA - The 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National Champion Bryson Mitchell of Russellville, AL made a Week 28 encore to his 700-point Perfect Season with a $1,000 win on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL driving the Sparks Energy Rocket.


 

              In the only other Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division Week 28 race, Dakota Berry of Huntingdon, TN drove the 22 Auto Salvage Special to victory on Saturday night at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN. The Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division race scheduled for Saturday night at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL was rained out.


 

              Cole Brown of Cullman, AL and Blake Ray of Russellville, AL are tied for the second spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division point standings. Each driver has a best 14-week total of 682 points. Brown did not compete in Week 28 action, and Ray was unable to net on a 46 after a 13th-place finish on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway.


 

              Donovan Henry of Muscle Shoals, AL is fourth in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 677 points. Henry was unable to net on a 43 after a 15th-place finish on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway. Cruz Wallace of Tuscumbia, AL rounds out the top five in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 676 points.

                                       

              Wallace was able to net on a 46 after a fourth-place finish on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway. Drivers in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division will have one more week to try and net points this weekend to earn a Top 10 points fund paying spot in the National 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 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 POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/5/19:


 

1. 46 Bryson Mitchell – 700 (Clinched Championship)

2. 11 Cole Brown – 682

2. 17 Blake Ray – 682

4. 17m Donovan Henry – 677

5. 14 Cruz Wallace – 676

6. 0 Doodle Lowe – 673

7. 55 Ryan King – 671

7. 15 Austin Steele – 671

9. 912 Justin Angle – 667

10. 28 Silas Hamm – 666


 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 28 RESULTS:


 

Saturday, October 5:

 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Dakota Berry; 2. Silas Hamm; 3. Jason Leverette; 4. Stephen Buckner; 5. Neil Brown; 6. Joel Russell; 7. Rex Berry; 8. Wade Whittmore; 9. Luke Buckley; 10. Levi Scarbrough; 11. Jeremy Nichols.


 

NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL: 1. Bryson Mitchell; 2. Billy Flannagan Jr.; 3. Austin Steele; 4. Cruz Wallace; 5. Chance Landers; 6. Tony Chaney; 7. Wayne Sutherland; 8. Aaron Miller; 9. Russ Brasel; 10. Colby Franks; 11. Jake Graves; 12. Gary Jones; 13. Blake Ray; 14. Brian Murray; 15. Donovan Henry.


 

TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: Rained Out

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 28 ROUND UP


 

              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Luke Riddle of Hartselle, AL won the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Championship in dramatic fashion on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL. To coin a phrase from an old Sports television show, it was the thrill of victory for Riddle, and the agony of defeat for Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN.

                     

              Going into the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 28 race, Gillespie had to win the 20-lap main event to stay alive in the title hunt. Gillespie was looking good to keep his hopes up for his second straight Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman National Championship by starting the race from pole position, and Riddle would take the green flag from the eighth starting spot.


 

              Riddle used the outside groove of North Alabama Speedway to work his way to the front, while Gillespie was committed to the inside line that seemed to get slicker and slicker with each lap. With ten laps to go, Riddle drove into the second spot, and was battling Gillespie side-by-side for the lead.


 

              Gillespie stayed on the bottom of the track trying to work through lapped traffic when he struck a utility tire that marked the inside of the race track, and broke the left-front suspension of his race car. Gillespie rolled to the infield with his race and championship hopes over with. A dejected Gillespie climbed from his damaged machine to watch what he couldn’t keep from happening.


 

              Riddle went on to win the race in the Morgan Machine Special, net on a 49, and bring his best 14-week total to 698 points to clinch the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Championship. Despite his 13th-place finish, Gillespie has clinched the second spot in the National standings with a 14-week total of 694 points.


 

              The battle is still alive and well for the third spot in the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National point standings with one week left in the season. Chuckie Gipson of Tuscumbia, AL is third in the National standings with a best 14-week total of 667 points. Gipson finished 17th on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway and he was unable to net on a 46.


