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  1. Josh Richards Scores Summer Nationals Win at Fayette County - The series returns to action on Saturday at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 BROWNSTOWN, Ill. - July 1, 2016 - Josh Richards battled Brian Shirley to score his first-career Summer Nationals victory on Friday night at Fayette County Speedway in Brownstown, Ill. Richards took the the quick time award earlier in the night and started the feature in third. Polesitter, Tyler Erb, coming off a career-best World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series finish at Rockford Speedway, came into the night with momentum. Erb led the field early, but it was Shirley and Richards who battled forward, both drivers swapping the lead on several occasions. Richards though edged past Shirley on lap 35 for the final time and built an insurmountable lead down the stretch. "It feels really good," Richards said. "These guys are extremely tough in this area and we're kind of outsiders coming in… It was fun to go out there and race side-by-side with Shirley." Series points leader Bobby Pierce rounded out the night in 14th. The DIRTcar Summer Nationals continues to roll Saturday night at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely, Mo. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summer Nationals Statistical Report; Fayette County Speedway; Brownstown, Ill. A-Main: 1. Josh Richards (Shinnston, WV), 2. Brian Shirley (Chatham, IL), 3. Frank Heckenast Jr (Frankfort, IL), 4. Billy Moyer (Batesville, AR), 5. Jason Feger (Bloomington, IL), 6. Steve Casebolt (Richmond, TN), 7. Tyler Erb (New Waverly, TX), 8. Chase Junghans (Manhattan, KS), 9. Tanner English (Benton, KY), 10. Ryan Unzicker (El Paso, IL), 11. Timothy Culp (Sheridan, AR), 12. Brandon Overton (Evans, GA), 13. Bob Gardner (East Peoria, IL), 14. Bobby Pierce (Oakwood, IL), 15. Gordy Gundaker (St Charles, MO), 16. Michael Kloos (Trenton, IL), 17. Tim Manville (Troy, IL), 18. Shane Clanton (Fayetteville, GA), 19. Rusty Griffaw (Festus, MO), 20. Shannon Babb (Moweaqua, IL), 21. Rodney Melvin (Benton, IL), 22. Billy Moyer Jr (Batesville, AR). Hard Charger: Jason Feger.
  2. Summer Nationals Rains Out at Springfield Raceway - Race will be rescheduled at a later date SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - June 30, 2016 - The DIRTcar Summer Nationals event at Springfield Raceway has been postponed due to heavy rain. The event will be rescheduled at a later date. The rain out is the third of the season for the Summer Nationals this season. The DIRTcar Summer Nationals continues to roll Friday night with a stop at Fayette County Speedway in Brownstown, Ill. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com.
  3. Bobby Pierce Returns to the Top with Belle-Clair Win - The series returns to action Thursday at Springfield Raceway BELLEVILLE, Ill. - June 30, 2016 - After rare bad luck at Clarksville Speedway on Tuesday night, Bobby Pierce rebounded on Wednesday to win at Belle-Clair Speedway and claim his sixth DIRTcar Summer Nationals victory of the season. Jason Feger looked to be the driver to beat early as he tried for his first Summer Nationals victory of the season. On the green, he jumped ahead of Ryan Unzicker. Through the opening laps, Unzicker tried to run down Feger and nearly had him when a caution flag flew. After the caution, Feger pulled away as Pierce battled into third and then began challenging Unzicker for second. Through traffic, the top three stayed tight and Pierce was able to take over second on lap 30. On a restart with 10 laps remaining, Pierce took his shot. Feger bobbled on the back straight and Pierce took the lead. "I was just kind of being patient, waiting for him to hopefully to do that," Pierce said. "And right when he did that, at the same time I had a heckuva run, and I just decided to take it right there, and luckily it paid off." Feger finished in second with Unzicker in third. The DIRTcar Summer Nationals continues to roll Thursday night with a stop at Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Mo. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summer Nationals Statistical Report; Belle-Clair Speedway; Belleville, Ill. A-Main: 1. Bobby Pierce (Oakwood, IL), 2. Jason Feger (Bloomington, IL), 3. Ryan Unzicker (El Paso, IL), 4. Rusty Griffaw (Festus, MO), 5. Shannon Babb (Moweaqua, IL), 6. Timothy Culp (Sheridan, AR), 7. Rodney Melvin (Benton, IL), 8. Rick Salter (Aviston, IL), 9. Gordy Gundaker (St Charles, MO), 10. Daryn Klein (Fairview Heights, IL), 11. Mike Hammerle (St Charles, MO), 12. Bob Gardner (East Peoria, IL), 13. Kyle Beard (Trumann, AR), 14. Greg Kimmons (Pleasant Plains, IL), 15. Brent Larson (Lake Elmo, MN), 16. Corey Ford (Belleville, IL), 17. Chad Zobrist (Highland, IL), 18. Adam Tischhauser (Mulberry Grove, IL), 19. Michael Kloos (Trenton, IL), 20. Mike Schulte (Summer Field, IL), 21. Myles Moos (Lincoln, IL), 22. Matt Taylor (Springfield, IL). Hard Charger: Timothy Culp.
  4. Josh Harris Claims Summit Modified National Win at Clarksville - The series rolls on to Belle Clair Speedway tonight CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. - June 28, 2016 - Josh Harris, of Utica, Ky., claimed the DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals victory Tuesday night at Clarksville (Tenn.) Speedway. Harris was on a roll through Tuesday's event, taking the fast time in his qualifying group and his Heat race win. Harris started the feature in third and powered past Lucas Lee and Levi Kissinger to take 25-lap feature win. It is the first Summer Nationals win for Harris this season. Lucas Lee and Trent Young rounded out the podium finishers. Tour points leader Nick Hoffman closed out the night in fifth. He leads Ray Bollinger in the series points, 413 to 253. The DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals returns to action on Wednesday at Belle Clair Speedway in Belleville, Ill. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summer Nationals Statistical Report; Clarksville Speedway; Clarksville, Tenn. A Main: 1. Josh Harris (Utica, KY), 2. Lucas Lee (Paris, TN), 3. Trent Young (Crofton, KY), 4. Shon Flanary (Church Hill, TN), 5. Nick Hoffman (Mooresville, NC), 6. Brian Markham (Princeton, KY), 7. Levi Kissinger (Mt Vernon, IN), 8. Michael Sabatino (Hopkinsville, KY), 9. Matt Markham (Fredonia, KY), 10. Brian Ashby (Cumberland Farm, TN), 11. John Clippinger (Evansville, IN), 12. Daniel Wadley (Herndon, KY), 13. Dustin Rollins (Princeton, KY), 14. Josh Holley (Cadic, KY), 15. Jeremy Sneed (Cedar Hill, TN), 16. David Mitchell (Robards, KY), 17. Michael Lee (Paris, TN), 18. Clayton Miller (Elkton, KY), 19. Clay Lane (Fort Branch, IN). Hard Charger: Josh Holley
  5. Chad Kinder Claims Summit Modified Nationals Win at Fairbury - The Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals returns to action Sunday at Tri-State Speedway FAIRBURY, Ill. - June 25, 2016 - Fairbury American Legion Speedway has been good to Chad Kinder during the DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals and Saturday night was not any different as he cruised to his first tour win of the season and second at the track in two seasons. Kinder started on the feature pole and had to contend with reigning Modified Nationals champion Mike Harrison and a hard-charging Justin Allgaier. Through the 25-lap feature though, Kinder held tough and claimed victory. The Newton, Ill.-native won the Modified Nationals feature at Fairbury in 2015 too. Nick Hoffman, who leads the Summit Modified Nationals points and has three-wins on the season, closed out the night with a ninth place finish. The DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals returns to action on Sunday at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Ind. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Statistical Report; Fairbury American Legion Speedway; Fairbury, Ill. A Main: 1. Chad Kinder (Newton, IL), 2. Justin Allgaier (Springfield, IL), 3. Mike Harrison (Highland, IL), 4. Jeffery Ledford (Pontiac, IL), 5. Jacob Poel (Spring Lake, MI), 6. Tyler Nicely (Owensboro, KY), 7. Lance Dehm (Chatsworth, IL), 8. Jay Ledford (Pontiac, IL), 9. Nick Hoffman (Mooresville, NC), 10. Ray Walsh (St Louis, MO), 11. Ray Bollinger (Kewanee, IL), 12. Travis Kohler (Morris, IL), 13. Jeff Curl (Fairbury, IL), 14. Phil Dixon (Crosby, TX), 15. Steven Brooks (New Lenox, IL), 16. Nathan Balensiefen (Sheffield, IL), 17. Vince Cooper (Morris, IL), 18. Brent Mullins (Litchfield, IL), 19. Mike McKinney (Plainfield, IL), 20. Tait Davenport (Benton, KY), 21. Tommy Duncan (Metamora, IL), 22. Brian Lynn (Mason City, IL). Hard Charger: Jeff Curl.
  6. Brandon Sheppard Earns Hard Fought Fairbury Win - Pierce continues to expand his Summer Nationals points lead FAIRBURY, Ill. - June 25, 2016 - It was not an easy win, but Brandon Sheppard held tough and fought back challenges Saturday night at Fairbury American Legion Speedway to claim his first Summer Nationals victory of the season. Sheppard started the feature on the outside pole with veteran Billy Moyer next to him. Moyer jumped out to an early lead. Sheppard got around him on lap three but Moyer battled back. He cruised through the next 20 laps with Sheppard glued to the high-side of the track and fighting to maintain his second place position, which he lost briefly at the midpoint of the feature. Sheppard found another opening on lap 26 and held the top spot for two laps but Moyer again battled back to the lead. This time, Shannon Babb was on the move and took the top spot from Moyer - but again, only briefly. On a lap 35 restart, Sheppard, who at that point was in fourth, blasted forward retaking third from Jimmy Mars, then second from Moyer. Using that high line, Sheppard then fought past Babb to retake the lead. It was smooth sailing to the end. "I knew I just had to hit my marks and not bobble," Sheppard said. "The cushion was like a one-foot brick wall all the way around the top. It was really hard. And the tire rule that we're on, my left-rear (tire) would die after about five laps and I'd just have to run sideways all the way around the corner and hope not to push, because my right-front wouldn't steer either. We just tried to hit our marks and keep everything together, and we did." Moyer finished second and Jimmy Mars in third. Bobby Pierce, who finished eighth, continues to hold a strong points lead over second place Mike Marlar. The DIRTcar Summer Nationals returns to action on Sunday at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Ind. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summer Nationals Statistical Report; Fairbury American Legion Speedway; Fairbury, Ill. A-Main: 1. Brandon Sheppard (New Berlin, IL), 2. Billy Moyer (Batesville, AR), 3. Jimmy Mars (Menomonie, WI), 4. Michael Kloos (Trenton, IL), 5. Joe Harlan (El Paso, IL), 6. Ryan Unzicker (El Paso, IL), 7. Kevin Weaver (Gibson City, IL), 8. Bobby Pierce (Oakwood, IL), 9. Mike Spatola (Manhattan, IL), 10. Derek Chandler (Pontiac, IL), 11. Scott Bull (Fairbury, IL), 12. Jay Morris (Watseka, IL), 13. Mike Marlar (Winfield, TN), 14. Bob Gardner (East Peoria, IL), 15. Scott Schmitt (Tonica, IL), 16. Jason Feger (Bloomington, IL), 17. Timothy Culp (Sheridan, AR), 18. Gordy Gundaker (St Charles, MO), 19. Ashley Newman (Rippley, TN), 20. Shannon Babb (Moweaqua, IL), 21. Brent Larson (Lake Elmo, MN), 22. Spencer Diercks (Davenport, IA). Hard Charger: Ryan Unzicker.
