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  1. Austin Wayne Self, AM Racing take checkered flag on 2019 season with top-20 finish at Homestead-Miami Speedway Homestead-Miami (Fla.) Speedway | Ford EcoBoost 200 Race Recap Team: No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado Driver: Austin Wayne Self Follow the Team: @AMRacingNASCAR; @AustinWSelf Start: 14th Finish: 19th; Running (133 | 134 laps completed) Driver Points Position: 14th | Owner Points Position: 14th Austin Wayne Self Quote: "It was a long day at Homestead-Miami Speedway searching for what we needed for that track. We were hoping for a little bit better run to end the season, but we learned a lot for what we will need when we return in March. “I can’t believe that the 2019 season is over with, but we’re already focused on 2020 and can’t thank all of our partners at AM Racing for making this year a successful one. "Daytona will be here before we know it.” Next Up: NextEra Energy Resources 250 at Daytona (Fla.) International Speedway on Fri. Feb. 14, 2020, at 7:30 p.m. (ET) live on FOX Sports 1 (FS1) | Motor Racing Network and SiriusXM Satellite Radio NASCAR Channel 90. For more on Austin Wayne Self, please visit awsracing.com, like his Facebook page (Austin Wayne Self) or follow him on Twitter @AustinWSelf. For more on AM Racing, please visit AMRacingteam.com, like their Facebook page (AM Racing) or follow them on Twitter @AMRacingNASCAR.
  2. Bleess' awesome autumn continues with Grant Junghans Memorial win PARK CITY, Kansas (November 16)--On a history-making night at the 81 Speedway where crew members, fans and racers honored the late Grant Junghans and paid tribute to hall-of-fame promoter C. Ray Hall, a young driver from Chatfield, Minnesota, named Jacob Bleess forever etched his name into dirt modified racing lore.With the champagne still not dry on the Featherlite Fall Jamboree trophy he took home on September 21, Bleess gave the audience in Park City, Kansas, an encore performance with a wire-to-wire victory at the 4th Annual Grant Junghans Memorial.Following a heat race win, Bleess revealed his formula for success in the main event: "Stay consistent, keep the tires on it and not get passed."The racing surface was spectacular and racy all weekend but locked down right away in Saturday's feature race and put passing at a premium.Drawing the pole position was the one box Bleess checked just to be sure."Got that clean air right away and knew if I had the lead and just quarter-throttle the whole time and keep the tires under it-I didn't really see that many people blow tires-so I knew I was pretty good for how much I was saving," a smiling Bleess said during his victory lane celebration. "It was a good night."Bleess, who finished seventh in Friday night's Chisholm Trail Showdown nightcap, beat reigning World of Outlaws Late Model Series champ Brandon Sheppard into the first corner and that was all she wrote."When you're out front leading, you can set the pace and the guys behind you are usually going a little harder than you," Bleess added. "No one was blowing tires so I knew we were going to be okay."Remembering one of the most popular USMTS racers ever, Saturday's Grant Junghans Memorial main event paid $10,002 to the winner while each of the 24 main event starters earned no less than $1,202.Bleess was 22 years old when he took the checkered flag Saturday night, but will celebrate his 23rd birthday after midnight on the same day that Junghans was born. He would have been 31 on Sunday.The racing world lost Junghans on March 12, 2016, after a courageous six-year battle with a rare form of neuroendocrine cancer. The Grant Junghans Memorial is an opportunity for his family, friends, fans and fellow competitors to remember the good times and racing memories shared in his 27 years with us.Junghans was first diagnosed with cancer in February of 2010. Despite on-again off-again chemotherapy treatments and numerous surgeries, he never lost his sense of humor, fighting spirit or natural-born tendency to be decent to others.He was also the 2009 USMTS Rookie of the Year and that award has since been renamed in his honor.Saturday's triumph was the second career USMTS win for Bleess. His first came 55 days earlier at the Deer Creek Speedway during the 21st Annual Featherlite Fall Jamboree.Sheppard finished second Saturday while another Lucas Schott, who topped the inaugural Grant Junghans Memorial in 2016, came home in third.Tyler Wolff held off 2017 event winner and reigning USMTS National Champion Rodney Sanders for fourth while Tanner Mullens, Dereck Ramirez, Darron Fuqua, Ryan Gustin and Chase Junghans rounded out the top 10.A former USMTS competitor, Chase Junghans is the younger brother of Grant Junghans.Saturday was also the final event as owner/operator of the 81 Speedway for award-winning promoter C. Ray Hall, ending an historical 58-year run at the helm.Friends of dirt track racing that stepped up to support this event include A&A Electric & Underground, Malvern Bank, MB Customs Race Cars, Ramirez Motorsports, Rancho Milagro, Real Racing Wheels, Rick Beebe Heating & Air Conditioning and Shop Quik Convenience Stores.Lap sponsors for the 50-lap main event include A One Automotive, Aceco Rental & Sales, AJ's Café, BMJ Enterprises, Broadway Truck & Auto, Caney Valley Speedway, Designs Unlimited, Dirt Life Illustrated, Dirt Monthly Magazine, Doherty Brothers Construction, Duvall Electric, First Class Septic, FYE Motorsports, GW Performance, Hacienda Mechanical, Hass Horizontal, Hoker Trucking, Hughes Racing Chassis, Humboldt Speedway, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Mississippi Thunder Speedway, Monarch Motor Speedway, MSRMafia.com, New Point Lighting & Design, Nick, Larry and Blonde Bomber, OFI Performance, RaceKnowHow.com, Roy and Becky Thackery, S&S Fishing & Rental, SouthernStockyards.com in memory of John Stand, Vado Speedway Park, VanderBuilt Race Cars/Gresham Services and Wichita Tank Racing.To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS), visit USMTS.com online or call (515) 832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at facebook.com/USMTS, follow on Twitter at twitter.com/USMTS, check us out on Instagram at instagram.com/USMTS and subscribe to our YouTube channel at youtube.com/USMTSTV. Keep up to speed by joining our email list at USMTS.com/Subscribe.= = = = = = = = = = = = = = =OFFICIAL RESULTS United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) 4th Annual Grant Junghans Memorial 81 Speedway, Park City, Kansas Saturday, November 16, 2019Showing finishing position, starting position in parentheses, car number, driver, hometown and money won. The top 12 in heat race passing points advance to the Casey's General Stores "A" Main.SIMPSON PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #1 (8 laps):1. (4) 21 Jacob Bleess, Chatfield, Minn.2. (2) 15W Alex Williamson, Rushford, Minn.3. (6) 18 Chase Junghans, Manhattan, Kan.4. (1) 25C Johnny Cammon, Wichita, Kan.5. (10) 52 Ryan McAninch, Hutchinson, Kan.6. (7) 4RJ Jared Russell, Wagoner, Okla.7. (3) 86 Eric Main, Hutchinson, Kan.8. (8) 06 Andrew Wallace, Wichita, Kan.9. (5) 23 Justin Rexwinkle, South Coffeyville, Okla.10. (9) 15 Blake Davis, South Coffeyville, Okla.FAST SHAFTS HEAT RACE #2 (8 laps):1. (3) 17 Mike Striegel, Wheatland, Mo.2. (2) 81 Cody Simpson, Quinlan, Texas3. (4) 9T Cole Traugott, Woodward, Okla.4. (9) 34 Kale Westover, Blair, Okla.5. (5) 96JR Jon Herring Jr.., Woodward, Okla.6. (6) 7 Treyton Gann, Ponca City, Okla.7. (1) A2 Randy Wilson, Wichita, Kan.8. (10) 11N Gene Nicholas, Lowell, Ark.9. (8) 32R Daniel Richey, Wichita, Kan.10. (7) 51T Tim Thomas, Fargo, N.D.EDELBROCK HEAT RACE #3 (8 laps):1. (7) 02 Tanner Mullens, Wichita, Kan.2. (8) 55 Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa3. (9) 87 Darron Fuqua, Mayetta, Kan.4. (3) 9R Brody Robe, Wichita, Kan.5. (4) 00 Cody Jolly, Jasper, Mo.6. (10) 32B Josh Lanterman, Derby, Kan.7. (2) 3 Arne Anderson, Watertown, S.D.8. (6) 30 Tad Davis, Chanute, Kan.9. (5) 29 Keith Hammett, Brookland, Ark.DNS - 9 Andy Eickhoff, Albion, Neb.MSD PERFROMANCE HEAT RACE #4 (8 laps):1. (5) 4B Brandon Sheppard, New Berlin, Ill.2. (6) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas3. (9) 4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla.4. (4) 28 Wendall Bolden, Greenville, Texas5. (8) 65 Tyler Davis, Haysville, Kan.6. (2) 77D Edward Leecy, Derby, Kan.7. (1) 37J Ronnie Burkhardt, Topeka, Kan.8. (7) 52C Alex Cammon, Wichita, Kan.9. (3) 5F Drake Findley, Bryant, Ark.10. (10) 0K Kendall Kemp, Maize, Kan.VP RACING FUELS HEAT RACE #5 (8 laps):1. (3) 4W Tyler Wolff, Fayetteville, Ark.2. (8) 69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn.3. (4) 57 Duke Erickson, Sioux Falls, S.D.4. (5) 01A Drew Armstrong, Alexander, Ark.5. (1) 1 Kirby Robe, Wichita, Kan.6. (6) 2G Brandon Givens, Perry, Okla.7. (2) 5D Devon Havlik, Iowa Falls, Iowa8. (7) 22B Rick Beebe, Shawnee, Kan.9. (9) 22N Kevin Newell, Wichita, Kan.REAL RACING WHEELS "B" MAIN #1 (15 laps, top 6 advance):1. (2) 9T Cole Traugott, Woodward, Okla.2. (3) 52 Ryan McAninch, Hutchinson, Kan.3. (1) 81 Cody Simpson, Quinlan, Texas4. (8) 4RJ Jared Russell, Wagoner, Okla.5. (16) 29 Keith Hammett, Brookland, Ark.6. (4) 65 Tyler Davis, Haysville, Kan.7. (7) 00 Cody Jolly, Jasper, Mo., $1528. (6) 32B Josh Lanterman, Derby, Kan., $1529. (5) 9R Brody Robe, Wichita, Kan., $15210. (18) 51T Tim Thomas, Fargo, N.D., $15211. (9) 77D Edward Leecy, Derby, Kan., $15212. (17) 22N Kevin Newell, Wichita, Kan., $15213. (13) 06 Andrew Wallace, Wichita, Kan., $15214. (12) 5D Devon Havlik, Iowa Falls, Iowa, $15215. (10) 86 Eric Main, Hutchinson, Kan., $15216. (14) 52C Alex Cammon, Wichita, Kan., $15217. (15) 23 Justin Rexwinkle, South Coffeyville, Okla., $15218. (11) 3 Arne Anderson, Watertown, S.D., $15219. (19) 0K Kendall Kemp, Maize, Kan., $152REAL RACING WHEELS "B" MAIN #2 (15 laps, top 6 advance):1. (1) 34 Kale Westover, Blair, Okla.2. (3) 01A Drew Armstrong, Alexander, Ark.3. (14) 22B Rick Beebe, Shawnee, Kan.4. (9) 2G Brandon Givens, Perry, Okla.5. (2) 57 Duke Erickson, Sioux Falls, S.D.6. (5) 28 Wendall Bolden, Greenville, Texas7. (12) 11N Gene Nicholas, Lowell, Ark., $1528. (7) 1 Kirby Robe, Wichita, Kan., $1529. (6) 96JR Jon Herring Jr.., Woodward, Okla., $15210. (13) 30 Tad Davis, Chanute, Kan., $15211. (17) 15 Blake Davis, South Coffeyville, Okla., $15212. (4) 25C Johnny Cammon, Wichita, Kan., $15213. (15) 32R Daniel Richey, Wichita, Kan., $15214. (8) 7 Treyton Gann, Ponca City, Okla., $15215. (11) 37J Ronnie Burkhardt, Topeka, Kan., $15216. (18) 9 Andy Eickhoff, Albion, Neb., $15217. (16) 5F Drake Findley, Bryant, Ark., $15218. (10) A2 Randy Wilson, Wichita, Kan., $152CASEY'S GENERAL STORES "A" MAIN (50 laps):1. (1) 21 Jacob Bleess, Chatfield, Minn., $10,0022. (2) 4B Brandon Sheppard, New Berlin, Ill., $50023. (6) 69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn., $40024. (3) 4W Tyler Wolff, Fayetteville, Ark., $30025. (5) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas, $25026. (4) 02 Tanner Mullens, Wichita, Kan., $22027. (10) 4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla., $20028. (9) 87 Darron Fuqua, Mayetta, Kan., $18029. (7) 55 Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa, $170210. (11) 18 Chase Junghans, Manhattan, Kan., $160211. (13) 9T Cole Traugott, Woodward, Okla., $150212. (12) 15W Alex Williamson, Rushford, Minn., $140213. (14) 34 Kale Westover, Blair, Okla., $130214. (15) 52 Ryan McAninch, Hutchinson, Kan., $129215. (19) 4RJ Jared Russell, Wagoner, Okla., $128216. (21) 29 Keith Hammett, Brookland, Ark., $127217. (23) 65 Tyler Davis, Haysville, Kan., $126218. (8) 17 Mike Striegel, Wheatland, Mo., $125219. (22) 57 Duke Erickson, Sioux Falls, S.D., $124220. (18) 22B Rick Beebe, Shawnee, Kan., $123221. (16) 01A Drew Armstrong, Alexander, Ark., $122222. (24) 28 Wendall Bolden, Greenville, Texas, $121223. (20) 2G Brandon Givens, Perry, Okla., $120224. (17) 81 Cody Simpson, Quinlan, Texas, $1202Lap Leader: Bleess 1-50.Total Laps Led: Bleess 50.Margin of Victory: 0.643 second.Time of Race: 19 minutes, 1.253 seconds (1 caution).Provisional Starters: None.Entries: 49.Next Race: Season complete.
  3. Sanders shoots down challengers at Chisholm Trail Showdown PARK CITY, Kansas (November 15)--Rodney Sanders rolled to his 11th main event victory of the season Friday as the United States Modified Touring Series kicked off the final weekend of the season with the 3rd Annual Chisholm Trail Showdown at the 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas. Coming into the night as the newly-crowned and now three-time USMTS National Champion, Sanders emerged from a spirited battle with Tanner Mullens to pull away in the closing laps and secure the $3,000 winner's share of the prize money. Making just his second career USMTS start, Cody Jolly jumped out to lead the first lap and proceeded to pull away to a huge ten-car-length advantage over Tyler Wolff who had nearly the same cushion over a three-var battle for third when the race's first caution flag waved with five laps into the 40-lapper. With Wolff glued to his rear bumper on the restart, Jolly tip-toed a little too high entering turn one and opened the door for Tanner Mullens to take charge of the race while Sanders followed into second place. After completing one more lap, a major melee took place in turn one when Dan Powers and polesitter Keith Hammett made contact as they passed the flagstand. The result was Powers spinning in front of the oncoming pack, and when the dust settled at least five more cars were headed to the pits with unrepairable damage, including Ryan Gustin, Cory Crapser, Paden Phillips, Cody Schniepp and Josh Lanterman. Back under green, Mullens and Sanders began a stretch of more than 15 laps that saw the pair swap the lead seven times while they danced in and out of lapped cars while the race for third between Wolff, Darron Fuqua and Dereck Ramirez forced fans to keep one eye on that battle. Debris on the track forced the third yellow flag of the contest on lap 25 with Sanders leading Mullens, Fuqua, Ramirez and Featherlite Fall Jamboree winner Jacob Bleess, who started 18th on the 24-car grid. Another caution seven laps later gave the field a glimmer of hope, but Sanders proved to be too much in the last half of the race and collected his 97th career USMTS main event on the eve of the Grant Junghans Memorial. "It's been a pretty good night," Sanders said in victory lane. "The track was pretty hammer down early but it widened out pretty good." Mullens held on for second to record his career-best effort with the USMTS while Ramirez finished third and his temporary teammate and newly-crowned World of Outlaws Late Model Series champion Brandon Sheppard wound up fourth in his USMTS debut. Fuqua held off Wolff for fifth, Bleess was seventh, Chase Junghans charged to an eighth-place finish, rookie Alex Williamson nabbed ninth and reigning NCRA champion Tyler Davis rounded out the top 10. The 4th Annual Grant Junghans Memorial happens on Saturday. Memorializing one of the most popular USMTS racers ever, Saturday's 50-lap main event will once again pay $10,002 to the winner while every main event starter will earn at least $1,202. The racing world lost Grant Junghans on March 12, 2016, after a courageous six-year battle with a rare form of neuroendocrine cancer. The Grant Junghans Memorial is an opportunity for his family, friends, fans and fellow competitors to remember the good times and racing memories shared in his 27 years with us. Junghans was first diagnosed with cancer in February of 2010. Despite on-again off-again chemotherapy treatments and numerous surgeries, he never lost his sense of humor, fighting spirit or natural-born tendency to be decent to others. He was also the 2009 USMTS Rookie of the Year and that award has since been renamed in his honor. Lucas Schott topped the inaugural Grant Junghans Memorial in 2016, Sanders took home the trophy in 2017 and Jake O'Neil claimed the title last year. This year's event is even more special as the race will take place on the eve of Grant's birthday. It's also the first year that the race will be hosted by the 81 Speedway. The USMTS road warriors will be joined by B-Mods again Saturday. They'll be racing for $1,002 to win and $122 to start the feature. On Saturday, the pits open at 2 p.m., grandstands open at 3 and racing gets underway at 5. General admission tickets are $25, juniors (12-16) and seniors (65+) are $20, kids (6-11) are $10 and children ages 5 and under get in for free. Pit passes are $40. For every grandstand ticket and pit pass sold, $5 will go to the Grant Junghans Memorial Fund which supports research and funding for childhood cancer. Also, $25 from each entry received will go to the fund. Saturday's entry fee is $150 for Modifieds while B-Mods will have a $50 entry fee. Friends of dirt track racing that have stepped up to support this event include A&A Electric & Underground, Malvern Bank, MB Customs Race Cars, Ramirez Motorsports, Rancho Milagro, Real Racing Wheels, Rick Beebe Heating & Air Conditioning and Shop Quik Convenience Stores. Lap sponsors for the 50-lap main event include A One Automotive, Aceco Rental & Sales, AJ's Café, BMJ Enterprises, Broadway Truck & Auto, Caney Valley Speedway, Designs Unlimited, Dirt Life Illustrated, Dirt Monthly Magazine, Doherty Brothers Construction, Duvall Electric, First Class Septic, FYE Motorsports, GW Performance, Hacienda Mechanical, Hass Horizontal, Hoker Trucking, Hughes Racing Chassis, Humboldt Speedway, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Mississippi Thunder Speedway, Monarch Motor Speedway, MSRMafia.com, New Point Lighting & Design, Nick, Larry and Blonde Bomber, OFI Performance, RaceKnowHow.com, Roy and Becky Thackery, S&S Fishing & Rental, SouthernStockyards.com in memory of John Stand, Vado Speedway Park, VanderBuilt Race Cars/Gresham Services and Wichita Tank Racing. Every lap of every race will be covered live by RacinDirt.TV. To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS), visit USMTS.com online or call (515) 832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at facebook.com/USMTS, follow on Twitter at twitter.com/USMTS, check us out on Instagram at instagram.com/USMTS and subscribe to our YouTube channel at youtube.com/USMTSTV. Keep up to speed by joining our email list at USMTS.com/Subscribe. = = = = = = = = = = = = = = = OFFICIAL RESULTS United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) 3rd Annual Park City Chisholm Trail Showdown 81 Speedway, Park City, Kansas Friday, November 15, 2019 Showing finishing position, starting position in parentheses, car number, driver, hometown and money won. The top 12 in heat race passing points advance to the "A" Main. SIMPSON PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS HEAT RACE #1 (8 laps): 1. (1) 00 Cody Jolly, Jasper, Mo. 2. (3) 18 Chase Junghans, Manhattan, Kan. 3. (2) 9T Cole Traugott, Woodward, Okla. 4. (9) 4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla. 5. (5) 7C J.D Choate, Ponca City, Okla. 6. (7) 4A Josh Lanterman, Derby, Kan. 7. (4) 4RX Jared Russell, Wagoner, Okla. 8. (6) 9R Brody Robe, Wichita, Kan. 9. (10) 17 Mike Striegel, Wheatland, Mo. 10. (8) 9 Andy Eickhoff, Albion, Neb. FAST SHAFTS HEAT RACE #2 (8 laps): 1. (2) 55 Chris Kratzer, Wichita, Kan. 2. (9) 4W Tyler Wolff, Fayetteville, Ark. 3. (5) 19R Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa 4. (6) 4B Brandon Sheppard, New Berlin, Ill. 5. (3) 06 Andrew Wallace, Wichita, Kan. 6. (7) 9D8 Paden Phillips, Chanute, Kan. 7. (10) 52C Alex Cammon, Wichita, Kan. 8. (4) 22B Rick Beebe, Shawnee, Kan. 9. (8) 2G Brandon Givens, Wichita, Kan. 10. (1) 86 Brian Franz, Halstead, Kan. EDELBROCK HEAT RACE #3 (8 laps): 1. (2) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas 2. (3) 65 Tyler Davis, Haysville, Kan. 3. (7) 4 Dan Powers, Wichita, Kan. 4. (8) 21C Cody Schniepp, Wichita, Kan. 5. (10) 01X Beau Davis, Cheney, Kan. 6. (5) 22N Kevin Newell, Wichita, Kan. 7. (9) 21 Jacob Bleess, Chatfield, Minn. 8. (1) 86E Eric Main, Hutchinson, Kan. 9. (4) 11N Gene Nicholas, Lowell, Ark. 10. (6) 1 Kirby Robe, Wichita, Kan. MSD PERFROMANCE HEAT RACE #4 (8 laps): 1. (1) 32B Bob Bills, Wichita, Kan. 2. (4) 02 Tanner Mullens, Wichita, Kan. 3. (6) 87 Darron Fuqua, Mayetta, Kan. 4. (5) 69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn. 5. (8) 15W Alex Williamson, Rushford, Minn. 6. (7) 81 Cody Simpson, Quinlan, Texas 7. (9) 01A Drew Armstrong, Alexander, Ark. 8. (3) 5D Devon Havlik, Iowa Falls, Iowa 9. (2) 3 Arne Anderson, Watertown, S.D. VP RACING FUELS HEAT RACE #5 (8 laps): 1. (2) 29 Keith Hammett, Brookland, Ark. 2. (3) 07 Cory Crapser, Chippewa Falls, Wis. 3. (1) 34 Kale Westover, Blair, Okla. 4. (4) 96JR Jon Herring Jr., Woodward, Okla. 5. (7) 25C Johnny Cammon, Wichita, Kan. 6. (5) 57 Duke Erickson, Sioux Falls, S.D. 7. (8) 51T Tim Thomas, Fargo, N.D. 8. (6) 7 Treyton Gann, Ponca City, Okla. 9. (9) 52 Ryan McAninch, Hutchinson, Kan. REAL RACING WHEELS "B" MAIN #1 (15 laps, top 6 advance): 1. (1) 4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla. 2. (5) 15W Alex Williamson, Rushford, Minn. 3. (4) 4B Brandon Sheppard, New Berlin, Ill. 4. (3) 34 Kale Westover, Blair, Okla. 5. (2) 21C Cody Schniepp, Wichita, Kan. 6. (8) 9D8 Paden Phillips, Chanute, Kan. 7. (7) 06 Andrew Wallace, Wichita, Kan., $90 8. (12) 4RX Jared Russell, Wagoner, Okla., $90 9. (10) 57 Duke Erickson, Sioux Falls, S.D., $90 10. (17) 52 Ryan McAninch, Hutchinson, Kan., $90 11. (9) 52C Alex Cammon, Wichita, Kan., $90 12. (14) 5D Devon Havlik, Iowa Falls, Iowa, $90 13. (6) 25C Johnny Cammon, Wichita, Kan., $90 14. (16) 11N Gene Nicholas, Lowell, Ark., $90 15. (18) 86 Brian Franz, Halstead, Kan., $90 16. (11) 01A Drew Armstrong, Alexander, Ark., $90 17. (15) 17 Mike Striegel, Wheatland, Mo., $90 DNS - 22B Rick Beebe, Shawnee, Kan., $90 REAL RACING WHEELS "B" MAIN #2 (15 laps, top 6 advance): 1. (1) 19R Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa 2. (4) 69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn. 3. (10) 21 Jacob Bleess, Chatfield, Minn. 4. (5) 96JR Jon Herring Jr., Woodward, Okla. 5. (3) 01X Beau Davis, Cheney, Kan. 6. (7) 4A Josh Lanterman, Derby, Kan. 7. (8) 81 Cody Simpson, Quinlan, Texas, $90 8. (12) 9R Brody Robe, Wichita, Kan., $90 9. (13) 86E Eric Main, Hutchinson, Kan., $90 10. (9) 22N Kevin Newell, Wichita, Kan., $90 11. (11) 51T Tim Thomas, Fargo, N.D., $90 12. (14) 7 Treyton Gann, Ponca City, Okla., $90 13. (2) 9T Cole Traugott, Woodward, Okla., $90 14. (17) 9 Andy Eickhoff, Albion, Neb., $90 15. (6) 7C J.D. Choate, Ponca City, Okla., $90 16. (18) 1 Kirby Robe, Wichita, Kan., $90 17. (16) 3 Arne Anderson, Watertown, S.D., $90 DNS - 2G Brandon Givens, Wichita, Kan., $90 CASEY'S GENERAL STORES "A" MAIN (40 laps): 1. (6) 20 Rodney Sanders, Happy, Texas, $3000 2. (5) 02 Tanner Mullens, Wichita, Kan., $1700 3. (13) 4R Dereck Ramirez, Woodward, Okla., $1100 4. (17) 4B Brandon Sheppard, New Berlin, Ill., $700 5. (12) 87 Darron Fuqua, Mayetta, Kan., $600 6. (3) 4W Tyler Wolff, Fayetteville, Ark., $550 7. (18) 21 Jacob Bleess, Chatfield, Minn., $500 8. (9) 18 Chase Junghans, Manhattan, Kan., $450 9. (15) 15W Alex Williamson, Rushford, Minn., $425 10. (10) 65 Tyler Davis, Haysville, Kan., $400 11. (2) 00 Cody Jolly, Jasper, Mo., $375 12. (7) 55 Chris Kratzer, Wichita, Kan., $350 13. (22) 01X Beau Davis, Cheney, Kan., $325 14. (19) 34 Kale Westover, Blair, Okla., $300 15. (20) 96JR Jon Herring Jr., Woodward, Okla., $275 16. (4) 32B Bob Bills, Wichita, Kan., $250 17. (1) 29 Keith Hammett, Brookland, Ark., $250 18. (8) 4 Dan Powers, Wichita, Kan., $250 19. (16) 69 Lucas Schott, Chatfield, Minn., $250 20. (14) 19R Ryan Gustin, Marshalltown, Iowa, $250 21. (11) 07 Cory Crapser, Chippewa Falls, Wis., $250 22. (23) 9D8 Paden Phillips, Chanute, Kan., $250 23. (21) 21C Cody Schniepp, Wichita, Kan., $250 24. (24) 4A Josh Lanterman, Derby, Kan., $250 Entries: 48. Next Race: Saturday, November 16, 81 Speedway, Park city, Kansas.
