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  3. Ford EcoBoost 200 | Homestead-Miami Speedway Race Advance Team: No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado Driver: Austin Wayne Self Follow the Team: @NieceMotorsport; @AustinWSelf Self on Racing at Homestead: “Homestead is a blast,” said Self. “It’s a fast race track with plenty of room to race. It’s also one of those tracks that is really temperature sensitive. We’ll practice and qualify during the day, but run at night, so we have to make sure we’re doing our part to keep our No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado adjusted accordingly. “It’s a fast-paced race. Restarts will be pretty important and exciting at the same time. I just need to be smooth on the wheel and rely on my team for good pit stops and hope when push comes to shove, we’re competing for a top-10 when the checkered flag waves.” Self at Homestead: Self has two previous NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) starts at Homestead-Miami Speedway, with his best finish of 17th coming in this race last season. Recapping Phoenix: Self and the No. 22 team battled track position at a newly reconfigured ISM Raceway to earn a 19th-place result. “It was another solid night for our Niece Motorsports team,” said Self. “We made some changes to our No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado throughout the night and the truck responded. Unfortunately, we didn’t have the track position we needed to have a better finish. “We’ll go to Homestead next weekend and look to wrap up the year on a high note.” On The Truck: The Texas Department of Agriculture’s GO TEXAN program and AM Technical Solutions will support Self. GO TEXAN represents Texas agri-business on state, national and international levels by building recognition with the GO TEXAN mark. Along with its signature mark in the shape of Texas, GO TEXAN celebrates, promotes and supports the business savvy and plainspoken grit Texas agriculture is known throughout the world. About Niece Motorsports: Niece Motorsports is owned by United States Marine Corps Veteran Al Niece. In 2018, Niece Motorsports enters its second full season in the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, fielding two full-time teams with Austin Wayne Self and Justin Fontaine. Niece also owns Niece Equipment, which has for over 30 years provided clients with reliable products at competitive prices. Niece Equipment’s reputation is built on service, integrity and dependability. The company provides water and fuel/lube trucks that are engineered with quality and durability in mind for the construction and mining industry. Follow the team on Facebook and Instagram @NieceMotorsports as well as twitter @NieceMotorsport.
  4. Music to Our Ears! Outlaws Invading Nashville in 2019 Inaugural Music City Outlaw Nationals Will See Dirt Go Down May 31-June 1 at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway CONCORD, NC – November 14, 2018 – Many outlaws have crossed through the Nashville music scene over the years, but for the first time in history the World of Outlaws and their 900 horsepower Sprint Cars will crank up the volume on May 31 and June 1 in Music City. The quarter-mile track at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway will be covered in dirt for the inaugural Music City Outlaw Nationals, one of Sprint Car Racing’s biggest weekends next season paying $15,000-to-win, $1,000-to-start on Friday, May 31, and $25,000-to-win and $1,500-to-start on Saturday, June 1. Along with the City of Nashville and the World of Outlaws, Brewco Marketing Group and Motorsports Strategy Group are key partners in bringing the World of Outlaws to Nashville. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to be partnering with World Racing Group to host the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series in Nashville for the Music City Outlaw Nationals,” said Todd Wilkerson of Brewco Marketing Group, co-promoter of the event with Jason Rittenberry of Motorsports Strategy Group. “Dirt Track Racing as a whole is on a huge upswing right now and the World of Outlaws are at the center of that popularity increase. Our group is excited to bring this motorsports and music weekend to the Music City.” The on-track action will no doubt be the center of attention, but an event of this magnitude in Music City USA can’t go off without a concert, too, creating a can’t-miss weekend of music on the track and off. “The World of Outlaws puts on more than 90 exhilarating events throughout the year, but the Music City Outlaw Nationals is going to be special,” World of Outlaws COO Tom Deery said. “This will be the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series only visit to Tennessee and what better place than right in the heart of one of the country’s most vibrant cities. We are looking forward to working with the City of Nashville and the Nashville Convention and Visitors bureau to bring exciting motorsports events to the Music City. This is the ultimate destination event for teams, fans and sponsors that we envision evolving into our sport’s marquee events.” The proven track crew that delivers 12 consecutive nights of DIRTcar Nationals action in February at Volusia Speedway Park, breathtaking Super DIRT Week racing in October at Oswego Speedway, and championship-level moments at the World Finals in November at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, will be in charge of transforming Nashville’s paved quarter-mile track into a dirt venue where the Outlaw stars can showcase slide jobs and wheel-to-wheel, high-speed thrills. “Having dirt and the World of Outlaws in Nashville at the historic Fairgrounds Speedway is something we have been looking forward to, and we anticipate some heart-pounding racing from the stars and cars of The Greatest Show on Dirt,” added Rittenbery. Included in bringing the Outlaws to Nashville will be improved fencing and raised walls to ensure the facility is in perfect shape for the Music City Outlaw Nationals. Thursday, May 30 Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway will be available for practice for teams wishing to dial in their setup around the ¼-mile bullring. Tickets to the inaugural Music City Outlaw Nationals are available today! As always, if you can’t make it to the track watch every lap LIVE on DIRTVision.com!
  5. SilverFox

    RIP .GREAT RACER .
  6. LLM CHEAP!!!