  7. Clayton Miller Scores Summit Modified Nationals Win at Tri-City - The Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals returns to action Saturday at Fairbury American Legion Speedway PONTOON BEACH, Ill. - June 24, 2016 - Clayton Miller, of Fredonia, Ky., cruised to his first DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals victory of the season. Miller was on a roll throughout Friday night's event as he cruised to a heat race win and started the feature on the outside pole next to Michael Long. Miller, who has been dominant at Clarksville Speedway this year, showed similar dominance at Tri-City as he jumped out to the lead early and led all 25-laps in the feature. Long finished second with reigning Summit Modified Nationals champion Mike Harrison in third, Ray Walsh in fourth and Nick Hoffman in fifth. The DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals returns to action on Saturday at Fairbury (Ill.) American Legion Speedway. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Statistical Report; Tri-City Speedway; Pontoon Beach, Ill. A Main: 1. Clayton Miller (Fredonia, KY); 2. Michael Long (Fowler, IL); 3. Mike Harrison (Highland, IL); 4. Ray Walsh (Saint Louis, MO); 5. Nick Hoffman (Mooresville, NC); 6. Rick Conoyer (Wentzvile, MO); 7. Levi Kissinger (Mount Vernon, IN); 8. Brent Mullins (Litchfield, IL); 9. Kenny Schrader (Concord, NC); 10. Trent Young (Crofton, KY); 11. Ray Bollinger (Kewanee, IL); 12. Lucas Lee (Paris, TN); 13. Chad Kinder (Newton, IL); 14. Phil Dixon (Crosby, TX); 15. Chris Smith (Highland, IL); 16. David Wietholder (Liberty, IL); 17. Tim Nash (Farmington, MO); 18. Gary Bentley (St. Charles, MO); 19. Tyler Nicely (Owensboro, KY); 20. Dean Hoffman (Troy, IL); 21. Rick Weitekamp (Springfield, IL); 22. Jordan Bauer (Highland, IL) DNS
  8. Bobby Pierce Battles Billy Moyer for Tri-City Win - Pierce adds to his Summer Nationals points lead PONTOON BEACH, Ill. - June 24, 2016 - Friday night's Summer Nationals feature at Tri-City Speedway played out very similarly to Cedar Lake as Billy Moyer and Bobby Pierce battled it out for the win. This time though the young gun, Pierce, got the better of the veteran, Moyer, to score his fourth Summer Nationals victory of the season. The two drivers started on the feature front row together and battled side-by-side through the opening laps. Pierce made his move for the lead on lap 10 and took it from the Hall of Famer. Pierce built up a strong lead through the remaining laps as Moyer worked to run him down, but, in the end, Moyer couldn't catch the 19-year-old Pierce. "You know, just growing up and watching Billy like that, I've always kind of wanted this race. You know, me and him - kind of just a duel match between me and him," Pierce said. "When we drew the front row together, I was like, 'all right, this could be my chance to race Billy, just me and and him,' and hopefully try to beat him." With his $10,000 feature win, Pierce continues to add to his series points lead and Heartland Tour weekly championship lead. Ryan Unzicker, Chris Simpson and Brandon Sheppard rounded out the top five at Tri-City. The DIRTcar Summer Nationals returns to action on Saturday at Fairbury (Ill.) American Legion Speedway. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summer Nationals Statistical Report; Tri-City Speedway; Pontoon Beach, Ill. A-Main: 1. Bobby Pierce (Oakwood, IL); 2. Billy Moyer (Batesville, AR); 3. Ryan Unzicker (El Paso, IL); 4. Chris Simpson (Oxford, IA); 5. Brandon Sheppard (Berlin, IL); 6. Jimmy Mars (Menomonie, WI); 7. Jason Feger (Bloomington, IL); 8. Tanner English (Benton, KY); 9. Ashley Newman (Ripley, TN); 10. Mike Marler (Winfield, TN); 11. Bob Gardner (Washington, IL); 12. Gordy Gundaker (St. Charles, MO); 13. Matt Furman (Iowa City, IA); 14. Tim Manville (Highland, IL); 15. Timothy Culp (Sheridan, AR); 16. Jeff Herzog (Herculaneum, MO); 17. Riley Hickman (Cleveland, TN); 18. Kolby Vandenbergh (Ashland, IL); 19. Billy Laycock (Marine, IL); 20. Jim Shereck (St. Charles, MO); 21. Dennis Erb, Jr. (Carpentersville, IL); 22. Rusty Griffaw (Festus, MO); 23. Michael Kloos (Trenton, IL); 24. Mike Hammerle (Saint Charles, MO); 25. Casey Montague (Troy, IL)
  9. Nick Hoffman Returns to Victory at Spoon River - The Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals returns to action Friday at Tri-City Speedway CANTON, Ill. - June 23, 2016 - Nick Hoffman continued to roll Thursday night at Spoon River Speedway as he claimed his third DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals victory of the season. Hoffman, from Mooresville, N.C., jumped out to an early lead over Brent Mullins in the feature. Through three cautions, Mullins, who had his hands full with Allen Weisser, tried to run down Hoffman but was unable to close the gap. Mullins finished second with Weisser in third, Kelly Kovski in fourth and Ray Bollinger in fifth. Nathan Balensiefen was the night's hard charger. In just four races so far this Modified Nationals season, Hoffman has won three. The Summit Racing DIRTcar Modified Nationals returns to action on Friday at Tri-City Speedway in Pontoon Beach, Ill. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Statistical Report; Spoon River Speedway; Canton, Ill. A-Main: 1. Nick Hoffman (Mooresville, NC), 2. Brent Mullins (Litchfield, IL), 3. Allen Weisser (Peoria, IL), 4. Kelly Kovski (Sherman, IL), 5. Ray Bollinger (Kewanee, IL), 6. Tyler Nicely (Owensboro, KY), 7. Mike Chasteen Jr (Creue Coeur, IL), 8. Chris Osborne Jr (East Peoria, IL), 9. Nathan Balensiefen (Sheffield, IL), 10. Phil Dixon (Crosby, TX), 11. Kyle Steele (Mapleton, IL), 12. Aaron Draege (Vandalia, IL), 13. Mark Ross (Havana, IL), 14. Todd Bates (Canton, IL), 15. Travis Shoulders (Green Castle, IN), 16. Rick Weitekamp (Springfield, IL), 17. Josh Allen (Trivoli, IL), 18. Zac Oedewaldt (Hanna City, IL), 19. Brian Lynn (Mason City, IL), 20. Zane Oedewaldt (Hanna City, IL), 21. Michael Long (Fowler, IL), 22. David Wietholder (Liberty, IL). Hard Charger: Nathan Balensiefen
  10. Dennis Erb Jr. Dominates Summer Nationals at Spoon River - Pierce adds to his Summer Nationals points lead CANTON, Ill. - June 23, 2016 - Dennis Erb Jr., fresh of his win at the Dirt Late Model Dream, came into Thursday night's DIRTcar Summer Nationals at Spoon River Speedway with the wind at his back and did it ever show. Erb cruised to a dominant victory over Billy Moyer and Bobby Pierce in the 50-lap feature and scored the $10,000 payday. "I didn't know if it was easy or not," Erb said. "The car was good and I didn't see anybody challenge me there. We were able just to get out front and I didn't feel no challenge, so I just kept driving my line." Erb started the feature on the pole and and easily pulled away from Moyer through the opening half of the feature. A caution flag flew on lap 28, but Erb maintained when the feature returned to green. Through traffic in the closing laps, Moyer tried to close the gap on Erb but was unable to make a move. The win was the 20th Summer Nationals victory of Erb's career. Pierce charged through the field and battled past Mike Marlar to finish in third. He added to his Summer Nationals points lead. The DIRTcar Summer Nationals returns to action on Friday at Tri-City Speedway in Pontoon Beach, Ill. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summer Nationals Statistical Report; Spoon River Speedway; Canton, Ill. A-Main: 1. Dennis Erb, Jr (Carpentersville, IL), 2. Billy Moyer (Batesville, AR), 3. Bobby Pierce (Oakwood, IL), 4. Mike Marlar (Winfield, TN), 5. Kevin Weaver (Gibson City, IL), 6. Brandon Sheppard (New Berlin, IL), 7. Jason Feger (Bloomington, IL), 8. Timothy Culp (Sheridan, AR), 9. Shannon Babb (Moweaqua, IL), 10. Chris Simpson (Oxford, IA), 11. Billy Drake (Lincoln, IL), 12. Taylor Scheffler (Waukesha, WI), 13. Gordy Gundaker (St Charles, MO), 14. Ryan Unzicker (El Paso, IL), 15. Justin Reed (Camp Point, IL), 16. Kolby Vandenbergh (Ashland, IL), 17. Austin Rettig (Sikeston, MO), 18. Brian Diveley (Springfield, IL), 19. Bob Gardner (East Peoria, IL), 20. Jim Moon (New Florence, MO), 21. Don Hammer (Clinton, IL), 22. Nick Bauman (New Berlin, IL). Hard Charger: Taylor Scheffler
  11. Ray Walsh Tops Modified Nationals Field at Jacksonville Speedway - Walsh is just the second driver in three events to win and scores his first ever on the tour JACKSONVILLE, Ill. - June 21, 2016 - Ray Walsh held off Michael Long to score his first ever DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals win at Jacksonville Speedway on Tuesday night. Walsh, a St. Louis-native, was on a roll throughout the night, scoring his heat race victory and starting on the outside pole. Through the feature, Walsh battled past Rick Conoyer and held off Long to pick up the win. He joins Nick Hoffman as the only other driver through three races with a Modified Nationals victory. Former Modified Nationals Champion Kenny Wallace scored the qualifying quick time earlier in the night. The Summit Racing DIRTcar Modified Nationals returns to action on Thursday, June 23 at Spoon River Speedway in Lewistown, Ill. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Statistical Report; Jacksonville Speedway; Jacksonville, Ill. A-Main: 1. Ray Walsh (St Louis, MO), 2. Michael Long (Fowler, IL), 3. Kenny Wallace (Concord, NC), 4. David Wietholder (Liberty, IL), 5. Allen Weisser (Peoria, IL), 6. Jeff Leka (Buffalo, IL), 7. Rick Conoyer (St Peters, MO), 8. Craig Kern (Vandalia, IL), 9. Kyle Byerline (Buffalo, IL), 10. Shawn Deering (Quincy, IL), 11. Brian Lynn (Mason City, IL), 12. Josh Allen (Trivoli, IL), 13. Ray Bollinger (Kewanee, IL), 14. Russ Coultas (Bluffs, IL), 15. Phil Dixon (Crosby, TX), 16. Charles Baker (Labelle, MO), 17. Wes Odell (Springfield, IL), 18. Jeff Curl (Fairbury, IL), 19. Steve Theivagt (Virginia, IL), 20. Ryan Blakeman (Jacksonville, IL), 21. Mike McKinney (Plainfield, IL), 22. Mike Harrison (Highland, IL),
  12. Rain Cancels Summer Nationals at Farley Speedway - Series returns to action on Thursday at Spoon River Speedway FARLEY, Iowa - June 22, 2016 - Rain has forced the cancellation of Wednesday's Summer Nationals event at Farley Speedway in Farley, Iowa. The race will not be rescheduled. The DIRTcar Summer Nationals returns to action on Thursday at Spoon River Speedway in Lewistown, Ill. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com.
