Larson Dominates Lucas Dirt Season Opener at All-Tech


LAKE CITY, FL (January 23, 2021) – Kyle Larson scored the victory in the first Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event of the season on Saturday night at All-Tech Raceway. The 28-year-old California native earned his second career win in a dirt late model. On his way to Lucas Oil Victory Lane he took the lead from Tyler Erb on lap 14 and proceeded to lap up to the eighth-place finisher, eventually winning the race by a stout 15 seconds.

There was a tight battle for the lead for the first 14 laps as Larson, Erb, and Devin Moran battled for the lead. Larson started sixth and passed Erb for the point, completely dominating the rest of the 50-lap race which went caution free. Moran moved into second on lap 16 and stayed there the rest of the race. New track record holder Mike Marlar came home in third followed by reigning Series Champion Jimmy Owens, and Brandon Sheppard.

Erb started from the pole and looked strong early on, but he couldn’t hold off the hard-charging Larson who skated past Erb and pulled away from the entire field. Marlar got around Erb late in the race as Erb lost three spots in the closing laps to finish sixth. Owens came from the 13th starting spot to salvage a good finish taking fourth, after a good battle with Sheppard.

In Lucas Oil Victory Lane Larson was in amazement of his performance. “I have been asking a lot of people how to run the bottom. I have been really bad every time in a late model about moving around. I can run the top good but moving around I haven’t been very good. So, I just tried to be a lot smoother.  Gosh, my race car was so fast. I could go anywhere I wanted.”

Larson, who in 2020 captured 46 feature events and was the open wheel driver of the year, praised his car owner Kevin Rumley for the win. “Kevin Rumley and everyone who works on this thing, it’s such a pleasure to drive. I cannot believe I won Port Royal last year, and I can’t believe I won here. This is awesome. Thanks to all of the fans in the stands and the ones watching at home.”

Moran was pleased with his second place run in the Tye Twarog-owned entry. It was Moran’s first race since last October after having off-season wrist surgery. “I lost all of my tearoffs early in the race. I couldn’t see the 6 car anyways, he was too far out in front. We will take this top two finish heading to East Bay next week.”

Marlar, who is attempting his first full season with the series was pleased with his opening night performance. “As the track moved around a little bit, I got better. I want to thank Ronnie Delk for giving me this opportunity, my wife Stacy, and my crew for giving me such a good car tonight. Thank you to all of my sponsors and to the fans for everything that you all do for us.”

The winner’s Rumley Engineering owned Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and sponsored by Bilstein Shocks, JVI Group, Mega Plumbing of the Carolinas, Hot Rod Septic Treatment, and D&E Marine.

Completing the top ten were Tyler Erb, Gregg Satterlee, Jonathan Davenport, Kyle Bronson, and Brandon Overton.


Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
Race Summary
General Tire Winter Nationals – Presented by LINE-X
Saturday, January 23, 2021
All-Tech Raceway – Lake City, FL

Allstar Performance Time Trials
Fast Time Group A: Tyler Erb / 17.895 seconds
Fast Time Group B: Mike Marlar / 17.793 seconds (overall)

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 1T-Tyler Erb[1]; 2. 22-Gregg Satterlee[5]; 3. 20-Jimmy Owens[3]; 4. 00S-Jesse Stovall[4]; 5. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[2]; 6. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr[7]; 7. 14R-Jeff Roth[9]; 8. 0G-Deshawn Gingerich[8]; 9. 29V-Darrell Lanigan[6]; 10. (DNS) 48W-Win Ingersoll

Summit Racing Equipment Heat Race #2 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 9-Devin Moran[1]; 2. 1S-Brandon Sheppard[3]; 3. 39-Tim McCreadie[5]; 4. 385-Mark Whitener[2]; 5. 14-Josh Richards[4]; 6. 16-Tyler Bruening[7]; 7. 10C-Ryan Crane[10]; 8. 7R-Ross Robinson[8]; 9. 14G-Joe Godsey[6]; 10. 4S-Danny Snyder[9]

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 3S-Brian Shirley[1]; 2. 18J-Chase Junghans[3]; 3. 71-Hudson O’Neal[2]; 4. 12D-Doug Drown[7]; 5. 17D-Zack Dohm[4]; 6. 311-Clay Harris[8]; 7. 26JR-Jimmy Sharpe Jr[5]; 8. 8A-Rob Anderzack[9]; 9. 00H-Wil Herrington[6]

Ohlins Shocks Heat Race #4 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 76-Brandon Overton[2]; 2. 157-Mike Marlar[1]; 3. 25-Shane Clanton[4]; 4. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[8]; 5. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[5]; 6. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr[6]; 7. 7F-Jason Fitzgerald[7]; 8. 48-Colton Flinner[9]; 9. 14B-John Baker[3]; 10. 6S-Blake Spencer[10]

 Heat Race #5 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 40B-Kyle Bronson[2]; 2. 8-Kyle Strickler[1]; 3. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[3]; 4. 44D-Dalton Cook[4]; 5. 0E-Rick Eckert[7]; 6. 2S-Stormy Scott[5]; 7. 1G-Ryan King[9]; 8. 66C-Matt Cosner[6]; 9. 16S-Sam Seawright[8]

Lucas Oil
 Heat Race #6 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): “>1. 6-Kyle Larson[1]; 2. 56JR-Tony Jackson Jr[4]; 3. 49-Jonathan Davenport[2]; 4. 44-Stewart Friesen[6]; 5. 81E-Tanner English[3]; 6. 2D-Dan Stone[8]; 7. 3W-Brennon Willard[7]; 8. 20B-Todd Brennan[9]; 9. 24D-Michael Brown[5]

LINE-X B-Main #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 1. 00S-Jesse Stovall[1]; 2. 14-Josh Richards[5]; 3. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr[4]; 4. 385-Mark Whitener[2]; 5. 00H-Wil Herrington[18]; 6. 17D-Zack Dohm[6]; 7. 12D-Doug Drown[3]; 8. 7R-Ross Robinson[14]; 9. 10C-Ryan Crane[11]; 10. 311-Clay Harris[9]; 11. 26JR-Jimmy Sharpe Jr[12]; 12. 14G-Joe Godsey[17]; 13. 4S-Danny Snyder[20]; 14. 16-Tyler Bruening[8]; 15. 14R-Jeff Roth[10]; 16. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr[7]; 17. (DNS) 29V-Darrell Lanigan; 18. (DNS) 8A-Rob Anderzack; 19. (DNS) 0G-Deshawn Gingerich; 20. (DNS) 48W-Win Ingersoll

UNOH B-Main #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 1. 0E-Rick Eckert[5]; 2. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr[7]; 3. 25Z-Mason Zeigler[1]; 4. 2S-Stormy Scott[8]; 5. 81E-Tanner English[6]; 6. 2D-Dan Stone[9]; 7. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[4]; 8. 7F-Jason Fitzgerald[10]; 9. 44-Stewart Friesen[3]; 10. 6S-Blake Spencer[19]; 11. 24D-Michael Brown[18]; 12. 14B-John Baker[16]; 13. 1G-Ryan King[11]; 14. 3W-Brennon Willard[12]; 15. 16S-Sam Seawright[17]; 16. 44D-Dalton Cook[2]; 17. 66C-Matt Cosner[14]; 18. 48-Colton Flinner[13]; 19. 20B-Todd Brennan[15]

Source and read more at: https://lucasdirt.com

2021 Lucas Dirt Speedweeks Preview

Batavia, OHIO (January 19, 2021) – The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season is upon us, with racing at three tracks, with ten pay days. The 2021 season starts off with visits to All-Tech Raceway for the General Tire Winter Nationals – Presented by LINE-X, on January 21st – January 23rd, East Bay Raceway Park for the 45th Annual Wrisco Industries Winternationals – Presented by Lucas Oil January 24th – January 30th, and Bubba Raceway Park for the K&N Filters Winter Nationals – Presented by OPTIMA Batteries February 1st – 2nd.

The action will get underway with an open practice on Thursday, January 21st. Friday, January 22nd will officially kick-off the season with a 50-lap, $12,000-to-win event followed by a 50-lap, $15,000-to-win main event on Saturday, January 23rd at All-Tech Raceway.