 

              Tracy Terrell of Russellville, AL is fourth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 663 points. Terrell was able to gain four points on his season point total after netting on a 44 with a third-place finish on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway. 


 

Seth Johnston of Santa Fe, TN rounds out the top five in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman National standings with a best 14-week total of 661 points. Johnston finished fifth on Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway to net on a 44 and gain two points on his season point total.

In other Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division Week 28 action, Bryce Trull of Lobelville, TN drove the TNT Lawn Care Special to victory on Saturday night at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN. The Saturday night Week 28 race scheduled for Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, TN was rained out.

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 POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/5/19:


 

1. 28 Luke Riddle – 698 (Clinched Championship)

2. 1g Oakley Gillespie – 694

3. 10 Chuckie Gipson – 667

4. 10 Tracy Terrell – 663

5. J22 Seth Johnston – 661

6. 99 Blake Cross – 659

7. 11 Brent Smith – 651

8. 9 Ryan Sawyers – 649

9. 12 Ron Bailey – 646

10. J7 Joseph Champion – 643


 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 28 RESULTS:


 

Saturday, October 10:

 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Bryce Trull; 2. Ryan Sawyers; 3. Dakota Berry; 4. Derrick Bawcum; 5. Blake Cross; 6. Seth Blankenship; 7. Brent Smith; 8. Jason Maurer; 9. Justin Ray; 10. Clayton Groves; 11. Clay Goodman; 12. Michael Cox; 13. Rex Berry DNS.


 

NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL: 1. Luke Riddle; 2. Blaze Trull; 3. Tracy Terrell; 4. Ron Bailey; 5. Seth Johnston; 6. Darren Jewell; 7. Cody Howard; 8. David Nichols; 9. Michael Butler; 10. Alan Lacy; 11. Tim Provost; 12. Jay Whittaker; 13. Oakley Gillespie; 14. Andy McDowell; 15. Bradley Qualls; 16. Johnny Horton; 17. Chuckie Gipson; 18. Greg Smartt DNS.


 

TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: Rained O

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 28 ROUND UP


 

              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – Week 28 of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division season for the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series was a light one with three races on the Saturday night schedule. Southern Raceway in Milton, FL and Camden Speedway in Camden, TN got their events in, while the race scheduled for Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL was rained out.


 

              Joseph Joiner of Milton, FL took the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division win on Saturday night at Southern Raceway driving the Cole Services Special. Adam Ray of Smithland, KY drove the Three Rivers Boat and Barge Rocket to a 40-point win on Saturday night at Camden Speedway.


 

              The 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National Champion Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS was in action for Week 28 competition. Lee has a best 14-week total of 699 points, so he traveled to Southern Raceway looking for that one more win to net on a 49 and give him a 700-point perfect season. Lee came up short with a third-place finish.


 

              Braden Mitchell of Russellville, AL is second in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division standings with a best 14-week total of 691 points. Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS and Sid Scarbrough of Florence, AL are tied for the third spot, each with a best 14-total of 688 points. 


 

Mitchell and Russell competed with the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series National Tour on Friday and Saturday nights in the 3rd Annual King of the Crates Race at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL. Scarbrough did not compete in Week 28 action, nor did the fifth-place driver Cole Cameron of Hattiesburg, MS, who has a best 14-week total of 685 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 Shannon Lee 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 POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 10/5/19:


 

1. 47 Shannon Lee – 699 (Clinched Championship)

2. 64 Braden Mitchell – 691

3. 72 Steve Russell – 688

3. 33 Sid Scarbrough – 688

5. 26 Cole Cameron – 685

6. S4 Seth McCormack – 672

7. 20 Jason Jarrell – 670

8. C6 Oakley Johns – 664

9. 713 Ben Brocato – 663

10. 18 Tootie Arnold – 648


 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 28 RESULTS:


 

Saturday, October 5:

 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Adam Ray; 2. Ben Garner; 3. Jeremy Holtzclaw; 4. Brian Woodard; 5. Stephen Buckner; 6. Chad Harrah DQ; 7. Evan Taylor DQ.


