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PONTOON BEACH, IL (July 20, 2007)-National Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer Billy Moyer of Batesville, AR took the lead on the 15th lap and led the remaining 35 circuits to pick up his second Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of ’07 on Friday Night at Tri-City Speedway.  The “Miller-Lite 50” win earned Moyer $10,000 for his fifth career series win.  Moyer had to hold off a hard charging Don O’Neal for the win.  Trailing Moyer and O’Neal to the stripe were Shannon Babb, 23rd starting Terry English and Earl Pearson, Jr.  The cameras of SPEED Channel were on hand to tape the event, which will be shown at a date and time to be announced in the future.

 

O’Neal and Babb would take the front row starting spots after the draw for the three heat race winners.  O’Neal would rocket to the point at the drop of the green as he was hooked up around the brand new 3/8ths mile high banked track.  Moyer, who started third, would run second for one lap until Babb got by him on the second lap of the race.

 

With five laps in the books O’Neal had a good lead over Babb, Moyer, Dewayne Kiefer and Dan Schlieper.  The first caution of the race came out after five laps were complete for Terry English’s flat tire.  English, who had to take a series provisional, started 23rd in the field, but had made his way into contention early on in the race until he suffered the flat.  English quickly pitted under caution and rejoined the field at the back before the green came back out again to restart the race.

 

On the Delaware double file restart O’Neal was still the top dog as he continued to show the way as a three wide battle for third saw Schlieper split Moyer and Kiefer to move into the third slot.  Schlieper was not done yet as he pulled alongside Babb and passed him for second on lap nine.  The second caution would come out for a slowing Randy Korte as the defending UMP Late Model Champion went pit side giving up a top run he had going.

 

On this restart O’Neal kept the lead, as Schlieper would develop a problem with his left front suspension, which caused him to loose several spots on the restart.  Babb then slide back into second with Moyer, who had fallen as far back as fifth, was now in the hunt as he climbed back to third on lap ten.

 

Mark Faust would bring out caution number three with 13 laps scored as he suffered severe front end damage on his race car forcing him from competition as he stopped up against the wall coming out of turn number four.  On the restart O’Neal started to receive a serious challenge from none other than Moyer who jumped by Babb on lap 14 and made a daring pass for the lead on lap 15 to become the new leader of the race.

 

A car that was posing a threat to steal the win was defending Tri-City Speedway track champion, Bryan Collins.  Collins who started 18th on the grid steadily climbed through the field picking off cars lap by lap. Collins first entered the top five back on lap ten then overhauled Kiefer for fourth as 15 laps were complete, just as Moyer passed O’Neal for the lead.

 

Moyer, once he got the lead started to pull away from O’Neal and Collins as the fourth caution would fly for Billy Drake who came to a stop on the racetrack on lap 18.  Drake, who started in a backup car for the event came from the tail of the field to race inside the top ten when he fell out of the race.

 

On the restart Moyer lead O’Neal, Collins, Babb and Pearson to the green flag to begin lap 19.  Babb went side by side with Collins in the race for third, but then took the spot away from Collins on lap 23.  At the halfway mark, Moyer opened up some more distance between himself and O’Neal as Babb was starting to pick up steam as he closed in right on O’Neal’s heels.

 

Collins and Pearson put on a nice race for the large contingent of fans that were on hand to watch the race, as Pearson finally got by Collins on lap 26 to take over the fourth position.

 

The fifth and final caution came out for Scott James, who stopped in the middle of the backstretch.  The final restart of the race saw the race go 21 consecutive laps of green flag racing until the final checkers flew.

 

Moyer had almost an eight car length advantage over O’Neal after the final restart, but Moyer was about to pick up some heavy traffic just ahead of him because with just ten laps left in the race O’Neal started to gain ground on Moyer as Moyer was negotiating lapped traffic and had to change his running line on the track a few times.