  13. Bobby Pierce Continues to Roll with Jacksonville Win - Summer Nationals kicks off Heartland Tour week JACKSONVILLE, Ill. - June 21, 2016 - Bobby Pierce continued his Summer Nationals dominance Tuesday night at Jacksonville Speedway's ILMO Propane Wildman Kelly Classic as he battled Mike Marlar to score his third win so far this season. Pierce, the 19-year-old reigning Summer Nationals champion, came into the Heartland Tour kick off at Jacksonville after the first Monday break. After setting a new track record of 11.783 during qualifying, Pierce started the 40-lap feature in sixth with Marlar on the pole. Pierce very quickly powered through the field once the green flag fell and found his way around the leader Marlar on lap 14. Through the remaining laps, Pierce was in a class all his own as Marlar looked for some way to catch the No. 32. Just before a caution on lap 37, Pierce nearly had the entire field lapped, having caught the battle for third at that point. Pierce easily closed out the night with his second win in a row and third in five races. It was his 10th career Summer Nationals victory. "Man, it's starting off really good," Pierce said. "I just hope it keeps going." Marlar, who has consistently been up front through the still young Summer Nationals tour, closed out the night in second with Michael Kloos getting a hard fought third place finish. The DIRTcar Summer Nationals returns to action on Wednesday at Farley Speedway in Farley, Iowa. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summer Nationals Statistical Report; Jacksonville Speedway, Jacksonville, Ill. A-Main: 1. Bobby Pierce (Oakwood, IL) ($5,000), 2. Mike Marlar (Winfield, TN), 3. Michael Kloos (Trenton, IL), 4. Kevin Weaver (Gibson City, IL), 5. Shannon Babb (Moweaqua, IL), 6. Jason Feger (Bloomington, IL), 7. Dennis Erb, Jr (Carpentersville, IL), 8. Brian Diveley (Springfield, IL), 9. Chuck Mitchell (Jacksonville, IL), 10. Kolby Vandenbergh (Ashland, IL), 11. Greg Kimmons (Pleasant Plains, IL), 12. Brandon Sheppard (New Berlin, IL), 13. Mark Burgtorf (Quincy, IL), 14. Mike Hammerle (St Charles, MO), 15. Timothy Culp (Sheridan, AR), 16. Caleb Ashby (Cunningham, TN), 17. Don Hammer (Clinton, IL), 18. Bob Gardner (East Peoria, IL), 19. Ryan Unzicker (El Paso, IL), 20. Rodney Melvin (Benton, IL), 21. Gordy Gundaker (St Charles, MO), 22. Justin Reed (Camp Point, IL). Hard Charger: Jason Feger.
  14. Five Disqualified Following the Dirt Late Model Dream at Eldora Speedway CONCORD, N.C. - June 20, 2016 - DIRTcar Racing officials have disqualified five competitors following failed post-race inspections at the Dirt Late Model Dream at Eldora Speedway. Tire samples collected from the #B5 driven by Brandon Sheppard, #22 driven by Gregg Satterlee, #20 driven by Jimmy Owens, #33X driven by Ricky Thornton and #0 driven by Scott Bloomquist and tested by an independent laboratory did not meet established benchmarks in a chemical analysis. A total of 32 samples were taken throughout the weekend, June 9, 10 and 11, from participants. All five competitors were found to be in violation of rule 15.11-G and were fined in accordance with rule 11.1. Rule 15.11-G.) Chemical alterations, vulcanizing, tire softening, defacing and/or altering the face of the tire lettering and/or tire stamping will not be permitted. Chemicals or tire softening is not permitted at any time. Tires may be inspected at any time. Any violation with any tire presented for competition may result in immediate disqualification from the events and/or other penalties including but not limited to; loss of money, fine, loss of points and/or suspension. All five have been disqualified from the event, including the loss of all purse money and championship points earned during the event, fined $1,000 and penalized 1,000 DIRTcar Late Model points for the 2016 season. The total penalty, including loss of money, fine and the cost of the tire analysis was $19,630 for Sheppard, $4,655 for Satterlee, $7,630 for Owens, $10,930 for Thornton and $6,105 for Bloomquist. Each has been placed under a three-month suspension from all DIRTcar sanctioned events, which includes World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series competition, beginning June 11, 2016 and concluding Sept. 11, 2016 and will be under probation following the conclusion of the suspension for the remainder of the 2016 season. For more information on DIRTcar Racing and all DIRTcar UMP-sanctioned divisions, visit DIRTcar.com. For more information on Eldora Speedway, visit EldoraSpeedway.com.
  15. Billy Moyer Makes History with Summer Nationals Victory at Cedar Lake - Bobby Pierce battles back from mechanical issues to finish fourth NEW RICHMOND, Wis. - June 17, 2016 - Billy Moyer powered to victory lane at Cedar Lake Speedway on Friday night as he claimed his 91st career DIRTcar Summer Nationals victory and became the winningest driver in series history. Moyer, of Batesville, Ark., was the class of the field, leading flag-to-flag from the pole. The 58-year-old hall of famer held off Jason Krohn, who battled past Jason Rauen near the midway point of the feature. Krohn, who finished second, tried to run down Moyer late but was unable to close the distance. He scored his best ever Summer Nationals performance. Chris Simpson battled forward to finish in third. Bobby Pierce, the reigning Summer Nationals champion, claimed the win in the season opener at Kankakee County Speedway, but night two was not as easy. Mechanical issues sidelined him in his Heat race. After pulling down the backup, Pierce battled through the Last Chance Showdown to make the feature. Through the adversity of the night, he finished fourth. The Summer Nationals returns to action Saturday for the conclusion of the double-header at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summer Nationals Statistical Report; Cedar Lake Speedway, New Richmond, Wis. A-Main: 1. Billy Moyer (Batesville, AR) ($5,000), 2. Jason Krohn (Slayton, MN), 3. Chris Simpson (Oxford, IA), 4. Bobby Pierce (Oakwood, IL), 5. Jimmy Mars (Menomonie, WI), 6. Jason Feger (Bloomington, IL), 7. Rodney Sanders (Happy, TX), 8. Nick Anvelink (Bonduel, WI), 9. Mike Marlar (Winfield, TN), 10. Bob Gardner (East Peoria, IL), 11. Jordan Yaggy (Rochester, MN), 12. Mike Mullen (Suamico, WI), 13. Ricky Thornton Jr (Chandler, AZ), 14. Ryan Unzicker (El Paso, IL), 15. Lance Matthees (Winona, MN), 16. Allen Murray (San Antonio, TX), 17. Gordy Gundaker (St Charles, MO), 18. Brent Larson (Lake Elmo, MN), 19. Jason Rauen (Farley, IA), 20. Mike Spatola (Manhattan, IL), 21. Mike Fryer (Freeport, IL), 22. AJ Diemel (Elk Mound, WI), 23. Timothy Culp (Sheridan, AR), 24. Rodney Melvin (Benton, IL) 2016 DIRTcar Summer Nationals Schedule
  16. Bobby Pierce Fires Opening Shot in DIRTcar Summer Nationals at Kankakee County Speedway The Summer Nationals opens up a double-header Friday night at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis. KANKAKEE, Ill. - June 16, 2016 - Bobby Pierce, the reigning DIRTcar Summer Nationals champion, fired the opening shot of the grueling tour, scoring a hard fought win over Mike Marlar at Kankakee County (Ill.) Speedway on Thursday night. Pierce, a native of Oakwood, Ill. and son of legendary late model racer Bob Pierce, battled forward through the opening laps as Tanner English led. Mike Marlar battled past English on a restart while Pierce moved to second over English. World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series regular Frank Heckenast Jr. moved to the fourth position. By the halfway mark, the 19-year-old Pierce had cut Marlar's lead to half a second as Heckenast moved to third. Pierce continued to cut down the lead in the succeeding laps, ultimately taking the lead on a slider. Pierce and Marlar fought a two-lap battle but Pierce held the position and ultimately claimed the $5,000-to-win opener. "A lot of times you're searching for just one win throughout the tour, so to just get it out of the way as soon as possible is really cool," Pierce said. "Last year I won twice. The year before that I won only one. So starting off the year with a win is really good." The Summer Nationals returns to action Friday for the start of a double-header at Cedar Lake Speedway in New Richmond, Wis. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summer Nationals Statistical Report; Kankakee County Speedway, Kankakee, Ill. A-Main - 1. Bobby Pierce (Oakwood, IL) ($5,000), 2. Mike Marlar (Winfield, TN), 3. Frank Heckenast Jr (Frankfort, IL), 4. Mike Spatola (Manhattan, IL), 5. Jon Henry (Ada, OH), 6. Tanner English (Benton, KY), 7. Bob Gardner (East Peoria, IL), 8. Cody Mahoney (Hanover, IN), 9. Rodney Melvin (Benton, IL), 10. Shannon Babb (Moweaqua, IL), 11. Ryan Unzicker (El Paso, IL), 12. Gordy Gundaker (St Charles, MO), 13. Jay Morris (Watseka, IL), 14. Jason Feger (Bloomington, IL), 15. Timothy Culp (Sheridan, AR), 16. Billy Moyer Jr (Batesville, AR), 17. Kevin Weaver (Gibson City, IL), 18. Billy Hough (Thomasboro, IL), 19. Allen Murray (San Antonio, TX), 20. Glen Thompson (Buckingham, IL), 21. Billy Moyer (Batesville, AR), 22. Steve Thorsten (Milford, IL)
  17. Nick Hoffman Scores DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Opener at Kankakee County Speedway - The grueling summer schedule kicks off after a rain out at Brownstown on Wednesday KANKAKEE, Ill. - June 16, 2016 - Nick Hoffman dominated the season opener of the DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals at Kankakee (Ill.) County Speedway on Thursday night. Hoffman, a native of Mooresville, N.C., held off Mike McKinney and Kenny Wallace to score the first win of the 2016 Summit Modified Nationals season. It was just his second ever visit to the track and came after the season opener at Brownstown Speedway was rained out on Wednesday. Hoffman, who earlier this year claimed the DIRTcar Nationals Modified Week title, started the night on the pole, and held tough through the 25-lap feature as McKinney and Wallace put up a tough fight for the top spot. Hoffman hung tough through four cautions. McKinney and Wallace fought perhaps the toughest battle through the night, trading the second position several times with McKinney ultimately taking the second spot over Wallace. The Summit Racing DIRTcar Modified Nationals returns to action on Sunday, June 19 at the Terre Haute (Ind.) Action Track. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the lead up and the summer on the series' websites at TheHellTour.com and ModifiedNationals.com. DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Statistical Report; Kankakee County Speedway; Kankakee, Ill. A-Main: 1. Nick Hoffman (Mooresville, NC), 2. Mike McKinney (Plainfield, IL), 3. Kenny Wallace (Concord, NC), 4. Ray Bollinger (Kewanee, IL), 5. Brian Shaw (Robinson, IL), 6. Jeff Curl (Fairbury, IL), 7. Brent Mullins (Litchfield, IL), 8. Dan Hamstra (Wheatfield, IN), 9. Jacoby Hines (Trafolger, IN), 10. Nick Allen (Wheatfield, IN), 11. Zeke McKenzie (Claypool, IN), 12. Dane Tilstra (Onarga, IL), 13. Todd Sherman (Cherbusco, IN), 14. Adam Pockrus (Lowell, IN), 15. Rick Weitekamp (Springfield, IL), 16. Luke Gash (Chebanse, IL), 17. Brad DeYoung (Wheatfield, IN), 18. Bob Pohlman (Oaklawn, IL), 19. Joe Gillespie (Ashkum, IL), 20. Steven Brooks (New Lenox, IL), 21. Shawn Scripter (Manteno, IL), 22. Kevin Hastings (Kankakee, IL),
  18. Rain claims Summer Nationals Opener at Brownstown - Series resumes with Kankakee County Speedway on Thursday, June 16 An unfavorable forecast cancels the DIRTcar Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals opener Wednesday at Brownstown Speedway (Ind.). A forecast filled with potential showers ultimately forced track owner Jim Price and Series Director Sam Driggers to pull the plug on the inauguration race of the 2016 season. There will be no make-up date for the race. The 32nd "Hoosier Dirt Classic" and UMP Summer Nationals show was set to feature the UMP Late Models, with UMP Modifieds and Super Stocks on the 1/4-mile oval. Driggers expected a large field to kick-off the season of more than 40 cars. “We’re disappointed but for all the rain we got and the 50 percent forecast throughout the day, it was beyond our control,” Driggers said. “Being the first show, it’s always the travelling guys against the local guys, and it makes for a great show.” Racing carries on to Kankakee County Speedway (Ill.) Thursday, June 16. Hot laps are scheduled to start at 6:15 p.m. ET, with racing at 7:30 p.m. General admission tickets will be sold at the door for $20, and pit access for $40. Follow the Summer Nationals and Summit Modified Nationals on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/SummerNationals or on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/SummerNationals. Stay up-to-date with the latest news from the series throughout the summer on the series’ websites at www.TheHellTour.com and www.ModifiedNationals.com.