On Thursday, January 21st, the pit gate will open at 2:00pm with practice from 6:00pm-9:00pm. For any fans getting to town early, the general admission gate will also be open to get a glimpse of the action before official competition begins on Friday. The pit gate will open at 2:00pm on both Friday and Saturday while the grandstands will open at 3:00pm Friday and Saturday. Hot laps each day will begin at 5:30pm with Heat race action at 7:10pm.

For tickets or more information on the General Tire Winter Nationals Presented by LINE-X, visit: www.alltechraceway.com, or call the track office at: (386) 754-7223.

Teams will then make the trek south to Tampa, Florida to East Bay Raceway Park for a thrilling week of racing at the “Clay by the Bay”. The action starts off on Sunday with an open practice from 6:00pm – 9:00pm, with the pit gate scheduled to open at 2:00pm. Beginning Monday, January 25th and continuing through Saturday, January 30th the nation’s top dirt late model drivers will battle it out for nearly $200,000 in prize money.

A full program is scheduled for six straight nights, which includes: Hot Laps, Allstar Performance Time Trials, Heat Races, B-Mains, Berry Barn Strawberry Dash presented by DirtOnDirt.com, and the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series main event. Each day, the Drivers Meeting will take place at 5:00pm, followed by Hot Laps at 5:30pm.

For tickets or more information on the 45th Annual Wrisco Industries Winternationals, visit: www.ebrp.co, or call the track office at: (877) 457-5611.

Following six nights of racing at East Bay Raceway Park, teams will make the trip back north to Bubba Raceway Park, a 3/8 mile, semi-banked, D-shape clay oval to compete for $10,000-to-win both Monday, February 1st and Tuesday, February 2nd. The pit gate is set to open at 2:00pm with the grandstand gates opening at 5:00pm. The Drivers Meeting will be at 5:00pm, Hot Laps set for 5:30pm.

For tickets or more information on the K&N Filters Winter Nationals – Presented by OPTIMA Batteries, visit: www.bubbaracewaypark.com, or call the track office at: (352) 622-9400.

All ten nights of racing will be available Live on MAVTVplus.com, with tape delayed airings on MAVTV Motorsports Network. January 22nd and 23rd at All-Tech Raceway, as well as January 29th and 30th from East Bay Raceway Park will be Live on MAVTV Motorsports Network. To find a full list of providers, visit: mavtv.com/get-mavtv/providers. The events on January 23rd at All-Tech Raceway, January 29th and 30th at East Bay Raceway Park, and February 2nd at Bubba Raceway Park will be tape delayed airings for CBS Sports Network. January 23rd from All-Tech Raceway and January 30th from East Bay Raceway Park are tape delayed airings for NBCSN.


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2020 All-Tech Raceway Season Champions

Before we close out the year, All-Tech Raceway would like to congradulate our 2020 Season Champions.

Its an honor for us to host race’s for you all! We are especially honored to have three up and coming Stars of the sport as Champions.We can’t say enough about these three young men. They have proven week after week why they deserve to be Champions and our sport looks great with these young drivers leading the way into the future.

CRUSA DIRT LATE MODEL Champion : “The Future” Trey Mills
(Age 12)

Reed’s Metals 602 Late Models
Champion : Jackson Hise
(Age 13)

Pure Stocks
Champion :”The Ghost” Bubba Roling
(Age 13)

Below are two great men, drivers , and veterans of our sport.
Heath Walker had a great season and proved why he is “The Dirt Ninja” by chopping down a few wins and the Street Stock Championship!
Donnie Birdwell earned Sportsman of the year for a few reasons.
1.His support of Racing at All-Tech Raceway as well as several other tracks throughout the State and in Georgia.
2.The improvements he has made in The Reeds Metals 602 Division.
3. His noticeable hard work and determination to improve.

Woodman Life Street Stocks
Champion: ” The Dirt Ninja”
Heath Walker

Sportsman of The Year.
Donnie Birdwell.

We’d like to say thanks to the Sponsors that make it possible for these five drivers and their teams to compete at All-Tech Raceway weekly.

Jason Fitzgerald
Stanton Mills
James Simon’s ( Southwark Crane)
Ricky Riedel ( H&R Engines)
GW Performance
Competition Cutz
Triple Crown Trailers
Mills Concrete
Gast Construction
Buckner Construction
John Roling Trucking
Carter Trucking
Wendell’s Trucking
Jason Garver
Computa Tune
Byron’s Tractor inc.
Napa Branford
Southern Bellevue
H&S Directional Drilling.

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Trey Mills Motorsports
Jackson Hise Motorsports
Bubba Roling Racing

News on Banquet and the Top 20 in points will be out in the next few days.
Thank You for your overwhelming support of All-Tech Raceway during the 2020 Racing Season.
We look forward to providing the best Racing has to offer in 2021 and beyond.
See You at the Track.

Clay Harris Wins The Inaugural Reeds Metals 602 Nationals

The Inaugural Reeds Metals 602 Nationals is in the books. Thanks to all the Race Teams and Race Fans who supported this ground breaking event. All-Tech Raceway would like to congratulate Clay Harris and Shane Taylor on their wins last night. Great job to all the racers for putting on fantastic racing in both classes, side by side racing was what the fans came to see and you definitely delivered, Thanks again for your support!

We would also like to say thank you to all who participated in the toy drive for Toys for Tots of Lake City Florida, racers and fans this was a huge success and you have made it possible for multiple family’s to have a wonderful Christmas.

Once again, thank you for the tremendous outpouring of support throughout 2020. Our schedule is out and we can’t wait to get 2021 started.

Merry Christmas Everyone, may you and your family’s have a safe holiday.

All-Tech Raceway!