 

SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL: 1. Joseph Joiner; 2. Bo Slay; 3. Shannon Lee; 4. Jonathan Joiner; 5. Kyle Bryant; 6. Steven Jernigan; 7. Colton Leyendecker; 8. Tootie Arnold; 9. James Gilmore; 10. Tim Anderson; 11. Jeffrey Cooper; 12. Ricky Gilmore; 13. Jim Churches.


 

TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL: Rained Out

 

 

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 27 ROUND UP/WEEK 28 PREVIEW


 

              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – After clinching the $10,000 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National Championship after Week 26 Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series competition, Shannon Lee of Lumberton, MS put the icing on the cake in Week 27 action last Saturday night by driving the Billy Riels Racing Special to his 14th win of the season at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS.


 

              Lee will now have the final two weeks of the season to try for one more win to have a 700 point Perfect Season. This week we combine the Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 27 Round Up and the Week 28 Preview. Complete results of Week 27 action are listed below, along with the Week 28 and the Week 29 schedule of events.


 

              Lee has a best 14-week total of 699 points going into Week 28 action and will be looking to net on a 49 to reach the 700 point mark of his season. Braden Mitchell of Russellville, AL is second in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 691 points. Mitchell will be trying to net on a 48.


 

              Steve Russell of Pontotoc, MS and Sid Scarbrough of Florence, MS are tied for the third spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division point standings. Each driver has a best 14-week total of 688 points. Russell will be trying to net on a 47, and Scarbrough will be trying to net on a 48. Cole Cameron of Hattiesburg, MS rounds out the Top 5 with a best 14-week total of 685 points and he will be trying to net on a 48.


 

              In other Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division Week 27 action, Adam Ray of Smithland, KY drove the Three Rivers Boat and Barge Rocket to a 40-point win on Saturday night at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN. Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN was the winner on Saturday night at Duck River Raceway Park in Lewisburg, TN driving the Hanger Racing CVR.


 

              Week 28 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division races this Saturday night will be held at Camden Speedway, Southern Raceway in Milton, FL, and at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL. Looking ahead, the lone Week 29 race will be held at 81 Speedway in Wichita, KS, and will be co-sanctioned with NCRA.


 

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 Shannon Lee 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 POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/28/19:


 

1. 47 Shannon Lee – 699 (Clinched Championship)

2. 64 Braden Mitchell – 691

3. 72 Steve Russell – 688

3. 33 Sid Scarbrough – 688

5. 26 Cole Cameron – 685

6. S4 Seth McCormack – 672

7. 20 Jason Jarrell – 670

8. C6 Oakley Johns – 664

9. 713 Ben Brocato – 663

10. 18 Tootie Arnold – 648


 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL DIVISION WEEK 27 RESULTS:


 

Saturday, September 28:

 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Adam Ray; 2. Ben Garner; 3. Stephen Buckner; 4. Dennis Bush; 5. Cole Smartt.


 

DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN: 1. Christian Hanger; 2. Seth McCormack; 3. Jesse Lowe; 4. Deke Waters; 5. Corey Posey; 6. Logan Brown; 7. David Jackson; 8. Jeremy Holtzclaw; 9. Mike Henn; 10. Rudder Harper; 11. Josh Amacher; 12. Dalton Melton; 13. Ferris Lovett; 14. Mitch Thornton; 15. Wade Whittemore; 16. Cody Gentry; 17. Scott Cook.


 

HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS: 1. Shannon Lee; 2. Cole Cameron; 3. Tootie Arnold; 4. Joey Pilgrim; 5. Jeremy Eaton; 6. Jason Jarrell; 7. Damon LaCoste; 8. Josh Thomas; 9. James Moore.


 

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


 

Saturday, October 5:

 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN

SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL

TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL

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


 

Saturday, October 12:

 

81 SPEEDWAY – WICHITA, KS (Co-Sanctioned With NCRA)

 

DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 27 ROUND UP/WEEK 28 PREVIEW


 

              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Championship is still to be decided with two weeks left in the season. Mike Lane of Wing, AL has a two-point lead over Jason Baker of Addison, AL. After Week 27 competition, Lane has been suspended for the final two weeks of the season for Unsportsmanlike Conduct.


