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CRUSA 604 Late Model
A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 17SS-Shan Smith; 2. 2-Trynt Lloyd; 3. 38-Garrett Mosley; 4. 5-Bubba Whitener; 5. 29S-Cameron Saunders; 6. 14JR-Trey Mills; 7. 22-Jonah Bozeman; 8. 6-KYLE BRIDGES; 9. 3R-Ryan Van Sickle; 10. 71-Bo Allen; 11. 615-Colton Trouille; 12. 4H-Cory Howard; 13. 03-Morrie West; 14. 2X4-Chase Collins; 15. 515-David Markham Jr; 16. 2K-Kyle Owen; 17. 55-Cody Stevens; 18. 30-Bodee Stratton; 19. 42-Steven Stratton; 20. 007-Dusty Sparkman; 21. 0-Wayne O’Neal; 22. 51-Larry Anderson; 23. 131-Matt Herlong; 24. 17G-Nevin Gainey; 25. 18-Michael Lloyd; 26. 77-Trever McKinley; 27. 59-Brandon Catto
Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 38-Garrett Mosley; 2. 6-KYLE BRIDGES; 3. 18-Michael Lloyd; 4. 615-Colton Trouille; 5. 22-Jonah Bozeman; 6. 77-Trever McKinley; 7. 03-Morrie West; 8. 0-Wayne O’Neal; 9. 007-Dusty Sparkman
Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 17G-Nevin Gainey; 2. 2-Trynt Lloyd; 3. 5-Bubba Whitener; 4. 3R-Ryan Van Sickle; 5. 2X4-Chase Collins; 6. 30-Bodee Stratton; 7. 51-Larry Anderson; 8. 59-Brandon Catto; 9. 42-Steven Stratton
Heat 3 (8 Laps): 1. 4H-Cory Howard; 2. 14JR-Trey Mills; 3. 29S-Cameron Saunders; 4. 17SS-Shan Smith; 5. 71-Bo Allen; 6. 2K-Kyle Owen; 7. 515-David Markham Jr; 8. 131-Matt Herlong; 9. 55-Cody Stevens
Reeds Metals 602 Late Model
A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 14JR-Trey Mills; 2. 6-Clay Harris; 3. 388-Jackson Hise; 4. 55JR-Devin Walker; 5. 17SSJR-Brenden Smith; 6. 3-Grayson Ott; 7. 25-Wiley McDaniel; 8. 12-Steven Bryant; 9. 11D-Payton Downing; 10. 10-Ty Giles; 11. B1-Sammy Hatcher; 12. D9-Dustin Corbretti; 13. 83-Shawn Taylor; 14. 47-Manny Valderrama; 15. M13-Landon Mathews; 16. 57-Blaine Powell; 17. Z5-Zane Johnson; 18. 9-Nick Johnson; 19. 86-Kody Jett; 20. 25W-JAMES WILLIS; 21. 57G-Wyatt Gainey; 22. 78-Arthur Conquest; 23. 55S-Ricky Stevens; 24. 20K-NICK KIRCUS
Qualifying 1: 1. 55JR-Devin Walker, 00:20.004; 2. 14JR-Trey Mills, 00:20.127; 3. 57G-Wyatt Gainey, 00:20.202; 4. 6-Clay Harris, 00:20.254; 5. D9-Dustin Corbretti, 00:20.337; 6. 17SSJR-Brenden Smith, 00:20.384; 7. 11D-Payton Downing, 00:20.468; 8. 20K-NICK KIRCUS, 00:20.511; 9. 3-Grayson Ott, 00:20.582; 10. M13-Landon Mathews, 00:20.639; 11. 12-Steven Bryant, 00:20.647; 12. 25-Wiley McDaniel, 00:20.688; 13. 83-Shawn Taylor, 00:20.725; 14. 388-Jackson Hise, 00:20.751; 15. 25W-JAMES WILLIS, 00:20.800; 16. B1-Sammy Hatcher, 00:20.977; 17. 78-Arthur Conquest, 00:20.986; 18. 86-Kody Jett, 00:21.004; 19. 10-Ty Giles, 00:21.094; 20. 47-Manny Valderrama, 00:21.107; 21. 57-Blaine Powell, 00:21.237; 22. Z5-Zane Johnson, 00:21.323; 23. 9-Nick Johnson, 00:21.406; 24. 55S-Ricky Stevens, 00:21.562
A Feature 1 (20 Laps): 1. 55-Heath Walker; 2. 31-Jonathan Crain; 3. 5-Shane Taylor; 4. 91-Robert Oneail; 5. 52-Dale Mimbs; 6. NINE-Devin Walker; 7. 119-Brad Nixon; 8. 14D-Rance Damron; 9. 06-Everett Phillips
Heat 1 (6 Laps): 1. 55-Heath Walker; 2. 5-Shane Taylor; 3. 52-Dale Mimbs; 4. 31-Jonathan Crain; 5. 91-Robert Oneail; 6. NINE-Devin Walker; 7. 14D-Rance Damron; 8. 119-Brad Nixon; 9. 06-Everett Phillips
A Feature 1: 1. 27-Patrick Williams; 2. 33-Kevin Durden; 3. 18-Bubba Roling; 4. M25-Zach McDaniel; 5. 882-Ralph Smith
Heat 1: 1. M25-Zach McDaniel; 2. 27-Patrick Williams; 3. 33-Kevin Durden; 4. 18-Bubba Roling; 5. 882-Ralph Smith