  19. Dennis Erb Jr. Captures The Dream at Eldora ROSSBURG, Ohio – June 11, 2016 – Dennis Erb Jr.’s voice grew shaky Saturday night in front of a packed house at Eldora Speedway. The crowd gave the Carpentersville, Ill. native a standing ovation after surviving a two-lap shootout to win his first crown-jeweled late model event, the Dirt Late Model Dream By Ferris Mowers. “How about that Illinois?” yelled Erb, dedicating the win to the Illinoisans who traveled the 300 miles to see him hopefully win. “My heart dropped coming out of that [turn four] corner. I didn’t know what was going to happen.” In a plethora of bone-chilling battles, Erb bought his time. When Jared Landers took the lead on lap four and Tim McCreadie moved into second position two laps later, Erb maintained more than a one-second buffer from fourth position to remain on the podium – something he accomplished for the entire race. “I just wanted to keep hitting my marks,” Erb said. Lap eight is when Erb began his prowl to the top with his No. 28 McBride Mack/ V.O. Mack Truck Sales Black Diamond machine. Two cautions took place during the lap, and in both McCreadie had a strong restart. The cautions regrouped the dispersing field and on lap 11, Erb overtook Landers to leave McCreadie as the only driver standing in his way. On lap 31, Erb accelerated up to McCreadie from the high-side. The two cars were parallel to each other, inches away from contact. Erb won his first battle while McCreadie slowly faded out of the picture; McCreadie suffered extensive left-rear body damage from a bumper-to-bumper exchange with Jonathan Davenport 13 laps later. Within those laps though, Erb had his second battle with eventual runner-up and Shinnston, W.V. native Josh Richards. Richards contending for the top spot on lap 34 was the first of many battles for the two wheelmen. Richards used the restart to accelerate his No. 1 Valvoline / Seubert Calf Ranches Rocket past Erb from the bottom of the track. Richards hung on to the lead through two more cautions, until Erb closed his lead to 0.137 seconds on lap 57. Thereon, Erb and Richards volleyed the lead in all four turns; Erb overcame the back-and-forward and extended his lead to nearly four-and-a-half seconds in 12 laps. The race’s sixth caution regrouped the field and Richards got the best of an all-or-nothing shootout – third through sixth place slid four-wide into lap 70. Davenport made the charge and got the best of Erb for the time-being on lap 77. Richards extended his lead to more than a one-second margin while Erb duked-it out against Davenport to reclaim second place. Erb overcame the deficit on the next lap, getting the lead back with ten laps remaining. Though Erb opened-up a two-second gap to seemingly solidify the win, a caution threw a wrench in his plans on lap 99. Richards had another chance to get his first Dirt Late Model Dream of his career. However, Erb managed to distance himself away from the rest of the field to take the race to the checkers. “I had a blast out there. Congrats to Dennis. The best car won the race,” Richards said. “I was trying to do all that I could but I was a little too free to move to the bottom. We’ll just have to try a little harder next time, but I feel so blessed that I get to do what I love to do – and get to do it on a stage like this. I knew it was going to be a long shot. We had a lot of damage; the left-front corner was dragging on the ground, and I spun the tires on the restart because the nose was dragging. I thought we maybe had a little bit of a shot there – maybe another car length or two to get a run down into turn three. We’ll get it one of these years.” Dale McDowell rounded-out the podium with his No. 17m Bad Boy Buggies/ University of Northwestern Ohio Warrior. McDowell , who started 16th on the night, blazed his own trail, weaving his way up into the top ten within the first ten laps of the race. The Chickamauga, Ga. native stood his ground from there until beating-out Davenport for the final podium spot on the last restart. “We had a pretty good weekend overall,” McDowell said. “It’s awesome to be in the top three, and we’ll take it. We’ll come back for the World [100] and improve in a couple places.” Erb takes home the $100,000 check – $1,000 dollars for each lap along with one unforgettable night for the books. “I made the right decisions, picked the right line in the end and we just got it done tonight,” Erb said. “I got a little worried out there when those guys got out there on top but I kept running my line. I just thank God it got done. I was just worried about getting to the checkered flag [at the end]. That last caution there had me worried.” 22nd Annual Dirt Late Model Dream by Ferris Mowers - Saturday, June 11, 2016 DIRTcar UMP Late Models Dirt Late Model Dream – (100 Laps) 1. 28-Dennis Erb Jr. [2] ; 2. 1-Josh Richards[13] ; 3. 17M-Dale McDowell[17] ; 4. 6-Jonathan Davenport[3] ; 5. 5-Don O’Neal[21] ; 6. 32-Chris Simpson[28] ; 7. 99M-Devin Moran[24] ; 8. 25C-Shane Clanton[12] ; 9. 44M-Chris Madden[16] ; 10. 33x-Ricky Thornton Jr[8] ; 11. 32P-Bobby Pierce[5] ; 12. 18-Shannon Babb[25] ; 13. B5-Brandon Sheppard[11] ; 14. 39-Tim McCreadie[9] ; 15. 777-Jared Landers[7] ; 16. C9-Steve Casebolt[4] ; 17. 20-Jimmy Owens[18] ; 18. 157-Mike Marlar[1] ; 19. 25-Jason Feger[22] ; 20. 76-Brandon Overton[15] ; 21. 21B-Chris Brown[14] ; 22. 55-Jeep VanWormer[23] ; 23. 33-Tim Manville[27] ; 24. 15L-Darrell Lanigan[10] ; 25. 28M-Jimmy Mars[26] ; 26. 21-Billy Moyer[19] ; 27. 3s-Brian Shirley[20] ; 28. 15-Jon Henry[6] B-Feature 1 – (20 Laps) 1. 55-Jeep VanWormer[5] ; 2. 18-Shannon Babb[8] ; 3. 33-Tim Manville[3] ; 4. 97-Michael Chilton[2] ; 5. 31-Nick Latham[18] ; 6. 1G-Devin Gilpin[7] ; 7. 93-Jay Johnson[22] ; 8. 75P-Terry Phillips[6] ; 9. 1M-Mike Mataragas[11] ; 10. 18J-Chase Junghans[20] ; 11. 94-Austin Rettig[24] ; 12. 1GK-Ryan King[21] ; 13. 20s-Rodney Sanders[23] ; 14. 1B-Mike Benedum[19] ; 15. 41R-TJ Reaid[13] ; 16. 3c-Charlie LaPlant[25] ; 17. 5*-Bryant Dickinson[14] ; 18. 11RS-Rusty Schlenk[15] ; 19. 22S-Gregg Satterlee[4] ; 20. 21JR-Billy Moyer Jr. [12] ; 21. 7R-Kent Robinson[16] ; 22. 28C-Eddie Carrier Jr. [10] ; 23. 15J-Scott James[9] ; 24. 77-Gavin Landers[17] ; DNF. 5-Don O’Neal[1] B-Scramble 1 – (5 Laps) 1. 97-Michael Chilton[1] ; 2. 31-Nick Latham[2] ; 3. 93-Jay Johnson[4] ; 4. 75P-Terry Phillips[5] ; 5. 1M-Mike Mataragas[6] ; 6. 1GK-Ryan King[9] ; 7. 3c-Charlie LaPlant[13] ; 8. 5*-Bryant Dickinson[14] ; 9. 1G-Devin Gilpin[3] ; 10. 20s-Rodney Sanders[10] ; 11. 18J-Chase Junghans[7] ; 12. 1B-Mike Benedum[11] ; 13. 41R-TJ Reaid[12] ; 14. 94-Austin Rettig[8] B-Feature 2 – (20 Laps) 1. 25-Jason Feger[6] ; 2. 99M-Devin Moran[8] ; 3. 28M-Jimmy Mars[12] ; 4. 32-Chris Simpson[15] ; 5. 0-Scott Bloomquist[5] ; 6. 11A-Austin Smith[2] ; 7. 6m-Wendell Wallace[11] ; 8. 1P-Earl Pearson Jr.[17] ; 9. 15F-Steve Francis[3] ; 10. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[18] ; 11. 51-Jason Noll[16] ; 12. 48L-Tim Lance[21] ; 13. 5N-Dustin Nobbe[20] ; 14. 42-Doug Sanders[23] ; 15. 12-Jason Jameson[9] ; 16. 16-Tyler Bruening[1] ; 17. 20C-Duane Chamberlain[14] ; 18. 4G-Kody Evans[24] ; 19. 4-Brian Ligon[27] ; 20. 50-Shanon Buckingham[4] ; 21. 22-Chris Ferguson[7] ; 22. 7B-Jeff Babcock[10] ; 23. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[13] ; 24. 21H-Robby Hensley[19] ; 25. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr. [22] ; 26. 22*-GR Smith[25] ; 27. 101-Casey Roberts[26] B-Scramble 2 – (5 Laps) 1. 6m-Wendell Wallace[3] ; 2. 11A-Austin Smith[2] ; 3. 15F-Steve Francis[5] ; 4. 0-Scott Bloomquist[1] ; 5. 1P-Earl Pearson Jr.[4] ; 6. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[6] ; 7. 