 

              The title is now in Baker’s hands, as he has to win out in the final two weeks of the season to win the 2019 Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National Championship. Lane has a best 14-week total of 698 points. Baker has a best 14-week total of 696 points and he will be netting on a 49.


 

A Week 28 win and a Week 29 win would give Baker a best 14-week total of 698 points to tie Lane’s point total. The tie breaker is number of 50-point wins. Lane has 12 50-point wins, and Baker currently has 11 50-point wins this season. If Baker doesn’t post a 50-point win in Week 28 competition this Saturday night, Lane wins the Championship.

If Baker gets a 50-point win this Saturday night, we go on to Week 29 to decide the National Championship. Lane was disqualified Saturday night at Southern Raceway in Milton, FL and did not net any points. Baker finished second on Saturday night at Duck River Raceway Park in Lewisburg, TN and was unable to net on a 49.

This is both the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Week 27 Round Up and the Week 28 Preview. The results of the Week 27 races and the schedule of races for Week 28 and Week 29 are listed below.

Hayden Moran of Covington, LA is third in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 694 points, and he will be trying to net on a 49 in Week 28 competition. Moran drove the We Buy Junk Cars Special to his eighth win of the season on Saturday night at Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, MS.

T.J. Herndon of Atwood, TN is fourth in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 692 points, and he will be trying to net on a 48 in Week 28 action. Herndon drove the Race Tek Race Cars Special to a 40-point win on Saturday night at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, and was unable to net on a 48.

Eddie Rhinehart of Lawrenceburg, TN rounds out the Top 5 in the Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 687 points, and he will be trying to net on a 48 in Week 28 action. Rhinehart did not compete in Week 27 action.

In other Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Week 27 action, Marcus McCrary of Murfreesboro, TN drove the Milestone Custom Cabinets Special to victory on Saturday night at Duck River Raceway Park. Leslie Brown of Lumberton, MS was the winner on Saturday night at Hattiesburg Speedway in Hattiesburg, MS driving the Humphries Carquest Special.

Ronnie Lee Newsome of Lake Park, GA took the win on Saturday night at Needmore Speedway in Norman Park, GA driving the Kilby Family Dentistry Special. Jessica Donaldson was the winner on Saturday night at Southern Raceway.

The Durrence Layne Performance Parts Street Stock Division Week 28 schedule of events shows Saturday night races at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN and Southern Raceway in Milton, FL. Looking ahead at Week 29, races will be held on Saturday night, October 12 at Southern Raceway and at Thunder Valley Speedway in Glenmora, LA.

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 POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/28/19:


 

1. 8 Mike Lane – 698

2. 41 Jason Baker – 696

3. 41 Hayden Moran – 694

4. 1 T.J. Herndon – 692

5. 93 Eddie Rhinehart – 687

6. KC2 Jeremy Eaton – 685

7. 5 Jason Hollis – 679

8. 22 Dylan Hamilton – 678

9. 28 David Williamson – 658

9. 18 Landon Jackson – 658


 

DURRENCE LAYNE PERFORMANCE PARTS STREET STOCK DIVISION WEEK 27 RESULTS:


 

Saturday, September 28:

 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. T.J. Herndon; 2. Jimmy Nolen; 3. Tyler Dutton; 4. Hunter Runions; 5. Justin Pugh; 6. Colby Brandon; 7. Tammy McClearen.


 

DUCK RIVER RACEWAY PARK – LEWISBURG, TN: 1. Marcus McCrary; 2. Jason Baker; 3. Will Burke; 4. Michael Blade; 5. Trevor Woodard; 6. Jimmy Woodard; 7. Dillon Scott; 8. Kendall Staggs; 9. Steve Hadley; 10. Gaven Steagall.