Prestigious Powell Family Memorial to Pay $25,000 to Win

By Brian McLeod
ELLISVILLE, Fla. — The bitterly sad news hit the short track racing world like an unexpected gut punch, and it’s since had a significant effect on the sport that reaches far and wide ever since it happened on June 7, 1995. That was the date when a small Piper Cherokee negotiating its way through foggy skies crashed in a swamp near Gainesville, Fla., taking away the lives of several members of driver James Powell III’s family, including his parents James “Buddy” Powell and Elizabeth Powell, along with his 4-year-old twin daughters Ashley and Nicole. Two more family members lost their lives in the crash, including his aunt Loveda McNair and his uncle C.J. Powell.
The incident sent the motorsports community into immediate shock during that long-ago summer, and of course changed the young driver’s life forever. Racing on both dirt and pavement from a home base in Astor, Fla., Powell’s successful racing career and his own life seemed to be heading in the right direction as he approached the start of his fourth decade on the planet, and suddenly it all seemed totally insignificant in the face of nearly unbelievable sadness and tragedy.
It remains in many minds as one of the darkest days in Florida short track racing history.
Florida’s Biggest Dirt Track Race
From the worst tragedies spring eternal hope, and now 25 years later, Powell has come to grips as much as possible with a day that broke his heart into a million pieces. The crash gave birth to a special race—appropriately dubbed the Powell Family Memorial—that honors his family’s memory, and it has gradually grown from its first presentation at Ocala (Fla.) Speedway [now known as Bubba Raceway Park] to become what is perhaps dirt track racing’s biggest and most-anticipated event in the Sunshine State.
“My family had previously operated Ocala Speedway for 12 years, but the track had been sold to Paul Pitre, who was a close friend of the family,” Powell said. “After the plane crash, he came to us with the idea for the memorial race, and our family decided that might be a good idea to pay tribute to those who lost their lives. It took legs and did well from the start, and it’s still going strong.”
A New Venue
It will be held this year at All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville, Fla. for the first time on Oct. 22-24, and has been staged at several different facilities (both dirt and paved ovals) over the years. The new site promises to be a huge step for the race, which will pay an eye-popping $25,000 to the winner and be sanctioned as a non-points event by the Adairsville, Ga.-based Crate Racing USA Dirt Late Model Series.
A huge car count is expected, and the grandstands might not be large enough considering the track’s penchant to produce side-by-side racing on a slick and smooth surface, and the race’s overall popularity during its 25-year reign in the Sunshine State.
“When Wendell Durrance [track promoter] told me he felt we should do something special since this was the race’s 25th year, I didn’t know what he meant,” Powell said. “When he said he wanted to pay $25,000 to the winner, he asked me what I thought about that. I said, ‘Holy crap…I think it’s gonna be awesome!’
“He’s gone above and beyond what was expected for our family’s race, and he and his staff have gone out of their way to help us. We’ve always tried to run the race around the date the plane crash happened, which was June 7. I told him I know the date and will never forget it, so we all decided to move the date until later in the year when the weather is cooler, and there’s less chance of rain every day like we have down here during the summer months. The race honors the memory of our family, and they are calling all the time to get our feedback on their plans, and that means a lot to me.”
Former Winners and a Couple Kids
According to track personnel, eight former winners are expected to compete at this year’s version of the highly-prestigious event, led by four-time winner Mark Whitener of Middleburg, Fla., who claimed his victories in 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2018.
Other former winners expected to participate during the giant weekend include Patrick Williams (2006), Johnny Collins (2008), Ivedent Lloyd (2009, 2011), Phillip Cobb (2010), Keith Nosbisch (2012), Jason Fitzgerald (2017) and David Whitener (2019).
The up-and-coming kid brigade will be well represented with expected appearances from 12-year-old Trey Mills and 13-year-old Jackson Hise. Mills has already won races at the facility, despite not yet hitting his teen years. He has also won a feature event at Volusia County Speedway.
Personal Growth From Tragedy
Powell has mentally persevered through painful memories despite the heart-wrenching blow, and today stands strong and firm after a 32-year racing career that a few years ago reached its end. He speaks today with confidence, having grown into a self-assured and successful man from the shy, tousle-haired young kid who barely spoke more than a word or two to curious onlookers while starting his racing career about 10 miles from home in a trademark white No. 19 at Volusia County Speedway in Barberville, Fla.
The youngster at the time was following in his father’s footsteps, as Buddy Powell also competed in the Super Late Model division before his son’s career started to grab traction.
Powell’s life has hit brighter days since the crash that snatched away so many family members, and while he no longer competes as a race car driver, he and wife Kimberly have three children: 5-year-old Brystal, a 9-year-old son Cooper and the oldest, a 13-year-old daughter named Saige.
“I’m 54 years old, but I still feel like I’m about 24,” Powell said. “I just got to a point where I completely lost interest in racing. I drove for Mark Cowheard on pavement for 10-11 years, and we had a lot of fun and enjoyed much success together. That was probably the most fun I ever had in my career was driving for those guys. He got out, and at the time I had a grandmother who was needing care at home, we had our kids to spend our time around, and racing is such a tough business.
“It just takes so much time, and then you get home Sunday morning after the races that you’ve worked hard all week to make, and that day is completely shot because you’re exhausted. After a couple rides with different people, it got to the point where I was asking myself, ‘What in hell are you doing? And I finally said you know what? I’m done.’”
Powell walked away from a sport he’d participated in since he was a young man, and says he never looked back.
“I raced for 32 years, and I guess I just got burned out,” Powell said. “The people changed, others I’d raced with for many years were getting away from it or slowing down, and it got to the point where it was almost like a job. The fun was gone. Now we take time to go out on a boat, or climb into a motorhome with the kids for the weekend, and that’s just what we do. I honestly don’t miss the racing, but we had a really good time for a lot of years with some really great people. I had a good career in the sport, and I’ll always be thankful for those opportunities.”
The Memories Remain
When such sadness strikes a person so young, it’s logical to expect that some extremely difficult personal times will follow. Such was the case with Powell, but he eventually grasped ahold of the entire tragedy, and figured out how to mentally deal with what happened. He even figured out how to relate his own experiences to others, and to help them deal with similar grief-stricken experiences.
“Not a day goes by that I don’t think about all of them,” Powell said. “It’ll never go away, and it’ll always be a part of my life, but you can’t change it. You eventually realize you have to take the cards you were dealt and move forward.
“I’ve actually talked to other families who have experienced similar grief in their lives, and that’s what I always try to tell them. They’ll ask, ‘How did you do it?’ And I just tell them it’s definitely not easy, but you have to keep living your own life and moving forward every day, and just do what you can to honor their memory. That’s pretty much what has gotten me to where I am today.”
While Powell has a firm grip on his own personal feelings after 25 years, there are still those memories that occasionally filter through his mind. He actually focuses on keeping their memory alive, and that includes working to keep a prominent family’s name in peoples’ minds in the tiny town where he lives.
“I can assure you they are all greatly missed daily, and there’s sometimes occasions that two or three times a day something will happen that makes me stop what I’m doing to think about them,” Powell said. “I suppose that will never stop happening as long as I’m around.
“We’ve bought a couple more campgrounds, and we still live in the same area, so we’ve managed to keep the family name involved in the local history. Our family had a good name and my parents did a lot to help people, and I’m proud that we’ve been able to carry that reputation on after what’s happened. That was something that was very important to me after the plane crash, and it’s something I’m very proud we’ve been able to do.”
Racing Family Means Everything
Florida’s racing community will once again pay their utmost respects to the Powell family in mid-to-late October with the 25th running of the annual event, and someone will carry home a huge amount of money. Powell and friends will gather in the track’s parking lot for what he calls “a big ole’ barbecue and a good time for all of our racing friends,” and more memories will be made by some of the most respected folks in the game.
“I might not be driving anymore, but people ask me all the time about this race, and it really is a very important deal to me,” Powell said. “It’s been held at a few different tracks…Inverness, Ocala, Volusia, and it’s sorta like a homecoming every year when people gather for it. You always see people you only see at a racetrack once or twice a year. It’s always good to get up with people you don’t see as often, and it’s a nice feeling to know that people still have that much respect for our family. It truly means a lot to me.”
The event turns a big sweeping corner with its whopping payoff this year, and the importance of that growth is not lost on Powell. The future is brighter than ever for his family’s memorial event, it has become a huge part of Florida racing folklore, and though he no longer straps into a race car’s cockpit on a regular basis, that respect people seem to have for his lost family members makes him happy.
“I honestly think the race is getting stronger than it’s ever been, and to see people honor my family every year for what they stood for as decent, hard-working people, and also to respect what they contributed to the sport…that just means so much to me on a personal level,” Powell said. “To know that so many people have enough respect for us to keep this race going has made a huge difference in our lives, and it’s very important to all of us.”

Terri’s Race Report for 08/15/2020

We at All Tech Raceway wanna thank each and everyone one of you drivers, fans and families for your outstanding amount of support. You all sure know how to make us feel the love. And you know this week on the Discovery Channel is “Shark Week”! Keep that in mind!!!

Everyone started coming in around 2 and didn’t stop until after the features had started. I made it up to the tower after the beginning of our first feature.

I missed the beginning of the Reed’s Metal’s C-Class 602 Late Models. As I walked in it would have 7 laps to go. Clay Harris (6) was out front. But Trey Mills (14jr) is trying both high and low lines just after the restart to get Mike Kopka (12k). As he was able to make it stick to make the pass and take third place. As Clay “The Shark” Harris (6) would bring them to the Checkered Flag followed by Mark Whitener, Jr (5), Trey Mills (14jr), Mike Kopka (12k) and Jackson Hise (388) rounding out your top five.

Next up would be the Pure Stock Division. With a very stance field of cars on tap for this race, the Green Flag would wave. Donnie Oden (22) would spin in front of this stacked up field, and every driver missed him. WOW! Great job by all drivers for your amazing driving and missing him. After a couple restarts, we get a good one. We are three wide after this restart. With Kent Corbin (7), John Roling (18) and Joey Haslauer (57) battling it out. On the move now is Devin Walker (55) he is up to fifth place now. But as he enters turn 3 go goes in a little too hard making him push off of turn four to give up a spot. After some contact on the turn four wall, we will have a two lap shootout to the finish. Green would wave, Haslauer (57) would make a clean start and he never looks back. Joey Haslauer (57) would bring them to the Checkered Flag with Sparks Flying John Roling (18) follows, Curt Spencer (12), Bubba Roling (18B) and Shawn Creech (07) to round out your top five.

