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  3. Oklahoma Racing

    I just got back from a vacation in Oklahoma with my wife's family. While we were there we got to take in some racing in Meeker and in Sapulpa. First night we went to Tuesday Night Thunder at Red Dirt Raceway in Meeker, Oklahoma. They had the USAC National Midgets and NOW600 Series running. That was some of the best racing I have seen in a while. It was slide job central, the place was packed with fans and the racing was amazing. Karsyn Elledge and Holly Hollan both took some wild rides out of the park in turn 4 both walked away from the accidents but the cars not so much. Then in the feature there was some wild slide jobs thrown that collected a lot of front runners. Friday night we went to Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa/Kellyville Oklahoma for the ASCS Sooner Region/ NCRA Sprints as well as the Champ NON Wing Sprints, Dwarf Cars, and Thunderstocks. Once again it was an amazing night of blistering fast racing. 20 ASCS/NCRA Sprint Cars on a tight 1/4 mile bullring was a show. They were flying around that track. The races both nights were fast paced and were done both nights by 10:30. I took my brother in law who has never seen midgets and sprints race before and he was hooked. He had a lot of questions and I answered all of them, he is an engineering student at OSU and is graduating in the fall this year. He took me and showed me his work space and showed me their mini wind tunnel. He told me to get a 3D model of our car and some body designs and he would put it through the wind tunnel and see what is best for aerodynamic flow.
  4. WOW sore losser

    Kurt stayed to celebrate his win ... with his team ... as he should have. Kyle flew back home as scheduled. His bro already had a ride. End of story....
  5. kids helmets

    I agree. That's a first class promotion! Well done Christina. On behalf of the kids & racin' nation ... Thanks!
  6. Practice After Races?

    Are y'all still doing that? I have a guy with no experience wanting to get his feet wet. I'd like to put him in my car after the 7/27 race if y'all are still doing that. Thanks
  7. 07/12/2019 Birthday Boy Marcus Thomas gets his second Sprint Car Bandit win of the season at Heart O Texas Speedway Marcus Thomas was the Sprint Car Bandit feature winner. By Don Cook Blogginisracin.com Heart O Texas Speedway (Elm, Mott, TX) July 12 (Friday) Heart O Texas Speedway, in Elm Mott, TX, hosted the Melling Performance Race Weekends Across America - MDA Muscling in the Dirt event! The featured class this week was the return of the 360 c.i. Winged Sprint Car Bandits (SCB). Marcus Thomas, No. 15t, made it two HOT Sprint Car Bandits feature wins this season! Along with the Sprints, were the IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Southern SportMods, IMCA Stock Cars, Street Stocks, Factory Stocks, and Jr. Limiteds. Check out all the exciting racing action and family fun from Friday night below: Sprint Car Bandits Feature Winner: Marcus Thomas, No. 15t, celebrated his birthday this week by picking up his second Sprint Car Bandits feature win of the season at Heart O Texas Speedway! Claud Estes III, No. 74e, had a solid second, Jeff Emerson, No. 35, settled for third, Jeremy Jones, No. 5j, was fourth and Daniel Estes, No. 72, was fifth. Blake Mallory, Junior Jenkins, Reagan Reed, Micah Baccus, and Kodey Keimig, rounded out the top ten. Dale Wester, Dalton Stevens, Colby Estes, William Eggimann, Scott Evans, Mark Zoeller, rounded