  4. Race Advance Homestead Miami Speedway NGOTS Roper Racing Team
  5. Pro Modifieds Feature 1. 2 Dillon Spreen, 40 laps 2. 66 Logan Bearden, 40 3. 79 Joe Aramendia, 40 4. 21 Jason Marshall, 40 5. 5 Jake Kruger, 40 6. 31 Chase Schubert, 40 7. 7 Brian Otts, 40 8. 01 Allen Sampson, 40 9. 26 Bob Slezinsky, 40 10. 500 Jake Thomasson, 39 11. 70 Sonny Hunt, 38 12. 82 Michael Brown, 37 13. 45 Patrick Villarreal, 25 Pro Trucks Feature 1. 30 Colt James, 30 laps 2. 73 Jim Teague, 30 3. 05 Brandon Leonard, 30 4. 48 Jake Wright, 30 5. 82 Anthony Monroe, 30 6. 11 Shelby Huff, 30 7. 06 Dale Sheen, 30 8. 14 Michelle Reininger, 30 9. 7 Zoey Barker, 28 10. 13 David Webster, 12 Outlaws Feature 1. 17 Robert Barker, 30 laps 2. 7 Chris Schild, 30 3. 12 Mike Reininger, 30 4. 69 Mike Pollaro, 30 5. 71 Deed Dupont, 29 6. 70 Brian Benedict, 21 7. 96 Greg Davidson, 14 Super Stocks Feature 1. 92 Dillon Gaither, 20 laps 2. 8 Brandon Gaither, 20 3. 22 Corey Winne, 20 4. 40 Kenny Hurley, 20 5. 55 John Winne, 20 6. 00 Cordell Seacreast, 20 7. 90 Brian Bell. 18 8. 89 Brandon Moeller, 9 9. 44 Damon Bean, 0 10. 24 Paul Reyes III, 0 11. 51 Harold Cope, 0 12. 49 Brian Schneider, DQ Eco Stock Feature 1. 50 Doug Gibson, 20 laps 2. 51 Brent Devoti, 20 3. 74 Mike Mecum, 20 4. 24 Will Planter, 20 5. 15 Devon Surritt, 20 6. 76 Brian Oneal, 20 7. 938 Dusty Walker, 19 8. 72 Soren Rasmussen, 15 9. 3 Doug Gibson, 0 Legacys Feature 1. 82 Cade McKee, 20 laps 2. 3 Delbert May, 20 3. 68 David Duck, 20 4. 64 Brad Harden, 20 5. 37 Jaida Simental, 20 6. 1 Ethan Barker, 20 7. 7 James Remore, 20 8. 35 Dooley Smith, 20 9. 13 Del Harris, 20 10. 48 Mike Knotts, 19 11. 44 Austin Bean, 18 Dwarf Feature 1. 18 Jerry Young, 20 laps 2. 37 Drew Simental, 20 3. 99 Dwain Groff, 20 4. 25 Kyle Sarsisson, 19 DNS 11 Brian Benedict DNS 5 Jim Kritikos NasKarts Feature 1. 93 Chad Rogers, 20 laps 2. 18 Travis Roderick, 20 3. 29 Marty Kries, 20 4. 3 Delbert May, 18 5. 13 Unk,18 6. 22 Halie Tanner, 18 7. 7 James Fitzgerald, 5
  6. If you know anything at all about Todd McLemore, you know that he runs nothing but the best.
  7. Austin Wayne Self, AM Racing solider to solid top-20 finish at ISM Raceway Team: No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado Driver: Austin Wayne Self Follow the Team: @AMRacingNASCAR; @AustinWSelf Start: 25th Finish: 18th; Running (149 | 150 laps completed) Driver Points Position: 14th | Owner Points Position: 14th Austin Wayne Self Quote: “The track changed a lot on Friday night and we had to work hard to keep the balance underneath our No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet. “During the second stage, we found some life in the truck but lost a little bit during the final stage that kept us from finishing a little better. “Everything we’re doing now is to prepare for next season and we’re hoping to finish out the season with a good really race next weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway.” Next Up: Ford EcoBoost 200 at Homestead-Miami (Fla.) Speedway on Fri. Nov. 15, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. (ET) live on FOX Sports 1 (FS1) | Motor Racing Network and SiriusXM Satellite Radio NASCAR Channel 90. For more on Austin Wayne Self, please visit awsracing.com, like his Facebook page (Austin Wayne Self) or follow him on Twitter @AustinWSelf. For more on AM Racing, please visit AMRacingteam.com, like their Facebook page (AM Racing) or follow them on Twitter @AMRacingNASCAR. About AM Racing: AM Racing is a NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) team owned by entrepreneur Tim Self. Established in December 2015, AM Racing is headquartered in Mooresville, N.C. Operated by Self, a native of Austin, Texas, the team is prided on faith, honesty and intelligent performance.
  8. Rocket1 and Sheppard Celebrate 2nd Crown at Can-Am World Finals CONCORD, NC – Nov. 9, 2019 – Racing journalists, industry professionals, statistical experts... all of their writings, findings and compilations have contributed to one common theme seen across the Dirt Late Model world in 2019. The driver-owner-crew combination of Brandon Sheppard, Mark Richards and all of Rocket1 Racing have just completed one of the greatest seasons in dirt track racing history. The money won, to the statistical records broken, to the numerous appearances in Victory Lane, Sheppard & Co. have been nothing short of just plain dominant since the 2019 season kicked off 10 months ago. In Saturday’s Can-Am World Finals season finale at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway, Sheppard and the team were shooting for one final World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series record to break before the season came to a close, but fell short of the 19-win mark with an 11th-place finish to Jimmy Owens’ seventh career World of Outlaws win at The Dirt Track — now the most of any driver at “America’s Home for Racing.” “The car’s been really good all weekend, we just had a little bit of misfortune the night before,” Owens said in Victory Lane after the race. “I’m just glad to get this Red Line Oil, Reece Monument, Ramirez Motorsports car home in the lead.” Hot on Owens’ tail in the closing stages was none other than the 2019 Rookie of the Year, Ricky Weiss. With his runner-up finish, rebounding from a 14th-place result the night before, the Headingly, Manitoba-native now becomes the highest-finishing Rookie in year-end points standings in Series history at third. For never having raced at Charlotte prior to the weekend, Weiss showed, once again, why he’s one of the most versatile drivers on the circuit at any racetrack. Shane Clanton capped off his 2019 campaign with a 12th-place effort over 50 laps, good enough to defend his runner-up spot in the points standings and rebound from his disappointing seventh-place result in last year’s overall rankings. Chase Junghans and Darrell Lanigan had their struggles over the weekend but were able to hang onto their top-five spots in points, giving Junghans his best-ever year-end result and Lanigan the motivation to come back even stronger in 2020. After the confetti showers had fallen and the trophy presentations completed in Victory Lane, the feeling of a sixth World of Outlaws championship title finally began to sink in for Sheppard and car owner Mark Richards. They may not have come home with the immediate result they wanted, but 18 wins and a record-breaking 340-point margin over second-place in the overall points standings was more than good enough for the boys in blue. “It was just another one of those years,” Sheppard said. “We didn’t get the 19th win like we wanted, but at the end of the day, that gives us something to chase next year. The record is still there, and we know we can do it, it’s just a matter of putting a full season together, doing the same thing we did this year and getting lucky once more.” With eight points races remaining back in September and only one left to win before the end of the season, Sheppard continued to post good finishes, but his hot streak seemed to cool. Northeast and Southeast locals started getting the better of the entire World of Outlaws roster more times than not, and things got tough for the Rocket house car to produce the success it had gotten so accustomed to over the summer. But instead of focusing on the things they didn’t do at season’s end, the Rocket1 gang will head back to Rocket Chassis headquarters in Shinnston, WV, and take pride in each and every big trophy/check they did earn this year because they know, there’s never been a season like the one they just completed before, and no one knows if this level of success will ever be reached again. “In the last eight races, not everything fell our way,” Sheppard said. “But, we won the Dirt Track World Championship, we won $30,000 at Fairbury… it’s not like we weren’t there, it’s just that stuff didn’t go our way like it had been all year. We have nothing to complain about, we just didn’t get the record. And that’s nothing to hang our heads over. “At the end of the day, we want to top it. That’s what our goal is for next year, to top this year. It’ll be pretty extreme if we do that. But you never know, you may never have a chance to win 3 $100,000-to-win races in a year again.” As he does with each and every victory, Sheppard took the time to thank those that helped get him here. “It’s just a testament to how awesome my crew is,” Sheppard said. “Mark Richards, Steve Baker, Danny White, Austin Hargrove, Joel Rodgers – those guys are the hardest-working bunch of guys out there, and the best crew I could ever ask for.” Five of the last seven World of Outlaws championship trophies have been handed off to a driver who pilots a Rocket Chassis XR1. Truly, a big testament to the most popular chassis model in Dirt Late Model racing and the business that Mark Richards and Steve Baker have built over the last two-plus decades. “We put a lot of work into it for a lot of years,” Richards said. “Now, we get to see it paying off, and it’s great to know that we’ve put all the hours in, the late nights and all the sacrifices we’ve made, being away from home.” “But this would be hard to do without Steve Baker, and I’m grateful to have such a great partner.” Having driven Rocket Chassis before coming to the Rocket1 team, Sheppard concurs. “Mark and Steve have developed the best racecar chassis out there, in my opinion,” Sheppard said. “And I’m sure a lot of other people would agree as well. It’s phenomenal what we can do, night-in and night-out with this thing.” At almost 60 years old, Richards has gained what seems like a lifetime of experience in the shop, working every day to perfect his craft. But in recent years, he’s found some youth in the right crew members that helped to put the Rocket1 car in World of Outlaws Victory Lane a record-tying 18 times this year. “It makes me feel good that I can still be out here doing this at 59,” Richards said. “It keeps me feeling young. I feel like I’m 39, so… I feel way better today than I did six or eight years ago because I was doing way more of the work and had way more pressure on me. These guys take the pressure off and makes it to where I feel like I can go for a while.” Taking a slight glance back to his first Series crown in 2017, Sheppard said the first was unique because it was all so new. But he knew it was only the first chapter in a story of success, destined to be re-written multiple times over. “The first one was definitely special,” he said. “It was a new team, new everything to me, and to most of the guys too. For us to do it that first year was amazing, and I knew there were more big things to come.” The entire World of Outlaws family would like to thank all of the great race fans that came out to watch “The Most Powerful Late Models on the Planet” over the 2019 season, and look forward to making 2020 even more exciting. The opening round of the Battle at the Border at Vado Speedway Park hits the track Jan 2-5; catch all of the action live on DIRTVision! Morton Buildings Feature (50 Laps) 1. 20-Jimmy Owens [4]; 2. 7-Ricky Weiss [6]; 3. 17M-Dale McDowell [11]; 4. O1-Mike Marlar [8]; 5. 0M-Chris Madden [7]; 6. 49-Jonathan Davenport [3]; 7. 23-John Blankenship [2]; 8. 14-Josh Richards [5]; 9. 0-Scott Bloomquist [14]; 10. 5-Don O’Neal [12]; 11. 1-Brandon Sheppard [15]; 12. 25-Shane Clanton [1]; 13. 28-Dennis Erb [16]; 14. 71-Hudson O’Neal [21]; 15. 22-Chris Ferguson [13]; 16. 2-Brandon Overton [17]; 17. 111-Max Blair [24]; 18. 18-Chase Junghans [25]; 19. 29-Darrell Lanigan [26]; 20. 72-Jason Covert [23]; 21. 1T-Tyler Erb [19]; 22. 111r-Steven Roberts [27]; 23. OE-Rick Eckert [18]; 24. 99B-Boom Briggs [29]; 25. B1-Brent Larson [30]; 26. 6m-Tim McCreadie [22]; 27. 6-Blake Spencer [31]; 28. 87-Ross Bailes [9]; 29. 97-Cade Dillard [28]; 30. 88-Trent Ivey [20]; 31. 15b-Brian Birkhofer [10] Hard Charger: 17M-Dale McDowell[+8]
  9. Brad Sweet wins first World of Outlaws championship - Sweet beats Schatz by 4 points in closest points battle in Series history; Gravel sweeps Can-Am World Finals CONCORD, NC – Nov. 9, 2019 – The air chilled your bones and frozen your breath. The crowd of people multiplied every second, fighting over inches of space to snap the best picture. Sandwiched in the middle of it was Brad Sweet, who at that moment said he felt like he could finally relax. Awaiting him on the front stretch of The Dirt Track at Charlotte Saturday night after his runner-up finish in the Can-Am World Finals was a stage and a bronze trophy to officially announce the Grass Valley, Calif. driver as the 2019 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series champion. He beat 10-time and reigning Series champion Donny Schatz by four-points — the closest championship finish in the history of the World of Outlaws. “I feel really relieved,” Sweet said after securing his first World of Outlaws title. “It’s just different than winning big races. A championship is just a different level. You try to act like it won’t affect you if you lose, but it’s been the most stressful couple days of my life to be honest. I tried to act like it wasn’t.” Coming into the season finale race at the Can-Am World Finals Sweet had a mere two-point lead over Schatz — after losing six points to the Fargo, N.D. driver Friday night at the Charlotte dirt track. Sweet joked Saturday night that he kept asking, “Are you sure it’s two points? Are you sure?” The last thing he wanted to see in Saturday night’s 30-lap Feature was Schatz’s Toco Warranty No. 15 car in front of him. It only took five laps for his fear to become a reality. Sweet started third with Schatz behind him in eighth. Once the race went green for multiple laps, after being hindered by a caution and two red flags at the start, Sweet was stationary in third, while Schatz wasted no time charging his way forward. After two laps Schatz had already rocketed his way to fourth, running the high side of the track. Sweet ran low, not making ground on the leaders and losing time to Schatz. On Lap five, Schatz powered to the outside of Sweet down the backstretch and cleared him for third going into turn three. Schatz needed to either win or finish two positions ahead of Sweet to secure what would have been his 11th championship. A fire was lit inside the cockpit of the NAPA Auto Parts No. 49 car. “The Big Cat” was ready to fight back. Schatz slipped off turn four, allowing Sweet to pull even with him down the front stretch. Sweet then pulled the slide job of his life into turn one, darting ahead of Schatz, leaving inches between their bumpers as he slid in front of him. Sweet was then able to get the better run off turn two and drove away from his championship competitor. “I never wanted to see the 15 pass me,” Sweet said. “I wanted to control our own destiny. I knew if I was ahead of him, you know, he couldn’t beat me. When he passed me, luckily, he slipped off four and I was able to pass him back. And I told myself right then and there you better run the best race of your life or you’re not going to win this thing.” His self-pep talk worked. He continued to pull away from Schatz and caught Jacob Allen for second five laps after getting back by Schatz. However, the Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing driver wasn’t willing to let Sweet run away with the championship either. He passed Allen for third shortly after Sweet went by and then kept his the blue No. 49 car in sight. With 10 laps to go Schatz almost had the championship handed to him. The lapped car of Danny Dietrich spun directly in front of Sweet, forcing him to make a split-second evasive maneuver. The caution also put Schatz within reaching distance of Sweet. However, on the restart Sweet didn’t give Schatz a chance to attack. He gapped the No. 15 car by three car lengths when the green flag flew and continued to drive away. He finished the night second behind race winner David Gravel with Schatz settling for third. It was a good enough run to earn Sweet the championship. “I’ve never been more happy to run second in my life,” Sweet said. While Sweet enjoyed the spoils of his first championship with his Kasey Kahne Racing team, Schatz was left to swallow a rare defeat — the first time he’s lost a championship since 2013 when Daryn Pittman, who drove for Kasey Kahne Racing, beat him by 14 points. “We dug everything we could. I drove it as hard as I could,” Schatz said. “Andy Durham, who built this engine did a great job. He told me earlier tonight, ‘Just run it. Pretend that there’s a fan blade there and you’re trying to trim your toenails.’ I did that. It just wasn’t good enough.” After losing the championship to Pittman in 2013, Schatz went on a five-year streak of winning at least 20 races in a year and having the championship locked up long before the season’s end. This year he won 11 races — the third most wins this year — and trailed Sweet in points for the past two months. There were some changes made with his team this year, such as getting a new crew chief and crew members, however he lauded their work each week. He did admit there were some personal matters that may have affected his performance, including finding out his father had cancer at the end of 2018. “All that stuff is behind me,” Schatz said. “Is there times that it probably affected how this team was operated? Yeah. I did my best to not allow it, but we’re here today. We got ourselves in a position where we could still win a championship even with all of my problems, my issues. I did the best I could tonight. It wasn’t good enough. I would have liked to have figured out how to have a little bit luckier hands in the (Dash) draw but it is what it is. I’m not complaining about it. Yeah, it’s been a tough year but what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. And cancer hasn’t taken my dad, so I’ll be stronger and so will he.” Sweet cited Schatz as helping him win the championship, even going as far to call him a “teacher.” He finished second in points to Schatz the last two years — coming as close as 210 points to him. He learned how high of a bar Schatz sets and how consistent he needs to be each week to be in the championship hunt. His studies paid off. He had the most consistent year of his career by finishing outside the top-10 only seven times in 72 races and collected 47 top-five finishes – the majority of them podiums. He also collected 16 wins – breaking his record for most wins in a season and ending the year as the winningest driver. He also won his second Kings Royal and earned his 50th career World of Outlaws win. Sweet’s performance was a testament to his and KKR's dedication to win. The championship is team owner Kasey Kahne's second World of Outlaws title and the one he finds most impactful. “I wasn’t as close to the teams back then (in 2013),” Kahne said. “That was my brother, Daryn and that team. They had an unreal season that year. I wasn’t as close to what they had going on. I was in Phoenix (for NASCAR) when they wrapped it (the championship) up back then. I was watching it on DIRTVision when I was supposed to be doing an appearance, things like that. It was exciting for me but far different this year being so much closer to it.” The only trophy Kahne said he has in his home is the 2013 World of Outlaws championship trophy. Now he’ll have two. Sweet got to hold his first championship trophy high above his head with fireworks and firebombs painting the background behind him. He was able to wear a smile many haven’t seen since his Knoxville Nationals victory last year. A smile of relief. “Just so happy that we came out on top,” Sweet said. “You don’t know when the next opportunity to win a championship is going to be. You know, Donny is so good at running the points. We never really thought we’d have a chance to beat him. To come in here two points ahead, it’s kind of like winning the Knoxville Nationals on a green-white-checkered. Kind of the same feeling. You know he’s going to put pressure on you. Just so thankful we’re able to do it. We’re the best in the country now.” GRAVEL GETS 12TH WIN David Gravel swept the Can-Am World Finals weekend at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, concluding a stellar season for he and Jason Johnson Racing in their first year together. The Watertown, Conn. driver’s win Saturday night in Charlotte was his 12th win of the season – making him the second winningest driver this year, edging 10-time champion Donny Schatz for the spot by one win. “Last night the car was OK, but tonight it was freaking bad ass,” Gravel said. “I had the best race car tonight, hands down. I could go top, bottom and it showed. I felt like I could get through lap traffic really really good and my job was easy.” He started on the outside pole and passed leader Jacob Allen for the top spot on Lap six. Once he put his Mesilla Valley Transportation No. 41 car out front, no one could catch him. Even Brad Sweet said he was rooting for Gravel to pull away so Schatz couldn't potentially steal the win and the championship. Along with Gravel's collection of wins — which include his first Knoxville Nationals victory — he earned 21 Quick Time awards and finished third in points for the fourth year in-a-row. UP NEXT: The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series will begin its 2020 season Feb. 7-9 at Volusia Speedway Park for the DIRTcar Nationals presented by Bozard Ford. Get tickets and more information. As always, if you can’t make it to the race, you can watch all of the action LIVE on DIRTVision.com. RESULTS: NOS Energy Drink Feature (30 Laps) – 1. 41-David Gravel [2][$12,000]; 2. 49-Brad Sweet [3][$5,500]; 3. 15-Donny Schatz [8][$3,200]; 4. 71-Giovanni Scelzi [10][$2,800]; 5. 1S-Logan Schuchart [4][$2,500]; 6. 11K-Kraig Kinser [17][$2,300]; 7. 83-Daryn Pittman [6][$2,200]; 8. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [25][$1,100]; 9. 5-Shane Stewart [24][$2,050]; 10. 1A-Jacob Allen [1][$2,000]; 11. 87-Aaron Reutzel [13][$1,500]; 12. 21-Brian Brown [12][$1,200]; 13. 19-Brent Marks [26][$100]; 14. 17B-Bill Balog [15][$1,050]; 15. 19P-Paige Polyak [7][$1,000]; 16. 2-Carson Macedo [5][$1,000]; 17. 39M-Anthony Macri [18][$1,000]; 18. 18-Ian Madsen [22][$1,000]; 19. 99-Skylar Gee [23][$1,000]; 20. 48-Danny Dietrich [19][$1,000]; 21. 2M-Kerry Madsen [14][$1,000]; 22. 98H-Dave Blaney [20][$1,000]; 23. 7S-Tim Shaffer [27][$]; 24. 51-Freddie Rahmer [21][$1,000]; 25. 39-Spencer Bayston [9][$1,000]; 26. 11-Zeb Wise [11][$1,000]; 27. 13-Paul McMahan [16][$1,000]; Lap Leaders: Jacob Allen 1-5, David Gravel 6-30; KSE Hard Charger Award: 17-Sheldon Haudenschild[+17] Qualifying Flight-A – 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 12.737; 2. 11-Zeb Wise, 12.827; 3. 1A-Jacob Allen, 12.846; 4. 49-Brad Sweet, 12.88; 5. 2-Carson Macedo, 12.894; 6. 39-Spencer Bayston, 12.931; 7. 48-Danny Dietrich, 12.938; 8. 51-Freddie Rahmer, 12.957; 9. 5-Shane Stewart, 12.975; 10. 19P-Paige Polyak, 12.975; 11. 17B-Bill Balog, 12.983; 12. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 12.985; 13. 15H-Sam Hafertepe, 13.014; 14. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss, 13.028; 15. 83R-Lynton Jeffrey, 13.054; 16. 41S-Dominic Scelzi, 13.057; 17. 19-Brent Marks, 13.078; 18. 71M-Paul May, 13.106; 19. 91-Tony Fiore, 13.106; 20. 21X-Parker Price-Miller, 13.177; 21. 5B-Justin Barger, 13.216; 22. 4-Terry McCarl, 13.246; 23. 3C-Cale Conley, 13.267; 24. 44-Trey Starks, 13.347; 25. 40-George Hobaugh, 13.4; 26. J4-John Garvin, 13.401; 27. 91W-Davey Walsh, 14.46 Qualifying Flight-B – 1. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 12.785; 2. 41-David Gravel, 12.835; 3. 71-Giovanni Scelzi, 12.842; 4. 2M-Kerry Madsen, 12.852; 5. 21-Brian Brown, 12.924; 6. 15-Donny Schatz, 12.951; 7. 98H-Dave Blaney, 12.956; 8. 18-Ian Madsen, 12.969; 9. 39M-Anthony Macri, 12.97; 10. 83-Daryn Pittman, 12.993; 11. 13-Paul McMahan, 13.023; 12. 7S-Tim Shaffer, 13.033; 13. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 13.057; 14. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 13.141; 15. 7-Jason Sides, 13.154; 16. 99-Skylar Gee, 13.211; 17. 1-Sammy Swindell, 13.225; 18. 49D-Shawn Dancer, 13.234; 19. K4-Chad Kemenah, 13.291; 20. 9X-Paul Nienhiser, 13.293; 21. W20-Greg Wilson, 13.371; 22. 2S-Nathan Skaggs, 13.388; 23. 11B-Carl Bowser, 13.442; 24. 29-Steve Butler, 14.088; 25. 27G-Jay Galloway, 14.367; 26. 49H-Bradley Howard, NT