51-Jason Noll[7] ; 8. 42-Doug Sanders[10] ; 9. 48L-Tim Lance[8] ; 10. 5N-Dustin Nobbe[9] Heat 1 – (15 Laps) 1. 15-Jon Henry[2] ; 2. 777-Jared Landers[1] ; 3. 1-Josh Richards[3] ; 4. 5-Don O’Neal[4] ; 5. 22S-Gregg Satterlee[5] ; 6. 1G-Devin Gilpin[6] ; 7. 28C-Eddie Carrier Jr. [7] ; 8. 21JR-Billy Moyer Jr. [8] ; 9. 11RS-Rusty Schlenk[10] ; 10. 31-Nick Latham[9] ; 11. 1GK-Ryan King[11] ; 12. 94-Austin Rettig[12] Heat 2 – (15 Laps) 1. 32P-Bobby Pierce[1] ; 2. 33x-Ricky Thornton Jr[2] ; 3. 21B-Chris Brown[4] ; 4. 97-Michael Chilton[6] ; 5. 55-Jeep VanWormer[8] ; 6. 18-Shannon Babb[5] ; 7. 21-Billy Moyer[3] ; 8. 41R-TJ Reaid[10] ; 9. 7R-Kent Robinson[7] ; 10. 1B-Mike Benedum[9] ; 11. 93-Jay Johnson[11] ; 12. 3c-Charlie LaPlant[12] Heat 3 – (15 Laps) 1. C9-Steve Casebolt[1] ; 2. 39-Tim McCreadie[2] ; 3. 76-Brandon Overton[4] ; 4. 33-Tim Manville[9] ; 5. 75P-Terry Phillips[5] ; 6. 15J-Scott James[8] ; 7. 1M-Mike Mataragas[10] ; 8. 5*-Bryant Dickinson[12] ; 9. 77-Gavin Landers[11] ; 10. 18J-Chase Junghans[6] ; 11. 20s-Rodney Sanders[7] ; 12. 3s-Brian Shirley[3] Heat 4 – (15 Laps) 1. 6-Jonathan Davenport[3] ; 2. 15L-Darrell Lanigan[5] ; 3. 44M-Chris Madden[2] ; 4. 16-Tyler Bruening[7] ; 5. 50-Shanon Buckingham[6] ; 6. 22-Chris Ferguson[10] ; 7. 7B-Jeff Babcock[4] ; 8. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[9] ; 9. 51-Jason Noll[11] ; 10. 21H-Robby Hensley[8] ; 11. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr. [1] ; 12. 22*-GR Smith[12] Heat 5 – (15 Laps) 1. 28-Dennis Erb Jr. [1] ; 2. B5-Brandon Sheppard[3] ; 3. 17M-Dale McDowell[2] ; 4. 11A-Austin Smith[5] ; 5. 0-Scott Bloomquist[9] ; 6. 99M-Devin Moran[8] ; 7. 6m-Wendell Wallace[4] ; 8. 20C-Duane Chamberlain[12] ; 9. 1P-Earl Pearson Jr.[6] ; 10. 5N-Dustin Nobbe[10] ; 11. 42-Doug Sanders[11] ; 12. 101-Casey Roberts[7] Heat 6 – (15 Laps) 1. 157-Mike Marlar[2] ; 2. 25C-Shane Clanton[4] ; 3. 20-Jimmy Owens[3] ; 4. 15F-Steve Francis[1] ; 5. 25-Jason Feger[6] ; 6. 12-Jason Jameson[10] ; 7. 28M-Jimmy Mars[7] ; 8. 32-Chris Simpson[5] ; 9. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[8] ; 10. 48L-Tim Lance[12] ; 11. 4G-Kody Evans[9] ; 12. 4-Brian Ligon[11]
  20. Brandon Sheppard and Jared Landers steal second show at Eldora ROSSBURG, Ohio – June 10, 2016 – “Two” seemed to be the lucky number Friday night at the 22nd Annual Dirt Late Model Dream at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, as Brandon Sheppard and Jared Landers became the duo to win the double-feature program in front of a packed crowd. The Big E’s 24-degree banking is where most of the battles were held during the first feature. The victory was not only Sheppard’s fourth of the year, but also a follow-up to Thursday night’s win. Sheppard is the most recent driver to sweep both preliminary nights of an event weekend at the track since Jonathan Davenport did it at the World 100 in 2015. Sheppard ran a similar race as the night before. His No. B5 Best Performance Motorsports Rocket machine started on the outside of first position, and he eventually shut the door on the rest of the 24-car field within the first five laps. Sheppard cleared his car for the lead at turn four on lap four. “We got lucky starting in the front row both nights, but we had a strong car tonight,” Sheppard said. “This is a new car for this track for us. We tried a bunch of different stuff and last night we found a setup that worked. We stuck with that.” Chris Brown, who started the race in first, began to fall from the podium when the No. 28 McBride Mac/ V.O. Mack Truck Sales Black Diamond car of Dennis Erb Jr. undertook Brown on lap six. Erb thereon challenged Sheppard for the lead, sticking to the bottom of the track; Sheppard relied on sheer momentum on the outside. This battle went on for the remainder of the race, and despite the two cautions in the stretch, Erb could only close the gap to 0.065 seconds. “I think we just out-tired the rest of the field,” Sheppard said. “I think having the right tires was the reason I could enter above the holes and stay up around the wall. I think that’s where we could keep our momentum.” Bobby Pierce rounded-out the podium with a thrilling pass on Billy Moyer with 12 laps remaining. Pierce glided under Moyer through turn four in his No. 32 Allgayer Inc./ Champion Spark Plugs Bob Pierce machine, forcing Moyer to forfeit the spot. Moyer did not have the speed to fend-off Pierce’s push. In the second feature, Landers had neither a front-row start nor the chance for a favorable restart to give him a clear path to the top. Greg Satterlee, who started on the outside of Scott Bloomquist in the front row, had a strong start much like Sheppard in the feature before. Satterlee maintained less than a half-second lead throughout the race – that is until Landers’ No. 777 Crop Production Services/ Bad Boy Mowers Bloomquist machine made his push with 11 laps remaining. “This is awesome to win a race here,” Landers said. “I’m pumped-up to have this car and the crew worked their butts off to fix everything from last night. We rebuilt the car and worked toward a setup, and finally got one of them. We know [the setup] is good, but we were reluctant to put it on the car because we’ve been so good here through the years.” Landers’ gamble paid off as he passed Satterlee’s No. 22 Satterlee Petroleum Distributors/ Keyser Manufacturing Rocket from the bottom of the track. Satterlee continued to fade, losing second place to Bloomquist’s No. 0 Crop Production Services/ Reese Monument Co. Bloomquist car in the final laps; Satterlee held on to third. This was Landers’ second win of the season. The 22nd Annual Dirt Late Model Dream by Ferris Mowers returns to action Saturday with a “don’t-want-to-miss” showing of the $100,000-to-win Dirt Late Model Dream. Gates open at 12 p.m. with hot laps scheduled to start at 6 p.m. 22nd Annual Dirt Late Model Dream presented by Ferris Mowers – Night 2 - Friday, June 10, 2016 - DIRTcar UMP Late Models A-Main 1 – (25 Laps) 1. B5-Brandon Sheppard[2] ; 2. 28-Dennis Erb Jr. [6] ; 3. 32P-Bobby Pierce[4] ; 4. 21-Billy Moyer[3] ; 5. 17M-Dale McDowell[11] ; 6. 20-Jimmy Owens[24] ; 7. 3s-Brian Shirley[7] ; 8. 25C-Shane Clanton[16] ; 9. 21B-Chris Brown[1] ; 10. 44M-Chris Madden[21] ; 11. 25-Jason Feger[14] ; 12. 76-Brandon Overton[15] ; 13. C9-Steve Casebolt[10] ; 14. 20s-Rodney Sanders[17] ; 15. 101-Casey Roberts[5] ; 16. 1G-Devin Gilpin[9] ; 17. 1M-Mike Mataragas[20] ; 18. 50-Shanon Buckingham[19] ; 19. 1B-Mike Benedum[18] ; 20. 16-Tyler Bruening[22] ; 21. 7R-Kent Robinson[13] ; 22. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr. [8] ; 23. 97-Michael Chilton[23] ; 24. 15L-Darrell Lanigan[12] A-Main 2 – (25 Laps) 1. 777-Jared Landers[3] ; 2. 0-Scott Bloomquist[1] ; 3. 22S-Gregg Satterlee[2] ; 4. 33x-Ricky Thornton Jr[6] ; 5. 39-Tim McCreadie[16] ; 6. 6-Jonathan Davenport[8] ; 7. 1-Josh Richards[10] ; 8. 11A-Austin Smith[11] ; 9. 1P-Earl Pearson Jr.[9] ; 10. 15-Jon Henry[5] ; 11. 5-Don O’Neal[4] ; 12. 28M-Jimmy Mars[14] ; 13. 6m-Wendell Wallace[19] ; 14. 15F-Steve Francis[17] ; 15. 75P-Terry Phillips[15] ; 16. 157-Mike Marlar[20] ; 17. 28C-Eddie Carrier Jr. [13] ; 18. 55-Jeep VanWormer[21] ; 19. 18J-Chase Junghans[24] ; 20. 18-Shannon Babb[7] ; 21. 32-Chris Simpson[23] ; 22. 7B-Jeff Babcock[12] ; 23. 11RS-Rusty Schlenk[22] ; 24. 12-Jason Jameson[18] B-Feature 1 – (12 Laps) 1. 44M-Chris Madden[5] ; 2. 16-Tyler Bruening[3] ; 3. 97-Michael Chilton[2] ; 4. 20-Jimmy Owens[4] ; 5. 31-Nick Latham[9] ; 6. 15J-Scott James[7] ; 7. 33-Tim Manville[11] ; 8. 1GK-Ryan King[1] ; 9. 4-Brian Ligon[10] ; 10. 94-Austin Rettig[16] ; 11. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[13] ; 12. 