out the field. Seventeen cars started the feature. Claud Estes III, No. 74e, had a strong run for second. Jeff Emerson, No. 35, had a top three finish. To view a video of the Sprint feature, click below: Modified Feature Winner: Justin Radcliff, No. 11j, picked up his second Modified feature win of the season! Chris Elliott, No. 915, was second, Kevin Green, No. 5, was third, David Goode Jr., No. 7g, was fourth and G.W. Egbert IV, No. 717, was fifth. Dwayne Grantham, Jeffrey Abbey, Dillion Tindall, Donald Banker, and Derek Scott Jr., rounded out the top ten. Eric Tomlinson, Cody Daniel, Joe Maple, Brent Gilliam, Jason Kingrey, Ricky Kizer, Raymond McFadden, Chris Morris, and William Gould rounded out the field. Nineteen cars started the feature. To view a video of the Modified feature, click below: SportMod Feature Winner: Jeff Shepperd, No. 17, picked up his third feature win of the season! Garett Rawls, No. 4g, was second, Brandon Geurin, No. 12, was third, Taylor Florio, No. 21t, was fourth and Damon Hammond, No. 116, was fifth. Trevor Egbert, Bobby Mercer, Westin Abbey, Gregory Muirhead, and Austin Moore, rounded out the top ten. Sixteen cars started the feature. To view a video of the SportMod feature, click below: Stock Car Feature Winner: Jeffey Abbey, No. 37, was your feature winner! Brandon Hood, No. 1b, was second, Westin Abbey, No. 12, was third Jason Batt, No. 9, was fourth and A.J. Dancer, No. 52, was fifth. Markiss Harcrow, Andy Roller, Mason Doherty, Travis Norman, and Buck Owens, rounded out the top ten. Fourteen cars started the feature. To view a video of the Stock Car feature, click below: Street Stock Feature Winner: Tommy Kirkpatrick, No. 71, was your feature winner! Brandon Hood, No. 1b, was second, Drew Garcia, No. 9g, was third, Wade White, No. 68,was fourth and Billy Rupert, No. 39b, was fifth. Kevin Smith, David Khoury, Eddie thompson, Joe Williams, Barry Gaston, and Jerry Frydrych, rounded out the field. To view a video of the Street Stock feature, click below: Factory Stock Feature Winner: Westin Abbey, No. 77w, picked up his sixth feature win! Jeffrey Abbey, No. 77j, was second, Brett McMillin, No. 61, was third, Shannon Duock, No. 47, was fourth and Tommy Williams Jr., No. 151, was fifth. Melvin Kemp Jr., Ronnie Bell Jr., Grant Wollam, James Schoenrock, Jon Grobe, and Justin Van Matre, rounded out the field. To view a video of the Factory Stock feature, click below: Jr. Limited Feature Winner: Trevor Cogburn, No. 601, was your feature winner! Jesse Shepperd, No. 17, was second, Kaleb Emerson, No. 35, was third, Jeff Bauser Jr., No. 710, was fourth Wyatt Sexton, No. 89, was fifth, and Hope Gaston, No. 8, was sixth. To view a video of the HOT Heats, click below: Melling Performance will host “Melling Race Weekends Across America” at all Contingency Connection Grassroots Tracks & Series in appreciation of their loyal racers, fans, and shops across the USA! For more information, go to: www.melling.com THANKS to everyone who donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. For more information, go to: www.mda.org Friday, July 19, Heart O Texas Speedway will have a full race program plus the Lone Star Dwarf Car Club! For the latest information, go to: www.heartotexasspeedway.com Stacy Kolar is the OFFICIAL Photographer for Heart O Texas Speedway! For all your photo needs, see Stacy at: southernsassphotos.com To view a photo slideshow from Heart O Texas Speedway, click on the link below: HOT Photos www.blogginisracin.com
  8. Results for 7-13-19