  10. World of Outlaws Racers Claw for Every Position As Team Zero Dominates CONCORD, NC – Nov. 8, 2019 – Brandon Sheppard has the 2019 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series crown already clinched, but on Friday night in the Can-Am World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, there were plenty of drivers fighting for every position, some for a point fund check and some for a fallen friend and supporter. Shane Clanton used his seventh-place run to vault from fourth to second in the championship points heading into Saturday’s season finale, a move that if he can hang on will earn him a significant amount of money at the season-ending banquet on Sunday. Clanton now sits four points ahead of Chase Junghans, who finished 17th in the Feature and fell to third in the championship. Darrell Lanigan remains fourth with his Feature finish of 22nd, and Ricky Weiss now sits 30 points out of second after his 14th-place effort. That all sets the stage for the coronation of Sheppard’s second crown on Saturday night, not to mention his quest to establish the single-season win record of 19, and what will no doubt be a fierce battle for every inch of dirt on the track from second on back. But sometimes, even in dirt track racing, certain things are just meant to be. With the news breaking Friday morning about the passing of legendary racing fabricator and long-time “Team Zero” supporter Randy Sweet, the two Sweet-Bloomquist Race Cars of Chris Madden and Scott Bloomquist knew Friday night at the Can-Am World Finals was the night to get it done. And just as the racing Gods would have it, they both did exactly that. “What else can I say? I can’t say no more.” Madden took a brief pause. “It was talked about before we went out there, how sweet it would be to have a one-two [finish] tonight. That might not have been in our hands to have that happen. God’s plan.” With straight shot to the bottom of The Dirt Track at Charlotte on a lap 32 restart, Madden grabbed the lead from Jonathan Davenport and carried it the rest of the way home for his third World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series win of the year while Bloomquist snuck underneath Davenport on the final lap to claim second. Chris Ferguson followed his fellow Sweet-Bloomquist Chassis drivers up with a solid fourth-place run, making it three Sweet-Bloomquist cars inside the top five. A great first Qualifying lap on Thursday night earned Madden a starting spot on the pole of Drydene Heat race #3, where he led every lap and then pulled a #4 in the redraw later on. In no time at all, Madden was up to second in the 50-lap Morton Buildings Feature and began hunting down a lightning-quick Davenport. Bloomquist quickly applied the pressure from behind Madden to the outside, taking the runner-up spot on lap 10. The two battled side-by-side for about a lap-and-a-half before settling back in line and continuing in hot pursuit of leader Davenport. The Team Zero duo eventually caught the #49 in lapped traffic on lap 30, and as Bloomquist got out of the groove taking a swipe at the leader going into turn one, Madden took advantage and regained second to his inside. A caution flag was thrown two laps later, restacking the field with Madden on the bumper of the leader. What happened next was something the Dirt Late Model world doesn’t often see the 3-time World 100 winner do – slip up while leading. “When Chris got by me on the restart, I hadn’t been in clean air for several laps,” Davenport said. “I had been behind lapped cars and I didn’t really know that it had took rubber that hard getting into turn one. [Madden] just drove right under me, so that was my mistake, just not knowing where to be.” “Superman” tried the middle lane into turn one, but it didn’t hold up, and “Smokey” dove to his inside to take the lead out of turn two. Nineteen more laps led, and that was all it took for the Gray Court, SC-driver to earn his third career victory at The Dirt Track. “It was kind of wide down there, and [Davenport] was carrying a lot of speed through the middle and the top in that corner,” Madden said of the pass for the lead. “My car was good around the bottom. I took the short distance; he took the long distance.” The low side may have been the fastest way around on Friday night, but Madden was very confident in his abilities to hang in the upper grooves as well if he needed to. “We had a good racecar,” Madden said. “I stepped out on the outside of Jonathan before the caution and passed him. So I’m not going to say that if I wouldn’t have passed him down low, I wouldn’t have been able to use the top. I didn’t have to use the top, I used the bottom, and that’s all I needed.” Just before the first caution earlier in the race, Madden actually got by Davenport temporarily, but had to go back because the lap had not been completed. All the same, Davenport knew Madden was knocking on the door, and it was only a matter of time before a move was made. “I don’t know that I could have held him off because I got so tight and was having to drive a little crooked in the rubber,” Davenport said. “I definitely over-heated my rear tires, because [Madden] actually got by me and then the caution came out.” Coming home third behind the two Team Zero cars is nothing to be disappointed about, and hearing of the note about Sweet Manufacturing’s founder just hours before, the Blairsville, GA-native noticed the interesting finish ahead of him. “It’s weird how things work out. With the passing of Randy today and his cars running one-two tonight, it worked out the way it was supposed to,” Davenport agreed. The Can-Am World Finals finale at The Dirt Track at Charlotte gets underway on Saturday afternoon with opening ceremonies going live on DIRTVision at 3:45 p.m. ET! Morton Buildings Feature (50 Laps) 1. 0M-Chris Madden [4][$12,000]; 2. 0-Scott Bloomquist [2][$5,000]; 3. 49-Jonathan Davenport [1][$3,000]; 4. 22-Chris Ferguson [7][$2,500]; 5. 97-Cade Dillard [8][$2,000]; 6. 1-Brandon Sheppard [13][$1,700]; 7. 25-Shane Clanton [11][$1,500]; 8. 14-Josh Richards [3][$1,400]; 9. 79-Kyle Hardy [10][$1,350]; 10. 5-Don O’Neal [16][$1,300]; 11. 111r-Steven Roberts [6][$1,250]; 12. 71-Hudson O’Neal [21][$1,200]; 13. 17M-Dale McDowell [23][$1,150]; 14. 7-Ricky Weiss [20][$1,100]; 15. O1-Mike Marlar [24][$1,050]; 16. 1G-Ryan King [15][$1,000]; 17. 18-Chase Junghans [22][$1,000]; 18. 6m-Tim McCreadie [19][$1,000]; 19. 2c-Joey Coulter [17][$1,000]; 20. 28-Dennis Erb, Jr. [25][$1,000]; 21. 23-John Blankenship [14][$1,000]; 22. 29-Darrell Lanigan [9][$1,000]; 23. 6-Blake Spencer [29][$110]; 24. 87-Ross Bailes [5][$1,000]; 25. 15b-Brian Birkhofer [18][$1,000]; 26. 20-Jimmy Owens [12][$1,000]; 27. 32-Dustin Mitchell [27][$1,000]; 28. B1-Brent Larson [28][$110]; 29. 99B-Boom Briggs [26][$1,000] Hard Charger: 17M-Dale McDowell[+10]
  11. Schatz Cuts Sweet’s Lead to 2 points as Gravel Earns 50th Win -- Championship contenders take historic battle to Can-Am World Finals season finale CONCORD, NC – Nov. 8, 2019 – History has been writing a novel this year in the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series and has an epic conclusion planned for its final chapter. The setup for it came Friday night during the Can-Am World Finals at the Dirt Track at Charlotte. Ten-time and reigning champion Donny Schatz narrowed Brad Sweet’s points lead to a mere two points with one race remaining and David Gravel claimed his 50th career World of Outlaws victory. “Why wouldn’t it come down to the last race? Two points,” Sweet said, allowing half a grin to show. “It is what it is. We’ll go give it our all tomorrow just like any other race. If we go do our jobs, we’ll have just as good of a shot as anyone.” The historically tight points battle has created several scenarios that could determine the 2019 champion. However, Sweet and Schatz are focused on the scenario that will guarantee them a championship: Win. “Championships are won by winning races,” said Schatz, of Fargo, N.D. “If I win the race tomorrow, guess what, I’m probably going to be a champion. If I don’t win the race tomorrow, it’s going to come down to some mathematical equation that I have no control over. I can tell you what we’re going to try and do tomorrow is win the race.” There’s a four-point difference between first and second. So, if Schatz wins and Sweet finishes second, the championship goes to Schatz — giving him his 11th title. From second to last, there’s a two-point difference between every position. So, if Schatz finishes second and Sweet third, and they tie, Sweet wins his first Series championship by having more wins than Schatz — 16 wins to Schatz’s 11. Even though the points gap is tight, Sweet said he feels this is still his championship. He wanted the points lead at the final race of the year, and he has it. He admitted his team is new at running for a championship and there are some nerves, but once he gets in the car, he’s focused on doing his job. “I kind of knew coming into this weekend that we were going to have to contend for a win one of the nights and be in the top three to five,” said Sweet, of Grass Valley, Calif. “He (Schatz) just runs so good here, you’re not going to just run around mid-pack and be able to keep an eight-point lead. I really just kind of put it in my head that it was zero and felt like we needed to basically run within a spot each night, whether we beat him or lose to him.” While Schatz has 10 championships — half of them coming in the past five years — he’s just as focused to win his 11th title as he was to win his first. With a few less nerves. “I can tell you I was extremely nervous trying to win the first one,” Schatz said. “And I’m not nervous at all now. I’ve been in this position a lot of times. For the year we’ve had, and the things that have changed, and all that, to be in this position right now feels pretty satisfactory.” Schatz was strong all night with his Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing team. He charged from fifth to third in his DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash on the first lap and then made his way from sixth to second — and closing on the leader — in the 25-lap Feature. Sweet fought his way into a Dash by racing from fourth to second in his Drydene Heat race. He and Schatz traded slide jobs in the Dash before Schatz pulled away and Sweet had to settle for fifth. His Kasey Kahne Racing team made rear end adjustments to the car before the Feature, which helped Sweet race his way from 10th to fifth — and hold off attacks from Sheldon Haudenschild to keep his top-five spot. Neither of the championship contenders were able to match Gravel’s performance, though. The Watertown, Conn. driver launched ahead of the field at the start and began to distance himself from the pack around the 4/10-mile track. However, behind him, an aggressive Aaron Reutzel made an astonishing move to go from eighth to second on the first lap. Gravel caught lap traffic by Lap 5, allowing the Clute, Texas driver to close in. Reutzel inched close to the Jason Johnson No. 41 car every lap. On Lap 11, he darted underneath Gravel in turn three and cleared him for the lead off turn four. However, his hard work then went to waste the next corner. When he went high, the slower car of Dave Blaney did the same, blocking his line. The two came inches from colliding, hindering Reutzel’s run and forcing him to fall to fourth. Gravel reclaimed the lead with ease. A caution with nine laps to go for Giovanni Scelzi’s car having an engine fire put second-place Schatz on Gravel’s rear bumper, and a fast third-place Logan Schuchart in contention to win. When the green flag flew for the final time of the race, Gravel, again, launched ahead and never looked back. He won his 11th race of the season — tying Schatz for the second most wins this year — and accomplished his goal of winning 50 career World of Outlaws wins. “I really wanted to get to get to number 50 this year,” Gravel said. “It was one of my accomplishments I wanted to do. I can’t do it without this JJR team. Jaxx (Johnson) being here. A lot of our sponsors. A lot of our family. We still have one more race to go. Hopefully we can sweep the weekend, but this is a good start.” Gravel continued the trend of historical anecdotes this year by being the second driver to get his 50th career win this season — Sweet got his in September at Lernerville Speedway. It’s a trend that will come to a spectacular conclusion Saturday night at the Can-Am World Finals when the champion is crowned — you'll just have to wait until the checkered flag flies to know who that is. “There’s nobody disappointed that it’s going to come down to the last lap of the last race tomorrow night for the championship,” Schatz said. “It’s not manufactured. It’s the way it is. Good old, hard school racing. That’s what brought us to the World of Outlaws. That’s what made the World of Outlaws what it is.” UP NEXT: The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series will conclude its 2019 season Saturday, Nov. 9 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte for the Can-Am World Finals in Concord, N.C. It’s a sold-out show with only limited standing room and pit access available. As always, if you can’t make it to the race, you can watch all of the action LIVE on DIRTVision.com. RESULTS: NOS Energy Drink Feature (25 Laps) – 1. 41-David Gravel [1][$12,000]; 2. 15-Donny Schatz [6][$5,500]; 3. 1S-Logan Schuchart [5][$3,200]; 4. 87-Aaron Reutzel [8][$2,800]; 5. 49-Brad Sweet [10][$2,500]; 6. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild [12][$2,300]; 7. 21-Brian Brown [4][$2,200]; 8. 2M-Kerry Madsen [14][$2,100]; 9. 13-Paul McMahan [2][$2,050]; 10. 2-Carson Macedo [9][$2,000]; 11. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss [13][$1,500]; 12. 1A-Jacob Allen [17][$1,200]; 13. 18-Ian Madsen [3][$1,100]; 14. 7S-Tim Shaffer [24][$1,050]; 15. 11K-Kraig Kinser [11][$1,000]; 16. 83-Daryn Pittman [21][$1,000]; 17. 39-Spencer Bayston [20][$1,000]; 18. 5-Shane Stewart [25][$]; 19. 19-Brent Marks [23][$1,000]; 20. 17B-Bill Balog [16][$1,000]; 21. 3C-Cale Conley [18][$1,000]; 22. 71-Giovanni Scelzi [7][$1,000]; 23. 39M-Anthony Macri [15][$1,000]; 24. 98H-Dave Blaney [22][$1,000]; 25. 19P-Paige Polyak [19][]; Lap leaders: David Gravel 1-11, 13-25; Aaron Reutzel 12; KSE Hard Charger Award: 7S-Tim Shaffer[+10] Qualifying Flight-A – 1. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 12.774; 2. 41-David Gravel, 12.895; 3. 18-Ian Madsen, 12.916; 4. 19P-Paige Polyak, 12.939; 5. 71-Giovanni Scelzi, 12.959; 6. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 12.98; 7. 39-Spencer Bayston, 12.982; 8. 39M-Anthony Macri, 12.986; 9. 1A-Jacob Allen, 12.993; 10. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss, 13.029; 11. 7-Jason Sides, 13.032; 12. 83-Daryn Pittman, 13.065; 13. 2-Carson Macedo, 13.095; 14. 98H-Dave Blaney, 13.123; 15. 7S-Tim Shaffer, 13.181; 16. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 13.181; 17. 19-Brent Marks, 13.193; 18. 48-Danny Dietrich, 13.195; 19. 83R-Lynton Jeffrey, 13.28; 20. 1-Sammy Swindell, 13.285; 21. 5-Shane Stewart, 13.29; 22. 99-Skylar Gee, 13.347; 23. 44-Trey Starks, 13.371; 24. 91-Tony Fiore, 13.494; 25. 71M-Paul May, 13.662; 26. J4-John Garvin, 13.697; 27. 29-Steve Butler, 14.306 Qualifying Flight-B – 1. 2M-Kerry Madsen, 12.927; 2. 11-Zeb Wise, 12.938; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 12.943; 4. 15-Donny Schatz, 12.96; 5. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 13.02; 6. 13-Paul McMahan, 13.027; 7. 21-Brian Brown, 13.034; 8. 17B-Bill Balog, 13.092; 9. 15H-Sam Hafertepe, 13.093; 10. 51-Freddie Rahmer, 13.113; 11. 49-Brad Sweet, 13.123; 12. 41S-Dominic Scelzi, 13.217; 13. 49D-Shawn Dancer, 13.293; 14. 21X-Parker Price-Miller, 13.308; 15. 9X-Paul Nienhiser, 13.364; 16. K4-Chad Kemenah, 13.393; 17. 5B-Justin Barger, 13.445; 18. 3C-Cale Conley, 13.458; 19. W20-Greg Wilson, 13.479; 20. 11B-Carl Bowser, 13.487; 21. 4-Terry McCarl, 13.586; 22. 40-George Hobaugh, 13.59; 23. 2S-Nathan Skaggs, 13.957; 24. 27G-Jay Galloway, 14.329; 25. 91W-Davey Walsh, 14.98; 26. 49H-Bradley Howard, NT
  12. Southern National Night 1 results 11-8-19

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  13. Schatz Keeps Pressure on Sweet in Championship Battle - Title contenders on front row of heats; Schuchart, Reutzel set Quick Times CONCORD, NC – Nov. 7, 2019 – Two rounds of Qualifying for the Can-Am World Finals Thursday night have set the stage for an epic World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series championship battle at The Dirt Track at Charlotte. This weekend will determine the 2019 champion – Brad Sweet currently leads reigning champion Donny Schatz by eight points. Schatz earned a front row Drydene Heat race starting spot for Friday’s and Saturday’s events. Sweet earned one for Saturday’s event. With an 11th-place qualifying effort for Friday’s event — in Flight B — Sweet will have to work his way into the top-two to make the DIRTVision Fast Pass Dash to help him move closer to the front row in the Feature. Logan Schuchart — who won at in May at The Dirt Track at Charlotte — set Quick Time for Friday’s event with a 12.774-second lap and Aaron Reutzel set Quick Time for Saturday’s event with a 12.737-second lap. Both Time Trial sessions saw two Flights of Qualifying for the 53-car field. Schuchart and Reutzel will lead the way in their respective Heat races. Official line ups will be posted Friday afternoon. Reutzel had speed at the start of the night, setting the fastest time in Hot Laps before claiming Quick Time for Saturday’s event. He then qualified third — in Flight (B) — for Friday’s event, earning a Heat Race front row starting spot. Schuchart’s good fortune started before cars even hit the track Thursday afternoon. Drydene announced its new racing oil — Drydene Racing Formulas — and new paint schemes featuring the product on Schuchart’s and his Shark Racing teammate Jacob Allen’s cars. The Hanover, Pa. driver then ran fifth in Hot Laps, was fastest in Flight (B) for Saturday’s event and then set Quick Time for Friday’s event. He has two wins at the 4/10-mile track. The first Sprint Car Heat race Friday will take place after the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series Heat races are completed. Racing will start at 4 p.m. As always, if you can’t be there, you can watch all of the action LIVE on DIRTVision.com. QUALIFYING RESULTS FOR FRIDAY: Qualifying Flight-A – 1. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 12.774; 2. 41-David Gravel, 12.895; 3. 18-Ian Madsen, 12.916; 4. 19P-Paige Polyak, 12.939; 5. Giovanni Scelzi, 12.959; 6. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 12.980; 7. 39-Spencer Bayston, 12.982; 8. 39M-Anthony Macri, 12.986; 9. 1A-Jacob Allen, 12.993; 10. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss, 13.029; 11. 7-Jason Sides, 13.032; 12. 83-Daryn Pittman, 13.065; 13. 2-Carson Macedo, 13.095; 14. 98H-Dave Blaney, 13.123; 15. 7S-Tim Shaffer, 13.181; 16. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 13.181; 17. 19-Brent Marks, 13.193; 18. 48-Danny Dietrich, 13.195; 19. 83R-Lyton Jeffrey, 13.280; 20. 1-Sammy Swindell, 13.285; 21. 5-Shane Stewart, 13.290; 22. 99-Skylar Gee, 13.347; 23. 44-Trey Starks 13.371; 24. 91-Tony Fiore, 13.494; 25. 71M-Paul May, 13.662; 26. J4-John Garvin, 13.697; 27. 29-Steve Butler, 14.306 Qualifying Flight-B – 1. 2M-Kerry Madsen, 12.927; 2. 11-Zeb Wise, 12.938; 3. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 12.943; 4. 15-Donny Schatz, 12.960; 5. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 13.020; 6. 13-Paul McMahan, 13.027; 7. 21-Brian Brown, 13.034; 8. 17B-Bill Balog, 13.092; 9. 15H-Sam Hafertepe, 13.093; 10. 51-Freddie Rahmer, 13.113; 11. 49-Brad Sweet, 13.123; 12. 41S-Dominic Scelzi, 13.217; 13. 49D-Shawn Dancer, 13.293; 14. 21X-Parker Price-Miller, 13.308; 15. 9X-Paul Nienhiser, 13.364; 16. K4-Chad Kemenah, 13.393; 17. 5B-Justin Barger, 13.445; 18. 3C-Cale Conley, 13.458; 19. W20-Greg Wilson, 13.479; 20. 11B-Carl Bowser, 13.487; 21. 4-Terry McCarl, 13.586; 22. 40-George Hobaugh, 13.590; 23. 2S-Nathan Skaggs, 13.957; 24. 27G-Jay Galloway, 14.329; 25. 91W-Davey Walsh, 14.980; 26. 49H-Bradley Howard (NT) QUALIFYING RESULTS FOR SATURDAY: Qualifying Flight-A – 1. 87-Aaron Reutzel, 12.737; 2. 11-Zeb Wise, 12.827; 3. 1A-Jacob Allen, 12.846; 4. 49-Brad Sweet, 12.880; 5. 2-Carson Macedo, 12.894; 6. 39-Spencer Bayston, 12.931; 7. 48-Danny Dietrich, 12.938; 8. 51-Freddie Rahmer, 12.957; 9. 5-Shane Stewart, 12.975; 10. 19P-Paige Polyak, 12.975; 11. 17B-Bill Balog, 12.983; 12. 11K-Kraig Kinser, 12.985; 13. 15H-Sam Hafertepe, 13.014; 14. 3Z-Brock Zearfoss, 13.028; 15. 83R-Lynton Jeffrey, 13.054; 16. 41S-Dominic Scelzi, 13.057; 17. 19-Brent Marks, 13.078; 18. 71M-Paul May, 13.106; 19. 91-Tony Fiore, 13.106; 20. 21X-Parker Price-Miller, 13.177; 21. 5B-Justin Barger, 13.216; 22. 4-Terry McCarl, 13.246; 23. 3C-Cale Conley, 13.267; 24. 44-Trey Starks, 13.347; 25. 40-George Hobaugh, 13.400; 26. J4-John Garvin, 13.401; 27. 91W-Davey Walsh, 14.460 Qualifying Flight-B – 1. 1S-Logan Schuchart, 12.785; 2. 41-David Gravel, 12.835; 3. 71-Giovanni Scelzi, 12.842; 4. 2M-Kerry Madsen, 12.852; 5. 21-Brian Brown, 12.924; 6. 15-Donny Schatz, 12.951; 7. 98H-Dave Blaney, 12.956; 8. 18-Ian Madsen, 12.969; 9. 39M-Anthony Macri, 12.970; 10. 83-Daryn Pittman, 12.993; 11. 13 Paul McMahan, 13.023; 12. 7S-Tim Shaffer, 13.033; 13. 17-Sheldon Haudenschild, 13.057; 14. 2C-Wayne Johnson, 13.141; 15. 7-Jason Sides, 13.154; 16. 99-Skylar Gee, 13.211; 17. 1-Sammy Swindell, 13.225; 18. 49D-Shawn Dancer, 13.234; 19. K4-Chad Kemenah, 13.291; 20. Paul Nienhiser, 13.293; 21. W20-Greg Wilson, 13.371; 22. 2S-Nathan Skaggs, 13.388; 23. 11B-Carl Bowser, 13.442; 24. 29-Steve Butler, 14.088; 25. 27G-Jay Galloway, 14.367; 26. 49H-Bradley Howard (NT)