 

HATTIESBURG SPEEDWAY – HATTIESBURG, MS: 1. Leslie Brown; 2. Landon Jackson; 3. Michael Rodriguez; 4. Kash Wilson; 5. Jeremy Eaton; 6. Roger Flynn; 7. Richard Zeller; 8. Ricky Idom; 9. Carden Jackson; 10. Doug Taylor; 11. Justin Posten; 12. Nathan Taylor DNS; 13. Richard Mackenzie DNS.


 

JACKSON MOTOR SPEEDWAY – JACKSON, MS: 1. Hayden Moran; 2. Tyler Moak; 3. Carl Stanley Kilgore; 4. Blaize Chatham; 5. Woody Hughes; 6. Randy Rodgers; 7. Austin Rodgers; 8. Eli Thomas.


 

NEEDMORE SPEEDWAY – NORMAN PARK, GA: 1. Ronnie Lee Newsome; 2. Brian Grantham; 3. Derrick Pearce; 4. Al Thomas; 5. Cameron Metts; 6. John Mimbs; 7. Tim Goforth; 8. Dale Mimbs; 9. Dean Watson; 10. Daniel Morrell; 11. Bradley Frakes; 12. Houston Heath.


 

SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL: 1. Jessica Donaldson; 2. Tommy Lowery; 3. Taylor Jarvis; 4. J.C. Wilson; 5. Gueston Rogers; 6. Jacob Myers; 7. Brandon Kilpatrick; 8. Dylan Hamilton DQ; 9. Mike Lane DQ.


 

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


 

Saturday, October 5:

 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN

SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL

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


 

Saturday, October 12:


 

SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL

THUNDER VALLEY SPEEDWAY – GLENMORA, LA

 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 27 ROUND UP/WEEK 28 PREVIEW


 

              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – A light Durrence Layne Weekly Racing Series Week 27 schedule for the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division saw two races contested. This will be the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division Week 27 Round Up and the Week 28 Preview. Complete Week 27 race results and the Week 28 and Week 29 schedule of events are listed below.


 

Silas Hamm of Rogersville, AL drove the Tucker Construction Rocket to victory on Saturday night in Week 27 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Division action at Camden Speedway in Camden, TN. Jason Messick of Holt, FL drove the Jason’s Automotive Repair Rayburn to a 40-point win at Southern Raceway in Milton, FL.

Bryson Mitchell of Russellville, AL is the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman National Champion. Mitchell clinched the title last week with a 700-point Perfect Season. Behind Mitchell, the battle for the other nine points-fund paying positions is on with two weeks to go in the 2019 season.

Blake Ray of Russellville, AL finished second on Saturday night at Camden Speedway to move into a tie for the second spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division National point standings with Cole Brown of Cullman, AL. Ray and Brown each have a best 14-week total of 682 points. Ray will be trying to net on a 46, and Brown will be trying to net on a 44 in Week 28 action.

Donovan Henry of Muscle Shoals, AL is fourth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division standings with a best 14-week total of 677 points. Henry will be trying to net on a 43 in Week 28 action. Cruz Wallace of Tuscumbia, AL rounds out the Top 5 with a best 14-week total of 675 points. Wallace will be trying to net on a 46 in Week 28 competition.

The Durrence Layne Chevrolet Late Model Sportsman Division Week 28 schedule of events has Saturday night races scheduled for Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL, and Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL. North Alabama Speedway will have qualifying and heat races on Friday night for their Saturday night race.

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 DIVISION POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/28/19:


 

1. 46 Bryson Mitchell – 700 (Clinched Championship)

2. 11 Cole Brown – 682

2. 17 Blake Ray – 682

4. 17h Donovan Henry – 677

5. 14 Cruz Wallace – 675

6. 0 Doodle Lowe – 673

7. 55 Ryan King – 671

8. 15 Austin Steele – 669

9. 912 Justin Angle – 667

10. 35 Sherman Everette – 662

10. 28 Silas Hamm – 662


 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET LATE MODEL SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 27 RESULTS:


 

Saturday, September 28:

 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Silas Hamm; 2. Blake Ray; 3. Austin Steele; 4. Jeremy Nichols; 5. Stephen Buckner; 6. Joel Russell; 7. Tanner Meals; 8. Blake Ross; 9. Luke Buckley.

SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL: 1. Jason Messick; 2. Johnny Wright Jr.; 3. Ricky Gilmore.


 

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


 

Friday, October 4:

 

NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL (Qualifying and Heat Races)


 

Saturday, October 5:


 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN

NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL

TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL


 

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


 

Friday, October 11:

 

TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL


 

Saturday, October 12:


 

SOUTHERN RACEWAY – MILTON, FL

TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL


 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 27 ROUND UP/WEEK 28 PREVIEW


 

              ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National Championship has come down to two drivers and two weeks of competition. Luke Riddle of Hartselle, AL is the point leader with a three point advantage over the defending National Champion Oakley Gillespie of Five Points, TN.


 

              Going into Week 28 of the 29-week season this Saturday, a 50-point win by Riddle clinches the Championship. A loss by Gillespie in Week 28 action also clinches the title for Riddle. Riddle has a best 14-week total of 697 points, and he will be trying to net on a 49. Gillespie has a best 14-week total of 694 points, and he will be trying to net on a 48.


 

              A Week 28 win by Gillespie and a non-win by Riddle takes the title hunt into the 29th and final week of the 2019 Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division season. Week 29 could also present another set of title scenarios that would involve tie-breakers. So we go to Week 28 competition and see what the end of Saturday night racing brings.


 

              Here is the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division Week 28 schedule of events for this Saturday night. Races are scheduled for Camden Speedway in Camden, TN, North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL, and Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL. North Alabama Speedway will have qualifying and heat races on Friday night for their Saturday night race.


 

              Behind Riddle and Gillespie there are eight other points fund paying spots to be contested over the next two weeks. Chuckie Gipson of Tuscumbia, AL is third in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings with a best 14-week total of 667 points. Gipson will be trying to net on a 46 in Week 28 action.


 

              Tracy Terrell of Russellville, AL and Seth Johnston of Santa Fe, TN are tied for the fourth spot in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division National standings. Each driver has a best 14-week total of 659 points. Terrell and Johnston will both be trying to net on a 44.


 

              Brent Smith of Rutherford, TN won the only Durrence Layne Chevrolet Modified Sportsman Division Week 27 race on Saturday night at Camden Speedway driving the Finishline Auto Body Special for his fifth win of the 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 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 POINT STANDINGS THROUGH 9/28/19:


 

1. 28 Luke Riddle – 697

2. 1g Oakley Gillespie – 694

3. 10 Chuckie Gipson – 667

4. 10 Tracy Terrell – 659

4. J22 Seth Johnson – 659

6. 99 Blake Cross – 656

7. 11 Brent Smith – 646

8. J7 Joseph Champion – 643

9. 12 Ron Bailey – 642

10. 9 Ryan Sawyers – 638


 

DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET MODIFIED SPORTSMAN DIVISION WEEK 27 RESULTS:


 

Saturday, September 28:

 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN: 1. Brent Smith; 2. Blaze Trull; 3. Chuckie Gipson; 4. Oakley Gillespie; 5. Ryan Sawyers; 6. Seth Johnston; 7. Justin Ray; 8. Derrick Bawcum; 9. Clayton Groves; 10. Ron Bailey; 11. David Nichols; 12. Steven Cochran DNS.


 

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


 

Friday, October 4:

 

NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL (Qualifying and Heat Races)

Saturday, October 5:

 

CAMDEN SPEEDWAY – CAMDEN, TN

NORTH ALABAMA SPEEDWAY – TUSCUMBIA, AL

TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL

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


 

Friday, October 11:

 

TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL


 

Saturday, October 12:


 

TALLADEGA SHORT TRACK – EASTABOGA, AL


 

KING OF THE CRATES AWAIT THE DURRENCE LAYNE CHEVROLET DLMS AT NAS


 

             ADAIRSVILLE, GA – The 3rd Annual King of the Crates weekend await the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series with Rounds 13 and 14 this Friday night and Saturday night at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL. The Friday night race will pay $2,000-to-win and run for 40 laps.