    7/13/2019 at Cotton Bowl Speedway IMCA Modified A Feature 1 20 laps | 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 1 David Goode Jr Copperas Cove, TX 7G 2 6 Derek Scott Jr Franklin, TX 01 3 2 Beau Begnaud Spring, TX 32 4 4 Chris Gallien Cleveland, TX 81 5 5 Joe Maple 44 6 3 Adam James Cleveland, TX 83 Heat 1 8 laps | 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 1 David Goode Jr Copperas Cove, TX 7G 2 3 Adam James Cleveland, TX 83 3 4 Chris Gallien Cleveland, TX 81 4 2 Beau Begnaud Spring, TX 32 5 5 Joe Maple 44 6 6 Derek Scott Jr Franklin, TX 01 IMCA Stock Car A Feature 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 10 AJ Dancer Red Rock, TX 52 2 4 Duane Toyne Austin, TX 48 3 2 Ken Plonsky Killeen, TX 4K 4 6 Jason Batt 9 5 5 Markiss Harcrow Killeen, TX 29 6 8 Mason Doherty Thrall, TX 33M 7 3 Terry Tschoerner Taylor, TX 01 8 13 John Hobbs McDade, TX 14 9 12 Jeffrey Borho Buda, TX 69B 10 9 Tracy Tschoerner-Hendrix Thrall, TX 01T 11 1 Bill Siegman Jr Killeen, TX 32 12 7 George Egbert Salado, TX 70 DNS - Mike Nuby McDade, TX 2N2 Heat 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 5 Jason Batt 9 2 4 Duane Toyne Austin, TX 48 3 1 Bill Siegman Jr Killeen, TX 32 4 3 Terry Tschoerner Taylor, TX 01 5 6 Tracy Tschoerner-Hendrix Thrall, TX 01T 6 2 Mike Nuby McDade, TX 2N2 Heat 2 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 7 George Egbert Salado, TX 70 2 6 AJ Dancer Red Rock, TX 52 3 2 Ken Plonsky Killeen, TX 4K 4 4 Markiss Harcrow Killeen, TX 29 5 5 Mason Doherty Thrall, TX 33M 6 1 Jeffrey Borho Buda, TX 69B 7 3 John Hobbs McDade, TX 14 Street Stocks A Feature 1 15 laps | 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 6 Rob Slott 48R 2 8 Tommy Gural Elgin, TX 9 3 5 Tim Sikorski Bryan, TX 7S 4 4 Adam Gandara Moody, TX 60 5 7 Tim Ellis Moody, TX 17 6 2 Shawn Lehman Manchaca, TX 28 7 3 Gerald Johnson Bryan, TX 09 8 1 Daniel Gaudette Cedar Creek, TX 5 9 9 Justin Wierenga Killeen, TX 22 Heat 1 8 laps | 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 3 Rob Slott 48R 2 2 Adam Gandara Moody, TX 60 3 4 Tommy Gural Elgin, TX 9 4 1 Shawn Lehman Manchaca, TX 28 5 5 Daniel Gaudette Cedar Creek, TX 5 Heat 2 8 laps | 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 2 Tim Sikorski Bryan, TX 7S 2 1 Gerald Johnson Bryan, TX 09 3 3 Tim Ellis Moody, TX 17 4 4 Justin Wierenga Killeen, TX 22 Factory Stocks A Feature 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 5 Tim Homeyer JEWETT, TX 8 2 6 Grant Wollam Georgetown, TX 26 3 10 Shelbi Baker Ferris, TX 33K 4 7 Steve Sims Austin, TX 58 5 9 Robert Braaton Iola, TX 69 6 1 Stacey Robinette Copperas Cove, TX 43 7 11 Kevin Nejtek Liberty Hill, TX 7 8 3 Ed Hall Bryan, TX 14 9 2 Brady Ricks Moody, TX 24 10 16 Michael Rogers Lexington, TX 10X 11 13 Steven Osborne 04 12 15 Billy Roschetzky IV LEDBETTER, TX 94 13 12 Treyler Caulfield Live Oak, TX 53 14 8 Will Carter Iola, TX 8C 15 4 Kurt Ellis 33 DNS - Frank Sowell Lockhart, TX 28 Heat 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 6 Will Carter Iola, TX 8C 2 5 Grant Wollam Georgetown, TX 26 3 4 Kurt Ellis 33 4 7 Shelbi Baker Ferris, TX 33K 5 3 Brady Ricks Moody, TX 24 6 2 Kevin Nejtek Liberty Hill, TX 7 7 8 Steven Osborne 04 8 1 Billy Roschetzky IV LEDBETTER, TX 94 Heat 2 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 4 Tim Homeyer JEWETT, TX 8 2 3 Ed Hall Bryan, TX 14 3 6 Robert Braaton Iola, TX 69 4 5 Steve Sims Austin, TX 58 5 2 Stacey Robinette Copperas Cove, TX 43 6 8 Treyler Caulfield Live Oak, TX 53 7 1 Frank Sowell Lockhart, TX 28 8 7 Michael Rogers Lexington, TX 10X IMCA Southern SportMod A Feature 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 6 Trevor Egbert Salado, TX 787 2 4 Heath Stewart Webberville , TX H14 3 8 Taylor Florio Copperas Cove, TX 21T 4 9 Gerald Henderson Georgetown, TX 55G 5 7 Don Painter Austin, TX 10D 6 10 John Alverson 26C 7 5 Robert Stewart Del Valle, TX 32 8 3 Colby Miller Beaumont, TX 10 9 2 Jay Simon II Georgetown, TX 26 10 11 Duane Owens Elgin, TX 12D 11 12 Bruce Hinson Marble Falls, TX 7 12 1 Gene Burnett Leander, TX 43G DNS - Dude Ferris Austin, TX 84F DNS - Greg Miller 10T Heat 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 4 Heath Stewart Webberville , TX H14 2 1 Gene Burnett Leander, TX 43G 3 3 Jay Simon II Georgetown, TX 26 4 6 Taylor Florio Copperas Cove, TX 21T 5 7 John Alverson 26C 6 2 Duane Owens Elgin, TX 12D DNS - Greg Miller 10T Heat 2 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 4 Robert Stewart Del Valle, TX 32 2 5 Don Painter Austin, TX 10D 3 3 Colby Miller Beaumont, TX 10 4 7 Trevor Egbert Salado, TX 787 5 6 Gerald Henderson Georgetown, TX 55G 6 2 Bruce Hinson Marble Falls, TX 7 7 1 Dude Ferris Austin, TX 84F Powered by MyRacePass
  9. WOW sore losser