  14. Lanier Just Days Away From Rebirth For PASS Finale NAPLES, ME (November 7) – In just over a week, the sounds of race engines will again permeate the hills and countryside of North Georgia when the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) Super Late Models hit the pavement at Lanier Raceplex. Throwing back to the original name of the speedway which has been shuttered for the better part of the last decade, the Lanier National 200 will pay $6,000 to win and $1,000 just to start the feature on Saturday, November 16. Along with the 200 lap contest, points leader, Mike Hopkins of Maine, will look to be crowned the 12th PASS National Super Late Model Champion. Joining the PASS Super Late Models in action will be feature events for Legends Pros/Masters, Semi-Pros, and Young Lions, along with racing for Bandeleros. Opened as a dirt track by Bud Lunsford in 1982, the .375-mile speed plant hosted the World Of Outlaws Sprint Cars six times, with open wheel legends Steve Kinser and Sammy Swindell each taking the checkered flag twice. In 1987, Lanier National Speedway was paved and the late Darrell Brown of Alabama scored the win in the first big event there on pavement for the NASCAR Winston All-American Challenge Series. From 1989-1992, Lanier hosted the NASCAR Busch Grand National Series with Ronald Cooper, Chuck Bown, David Green, and Bobby Labonte all taking home the checkered flags. The track continued to host some of the biggest Super Late Model events in the country through the 1990s as short track pavement legends like Mike Garvey, Freddie Query, Billy Bigley, Jr., Wayne Willard, among others taking home wins at Lanier. A new generation of drivers came up through the ranks at Lanier in the 2000s, including Bubba Pollard, Casey Roderick and Paul Kelley. When PASS initially began sanctioning Super Late Model races in the south, Lanier was one of the first tracks to come on board to host an event. Georgia native Jason Hogan won the first PASS race there in 2006, while Maine’s Corey Williams took the checkered flag the most recent time PASS held a race at Lanier in 2007. Now in its 12th season, Super Late Model racing’s only true national championship will bring drivers together from all over North America to compete next weekend at Lanier Raceplex. In addition to the grandstands being open, Lanier’s famed trackside parking will be available to fans for this event for just $10. The track was repaved and all infield buildings were torn down when the facility was transformed to host drifting events and Go-Kart racing for the public. All race cars will be pitted outside the track so fans will be able to enjoy an unobstructed view of the action from any vantage point at the speedway. For just $20, fans and teams can camp at the speedway as well. Joining earlier entrants like hometown favorite Shane Chastain and former PASS champions, Derek Griffith and Tate Fogleman, Maine’s Ben Ashline and Ryan Moore are entered, along with longtime fan favorite, Randy Gentry. Lanier Raceplex officially roars back to life on Friday, November 15 with practice for PASS Super Late Models and Legends cars from 1 PM to 5 PM. On Saturday, November 16, pit gates will open at 8 AM, followed by practice at 10 AM, heat races for PASS Super Late Models, Legends, and Bandoleros at 12:30PM, followed by the Lanier National 200 and remaining features. Sunday, November 17 is reserved as a rain date if needed. PASS Super Late Model, Legends, and Bandolero entry forms and the complete weekend schedule for Lanier Raceplex are available at ProAllStarsSeries.com
  15. Run at Texas Motor Speedway secures Hafertepe's fourth consecutive ASCS National Tour title by Bryan Hulbert FT. WORTH, Texas (November 6, 2019) Going into Texas Motor Speedway, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. was stalked by Blake Hahn for the 2019 championship with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, but a weekend high podium run on Thursday night locked up the Sunnyvale, Texas driver's four consecutive title. "To do this four times is pretty awesome and to have done it four times in a row is an even bigger accomplishment," stated Hafertepe. Looking at the stats of Sam's four championships, two with Keith Dobbs and two with Hills Racing Team, the driver of the No. 15h landed 40 wins, 94 top-fives, and 114 top-tens in 139 A-Feature starts and is the fourth driver to have four or more titles with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, and is the third to do so consecutively with Terry Gray (1995-1998) and Gary Wright (2004-2007) on that list. Speaking on the past four seasons, Sam explained, "The first two years, we really didn't have anything in our way. We just dominated, and years three and four, luck started to catch up to us a little bit but thankfully we were still fast enough to overcome the bad luck and take advantage. For me, this is a pretty big accomplishment especially with the competition we've had." Looking back at the final two nights of the championship chase, Hafertepe entered the first night with the simple goal of staying ahead of Blake Hahn. "We had a great car, and once we got where we needed, we just rode. I knew we needed to get ahead of Blake, so I focused on hitting my marks and if I got the opportunity to pass a car, we did...Thursday was one of those nights where it was cowboy up because of the weather they had Tuesday and Wednesday, but we were still able to make a good night out of it." Avoiding a near catastrophe during his Qualifier on Friday, the No. 15h took the green in the A-Feature from the 12th starting spot; making it up to eighth at the drop of the checkered flag. "The deal in the Qualifier put us out of starting near the first couple of rows, and in the feature we just missed it and for the track record we've had at TMS, it was disappointing way to end the year but on the bigger picture, it still came down to that weekend and we accomplished what we needed too." Wrapping up his 2019 season this weekend, the Hills Racing No. 15h will be in action at the Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Cars and the Can-Am World Finals, happening November 7-9. Live coverage of the three-night affair can be found at https://www.dirtvision.com. For continued updates on Sam Hafertepe, Jr. log onto http://www.sam15.com and make sure to find him on Twitter (@samhafertepejr). For news on Hill's Racing Team, log onto https://www.facebook.com/hillsracing/ and on Twitter (@HillsRacingTeam). 2019 Season to Date: Events: 54; Wins -13; Top 5 - 28; Top 10 - 37; Top 20 - 42; Coming Up: November 7 at Charlotte Motor Speedway w/World of Outlaws November 8 at Charlotte Motor Speedway w/World of Outlaws November 9 at Charlotte Motor Speedway w/World of Outlaws Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Online: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011628097506 Website: http://www.sam15.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/samhafertepejr
  16. Austin Wayne Self, AM Racing taking strong presence to ISM Raceway AVONDALE, Ariz.: With just two NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series (NGOTS) races left this season, veteran Austin Wayne Self (@AustinWSelf) and his AM Racing team take their recent string of strong on-track performances out west to ISM (Ariz.) Raceway for Friday night’s Lucas Oil 150. In the series’ most recent race at Martinsville (Va.) Speedway, Self contended for another top-10 finish and appeared poised to deliver his career-best outing at the famed .526-mile short track aboard his No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado, but contact from another competitor on the last lap thwarted Self’s superb effort. While the 19th-place finish wasn’t an indicator of the team’s performance in the final short track race of the season, the Austin, Texas native invades ISM Raceway upbeat about the constant on-track presence of his Mooresville, N.C.-based team led by crew chief Eddie Troconis. “I can’t believe the 2019 season is almost over with,” said Self. “There aren’t words to describe how proud I am of the guys on this AM Racing team. Martinsville Speedway surely isn’t one of my strongest tracks, but Eddie (Troconis, crew chief) gave me a great No. 22 GO TEXAN | AM Technical Solutions Chevrolet Silverado and we were able to fight hard for a top-10 finish – before we had it taken away from us coming out of Turn 4 on the last lap. I guess that’s racing – but on the other hand, look how far we’ve come this season as a team. We’re making significant gains from top to bottom and without question, I feel like we can continue our presence in the top-10 this weekend in Phoenix and hopefully next weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway too.” For Phoenix, the 23-year-old driver will make his fourth start at the 1.0-mile track. Last fall, he delivered his personal track best effort of 19th after starting 22nd. Fast forward 12 months later, Self says anything outside the top-10 will be a disappointment. “Phoenix can be a challenging track, but I enjoy racing at it,” he said. “It’s relatively flat, so you have to work hard on the balance to get the truck to roll through the center so you can carry the speed on exit and onto the straightaways. With the new layout, it also presents the opportunity for chaos. I think you’ll see a lot of side-by-side racing while the chance to make passes three and maybe even four-wide. There’s a lot on the table when it comes to the next to last race of the season. Everyone’s on different agendas. “I also have some extra encouragement to perform well at this race as the Phoenix Metro is home to AM Technical Solutions’ architectural and engineering group as well as the base of operation for many of their core services people who will be attending the race with us. It’s important to me to represent them well at this race. For AM Racing and I, we want to continue to show that we are getting more consistent and have no plans to slow down. I think what we have learned in 2019 will make us a Playoff worthy team in 2020. Phoenix could be good practice for that. We’ll see.” For the series’ first trip to Arizona this season, AM Technical Solutions will serve alongside GO TEXAN as a major associate partner for Friday night’s race. Don’t mess with Texas, CForce Bottling Company, Flying Circle and Kreuz Market will serve as associate partners in the 22nd race of the year. In 82 NGOTS races, the 2014 ARCA Menards Series Rookie of the Year has two top-fives (second at Daytona 2017, fifth at Michigan 2019) and seven top-10 finishes. The Texan maintains an average finish of 18.0 during his three years of competition. The Austin, Texas native is nestled 14th in the championship standings with two races remaining. For more on Austin Wayne Self, please visit awsracing.com, like his Facebook page (Austin Wayne Self) or follow him on Twitter @AustinWSelf. For more on AM Racing, please visit AMRacingteam.com, like their Facebook page (AM Racing) or follow them on Twitter @AMRacingNASCAR. The Lucas Oil 150 (150 laps | 150 miles) is the 22nd of 23 races on the 2019 NASCAR Gander Outdoors Truck Series schedule. Practice begins on Fri., Nov. 8 from 8:05 a.m. – 8:55 a.m. A final practice has been etched in from 9:35 a.m. – 10:25 a.m. Qualifying is set for later in the day beginning at 3:05 p.m. The 32-truck field will take the green flag shortly after 6:30 p.m. with live coverage on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), the Motor Racing Network (Radio) and SiriusXM NASCAR Radio (Satellite Radio, Channel 90). All times are local (Mountain).
  17. Brad Sweet, Donny Schatz set to make history at Can-Am World Finals - Historically close points battle will be decided at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Nov. 7-9 CONCORD, NC – Nov. 5, 2019 – The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series will make history at the Nov. 7-9 Can-Am World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte. For the first time since 2013 the championship won’t be decided until the checkered flag flies for the final time this season. Brad Sweet, of Grass Valley, Calif., leads reigning champion Donny Schatz, of Fargo, N.D., by eight points after a novel-worthy season of dueling for positions every race and trading the points lead about every month. They’ll have two races – Friday and Saturday – to put a period on that story and try to be the champion it's written about. (Teams will qualify for Friday and Saturday’s races on Thursday.) Sweet is searching for his first World of Outlaws championship – second for Kasey Kahne Racing – and Schatz is going for this 11th title – 10th for Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing. It would also be Schatz’s sixth championship in-a-row. GOING FOR THE TITLE “It’s great that we’re in a position to win the points,” Sweet said. “We’ve never been in that situation. Obviously, we’re going to go in there and do what we’ve been doing all season, try to win each night. Hopefully at the end of the night it goes our way and be crowned the champions.” There was a point in the season Schatz wasn’t sure if he would be in contention for another champion, he said. But now that he is, he knows exactly what needs to be done. “It’s going to take us getting to victory lane to have an opportunity to win it,” Schatz said. “It’s not putting too much emphasis on it (the points). We’ve had a great year, win or lose. We’re going to finish it the best we can. We’re really building toward the future. To be able to be in this position at the end of the year… at one point in the year we thought we wouldn’t be. We’re excited. We’re happy with it. We’ll continue on what’s got us ten championships in the past and hopefully it works for number eleven.” Sweet and Schatz have been the most consistent drivers this year. Both have finished outside the top-10 only seven times in 70 races. They also both have more than 40 top-five finishes – Sweet, 45, and Schatz, 46 – with the majority of them being podium finishes. TEAM EFFORT However, with 11 wins, Schatz hasn’t had his typical season of winning more than 20 races and having the championship locked up long before the World Finals. He’s put his performance on his shoulders, giving his season a C grade. However, he gives his team an A. Schatz called 2019 a building year. Long-time crew member Steve “Scuba” Swenson was promoted to being Schatz’s crew chief this year and new, younger, crew members were added. “We’ve jelled decently,” Schatz said. “We haven’t jelled exactly like when we’ve had success in the past. That’s all part of building. When you take a group of guys who have been together as long as we were, and you make changes, you change one thing it’s like changing ten. “I’m proud of them guys. We’ve had a lot of fun. It’s just been a different dynamic for me and Scuba. It’s always been an older core team. The guys in the past, we were all about the same age. We added a couple of younger guys to the team and they’re really motivated. They’re really excited about doing good. They like winning races. We just wish we could win more races together. And we will. It’s something we just keep working on. At no point did anyone give up on anybody.” Sweet is having a career year with 16 wins, so far – breaking his record of winning at most nine races in a season. He’s in his second year with crew chief Eric Prutzman – who helped bring Sweet his first Knoxville Nationals win. In their short time together, Sweet said he has already seen the team grow from good to great. “There’s a point in the season when we had the car right on and really dialed in,” Sweet said. “Later in the season we’ve had to dig a little better to figure out how to get the car right. I think that’s what makes a good team really good is getting through adversity and figuring out when the car isn’t right and how to fix it. We’re still learning together for sure. There’s going to be ups and downs. But I feel like in two years we’ve accomplished a lot of things.” CONFIDENCE LEVELS Sweet has full confidence in his team heading into Charlotte. To him, they’re the team to beat. There’s only so much they can be controlled, though. Their plan is to focus on the 49 car and control their own destiny, he said. After more than 20 years in the sport, Schatz said confidence is almost irrelevant. “I know what my capabilities in the car are,” Schatz said. “I know what their (TSR’s) capabilities are with the car. That goes beyond confidence. That’s just an expected thing. We take it for granted probably but when you’re around someone enough and you trust them like we do, confidence is a word you have to question because it shifts.” He added the team’s confidence doesn’t shift. Their relationship is like a marriage. “A good marriage I guess you can say,” Schatz said. “You trust the other person to do the right thing all of the time. And even if they don’t, we make sure we all learn from our mistakes and we don’t allow it to happen again.” PREPARING FOR THE BATTLE Schatz has historically performed better at The Dirt Track at Charlotte than Sweet, especially during the World Finals. Schatz gained eight points on Sweet last year and 36 points on him the two years prior. However, both championship competitors stated you never know what to expect at the track with varying weather and track conditions. “We’re going to try and get qualified well for both shows,” said Schatz, who has 12 wins at the track. “Obviously, to get on the front of the Heat and into that Dash is important. My guys have had a good ability to do that all year. So, hopefully we’ll be in a position to do that again and then we’ll focus on the race individually on race days. That’s how we’re going to go at it.” Charlotte is a home race for Mooresville, N.C. located KKR. Sweet has yet to win at the track but had the opportunity to test at the 4/10-mile track two weeks ago. “We just want to be as prepared as possible and we definitely have had some good runs and good notes from Charlotte,” Sweet said. “We’ll look at all that and go in there with the best possible package we can come up with.” Sweet admitted there’s more on the line this weekend. His goal is to not let that affect his performance. As long as he and the team make good decisions, Sweet said he believes they’ll be ready for the challenge. Several obstacles can face both drivers throughout the weekend with the ever-changing nature of racing. Schatz will rely on his experience to conquer them and try to come home with another championship. “We don’t know what those obstacles are, who we’ll be around,” Schatz said. “You take it as it comes. That’s part of the name of the game. That’s what put us in this position. Things aren’t always premeditated. You have to be able to react when something is put in front of you. That’s something that experience takes a big part of. We’ll hope that that experience can help us in that situation.” THIS WEEK AT A GLANCE WHEN & WHERE Thursday, Nov. 7 (Qualifying only), Friday, Nov. 8 and Saturday Nov. 9 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte for the Can-Am World Finals. Get tickets and more information. ABOUT THE TRACK The Dirt Track at Charlotte is a semi-banked 4/10-mile track. The track record is 11.880 sec. set by Jeff Shepard on Oct. 6, 2001. Online – CharlotteMotorSpeedway.com Phone – (800) 455-FANS TICKETS Tickets can be purchased by going to WorldofOutlaws.com/tix. 4/10-MILE WINNERS THIS YEAR There have been seven races on a 4/10-mile track, so far, this year. -The Dirt Track at Charlotte: Giovanni Scelzi won on May 24 and Logan Schuchart won on May 25 -Jackson Motorplex: Brad Sweet won on June 27 and June 29, and Carson Macedo won on June 28 -Lernerville Speedway: David Gravel won on July 23 and Brad Sweet on Sept. 28 THE DIRT TRACK AT CHARLOTTE PREVIOUS WINNERS 2019 – Giovanni Scelzi on May 24, Logan Schuchart on May 25 2018 – Donny Schatz on May 25, Ian Madsen and Donny Schatz on Nov. 3 2017 – Logan Schuchart on May 26, Donny Schatz on Nov. 3, David Gravel on Nov. 4 2016 – Greg Wilson on May 27, Jason Johnson on Oct. 28, Donny Schatz on Oct. 29 2015 – Donny Schatz on May 22, Dusty Zomer on Nov. 6, Donny Schatz on Nov. 7 2014 – Joey Saldana on May 23, Daryn Pittman on Nov. 7, Brian Brown Nov. 8 2013 – Paul McMahan on May 24, Donny Schatz on Nov. 8, Paul McMahan on Nov. 9 2012 – Joey Saldana on May 25, Sammy Swindell on Nov. 2, Dale Blaney on Nov. 3 2011 – Paul McMahan on May 28, Donny Schatz on Nov. 5, Donny Schatz on Nov. 6 2010 – Donny Schatz on May 29, Jason Meyers on Sept. 6, Jason Meyers on Sept. 6 2009 – Joey Saldana on May 22, Jason Meyers on Nov. 6, Joey Saldana on Nov. 7 2008 – Lance Dewease on May 23, Brooke Tatnell on Oct. 31, Donny Schatz on Nov. 1 2007 – Donny Schatz on May 25, Jason Meyers on Nov. 2, Steve Kinser on Nov. 3 2006 – Kevin Swindell on May 24 2003 – Blake Feese on May 24 2002 – Greg Hodnett on May 24, Greg Hodnett on May 25, Tyler Walker on Oct. 11, Daryn Pittman on Oct. 12 2001 – Danny Lasoski on May 26, Mark Kinser on May 26, Tim Shaffer on Oct. 5, Steve Kinser on Oct. 6 2000 – Sammy Swindell on May 25, Mark Kinser on May 26, Donny Schatz on Oct. 5, Mark Kinser on Oct. 6 ON THE INTERNET World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series Twitter – Twitter.com/WorldofOutlaws – @WorldofOutlaws Instagram – Instagram.com/WoOSprint – @woosprint Facebook – Facebook.com/WorldofOutlaws YouTube – YouTube.com/WorldofOutlaws DIRTVision – Dirtvision.com – Get your Fast Pass to watch all races LIVE for only $39/month Twitter – Twitter.com/DIRTVision – @DIRTVision Facebook – Facebook.com/WatchDIRTVision DRIVER INFO Follow World of Outlaws full-time drivers on Twitter: Brad Sweet – @BradSweet49 Brent Marks – @bmracing19 Carson Macedo – @carson_macedo Daryn Pittman – @darynpittman David Gravel – @DavidGravel Donny Schatz – @donnyschatz Ian Madsen – @IanMadsen Jacob Allen – @JacobAllen1A Jason Sides – @SidesMotorsport Kraig Kinser – @KraigKinser11k Logan Schuchart – @Lschuchart1s Shane Stewart – @shanestewart_5 Sheldon Haudenschild – @Haudenschild_17 AROUND THE TURN: The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series on Friday. Feb. 7 to Sunday, Feb. 9 will kick off its 2020 season at the Volusia Speedway Park for the DIRTcar Nationals presented by Bozard Ford. Get tickets and more information. 