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Dirt Track World Championship

Garrett Smith Becomes Dirt Track World Champion

PORTSMOUTH, OH (October 15, 2022) –  Garrett Smith picked up the biggest win of his young career on Saturday night at Portsmouth Raceway Park. The Georgia native took home $100,000 for his victory in the 42nd Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship Presented by Optima Batteries. Smith, at age 19, is now the youngest driver to ever to win the crown jewel event.

 

Tim McCreadie, who had clinched the 2022 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship before the race began, finished second to Smith. Mike Marlar came home in third followed by Hudson O’Neal, and Earl Pearson Jr.

 

Smith, who earned the pole position in his first ever Dirt Track World Championship, took the lead at the start of the race with McCreadie and Brandon Overton in tow. Overton was able to take over the second spot from McCreadie just before the first caution of the race with 13 laps completed. The top three of Smith, Overton, and McCreadie stayed that way until McCreadie regained the second slot on a lap 89 restart. Overton slowed shortly after to draw the caution with a flat right rear tire. 

 

Smith, who became the 27th different driver to win the event, was emotional in victory lane after he climbed from his car to celebrate his first career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win. “I have been working so hard to get here and I finally got it done,” said Smith, who became the 21st different winner this season. “I was just making sure I wasn’t getting them [the tires] overheated and going down like what happened to those other guys. I was just trying to stay straight there at the end and not wheelspin any. I talked to Scott Bloomquist all week. He’s a good guy and I used everything he told me, and I put all of that into play tonight.”

 

McCreadie, with his second straight national championship worth a dirt late model record of $150,000, came up just short of his first Dirt Track World Championship. “It was tough out there. He [Smith] did a great job. Hats off to him. That was a very poised drive for someone his age. They did a phenomenal job. I tried early and thought if I could get in traffic and try to move off the bottom that was my only shot and then I fell back. I hated that I got into him [Overton] on the restart there. It looked to me like he was having a right rear flat, and he was he was wheelieing it down the frontstretch and I had such a good run on him.”

 

Marlar who tried to move through the middle of the track to gain some positions fell back early but was able to round out the podium with a third-place finish. “I was moving around there trying to pass people and it cost me a few times and somehow, I fell back into getting third. I fell back there quite a bit early trying to pass people. It worked out tonight. It was a good season. It’s always fun to race with Lucas, they have lots of big races and big crowds and it’s a cool environment, so we always enjoy it. Congrats to Garrett for winning the race and Timmy on a great season with two championships in a row that’s hard to do. So, we’re proud of him.”

 

The winner’s Scot Smith owned Rocket Chassis is powered by a Vic Hill Racing Engine and sponsored by Atlanta Paving and Concrete, Terminal Maintenance and Construction, Davis Tire, Garrett Smith Performance, Base Racing Fuels, Senior Life Insurance Company, Dirt Car Lift, and The World Famous Cadillac Ranch.

 

Completing the top ten were Jonathan Davenport, Jimmy Owens, Ricky Thornton Jr., Daulton Wilson, and Brandon Sheppard.


 

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series 

Race Summary 

42nd Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship Presented by Optima Batteries

Saturday, October 15th, 2022

Portsmouth Raceway Park – Portsmouth, OH


 

Fast Shafts B-Main Race #1 Finish (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 1. 18D-Daulton Wilson[3]; 2. 20-Jimmy Owens[7]; 3. 71C-RJ Conley[4]; 4. 40B-Kyle Bronson[5]; 5. 12-Jason Jameson[25]; 6. 66C-Matt Cosner[2]; 7. 33-Kevin Wagner[11]; 8. 7H-Zach Hill[6]; 9. 25-Mike Benedum[16]; 10. 0K-Freddie Carpenter[10]; 11. 59-Larry Bellman[12]; 12. 55-Jesse Wisecarver[8]; 13. 29K-Clint Keenan[15]; 14. 11A-Ryan Abel[18]; 15. 354-Chris Nash[21]; 16. 21H-Robby Hensley[1]; 17. 1C-Lucas Crooks[14]; 18. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[13]; 19. 3-Austin Neely[19]; 20. 5T-Erick Christian[22]; 21. 28-Tyler Carpenter[9]; 22. 16S-Steve Sabo[17]; 23. (DNS) 145-Chase Frohnapfel; 24. (DNS) 5M-Garet McCloud; 25. (DNS) 17C-Chris Carpenter


 