Next up would be our Southern Clash Late Models battling it out for a $3000 pay day! Very, very stout field of the best driver’s in the South on hand. Two Veteran driver’s on the front row, Mark Whitener (5) and Ivendent Lloyd, Jr (07). They would bring the field to green. Battles all over the track before we even complete a lap, but Mark Whitener (5) leads the field back to the Flagstand to complete lap number one. Now we see the “Shark” Clay Harris (6) lurking, looking to make a move on the Veteran’s, as he is looking to take second place from Lloyd (07). Great battle for fifth place now between Chad Tuten (51), John Baker (14B). As Tuten (51) would take it. We have caution bunching the field back up. Harris (6) would take an advantage of that restart as he takes the second place spot from Lloyd (07). As hard lunch would strike Lloyd (07) as he brings her into the pit area. Now with a very commanding lead over the field Whitener (5) would have hard luck strike him as well, as he breaks a driveshaft and J-bar ending up in the wall and ending his night. Now, the Lurking Shark, Harris (6), would be in the Hot Seat to take the green. Will it be a true “Shark Week” at All Tech Raceway as well?? After the restart they are battling hard everywhere for those final spots. Trey Person (21) is looking to take Kyle Vansickle (3K) for the fourth place position. And he makes a successful pass. As we have Clay “The Shark” Harris (6) leading them to the Checkered Flag, followed by Jason Fitzgerald (7), Chad Tuten (51), Trey Person (21) and Kyle Vansickle (3K) rounding out your top five.

The Woodmen Life Street Stocks would be up next. Nice field of cars for this one as well! We would see the Green Flag wave as Heath Walker (55) would lead them around for the completion of lap one. But Jason Garver (12) would take that lead as he drives it in deep in turn one and two. Battle is heating up for second place between Sammy (Sambo) Hatcher (B1) and Shawn Washam (12). Moving through the field is Cameron Metts (37) as he is up to fifth place now. Now Walker (55) takes that lead back. After a quick restart Walker (55) out front, but we now see Hatcher (B1) looking at Garver (12) for that second place spot. He makes it stick and takes that second place spot. They will stack back up with five laps to go. Will we see another week,like the last race between Walker (55) and Hatcher (B1)?? This week Walker (55) is a little more commanding and not letting Hatcher (B1) get him this time. As we see the Mayo Missle Health Walker (55) take the Checkered, followed by Sammy “Sambo” Hatcher (B1), Jason Garver (12), Shawn Washam (12W) and Ethan Butts (27) rounding out your top five.

Next and final feature would be the SCDRA division. Great field of them as well, getting ready for their $5000 to win on October 9th and 10th at All Tech Raceway. Wild start as the green flag waves, we see Christian (30) leading the back to the Flagstand. They are battling hard all over the track, two and three wide. You can hear them tapping the gas, imagine if they could get a good grip how fast these guys would be?? The man on the move is Wayne Risner (22) as he was a late arrival. Most know the Bristol Strong story by now, and they had a benefit for his daughter on Saturday making it late for him to get to the track. But he isn’t letting that slow him down for sure. Battle now is for the lead between John Windham (65) and Christian (30) as Windham (65) takes it. With just a few laps remaining, he never looks back. John Windham (65) would bring them to the Checkered Flag, followed by Christian (30), Wayne Risner (22), Smith (162) and Walker Windham (72) rounding out your top five.

Race report are as they come across the line. Official finish will be after tech.

Hope to see you all in two weeks ,August 29th, as we have the 604 Crate Racin’ Late Models, Reed’s C-Class 602 Late Models, Woodman Life Street Stock and the Pure Stocks.

Thanks to all of our amazing Sponsors at All Tech Raceway. We simply could not do it without each and everyone of you!!

  • Reeds Metal Roofing
  • Bubba’s Site Prep
  • Norton Home Improvement
  • Waste Pro
  • Sapp Salvage
  • Waltrip Salvage and Scrap Yard
  • Ocala Restaurant Supply
  • Nevin Gainey Racecars
  • Schrader’s Smoker Service
  • O’Neal Companies
  • Woodmen Life
  • Wendy’s of Ellisville
  • Father and Son’s Fencing
  • Clay County Gutters

Report by:
Terri Phillips Thornton
(Terri Race Report)


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SCDRA Feature Winner / John Windham

Big-Block, Big Bucks: Erick Rudolph Ends ‘Sunshine Swing’ with $10,000 Victory; Grant Hilfiger Crate 602 Sportsman Star

Written by Chris Moore

LAKE CITY, FL – Erick Rudolph capped off the inaugural Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled by Sunoco ‘Sunshine Swing’ by winning the 50-lap, $10,000-to-win main event on Saturday night at All-Tech Raceway.

After having strong runs in both feature’s on Friday night, one cut short for mechanical issues, the Ransomville, N.Y., hot shoe powered his big-block powered No. 25R to the front in the final 10 laps to steal the show.

Rudolph’s one prior STSS victory also paid $10,000-to-win at the ‘York County Nationals’ at Pa.’s BAPS Motor Speedway in 2017.

Sprakers, N.Y.’s Stewart Friesen grabbed the LKQ North Florida $500 ‘Sunshine Swing’ championship with a runner-up finish. He also received a set of VAHLCO Elite Series® Wheels worth $1,400.

Milford, Del.’s Jordan Watson and Sheffield, Mass., native Andy Bachetti led the field to series “starter” Joe Kriss’ green flag in front of a packed house at the Florida half-mile.

The “Wild Child,” Andy Bachetti raced into turn number one to grab the lead. Billy Dunn, of Watertown, N.Y., and Billy Pauch Jr., of Frenchtown, N.J., followed Bachetti ahead of Watson to occupy the top three spots.

The stars of night one at the ‘Sunshine Swing’ – Stewart Friesen and Mat Williamson – were on the charge again, starting eighth and 12th after the Beyea Custom Headers redraw. The two occupied the fifth and sixth spots, respectively, just five laps into the affair.

Pauch Jr. was challenging Andy Bachetti for the lead until the leaders caught lap traffic. Bachetti was able to open his advantage over the rest of the field until lap 15, when Bachetti spun out negotiating lap traffic.

Billy Dunn would inherit the lead and command the race for the next several laps as several drivers around him went pit-side, including several drivers in the top top-10.

Two drivers taking advantage of the chaos in between yellow flags were Mike Gular and Rudolph.

On lap 32, Billy Dunn relinquished the lead to Mat Williamson, and Rudolph pulled up alongside. That restart however, would belong to Mike Gular. Boyertown, Pa.’s Gular restarted fourth, and drove around Savannah, N.Y.’s Matt Sheppard and underneath Rudolph to take second.

One restart later, on lap 39, Gular would do one better, powering around Williamson to take the lead. Williamson would also lose second to Sheppard before the yellow on lap 41.

The restart that changed the race for good, ensued. Gular and Sheppard washed up the track, and Rudolph drove around Williamson and under the two leaders to take the lead for good.

Rudolph survived the remaining restarts to grab the Sunoco checkered flags. Friesen would climb all the way back to second to grab the Sunshine Swing championship. Mike Gular would hang onto third with Billy Pauch Jr., and Matt Sheppard rounding out the top five.

Phoenix, N.Y.’s Larry Wight finished sixth, Beaver Dams, N.Y.’s, Dillon Groover grabbed seventh and the Ocala Restaurant Hard Charger after starting 26th. Williamson faded to eighth, with Belle Mead, N.J.’s Brandon Grosso and Boyertown, Pa.’s Ryan Watt rounded out the top-10 driving for Rick Regalski.

The Crate 602 Sportsman went 30-laps in distance for a $1,500 payday to round out the ‘Sunshine Swing.’ Cresco, Pa.’s Grant Hilfiger started on the pole and led all 30-laps to win the race and the $500 LKQ North Florida ‘Sunshine Swing’ championship.

Despite challenges from Tony Ballestero and Tim Hartman Jr. throughout the race, Hilfiger held onto the lead for his first career STSS win.

Ransomville, N.Y.’s Jim Harbison came from 18th to finish second. Derek Webb, of Watertown, N.Y. finished third. Tim Hartman Jr., of Niskayuna N.Y. and Hamburg, Pa.’s Craig Whitmoyer rounded out the top five.