2019 STATS There have been 70 World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series Feature events this season. FEATURE WINNERS (19 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Wins 1 – Brad Sweet, Grass Valley, Calif. – 16 2– Donny Schatz, Fargo, N.D. – 11 3 – David Gravel, Watertown, Conn. – 10 4 – Logan Schuchart, Hanover, Pa. – 8 5 – Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Okla. – 4 – Carson Macedo, Lemoore, Calif. – 4 6 – Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pa. – 2 – Kyle Larson, Elk Grove, Calif. – 2 – Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pa. – 2 – Sheldon Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio – 2 7 – Ian Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 1 – Aaron Reutzel, Clute, Texas – 1 – Danny Dietrich, Gettysburg, Pa. – 1 – Giovanni Scelzi, Fresno, Calif. – 1 – Shane Stewart, Bixby, Okla. – 1 – Brian Brown, Higginsville, Mo. – 1 – Shane Golobic, Fremont, Calif. – 1 – Brent Marks, Myerstown, Pa. – 1 – Christopher Bell, Norman, Okla. – 1 DRYDENE HEAT RACE WINNERS (46 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Wins 1 – Donny Schatz, Fargo, N.D. – 27 2 – David Gravel, Watertown, Conn. – 25 3 – Brad Sweet, Grass Valley, Calif. – 21 – Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Okla. – 21 4 – Ian Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 16 – Logan Schuchart, Hanover, Pa. – 16 5 – Carson Macedo, Lemoore, Calif. – 15 6 – Shane Stewart, Bixby, Okla. – 10 7 – Brian Brown, Higginsville, Mo. – 9 8 – Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pa. – 7 – Sheldon Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio – 7 – Aaron Reutzel, Clute, Texas – 7 9 – Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 5 – Jason Sides, Bartlett, Tenn. – 5 10 – Jacob Allen, Hanover, Pa. – 4 – Kyle Larson, Elk Grove, Calif. – 4 – Tim Kaeding, San Jose, Calif. – 4 – Cory Eliason, Visalia, Calif. – 4 – Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pa. – 4 – Giovanni Scelzi, Fresno, Calif. – 4 – Brent Marks, Myerstown, Pa. – 4 11 – Rico Abreu, St. Helena, Calif. – 2 – Danny Dietrich, Gettysburg, Pa. – 2 – Parker Price-Miller, Kokomo, Ind. – 2 – Lynton Jeffrey, Prairie City, Iowa – 2 – Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Ind. – 2 – Freddie Rahmer, Salfordville, Pa. – 2 12 – Spencer Bayston, Lebanon, Ind. – 1 – Christopher Bell, Norman, Okla. – 1 – Willie Croft, Roseville, Calif. – 1 – Ryan Smith, Kunkletown, Pa. – 1 – Scotty Thiel, Sheboygan, Wis. – 1 – Tony Stewart, Columbus, Ind. – 1 – James McFadden, Warrnambool, VIC, Australia – 1 – Justin Henderson, Sioux Falls, S.D. – 1 – Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Ind. – 1 – Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio – 1 – Sammy Swindell, Germantown, Tenn. – 1 – Brian Montieth, Phoenixville, Pa. – 1 – Hunter Schuerenberg, Sikeston, Mo. – 1 – Shane Golobic, Fremont, Calif. – 1 – Justin Sanders, Watsonville, Calif. – 1 – Austen Wheatley, Lake Stevens, Wash. – 1 – Logan Seavey, Sutter, Calif. – 1 – Anthony Macri, Dillsburg, Pa. – 1 – Brock Zearfoss, Jonestown, Pa. – 1 DIRTVISION FAST PASS DASH WINNERS (27 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Wins 1 – Donny Schatz, Fargo, N.D. – 10 2 – Brad Sweet, Grass Valley, Calif. – 9 3 – David Gravel, Watertown, Conn. – 6 4 – Shane Stewart, Bixby, Okla. – 5 – Sheldon Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio – 5 – Logan Schuchart, Hanover, Pa. – 5 5 – Carson Macedo, Lemoore, Calif. – 4 – Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Okla. – 4 6 – Brian Brown, Higginsville, Mo. – 3 7 – Christopher Bell, Norman, Okla. – 2 – Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pa. – 2 – Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pa. – 2 – Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Ind. – 2 – Tim Kaeding, San Jose, Calif. – 2 8 – Ian Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 1 – Aaron Reutzel, Clute, Texas – 1 – Danny Dietrich, Gettysburg, Pa. – 1 – Kyle Larson, Elk Grove, Calif. – 1 – Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 1 – Bill Balog, Hartland, Wis. – 1 – Jeff Swindell, Memphis, Tenn. – 1 – James McFadden, Warrnambool, VIC, Australia – 1 – Hunter Schuerenberg, Sikeston, Mo. – 1 – Austen Wheatley, Lake Stevens, Wash. – 1 – Cory Eliason, Visalia, Calif. – 1 – Brent Marks, Myerstown, Pa. – 1 – Jason Sides, Bartlett, Tenn. – 1 LAST CHANCE SHOWDOWN WINNERS (37 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Wins 1 – Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pa. – 4 2 – Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 3 – Jason Sides, Bartlett, Tenn. – 3 – Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Ind. – 3 – Shane Stewart, Bixby, Okla. – 3 3 – Rico Abreu, St. Helena, Calif. – 2 – Brent Marks, Myerstown, Pa. – 2 – Tim Kaeding, San Jose, Calif. – 2 4 – Cale Conley, Vienna, W.Va. – 1 – Logan Schuchart, Hanover, Pa. – 1 – Kasey Kahne, Enumclaw, Wash. – 1 – David Gravel, Watertown, Conn. – 1 – Terry McCarl, Altoona, Iowa – 1 – Sammy Swindell, Germantown, Tenn. – 1 – Carson Short, Marion, Ill. – 1 – T.J. Stutts, Liverpool, Pa. – 1 – Cory Haas, York, Pa. – 1 – Carson Macedo, Lemoore, Calif. – 1 – Cale Thomas, Fairland, Ind. – 1 – James McFadden, Warrnambool, VIC, Australia – 1 – Jim Stinson, Vandalia, Ohio – 1 – Spencer Bayston, Lebanon, Ind. – 1 – Dominic Scelzi, Fresno, Calif. – 1 – Donny Schatz, Fargo, N.D. – 1 – Russel Borland, Kewaskum, Wis. – 1 – Jac Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio – 1 – Cory Eliason, Santa Cruz, Calif. – 1 – Ian Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 1 – Sheldon Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio – 1 – Marcus Dumesny, Sydney, NSW, Australia – 1 – Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Calif. – 1 – Jacob Allen, Hanover, Pa. – 1 – Zach Daum, Pocahontas, Ill. – 1 – Giovanni Scelzi, Fresno, Calif. – 1 – Trey Starks, Puyallup, Wash. – 1 – Chase Stockon, Haubstadt, Ind. ­– 1 – Logan Wagner, Harrisonville, Pa. – 1 C-MAIN WINNERS (16 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Wins 1 – Shane Stewart, Bixby, Okla. – 1 – Brent Marks, Myerstown, Pa. – 1 – Freddie Rahmer, Salfordville, Pa. – 1 – Lucas Wolfe, Mechanicsburg, Pa. – 1 – Giovanni Scelzi, Fresno, Calif. – 1 – Jim Stinson, Vandalia, Ohio – 1 – Brooke Tatnell, Sans Souci, NSW, Australia – Tasker Phillips, Pleasantville, Iowa – 1 – Lee Jacobs, Dalton, Ohio – 1 – Chad Kemenah, Alveda, Ohio – 1 – James McFadden, Warrnambool, VIC, Australia – 1 – Tim Kaeding, San Jose, Calif. – 1 – Jacob Allen, Hanover, Pa. – 1 – Dylan Cisney, Port Royal, Pa. – 1 – Wayne Johnson, Oklahoma City, Okla. – 1 – Dan Shetler, Johnstown, Pa. – 1 D-MAIN WINNERS (3 different drivers) 1 – Justin Peck, Monrovia, Ind. – 1 – Hunter Schuerenberg, Sikeston, Mo. – 1 – Trey Starks, Puyallup, Wash. – 1 PODIUM FINISHES (30 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – # of podiums 1– Donny Schatz, Fargo, N.D. – 33 2 – Brad Sweet, Grass Valley, Calif. – 30 3 – David Gravel, Watertown, Conn. – 28 4 – Logan Schuchart, Hanover, Pa. – 25 5 – Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Okla. – 16 6 – Carson Macedo, Lemoore, Calif. – 9 – Sheldon Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio – 9 7 – Shane Stewart, Bixby, Okla. – 6 8 – Ian Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 5 9 – Kyle Larson, Elk Grove, Calif. – 4 – Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 4 10 – Danny Dietrich, Gettysburg, Pa. – 3 – James McFadden, Warrnambool, VIC, Australia – 3 – Tim Kaeding, San Jose, Calif. – 3 – Aaron Reutzel, Clute, Texas – 3 – Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pa. – 3 – Brent Marks, Myerstown, Pa. – 3 – Christopher Bell, Norman, Okla. – 3 11 – Giovanni Scelzi, Fresno, Calif. – 2 – Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pa. – 2 – Shane Golobic, Fremont, Calif. – 2 – Brian Brown, Higginsville, Mo. – 2 12 – Rico Abreu, St. Helena, Calif. – 1 – Jacob Allen, Hanover, Pa. – 1 – Ryan Smith, Kunkletown, Pa. – 1 – Bill Balog, Hartland, Wis. – 1 – Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Ind. – 1 – Jason Solwold, Burlington, Wash. – 1 – Justin Sanders, Watsonville, Calif. – 1 – Anthony Macri, Dillsburg, Pa. – 1 HARD CHARGER AWARD (28 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – H.C. Awards 1 – Brent Marks, Myerstown, Pa. – 7 2 – Logan Schuchart, Hanover, Pa. – 6 3 – Carson Macedo, Lemoore, Calif. – 5 – Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Ind. – 5 – Sheldon Haudenschild, Wooster, Pa. – 5 – Shane Stewart, Bixby, Okla. – 5 4 – Ian Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 4 – Donny Schatz, Fargo, N.D. – 4 – Brad Sweet, Grass Valley, Calif. – 4 5 – Dominic Scelzi – Fresno, Calif. – 3 6 – Cory Eliason, Santa Cruz, Calif. – 2 – Sammy Swindell, Germantown, Ind. – 2 – Rico Abreu, St. Helena, Calif. – 2 – David Gravel, Watertown, Conn. – 2 7 – Chad Kemenah, Alveda, Ohio – 1 – Aaron Reutzel, Clute, Texas – 1 – Parker Price-Miller, Kokomo, Ind. – 1 – Hunter Schuerenberg, Sikeston, Mo. – 1 – Giovanni Scelzi, Fresno, Calif. – 1 – James McFadden, Warrnambool, VIC, Australia – 1 – Derek Hagar, Marion, Ark. – 1 – Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 1 – Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pa. – 1 – Jacob Allen, Hanover, Pa. – 1 – Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pa. – 1 – Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Okla. – 1 – Kyle Larson, Elk Grove, Calif. – 1 – Brian Montieth, Phoenixville, Pa. – 1 TOTAL LAPS LED (27 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – Laps 1 – Brad Sweet, Grass Valley, Calif. – 425 2 – Donny Schatz, Fargo, N.D. – 296 3 – David Gravel, Watertown, Conn. – 289 4 – Logan Schuchart, Hanover, Pa. – 243 5 – Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Okla. – 130 6 – Carson Macedo, Lemoore, Calif. – 129 7 – Sheldon Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio – 118 8 – Christopher Bell, Norman, Okla. – 75 9 – Shane Stewart, Bixby, Okla. – 62 10 – Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pa. – 55 11 – Ian Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 53 12 – Kyle Larson, Elk Grove, Calif. – 52 13 – Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pa. – 48 14 – Aaron Reutzel, Clute, Texas – 41 15 – Brent Marks, Myerstown, Pa. – 40 16 – Jacob Allen, Hanover, Pa. – 37 – Brian Brown, Higginsville, Mo. – 37 17 – Danny Dietrich, Gettysburg, Pa. – 34 18 – James McFadden, Warrnambool, VIC, Australia – 31 19 – Bill Balog, Hartland, Wis. – 22 20 – Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Ind. – 19 21 – Tim Kaeding, San Jose, Calif. – 16 22 – Sammy Swindell, Germantown, Ind. – 10 23 – Jason Sides, Bartlett, Tenn. – 7 24 – Giovanni Scelzi, Fresno, Calif. – 6 25 – Joey Saldana, Brownsburg, Ind. – 2 – Shane Golobic, Fremont, Calif. – 2 QUALIFYING QUICK TIME (20 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – QTs 1 – David Gravel, Watertown, Conn. – 21 2 – Brad Sweet, Grass Valley, Calif. – 9 3 – Shane Stewart, Bixby, Okla. – 5 4 – Donny Schatz, Fargo, N.D. – 4 – Sheldon Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio – 4 – Logan Schuchart, Hanover, Pa. – 4 5 – Jacob Allen, Hanover, Pa. – 3 – Ian Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 3 6 – Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Ind. – 2 – Tim Kaeding, San Jose, Calif. – 2 – Jason Sides, Bartlett, Tenn. – 2 7 – Parker Price-Miller, Kokomo, Ind. – 1 – Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Okla. – 1 – Carson Macedo, Lemoore, Calif. – 1 – Aaron Reutzel, Clute, Texas – 1 – Lance Dewease, Fayetteville, Pa. – 1 – Danny Dietrich, Gettysburg, Pa. – 1 – Sye Lynch, Apollo, Pa. – 1 – Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pa. – 1 – Kerry Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 1 FASTEST IN PRACTICE (24 different drivers) Rank – Driver, Hometown – # of times fastest 1 – David Gravel, Watertown, Conn. – 11* 2 – Donny Schatz, Fargo, N.D. – 10* 3 – Brad Sweet, Grass Valley, Calif. – 8 4 – Daryn Pittman, Owasso, Okla. – 6 5 – Logan Schuchart, Hanover, Pa. – 4 – Ian Madsen, St. Mary’s, NSW, Australia – 4* 6 – Tim Shaffer, Aliquippa, Pa. – 3 – Sheldon Haudenschild, Wooster, Ohio – 3 – Aaron Reutzel, Clute, Texas – 3 7 – Kraig Kinser, Bloomington, Ind. – 2 – Carson Macedo, Lemoore, Calif. – 2* – Jason Sides, Bartlett, Tenn. – 2 – Cale Thomas, Fairland, Ind. – 2 8 – Brian Brown, Higginsville, Mo. – 1 – Freddie Rahmer, Salfordville, Pa. – 1 – James McFadden, Warrnambool, VIC, Australia – 1 – Tim Kaeding, San Jose, Calif. – 1 – Shane Stewart, Bixby, Okla. – 1 – Logan Wagner, Harrisonville, Pa. – 1 – Rico Abreu, St. Helena, Calif. – 1 – Kyle Larson, Elk Grove, Calif. – 1 – Giovanni Scelzi, Fresno, Calif. – 1 – Kendall Ruble, Vincennes, Ind. ­– 1 – Jacob Allen, Hanover, Pa. – 1 *A fastest time came during a second set of Hot Laps 2019 World of Outlaws Schedule & Winners No. / Day, Date / Track / Location / Winner (Total Wins) 1. Friday, Feb. 8 / Volusia Speedway Park / Barberville, Fla. / Daryn Pittman (1) 2. Saturday, Feb. 9 / Volusia Speedway Park / Barberville, Fla. / Daryn Pittman (2) 3. Sunday, Feb. 10 / Volusia Speedway Park/ Baberville, Fla. / Rainout-Canceled 4. Friday, Feb. 22 / Cotton Bowl Speedway / Paige, Texas / Rainout-Canceled 5. Saturday, Feb. 23 / LoneStar Speedway / Kilgore, Texas / Rainout-Canceled 6. Wednesday, Feb. 27 / The Dirt Track at Las Vegas / Las Vegas, Nev. / Tim Shaffer (1) 7. Thursday, Feb. 28 / The Dirt Track at Las Vegas / Las Vegas, Nev. / Donny Schatz (1) 8. Friday, March 8 / Thunderbowl Raceway / Tulare, Calif. / Rainout-Canceled 9. Saturday, March 9 / Thunderbowl Raceway / Tulare, Calif. / Ian Madsen (1) 10. Friday, March 15 / Silver Dollar Speedway / Chico, Calif. / Carson Macedo (1) 11. Saturday, March 16 / Stockton Dirt Track / Stockton, Calif. / Logan Schuchart (1) 12. Friday, March 22 / Ocean Speedway / Watsonville, Calif. / Rainout-Canceled 13. Saturday, March 23 / Placerville Speedway / Placerville, Calif. / Rainout-Rescheduled for Sept. 11 14. Friday, March 29 / Keller Auto Speedway / Hanford, Calif. / David Gravel (1) 15. Saturday, March 30 / Perris Auto Speedway / Perris, Calif. / Aaron Reutzel (1) 16. Friday, April 5 / USA Raceway / Tucson, Ariz. / Brad Sweet (1) 17. Saturday, April 6 / Arizona Speedway / Queen Creek, Ariz. / David Gravel (2) 18. Friday, April 12 / Devil’s Bowl Speedway / Mesquite, Texas / Logan Schuchart (2) 19. Saturday, April 13 / Devil’s Bowl Speedway / Mesquite, Texas / Rainout-Canceled 20. Friday, April 26 / Lake Ozark Speedway / Eldon, Mo. / Brad Sweet (2) 21. Saturday, April 27 / Federated Auto Parts Raceway / Pevely, Mo. / Rainout-Canceled 22. Sunday, April 28 / Jacksonville Speedway / Jacksonville, Ill. / Postponed-Rescheduled for Sept. 25 23. Friday, May 3 / Riverside International Speedway / West Memphis, Ark. / Rainout-Canceled 24. Saturday, May 4 / Tri-State International Speedway / Haubstadt, Ind. / Postponed-Rescheduled for Oct. 13 25. Friday, May 10 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, Ohio / Donny Schatz (2) 26. Saturday, May 11 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, Ohio / Postponed-Rescheduled for July 17 27. Wednesday, May 15 / Lincoln Speedway / Abbottstown, Pa. / Lance Dewease (1) 28. Friday, May 17 / Williams Grove Speedway / Mechanicsburg, Pa. / David Gravel (3) 29. Saturday, May 18 / Williams Grove Speedway / Mechanicsburg, Pa. / Lance Dewease (2) 30. Sunday, May 19 / Weedsport Speedway / Weedsport, NY / Rainout-Canceled 31. Tuesday, May 21 / Bridgeport Speedway / Bridgeport, NJ / Danny Dietrich (1) 32. Friday, May 24 / The Dirt Track at Charlotte / Concord, NC / Giovanni Scelzi (1) 33. Saturday, May 25 / The Dirt Track at Charlotte / Concord, NC / Logan Schuchart (3) 34. Monday, May 27 / Lawrenceburg Speedway / Lawrenceburg, Ind. / Kyle Larson (1) 35. Friday, May 31 / Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway / Nashville, Tenn. / Donny Schatz (3) 36. Saturday, June 1 / Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway / Nashville, Tenn. / Shane Stewart (1) 37. Tuesday, June 4 / Fairbury Speedway / Fairbury, Ill. / Kyle Larson (2) 38. Friday, June 7 / River Cities Speedway / Grand Forks, N.D. / Logan Schuchart (4) 39. Saturday, June 8 / Granite City Speedway / Sauk Rapids, Minn. / Brad Sweet (3) 40. Friday, June 14 / Knoxville Raceway / Knoxville, Iowa / Brian Brown (1) 41. Saturday, June 15 / Knoxville Raceway / Knoxville, Iowa / Brad Sweet (4) 42. Saturday, June 22 / Beaver Dam Raceway / Beaver Dam, Wis. / Brad Sweet (5) 43. Sunday, June 23 / Dubuque Speedway / Dubuque, Iowa / Rainout-Canceled 44. Thursday, June 27 / Jackson Motorplex / Jackson, Minn. / Brad Sweet (6) 45. Friday, June 28 / Jackson Motorplex / Jackson, Minn. / Carson Macedo (2) 46. Saturday, June 29 / Jackson Motorplex / Jackson, Minn. / Brad Sweet (7) 47. Wednesday, July 3 / Brown County Speedway, Aberdeen, S.D. / Brad Sweet (8) 48. Saturday, July 6 / Cedar Lake Speedway / New Richmond, Wis. / Sheldon Haudenschild (1) 49. Saturday, July 6 / Cedar Lake Speedway / New Richmond, Wis. / Brad Sweet (9) 50. Friday, July 12 / Hartford Speedway / Hartford, Mich. / David Gravel (4) 51. Saturday, July 13 / Wilmot Raceway / Wilmot, Wis. / Donny Schatz (4) 52. Wednesday, July 17 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, Ohio / Donny Schatz (5) 53.Thursday, July 18 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, Ohio / Brad Sweet (10) 54. Friday, July 19 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, Ohio / Donny Schatz (6) 55. Saturday, July 20 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, Ohio / Brad Sweet (11) – Kings Royal 56. Tuesday, July 23 / Lernerville Speedway / Sarver, Pa. / David Gravel (5) 57. Friday, July 26 / Williams Grove Speedway / Mechanicsburg, Pa. / Tim Shaffer (2) 58. Saturday, July 27 / Williams Grove Speedway / Mechanicsburg, Pa. / Donny Schatz (7) 59. Friday, Aug. 2 / Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 / Pevely, Mo. / Brad Sweet (12) 60. Saturday, Aug. 3 / Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 / Pevely, Mo. / Sheldon Haudenschild (2) 61. Wednesday, Aug. 7 / Knoxville Raceway / Knoxville, Iowa / Trey Starks (Prelim) 62. Thursday, Aug. 8 / Knoxville Raceway / Knoxville, Iowa / David Gravel (Prelim) 63. Friday, Aug. 9 / Knoxville Raceway / Knoxville, Iowa / Kerry Madsen (Prelim) 64. Saturday, Aug. 10 / Knoxville Raceway / Knoxville, Iowa / David Gravel (6) – Knoxville Nationals 65. Friday, Aug. 16 / River Cities Speedway / Grand Forks, N.D. / Donny Schatz (8) 66. Saturday, Aug. 17 / Red River Valley Speedway / West Fargo, N.D. / Rainout-Canceled 67. Friday, Aug. 23 / Black Hills Speedway / Rapid City, S.D. / Carson Macedo (3) 68. Saturday, Aug. 24 / Big Sky Speedway / Billings, Mont. / David Gravel (7) 69. Friday, Aug. 30 / Skagit Speedway / Alger, Wash. / Logan Schuchart (5) 70. Saturday, Aug. 31 / Skagit Speedway / Alger, Wash. / Logan Schuchart (6) 71. Monday, Sept. 2 / Grays Harbor Raceway / Elma, Wash. / Daryn Pittman (3) 72. Wednesday, Sept. 4 / Willamette Speedway / Lebanon, Ore. / Brad Sweet (13) 73. Friday, Sept. 6 / Silver Dollar Speedway / Chico, Calif. / Brad Sweet (14) 74. Saturday, Sept. 7 / Silver Dollar Speedway / Chico, Calif. / Daryn Pittman (4) 75. Wednesday, Sept. 11 / Placerville Speedway / Placerville, Calif. / Shane Golobic (1) 76. Friday, Sept. 13 / Stockton Dirt Track / Stockton, Calif. / Logan Schuchart (7) 77. Saturday, Sept. 14 / Calistoga Speedway / Calistoga, Calif. / David Gravel (8) 78. Friday, Sept. 20 / Dodge City Raceway Park / Dodge City, Kan. / Donny Schatz (9) 79. Saturday, Sept. 21 / Dodge City Raceway Park / Dodge City, Kan. / Brad Sweet (15) 80. Wednesday, Sept. 25 / Jacksonville Speedway / Jacksonville, Ill. / Carson Macedo (4) 81. Friday, Sept. 27 / Eldora Speedway / Rossburg, Ohio / Logan Schuchart (8) 82. Saturday, Sept. 28 / Lernerville Speedway / Sarver, Pa. / Brad Sweet (16) 83. Friday, Oct. 4 / Williams Grove Speedway / Mechanicsburg, Pa. / David Gravel (9) 84. Saturday, Oct. 5 / Williams Grove Speedway / Mechanicsburg, Pa. / Brent Marks (1) 85. Saturday, Oct. 12 / Terre Haute Action Track / Terre Haute, Ind. / Rainout-Canceled 86. Sunday, Oct. 13 / Tri-State Speedway / Haubstadt, Ind. / Christopher Bell (1) 87. Friday, Oct. 18 / Lakeside Speedway / Kansas City, Kan. / Donny Schatz (10) 88. Saturday, Oct. 19 / Lake Ozark Speedway / Eldon, Mo. / David Gravel (10) 89. Friday, Oct. 25 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, Pa. / Donny Schatz (11) 90. Saturday, Oct. 26 / Port Royal Speedway / Port Royal, Pa. / Rainout-Canceled