    He rode home on the Ganasi team plane and celebrated with the crew. That is the real story
  10. kids helmets

    Chuck is right though about the amount of kids and early teens riding around in the pits with no gear. The pits can be pretty dark after the races are over, add in cars going out for hot laps and the fans mingling it's alarming to see that amount of young ones on these things unprotected. Good job Chuck, Christina, Scott and Steve for addressing the issue in a productive way.
  11. WOW sore losser

    Bull shit it's his brother.
  12. WOW sore losser

    I dont blame his for that. I probably would have done the same. Why wait a couple of hours when in the middle of the night when he could be home by then. There were lots of people that were flying back he could hitch a ride with. But, the media puts the drama spin on it and people bite. Too funny
  13. kids helmets

    Thats about as a quality of a promotion as you can get. Very well done by that organization.
  14. WOW sore losser

    Kyle was probably half way home by time Kurt even made it to the media center for the mandatory post race interview. Thats what they do now. The race to get out of the track and to there private planes is as big as the race they run on the track. I camp in the infield for the fall race at Talladega. They shut down all traffic for the driver and team carts to get to the airfield next to the track.
  15. kids helmets

    I think they ended up giving away 67 helmets like in the picture attached, some different colors but you get the idea, the whole goal was to get these to/on kids who would actually use / needed them. we often see kiddo's running around on ATV's or Scooters without the protection. I tried to ride thru the pits and get every kid I saw over to the giveaway. Hopefully everyone who needed one was able to receive one ! Big Thanks again to all involved with CBRAC / Scott Barglof and Steve Whiteaker jr. and South Texas Speedway for making it happen.
  16. kids helmets

    Hello, Scott. CBRAC’s Injury Prevention Committee (IPC) would like to come to the race on July 13th and give away ATV helmets to the children in the Pit Area and in the stands as quantities allow. We have between 50-60 helmets to give in various sizes. Karen Beard, Chair of the IPC, and I will be sizing the kids to ensure they are wearing the right size helmet. We would like to set up on the tech pad and start giving away the helmets before the races start, from approximately 6:30-7:30. Once all of the children in the Pit Area have received helmets, we will make our way to the concession area and give away any helmets we have left. I am guessing we will be giving the majority of the helmets to kids in the pits, so I am not sure how best to advertise (if at all) about helmets being available to the general ticket holders. I have attached some info about CBRAC, our logo, and a picture of the ATV helmets we will be handing out. Please let me know what we need to do to in preparation. Thank you for your assistance with this! Christina Perry, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, CCCC Treasurer, CBRAC Mission Statement The Mission of the Coastal Bend Regional Advisory Council Trauma Service Area U is to reduce death/disability related to trauma, acute illness, injury and disaster through implementation of appropriate education and well-planned and coordinated disaster and emergency response systems. CBRAC-U is a non-profit 501(c)3 Trauma Service Area U (CBRAC-U) includes the following counties Aransas, Bee, Brooks, Duval, Kenedy, Kleberg, Live Oak, Jim Wells, McMullen, Nueces, Refugio, and San Patricio. This represents 12,424 square miles and over 597,800 people. TSA-U has a level II Trauma Center, a level III Children’s Hospital and seven level IV facilities as well as Primary Certified Stroke Centers and Accredited Chest Pain with PCI and Resuscitation Centers.
  17. WOW sore losser

    Kyle left Kurt to find his own ride home. M&M needs to look for a new driver to spend there money on. https://m.nascar.com/video/franchise/press-pass/kurt-busch-breaks-down-finish-with-kyle-busch-at-kentucky/#1
  18. L87 New Kart Track