Racing resumes for the STSS on March 6-7 at Delaware’s Georgetown Speedway with the fifth running of the Melvin L. Joseph Memorial featuring the STSS Velocita-USA South Region presented by Design for Vision and Sunglass Central Modified opener (49 laps, $10,049 to win) and STSS Crate 602 Sportsman South Region lid-lifter (25 laps, $1,490 to win) and a host of other divisions.

All-Tech Raceway is located at 1024 SW Howell Road Lake City, FL 32024. To learn more about the speedway, visit www.alltechraceway.com.

To learn more about the 2020 Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, check out ‘Short Track Super Series’ on Facebook or @ShortTrackSS on Twitter or Instagram.

The Short Track Super Series is presented by American Racer/Lias Tire, Sunoco Race Fuel, Insinger Performance, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Halmar International, Velocita-USA, Design for Vision/Sunglass Central, Evergreen Fuels Inc., ATL Racing Fuel Cells, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, Beyea Custom Headers, Bicknell Racing Products, Dirt Track Digest, EIBACH Springs, Fast Axle, Henry’s Exhaust, Hig Fab, HyperCo, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, Land Hoe Maintenance, K&N, MJK Home Maintenance, Precision Hydraulic & Oil, QA1, Racing Optics, Superior Remodeling, Teo-Pro Car, VAHLCO, Velocita, WELD Racing & Wilwood.


Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Modified Feature Finish (50 laps): ERICK RUDOLPH, Stewart Friesen, Mike Gular, Billy Pauch Jr., Matt Sheppard, Larry Wight, Dillon Groover, Mat Williamson, Brandon Grosso, Ryan Watt, Billy Decker, Matt Stangle, Billy Dunn, Kyle Coffey, Rick Laubach, Kyle Weiss, Demetrios Drellos, Alex Yankowski, Anthony Perrego, Robert Dutton, Danny Johnson, Billy Van Pelt, Jordan Watson, Jim Rasey, David Schilling, Andy Bachetti, Peter Britten, Danny Hieber.

Did Not Qualify (Receive Mike’s Racing Heads $50 Tow Insurance): Nick Mady, Rusty Smith, Justin Haers, Scott Van Gorder, Todd Neiheiser, Ryan Riffe, Clay Tatman, Scott Hitchens, Jeremy Smith, Tyler Siri, Darwin Greene, J.R. Hurlburt, Marshall Hurd, Russell Morseman III, Darren Smith.

‘Sunshine Swing’ Final Modified Points (Top-10): 1) Stewart Friesen 295; 2) Mat Williamson 258; 3) Matt Sheppard 255; 4 – Tie) Billy Pauch Jr. & Erick Rudolph 223; 6) Larry Wight 221; 7) Billy Decker 208; 8) Anthony Perrego 207; 9) Billy Dunn 204; 10) Brandon Grosso 184.

LKQ North Florida Sunshine Swing Champion ($500): Stewart Friesen
Design for Vision/Sunglass Central Champion (Polarized Ray-Ban Sunglasses):
Stewart Friesen
VAHLCO Racing Wheels Champion (ELITE Series® Wheels):
Stewart Friesen

American Racer/Lias Tire Bonuses (FREE Tire): Brandon Grosso (ninth) & Kyle Coffey (14th)
Behrent’s Performance Warehouse Bonuses ($50 Gift Cards):
Billy Pauch Jr. (fourth) & Brandon Grosso (ninth)
Beyea Headers Redraw Bonus ($50):
Mat Williamson
Competition Carburetor Fast Time Award ($50): Mike Gular (18.409 seconds)
Design for Vision/Sunglass Central Bonus (Ray-Ban Sunglasses):
Erick Rudolph(winner)
DIG Race Products Bonus ($100 Certificate):
Dillon Groover(seventh)
EIBACH Springs Bonus ($100 Certificate):
Mat Williamson(eighth)
ERK Steering Bonus ($50): Kyle Weiss(16th)
Henry’s Exhaust Bonus ($50 Certificate):
Billy Decker (11th)
Ocala Restaurant Supply Hard Charger ($200): Dillon Groover (26th to seventh)
Sunoco Race Fuels/Insinger Performance Bonuses ($50 Certificates): Stewart Friesen (second), Matt Stangle (12th) & Billy Van Pelt (22nd)
Wilwood Brakes Bonus ($75 Certificate): Larry Wight (sixth)

Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Crate 602 Sportsman Feature Finish (25 laps):
GRANT HILFIGER, Jim Harbison, Derek Webb, Tim Hartman Jr., Craig Whitmoyer, Payton Talbot, A-Jay Potrzebowski Jr., Jeff Brown, Blaine Klinger, Daniel Morgiewicz, Garrett Given Sr., Michael Mondak, Shawn McPhee, Carl Bittenbender, Antonio Ballestero, Scott Hitchens, Todd Buckwold, Brendan Gibbons, Kevin Chaffee, Michael Ballestero, Brian Sadler, Robert Delormier, Adam White, Bobby Flood, Kevin Sockriter.

‘Sunshine Swing’ Final Crate 602 Sportsman Points (Top-10): 1) Grant Hilfiger 290; 2) Tim Hartman Jr. 260; 3) Antonio Ballestero 242; 4) Jim Harbison 227; 5) Craig Whitmoyer 213; 6) Kevin Chaffee 205; 7) Payton Talbot 192; 8) Blaine Klinger 191; 9) Derek Webb 175; 10 – Tie) Scott Hitchens & Kevin Sockriter 174.

LKQ North Florida Sunshine Swing Champion ($500): Grant Hilfiger
Design for Vision/Sunglass Central Champion (Polarized Ray-Ban Sunglasses):
Grant Hilfiger

American Racer/Lias Tire Bonus (FREE Tire): Daniel Morgiewicz (10th)
Beyea Headers Redraw Bonus ($25): Tim Hartman Jr.
Competition Carburetor Fast Time Award:
Kevin Chaffee (19.467 seconds)
Design for Vision/Sunglass Central Bonus (Ray-Ban Sunglasses):
Grant Hilfiger
DIG Race Products Bonus ($100 Certificate):
A-Jay Potrzebowski Jr. (seventh)
ERK Steering Bonus ($50):
Scott Hitchens (16th)
Evergreen Fuels Inc. Winner’s Bonus ($39):
Grant Hilfiger

Source: http://shorttracksuperseries.com/2020/02/09/big-block-big-bucks-erick-rudolph-ends-sunshine-swing-with-10000-victory-grant-hilfiger-crate-602-sportsman-star/

Davenport Collects First Series Win of the Year

LAKE CITY, FL (February 9, 2020) – Jonathan Davenport, the three-time and defending, Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion, closed out the 2020 Georgia-Florida Speedweeks with his first win of the season on Sunday Night at All-Tech Raceway.  Davenport collected his 48th career series win, at the first-ever Series race held at the Lake City, Florida facility.

Moran jumped to the early lead ahead of Gregg Satterlee, who was making his first start with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series this year. Fourth place starter, Davenport, took the lead from early pacesetter, Devin Moran on lap 20. He sprinted away to win by over three seconds over runner-up finisher, Mike Marlar, in the Rocket Fuels/Rocket. Marlar started in eighth and recorded his best finish of the week.

Brandon Sheppard, a three-time winner at the East Bay Raceway Park Winternationals this week, moved from his 10th starting spot to clear Clanton with two laps to go to finish in third, after a hard-fought battle in the closing laps. Sheppard maintains the Midwest Sheet Metal Point Leader Spoiler Challenge, heading to the series’ next events at Atomic Speedway in Ohio on March 20 and Brownstown Speedway in Indiana on March 21.

Jimmy Owens went to a backup car and took a series provisional to start 24th. Owens moved through the field to finish in fifth, earning Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the race honors.

Davenport, the reigning series champion, was relieved to get his first win of 2020. “You have no idea. My team has worked so hard and we have so much bad racing luck, it’s been unbelievable. Thanks to Lance and Darla Landers, I know they are watching back home. Thanks to Steve Martin, from Nutrien Ag Solutions, for supporting us again this year. This was a brand-new car that we never got to test, and then we had to run it at East Bay. We needed this win.”