UNOH B-Main Race #2 Finish (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 1. 49-Jonathan Davenport[2]; 2. 44B-Colten Burdette[5]; 3. 9-Devin Moran[6]; 4. 1T-Tyler Erb[3]; 5. 7-Ross Robinson[8]; 6. 11R-Josh Rice[7]; 7. 111V-Max Blair[4]; 8. 12D-Doug Drown[10]; 9. 11H-Jared Hawkins[1]; 10. B1-Josh Bocook[9]; 11. 81-Brandon Fouts[11]; 12. 22-Cody Rogers[12]; 13. 1BN-Nick Bocook[14]; 14. 71R-Rod Conley[17]; 15. 00-Justin Cooper[18]; 16. D8-Dustin Linville[22]; 17. 17T-Shannon Thornsberry[15]; 18. 21K-Kirk Phillips[24]; 19. 1B-Shane Bailey[20]; 20. W1-Ronnie Whitt[21]; 21. 2-Justin Carter[19]; 22. 79R-Fast Eddy[23]; 23. 73-Charlie Mullett[25]; 24. 0-Scott Bloomquist[13]; 25. 10-Nathon Loney[16]


 

Jim Dunn Memorial Non-Qualifier Race Finish (25 Laps): 1. 71C-RJ Conley[1]; 2. 9-Devin Moran[2]; 3. 40B-Kyle Bronson[3]; 4. 111V-Max Blair[8]; 5. 33-Kevin Wagner[7]; 6. 7H-Zach Hill[9]; 7. 66C-Matt Cosner[5]; 8. 12D-Doug Drown[10]; 9. 25-Mike Benedum[11]; 10. 0K-Freddie Carpenter[13]; 11. B1-Josh Bocook[14]; 12. 59-Larry Bellman[15]; 13. 55-Jesse Wisecarver[16]; 14. 71R-Rod Conley[21]; 15. 29K-Clint Keenan[18]; 16. 17T-Shannon Thornsberry[26]; 17. 00-Justin Cooper[23]; 18. 22-Cody Rogers[17]; 19. 1BN-Nick Bocook[19]; 20. 11A-Ryan Abel[20]; 21. 354-Chris Nash[22]; 22. D8-Dustin Linville[25]; 23. 11H-Jared Hawkins[12]; 24. 12-Jason Jameson[4]; 25. (DNS) 11R-Josh Rice; 26. (DNS) 21H-Robby Hensley


 

42nd Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship Presented by Optima Batteries Feature Finish (100 Laps):

Race Statistics

Entrants: 68

Lap Leaders: Garrett Smith (Laps 1-100)

Wrisco Feature Winner: Garrett Smith

Arizona Sport Shirts Crown Jewel Cup Feature Winner: Garrett Smith

Brandon Ford TV Challenge Feature Winner: Garrett Smith

Margin of Victory: 1.084 seconds

Stop-Tech Cautions: Mason Zeigler (Lap 13); Brandon Fouts (Lap 33); Ross Robinson (Lap 84); Ricky Thornton, Jr. (Lap 85); Tyler Erb (Lap 88); Zack Dohm (Lap 88 restart); Brandon Overton (Lap 90); Chris Ferguson (Lap 97); Devin Gilpin (Lap 98)

Series Provisionals: Tyler Erb; Ross Robinson

Fast Time Provisional: n/a

Series Emergency Provisionals: n/a

Track Provisional: Brandon Fouts

Big River Steel Podium Top 3: Garrett Smith, Tim McCreadie, Mike Marlar

Penske Shocks Top 5: Garrett Smith, Tim McCreadie, Mike Marlar, Hudson O’Neal, Earl Pearson, Jr.

Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Jonathan Davenport (Advanced 14 Positions)

Hot Rod Processing Most Laps Led: Garrett Smith (Laps 1-100)

Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Earl Pearson, Jr.

Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Tim McCreadie

O’Reilly Auto Parts Rookie of the Race: Daulton Wilson

Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Garrett Smith (Lap 4 – 15.670 seconds)

DirtonDirt.com Tough Break of the Race: Tyler Erb

Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: JC Crockett (Tim McCreadie)

ARP Engine Builder of the Race: Vic Hill Racing Engines

Miller Welders Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis

Dirt Draft Fastest in Hot Laps: Jonathan Davenport (15.015 seconds)

Time of Race: 55 minutes 39 seconds

 

Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings:

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

 


 

Garrett Smith Earns Pole for Dirt Track World Championship

 

PORTSMOUTH, OH (October 14, 2022) – Teenager Garrett Smith and veteran Tim McCreadie will make up the front row for Saturday night’s 42nd Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship Presented by Optima Batteries at Portsmouth Raceway Park. 