Today we would honor such a wonderful and very talented man, Mr. Harvey Jones. The fans, cars and crews sure came in groves and showed us how the Legend meant so much to them.
The first feature of the night, which showed to be an action packed race. Green flag would fly. We would see Patrick Williams (56) out front and would lead the field back to the flag stand. Cars are all over the place making passes 2 and 3 wide at times. Jason Garver (01) would start making his way to the front after starting near the rear of the field. As we see Shane Taylor (82) start gaining on our leader. As our leader was making his way through lap traffic, one of the lapped cars squeezed Durden (56) in the turn 4 wall. After all was said and done Williams (56) would be able to come back to race. After the restart, Bubba Roling (18) would take a wild ride on the turn 2 wall. Man at the action!!! Patrick Williams (56) would lead the field to the checkered flag followed by Zach McDaniel (m25), Shane Taylor (82), Justin Durbin (2b) and Jason Garver (01).
Second Feature of the night would be the Skeeter Cars/ Southern Modifieds. Green Flag is in the air, we would see a big wreck going into turn 1, taking out a lot of cars. Green would wave again. This time we see Lonnie Roberts (181) bring the field back to the flagstand. These cars Mr Harvey Jones sure knew how to win in. But back then a lot more work was put into these cars. We have a lot of technology now, back then you didn’t. Lonnie Roberts would lead the field to the checkered flag followed by Keith Brendell (69), Keith Kendrick (90), Richard Poindexter (14) finishing the feature.
The last feature of the night would be our $10,000 to win Harvey Jones Memorial!! With almost 40 cars showing up to make a 24 car field. We would have one of the most beautiful sites in dirt track racing, a 4 wide Salute with American Flags waving. Then we would have the green flag waved. We are 3 and 4 wide before we even make a lap. We would see Mark Whitener (5) lead the field back to the flag stand. Battle heating up for second place between Joseph Joiner (10) and Jason Welshan (01) wth Joiner (10) taking the spot. By lap five the Hunt the Front Driver Joiner (10) would be reeling in the Magicman Mark Whitener (5) and takes the spot on lap ten! After a caution we would see Micheal Lloyd (18) make his way into second place. We now have lap traffic coming into play and everyone wanting to stay on the bottom, even the leaders. We have now reached the halfway point. It is Joiner (10), Whitener (5), Lloyd (18), Will Herrington (14) and Welshan (01) rounding out your top five cars. After we stack the field up again we would have a restart and have a huge wreck that stared in the middle of the front stretch and end at turn one, taking out a lot of good cars. Green out once again, this time Whitener (5) isn’t letting Joiner (10) far from him. As they are now battling for the lead again. Putting on a show for the fans in the stands. Bad luck would strike for Whitener (5) as he jumps the wall, with his wheel and tire coming off in front of the field. Now, will this play a big part in the event as Whitener (5) will restart the race on fresh tires?? Green flag out for the last time as Joiner (10) would lead them around and never look back!!. Joseph Joiner (10) would lead the field to the checkered followed by Mark Whitener (5), Jason Welshan (01), Jimmy Thomas (22) and Clay Harris (6) rounding out your top five.