21JR-Billy Moyer Jr. [12] ; 13. 3c-Charlie LaPlant[15] ; 14. 21H-Robby Hensley[6] ; 15. 22*-GR Smith[14] ; 16. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[8] B-Feature 2 – (12 Laps) 1. 55-Jeep VanWormer[1] ; 2. 11RS-Rusty Schlenk[4] ; 3. 32-Chris Simpson[8] ; 4. 18J-Chase Junghans[13] ; 5. 5N-Dustin Nobbe[2] ; 6. 41R-TJ Reaid[6] ; 7. 93-Jay Johnson[3] ; 8. 77-Gavin Landers[5] ; 9. 51-Jason Noll[12] ; 10. 42-Doug Sanders[9] ; 11. 4G-Kody Evans[14] ; 12. 22-Chris Ferguson[10] ; 13. 48L-Tim Lance[7] ; 14. 5*-Bryant Dickinson[11] ; 15. 99M-Devin Moran[15] ; 16. 20C-Duane Chamberlain[16] Time Trials 1.44M-Chris Madden, 16.208; 2.5-Don O’Neal, 16.266; 3.3s-Brian Shirley, 16.356; 4.1-Josh Richards, 16.371; 5.76-Brandon Overton, 16.379; 6.22S-Gregg Satterlee, 16.389; 7.21B-Chris Brown, 16.402; 8.157-Mike Marlar, 16.406; 9.32P-Bobby Pierce, 16.443; 10.6-Jonathan Davenport, 16.452; 11.21-Billy Moyer, 16.493; 12.777-Jared Landers, 16.494; 13.B5-Brandon Sheppard, 16.495; 14.6m-Wendell Wallace, 16.568; 15.20-Jimmy Owens, 16.573; 16.15-Jon Henry, 16.600; 17.20s-Rodney Sanders, 16.605; 18.55-Jeep VanWormer, 16.630; 19.C9-Steve Casebolt, 16.639; 20.28M-Jimmy Mars, 16.656; 21.28-Dennis Erb Jr. , 16.671; 22.11A-Austin Smith, 16.673; 23.25Z-Mason Zeigler, 16.674; 24.0-Scott Bloomquist, 16.696; 25.99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr. , 16.701; 26.18J-Chase Junghans, 16.719; 27.25-Jason Feger, 16.723; 28.18-Shannon Babb, 16.731; 29.50-Shanon Buckingham, 16.738; 30.33x-Ricky Thornton Jr, 16.739; 31.101-Casey Roberts, 16.783; 32.7B-Jeff Babcock, 16.791; 33.1G-Devin Gilpin, 16.792; 34.1P-Earl Pearson Jr., 16.793; 35.97-Michael Chilton, 16.794; 36.4G-Kody Evans, 16.795; 37.17M-Dale McDowell, 16.807; 38.99M-Devin Moran, 16.811; 39.15L-Darrell Lanigan, 16.838; 40.39-Tim McCreadie, 16.847; 41.31-Nick Latham, 16.874; 42.15F-Steve Francis, 16.898; 43.21H-Robby Hensley, 16.902; 44.22-Chris Ferguson, 16.908; 45.15J-Scott James, 16.944; 46.75P-Terry Phillips, 16.973; 47.21JR-Billy Moyer Jr. , 16.979; 48.32-Chris Simpson, 16.983; 49.7R-Kent Robinson, 16.985; 50.28C-Eddie Carrier Jr. , 16.995; 51.22*-GR Smith, 16.996; 52.41R-TJ Reaid, 16.997; 53.33-Tim Manville, 17.010; 54.48L-Tim Lance, 17.015; 55.1M-Mike Mataragas, 17.017; 56.11RS-Rusty Schlenk, 17.018; 57.95J-Jerry Bowersock, 17.142; 58.42-Doug Sanders, 17.145; 59.1B-Mike Benedum, 17.150; 60.12-Jason Jameson, 17.168; 61.16-Tyler Bruening, 17.227; 62.93-Jay Johnson, 17.268; 63.25C-Shane Clanton, 17.276; 64.51-Jason Noll, 17.382; 65.1GK-Ryan King, 17.384; 66.77-Gavin Landers, 17.510; 67.4-Brian Ligon, 17.549; 68.5N-Dustin Nobbe, 17.562; 69.3c-Charlie LaPlant, 17.697; 70.5*-Bryant Dickinson, 18.789; 71.94-Austin Rettig, 99.999; Heat 1 – (10 Laps) 1. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr. [1] ; 2. 32P-Bobby Pierce[3] ; 3. 1G-Devin Gilpin[5] ; 4. 7R-Kent Robinson[7] ; 5. 20s-Rodney Sanders[2] ; 6. 1GK-Ryan King[9] ; 7. 44M-Chris Madden[4] ; 8. 31-Nick Latham[6] ; 9. 95J-Jerry Bowersock[8] Heat 2 – (10 Laps) 1. 6-Jonathan Davenport[3] ; 2. 5-Don O’Neal[4] ; 3. 1P-Earl Pearson Jr.[5] ; 4. 28C-Eddie Carrier Jr. [7] ; 5. 15F-Steve Francis[6] ; 6. 55-Jeep VanWormer[2] ; 7. 77-Gavin Landers[9] ; 8. 42-Doug Sanders[8] ; 9. 18J-Chase Junghans[1] Heat 3 – (10 Laps) 1. 3s-Brian Shirley[4] ; 2. 21-Billy Moyer[3] ; 3. C9-Steve Casebolt[2] ; 4. 25-Jason Feger[1] ; 5. 1B-Mike Benedum[8] ; 6. 97-Michael Chilton[5] ; 7. 21H-Robby Hensley[6] ; 8. 4-Brian Ligon[9] ; 9. 22*-GR Smith[7] Heat 4 – (10 Laps) 1. 18-Shannon Babb[1] ; 2. 777-Jared Landers[3] ; 3. 1-Josh Richards[4] ; 4. 28M-Jimmy Mars[2] ; 5. 12-Jason Jameson[8] ; 6. 5N-Dustin Nobbe[9] ; 7. 41R-TJ Reaid[7] ; 8. 22-Chris Ferguson[6] ; 9. 4G-Kody Evans[5] Heat 5 – (10 Laps) 1. 28-Dennis Erb Jr. [2] ; 2. B5-Brandon Sheppard[3] ; 3. 17M-Dale McDowell[5] ; 4. 76-Brandon Overton[4] ; 5. 50-Shanon Buckingham[1] ; 6. 16-Tyler Bruening[8] ; 7. 15J-Scott James[6] ; 8. 33-Tim Manville[7] ; 9. 3c-Charlie LaPlant[9] Heat 6 – (10 Laps) 1. 33x-Ricky Thornton Jr[1] ; 2. 22S-Gregg Satterlee[4] ; 3. 11A-Austin Smith[2] ; 4. 75P-Terry Phillips[6] ; 5. 6m-Wendell Wallace[3] ; 6. 93-Jay Johnson[8] ; 7. 48L-Tim Lance[7] ; 8. 5*-Bryant Dickinson[9] ; 9. 99M-Devin Moran[5] Heat 7 – (10 Laps) 1. 101-Casey Roberts[1] ; 2. 21B-Chris Brown[4] ; 3. 15L-Darrell Lanigan[5] ; 4. 25C-Shane Clanton[8] ; 5. 1M-Mike Mataragas[7] ; 6. 20-Jimmy Owens[3] ; 7. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[2] ; 8. 21JR-Billy Moyer Jr. [6] ; 9. 94-Austin Rettig[9] Heat 8 – (10 Laps) 1. 15-Jon Henry[3] ; 2. 0-Scott Bloomquist[2] ; 3. 7B-Jeff Babcock[1] ; 4. 39-Tim McCreadie[5] ; 5. 157-Mike Marlar[4] ; 6. 11RS-Rusty Schlenk[7] ; 7. 32-Chris Simpson[6] ; 8. 51-Jason Noll[8]
  21. Twice as Nice: Sheppard and Davenport win doubleheader - The Dirt Late Model Dream by Ferris Mowers returns Friday for a second-straight double feature ROSSBURG, Ohio – June 9, 2016 – It was a night of extremes Thursday as the first day of The 22nd Annual Dirt Late Model Dream by Ferris Mowers at Eldora Speedway delivered a doubleheader delight for Brandon Sheppard and Jonathan Davenport. While Sheppard dominated the first feature of the night, Davenport made a late push to win his A-Main. In a 72-car entry list, Sheppard said he under-performed in both his feature race and in qualifying; however, Sheppard started the 24-car A-Main on the outside first row. The New Berlin, Ill. native ended up capturing the lead in turn four on the very first lap in turn three. He was uncontested by Terry Phillips, who lead the field into the green flag. This is Sheppard’s third win of the season. “Early in the night we struggle really badly,” Sheppard said. “But we had a really great car in the feature. We did a little homework last year at the World 100 and got better with our older cars. We kind of did some stuff [tonight] that we were doing to them. We’re just really fortunate to come out with the win.” On lap two, Billy Moyer moved his way up one spot to second place. His early push – like Sheppard’s – was not enough to challenge for the lead spot. Moyer only closed the gap to a 0.848-second margin. But, Moyer did separate himself from the rest of the field by a similar margin. With five laps remaining, Moyer’s strong run faded, leaving the door open for Ricky Thornton Jr. who eventually finished in the runner-up position; Moyer managed to hold on to the final podium spot. Steve Casebolt, who won The Dream in 2007, led much of the race with challenges from Josh Richards, Chris Brown and Jimmy Owens throughout the race. However, it was the final 15 laps that decided the race. Jonathan Davenport from Williamston, S.C. darted to the front, swerving top to bottom to find an opening. It took Davenport running three-wide alongside Casebolt and Richards on lap 11 to maneuver the car for a pass at the bottom of the track. Davenport started sixth. “Everyone ran a heck of a race,” Davenport said. “Casebolt was running up front for a while, and Josh and I were racing really tight. That was definitely awesome.” Casebolt eventually blew a rear-right tire, rearranging the podium spots. Davenport maintained a nearly a three-second lead for the final laps – reopening the lead after the race’s final caution on lap 20. But, the buffer did not come without one last push from Richards, who placed second. Jimmy Owens rounded-out the podium in thrilling fashion, using the restart on lap five to catapult him to a third-place finish. Both feature winners take home a $5,000 purse. The 22nd Annual Dirt Late Model Dream by Ferris Mowers returns to action Friday with another doubleheader. Gates open at 12 p.m. with hot laps scheduled to start at 6 p.m.