    Call Me At 830-620-5771 Please ../ cell 830 837 1807
  7. big h

    Randy, Chip and Mark still drive sprints. Ricky's son is the 2018 ASCS Gulf South Champ.
  8. Phoenix

    The computer is not a toy.
  9. New Five Star Bodies

    Five Star has a new body not approved by the ABC committee. It is better right out of the box than the previous one. The current one is pretty easy to cheat up, and I am sure it will take some time to figure out how to cheat up the new one. They should go ahead and approve it to level the field and give late models a fresh look. Harvicks spoiler trick has been used for years on these ABC bodies.
  10. Welcome to Miami

    84 and perfect weather here in Miami. Going to witness the best championship racing in the world. Cant wait, even a few texas boys racing
  11. Factory Stock 2016 Billy Gould

    This is a good, easy driving car and can easily put you in victory lane!!
  12. SilverFox

    Prayers for the family of David Pearson. David has passed away at age 83 according to an internet post!
  13. Ramstrom takes MegaMeltdown win; Griffith, Craig claim titles at Hickory HICKORY, NC (November 10) –Derek Ramstrom took the lead for the final time with just over 30 laps to go and led the rest of the way to claim his first career Pro All Stars Series (PASS) South Super Late Model win Saturday afternoon at Hickory Motor Speedway in the Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 200. While Ramstrom took the win, Derek Griffith finished second to capture the PASS National Championship Super Late Model title and third place finisher Matt Craig took his third straight PASS South championship. “This is just awesome for us, we've been coming down here ever since 2006 and we've finally gotten us a win down south," said Ramstrom. "Hickory is a great place to come to and reminds us of a lot of the tracks back home in New England. We came with a totally different package this time and I just can't say enough for all the guys and the work they put in to give us such a great car." In qualifying, Kodie Conner claimedhis secondstraightMegaMeltdown pole by edging out Craig. After the top 10 qualifiers redraw,Jody Measamer drew the pole, while Conner pulled pill two to start alongside. Conner quickly moved to the front and would lead the first 28 laps before Jake Crum moved by and assumed the lead. The first caution of the day did not wave until lap 33 when Lucas Jones spun in turn two following contact from Brandon Barker. On the restart, Ramstrom would get the advantage over Crum to take the lead for the first time of the day. While batting for sixth, former Hickory winners Brandon Setzer and Preston Peltier made contact on lap 60, ripping the left front fender from Peltier's car and ending his day. Ramstrom and Griffith would swap the lead a couple of times before the caution waved again on lap 96 when Gabe Brown spun in turn three while running eighth. Conner would reassume the top spot on the restart and led until the competition caution on lap 125. Following the pit stops, Ramstrom powered his way back into the lead and would continue to lead through a couple of quick cautions due to incidents for Brandon Johnson and TJ Brackett. Conner would retake the lead from Ramstrom with 52 laps to go, but both Ramstrom and Setzer would move by to knock Conner back to third on lap 168. Ramstrom and Setzer then separated themselves from the rest of the field as they attempted to settle the 200-lapper amongst one another. But, with 10 laps to go, Setzer would make contact with Gracie Trotter while lapping her, sending her for a spin in turn one, which collected Conner in the process. Setzer was placed at the rear of the field by PASS officials for avoidable contact with Trotter. From there, Ramstrom would lead the rest of the way to take the win over Griffith, Craig, Cory Casagrande, and Measamer. Rounding out the top 10 were Austin Theriault, Crum, Tyler Church, Wyatt Alexander, and Brandon Lynn. Griffith's championship season culminated on a day that saw it nearly slip away in morning practice. He avoided the wall after breaking a trailing arm bracket, which allowed his team to make the necessary welding repairs at Setzer's nearby shop prior to qualifying. "This is just amazing, the guys did a great job to get the car repaired," said Griffith. "I can't thank Brandon and Dennis [Setzer] for letting us use their shop. Ray Christian, my nearest competitor for the championship, he offered to let me use their backup car. I mean, what can you say about that? This has just been a great year and I'm so proud of what we've been able to accomplish." The Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 200 from Hickory will air on MAVTV on Wednesday night, January 23, 2019 at 7 PM Eastern as part of Speed51's Short Track America. The2018PASS Super Late Model is complete, but continue to monitor ProAllStarsSeries.com over the coming weeks for moreinformationon the upcoming season. Be sure to “Like” the Pro All Stars Series on Facebook or follow us on Twitter at @PASSSLM14. Race Results - Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 200 - PASS South - November 10, 2019 - Hickory Motor Speedway – Hickory, NC Finish Position, Driver 1. 35 – Derek Ramstrom 200 2. 12G – Derek Griffith 200 3. 54 – Matt Craig 200 4. 7G - Cory Casagrande 200 5. 98 - Jody Measamer 200 6. 57 - Austin Theriault 200 7. 01 Jake Crum 200 8. 7C - Tyler Church 200 9. 96 - Wyatt Alexander 200 10. 97 - Brandon Lynn 200 11. 93CT - Ray Christian, III 200 12. 8F - Tate Fogleman 200 13. 24J - JP Josiasse 199 14. 6W - Matt Wallace 198 15. 16X - Brandon Barker 198 16. 6S - Brandon Setzer 195 17. 49 - Jeff Batten 193 18. 4N - Ben Rowe 190 19. 45 Kodie Conner 189 20. 2T - Gracie Trotter 188 21. 47 - Gabe Brown 146 22. 1 - Brandon Johnson 139 23. 61 - TJ Brackett 129 24. 82 - John-Michael Shenette 128 25. 28 - Jared Irvan 88 26. 16 - Lucas Jones 66 DQ 33 - Preston Peltier 60
  14. Paul White wins final points race @ Lonestar Speedway in Kilgore Texas.23 Cars showed up at Lonestar Speedway one of the fastest dirt tracks in Texas to decide the Lucas Oil PowrI Elite Sprintcar Championship.
  15. Had some unforeseen circumstances arise and have to let it go. Rather see someone get it out than collect dust. Small details to be race ready. Good quality car with good parts. No junk. QA1 coil overs. Quick change. Howe hubs. New tires. All bead locks. Sweet gearbox. Seat. Wildwood clutch/brake. 2000.00 takes it home for the holidays.
  16. Phoenix