Features are as they cross the finish line, not after the tech shed or tire samples.
Thanks to all of our Sponsors of All Tech Raceway we simply could not do it with out each and everyone one of you.
- Reed’s Metals
- 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 Services
- O’Neal Companies
- Woodmen Life
- Wendy’s of Ellisville
- Father and Son’s Fencing
- Clay County Gutters
Report by: Terri Phillips Thornton (Terri Race Reports)
Credited to Billy Dean Photography and a few from Terri Race Reports
After a 2-day event at All-Tech Raceway in Ellisville (Columbia County), Florida, to honor my late husband, Harvey Jones, I am going to attempt to thank everybody involved. I know I will miss some, but know this, I really and truly, appreciate everything from everybody. It was an amazing weekend.
First, I want to thank Wendell and Patty Durrance for all their hard work – not just for this race, but for all the weekends (and the endless days during the week) and least we forget ALL the other staff who work behind the scenes. There is one particular standout – Joe Kelly – who can be seen bouncing around all over with his trusty mic in hand. Joe, you are one of a kind and are truly appreciated and loved by everyone!
Thanks to Crate Racin’ USA ,the many other sponsors, all the drivers, owners, crews and families for putting on a fantastic show. Some of you have raced with Harvey and there are some that never reached the age to race with him. You would have known a man who put his ALL into racing. Good Luck to ALL of you.
And now to the spectators/fans – my thanks to you for having supported racing for so many years. Some of you have been attending the races at a very YOUNG age – 5 weeks to 6 months to now. May you continue attending and enjoying the races for MANY years to come.
Special thanks to Alan Moody for all his involvement in this event. Couldn’t have done it without you.
Also, a special thanks going out to Charles and Richard Poindexter for all your hard work in getting Harvey’s last LATE MODEL ready to make an appearance here. Now, Richard, just get your new #14 ready to race.
Congratulations to Patrick Williams for winning the Pure Stock Feature; Lonnie Roberts for winning the Southern Modified Feature; and Mark Whitener for winning the E-Mod Feature.
Congratulations to Joseph Joiner for putting on such an amazing show, and your kindness to me and my family. You are fantastic! Keep on winning and take care of your lovely wife and beautiful 5-week old daughter!
I know I have forgotten some, but know that all of you are appreciated. The show could not go on without you.
BIG THANKS to Wendell and Patty for providing a Top Notch facility for all of us to “Scratch that Itch!”
Miss Georgia Grace Jones
All-tech Raceway would like to thank each of our fans, drivers and race teams for coming out and enjoying a great night of racing with us. Last night we witnessed something special with 3 drivers winning for the first time at the big half mile speed-plant while one driver continue his hot streak in Late Models.
Here’s Terri’s Race Report.
Reeds Metals 602 Late Model Feature
First Feature of the night would be our Reeds Metals 602 Late Model’s. Green flag would wave, and we would see Nick Kircus (20) lead back to the flagstand. As Devin Walker (55) would try and move up to make his move on Kircus. We have just a nose length lead between Kircus (20) and Walker (55) on lap number 6. Now Nevin Gainey (02) is coming on strong as he is looking at Walker (55). Gainey (02) would take that spot on lap 15. But Nick Kirkus (20) would never look back and brought them all to the checkered flag followed by Nevin Gainey (02), Devin Walker (55), Jackson Hise (388) and Wyatt Gainey (44) round out your top five.
Pure Stock Feature
Second Feature of the night would be the exciting Pure stock Division. Green flag would wave, we would see Joey Haslauer (57) would lead them back to the flag stand. But with over 200 feature wins at the facility over his career would Eddie Gainey (41) be able to run Haslauer (57) down and claim another win?? Battles all throughout the field the drivers are able to make the cars stick anywhere they want them to. Racing is heating up real good. WIth a lap car coming into play Gainey(41) would try his luck once again. But he is not successful as Joey Haslauer (57) would bring them all to the checkered flag followed by Eddie Gainey (41), Bubba Roling (18), Kevin Durden (33) and Curt Spencer (12) rounding out your top five.