 

In Friday night’s six preliminary heat races, sixth heat race winner Earl Pearson Jr. is the only driver who has previously gone to victory lane in the crown jewel event. Pearson’s win came in 2010 at West Virginia Motor Speedway. The final event of the 2022 season for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will pay $100,000 to the winner. The 68 cars entered marked the highest car count of the event in five years.

 

Smith earned his first-ever start in the Dirt Track World Championship by dominating the first heat race. Smith, who just celebrated his 19th birthday on October 11, won over two-time Dirt Track World Championship winner Shannon Babb who was making his first appearance at Portsmouth since 2016. Defending Dirt Track World Champion Ricky Thornton Jr. came home in third. In his last three starts at Portsmouth, Thornton has two wins and a runner-up finish, which came in the 2020 running of the Dirt Track World Championship.

 

McCreadie, who clinched his second consecutive Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National title by registering for Friday’s racing action, walked away with the fourth heat race to earn the outside front-row starting spot for Saturday night’s season finale. McCreadie led wire-to-wire to take the win over Spencer Hughes and Eddie Carrier Jr., a former Portsmouth Raceway Park track champion.

 

The second heat race of the night saw 2022 Lucas Oil Show-Me 100 champion Chris Ferguson taking the win. Devin Gilpin, the four-time and defending Brownstown Speedway track champion came from the fifth starting spot to take the runner-up spot. Camaron Marlar claimed the third and final transfer spot to qualify for his first Dirt Track World Championship.

 

Heat race three saw the driver that ended up as the #1 ranked dirt late model driver in the country Brandon Overton taking the win to earn the fifth-starting spot in Saturday night’s Dirt Track World Championship. Zack Dohm and Mason Zeigler stayed close to Overton for most of the 12-lap race as as they crossed the line in second and third place respectively to earn a starting spot in the 100-lapper tomorrow night.

 

The fifth heat would see a good battle between Mike Marlar and four-time Dirt Track World Champion Brandon Sheppard go down to the wire with Marlar securing the victory. Marlar will start fourth in tomorrow night’s finale. Sheppard with a win on Saturday night would equal Freddy Smith’s five career Dirt Track World Championship wins, the most all-time for any driver. Hudson O’Neal caught Jonathan Davenport on the final lap to take the third and final transfer spot.

 

The final heat of the night was all four-time Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion Earl Pearson Jr. He took the win ahead of a heated race from second on back between several drivers. Ryan Gustin was able to claim the second spot at the finish over the 2022 O’Reilly Auto Parts Rookie of the Year, Garrett Alberson.


 

­Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series 

Race Summary 

42nd Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship Presented by Optima Batteries

Friday, October 14th, 2022

Portsmouth Raceway Park – Portsmouth, OH


 

Entrants: 68

Dirt Draft Fastest in Hot Laps: Garrett Smith (14.302 seconds)


 

Allstar Performance Time Trials

Fast Time Group A: Garrett Smith / 14.774 seconds (overall)

Fast Time Group B: Tim McCreadie / 15.002 seconds


 

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 10G-Garrett Smith[1]; 2. 18-Shannon Babb[2]; 3. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[3]; 4. 21H-Robby Hensley[4]; 5. 71C-RJ Conley[5]; 6. 20-Jimmy Owens[12]; 7. 0K-Freddie Carpenter[9]; 8. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[10]; 9. 25-Mike Benedum[6]; 10. 3-Austin Neely[8]; 11. 5T-Erick Christian[11]; 12. 12-Jason Jameson[7]


 

Summit Racing Equipment Heat Race #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 22F-Chris Ferguson[1]; 2. 1G-Devin Gilpin[5]; 3. 99-Camaron Marlar[3]; 4. 66C-Matt Cosner[4]; 5. 40B-Kyle Bronson[2]; 6. 55-Jesse Wisecarver[6]; 7. 33-Kevin Wagner[8]; 8. 1C-Lucas Crooks[10]; 9. 16S-Steve Sabo[11]; 10. 145-Chase Frohnapfel[7]; 11. 5M-Garet McCloud[9]


 