  18. First-time winners and returning stars shine bright at DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship From first female winner to undefeated champion, The Dirt Track at Charlotte had it all CONCORD, NC — Nov. 2, 2019 — After 13 Features and four Invitationals with more than 400 racecars across nine divisions, the DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship wrapped up Saturday night at The Dirt Track at Charlotte. Among the many highlights from this year’s event was Brayden Pruitt becoming the first woman to win a Feature at The Dirt Track at Charlotte when she captured the COMP CAMS Mini Stock main event; Mitchell Duvall remaining undefeated in the DRIVEN Racing Oil Crate Sportsman division, winning for the fourth consecutive year; Nick Hoffman, the 2019 DIRTcar UMP Modified national champion, DIRTcar Nationals champion and DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals champion, powering to victory in the Summit Racing Equipment UMP Modified Feature on Saturday; and competitors from 18 states, Canada and Australia descending upon Charlotte for this year’s event. Overall, each division of racing had its own excitement: FOX RACING SHOX PRO LATE MODELS: For the first time in DRIVEN World Short Track Championship history, there’s a back-to-back winner of the FOX Racing SHOX DIRTcar/SECA Pro Late Models, and his name is “Downtown” Michael Brown. Adding to his 2018 victory, Brown bolstered his stellar 2019 season by besting the 27-car field on Saturday night in dominating fashion, taking the lead from polesitter Timmie Harrelson on lap 5 and leading the rest of the way to claim the second win of his career at Charlotte. At the line, Brown still had a 3.78-second advantage over runner-up Harrelson, but it was larger before he caught the tail-end of the field in the closing laps. Overall, Brown said it came down to his great crew and even better equipment. “I’m blessed to be in this position, this is awesome,” Brown said. “Having a good shock guy really helped me out. Wesley Page at WP Racing Shocks, he dials this thing in and I just hold the wheel straight.” — By Jordan DeLucia FOX Racing SHOX Pro Late Model Feature (25 laps) — 1. 32-Michael Brown [3] [$4,000]; 2. 89-Timmie Harrelson [1] [$2,000]; 3. 6B-Dillon Brown [2] [$1,000]; 4. 75-Brett Hamm [8] [$900]; 5. 17-Logan Roberson [6] [$800]; 6. 55-Matt Long [10] [$700]; 7. 26jr -Jimmy Sharpe Jr. [19] [$600]; 8. O8-Layton Sullivan [4] [$550]; 9. T1-Timbo Mangum [5] [$500]; 10. 44-John Ruggiero Jr. [16] [$450]; 11. 23-Cory Hedgecock [17] [$400]; 12. 27H-Justin Hudspeth [9] [$400]; 13. 88-Trent Ivey [7] [$400]; 14. 67-Bryan Mullis [11] [$400]; 15. 27-Tyler Carpenter [22] [$400]; 16. 23B-Billy Green [25] [$400]; 17. 23G-Corey Gordon [12] [$400]; 18. 101-Forrest Trent [24] [$400]; 19. 6-Isaak Love [23] [$400]; 20. OO2-Tyler Arrington [20] [$400]; 21. 2X-Jared Powell [14] [$400]; 22. 2-Ronald Geehring [26] [$400]; 23. 6o-Cody Overton [18] [$400]; 24. OO-Carson Ferguson [13] [$400]; 25. 6H-Clay Harris [21] [$400]; 26. 78-Hank Taylor [27] [$400]; 27. 6J-Jacob Brown [15]. SUMMIT RACING EQUIPMENT UMP MODIFIEDS: If there were any driver in the 47-car UMP Modified field suited most to win on a big stage like Charlotte, it would be last year’s champion in the Summit Racing Equipment UMP Modifieds, Nick Hoffman. Wrapping up a highly successful season behind the wheel of his FOX Racing SHOX #2 as 2019 DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals champion, the Mooresville, NC-native continued his winning streak at The Dirt Track by leading all 25 laps en route to his third-career victory in the event. Hoffman was also victorious in the All-Star Invitational Feature last year. He may have led every lap, but that doesn’t mean he didn’t have his challenges. Hoffman battled through multiple restarts and some of the best competition he’s seen all year behind him, namely fellow Mooresville-native, Kyle Strickler. Once Hoffman got deep into lapped traffic in the final five laps, “The Highside Tickler” cracked the whip and passed Taylor Cook for second. Cook then spun out in turn one, placing Strickler on Hoffman’s rear bumper for the restart with less than five circuits to go. “When [Strickler] pops up in second place, it’s always nerve-wracking,” Hoffman said. “Going into this race, we knew it would be tough to beat him. Us two, we’ve had really good racecars all year.” In the end, Hoffman prevailed, holding off Strickler to get the big check. What seemed to win him the race was his ability to sort through lapped traffic efficiently and protect his lead, vital to winning under such a hot spotlight. “I had a bit of a lead for a while, then I got to the lapped cars and it got tight,” Hoffman said. “I kind of didn’t know which way to go … but lapped traffic is always nerve-wracking, just have to get through it as fast as you can, and it all just worked out in my favor.” — By Jordan DeLucia Summit Racing Equipment UMP Modified Feature (25 Laps) — 1. 2-Nick Hoffman [1]; 2. 8-Kyle Strickler [5]; 3. K19-Will Krup [3]; 4. 11X-Tyler Carpenter [10]; 5. 35-David Stremme [8]; 6. 7T-Christian Thomas [14]; 7. 21h-Clay Harris [12]; 8. 71D-Dan Davis [13]; 9. 7D-Drake Troutman [7]; 10. 12-Kevin Weaver [11]; 11. 17c-Coleman Evans [23]; 12. 27x-Steve Rex [20]; 13. 96-Slade Parsons [4]; 14. 84-Ryan Toole [26]; 15. 8a-Austin Holcombe [15]; 16. 43-Joshua Harris [16]; 17. 1-Jake Gibbons [24]; 18. 11w-Beau Aikey [22]; 19. 537-Jesse Rockett [18]; 20. 21-Taylor Cook [6]; 21. 97-Billy Workman [21]; 22. 6a-Ryan Ayers [9]; 23. 10-Daniel Parker [17]; 24. 1K-Kyle Peterson [19]; 25. 14D-David Taylor [25]; 26. 17T-Michael Tarlton [2]; KSE Hard Charger Award: 17c-Coleman Evans[+12] VP RACING FUELS SPORTSMAN MODIFIEDS: Jackson Gil, from Plessis NY, is now a two-time winner of the DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship at The Dirt Track at Charlotte. The young gun hinted he may be moving up a division in 2020, so if this was his last hurrah in the VP Racing Fuel DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds he made it count. Gil could hardly contain his excitement in Victory Lane. “This is probably one of the biggest races that you can win,” he said. “To win two years in a row is unbelievable.” The pilot of the No. 60 Troyer chassis VP Racing Fuels DIRTcar Sportsman Modified had to make a dicey move to take the win. Gil made contact with then leader Garrison Krentz from Lockport, NY on his way to Victory Lane. “I didn’t have many laps left and well we all hate making moves like that but at the end of the day you gotta do what you gotta do to get the win,” he said. Both drivers shook hands and agreed it was all hard racing. Robert Bublak, an Albany-Saratoga regular, took home second place while Krentz held on for third. Pole-sitter Corey Cormier lead the 29-car field to the green flag for the 30-lap Feature. The first restart saw a lead change as NAPA Super DIRT Week XLVIII Chevy Performance 75 Champion Kyle Inman launched his No. 20K to the front. Unfortunately, a rash of flat tires brought out caution, including the leader Inman. That left a three-way battle for the lead between Gil, Krentz and Bublak. The three traded positions throughout the final stages of the race. Krentz passed Gil with two laps to go but Gil reclaimed the lead and carried it to Victory Lane. — By Joe Grabianowski VP Racing Fuels Sportsman Modified Feature (30 Laps) — 1. 60-Jackson Gill [8]; 2. 997-Robert Bublak [6]; 3. 56-Garrison Krentz [5]; 4. 42-Daryl Nutting [17]; 5. 25-Matt Janczuk [11]; 6. 92-Andrew Buff [14]; 7. 34-Kevin Root [23]; 8. 64-Tyler Corcoran [4]; 9. 631-Todd Buckwold [25]; 10. 52-Jessica Power [24]; 11. 18-Ryan MaCartney [19]; 12. 12G-Matthew Guererri [16]; 13. 410-Mike Fowler [21]; 14. 42M-Derrick McGrew [9]; 15. O8-Jack Speshock [12]; 16. 20-Corey Cormier [1]; 17. 7H-Nicole Hoag [2]; 18. 33-Richard Murtaugh [26]; 19. 20K-Kyle Inman [3]; 20. 48A-Chris Corbett [15]; 21. 2-Sam Jinkin [29]; 22. 60x-Kinser Hill [22]; 23. 8-Steve Lary [27]; 24. 11B-Don Blaney [28]; 25. 1-Robert Delormier [13]; 26. 17H-Alex Hoag [18]; 27. 22-Roddy Watts [20]; 28. 11T-Jeff Taylor [7]; 29. 20X-Kevin Ridley [10]; KSE Hard Charger Award: 34-Kevin Root[+16]. HOOSIER RACING TIRE PRO MODIFIEDS: Three drivers tried to dethrone Jeff Parsons from his lead during the Hoosier Racing Tire Pro Modifieds Feature at the DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship, but none could best the Union Grove, N.C. driver. Parsons, in the No. 44 car, jumped to the lead at the start of the 20-lap Feature with Dylan Smith, in the No. 03 car, quickly moving his way from fourth to second, utilizing the high side of the track, while everyone else ran the bottom. Andrew Durham, in the No. 06, chased them both in third. The three drivers raced nose to nose for the first half of the race before Durham spun trying to pass Smith for second and got hit by another car, ending his night. When the race restarted, Smith got a run around the outside of Parsons, but before he could complete the pass the caution came out. When the race resumed, Billy Workman and Jeremy Steele threw their names in contention for the win by charging past Smith and targeting Parsons. Steele proved to be the faster of the two challengers, passing Workman and powering to Parsons’ rear bumper. Too close to his bumper. He hit Parsons and spun him, a move Steele said he did not mean to make. Luckily for Parsons the caution came out at the same time, allowing him to get his spot back. That was all the luck Parsons needed as the then led the field to the end, picking up the $1,500-to-win prize at The Charlotte Dirt Track. “We got lucky there at the end,” said Parsons of his home state win. “I think we got our tires a little hot and burned them up there at the end. I had to move around there at the end. But that was a good race… I race with the best guys around.” — By Nick Graziano Hoosier Racing Tire Pro Modified Feature (20 laps) — 1. 44-Jeff Parsons; 2. 2-Jeremy Steele; 3. 97-Billy Workman, Jr; 4. OO-Preston Blalock; 5. 312-Greg Brown; 6. 2J-Jake Barnycastle; 7. O3-Dylan Smith; 8. 23S-Matthew Smith; 9. 15-Morgan Widener; 10. 14-Ethan Rogers; 11. T9-Zack Tate; 12. 45-Mark Robinson; 13. 52-Chris Stown; 14. 69-Harley Stanley; 15. 92M-Larry Martin; 16. 99L-Landen Lewis; 17. 22-Kris Callahan; 18. 12R-Ty Rhoades; 19. O6-Andrew Durham; 20. 22P-Kenny Peeples, Jr.; 21. 98-Hank Taylor; 22. 50-Justin Blevins; 23. 23-Buck Steven; 24. 25-Robert Poole; 25. 31G-Stephen Pedulla; 26. 42-Kevin Pangrazio; 27. 12U-Brandon Umberger. RACERTENTS.COM PRO STOCKS: Luke Horning captured the RacerTents.com Pro Stock 30 lap Feature in his black No. 8. Horning jumped to the lead on the initial start, outrunning pole-sitter Rick Duzlak. Horning, from Gloversville, NY, took home $3,000 for his big win. “We spent a lot of money to come down here so to get the win helps make it possible,” Horning said with a smile in Victory Lane. Each lap Horning was looking for the head starter to count the laps down. “Any time I see “Señor Silk” [starter Dave Farney] stretch over the track I get a little excited.” The battle at the front was close all race. Horning had Pro Stock Sportsman of the Year award winner Jay Casey all over him for the lead. “One time I jumped the cushion and thought Jay Casey was going to get me there, but we kept it going,” said Horning. Horning competed in both The Dirt Track at Charlotte and NAPA Super DIRT Week this year. “DIRTcar puts on a great show,” he said. — By Joe Grabianowski RacerTents.com Pro Stock Feature (25 Laps) — 1. 2H-Luke Horning [2]; 2. 322-Jay Casey [5]; 3. 2-Peter Stefanski [10]; 4. 48-Jocelyn Roy [3]; 5. 93-Kenneth Martin [9]; 6. 51-Jason Meltz [6]; 7. 7-Rob Yetman [7]; 8. 8-Marc Lalonde [15]; 9. 4-Roch Aubin [12]; 10. 1X-Mike White [16]; 11. 28-Burton Ward [11]; 12. 715-Jason Morrison [19]; 13. 8C-Sean Corr [17]; 14. 29-Rick Duslak [1]; 15. 324-Jason Casey [13]; 16. 6C-Brian Carter [8]; 17. 21-David Depaulo [4]; 18. 23-Scott Towslee [18]; 19. 93JR-Sheldon Martin [14]; KSE Hard Charger Award: 2-Peter Stefanski[+7] CHEVROLET PERFORMANCE 602 LATE MODELS: In one of the best side-by-side battles The Dirt Track saw all night, Greenwood, SC-driver Billy Rushton bested polesitter Mike Davidson for the lead early in the 20-lap contest for his first victory at Charlotte. Davidson led the opening laps, but Rushton found the groove on the bottom and zoomed into the lead out of turn two on lap six after a multi-lap battle out front. Runner-up Chase McCormick followed suit and grabbed the runner-up spot out of turn four underneath Davidson. Once Rushton got the lead, the rest of the field was toast, as the #22 pulled away from McCormick slightly in lapped traffic to seal the victory. One, he said, had been a long time coming with the amount of work he’s put into his operation. “We’ve had some bad luck here in the past,” Rushton said in Victory Lane. “I’ve always wanted to win this race. I can’t forget all the people that helped me get here. It’s just me, my two crew guys that help me. We don’t have any big-time sponsors. We just try our best.” — By Jordan DeLucia Chevy Performance 602 Late Model Feature (20 Laps) – 1. 22-Billy Rushton [2]; 2. 22B-Chase McCormick [3]; 3. 27-Mike Davidson [1]; 4. 11-David Smith [4]; 5. 75-Michael Brown [7]; 6. 16-Colby Cannon [5]; 7. P4-John Price [10]; 8. 12T-Rod Tucker [16]; 9. 4-Kyle Beck [17]; 10. 44-Rod Robert [12]; 11. 49-Jeremy Mayfield [21]; 12. 99-Shaun Thomas [19]; 13. 215-Jamison McBride [13]; 14. 12-Michael Smith [24]; 15. 78-Blake Pryor [23]; 16. 11G-Lee Gray [8]; 17. 6-Mark Wilbanks [26]; 18. 1-Monk Gulledge [18]; 19. 21-Mario Gresham [14]; 20. 149-Seth Speed [25]; 21. 14-Baron McDowell [20]; 22. 87-Lance Chitwood [9]; 23. 18-Austin Mintz [22]; 24. 54-Justin Mintz [15]; 25. OB-Blake Dill [6]; 26. 97-Cody Overton [11]; KSE Hard Charger Award: 49-Jeremy Mayfield[+10]. DRIVEN RACING OIL CRATE SPORTSMAN: The DRIVEN Racing Oil Crate Sportsman put on thrilling Heat races Friday night and continued their exciting racing to Saturday’s portion of the DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship. The field spread out three-wide throughout the back of the field, while the leaders were at each other’s bumpers, hugging the bottom line. Leading that train was Mitchell Duvall, in the No. 5D car. Duvall was fast Friday night, dominating his Heat race and continued that speed into Saturday’s 20-lap Feature. He jumped to the lead and never looked back, gapping second place Calob McLaughlin by about a straightaway before the halfway point of the race. The race went caution free, allowing Duvall to catch lap traffic, however the slower obstacles had no effect on his speed. He cruised to the win and the $1,500 prize. “That was great,” said Duvall, of Gaffney, S.C. “I couldn’t believe it. We hit the perfect set up. We picked the right combination. It was hooked. I couldn’t believe it.” — By Nick Graziano DRIVEN Racing Oil Crate Sportsman Feature (20 Laps) – 1. 5D-Mitchell Duvall [2]; 2. O8-Calob McLaughlin [1]; 3. 9-Ronnie Mosley [4]; 4. 18C-Damon Crump [5]; 5. 718-Ben Watkins [3]; 6. 11L-Kade Langley [6]; 7. 96-Dalton Pannell [9]; 8. 76-Chris Rice [24]; 9. 12-Devon Morgan [7]; 10. 51-Lee Higdon [13]; 11. 78-Blake Pryor [21]; 12. 28-Nick Milstead [10]; 13. 18G-Ricky Greene [18]; 14. 92T-Tyler Love [22]; 15. 777-Dustin Taylor [12]; 16. S22-Shannon Adams [23]; 17. 18W-Bradley Weaver [14]; 18. 29-Bryan Harrelson [16]; 19. 70-Brandon Dockery [11]; 20. O1-Colton Dimsdale [25]; 21. 66D-Preston Dimsdale [17]; 22. 66-Danny Sexton [20]; 23. 14-Russell Williford [8]; 24. 30-Brit Dover [15]; 25. 53-Pebo Johnson [19]; 26. 10-Patrick Evatt [26]. COMP CAMS MINI STOCKS: Brayden Pruitt made history by becoming the first female driver to win at The Dirt Track at Charlotte. The COMP CAMS Mini-Stock ace drove to a hard-fought victory at the famous speedway. With an impressive display of skill and prowess, Pruitt overtook front-runners Nicholas Broome and Travis Mosley to take the checkered flag. Nothing quite compares to the excitement of Victory Lane at the DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship. Pruitt proudly held her little girl high above her head in celebration. She tried to put her excitement and pride in her accomplishment into words. “You don’t even know what this night means,” she said. “My daughter was four weeks old the first time she visited The Dirt Track at Charlotte. I just hope one day she’ll be sitting right where I am and she’ll know what it means.” Nothing came easy in the race. Pruitt battled her away to the top and never made a wrong step once she was in the lead. “It took a lot of patience out there,” she said. “On that last restart I got over my head. I was really driving it hard. Once I settled down and started rolling through the corners I looked up in my mirror and I started checking away. Trying to stay clam in a situation like that really tested me tonight.” — By Joe Grabianowski COMP CAMS Mini Stock Feature (20 laps) — 1. 13p-Brayden Pruitt [4]; 2. 117-Matt Gilbert [5]; 3. O3-Damien Bryant [16]; 4. 97-Casey Towell [20]; 5. 8T-Rod Tucker [23]; 6. 30-Larry Housley [19]; 7. T2-Travis Sharpe [21]; 8. 8-Dustin Bolin [15]; 9. 10c-Carl Currin [18]; 10. 12-Jason Dickerson [26]; 11. B18-Aaron Weed [8]; 12. 12b-Pete Brew [7]; 13. 71-Dennis Kirk [24]; 14. OO-Cody Ussery [17]; 15. 96X-Tyler Riddle [14]; 16. 115A-Patrick Arch [13]; 17. 43-Sparks Parris [6]; 18. 2r-Johnny Raines [12]; 19. 208-Richard Kolb [25]; 20. 22C-Terry Caples [1]; 21. 10-Logan Pritchett [9]; 22. O7B-Nicholas Broome [2]; 23. X-Kevin Cooper [10]; 24. 97M-Jamie Mattison [11]; 25. O4w-Phillip Wilson [22]; 26. 