    I can't wait to see the changes Lawrence has made. He has put a lot of effort into this deal. This is giving us a place to develop our next generation of drivers and there are some good ones coming along. It also gives old guys like me a place to act like kids again
  19. JUNGHANS BREAKS THROUGH IN MID-SEASON FORM TO WIN AT RED CEDAR MENOMONIE, WI – July 14, 2019 – The last time the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series saw Chase Junghans in Victory Lane, a shortage of confetti in the cannon put a minor damper on his glorious moment in the winner’s crcle. But after the checkered flag dropped in Sunday’s Series debut at Red Cedar Speedway, Junghans had never been happier to climb atop his ShopQuik Convenience Stores Rocket Chassis to a big confetti shower after driving away from Shane Clanton and Ricky Weiss to pick up his first victory of the season. “We’ve been close all year,” a tired, but smiling Junghans said after the race. “We just finally got to put a complete night together.” And what a complete night it was for the driver from Manhattan, Kansas. Picking up the win in Drydene Heat race number two, Junghans redrew the pole, took the lead from Clanton on the very first lap and never broke his concentration once throughout the 50 laps he led. Not even a late-race caution that re-stacked the field and put 13-time winner Brandon Sheppard on his rear bumper could shake his poise out front. For 21 straight laps, Sheppard chased Junghans through lapped traffic, pressuring him to make a mistake on the top side. But that mistake never came, and Sheppard faded back a bit as the laps clicked off. Junghans was flawless. “I only saw the [Rocket] 1 car one time out of the corner of my eye,” Junghans said. “But those guys are damn good, and it feels really good to beat them. They’ll be on their A-game when we start racing again, so we’ve just got to keep our heads down and keep on chugging along.” Junghans spent almost the entire race on the high side, leaning on the cushion in every corner. Nobody seemed to be able to work the top groove quite like he did or use it to get through several packs of lapped traffic in the way that he made it work. The race’s only caution didn’t come until lap 40, and Junghans found himself in lapped traffic by lap 10. “There were lapped cars left and right, and I was trying to look at my crew guy to see how big of lead I had at one point,” he said. “But when you’re on the top and you’re bouncing off that cushion, it’s hard to be consistent. But this car was phenomenal tonight.” Multiple times, Junghans drove it a bit deeper into the corner and switched to the bottom lane to get around traffic racing in his way on the high side, even threading the needle in between a pair of slower cars to make the move at one point. With the competition that he knew was behind him, Junghans had zero time to waste. “With any of these races today, you have got to go,” he said. “You can’t hesitate. At one point, I was thinking ‘I need to save tires,’ but once that caution came out, I started weaving to keep heat in them, and they felt good. We restarted well, and it was all over by then.” Overall, a stellar performance by the entire team. It’s not always easy to come into a new track and find success right out of the gate, and what a statement win they made on Sunday night in their 3rd trip to World of Outlaws Victory Lane and first since Eriez Speedway last August. “There’s a bunch more we can do to make this thing even faster, so I think we’re going in the right direction,” Junghans said. Make it four-straight top-fives now for Shane Clanton, crossing the line in second on Sunday night. Starting on the pole, he was unable to contain Junghans at the drop of the green but held it in the top three all race long and backed up his Saturday night victory with another spot on the podium. Using that bottom lane, much like he did in his victory at Ogilvie the night before, “The Georgia Bulldog” swiftly made his passes in lapped traffic to keep a steady pace behind the other two leaders. But it was the middle groove on the lap 40 restart that did the trick to get around Sheppard. His only regret was not freeing up the setup a bit more before the Morton Buildings Feature. “We were a little tight,” Clanton said. “We tightened it up a little too much, thinking that it was going to be slick all over. We were just a little too tight across the middle to get to the traction on the bottom that we needed to run with [Junghans].” Even though the setup wasn’t exactly where he wanted it, Clanton and his new team once again showed just how quickly they’ve settled in together and a sign of things to come with yet another podium finish. “I’ve got good help, that’s the good thing,” Clanton said of his Skyline Motorsports crew. “I don’t have to worry about working on my car, I can tune on the racecar. When you