  22. DIRTcar to Sanction Weedsport Sportsman Shootout Series - The season kicks off on May 22 at Weedsport Speedway WEEDSPORT, N.Y. - March 11, 2016 - DIRTcar Northeast and Weedsport Speedway have announced that the track's 2016 NAPA Auto Parts Sportsman Shootout Series will be DIRTcar sanctioned. The move presents significant benefits for racers and teams at the premier facility. The previously announced nine race series featuring crate sportsman modifieds kicks off on May 22 at Weedsport with the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series. The Sportsman Shootout Series runs until Sept. 19 and will accompany the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series on June 21 and Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds for the Hall of Fame 100 on August 9. In addition to the track point fund and lucrative weekly purses, the DIRTcar sanctioning allows racers the opportunity to make Weedsport a home track and receive home track bonus points in pursuit of the overall DIRTcar championship. Racers will also be able to compete for the Mr. DIRTcar Sportsman points title. The Weedsport Sportsman Shootout Series champion will be honored at the DIRTcar Northeast banquet in November. "Weedsport Speedway has quickly become a showplace for dirt racing not just in Central New York but in the country," said DIRTcar Northeast's Mike Perrotte. "We are proud to join them in sanctioning their 2016 Sportsman Shootout Series. As the leader in sportsman modified sanctioning, DIRTcar is excited to give our racers another great option to compete. We look forward to the exciting season ahead." Weedsport Speedway General Manager Jimmy Phelps said they are excited to extend the opportunity to their sportsman competitors. "Being both track operators as well as competitors, we've seen firsthand how working with a structured sanctioning body strengthens the program," Phelps said. "This is a great opportunity for our Sportsman Series competitors, and we are proud to bring the DIRTcar banner to Weedsport for 2016." For more information on the NAPA Auto Parts Sportsman Shootout Series visit WeedsportSpeedway.com. For more information on DIRTcar, visit DIRTcar.com and for more information on DIRTcar Northeast, visit 2016 NAPA Auto Parts Sportsman Shootout Series Schedule
  23. Richards Crowned DIRTcar Nationals Champion - Bringing Home Three Wins at Volusia Speedway Park SHINNSTON, W.Va. (Feb. 25, 2016) - Josh Richards was crowned the DIRTcar Nationals Late Model Champion at Volusia Speedway Park, collecting the famed "Big" Gator Trophy Saturday night. During the weeklong DIRTcar Nationals at the half-mile Barberville, Fla., track, Richards scored three wins, two top-five finishes and one top-10 finish en route to the Championship. Courtesy of DIRTcar Racing PR Monday night kicked-off the first of six nights of late model racing at Volusia Speedway Park, and Richards entered the evening hoping to add to his already impressive Florida/Georgia Speedweeks. The 27-year-old started the night by qualifying the quickest in his group. Per the rulebook, the top-four in qualifying would be inverted for their heat races Monday through Wednesday, which lined Richards up in fourth for Heat Race 3. Able to advance two positions in the 10-lap heat, the Valvoline driver finished second, securing the seventh starting spot for the night's 30-lap Feature. At the drop of the green flag, Richards was shuffled back to 10th, before falling in line nose-to-tail with the rest of the field. The West Virginia driver methodically made his way back to seventh by the halfway point of the A-Main and remained there until the checkered flag flew on a race that saw very little passing. Richards began Tuesday evening by qualifying fourth in his group. His time trial effort allowed him to hit the invert perfectly and start on the pole of his heat race. Showing his car had speed, Richards led all 10 laps of Heat 6 to collect the win. With each of the six heat race winners eligible for the redraw, Richards drew the number one starting spot for the Feature. Starting on the pole of the 30-lap event, the three-time World of Outlaws Champion dominated the race leading flag-to-flag unchallenged to capture his fifth win of Speedweeks. Wednesday, marked the final night of the qualifying invert and Richards qualified second quickest in his group. His effort lined him up in third for Heat Race 1. Starting third, Richards maintained his position for the 10-lap heat allowing him to transfer into the night's 40-lap A-Main. The Valvoline machine lined up in 13th for the start of the Feature, and Richards didn't waste any time making his way to ninth in just the first seven laps. The Rocket Chassis driver continued his march toward the front and was scored in seventh at the halfway point. At Lap 27 he had picked off three more positions and was running in fourth, knocking on the door of the top-three. Caught in lap traffic, Richards did all he could to collect a podium finish, but ran out of time, ultimately crossing the stripe in fourth. Thursday saw the return of World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series points racing and Richards was hungry for his first World of Outlaws points win of the season. It didn't take long for the driver of the No. 1 to show he was going to be the man to beat in night four's racing action. Richards qualified fastest in Group A, which lined him up on the pole for Heat Race 1. When the green flag dropped, the West Virginia native never looked back, leading all 10 laps and winning by a five second margin. His heat race win made him eligible for the redraw, and he drew the first starting spot in the 50-lap Feature. Starting on the pole, Richards quickly set a blistering pace and drove away from the field leading by over a straightaway for much of the race. The superstar driver led unchallenged flag-to-flag to capture his sixth win of Speedweeks. With two wins under his belt at Volusia Speedway Park, Richards started Friday night looking for win number three. He qualified eighth in Group A, which lined him up in third for Heat 2. With the track wet and muddy, the Valvoline driver ran out of helmet tear-offs halfway through the 10-lap heat and was driving with one hand over his face in an attempt to shield his helmet visor from mud. Impressively, Richards was still able to finish third, allowing him to transfer to the main event. Though he would transfer, he would start deep in the field in 14th for the 50-lap Feature. At the drop of the green flag, Richards immediately showed he was on a mission, muscling his was through the field to be scored in eighth on Lap 10. Richards continued his charge to the front and on Lap 15 he had worked his way inside the top-five. Putting on an incredible show for the fans, the young driver pushed his No.1 machine to the limits, passing on both the top and bottom grooves until he found himself in second with just five laps remaining. Now with his sights set on leader Jonathan Davenport, Richards drove to the high-side to complete the pass on lap 46 and take command of the race. But, unlike the night before, Richards was unable to drive off, as he and Davenport would battle side-by-side as they came out of Turn 2 on the final lap. Fighting for position in lap traffic, Richards was able to roll around the high-side giving him enough momentum to clear Davenport and capture his milestone 60th-career World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series win in spectacular fashion. The victory marked his seventh of Speedweeks and third at Volusia Speedway Park. With back-to-back wins at Volusia, Richards looked to pull off the trifecta in Saturday night's finale. He quickly looked as if he was going to be the man to beat again as he qualified second quickest and won his heat race by a 4.7 second margin. His heat race win made him eligible for the redraw and for the third time in six days, the Rocket Chassis driver again drew the pole. Starting the 50-lap finale in first, Richards was quickly the class of the field, leading by several car lengths during the initial laps of the race. The 27-year-old showed his dominance pacing the field while weaving in and out of lap traffic until Lap 46 when second-place driver Shane Clanton pulled to his back bumper. Unable to keep up his speed and pass on the high-side, Richards attempted to pass the lap car of Tim McCreadie on the bottom and Clanton went to the high-side and was able to clear McCreadie and Richards. Still held up by McCreadie, Richards decided to go high on the final lap, but just as he was clearing McCreadie, third-place driver Scott Bloomquist slipped in between and took over the second position coming out of Turn 4. Richards ultimately crossed the stripe third, but collected a podium finish and the week's biggest honor, the DIRTcar Late Model Championship. Saturday night conclude the month-long Florida/Georgia Speedweeks in which Richards made history, winning seven times in 15 events and never finishing worse than seventh. He collected 12 podium-finishes, 13 top-five and 15 top-10 finishes making him the most successful driver of this year's Speedweeks. Richards is scheduled to return to racing action on March 17 for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Buckeye Spring 50 at Atomic Speedway in Chillicothe, Ohio. Monday Results Qualifying - 1st Heat Race -2nd Feature Start - 7th Feature Finish - 7th Tuesday Results Qualifying - 4th Heat Race -1st Feature Start - 1st Feature Finish - 1st Wednesday Results Qualifying - 2nd Heat Race -3rd Feature Start - 13th Feature Finish -4th Thursday Results Qualifying - 1st Heat Race -1st Feature Start - 1st Feature Finish - 1st Friday Results Qualifying - 8th Heat Race -3rd Feature Start - 14th Feature Finish - 1st Saturday Results Qualifying - 2nd Heat Race -1st Feature Start - 1st Feature Finish -3rd JOSH RICHARDS QUOTES: "Winning this DIRTcar Late Model Championship means everything to us. We worked hard all winter and then to have a Speedweeks like we did, it was just unbelievable. "I think our worst finish was seventh a couple of times, but most of the time we were running up front and battling for wins, so that's all we can ask for. We had another great Valvoline car again tonight (Saturday) and I wanted to end the trip with another win, but sometimes when you're leading you can be a sitting duck. But, we can't be dissatisfied with our trip, we had a phenomenal trip, it was just awesome. "I'm going to spend some time at home, but we're going to continue to work and get ready for the rest of the swing. It's going to be nice to be home - it's been a long month, but it's been a lot of fun. We're going to take a break for a few days and then get back to work." For additional information please contact Andrea Cleveland-Richards at 704-575-2296 or via e-mail at andrea@joshrichards.com.