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 76-Brandon Overton[1]; 2. 17D-Zack Dohm[2]; 3. 9Z-Mason Zeigler[4]; 4. 18D-Daulton Wilson[5]; 5. 7H-Zach Hill[3]; 6. 28-Tyler Carpenter[9]; 7. 59-Larry Bellman[8]; 8. 29K-Clint Keenan[7]; 9. 11A-Ryan Abel[10]; 10. 354-Chris Nash[11]; 11. 17C-Chris Carpenter[6]


 

Ohlins Shocks Heat Race #4 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 39-Tim McCreadie[1]; 2. 11-Spencer Hughes[2]; 3. 66JR-Eddie Carrier Jr[4]; 4. 11H-Jared Hawkins[5]; 5. 111V-Max Blair[6]; 6. 11R-Josh Rice[8]; 7. 12D-Doug Drown[7]; 8. 0-Scott Bloomquist[3]; 9. 10-Nathon Loney[12]; 10. 2-Justin Carter[11]; 11. D8-Dustin Linville[10]; 12. 21K-Kirk Phillips[9]


 

Wrisco Industries Heat Race #5 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 157-Mike Marlar[2]; 2. 1-Brandon Sheppard[1]; 3. 71-Hudson O'Neal[7]; 4. 49-Jonathan Davenport[3]; 5. 44B-Colten Burdette[5]; 6. 7-Ross Robinson[6]; 7. 81-Brandon Fouts[4]; 8. 1BN-Nick Bocook[8]; 9. 71R-Rod Conley[10]; 10. 1B-Shane Bailey[9]


 

Lucas Oil Heat Race #6 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 46-Earl Pearson Jr[1]; 2. 19R-Ryan Gustin[6]; 3. 58-Garrett Alberson[2]; 4. 1T-Tyler Erb[3]; 5. 9-Devin Moran[5]; 6. B1-Josh Bocook[7]; 7. 22-Cody Rogers[9]; 8. 17T-Shannon Thornsberry[8]; 9. 00-Justin Cooper[4]; 10. W1-Ronnie Whitt[12]; 11. 79R-Fast Eddy[11]; 12. 73-Charlie Mullett[10]


 

FAST Shafts B Main 1 | 15 Laps | Top 2 transfer to A-Main | Line-ups

UNOH B-Main 2 | 15 Laps | Top 2 transfer to A-Main | Line-ups
42nd Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship Presented by Optima Batteries | 100 Laps | Line-ups
Results are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day

 

 

 

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Primed for Championship Weekend

 

BATAVIA, Ohio (October 10, 2022) – The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will close out the 2022 season this week in Portsmouth, Ohio. The 42nd Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship presented by Optima Batteries takes place October 13th-15th, at Portsmouth Raceway Park.
 
The weekend will get underway on Thursday night with preliminary events for the Modified division. On Friday, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will take center stage with Dirt Draft Hot Laps, Allstar Performance Time Trials, and Heat Races. Additionally, the Limited Late Models will compete in their preliminary events. The Ohio Valley Legend Car Series will have a complete program on Friday night, while the Modified division will contest their 30-lap A-Main.
 
Saturday’s festivities kick off with a Dirt Racing Outreach Service at 3:30 PM. The on-track action will begin at 6:00 PM with Hot Laps, followed by the crowning of the 2022 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion and O’Reilly Auto Parts Rookie of the Year. Then, the 15-lap B-Mains for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will be contested, followed by the 100-lap, $100,000-to-win 42nd Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship presented by Optima Batteries. After that, the Limited Late Models will compete in their 25-lap feature event, followed by the 25-lap, $3,000-to-win Jim Dunn Memorial Non-Qualifiers Race for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.
 
All gates will open at 1:00 PM with Hot Laps slated for 6:00 PM each day at Portsmouth Raceway Park. For more information on the 42nd Annual General Tire Dirt Track World Championship presented by Optima Batteries, visit: www.thedtwc.com; www.portsraceway.com; or call (740) 354-3278.
 
Tim McCreadie will officially claim his second consecutive Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship by registering for competition on Friday night. Brandon Sheppard is second, followed by Ricky Thornton Jr. The battle for fourth through sixth is still a tight race between Hudson O’Neal, Earl Pearson Jr., and Tyler Erb. Garrett Alberson has clinched the O’Reilly Auto Parts Rookie of the Year title.
 