19-Travis Mosley [3]; KSE Hard Charger Award: 8T-Rod Tucker[+18]. DIRTVision Hornets: Five Features. More than 70 DIRTVision Hornets between them. And five different Feature winner that produced edge-of-your-seat action. Race fans at the DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Saturday night were treated to a plethora of intense racing between the win hungry Hornets. TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE SITUATION — The initial Feature of the night stopped everyone’s heart on the first lap with No. 94 of Justin Stephens getting airborne and barrel rolling several times in turn two. He climbed out of the car with the applause from the crowd and once his car was cleared from the track the action only increased. Andrew Smith, in the No. 162, Eric Boozel, in the No. 265 and Jonathan Sarratt, in the No. 311, used up every inch of the 4/10-mile track, going three-wide in the opening laps. Boozel pulled to the lead with Sarratt close behind. A few laps latter Sarratt looked to take the lead but had an issue and pulled off track. Then Smith found grip and charged his way by Boozel for the lead. The Pooler, Ga. driver was on his way to the victory before he and Boozel both had an issue that took Smith out of the race and caused Boozel to lose positions. Their misfortune gave Paul Clayton, who was lurking behind them, the lead and he took advantage of it by holding on to win. “I would have never thought it,” an elated Clayton said about winning. “That’s some of the best there are out there. They’re good.” DOMINATING FASHION — The second Feature of the night saw Eddie McGrew, in the No. 4M, dart to the lead from second at the start of the race and run away with the lead. Reid Christensen, in the No. 30, never let McGrew out of his sight but didn’t have the car to catch him. A caution with three laps to go gave Christensen a final shot at McGrew. However, McGrew was still too strong. He picked up his second win in-a-row at Charlotte. “I love it,” McGrew said. “Should have been three in-a-row. The first time we came here we broke on the white flag. Last year we come down we won. This year we come down and we won. I love this place.” PATIENCE PAYS OFF — Tight racing for the lead returned in the third Feature of the night with leaders John Windham, in the No. 65 and Chase Webb, in the number 11$, fighting tooth and nail. Windham pulled away to the lead with Webb close behind. On Lap 7, Webb got a run around the high side and looked to the outside of Windham, but the Lake City, Fla. driver closed the door before Webb could sneak alongside him. Webb stayed on Windham’s tail, not letting him out of his sight. Waiting to build another run or for Windham to make a mistake. After the halfway point of the 15-lap Feature, Webb’s patience paid off. Windham had a motor issue and fell out of the race. The race was now Webb’s to lose and Brad Cross, in the No. 20, tried to help him lose it. He kept the pressure on him in the final five laps, but Webb was able to hold the top spot and get the win. “Man, we’ve come down here four years in-a-row and been the fastest qualifier every year,” said Webb of Shelby, N.C. “This is a special car. It’s really good. I kind of laid back and took my time.” NEVER LIFT — The start of the fourth DIRTVision Hornets Feature saw Webb pick up where he left off by jumping to the lead. However, a caution on the first lap hinder his jump he got on the field at the start. Then Webb overshot his entry into the first corner on the restart, jumped the cushion and handed the lead to Jonathan Sarratt, in the No. 311. Webb fell and eventually had to pull off track with an issue. Sarratt took the lead and ran with it, putting distance between him and second-place David Laney, in the No. 12L. While Laney tried to catch Sarratt, he had to defend his position from Joey Kelly, in the No. 88K, who charged his way from 12th to third in the first five laps. Laney and Kelly battled lap after lap for second with Sarratt pulling away with the win in front of them. However, the caution came out with three laps to go. Sarratt had a slow restart and Kelly was ready for it, darting by Laney and getting underneath Sarratt in turn one. Before their battle could continue much further the caution came out again. Kelly was eager to repeat his last restart. When the race resumed, Sarratt had another slow restart, allowing Laney and Kelly to get underneath. The trio went three-wide through the first corner for the lead. Laney edged ahead to take the lead with Kelly in pursuit behind him and Sarratt fading behind. With the white flag in the air Laney was in position to take the win. But then, without warning, Laney lost a front wheel and slid to the wall in turn two. Kelly hammered the throttle and powered to the lead and the win. Kelly, of Salem, S.C. said he hated to see the misfortune of his fellow competitors, but knew he had a good car he could drive to the front. His secret: “I held it wide open all the way to the end,” Kelly said. ADD PICKLES — When the final DIRTVision Hornets Feature went green Payne Pickles, in the No. 05 car, wasted no time in his quest for the lead, charging from fourth to the top spot in one lap. Eric Boozel, in the No. 265 car, didn’t let him get away, though. The McVeytown, Pa. driver ran Pickles down in the first four laps and looked to pass him before the red flag came out for a car flipping in turn three. When the race resumed, Boozel continued his relentless pursuit of Pickles. The two drivers favored the high side of the 4/10-mile track, never moving off it. Pickles battled a lose car through turn two, allowing Boozel to close on him down the backstretch. However, Boozel could never get a good enough run to attempt a pass. A caution for debris came out with two laps to go, setting up a green-white-checkered finish. It was no trouble for Pickles, though. He held of Boozel and picked up a satisfying victory. “It feels pretty good,” said Pickles, of Live Oak, Fla., about his victory. “After a long weekend with work and seven-hour drive, it feels good.” — By Nick Graziano DIRTVision Hornet Friday Feature #1 (15 laps) — 1. 911-Paul Clayton; 2. 2.O-Marc White; 3. O4-Daniel Moody; 4. 71-Justin Morgan; 5. 9C-Jay Tate; 6. 32B-Kris Bobo; 7. 389-Jonathan Gray; 8. 265-Eric Boozel; 9. 25J-Josh Whitfield; 10. 10-Kenny Long; 11. 27X-Joe Grant; 12. D2-Danny Tate; 13. 162-Andrew Smith; 14. 2C-Tyler Capps; 15. 95B-Jacob Bright; 16. 311-Jonathan Sarratt; 17. 64F-Travis Semple; 18. 2-Robert Cutshall; 19. 80-Dale Varner; 20. 94J-Robert Jette; 21. 94-Justin Stephens; 22. O-Bradley Griffey; DNS AOO-Andrew Rich; DNS 4J-Timothy Jennings. DIRTVision Hornet Friday Feature #2 (15 laps) — 1. 4m-Eddie McGrew; 2. 88K-Joey Kelly; 3. 21X-Shannon Barnhill; 4. 30-Reid Christensen; 5. 64-Rusty Garlock; 6. 89-Matthew Taylor; 7. 1-Brandon Spangler; 8. 42S-Michael Selig; 9. F1-Travis Lankford; 10. 21-Bron Rutledge; 11. 64B-Mike Budka, Jr.; 12. 888-Chris Martin; 13. T2-Bradley Williams; 14. 4-Daniel Wright; 15. 15C-Kenneth Colf; 16. 12C-Chris Canterbury; 17. 26-Michael Grant; 18. 11-Lane Spangler; 19. 2D-Daniel Tate; 20. O5-Payne Pickles; 21. 13B-Brandon Collins; 22. 88-Ricky Hill; 23. O4-Daniel Moody; DNS 12X-Joe Selig. DIRTVision Hornet Friday Feature #3 (15 laps) — 1. $11.00-Chase Webb; 2. 20-Brad Cross; 3. 15-Chris Anderson; 4. 12L-David Laney; 5. 42X-Dustin Cook; 6. 34-Dave Smoot; 7. 9T-Tyler McGhee; 8. 53-Jeff Jennings; 9. 28-Lindsey Jennings; 10. 18E-William Estep; 11. 13X-Travis Quesenberry; 12. 18-Kala Varner; 13. 71B-Chris Beacham; 14. 65-John Windham; 15. 35-Scott Cloninger; 16. 7-Marcus Locklear; 17. 912-John Williams; 18. OO-Anthony Varner; 19. 87-David Layton; 20. 221-Donavon Beacham; 21. 79-Brain Tate; 22. 912S-Zachary Slone; 23. 3b-Brad MCManus. DIRTVision Hornet Saturday Feature #1 (15 laps) — 1. 88K-Joey Kelly; 2. 30-Reid Christensen; 3. 311-Jonathan Sarratt; 4. 21X-Shannon Barnhill; 5. 42S-Michael Selig; 6. 4-Daniel Wright; 7. 9C-Jay Tate; 8. OO-Anthony Varner; 9. 42X-Dustin Cook; 10. 27X-Joe Grant; 11. 18E-William Estep; 12. D2-Danny Tate; 13. 12L-David Laney; 14. 1-Brandon Spangler; 15. 912S-Zachary Slone; 16. 15-Chris Anderson; 17. 25J-Josh Whitfield; 18. $11.00-Chase Webb; 19. 389-Jonathan Gray; 20. 2D-Daniel Tate; 21. 9T-Tyler McGhee; 22. 28-Lindsey Jennings; 23. 71B-Chris Beacham; 24. 94J-Robert Jette; DNS 162-Andrew Smith; DNS 35-Scott Cloninger; DNS 912-John Williams; DNS 94-Justin Stephens; DNS 3b-Brad MCManus; DNS AOO-Andrew Rich; DNS 64F-Travis Semple; DNS 64-Rusty Garlock; DNS 18-Kala Varner; DNS 18A-Roland Hinson; DNS 10-Kenny Long; DQ 32B-Kris Bobo. DIRTVision Hornet Saturday Feature #2 (15 laps) — 1. O5-Payne Pickles; 2. 265-Eric Boozel; 3. 4m-Eddie McGrew; 4. 2.O-Marc White; 5. 20-Brad Cross; 6. 2C-Tyler Capps; 7. 88-Ricky Hill; 8. 221-Donavon Beacham; 9. T2-Bradley Williams; 10. 71-Justin Morgan; 11. 89-Matthew Taylor; 12. F1-Travis Lankford; 13. 80-Dale Varner; 14. 2-Robert Cutshall; 15. 21-Bron Rutledge; 16. 212-Tanner Coggins; 17. 34-Dave Smoot; 18. 87-David Layton; 19. 53-Jeff Jennings; 20. 15C-Kenneth Colf; 21. 12C-Chris Canterbury; 22. 888-Chris Martin; 23. O-Bradley Griffey; 24. O4-Daniel Moody; 25. 911-Paul Clayton; 26. 7-Marcus Locklear; 27. 65-John Windham; 28. 64B-Mike Budka, Jr.; 29. 13B-Brandon Collins; 30. 4J-Timothy Jennings. ALL STAR INVITATIONALS: Four 15-lap All Star Invitationals capped off the night: Kevin Ridley, who had a heavy crash in the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified 30-lap Feature, stuck his No. 20X out front and never looked back. Ridley had to outrun a pair of excellent drivers in Kevin Root and Jessica Power. DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Series Champion Root also redeemed himself with a second place after finishing mid-pack early in the evening. DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Invitational — 1. 20X-Kevin Ridley; 2. 34-Kevin Root; 3. 42M-Derrick McGrew; 4. 52-Jessica Power; 5. 60-Jackson Gill; 6. 20K-Kyle Inman; 7. 56-Garrison Krentz; 8. 33-Richard Murtaugh; 9. 12G-Matthew Guererri; 10. 11T-Jeff Taylor; 11. 7H-Nicole Hoag; 12. 92-Andrew Buff; 13. 64-Tyler Corcoran; 14. 25-Matt Janczuk; 15. 42-Daryl Nutting; 16. O8-Jack Speshock; 17. 48A-Chris Corbett; 18. 18-Ryan MaCartney; 19. 22-Roddy Watts; 20. 20-Corey Cormier. A young driver named Scott Towslee wrecked hard in the 25-lap Feature earlier in the night. His team thrashed on the car to get it ready in time for the 15-lap RacerTents.com DIRTcar Pro Stock Invitational. It was a good thing he did because Towslee drove it to the front and won his first DIRTcar Pro Stock Series race. It was a hard-fought win as he was forced to fend off the Casey family behind him. Jay Casey, the 2019 DIRTcar Pro Stock Sportsman of the Year, settled for second with Jason Casey just behind. DIRTcar Pro Stock Invitational — 1. 23-Scott Towslee; 2. 322-Jay Casey; 3. 324-Jason Casey; 4. 29-Rick Duslak; 5. 8-Marc Lalonde; 6. 93JR-Robert Bublack; 7. 6C-Brian Carter; 8. 21-David Depaulo; 9. 4-Roch Aubin; 10. 48-Jocelyn Roy; 11. 2-Peter Stefanski; 12. 1X-Mike White; 13. 28-Burton Ward; 14. 715-Jason Morrison; 15. 2H-Luke Horning; DNS 8C-Sean Corr; DNS 7-Rob Yetman; DNS 93-Kenneth Martin Jr.; DNS 51-Jason Meltz. In the Pro Late Models, Matt Long charged out to the lead and held on to win. DIRTcar/SECA Pro Late Model Invitational — 1. 55-Matt Long; 2. T1-Timbo Mangum; 3. O8-Layton Sullivan; 4. 27H-Justin Hudspeth; 5. 78-Hank Taylor; 6. 32-Michael Brown; 7. 89-Timmie Harrelson; 8. 75-Brett Hamm; 9. OOJR-Rich Kuiken Jr.; 10. 23B-Billy Green; 11. 4-Jason Knowles; 12. 16-Daniel Allen; 13. 17J-Jeff Johnson; 14. 2-Ronald Geehring; 15. 23G-Corey Gordon; DNS 67-Bryan Mullis; DNS 6J-Jacob Brown; DNS 6B-Dillon Brown; DNS 88-Trent Ivey; DNS-17-Logan Roberson. Kyle Strickler and Nick Hoffman reversed their finishing positions from the UMP Modified Feature, with Strickler earning the win in the Invitational over Hoffman. DIRTcar UMP Modified Invitational — 1. 8-Kyle Strickler; 2. 2-Nick Hoffman; 3. 35-David Stremme; 4. 7T-Christian Thomas; 5. 71D-Dan Davis; 6. 25-Michael Corbin; 7. 97-Billy Workman, Jr.; 8. 8a-Austin Holcombe; 9. 43-Joshua Harris; 10. 84-Ryan Toole; 11. 55r-Alyssa Rowe; 12. 95J-Justin Cullum; 13. 45-Will Long; 14. 1-Jake Gibbons; 15. K19-Will Krup; 16. 17c-Coleman Evans; 17. 11-Troy Loomis; 18. 7D-Drake Troutman; DNS 96-Slade Parsons; DNS 21-Taylor Cook. SPECIAL AWARDS: An event as big as the DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship wouldn’t be possible without the help of its great sponsors. The DIRTcar Racing staff handed out a few prize packages courtesy of the division sponsors at Saturday’s drivers meeting, in addition to the “Longest Tow” awards and a raffle for a brand-new new engine: The DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship 2019 “Sportsman of the Year” Awards: DRIVEN Racing Oil Crate Sportsman: Devon Morgan – Greenville, SC COMP Cams Monster Mini Stocks: Dennis Kirk – Concord, NC Summit Racing Equipment UMP Modifieds: Coleman Evans – Mineral Wells, WV DIRTVision Front-Wheel Drives/Hornets: Reid Christensen FOX Racing SHOX DIRTcar/SECA Pro Late Models: Ron Geehring III – Monroe, NC Chevy Performance 602 Thunder Late Models: Mark Wilbanks – Lula, GA Hoosier Racing Tire Pro Modifieds: Kevin Pangrazio – Davidson, NC VP Racing Fuels DIRTcar Northeast Sportsman Modifieds: Mike Fowler – Fulton, NY RacerTents.com DIRTcar Northeast Pro Stocks: Jay Casey – Canaan, CT The Longest Tow Awards: Longest Tow (North): Jocelyn Roy – St. Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada Longest Tow (South): Clay Harris – Jupiter, FL Longest Tow (West): Kevin Weaver – Gibson City, IL The Chevrolet Performance 602 Crate Engine drawing winner was Rod Roberts of Jefferson, GA. LOOKING AHEAD: It’s never too early to start planning for the Fifth Annual DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship, which will be Oct. 29-30-31, 2020. For more information, detailed results and video highlights, click DIRTcar.com.
  19. Eco Stock Super Stocks Car # Name TOTAL Car # Name TOTAL 1 2 Doug Gibson 442 1 49 Brian Schneider 580 2 74 Mike Mecum 441 2 8 Brandon Gaither 578 3 72 Soren Rasmussen 409 3 44 Damon Bean 564 4 51 Brent Devoti 318 4 22 Corey Winne 554 5 3 Robert Gibson 308 5 39 Brandon Moeller 276 6 24 Will Planter 295 6 81 Brandon Spreen 198 7 50 Toby Taylor 199 7 92 Dillon Gaither 188 8 76 Brian Oneal 184 8 51 Cordell Seacrest 186 9 76 Josh Luper 92 9 14 Trent Beaver 98 10 4T4 Joshua Self 90 10 52 John Winne 96 11 7 Richard Fitch 88 11 39 Jim Blevins 92 12 88 Justin Sitterle 88 12 90 Brian Bell 92 13 56 Jacob Bond 86 13 51 Bubba Cope 88 14 33c David Finney 84 15 16 Cheyenne Cleveland 82 16 1 Ronnie Schoenfeldt 74 17 26 Wesley McCabe 9 18 36 Matt Lindley 7 Outlaws Car # Name TOTAL 1 7 Chris Schild 576 2 17 Robert Barker 484 3 96 Greg Davidson 470 4 69 Mike Pollaro 462 5 12 Kelly Reininger 460 6 71 Deed Dupont 444 7 25 JT Schild 376 8 92 Jake Kruger 178 9 70 Brian Benedict 178 10 79 Michael Villarreal 176 11 89 Dillon Spreen 100 12 89 Brandon Spreen 96 13 5 Chris Davidson 96 14 12 Mike Reininger 94 15 80 Ryan Luza 86 16 51 Brandon Bendele 84 Pro Modified Pro Truck Car # Name TOTAL Car # Name TOTAL 1 21 Jason Marshall 582 1 73 Jim Teague 572 2 5 Jake Kruger 570 2 13 David Webster 532 3 26 Bob Slezinsky 444 3 14 Michelle Reininger 518 4 13 Ian Webster 366 4 06 Dale Sheen 444 5 81 Christopher Hogan 364 5 75 Todd Roberts-McAvoy 442 6 45 Patrick Villarreal 320 6 48 Jake Wright 394 7 66 Logan Bearden 296 7 148 Max Calles 376 8 72 Johnny Walker 284 8 05 Brandon Leonard 360 9 31 Chase Schubert 272 9 7 Zoey Barker 328 10 54 Clayton Green 262 10 81 Dillon Spreen 298 11 99 Casey Smith 186 11 82 Anthony Monroe 258 12 7 Brian Otts 184 12 30 Memphis Villarreal 182 13 4 Michael Kourkoubes 178 13 12 Adam Haugh 180 14 38 Ed Fowler 174 14 96 Rick Pollaro 176 15 500 Jake Thomasson 166 15 45 Tobyahnah Grynewicz 164 16 70 Sonny Hunt 164 16 46 Tawakyah Grynewicz 162 17 112 Brandon Bendele 100 17 9 Logan Boyett 100 18 15 JC Umscheid 98 18 18 Jesse Salazar 92 19 8 DL Wilson 88 19 66 Troy Hensiek 90 20 0 Billy Becka 82 20 54 Grant Thompson 88 21 82 Michael Brown 82 21 51 JD Legg 86 22 911 Nathan Refro 78 22 05 Brandon Gaither 84 23 1 David Vincent 76 23 78 Matt Kaminski 78 24 480 Tovia Grynewicz 76 25 76 James Sousa 76 26 11 Shelby Huff 76
  20. Huge Car Count Turns Up Heat at DRIVEN World Short Track Championship Opener CONCORD, NC — Nov. 1, 2019 — More than 400 race cars across nine divisions took to The Dirt Track at Charlotte on Friday for the opening round of DIRTcar Racing’s Fourth Annual DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Championship. The day’s events included Qualifying and Heat Race action, setting the stage for Saturday’s Feature events. Saturday’s schedule has been flexed to an earlier start time, with pit gates opening at 9 a.m., spectator gates opening at 1 p.m. and racing slated to begin at 2 p.m. Competitors have converged on The Dirt Track at Charlotte from 18 different states plus Canada plus Australia. There was plenty of excitement to go around in each division on Friday: FOX Racing SHOX Pro Late Models: The FOX Racing SHOX Pro Late Model division was the second-most populated class at the event with 56 entries across three groups of timed Hot Lap sessions. Last year’s winner, “Downtown” Michael Brown, set fast time overall as part of Group A, while Justin Hudspeth topped Group B and Logan Roberson led Group C. The field was divided into six Heat races, only the winners going to Saturday’s redraw. Brown led every lap of Heat 1 and will certainly be a favorite to defend his title on Saturday, regardless of where he starts. Timmie Harrelson, of Reidsville, NC, took the checkers in Heat 2 while Timbo Mangum beat Hudspeth by over 2.6 seconds for the win in Heat 3. Layton Sullivan, of Gaffney, SC, grabbed the win in Heat 4, “Thugg Nasty” Logan Roberson took the win in Heat 5 and Dillon Brown got it done in Heat 6. Summit Racing Equipment UMP Modifieds: Forty-seven of the best DIRTcar UMP Modified drivers in the country took to The Dirt Track at Charlotte for their qualifying events, most of which were claimed by the big names on the roster. 2019 Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Champion Nick Hoffman, of Mooresville, NC, set fast time in Group A’s timed Hot Laps, while the “Highside Tickler” Kyle Strickler topped Group B. Hoffman dominated Heat 1 while Strickler did the same in Heat 3; expect both to be strong contenders for the win on Saturday. Taylor Cook got the win over David Stremme in Heat 2, both transferred to Saturday’s redraw. Heat 4 was claimed by Will Krup, who took Michael Tarlton with him to the redraw. VP Racing Fuels Sportsman Modifieds: There were 29 DIRTcar Sportsman Modifieds that traveled from the Northeast and packed Hot Laps, timed Hot Laps and Heat Races into Friday’s schedule. In Heat Race 1, Robert Bublak left his competition in the dust to pick up the checkered flag. Bublak is aiming to improve on last year’s ninth-place finish in the finale. Notable speedster Nicole Hoag took second. Both drivers are in the redraw. Hoag and her husband Alex are competing in the division this weekend together. Garrison Krentz, of Lockport, NY, mopped up Heat Race 2 for the victory. Young gun Tyler Corcoran finished second. Grentz and Corcoran join Bublak and Hoag in the Top 8 redraw. Last year’s DRIVEN Racing Oil World Short Track Champion Jackson Gil picked up where he left off with a Heat Race 3 win. Gil outdueled Jeff Taylor, who started on the pole. They move on to the Top 8 redraw as well. DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Series Champion and multi-Track Champion Kevin Root seemed to struggle in the Heat Race and finished in sixth, well out of the redraw. NAPA Super DIRT Week XLVIII Chevy Performance 75 Champion Kyle Inman launched to the front of Heat Race 4 and stayed there for the win. Corey Cormier crossed the line in second to jump into the Top 8 redraw. Jessica Power finished on the podium at The Dirt Track at Charlotte in 2018 but she was only able to muster a sixth in Heat Race action. She’ll have to come from the back of the pack to match or beat her 2018 effort. Hoosier Racing Tire Pro Modifieds: Brandon Umberger, of Rural Retreat, VA, showed muscle Friday night in his 12u car by setting the fastest time in Hot Laps, setting the fastest overall time in Qualifying and dominating his Heat race. Also showing speed by dominating their Heat races were Buck Stevens, in the No. 23 car, Kenny Peeples, in the No. 22p car and Jeff Parsons in the No. 44 car. The Hoosier Racing Tire Pro Modifieds have set themselves up for an action-packed Feature Saturday night. With Hot Laps, Qualifying and Heat racing out of the way, all that remains is a redraw and Last Chance Showdown to set the 26-car field for the $1,500-to-win Feature. RaceTents.com Pro Stocks: The RacerTents.com Pro Stocks unleashed their full-fendered frenzy on the red Carolina clay with Timed Hot laps and Heat Races. Nineteen Pro Stocks pounded the dirt in two Heat Races to set the stage for Saturday’s Championship Feature. Legend Robert Yetman showed the field how it’s done with a strong victory in Heat Race 1. Jason Meltz drove his stunning blue No. 51 RacerTents.com DIRTcar Pro Stock to second and into the Top 8 redraw. David Pepaulo and Jay Casey also qualified for the redraw. The excitement continued in Heat Race 2, which was taken by Luke Horning in the No. 2H Pro Stock. Big names filled out the rest of the redraw order including past Series Champion Jocelyn Roy, Series driver Brian Carter and Lebanon Valley regular Rick Duzlak. Chevrolet Performance 602 Late Models: The Chevy Performance 602 Late Model division was, essentially, a story of South Carolinian domination in the first night of qualifying events. Thirty-five drivers signed in for competition and took to the track for their timed Hot Lap sessions in two groups. Group A was led by Hopkins, SC’s Austin Mintz with a lap of 16.864, while David Smith, from Inman, SC, topped the charts with a lap of 16.936. As expected, heats went well for team South Carolina. Billy Rushton claimed victory in the first race and took runner-up Chase McCormick with him to Saturday’s redraw, but not before fast timer Mintz blew a left-rear tire while leading. Blake Dill and Michael Brown were the redraw cars from Heat two, David Smith and Colby Cannon in Heat three and Mike Davidson and Lee Gray (Rossville, GA) in Heat 4. DRIVEN Racing Oil Crate Sportsman: Every Heat race saw drivers not giving each other an inch, which led to multiple cautions. However, their fierce battles resulted in strong finishes. Ronnie Mosley, in the No. 9, raced side by side with Russell Williford, in the No. 14, for several laps in the opening 6-lap Heat race. Mosley eventually pulled ahead and took the win. In the second Heat race of the night Calob McLaughlin, in the No. 08, charged from fourth to the win. The third Heat race saw the No. 18c of Damon Crump, who set the fastest time overall in Qualifying, pull away from the field and lead every lap. Mitchell Duvall, in the No. 5d, did the same in the final Heat race of the night, setting up a competitive Feature on Saturday night for the Crate Sportsman. COMP CAMS Mini Stocks: Forty-nine COMP CAMS Mini-Stocks completed three rounds of Qualifying before time ran out on Friday’s program to complete their Heat Races, which will kick off the racing at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Pete Brew Jr., Nicholas Broome and Jamie Mattison were quickest in their respective groups, with Mattison quickest overall at 19.486 seconds around the four-tenths-mile dirt oval. DIRTVision Hornets: The largest division of cars in the event belongs to the DIRTVision Hornets, with 70 taking time in Qualifying out of 76 on the property. Friday night’s action reached its time limit before the DIRTVision Hornets could complete their Feature events. An additional Feature is being added to the schedule, giving them three Features following the Mini Stock Heat Races at 2 p.m. Saturday. The final two Hornet Features will take place later in the night after Mini Stock Feature. Drivers John Windham, in the No. 65 car, and Andrew Smith, in the No. 162 car, set themselves up as early favorites. Windham was fastest in Hot Laps and Smith was fastest overall in Qualifying — the only driver to break into the 19 second bracket. All Star Invitationals: Due to time constraints, the All Star Invitational events were moved to Saturday night following the Feature events.