can tune on the car, you can make things happen.” It might not have been that pesky first World of Outlaws win that he was looking for, but Ricky Weiss’s hot streak is certainly alive and well after his third-place effort on Sunday night. Weiss ran comfortably in fourth for 31 laps of the race and used the restart opportunity on lap 40 to pull the trigger on a slidejob for third underneath Sheppard coming out of turn four. His tires, still with grip in them, unlike the night prior, fired off on the restart well and he was able to gain the extra spot. “We’ve had some issues with our tires sealing up the last few nights,” Weiss said. “But we tried something different and it definitely helped.” UP NEXT The Outlaws will get a 9-day break from competition before the next show at the 1/2-mile Davenport Speedway in Iowa on July 24. Then, just two days later, Fairbury Speedway will host the World of Outlaws in the 30th edition of the Prairie Dirt Classic, presented by Bank of Pontiac on July 26-27! Morton Buildings Feature (50 Laps) 1. 18-Chase Junghans [2][$10,000]; 2. 25-Shane Clanton [1][$5,000]; 3. 7-Ricky Weiss [4][$3,000]; 4. 1-Brandon Sheppard [3][$2,500]; 5. 97-Cade Dillard [6][$2,000]; 6. 28-Dennis Erb [10][$1,700]; 7. 28m-Jimmy Mars [7][$1,400]; 8. 27-Jake Redetzke [14][$1,300]; 9. 55c-Chad Mahder [9][$1,200]; 10. 15-Nick Anvelink [13][$1,100]; 11. 29-Darrell Lanigan [11][$1,050]; 12. 71-Rick Hanestad [20][$1,000]; 13. 99B-Boom Briggs [19][$950]; 14. 85-John Kaanta [12][$900]; 15. 68-Mike Prochnow [22][$850]; 16. 6-Blake Spencer [21][$800]; 17. 11g-James Giossi [17][$770]; 18. B1-Brent Larson [8][$750]; 19. 11-Pat Doar [15][$730]; 20. 10-Paul Parker [23][$700]; 21. 942-Terry Casey [18][$700]; 22. 6m-Jeff Massingill [24][$700]; 23. 7x-Jesse Glenz [16][$700]; 24. 44-Darrell Nelson [5][$700] Hard Charger: 71-Rick Hanestad[+8]
  20. Davenport Dashes to Diamond Nationals Finale WHEATLAND, Mo. (July 14, 2019) - Jonathan Davenport picked up his second-career CMH Diamond Nationals - Presented by Super Clean on Sunday night at the Lucas Oil Speedway. It was not easy for the defending Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion as he had to hold off a hard-charging Mike Marlar to pick up the $15,000 victory. Davenport's only other win in the annual July event was in 2015. Marlar managed to pass Davenport for the lead as the two came out of turn two on lap 52 but a caution for Tyler Erb negated the pass for the top spot. Davenport opened up a couple of car lengths advantage over Marlar on the restart. Marlar closed the gap in the final two laps, but came up just short at the finish line. Shanon Buckingham started alongside Marlar in row number five and went on for another impressive run for the second night in a row as he captured the third finishing position. Tim McCreadie, who led the first ten laps of the race, finished in fourth followed by Billy Moyer. Davenport and McCreadie started on the front row. McCreadie got the jump on Davenport and took the early lead. Davenport passed McCreadie for the lead on lap 11 and held a comfortable lead for a large portion of the race as McCreadie held the second spot. As the checkers grew closer, Marlar started to make his move by taking the second spot away from McCreadie on lap 45. Marlar then tracked down Davenport but lost all momentum, after clearing Davenport just before the caution for Erb came out. Davenport led the last seven laps to record his ninth series win of 2019. "The track started to clean up at the end we were trying to move around," said the 35-year-old Georgia native. "We were trying to find a line that would work. My line kept going away at the top, so I moved back to the bottom. I guess that caution saved us. Mike [Marlar] has been really good here lately. He has been really consistent. We finally got some speed back in this thing." "Steve Martin is here from Nutrien Ag Solutions," Davenport added. "We have had a heck of a week so far. I want to thank my crew Jason, Tyler, and Matt. They made this car a whole lot better for the feature. We just all put our heads together and we got the results we wanted here tonight. I would like to get another championship for Lance Landers Motorsports." "We would have had the pass of the night," said Marlar who recorded another strong finish with the series. "I am not going to whine about it. I got paid to drive a race car tonight so things aren't so bad. I really enjoy coming out here. It is such an awesome facility. It is always a great crowd here. There's a lot of electricity in the air. We had an awesome weekend." Buckingham who is one of 11 drivers to win an LOLMDS race this season had his best ever finish at Lucas Oil Speedway. "This place is super nice. How could you not like this place? For whatever reason this track just fits my driving style. My crew worked themselves to death to get us a podium finish here tonight. Those cautions killed me, if we could have had the last 19 laps all green, I think we would have been up there challenging for the win." The winner's Lance Landers Motorsports-owned, Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and is sponsored by: Nutrien Ag Solutions, ASC Warranty, Penske Racing Shocks, Valvoline, Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas, Spartan Mowers, and Hawkeye Trucks. Completing the top ten were Josh Richards, Scott Bloomquist, Stormy Scott, Will Vaught, and Devin Moran. Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Race Summary Sunday, July 14, 2019 CMH Diamond Nationals - Presented by Super Clean Lucas Oil Speedway - Wheatland, Mo. Miller Welders Time Trials Fast Time Group A: Jonathan Davenport / 16.056 seconds (overall) Fast Time Group B: Kyle Bronson / 16.690 seconds Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Jonathan Davenport, Rick Eckert, Shanon Buckingham, Tony Jackson, Jr., Hudson O'Neal ,Payton Looney, Earl Pearson, Jr., Cody Laney, Mason Oberkramer, Jason Sivils FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Scott Bloomquist, Jimmy Owens, Tyler Erb ®, Austin Siebert, Josh Richards, Billy Moyer, Jr., Jon Binning, Jake Neal, Gavin Landers,, Michael Norris Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Tim McCreadie, Kyle Bronson, Mike Marlar, Kaeden Cornell, Stormy Scott, Raymond Merrill, Terry Phillips, Logan Martin, Joey Moriarty, Reid Millard Lucas Oil Products Penetrating Oil Heat Race #4 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): Shannon Babb, Billy Moyer, Will Vaught, RC Whitwell, Austin Rettig, Devin Moran ®, Mitch McGrath, Al Humphrey, Joseph Gorby Lucas Oil Products Red "N" Tacky Spray Grease B-Main #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Josh Richards, Earl Pearson, Jr., Payton Looney, Billy Moyer, Jr., Cody Laney, Hudson O'Neal, Mason Oberkramer, Jon Binning, Jason Sivils, Michael Norris, Jake Neal-DNS, Gavin Landers-DNS FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): Austin Rettig, Devin Moran ®, Terry Phillips, Stormy Scott, Logan Martin, Raymond Merrill, Joey Moriarty, Al Humphrey, Mitch McGrath, Joseph Gorby, Reid Millard Lucas Oil Feature Finish (60 Laps): FINISH START CAR # DRIVER NAME HOMETOWN EARNINGS 1 1 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA $16,100 2 10 157 Mike Marlar Winfield, TN $6,500 3 9 50 Shanon Buckingham Morristown, TN $4,200 4 2 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY $3,700 5 8 21 Billy Moyer Batesville, AR $2,500 6 17 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV $2,700 7 3 0 Scott Bloomquist Mooresburg, TN $1,700 8 25 2s Stormy Scott Las Cruses, NM $1,300 9 12 1V Will Vaught Crane, MO $1,550 10 20 1M Devin Moran ® Dresden, OH $2,300 11 4 18 Shannon Babb Mowequa, IL $1,450 12 19 1 Earl Pearson, Jr. Jacksonville, FL $2,200 13 5 2e Rick Eckert York, PA $1,350 14 23 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN $2,000 15 14 50X Kaeden Cornell Willard, MO $1,200 16 16 71T RC Whitwell Tucson, AZ $1,100 17 7 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN $1,900 18 24 21JR Billy Moyer, Jr. Batesville, AR $1,700 19 15 16A Austin Siebert Grandview, MO $1,000 20 28 36 Logan Martin West Plains, MO $1,000 21 11 1T Tyler Erb ® New Waverly, TX $1,700 22 27 74m Mitch McGrath Waukesha, WI $1,000 23 21 15P Payton Looney Republic, MO $1,000 24 13 56 Tony Jackson, Jr. Lebanon, MO $1,000 25 6 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL $1,700 26 22 75 Terry Phillips Springfield, MO $1,000 27 26 5 Michael Norris Sarver, PA $200 28 18 94 Austin Rettig Sikeston, MO $1,000 Race Statistics Entrants: 39 Lap Leaders: Tim McCreadie (Laps 1 - 10); Jonathan Davenport (Laps 11 - 60) Wrisco Feature Winner: Jonathan Davenport Margin of Victory: 0.332 seconds Cautions: Hudson O'Neal (Lap15); Tony Jackson Jr. (Lap 29); Jimmy Owens (Lap 41); Austin Siebert (Lap 44); Tyler Erb (Lap 52) LOLMDS Series Provisionals: Hudson O'Neal, Billy Moyer Jr. LOLMDS Emergency Provisionals: Stormy Scott, Michael Norris MLRA Provisionals: Mitch McGrath, Logan Martin Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Stormy Scott (Advanced 17 Positions) Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Shanon Buckingham Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Billy Moyer Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Devin Moran COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Cornett Racing Engines Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Longhorn Chassis Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Jason Durham (Jonathan Davenport) Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Tim McCreadie (Lap #1 - 16.073 seconds) Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Jimmy Owens STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Jonathan Davenport (50 Laps) PFC Brakes Pole Award: Jonathan