About Carl Short’s Dirt Track World Championship:
Founded in 1981 by Hall of Fame event promoter Carl Short, the Dirt Track World Championship set the foundation for high paying crown jewel dirt late model events. Jim Dunn claimed the first Dirt Track World Champion crown which boasted $30,000, double the winner’s share of any other major event that year. Over the past 40 years, dirt late model veterans and rising young stars alike have etched their name in the Dirt Track World Championship history book.
 
In 2022, the historic event saw a more than $30,000 purse increase - bringing the grand total for the two-day Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event to $238,950.
 
About General Tire:
General Tire for over 100 years has offered a complete quality line of ultra-high performance, passenger, light truck, off-road, and commercial tires to meet all your needs. To learn more about General Tire, visit: www.generaltire.com.
 
About 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
Directions: 0.5 mile south of US 52 on SR 73, then right just before bridge
 
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Tire Rule:
Friday, October 14th:
Left Front - Hoosier Rib (28.5) 1300 or harder
Right Front/Left Rear - Hoosier Rib (28.5) 1300
Right Rear - Hoosier (29.0) 1300 NRM, (29.0) 1300 NRMW
 
*Can cut and/or sipe any tire.
*Must use the same set of 4 tires for Time Trials and Heat Races
*Flat tire must be replaced with a used tire of the same compound & construction to retain starting position.
 
Saturday, October 15th:
Left Front - Hoosier Rib (28.5) 1300 or harder
Right Front/Left Rear - Hoosier Rib (28.5) 1300, (28.5) 1425
Right Rear - Hoosier (29.0) 1300 NRM, (29.0) 1300 NRMW, (29.0) 1425 NRM, (29.0) 1425 NRMW, (92) LM40, (92) NLMT4
 
*Can cut and/or sipe any tire.
*For the B-Mains, competitors may use 4 new tires.
*For the Non-Qualifiers race, competitors may use 4 new tires.
*For the A-Main, competitors may use 4 new tires.
 
Purse Information:
Dirt Track World Championship A-Main (100 Laps): 1. $100,000, 2. $20,000, 3. $10,000, 4. $8,000, 5. $7,500, 6. $7,000, 7. $6,000, 8. $5,000, 9. $4,500, 10. $4,000, 11. $3,500, 12. $3,250, 13. $3,000, 14. $2,750, 15. $2,700, 16. $2,650, 17. $2,600, 18. $2,575, 19. $2,550, 20. $2,525, 21. $2,500, 22. $2,500, 23. $2,500, 24. $2,500, 25. $2,500, 26. $2,500 = $215,100
 
Jim Dunn Memorial Non-Qualifier (25 Laps): 1. $3,000, 2. $2,000, 3. $1,500, 4. $1,250, 5. $1,200, 6. $1,150, 7. $1,100, 8. $1,075, 9. $1,050, 10. $1,025, 11. $1,000, 12. $900, 13. $800, 14. $700, 15. $600, 16. $500, 17. $500, 18. $500, 19. $500, 20. $500, 21. $500, 22. $500, 23. $500, 24. $500, 25. $500, 26. $500 = $23,850
 
Previous Dirt Track World Champions:
2021 - Ricky Thornton Jr.
2020 - Brandon Sheppard
2019 - Brandon Sheppard
2018 - Josh Richards
2017 - Josh Richards
2016 - Brandon Sheppard
2015 - Scott Bloomquist
2014 - Scott Bloomquist
2013 - Brandon Sheppard
2012 - Jimmy Owens
2011 - Don O’Neal
2010 - Earl Pearson Jr.
2009 - Jimmy Mars
2008 - Brian Birkhofer
2007 - Chub Frank
2006 - Shannon Babb
2005 - Scott Bloomquist
2004 - Rick Eckert
2003 - Darrell Lanigan
2002 - Shannon Babb
2001 - Bart Hartman
2000 - Wendell Wallace
1999 - Steve Francis
1998 - Freddy Smith
1997 - Marshall Green
1996 - Billy Moyer
1995 - Jack Boggs
1994 - Ronnie Johnson
1993 - Freddy Smith
1992 - Ronnie Johnson
1991 - Freddy Smith
1990 - Jack Boggs
1989 - John Mason
1988 - Donnie Moran
1987 - Larry Moore
1986 - Billy Moyer
1985 - Freddy Smith
1984 - Jack Boggs
1983 - Freddy Smith
1982 - Charlie Swartz
1981 - Jim Dunn

 


 

 

 
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