Marlar was pleased his runner-up finish in the series’ first appearance at All-Tech Raceway. “This track is so racy. We had a pretty rough week at East Bay, but this track fits me much better. I felt like we had a good run and there was plenty of good racing out there.”

Sheppard, whose worst finish during the eight nights of racing was a tenth, replaced that finish with his third-place finish tonight. “We had a really good car, especially there early in the race. We passed some guys there on the top, but I could run the bottom well too. I should have picked the top on that last restart.  I chose the bottom on Devin because I thought the bottom would be better, but I had my momentum broke there. We had a good race between myself and Clanton, we were fortunate to get by him on the white flag lap. Thanks to all of my crew, we’ve had a great start to this month.”

The winner’s Lance Landers/Double L Motorsports, Longhorn Chassis is powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and sponsored by Nutrien Ag Solutions, Spartan Mowers, Lucas Oil Products, Penske Racing Shocks, VP Fuels, and ASC Warranty.

Completing the top ten were Devin Moran, Tim McCreadie, Josh Richards, Billy Moyer Jr., and Gregg Satterlee.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
Race Summary
Lucas Oil Winter Nationals – presented by GEICO
Sunday, February 9th, 2020
All-Tech Raceway – Lake City, FL

Lucas Oil Time Trials
Fast Time Group A: Tim McCreadie / 17.892 seconds (overall)
Fast Time Group B: Devin Moran / 17.965 seconds

Penske Race Shocks Heat Race #1 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 39-Tim McCreadie[1]; 2. 3S-Brian Shirley[3]; 3. 18X-Michael Page[7]; 4. 40B-Kyle Bronson[5]; 5. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[6]; 6. 2S-Stormy Scott[9]; 7. 20-Jimmy Owens[4]; 8. 16-Tyler Bruening[2]; 9. 14-Josh Richards[8]

FK Rod Ends Heat Race #2 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 5W-Mark Whitener[1]; 2. 48-Colton Flinner[2]; 3. 25-Shane Clanton[3]; 4. 1-Earl Pearson Jr[4]; 5. 15B-Brian Birkhofer[5]; 6. 89-GR Smith[7]; 7. 27-Joe Denby[8]; 8. 94-Charles Powell[6]

Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 9-Devin Moran[1]; 2. 22-Gregg Satterlee[2]; 3. 1S-Brandon Sheppard[4]; 4. 17-Logan Roberson[5]; 5. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr[6]; 6. 81E-Tanner English[3]; 7. 50-Shanon Buckingham[7]; 8. 31-Tyler Millwood[9]; 9. 1ST-Johnny Scott[8]

Ohlins Shocks Heat Race #4 Finish (10 Laps, Top 4 Transfer): 1. 49-Jonathan Davenport[3]; 2. 157-Mike Marlar[2]; 3. 00-Jesse Stovall[5]; 4. 1T-Tyler Erb[4]; 5. 33J-Jeff Mathews[8]; 6. 2D-Dan Stone[6]; 7. 20B-Todd Brennan[7]; 8. 26JR-Jimmy Sharpe[1]

Tiger Rear Ends B-Main #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 21-Billy Moyer Jr[1]; 2. 89-GR Smith[4]; 3. 2S-Stormy Scott[3]; 4. 15B-Brian Birkhofer[2]; 5. 14-Josh Richards[9]; 6. 94-Charles Powell[8]; 7. 27-Joe Denby[6]; 8. (DNS) 20-Jimmy Owens; 9. (DNS) 16-Tyler Bruening

FAST Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (12 Laps, Top 3 Transfer):  1. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr[1]; 2. 81E-Tanner English[3]; 3. 33J-Jeff Mathews[2]; 4. 2D-Dan Stone[4]; 5. 31-Tyler Millwood[7]; 6. 50-Shanon Buckingham[5]; 7. 1ST-Johnny Scott[9]; 8. 20B-Todd Brennan[6]; 9. (DNS) 26JR-Jimmy Sharpe

Lucas Oil Feature Finish (50 Laps):

PosStartCar #CompetitorHometownEarnings
1449Jonathan DavenportBlairsville, GA$11,500
28157Mike MarlarWinfield, TN$6,000
3101SBrandon SheppardNew Berlin, IL$4,100
41125Shane ClantonZebulon, GA$3,250
52420Jimmy OwensNewport, TN$3,550
629Devin MoranDresden, OH$2,300
7139Tim McCreadieWatertown, NY$2,700
82314Josh RichardsShinnston, WV$2,100
91721Billy Moyer JrBatesville, AR$1,900
10622Gregg SatterleeIndiana, PA$1,100
11120Jesse StovallBillings, MO$1,075
1235WMark WhitenerMiddleburg, FL$1,050
131828EDennis Erb JrCarpentersville, IL$1,025
14161TTyler ErbNew Waverly, TX$2,200
151989G.R. SmithStatesville, NC$950
161340BKyle BronsonBrandon, FL$1,625
171417Logan RobersonWaynesboro, VA$900
182081ETanner EnglishBenton, KY$875
19918XMichael PageWinston, GA$850
202550Shanon BuckinghamMorristown, TN$825
2153SBrian ShirleyChatham, IL$800
22748Colton FlinnerAllison Park, PA$800
23212SStormy ScottLas Cruces, NM$1,500
242694Charles PowellBrookville, PA$100
25151Earl Pearson JrJacksonville, FL$1,600
262233JJeff MathewsBrandon, FL$800

Race Statistics

Entrants: 34
Lap Leaders: Devin Moran (Laps 1 – 19); Jonathan Davenport (Laps 20 – 50)
Wrisco Feature Winner: Jonathan Davenport
Margin of Victory: 3.633 seconds
Cautions: Jeff Mathews, Jimmy Owens (Lap 1); Stormy Scott (Lap 2); Colton Flinner (Lap 18); Shanon Buckingham (Lap 23); Michael Page, Tanner English (Lap 29)
Series Provisionals: Josh Richards; Jimmy Owens
Series Emergency Provisionals: Shanon Buckingham; Charles Powell
Big River Steel Podium Top 3: Jonathan Davenport; Mike Marlar; Brandon Sheppard
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race
: Jimmy Owens (Advanced 19 Positions)
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Brandon Sheppard
Allstar Performance Most Laps Led: Jonathan Davenport (31 Laps)
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Brandon Sheppard
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: n/a
Engine Builder of the Race: Cornett Racing Engines
Miller Welders Chassis Builder of the Race: Longhorn Chassis
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Jason Durham (Jonathan Davenport)
Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Jonathan Davenport (Lap #24 – 19.565 seconds)
Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Earl Pearson Jr.
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Tim McCreadie
Time of Race: 37 minutes 33 seconds

Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings:

PosCar #CompetitorHometownPointsEarnings
11sBrandon SheppardNew Berlin, IL1190$37,900
239Tim McCreadieWatertown, NY1150$28,550
39Devin MoranDresden, OH1115$19,925
449Jonathan DavenportBlairsville, GA1075$21,600
51TTyler ErbNew Waverly, TX1050$14,675
6157Mike MarlarWinfield, TN1025$13,700
740BKyle BronsonBrandon, FL980$15,325
820Jimmy OwensNewport, TN975$11,000
921Billy Moyer JrBatesville, AR965$9,600
103sBrian ShirleyChatham, IL960$9,300
1125Shane ClantonZebulon, GA950$9,950
1214Josh RichardsShinnston, WV935$11,375
1328EDennis Erb JrCarpentersville, IL860$5,500
1471Hudson O’NealMartinsville, IN850$6,275
1516Tyler BrueningDecorah, IA790$2,775
1650Shanon BuckinghamMorristown, TN735$7,225
1781ETanner EnglishBenton, KY725$3,675
181Earl Pearson JrJacksonville, FL720$6,350
1922*G.R. SmithStatesville, NC710$4,600
202SStormy ScottLas Cruces, NM655$4,150
210Jesse StovallBillings, MO650$2,175
2294Charles PowellBrookville, PA625$1,700
2317Logan RobersonWaynesboro, VA580$1,800
242dDan StoneThompson, PA560$800

Wrisco Industries Speedweeks Point Standings:

PosCar #CompetitorHometownPoints
11sBrandon SheppardNew Berlin, IL1810
239Tim McCreadieWatertown, NY1675
39Devin MoranDresden, OH1670
449Jonathan DavenportBlairsville, GA1555
51TTyler ErbNew Waverly, TX1510
6157Mike MarlarWinfield, TN1480
725Shane ClantonZebulon, GA1415
820Jimmy OwensNewport, TN1395
921Billy Moyer JrBatesville, AR1380
1014Josh RichardsShinnston, WV1360
1140BKyle BronsonBrandon, FL1355
123sBrian ShirleyChatham, IL1350
1328EDennis Erb JrCarpentersville, IL1270
1425zMason ZeiglerChalk Hill, PA1140
1550Shanon BuckinghamMorristown, TN1125
1616Tyler BrueningDecorah, IA1100
171Earl Pearson JrJacksonville, FL1095
1822*G.R. SmithStatesville, NC1080
1981ETanner EnglishBenton, KY1075
2071Hudson O’NealMartinsville, IN1040
2176Brandon OvertonEvans, GA1020
2218JChase JunghansManhattan, KS1005
232SStormy ScottLas Cruces, NM955
240Jesse StovallBillings, MO895
2594Charles PowellBrookville, PA885

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

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In 2007 Lucas Oil founded its own production house, Lucas Oil Production Studios, dedicated to producing high action motorsports television.  Currently Lucas Oil Production Studios produces over 300 hours of original programming for networks such as CBS, CBS Sports, NBC Sports and MAVTV.  More information about Lucas Oil Products, Inc. visit the company website at:  www.LucasOil.com.

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Stewart Friesen Sweeps ‘Sunshine Swing’ Modified Events, Ballestero Brothers Top Crate 602 Sportsman

Written by Chris Moore

LAKE CITY, FL – Sprakers,  N.Y.’s Stewart Friesen brought his broom to the All-Tech Raceway on Friday night, sweeping each of the first two races of the ‘Sunshine Swing’ for the Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) fueled by Sunoco.

The “Friesen Sweep” at earned him a total of $12,500 after the first two races of the STSS maiden voyage to Florida.

After Mother Nature intervened on Thursday night, the STSS crew gave the Florida faithful a double program for Friday night, and it lived up to the billing.

Friesen started the first feature on the pole starting position after the Beyea Custom Headers redraw with Phoenix, N.Y.’s, Larry Wight starting alongside.

Friesen would grab the early lead while Wight followed in toe as the guys continued learning the new track.

Waterloo, N.Y.’s, Matt Sheppard had quickly climbed from ninth and into the top five.

After a yellow on lap 13 for Queensbury, N.Y.’s, Demetrios Drellos slowing on the backstretch, things got interesting.

Friesen elected to restart on the bottom, giving Wight the top, and Wight took advantage, taking the lead at the exit of turn two. Two laps later, another came out giving Wight lane choice on the ensuing restart.

To everyone’s surprise, Wight chose the bottom, despite taking the lead from the top side on the previous restart. Friesen took advantage, snatching the lead back from Wight.

While the leaders traded spots back and forth, Saint Catherine’s, Ontario’s Mat Williamson had gone from fifth to third on the two restarts, and was challenged Wight for second the next several laps.

Another yellow on lap 24, gave us another double file restart, and again Friesen, the leader, chose the bottom. This time, it worked for him, as he maintained the lead.

It was “Money” Mat, grabbing another spot on a restart, this one moving him into the runner-up spot.

Another yellow two laps later would result in a single-file restart, but Williamson couldn’t do anything with Friesen, as he coasted to his 18th career STSS win.

Mat Williamson would finish second, with Matt Sheppard climbing to third late. Larry Wight faded back to the fourth spot, with Sidney, N.Y.’s, Billy Decker came from 16th to round out the top five. Finishing sixth was Billy Dunn, with Middletown, N.Y.’s, Anthony Perrego finishing seventh, Brisbane, Australia’s, Peter Britten finishing eighth, Belle Mead, N.J.’s came home ninth, with Frenchtown, N.J.’s, Billy Pauch Jr. rounding out the top ten.

The second feature, 40 laps in distance, would not come as easy for Friesen. The fans in attendance and tuning in on Dirt Track Digest TV were treated to a phenomenal race. Matt Sheppard had the pole starting position, along with Watertown, N.Y.’s Billy Dunn on the outside.

Dunn would grab the lead with Sheppard, and Friesen following in toe. Mat Williamson was the man on the move, as he had climbed from seventh to fourth and was catching the top three.

On lap 10, things went haywire at the front of the field. The top four traded spots back and forth while working in lap traffic. At one point, Matt Sheppard went from the lead to fifth in a lap and a half. Billy Dunn lost the lead and gained it back twice in the commotion up front.

A lap 15 yellow gave the field a chance to reset after Milford, Del.’s Jordan Watson got into the wall on the backstretch after being three-‘wide with the two leaders.

On the restart, Dunn would lose the lead for good, as Williamson took the lead from the outside and Dunn could never get it back.

Erick Rudolph was another driver making moves, coming from his 22nd starting position, the Ransomville, N.Y. driver had climbed into the top 10 and was still advancing.

Lap 23 Stewart Friesen went to the outside and began to pressure Mat Williamson, before taking the lead on lap 27.

However, the fight wasn’t over, as Williamson moved up to the outside to follow Friesen as the outside groove became the preferred groove among majority of the drivers in the top 10.

A lap 34 yellow presented Friesen with another choice, this time, he chose the top. Williamson threw everything but the kitchen sink at Friesen but never could get by, as Friesen walked to his second win of the night.

Friesen would say a farewell to his friend Jake Marine, who passed away on Wednesday afternoon, in victory lane following the feature. “We’d always end up BS’ing in the trailer until 2 in the morning at Volusia.”

Mat Williamson would take his second runner-up finish of the night. Anthony Perrego made a charge late to grab the third spot with Matt Sheppard finishing fourth, and Erick Rudolph coming all the way from 22nd to a top five.

Billy Pauch Jr. came from 14th to sixth, with Billy Dunn finishing seventh, Billy Decker coming from 24th to eighth, and Sheffield, Mass.’, Andy Bachetti coming from 26th to ninth, and Peter Britten rounding out the top 10.

The Crate 602 Sportsman feature were also swept, but by a pair of brothers as Michael and Tony Ballestero won each of the 25 lap main events, picking up $1,250 apiece plus the Evergreen Fuels Inc. bonus cash.

In the first feature, Michael Ballestero, of Saratoga Springs, N.Y., would start in fourth and passed Brian Sadler at the halfway point and never looked back. Sadler who led the entire first half of the races car went away from him as the race went on.

Cresco, Pa.’s, Grant Hilfiger made a charge from his twelfth starting spot grab the runner-up spot. Tony Ballestero, of Ballston Spa, N.Y., would come from 11th to third. Niskayuna, N.Y.’s, Tim Hartman Jr. came home fourth and Kevin Chaffee of Bradford, Vt., would round out the top five.

In the second feature, Tony Ballestero would again come from 11th, this time to win a thrilling three-car battle with Grant Hilfiger and Tim Hartman Jr. At one point the three were side-by-side for the lead, with Ballestero passing both on the bottom.

Grant Hilfiger would again come from twelfth and come up one spot short. Tim Hartman Jr. finished third, while Robert Delormier, of Akwesasne, N.Y. finished fourth and Bradford, Vt.’s Kevin Chaffee would again grab the fifth spot.

The “Sunshine Swing” concludes Saturday night with the Modifieds running 50 laps for $10,000 to win and the Crate 602 Sportsman running 30-laps for $1,500 to win. The event will again be carried live on Dirt Track Digest TV. Gates will open at 3 p.m. with hot laps beginning at 6 p.m.

Complete race weeklong race information can be found on the series website: http://shorttracksuperseries.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/01/Sunshine-Swing-Agenda.pdf

All-Tech Raceway is located at 1024 SW Howell Road Lake City, FL 32024. To learn more about the speedway, visit www.alltechraceway.com.

To learn more about the 2020 Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco, visit www.shorttracksuperseries.com, e-mail bdmotorsportsmedia@gmail.com, check out ‘Short Track Super Series’ on Facebook or @ShortTrackSS on Twitter or Instagram.