Davenport Time of Race: 32 minutes 29 seconds Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings: POS CAR # DRIVER NAME HOMETOWN POINTS EARNINGS 1 49 Jonathan Davenport Blairsville, GA 4975 $174,025 2 1T Tyler Erb ® New Waverly, TX 4550 $114,975 3 1 Earl Pearson, Jr. Jacksonville, FL 4545 $93,425 4 14 Josh Richards Shinnston, WV 4520 $84,000 5 20 Jimmy Owens Newport, TN 4440 $101,700 6 39 Tim McCreadie Watertown, NY 4385 $71,175 7 1M Devin Moran ® Dresden, OH 4280 $65,275 8 71 Hudson O'Neal Martinsville, IN 4180 $82,850 9 40B Kyle Bronson Brandon, FL 3770 $57,500 10 50 Shanon Buckingham Morristown, TN 3750 $50,550 11 21JR Billy Moyer, Jr. Batesville, AR 3495 $37,950 12 2s Stormy Scott Las Cruses, NM 3435 $31,325 13 5 Don O'Neal Martinsville, IN 3120 $45,150 14 0 Scott Bloomquist Mooresburg, TN 2595 $22,250 *Results are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day*
  21. Osky, Silver Dollar, The Hunt on tap for USMTS after summer break With a little more than three weeks to rejuvenate, repair and refocus, the drivers and teams of the United States Modified Touring Series are getting set to embark on the most grueling grind in dirt track racing. It doesn’t seem possible, but just 29 nights of racing remain on the 2019 schedule for the Casey’s General Stores USMTS National Championship powered by Summit. The next event is slated for Wednesday, July 17, when the series returns to the Southern Iowa Speedway in Oskaloosa, Iowa, for the 12th Annual USMTS Summer Classic presented by Keyser Manufacturing. From there, the action shifts to the 9th Annual Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals presented by Swift Springs on Friday and Saturday, July 19-20, at the I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Neb., with a two-segment feature race paying $1,000 to win each segment on Friday, followed by Saturday’s finale which pays $8,000 to the winner and at least $500 to every main event starter. Not to mention our dancing partner for the weekend—the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, which will be gunning for a $53,000 top prize in their final showdown of the weekend. The ‘Silver Dollar’ will carry even more weight as it is the final event of the season in both the MSD Performance USMTS Mid-American Series and Spike Hardcore Energy USMTS Northern Lights Series. The season’s fourth regional series—the Casey’s General Stores Hunt for the USMTS National Championship—begins Thursday, August 1, at the 81 Speedway in Park City, Kan.: Aug. 1 ... 81 Speedway, Park City, Kan. Aug. 2 ... Humboldt Speedway, Humboldt, Kan. Aug. 3 ... Lucas Oil Speedway, Wheatland, Mo. Aug. 4 ... Monett Motor Speedway, Monett, Mo. Aug. 9 ... I-94 Speedway, Fergus Falls, Minn. Aug. 10 ... Ogilvie Raceway, Ogilvie, Minn. Aug. 11 ... Mason City Motor Speedway, Mason City, Iowa Aug. 14 ... I-35 Speedway, Winston, Mo. Aug. 15 ... Salina Speedway, Salina, Kan. Aug. 16 ... Lake Ozark Speedway, Eldon, Mo. Aug. 17 ... Salina Highbanks, Pryor Creek, Okla. Aug. 22 … Hamilton County Speedway, Webster City, Iowa Aug. 23 ... Rapid Speedway, Rock Rapids, Iowa Aug. 24 ... Nobles County Speedway, Worthington, Minn. Aug. 25 ... Casino Speedway, Watertown, S.D. Aug. 30 ... Mississippi Thunder Speedway, Fountain City, Wis. Aug. 31 ... Deer Creek Speedway, Spring Valley, Minn. Sept. 1 ... Fayette County Speedway, West Union, Iowa Sept. 19-21 ... Deer Creek Speedway, Spring Valley, Minn. ‘The Hunt’ wraps up Thursday-Saturday, Sept. 19-21, with the 21st Annual Featherlite Fall Jamboree at the Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minn. But it will be more than a full month before we will know who the 2019 USMTS National Champion will be. The final national points race happens during the 2nd Annual Summit USMTS Southern Nationals at the Kennedale Speedway Park in Kennedale, Texas, Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 31-Nov. 2. This will also be the final points race in the Summit Racing Equipment USMTS Southern Series powered by MSD Performance. One final blockbuster remains with a special two-day, non-points event on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 15-16, at the 81 Speedway in Park City, Kan. Friday will be the 3rd Annual Park City Chisholm Trail Showdown with a $3,000-to-win feature race. On Saturday, it will be final crown jewel of the year and season finale as the 81 Speedway hosts the 4th Annual Grant Junghans Memorial with a $10,000 top prize up for grabs on Saturday, Nov. 16—one day before Grant’s birthday. To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit USMTS.com or call (515) 832-7944. You can also like the USMTS on Facebook, visit us on Instagram, follow us on Twitter, connect with us on LinkedIn and watch us on YouTube. Keep up to speed with everything USMTS and subscribe to the USMTS e-Newsletter.
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