  21. Scott Bogucki wins A Wild One at the VANKOR Texas Sprint Car Nationals by Bryan Hulbert FT. WORTH, Texas (November 1, 2019) When the dust settled on a slide job filled SawBlade.com A-Feature Friday night at the Texas Motor Speedway, Australia's Scott Bogucki capped off his 2019 season with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network with victory at Tony Stewart presents the VANKOR Texas Sprint Car Nationals. "This is unbelievable. I've got so many great people behind me with SawBlade.com, Scotty McDonald at Dissolvalloy, Lee with Ostrich Racing Engine - this is for them. We've been struggling lately, so before I went out Scotty's like hey, it's the end of the year, if you get it done let her rip but if you don't turn her over, I'll hit you with the four-wheeler. I didn't quite turn it over, but it was some fun," commented Bogucki with a chuckle, referencing his full-throttle donuts to celebrate his win. Taking the lead on Lap 3 from Brandon Hanks, Bogucki kept pace through several restarts with the No. 28 finally getting held up in slower traffic at the race's mid-point. With Tony Stewart in hot pursuit, the two drivers began going at it for the lead with Stewart wheeling his Rush Truck Centers No. 14 to the point on Lap 20. Trading lines and slide jobs through the next few laps, Bogucki regained the lead on Lap 23 as 18th starting, Aaron Reutzel, raced into the mix. On the battle with Tony for the point, Scott stated, "I knew he had a run. It's hard sometimes to tell when you're leading where to go, but it didn't look clean enough to have rubbered up down there. I don't know if he was diamonding the corner or what, all I knew was I had to make myself as wide as I could be, but it was a lot of fun getting to slide Tony like that." Using slower cars as picks with Stewart and Reutzel now in pursuit, Bogucki looked to have everything in hand. Rounding the final two turns, however, the cautions lights suddenly blinked on as McKenna Haase began helicoptering her No. 55 through turn-two with a pack of cars bearing down on her. Setting up a green, white, checkered finish, Bogucki was able to keep pace as Stewart and Reutzel began racing each other for the runner-up spot. Able to take the position, Aaron was too late to mount a charge as Scott Bogucki raced to his fourth career victory with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. Aaron Reutzel was the night's hard charger with 16 cars passed after having to race out of a B-Feature. Tony Stewart made up the night's podium with Blake Hahn coming up to finish fourth. Winning Thursday's prelim, Iowa's Terry McCarl capped the weekend with a fifth-place finish after a tough battle with Sammy Swindell who crossed the stipe sixth. Roger Crockett in seventh was followed by 2019 Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network Champion, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. Ninth went to Harli White with Matt Covington completing the top ten. A field of 39 drivers returned for the second night of Tony Stewart presents the VANKOR Texas Sprint Car Nationals. Five SCE Gaskets Heat Races went to Matt Juhl, Seth Bergman, Kevin Ramey, Brandon Hanks, and Danny Jennings. Hoosier Tire Qualifiers were won by Harli White, Tony Stewart, and Jordon Mallett. BMRS B-Features went to McKenna Haase and Aaron Reutzel. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. picked up his fourth championship in as many years and his second for Hills Racing. The 2019 Brodix National Rookie of the Year is El Paso's John Carney II. With the series 28th season of competition in the books, the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network would like to thank the teams, promoters, sponsors, and above all the fans who make this all possible. The schedule for the 2020 slate is in the works and is set to be released in December. For other news, notes, and information on the American Sprint Car Series, from the National Tour to any of the nine Regional Tours that make up ASCS Nation in 2019, log onto http://www.ascsracing.com, follow on Facebook, on Instagram, and Twitter (@LucasOilASCS). Race Results: Lucas Oil ASCS presented by MAVTV Texas Motor Speedway (Ft. Worth, Texas) VANKOR Texas Sprint Car Nationals - Night 2 Friday, November 1, 2019 Car Count: 39 Event Count: 40 SCE Gaskets Heat Races (Top 30 in Passing Points advance to Qualifiers) Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 09-Matt Juhl, [2]; 2. 28-Scott Bogucki, [6]; 3. 14-Jordon Mallett, [1]; 4. 22-Sean McClelland, [3]; 5. 21P-Robbie Price, [4]; 6. 9-Chase Randall, [8]; 7. 18J-R.J. Jacobs, [5]; 8. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr, [7] Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 23-Seth Bergman; 2. 2X-Tucker Doughty; 3. 95-Matt Covington; 4. 74B-Jake Bubak; 5. 44-Sammy Swindell; 6. 47X-Dylan Westbrook; 7. 44M-Chris Martin; 8. 11X-Tyler Courtney Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 79-Kevin Ramey, [1]; 2. 4-Terry McCarl, [3]; 3. J2-John Carney II, [8]; 4. 51-Aaron Reutzel, [6]; 5. 33C-Casey Carter, [5]; 6. 12W-Dale Wester, [4]; 7. 69-Larry Howery, [7]; 8. 33-Mike Merrell, [2] Heat 4 (8 Laps): 1. 84-Brandon Hanks, [2]; 2. 11-Roger Crockett, [3]; 3. 10-Landon Britt, [1]; 4. 17W-Harli White, [6]; 5. 8M-T.J. Michael, [4]; 6. 77X-Alex Hill, [5]; 7. 20G-Jake Greider, [8]; 8. 29-Ace McCarthy, [7] Heat 5 (8 Laps): 1. 1J-Danny Jennings, [2]; 2. 24D-Danny Sams III, [1]; 3. 14T-Tony Stewart, [4]; 4. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [5]; 5. 55-McKenna Haase, [3]; 6. 52-Blake Hahn, [7]; 7. 45X-Johnny Herrera, [6] Hoosier Tire Qualifiers (Top 16 in combined Passing Points advance to the A-Feature) Qualifier 1 (8 Laps): 1. 17W-Harli White, [1]; 2. 4-Terry McCarl, [3]; 3. 84-Brandon Hanks, [5]; 4. 24D-Danny Sams III, [2]; 5. 28-Scott Bogucki, [6]; 6. 55-McKenna Haase, [10]; 7. 79-Kevin Ramey, [4]; 8. 10-Landon Britt, [7]; 9. 8M-T.J. Michael, [9]; 10. 33C-Casey Carter, [8] Qualifier 2 (8 Laps): 1. 14T-Tony Stewart, [2]; 2. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [1]; 3. 11-Roger Crockett, [3]; 4. 11X-Tyler Courtney, [4]; 5. 22-Sean McClelland, [7]; 6. 44M-Chris Martin, [9]; 7. J2-John Carney II, [6]; 8. 1J-Danny Jennings, [5]; 9. 21P-Robbie Price, [8]; 10. 77X-Alex Hill, [10] Qualifier 3 (8 Laps): 1. 14-Jordon Mallett, [1]; 2. 44-Sammy Swindell, [3]; 3. 52-Blake Hahn, [9]; 4. 95-Matt Covington, [4]; 5. 23-Seth Bergman, [5]; 6. 51-Aaron Reutzel, [2]; 7. 74B-Jake Bubak, [8]; 8. 09-Matt Juhl, [6]; 9. 9-Chase Randall, [7]; 10. 20G-Jake Greider, [10] BMRS B-Feature (Top 6 advance to the A-Feature) B Feature 1 (12 Laps): 1. 55-McKenna Haase, [1]; 2. 74B-Jake Bubak, [4]; 3. 44M-Chris Martin, [3]; 4. 9-Chase Randall, [5]; 5. 21P-Robbie Price, [6]; 6. 45X-Johnny Herrera, [9]; 7. 09-Matt Juhl, [2]; 8. 77X-Alex Hill, [7]; 9. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [10]; 10. 12W-Dale Wester, [8]; 11. 29-Ace McCarthy, [11]; 12. 33-Mike Merrell, [12] B Feature 2 (12 Laps): 1. 51-Aaron Reutzel, [3]; 2. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, [11]; 3. 79-Kevin Ramey, [1]; 4. 1J-Danny Jennings, [2]; 5. 8M-T.J. Michael, [5]; 6. 10-Landon Britt, [4]; 7. 12H-Tony Bruce Jr, [10]; 8. 20G-Jake Greider, [7]; 9. 18J-R.J. Jacobs, [9]; 10. 33C-Casey Carter, [6]; 11. 69-Larry Howery, [8] Sawblade.com A-Feature A Feature (30 Laps): 1. 28-Scott Bogucki, [5]; 2. 51-Aaron Reutzel, [18]; 3. 14T-Tony Stewart, [3]; 4. 52-Blake Hahn, [7]; 5. 4-Terry McCarl, [2]; 6. 44-Sammy Swindell, [4]; 7. 11-Roger Crockett, [8]; 8. 15H-Sam Hafertepe Jr, [12]; 9. 17W-Harli White, [6]; 10. 95-Matt Covington, [11]; 11. 74B-Jake Bubak, [19]; 12. 84-Brandon Hanks, [1]; 13. 44M-Chris Martin, [21]; 14. 47X-Dylan Westbrook, [20]; 15. 24D-Danny Sams III, [15]; 16. 55-McKenna Haase, [17]; 17. 79-Kevin Ramey, [22]; 18. 33C-Casey Carter, [25]; 19. 11X-Tyler Courtney, [10]; 20. 14-Jordon Mallett, [9]; 21. 2X-Tucker Doughty, [24]; 22. J2-John Carney II, [14]; 23. 23-Seth Bergman, [13]; 24. 22-Sean McClelland, [16]; 25. 21P-Robbie Price, [23] Lap Leader(s): Brandon Hanks 1-2; Tony Stewart 20-22; Scott Bogucki 3-19, 23-30 Hard Charger: Aaron Reutzel+16 High Point Driver: Brandon Hanks Provisional(s): Robbie Price (Points); Tucker Doughty (Points); Casey Carter (Regional) 2019 National Tour Driver Standings (Top 15 - Final): 1. Sam Hafertepe, Jr. 4,470; 2. Blake Hahn 4,381; 3. Roger Crockett 4,163; 4. Matt Covington 4,077; 5. Scott Bogucki 4,031; 6. John Carney II 3,962; 7. Harli White 3,732; 8. Robbie Price 3,679; 9. Jordon Mallett 3,602; 10. Tucker Doughty 3,286; 11. Alex Hill 3,189; 12. Seth Bergman 1,795; 13. Dylan Westbrook 1,540; 14. Jamie Ball 1,163; 15. Tony Bruce, Jr. 1,158; 2019 Race Winners: Sam Hafertepe, Jr. - 10 (5/17 - I-96 Speedway; 5/18 - I-96 Speedway; 5/25 - Lake Ozark Speedway; 6/5 - Lawton Speedway; 6/8 - Salina Speedway; 7/12 - Gallatin Speedway; 7/19 - Big Sky Speedway; 9/1 - Lake Ozark Speedway; 10/12 - Creek County Speedway; 10/18 - Devil's Bowl Speedway); Blake Hahn - 5 (6/20 - Skagit Speedway; 7/20 - Big Sky Speedway; 8/30 - 34 Raceway; 9/19 - Lucas Oil Speedway; 9/21 - Lucas Oil Speedway); Scott Bogucki - 3 (6/14 - Brown County Speedway; 6/15 - Black Hills Speedway; 11/1 - Texas Motor Speedway); Robbie Price - 2 (6/22 - Skagit Speedway; 8/31 - Lake Ozark Speedway); Thomas Kennedy - 2 (4/25 - Eagle Raceway, 4/26 - U.S. 36 Raceway); James McFadden - 2 (8/2 - Knoxville Raceway; 8/3 - Knoxville Raceway); Roger Crockett - 2 (6/21 - Skagit Speedway; 10/19 - Devil's Bowl Speedway); John Carney II - 1 (5/26 - Lake Ozark Speedway); Travis Rilat - 1 (6/4 - Devil's Bowl Speedway); Devon Borden - 1 (6/28 - Grays Harbor Raceway); Matt Covington - 1 (6/29 - Grays Harbor Raceway); Ryan Giles - 1 (8/1 - Knoxville Raceway); Wayne Johnson - 1 (8/6 - Southern Iowa Speedway); Josh Baughman - 1 (9/20 - Lucas Oil Speedway); Terry McCarl - 1 (10/31 - Texas Motor Speedway); Weather-Related Cancellations - 11: Devil's Bowl Speedway (3/15 and 3/16); Williams Grove Speedway (5/3); Selinsgrove Speedway (5/4); Lakeside Speedway (5/9); I-30 Speedway (5/11); Route 66 Motor Speedway (6/1); Creek County Speedway (6/6); Gallatin Speedway (7/13); Riverside International Speedway (8/24); Creek County Speedway (10/11); ASCS Online: American Sprint Car Series: http://www.ascsracing.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/lucasoilascs Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/lucasoilascs (@lucasoilascs) Instagram: LucasOilASCS Video Broadcast: http://www.racinboys.com Live-Scoring (Where Applicable): MRP Live ASCS National Tour Drivers Online: Seth Bergman (Snohomish, WA.): http://www.sethbergmanracing.com Scott Bogucki (McLaren Vale, S. Aust.): https://www.facebook.com/ScottBogucki89 John Carney II (El Paso, TX): https://www.facebook.com/JohnCarneyRacing Matt Covington (Glenpool, OK): http://www.mattcovingtonracing.com Roger Crockett (Broken Arrow, OK): http://www.rocketdesignsllc.com Tucker Doughty (Rockwall, TX): https://twitter.com/tuckerdoughty Sam Hafertepe, Jr. (Sunnyvale, TX): http://www.sam15.com Blake Hahn (Sapulpa, OK): http://www.blakehahnracing.com Alex Hill (Six Nations, Ontario, Can.): https://twitter.com/alexhill77x Jordon Mallett (Greenbrier, AR): https://www.facebook.com/jordonmallettmotorsports Robbie Price (Cobble Hill, BC, Can.): http://www.bdsmotorsportsllc.com Harli White (Lindsay, OK): http://www.harliwhiteracing.net
  22. Official 2019 IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car National Point Standings – 1. Kenneth Duke, Selinsgrove, Pa., 802; 2. Scott Lutz, Jonestown, Pa., 791; 3. Billy Johnson, St. Peter, Minn., 778; 4. Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., 772; 5. Mike Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 758; 6. Jake Martens, Fairview, Okla., 754; 7. Zach Newlin, Millerstown, Pa., 746 (4 40-point finishes); 8. Brett Allen, Gaylord, Minn., 746 (1 40-point finish); 9. Colin Smith, Sheldon, Iowa, 739; 10. Drew Ritchey, Everett, Pa., 737 (7 40-point finishes); 11. Mike Moore, Des Moines, Iowa, 737 (1 40-point finish); 12. Ryan Lynn, Hollidaysburg, Pa., 725; 13. Brandon Allen, St. Peter, Minn., 718; 14. Javen Ostermann, Courtland, Minn., 713; 15. Jacob Gomola, Seneca, Pa., 709; 16. Stuart Snyder, Lincoln, Neb., 702 (2 40-point finishes and 2 39-point finishes); 17. Trey Burke, League City, Texas, 702 (2 40-point finishes and 1 39-point finish); 18. Adam Gullion, Lincoln, Neb., 702 (1 40-point finish and 5 39-point finishes); 19. Douglas Dodson, Middletown, Pa., 702 (1 40-point finish and 4 39-point finishes); 20. Trevor Grossenbacher, Bennet, Neb., 697. E3 Spark Plugs State Point Standings California – 1. Grant Champlin, Hanford, Calif., 579; 2. Michael Pombo, Easton, Calif., 574; 3. Rob Solomon, Fresno, Calif., and Mauro Simone, Fresno, Calif., both 496; 5. Brooklyn Holland, Fresno, Calif., 481; 6. Lance Jackson, Kingsburg, Calif., 449; 7. Kyle Rasmussen, Clovis, Calif., 419; 8. Ryan Delisle, Fresno, Calif., 389; 9. Brandon Emmett, Caruthers, Calif., 367; 10. Philip Heynen, Visalia, Calif., 301. Indiana – 1. Anton Hernandez, Arlington, Texas, 500; 2. Ethan Barrow, Bloomington, Ind., 498; 3. Andy Bradley, Bloomington, Ind., 488; 4. Bradley Sterrett, Bloomington, Ind., 475; 5. Scott Bradley, Bloomington, Ind., 434; 6. Aaron "A.J." Carlson, Linden, Ind., 401; 7. Rod Henning, Middletown, Ohio, 395; 8. Jordan Welch, Clayton, Ind., 393; 9. Alex Nalon, Pittsboro, Ind., 381; 10. Ryan Tusing, Santa Claus, Ind., 369. Iowa – 1. Mike Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 524; 2. Tyler Thompson, Des Moines, Iowa, 477; 3. Mike Moore, Des Moines, Iowa, 404; 4. Joel Thorpe, Urbandale, Iowa, 378; 5. D.J. Palmer, Des Moines, Iowa, 346; 6. Ryan Navratil, Des Moines, Iowa, 335; 7. Val Urman, Urbandale, Iowa, 243; 8. Jake Greenwood, Woodward, Iowa, 215; 9. Brian Efkamp, Boone, Iowa, 204; 10. Kade Higday, Pleasant Hill, Iowa, 195. Kansas – 1. Zach Blurton, Quinter, Kan., 551; 2. Jeremy Huish, Jetmore, Kan., 477; 3. Ty Williams, Arcadia, Okla., 460; 4. Jake Martens, Fairview, Okla., 450; 5. Kyler Johnson, Quinter, Kan., 411; 6. Jerad Werner, Codell, Kan., 342; 7. Steven Richardson, Liberal, Kan., 337; 8. Luke Cranston, Holcomb, Kan., 326; 9. Jake Bubak, Arvada, Colo., 318; 10. Tracey Hill, Liberal, Kan., 317. Louisiana – 1. Johnny Brown, Mauriceville, Texas, 136; 2. Jerry "Butch" David, Geismar, La., 133; 3. Tommy Hall, Natchitoches, La., 122; 4. Tyler Harris, Vidor, Texas, 108; 5. Rod Craddock, Alvin, Texas, 107; 6. Jacob Harris, Vidor, Texas, 101; 7. Todd Bliss, Baton Rouge, La., 94; 8. Thomas Johnson, Deridder, La., 93; 9. Caleb Padgett, Madisonville, Texas, 75; 10. Kent Lewis Sr., Willis, Texas, 69. Maryland – 1. Scott Lutz, Jonestown, Pa., 250; 2. Ryan Lynn, Hollidaysburg, Pa., 244; 3. Bradley Mellott, Pigeon Cove Rd, Pa., 219; 4. Reed Thompson, Petersburg, Pa., 184; 5. Ron Aurand, Lewistown, Pa., 175; 6. Drew Ritchey, Everett, Pa., 167; 7. Christian Rumsey, Middletown, N.Y., 148; 8. Kenneth Duke, Selinsgrove, Pa., 145; 9. Zach Newlin, Millerstown, Pa., 142; 10. Jonathon J. Jones, Irvona, Pa., 140. Minnesota – 1. Billy Johnson, St. Peter, Minn., 896; 2. Javen Ostermann, Courtland, Minn., 868; 3. Brett Allen, Gaylord, Minn., 825; 4. Brandon Allen, St. Peter, Minn., 754; 5. Michael Stien, Ceylon, Minn., 729; 6. Jeremy Schultz, Stewart, Minn., 556; 7. Zach Glaser, Cleveland, Minn., 487; 8. Trevor Serbus, Olivia, Minn., 480; 9. Jesse Cripe, South Haven, Minn., 471; 10. Colin Smith, Sheldon, Iowa, 447. Missouri – 1. Kenny Potter, Harrisonville, Mo., 471; 2. Jack Potter, Lees Summit, Mo., 467; 3. Mike Moore, Des Moines, Iowa, 417; 4. Mike Houseman, Des Moines, Iowa, 277; 5. Matt Richards, Lincoln, Neb., 250; 6. James Kinder, Iberia, Mo., 204; 7. Kaitlyn Boland, Columbia, Mo., 192; 8. Toby Chapman, Panama, Neb., 172; 9. Matt Fair, O Fallon, Mo., 157; 10. Austin Couch, Agency, Mo., 121. Nebraska – 1. Stuart Snyder, Lincoln, Neb., 636; 2. Adam Gullion, Lincoln, Neb., 634; 3. Toby Chapman, Panama, Neb., 585; 4. Trevor Grossenbacher, Bennet, Neb., 582; 5. Josh Riggins, Lincoln, Neb., 570; 6. Mike Boston, Lincoln, Neb., 556; 7. Ryan King, Bennet, Neb., 524; 8. Tyler Drueke, Eagle, Neb., 515; 9. Clint Benson, Papillion, Neb., 503; 10. Chase Weiler, Lincoln, Neb., 493. New Jersey – 1. Richard Dieva, Berlin, N.J., 289; 2. Rick Stief, Garnet Valley, Pa., 288; 3. Jason Dunn, Hamilton, N.J., 271; 4. Eddie Wagner III, Newfield, N.J., 269; 5. Tim S. Tanner Jr., Warminster, Pa., 255; 6. Tom Carberry, Hopewell, N.J., 245; 7. Larry McVay, Bordentown, N.J., 238; 8. Scott Frack, Gilbertsville, Pa., 212; 9. Marie McVay, Woodbury Heights, N.J., 196; 10. Logan Diehl, Sellersville, Pa., 183. North Carolina – 1. Jacob Karklin, Waxhaw, N.C., 337; 2. John Karklin, Monroe, N.C., 329; 3. Brandon McLain, Indian Trail, N.C., 316; 4. Sean Vardell, Taylorsville, N.C., 267; 5. Benjamin McCall, Fayetteville, N.C., 254; 6. Frank Peters, Concord, N.C., 244; 7. Mike Sellers, Summerville, S.C., 229; 8. George Blaney, Concord, N.C., 208; 9. Chaz Woodward, Statesville, N.C., 202; 10. Steve Surniak, Mooresville, N.C., 199. Ohio – 1. Jacob Stickle, Xenia, Ohio, 466; 2. Tyler Hesson, Richwood, Ohio, 436; 3. Lewie Christian, West Jefferson, Ohio, 429; 4. Kyle Kruger, Frankfort, Ohio, 419; 5. Chad Hyatt, Ashville, Ohio, 320; 6. John Starr, Hillsboro, Ohio, 296; 7. Jay Dunaway, Oak Hill, Ohio, 283; 8. Dustin Hammond, Springfield, Ohio, 210; 9. Cameron Hague, Warsaw, Ohio, 198; 10. Justin Clark, Hamersville, Ohio, 193. Oklahoma ­– 1. Alison Slaton, Edmond, Okla., 458; 2. Jeremy Allen, Blanchard, Okla., 426; 3. Morgan Fletcher, Lawton, Okla., 417; 4. Gary Owens, Pauls Valley, Okla., 393; 5. Duane Baker, Chickasha, Okla., 356; 6. Josh Toho, Hinton, Okla., 344; 7. Tanner Conn, Oklahoma City, Okla., 325; 8. Shawn Bloomquist, Indiahoma, Okla., 317; 9. Blake Scott, Pauls Valley, Okla., 302; 10. Brady Courtney, Carnegie, Okla., 295. Pennsylvania – 1. Kenneth Duke, Selinsgrove, Pa., 1,095; 2. Scott Lutz, Jonestown, Pa., 887; 3. Dylan Proctor, Beech Creek, Pa., 875; 4. Zach Newlin, Millerstown, Pa., 868; 5. John Walp, Wapwallopen, Pa., 834; 6. Ryan Lynn, Hollidaysburg, Pa., 773; 7. Douglas Dodson, Middletown, Pa., 758; 8. Jake Frye, Lewisberry, Pa., 749; 9. Devin Adams, Lebanon, Pa., 727; 10. Jacob Gomola, Seneca, Pa., 726. South Carolina – 1. Brandon McLain, Indian Trail, N.C., 117; 2. Steve Surniak, Mooresville, N.C., 116; 3. Jacob Karklin, Waxhaw, N.C., 112; 4. John Karklin, Monroe, N.C., 108; 5. Frank Peters, Concord, N.C., 102; 6. Sean Vardell, Taylorsville, N.C., 96; 7. Benjamin McCall, Fayetteville, N.C., 95; 8. Terry Peters, Mooresville, N.C., 94; 9. Mike Sellers, Summerville, S.C., 87; 10. Shawn Mott, Rockwell, N.C., 70. South Dakota – 1. Tim Fricke, Lincoln, Neb., 352; 2. Colin Smith, Sheldon, Iowa, 348; 3. Jesse Lindberg, Sioux Falls, S.D., 303; 4. Daniel Nekolite, Oneill, Neb., 284; 5. John Lambertz, Sioux Falls, S.D., 273; 6. Brant O'Banion, Viborg, S.D., 263; 7. Aaron Guillaume, Sioux City, Iowa, 259; 8. Trefer Waller, Oneill, Neb., 230; 9. Brandon Stevenson, Holstein, Iowa, 225; 10. Elliot Amdahl, Flandreau, S.D., 219. Texas – 1. Mike Oliver, San Antonio, Texas, 731; 2. Trey Burke, League City, Texas, 624; 3. Jesse "Chip" Graham, Lewisville, Texas, 521; 4. Kevin Ramey, Fort Worth, Texas, 506; 5. Rod Craddock, Alvin, Texas, 472; 6. Jacob Harris, Vidor, Texas, 467; 7. Colby Stubblefield, Seagoville, Texas, 456; 8. Robert Vetter, Wolfe City, Texas, 452; 9. Tyler Harris, Vidor, Texas, 449; 10. Chris Douglas, Amarillo, Texas, 446. Virginia – 1. Jerald Harris, Dayton, Va., 258; 2. Bill Rice, Schuyler, Va., 246; 3. Chris Ware, Williamsburg, Va., 235; 4. Charlie Ware, Hallieford, Va., 225; 5. Matt Mullins, Hampton, Va., 198; 6. Mike Leraas, Kernersville, N.C., 153; 7. Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C., 141; 8. Glenn Worrell, Powhatan, Va., 111; 9. Tom Humphries, Waynesboro, Va., 108; 10. Michael Keeton Jr., Doswell, Va., 106.
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