The Short Track Super Series is presented by American Racer/Lias Tire, Sunoco Race Fuel, Insinger Performance, Bob Hilbert Sportswear, Halmar International, Velocita-USA, Design for Vision/Sunglass Central, Evergreen Fuels Inc., ATL Racing Fuel Cells, Behrent’s Performance Warehouse, Beyea Custom Headers, Bicknell Racing Products, Dirt Track Digest, EIBACH Springs, Fast Axle, Henry’s Exhaust, Hig Fab, HyperCo, Kirkey Racing Fabrication, Land Hoe Maintenance, K&N, MJK Home Maintenance, Precision Hydraulic & Oil, QA1, Racing Optics, Superior Remodeling, Teo-Pro Car, VAHLCO, Velocita, WELD Racing & Wilwood.


Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Modified Feature Finish (30 laps): STEWART FRIESEN, Mat Williamson, Matt Sheppard, Larry Wight, Billy Decker, Billy Dunn, Anthony Perrego, Peter Britten, Brandon Grosso, Billy Pauch Jr., David Schilling, Danny Hieber, Andy Bachetti, Rusty Smith, Alex Yankowski, Kyle Weiss, J.R. Hurlburt, Dillon Groover, Jeremy Smith, Jordan Watson, Erick Rudolph, Rick Laubach, Ryan Krachun, Demetrios Drellos, Danny Johnson, Scott Hitchens.

Did Not Start: Mike Gular.

Did Not Qualify (Receive Mike’s Racing Heads $50 Tow Insurance): Justin Haers, Kyle Coffey, Matt Stangle, Robert Dutton, Clay Tatman, Nick Mady, Todd Neiheiser, Tyler Siri, Darren Smith, Billy Van Pelt, Marshall Hurd, Darwin Greene, Rick Regalski, Scott Van Gorder, Russell Morseman III, Cory Riffe.

American Racer/Lias Tire Bonuses (FREE Tire): Peter Britten (eighth) & Rusty Smith (14th)
Behrent’s Performance Warehouse Bonuses ($50 Gift Cards): Larry Wight (fourth) & Brandon Grosso (ninth)
Beyea Headers Redraw Bonus ($50):
Kyle Weiss
Design for Vision/Sunglass Central Bonus (Ray-Ban Sunglasses):
Stewart Friesen(winner)
DIG Race Products Bonus ($100 Certificate):
Anthony Perrego(seventh)
EIBACH Springs Bonus ($100 Certificate):
Peter Britten(eighth)
ERK Steering Bonus ($50 Certificate): Kyle Weiss(16th)
Henry’s Exhaust Bonus ($50 Certificate):
David Schilling (11th)
Ocala Restaurant Supply Hard Charger ($100): David Schilling (27th to 11th)
Sunoco Race Fuels/Insinger Performance Bonuses ($50 Certificates):
Mat Williamson (second), Danny Hieber (12th) & Rick Laubach (22nd)
Wilwood Brakes Bonus ($75 Certificate): Billy Dunn (sixth)

Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Crate 602 Sportsman Feature Finish (25 laps):
MICHAEL BALLESTERO, Grant Hilfiger, Antonio Ballestero, Tim Hartman Jr., Kevin Chaffee, Scott Hitchens, Kevin Sockriter, Craig Whitmoyer, Daniel Morgiewicz, Payton Talbot, Jim Harbison, Blaine Klinger, Todd Buckwold, Jeff Brown, Adam White, Brendan Gibbons, Brian Sadler, Jim Gallagher Jr., Robert Delormier, Jim Introne Jr., Garrett Given Sr., Michael White, Derek Webb, Bobby Flood, Matt Meade, A-Jay Potrzebowski Sr., Carl Bittenbender.

Did Not Qualify (Receive Mike’s Racing Heads $50 Tow Insurance): Mike Smith, Stephen Lary, Michael Mondak, Shawn McPhee.

American Racer/Lias Tire Bonus (FREE Tire): Craig Whitmoyer (eighth)
Beyea Headers Redraw Bonus ($25):
Grant Hilfiger
Design for Vision/Sunglass Central Bonus (Ray-Ban Sunglasses):
Michael Ballestero
DIG Race Products Bonus ($100 Certificate):
Kevin Sockriter (seventh)
Evergreen Fuels Inc. Winner’s Bonus ($63):
Michael Ballestero
ERK Steering Bonus ($50 Certificate):
Brendon Gibbons(16th)


Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Modified Feature Finish (40 laps): STEWART FRIESEN, Mat Williamson, Anthony Perrego, Matt Sheppard, Erick Rudolph, Billy Pauch Jr., Billy Dunn, Billy Decker, Andy Bachetti, Peter Britten, Larry Wight, Demetrios Drellos, David Schilling, Brandon Grosso, Mike Gular, Dillon Groover, Kyle Weiss, Billy Van Pelt, J.R. Hurlburt, Rick Laubach, Kyle Coffey, Alex Yankowski, Danny Johnson, Jordan Watson, Darren Smith, Danny Hieber, Rusty Smith.

Did Not Qualify (Receive Mike’s Racing Heads $50 Tow Insurance): Russell Morseman III, Rick Regalski, Marshall Hurd, Todd Neiheiser, Scott Van Gorder, Justin Haers, Cory Riffe, Clay Tatman, Matt Stangle, Robert Dutton, Jeremy Smith, Nick Mady, Darwin Greene, Tyler Siri, Scott Hitchens, Ryan Krachun.

American Racer/Lias Tire Bonuses (FREE Tire): Peter Britten (10th) & Mike Gular (15th)
Behrent’s Performance Warehouse Bonuses ($50 Gift Cards):
Matt Sheppard (fourth) & Andy Bachetti (ninth)
Beyea Headers Redraw Bonus ($50):
Andy Bachetti
Design for Vision/Sunglass Central Bonus (Ray-Ban Sunglasses):
Stewart Friesen(winner)
DIG Race Products Bonus ($100 Certificate):
Billy Dunn (seventh)
EIBACH Springs Bonus ($100 Certificate):
Billy Decker(eighth)
ERK Steering Bonus ($50): Dillon Groover(16th)
Henry’s Exhaust Bonus ($50 Certificate):
Larry Wight (11th)
Ocala Restaurant Supply Hard Charger ($100): Erick Rudolph (22nd to fifth)
Sunoco Race Fuels/Insinger Performance Bonuses ($50 Certificates):
Mat Williamson (second), Demetrios Drellos (12th) & Alex Yankowski (22nd)
Wilwood Brakes Bonus ($75 Certificate): Billy Pauch Jr. (sixth)

Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series Fueled By Sunoco Crate 602 Sportsman Feature Finish (25 laps):
ANTONIO BALLESTERO, Grant Hilfiger, Tim Hartman Jr., Robert Delormier, Kevin Chaffee, A-Jay Potrzebowski, Jim Harbison, Blaine Klinger, Craig Whitmoyer, Kevin Sockriter, Adam White, Brian Sadler, Todd Buckwold, Payton Talbot, Garrett Given Sr., Brendan Gibbons, Scott Hitchens, Jeff Brown, Michael Mondak, Derek Webb, Shawn McPhee, Bobby Flood, Daniel Morgiewicz.

Did Not Qualify (Receive Mike’s Racing Heads $50 Tow Insurance): Mike Smith, Carl Bittenbender, Jim Gallagher Jr., Stephen Lary, Michael Ballestero, Matt Meade, Jim Introne Jr., Michael White.American Racer/Lias Tire Bonus (FREE Tire): Blaine Klinger (eighth)
Beyea Headers Redraw Bonus ($25):
Grant Hilfiger
Design for Vision/Sunglass Central Bonus (Ray-Ban Sunglasses):
Antonio Ballestero
DIG Race Products Bonus ($100 Certificate):
Jim Harbison (seventh)
ERK Steering Bonus ($50):
Brendan Gibbons(16th)
Evergreen Fuels Inc. Winner’s Bonus ($38):
Antonio Ballestero

Source: http://shorttracksuperseries.com/2020/02/08/stewart-friesen-sweeps-sunshine-swing-modified-events-ballestero-brothers-top-crate-602-sportsman/