  24. Josh Richards Dominates World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series Opener at DIRTcar Nationals Matt Sheppard wins thrilling Super DIRTcar Series victory BARBERVILLE, Fla. - Feb. 18, 2016 - Josh Richards dominated the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series DIRTcar Nationals opener on Thursday night at Volusia Speedway Park. Richards, a three-time series champion, took the top position in his qualifying group earlier in the night and then battled through lapped traffic and held off Dale McDowell in the 50-lap feature to score his first series win of the season. The 27-year-old Richards entered DIRTcar Nationals with a string of wins and top-five runs, and built momentum into the series opener. "It has been a lot of fun," Richards said. "We gambled a little bit on tires, so I was kind of nervous and didn't know how it was going to hold up. We got stuck in lapped traffic and actually moved up [the race track] and gained speed. The guys have been giving me great cars every night, it's been a dream to drive them, and it has been a fun speed weeks." Matt Sheppard, the reigning Super DIRTcar Series champion, entered DIRTcar Nationals after an off-season of flux saw him start his own team. The driver proved Thursday night that in spite of the challenges, he is still one to beat. Larry Wight, last year's DIRTcar Nationals Big-Block Week champion, started on the feature pole but lost the lead after a short battle with Rick Laubach. Laubach led the field for 22 laps, holding off the previous night's winner Tim Fuller. As Laubach tried to work his way through traffic, Sheppard closed with Wight close behind. Sheppard and Wight got the run on Laubach and quickly drove around. "This is unreal," Sheppard said of his victory. "It was such a crazy off-season for us; building this team in such a short period of time. We can say I'm going out on my own but not really. I got a ton of great people that have stepped up to help out. Everything really came together. The crew has been busting their butt all night on this car. We had trouble in qualifying, we had trouble in the heat race and they never gave up. Man two races in and we are sitting in Victory Lane already that is awesome." Nightly doubleheaders at Volusia run through Saturday, Feb. 20. The World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series return for night two at DIRTcar Nationals as the Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds takes on its night three. For more information and updates on the DIRTcar Nationals, clickDIRTcarNationals.com or follow on Twitter at @DIRTcarNats. DIRTcar Nationals Statistical Report; Feb. 18, 2016; Volusia Speedway Park; Barberville, Fla. World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series A-Feature (50 Laps) - 1. 1-Josh Richards, 2. 17M-Dale McDowell, 3. 6-Jonathan Davenport, 4. 0-Scott Bloomquist, 5. 7-Rick Eckert, 6. 22s-Gregg Satterlee, 7. 5-Don O'Neal, 8. 25F-Jason Feger, 9. 14M-Morgan Bagley, 10. 25-Shane Clanton, 11. C9-Steve Casebolt, 12. 99B-Boom Briggs, 13. 18-Eric Wells, 14. 15-Steve Francis, 15. 1*-Chub Frank, 16. 3s-Brian Shirley, 17. 18c-Chase Junghans, 18. 38s-Kenny Pettyjohn, 19. 2F-Dennis Franklin, 20. 77-Jordan Yaggy, 21. 99j-Frank Heckenast Jr, 22. 76-Brandon Overton, 23. 20-Jimmy Owens, 24. 39-Tim McCreadie, 25. 21-Ivedent Lloyd Jr, 26. 11-Austin Smith, 27. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr, 28. 1W-Dillon Wood, 29. 16-Justin Rattliff Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds A-Feature (30 Laps) - 1. 9s-Matt Sheppard, 2. 99L-Larry Wight, 3. 7-Rick Laubach, 4. 44-Stewart Freisen, 5. 25R-Erick Rudolph, 6. 49-Billy Dunn, 7. 19-Tim Fuller, 8. 1-Billy Pauch, 9. 20-Brett Hearn, 10. 1T-Tyler Dippel, 11. 07-Tim Kerr, 12. 32c-Vic Coffey, 13. 21a-Pete Britten, 14. 54-Steve Bernard, 15. 14J-Alan Johnson, 16. 74-J.R Heffner, 17. 27J-Danny Johnson, 18. 5*-Tyler Siri, 19. 83-Brian Swartzlander, 20. 1G-Darwin Green, 21. 6m-Mat Williamson, 22. 323-Neal Williams, 23. 85-H.J. Bunting, 24. 48T-Dave Rauscher, 25. 28p-Eldon Payne, 26. 5-Billy VanInwegen DIRTcar Nationals Day-by-Day Schedule (Grandstands open at 5 p.m.) Friday, Feb. 19 - World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series & Super DIRTcar Series Saturday, Feb. 20 - World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series & Super DIRTcar Series
  25. Bloomquist Cashes In at 45th Annual DIRTcar Nationals - Scores $10,000 victory on third night of Late Model week BARBERVILLE, Fla. – Feb. 17, 2016 – Scott Bloomquist rebounded Wednesday from misfortunate the previous night as he scored the DIRTcar Late Model Swamp King Championship at the 45th Annual DIRTcar Nationals. Bloomquist, a resident of Mooresburg, Tenn., set the overall quick time during qualifying driving his famous Reec Monument/Crop Production Services No. 0. Bloomquist then continued his strong night by dominating his heat race, putting him in the redraw group for the 40-lap feature event. Bloomquist drew the fourth starting position with Steve Casebolt selecting pole-position. Casebolt, piloting the Riesbeck’s Food Markets/Lias Tires Racing Division No. C9, lost the lead once the green flag dropped to second place starter Dale McDowell driving the 17M. Bloomquist quickly charged to the second position, passing Casebolt and placing McDowell in his crosshairs for the lead. A caution on lap 6 brought Bloomquist to the inside of McDowell for the lead, and after a side-by-side battle for two laps, Bloomquist completed the pass on lap 8. The 52-year-old Bloomquist pulled away from the field after he completed the pass for the lead, but quickly approached the tail end of the 28-car field. A hard-charging, red-hot Jonathan Davenport drove his Baird Transport/Elite Concrete No. 6 to Bloomquist’s back bumper, as the leader began navigating through lapped traffic. For the second night in a row, a multi-lane racetrack allowed for side-by-side and three-wide racing throughout the field which allowed drivers like Davenport and, Tuesday night’s winner, Josh Richards to make their way to the front of the field. Davenport picked up seven spots to reach the second position and Richards picked up nine spots to get to the fourth position. As the laps wound down, and lapped traffic subsided, Bloomquist pulled away from Davenport for good with less than 10 laps to go. Bloomquist, much as he did the entire night, dominated the feature event and captured the Swamp King Championship portion of the 45th Annual DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park. “[The car] was really good,” Bloomquist said. “I see we have some things to do to help ourselves in traffic - it took a while for heat to get in the front tires so I’m going to work on that. I want to thank my family even though they can’t be out here. I think my wife and daughter are going to come in Saturday and we may stick around a little bit and go to Disney [World] or Sea World.” Davenport held on to finish second and improved on his third place finish from Tuesday night. “I keep getting better at this place,” Davenport, a Blairsville, Ga.-native said. “We definitely had a good hotrod tonight. I think we were a little better than Scott [bloomquist] early until we got to lapped traffic and he could just maneuver better. I got under Jason [Feger] and he slipped out of the groove a little bit and I hit him on the right front and it didn’t quite steer as good after that. Finishing second tonight, I couldn’t be happier. I don’t think we have had a finish outside of the top five this year, so we have definitely been one of the most consistent cars in the country.” McDowell, who led the opening seven laps before handing the lead over to Bloomquist, finished in the third position after losing second to Davenport on lap 12. “We had a good starting position, but they were better than us,” the Chicamaugua, Ga.-native said. “Tonight was only our second night out so I could see where they were beating us at and what areas we need to work on.” The World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series’ stars invade the 45th Annual DIRTcar Nationals on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, continuing their year-long battle for the 2016 series title, while also trying to capture a coveted Gator trophy. Great seats remain for DIRTcar Nationals and are available by calling 844-DIRT-TIX (347-8849), or by visiting http://www.DIRTcarNationals.com. Infield parking will be available on a first come, first served basis to all fans with a pit pass. The cost of the infield parking pass is $10 and will be available at the pit gate off of turn four. Visit http://www.DIRTcarNationals.com for the latest news and information from the event. Follow DIRTcar Nationals on Twitter at http://www.Twitter.com/DIRTcarNats and on Facebook at http://www.Facebook.com/DIRTcarNationals. DIRTcar Nationals Statistical Report; Feb. 16, 2016; Volusia Speedway Park; Barberville, Fla. A-Main (30-laps): 1. 0-Scott Bloomquist [4][$10,000], 2. 6-Jonathan Davenport [9], 3. 17M-Dale McDowell [2], 4. 1-Josh Richards [13], 5. 20-Rodney Sanders [6], 6. 25-Shane Clanton [12], 7. 7-Rick Eckert [10], 8. 15L-Darrell Lanigan [20], 9. 777-Jared Landers [15], 10. C9-Steve Casebolt [1], 11. 16T-Tyler Bruening [3], 12. 99j-Frank Heckenast Jr [22], 13. 5-Don O'Neal [17], 14. 3s-Brian Shirley [24], 15. 21J-Billy Moyer Jr [25], 16. 72-Mike Norris [5], 17. 76-Brandon Overton [19], 18. 15s-Donny Schatz [16], 19. 1*-Chub Frank [18], 20. 25F-Jason Feger [23], 21. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr. [27], 22. 22-Gregg Satterlee [21], 23. 79-Nick Kurtz [26], 24. 11-Austin Smith [7], 25. 14M-Morgan Bagley [14], 26. 39-Tim McCreadie [11], 27. 16H-Mike Hammerle [28], 28. 5w-Mark Whitener [8]. Qualifying Group 1: 1. 0-Scott Bloomquist, 16.106; 2. 1-Josh Richards, 16.394; 3. 76-Brandon Overton, 16.399; 4. 11-Austin Smith, 16.44; 5. 21-Ivedent Lloyd Jr., 16.502; 6. 21J-Billy Moyer Jr., 16.714; 7. 99j-Frank Heckenast Jr., 16.821; 8. 79-Nick Kurtz, 17.780; 9. 57-Chuck Julien, 17.863. Qualifying Group 2: 1. 2c-Joey Coulter, 16.717; 2. 14M-Morgan Bagley, 16.726; 3. C9-Steve Casebolt, 16.856; 4. 5W-Mark Whitener, 16.930; 5. 20-Jimmy Owens, 17.068; 6. 91-Tyler Erb, 17.085; 7. 18c-Chase Junghans, 17.206; 8. 0f-Coleby Frye, 17.389; 9. 16H-Mike Hammerle, 19.063. Qualifying Group 3: 1. 6-Jared Davenport, 16.466; 2. 777-Jared Landers, 16.474; 3. 20-Rodney Sanders, 16.542; 4. 15L-Darrell Lanigan, 16.720; 5. 25z-Mason Zeigler, 16.858; 6. 2F-Dennis Franklin, 17.106; 7. 25F-Jason Feger, 17.239; 8. 3c-Charles LaPlant, 17.409; 9. 94-Austin Rettig (DNQ). Qualifying Group 4: 1. 15s-Donny Schatz, 16.545; 2. 99B-Boom Briggs, 16.560; 3. 7-Rick Eckert, 16.574; 4. 16T-Tyler Bruening, 16.605; 5. 93-Pancho Lawler, 16.695; 6. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr., 16.995; 7. 7W-Ricky Weiss, 17.211; 8. 14-Tyler Clem, 17.640; 9. 14r-Reid Millard, 18.438. Qualifying Group 5: 1. 39-Tim McCreadie, 16.542; 2. 5-Don O’Neal, 16.778; 3. 18-Eric Wells, 16.827; 4. 17M-Dale McDowell, 16.864; 5. B1-Paul Wilmoth, 17.025; 6. 4d-Chad Hollenbeck, 17.153; 7. 16-Justin Rattliff, 17.331; 8. 77-Jordan Yaggy, 17.429. Qualifying Group 6: 1. 3s-Brian Shirley, 16.317; 2. 22-Gregg Satterlee, 16.699; 3. 72-Mile Norris, 16.801; 4. 25-Shane Clanton, 16.836; 5. 15-Steve Francis, 17.063; 6. 1*-Chub Frank, 17.084; 7. 5B-Kyle Bronson, 17.140; 8. K0-Freddie Carpenter, 17.430. Heat No. 1 (8 laps - Top 3 Transfer): 1. 0-Scott Bloomquist, 2. 11-Austin Smith, 3. 1-Josh Richards, 4. 76-Brandon Overton, 5. 21-Ivedent Lloyd Jr., 6. 99j-Frank Heckenast Jr., 7. 21JR-Billy Moyer Jr., 8. 79-Nick Kurtz, 9. 57-Chuck Julien. Heat No. 2 (8 laps - Top 3 Transfer): 1. C9-Steve Casebolt, 2. 5w-Mark Whitener, 3. 14M-Morgan Bagley, 4. 2c-Joey Coulter, 5. 91-Tyler Erb, 6. 20-Jimmy Owens, 7. 18c-Chase Junghans, 8. 0f-Coleby Frye, 9. 16H-Mike Hammerle. Heat No. 3 (8 laps – Top 3 Transfer): 1. 20-Rodney Sanders, 2. 6-Jonathan Davenport, 3. 777-Jared Landers, 4. 15L-Darrell Lanigan, 5. 25F-Jason Feger, 6. 25z-Mason Zeigler, 7. 2F-Dennis Franklin, 8. 3c-Chris LaPlant, 9. 94-Austin Rettig. Heat No. 4 (8 laps – Top 3 Transfer): 1. 16T-Tyler Bruening, 2. 7-Rick Eckert, 3. 15s-Donny Schatz, 4. 7W-Ricky Weiss, 5. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr., 6. 99B-Boom Briggs, 7. 93-Pancho Lawler, 8. 14-Brandon Sheppard, 9. 14r-Reid Millard. Heat No. 5 (8 laps – Top 3 Transfer): 1. 17M-Dale McDowell, 2. 39-Tim McCreadie, 3. 5-Don O’Neal, 4. 16-Justin Rattliff, 5. B1-Paul Wilmoth, 6. 18-Eric Wells, 7. 4d-Chad Hollenbeck, 8. 77-Jordan Yaggy. Heat No. 6 (8 laps – Top 3 Transfer): 1. 72-Mike Norris, 2. 25-Shane Clanton, 3. 1*-Chub Frank, 4. 22-Gregg Satterlee, 5. 3s-Brian Shirley, 6. 15-Steve Francis, 7. 5B-Kyle Bronson, 8. K0-Freddie Carpenter. Last-Chance Showdown No. 1 (10 laps - Top 4 Transfer): 1. 76-Brandon Overton, 2. 99j-Frank Heckenast Jr., 3. 21JR-Billy Moyer Jr., 4. 2c-Joey Coulter, 5. 21-Ivedent Lloyd Jr., 6. 20-Jimmy Owens, 7. 0f-Coleby Frye, 8. 79-Nick Kurtz, 9. 18c-Chase Junghans, 10. 57-Chuck Julien, 11. 16H-Mike Hammerle, 12. 91-Tyler Erb. Last-Chance Showdown No. 2 (10 laps - Top 4 Transfer): 1. 15L-Darrell Lanigan, 2. 25F-Jason Feger, 3. 7W-Ricky Weiss, 4. 25z-Mason Zeigler, 5. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr., 6. 99B-Boom Briggs, 7. 14-Brandon Sheppard, 8. 93-Pancho Lawler, 9. 3c-Charles LaPlant, 10. 2F-Dennis Franklin, 11. 14r-Reid Millard, 12. 94-Austin Rettig. Last-Chance Showdown No. 3 (10 laps - Top 4 Transfer): 1. 22-Gregg Satterlee, 2. 3s-Brian Shirley, 3. 15-Steve Francis, 4. 16-Justin Rattliff, 5. B1-Paul Wilmoth, 6. 18-Eric Wells, 7. K0-Freddie Carpenter, 8. 77-Jordan Yaggy, 9. 5B-Kyle Bronson, 10. 4d-Chad Hollenbeck.
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