Woodmenlife Street Stocks
Third Feature of the night would be our Woodmenlife Street Stocks. Green Flag would wave. We would have Brain Hansford (2) lead the stout field of cars back to the flagstand. We have a hard turn two hit by Cameron Metts (37). Big combination wreck coming into turn one. Green out once more Hansford (2) still out front, but this time David Showers, Jr (18) isn’t letting him get too far away. They are three wide for second between Showers, Jr (18), Metts (37) and Health Walker (55), giving the fans a good ol’ Ice Cream Sandwich coming off of turn two. After a caution could Hansford (2) hold off Metts(37) after he is coming off of three in a row wins?? We have a lot of cushion jumping going on. But Brian Hansford (2) would lead them all back to the checkered flag followed by Cameron Metts (37), Health Walker (55), David Showers, Jr (18) and Johnatan Crain (31) rounding out your top five.
Southern Clash Late Model Feature
Fourth and Final Feature of the night would be the Southern Clash Late Models. Green Flag would wave. We would see Mark Whitener, Sr (5) lead the ground pounding Late Models back to the flag stand. Hard racing all throughout the field as the track has now slicked off. We have for his first appearance in a Southern Clash car Trey Mills (14), and he is making his stance in the stout field of veterans and young guns alike. We would see what appeared to be something break on Johnny Collins (5) sending him over the cushion and into the wall in turn four. Green out once again, battling over all the track yet again. But Mark Whitener, Sr (5) would bring the field to the checkered flag followed by Cla Harris (6), Trey Mills (14), Bubba Whitener (5) and Garrett Mosley (38m) rounding out your top five.
Features are as they cross the finish line. The report doesn’t include what is decided at the tech shed or tire samples.
Thanks to all of our Sponsors of All Tech Raceway we could not do it without each and every one 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)
We are off this weekend to help support the 2021 Borderline Brawl at Waycross Motor Speedway.
Will Florida emerge victorious or will it be Georgia. Only one way to find out so we encourage you to join us for this 5th anniversary tie-breaking event!!
Our next event is May 15 with the Southern Clash Late Models, Reeds Metals 602s, Woodmenlife Street Stocks, and the Pure Stocks.
May 28th and 29th is The Harvey Jone Memorial with $10,000 to win CRUSA Dirt Late Models!
The Short Track Super Series and “The Mighty Rumble” of the Big Blocks Modifieds are back to All-Tech Raceway in 2022. SAVE THESE DATES!
The Bob Hilbert Sportswear Short Track Super Series (STSS) Fueled By GoSunoco Racing will return to the Sunshine State in 2022. The Short Track Super Series has reached an agreement with All-Tech Raceway in Lake City, Florida to present the third annual ‘Sunshine Swing’ in the state of Florida.
- Tuesday, February 8 2022 (Open Practice)
- Wednesday, February 9th 2022
- Thursday, February 10th 2022
- Friday, February 11th 2022
- Saturday, February 12th 2022
Racing for both Short Track Super Series Modifieds & STSS Crate 602 Sportsman. Keep informed about race updates and new information at shorttracksuperseries.com and alltechraceway.com. Most importantly SAVE THE DATES!
Another great night of racing action at All-Tech Raceway. Congratulations to Wayne Risner on your huge SCDRA Lake Desoto Clash win in a heck of a battle with Newman Presnell, Dennis Adkins and Eddie McGrew. Great race. Only slowed by 4 yellows.
Street Stock win go to #37 Cameron Metts on not one but two CRUSA Street Stock wins.
We appreciate all the fans in attendance.
1 #22R Wayne Risner
2 #48 Newman Presnell
3 #A1 Dennis Adkins
4 #132 Brandon Gibson
5 #01 Josh Adkins
6 #11S Casey Shane
7 #X Shannon Barnhill
8 #72 Walker Windham
9 #4M Eddie McGrew
10 Data unavailable
11 #95 Justin Stephens
12 #1 Roger Adkins II
13 #58 John Whisnant
14 #74 Bruce Denman
15 #4 Rick Ricks
16 #11V Ivan Valverde
17 #62 Andrew Smith
18 #10 Isaac Gipson
19 #777 Alan Carter
20 #05 Payne Pickles
21 #65 John Windham
22 #3 Johnny Pendarvis
23 #45 Robert Frohnapfel
24 #11 Jonathan Sarratt
#37 Cameron Metts wins the Street Stock $1000 to Win Friday night feature!
Friday night’s racing was an action packed side by side duel for the win. Saturday night the Street Stock and the SCDRA guys lay it all on the line for the fans. Come out and enjoy the Late Model Simulator behind the grandstands and stop by our concessions stand for an order of Redneck Nachos.