 

             The $5,000-to-win 60-lap 3rd Annual King of the Crates Race will be held on Saturday night. The current Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series point leader Jake Knowles of Rome, GA is the defending King of the Crates. King Jake II will be looking for his fifth win of the 2019 season to go with nine top five finishes and 12 top ten finishes in 12 races.


 

             Knowles will unload this Friday night with a 54-point lead in the Durrence Layne National Late Model standings over Cruz Skinner of Oxford, AL. Skinner also leads the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Year point standings, and the 17-year-old driver will be looking for his second win of the season with eight top five finishes and 11 top ten finishes in 12 races.


 

             Wil Herrington of Hawkinsville, GA is third in the Durrence Layne National standings and is second in the Cruise With the Champions Rookie of the Year points chase.  Herrington has one win with six top five finishes and nine top ten finishes in 12 races. Herrington is 84 points behind Skinner.


 

             The “Hohenwald Gang” will ride into North Alabama Speedway this Friday night and Saturday night with three drivers in the Top 10 of the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series National point standings.


 

             Hohenwald, TN drivers Oakley Johns and Tyler Wood are fourth and fifth respectively in the Durrence Layne National points chase. Johns trails Herrington by 16 points, and in 12 races has three top five finishes and seven top ten finishes. Wood is 20 points behind Johns and in 12 races has eight top ten finishes. Donald Johns is tenth in the point standings and has competed in all 12 races this season.


 

             T.J. Brittain of Centre, AL is sixth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series National point standings with one top five finish and six top ten finishes in 12 races. Marcus Minga of Shannon, MS is seventh in the points chase after one top five finish in a dozen starts.


 

             Jake Rainey of Hiram, GA is eighth in the Durrence Layne Late Model National points with a top five finish and three top ten finishes. The 15-year-old driver is also fourth in the VP Racing Fuels Young Guns Challenge Series point standings in a series for Durrence Layne Late Model drivers 18 years of age and younger. Rainey is also third in the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Year point standings.


 

             Jadon Frame of Decherd, TN is ninth in the Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series National point standings. In just nine races, Frame has two top five finishes and four top ten finishes. Frame is fourth in the Cruise With The Champions Rookie of the Year point standings.


 

             Other drivers expected this weekend are Brandon Williams of Crossville, TN, Christian Hanger of Winchester, TN, Matt Cooper of McKenzie, TN, Spencer Hughes of Meridian, MS, Chase Walls of Decherd, TN, Drew Kennedy of Lancing, TN, and Ashley Newman of Ripley, TN.


 

             North Alabama Speedway Late Model Champion Braden Mitchell of Russellville, AL will lead a strong contingent of local favorites that also include Josh Putnam of Florence, AL, Brad Skinner of Spring Hill, TN, Ben Brocato of Muscle Shoals, AL Matthew Brocato of Muscle Shoals, AL and Jason Markewitz of Killen, AL.


 

             On both Friday and Saturday at North Alabama Speedway, the Pit Gate opens at 4 p.m. with Durrence Layne Chevrolet Dirt Late Model Series Pre-Race Registration and Technical Inspection from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. The Drivers Meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. with hot laps to follow.


 

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


 

3rd Annual King of Crate 100 Weekend

 
What?
3rd Annual King of Crate 100 Weekend powered by Chevrolet Performance and Fueled by VP Racing Fuels
for the Durrence Layne Dirt Late Model Touring Series!!
Where?
North Alabama Speedway
12200 Highway 247
Tuscumbia, AL 35674
Phone: (256)702-5852
When?
Thursday October 3rd - Open Practice
Friday October 4th - $2,000 to win, 40 Laps
Saturday October 5th - $5,000 to win, 60 Laps
 

NEWS AND NOTES   NEWS AND NOTESNEWS AND NOTES   NEWS AND NOTES

ULTIMATE Deep South Super Late Model Series

 

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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

 

 

 


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