    What a weekend at Phoenix. 3 great races and the Cup race was standing room only. Can you believe that? The stage races sure made for 3 hours worth of nail biting racing in the cup series. These guys hit a home run with the stage racing and playoff format. I cant wait for Miami. This one is going to rock
  17. Harvick Penalty after Texas

    It may be dumb, but so are some of the rules. I remember when there was a ride height rule after the race. They would roll the ride height checker under the car after the race. All front runners were running soft springs in the front and the front of the cars were scraping under race conditions. Did not see many winners without sparks flying a few laps. So why have a ride height rule? To sell springs, right? People were having to buy exotic metal springs and some of those guys were spending $1500 per front spring so the car would pass after the race. The conventional springs were so soft, the would collapse and not hold the car up after a race. That run lots of folks off, the dudes with the Purple Exotics Springs won all of the races at HMP doing that
  18. Harvick Penalty after Texas

    Generally speaking from many years of local short track experience, the top 3 or 4 competitors getting teched regularly are probably the most legal race cars (although they take advantage of what the rules allow). The 5 thru 9 racers have convinced themselves that the only reason they aren't winning is because they need to stretch the rules more (so they do). The back markers who are rarely teched have a lot of nitpicking things illegal on their cars, but they either don't realize it, haven't studied the rules, or they don't care. Of course, they believe they are 100% legal.
  19. Harvick Penalty after Texas

    That's one of the dumbest things I have seen on here in a while. Of course you can win without "pushing the envelope ".
  20. Harvick Penalty after Texas

    If you are not pushing the envelope and going over the edge, you aint winning at any level from street stock and up to cup
  21. RUSS Monday 11/12 REPLAY

    Monday RUSS will be bad ass! Cup recap and Homestead preview and opinions. Steve Whiteaker from South Texas Speedway in Corpus jumps on at 7:20p to talk big race weekend and Texas dirt track business! #RealRaceTalk
  22. RUSS Monday 11/12 Good Stuff!

    Monday RUSS will be bad ass! Cup recap and Homestead preview and opinions. Steve Whiteaker from South Texas Speedway in Corpus jumps on at 7:20p to talk big race weekend and Texas dirt track business! #RealRaceTalk https://www.facebook.com/RevvedUpSportsShow Audio only: https://www.meridix.com/live.php?liveid=RPMRadioTX
  23. Harvick Penalty after Texas

    Oh please....At the end of this year there have been several 5k, 10k, 15k races to win with good pay down....True it's not in the "billions"(LMFAO) you refer to(I wish they still posted purse money to each driver per race), but when compared to costs of cars/teams locally vs NA$CAR....I'd bet it's equivalent....Next year the new VADO Speedway has 50K to win race coming.....Hardly "peanuts" to local racers. If sponsors don't like their cars being DQ'd, perhaps they should tell them not to cheat? Funny that Childers made the comment that EVERY car in the pits was cheating......I wonder if Daytona Beach is in Broward county?....Just sayin'.
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