SCDRA TIME TRIALS TOP 10:
- Dennis Adkins sets quickest overall time in round 1 time trials with a lap of 23.540 seconds.
- Wayne Risner – 23.760
- Eddie McGrew – 23.766
- Walker Windham – 23.775
- John Windham – 23.855
- Newman Presnell – 23.860
- Alan Carter – 23.889
- Payne Pickles – 23.927
- Rick Ricks – 24.083
- Josh Adkins – 24.084
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
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; 2. 22-Gregg Satterlee; 3. 20-Jimmy Owens; 4. 00S-Jesse Stovall; 5. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr; 6. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr; 7. 14R-Jeff Roth; 8. 0G-Deshawn Gingerich; 9. 29V-Darrell Lanigan; 10. (DNS) 48W-Win Ingersoll
Summit Racing Equipment Heat Race #2 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 9-Devin Moran; 2. 1S-Brandon Sheppard; 3. 39-Tim McCreadie; 4. 385-Mark Whitener; 5. 14-Josh Richards; 6. 16-Tyler Bruening; 7. 10C-Ryan Crane; 8. 7R-Ross Robinson; 9. 14G-Joe Godsey; 10. 4S-Danny Snyder
Simpson Race Products Heat Race #3 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 3S-Brian Shirley; 2. 18J-Chase Junghans; 3. 71-Hudson O’Neal; 4. 12D-Doug Drown; 5. 17D-Zack Dohm; 6. 311-Clay Harris; 7. 26JR-Jimmy Sharpe Jr; 8. 8A-Rob Anderzack; 9. 00H-Wil Herrington
Ohlins Shocks Heat Race #4 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 76-Brandon Overton; 2. 157-Mike Marlar; 3. 25-Shane Clanton; 4. 25Z-Mason Zeigler; 5. 21-Billy Moyer Jr; 6. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr; 7. 7F-Jason Fitzgerald; 8. 48-Colton Flinner; 9. 14B-John Baker; 10. 6S-Blake Spencer
MyRacePass Heat Race #5 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): 1. 40B-Kyle Bronson; 2. 8-Kyle Strickler; 3. 1-Earl Pearson Jr; 4. 44D-Dalton Cook; 5. 0E-Rick Eckert; 6. 2S-Stormy Scott; 7. 1G-Ryan King; 8. 66C-Matt Cosner; 9. 16S-Sam Seawright
Lucas Oil Heat Race #6 Finish (10 Laps, Top 3 Transfer): “>1. 6-Kyle Larson; 2. 56JR-Tony Jackson Jr; 3. 49-Jonathan Davenport; 4. 44-Stewart Friesen; 5. 81E-Tanner English; 6. 2D-Dan Stone; 7. 3W-Brennon Willard; 8. 20B-Todd Brennan; 9. 24D-Michael Brown
LINE-X B-Main #1 Finish (12 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): 1. 00S-Jesse Stovall; 2. 14-Josh Richards; 3. 20RT-Ricky Thornton Jr; 4. 385-Mark Whitener; 5. 00H-Wil Herrington; 6. 17D-Zack Dohm; 7. 12D-Doug Drown; 8. 7R-Ross Robinson; 9. 10C-Ryan Crane; 10. 311-Clay Harris; 11. 26JR-Jimmy Sharpe Jr; 12. 14G-Joe Godsey; 13. 4S-Danny Snyder; 14. 16-Tyler Bruening; 15. 14R-Jeff Roth; 16. 28E-Dennis Erb Jr; 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; 2. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr; 3. 25Z-Mason Zeigler; 4. 2S-Stormy Scott; 5. 81E-Tanner English; 6. 2D-Dan Stone; 7. 21-Billy Moyer Jr; 8. 7F-Jason Fitzgerald; 9. 44-Stewart Friesen; 10. 6S-Blake Spencer; 11. 24D-Michael Brown; 12. 14B-John Baker; 13. 1G-Ryan King; 14. 3W-Brennon Willard; 15. 16S-Sam Seawright; 16. 44D-Dalton Cook; 17. 66C-Matt Cosner; 18. 48-Colton Flinner; 19. 20B-Todd Brennan
Source and read more at: https://lucasdirt.com
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.