 

O’Neal closed the lead to just two car lengths at one point with five laps to go as he took a shot at the lead heading into turn number three, but O’Neal could not keep his momentum up as Moyer split between two cars and that gave him just enough clearance to have enough breathing room over O’Neal as the duo took the white flag, but Moyer had enough of a lead and he made it stand up as he crossed the finish line first to take his first Lucas Oil Series win since March at Brownstown (IN).

 

O’Neal’s late race bid netted him second place at the payoff with Babb finishing in third.  English, earned the Edelbrock Hard Charger of the Race as he tore through the field passing Pearson in the late stages to finish fourth after pitting for a flat tire on lap five.  Pearson’s fifth place finish kept him atop the championship points standings after the race at Tri-City Speedway.

 

In the Lucas Oil Victory Lane, the 49 year-old Moyer was happy with his win, which came in a MasterSbilt Chassis  “Everything worked well on the car, the engines and the tires held up, I am glad we finally got another one of these TV shows.  The crew did a great job, we’re really happy with this race car, every time we roll out of the race shop we feel like we have the equipment to win each time, we have the greatest sponsors and I just feel this four link setup works well at a lot of tracks.”

 

“I was surprised to see the white flag, because there for a while my guys were telling me I had a good lead and then all of a sudden it went away.  The car started to push a little and slow down and I figured he (O’Neal) was right there, he went with a different tire combination and I thought maybe my tires were starting to seal over, so I got on it and it took off better in the last few laps.”

 

Moyer’s win about his MasterSbilt Impala SS was powered by Pro Power Engine and sponsored by Car City, Banner Valley Hauling, J&J Steel, Karl Chevrolet, New Vision Graphics, Platinum Motors and RV’s, Watters Autoland and McCarthy’s One Hour Heating and Air.

 

O’Neal’s return to the series was aboard the Jerry Jones/Jones Core/C.J. Rayburn Monte Carlo SS with Babb snatching third in the Bill Moyer/Car City/C.J. Rayburn Monte Carlo.  English was driving the Triple AAA Fence/ARC Racing Engines entry and Pearson was aboard the Bobby Labonte Racing/LifeLong Locks/MasterSbilt Dodge Charger.

 

Completing the top ten were Donnie Moran, Steve Casebolt, Bryan Collins, Mark Voigt and Scott James.

 

Dan Schlieper was the LifeLong Locks Fast Qualifier for the 31 entrants on hand with a lap of 14.774 seconds.  Shannon Babb, Don O’Neal and Billy Moyer grabbed the Hawk Brake and Quarter Master sponsored heat races and the Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno B-Main went to Mark Faust.

 

Race Summary

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Friday Night, July 20, 2007

Tri-City Speedway-Pontoon Beach, IL

 

LifeLong Locks Fast Qualifier:  Dan Schlieper  14.774 seconds

 

Hawk Brake First Heat (10 Laps-Top 6 Advance):  Shannon Babb, Jimmy Mars, Dan Schlieper, Randy Korte, Scott James, Steve Myers, Denny Woodworth, Mark Faust, Mark Voigt, Tom Seets, Sr.

 

Quarter Master Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 6 Advance):  Don O’Neal, Dewayne Kiefer, Justin Rattliff, Donnie Moran, Damon Eller, Tim Manville, Scott Bloomquist, Rick Rhoades, John Mason, Michael Kloos

 

Hawk Brake Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 6 Advance):  Billy Moyer, Billy Faust, Earl Pearson, Jr., Billy Drake, Steve Casebolt, Chris Smyser, Bryan Collins, Mark Oller, Terry English, Brad Neat, Freddy Smith

 

Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno B-Main (12 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Mark Faust, Bryan Collins, Denny Woodworth, Mark Oller, Mark Voigt, John Mason, Rick Rhoades, Tom Seets, Sr., Brad Neat, Terry English, Freddy Smith

 

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series “Miller-Lite 50” Feature Finish:  Billy Moyer, Don O’Neal, Shannon Babb, Terry English, Earl Pearson, Jr., Donnie Moran, Steve Casebolt, Bryan Collins, Mark Voigt, Scott James, Mark Oller, Chris Smyser, Dewayne Kiefer, Damon Eller, Steve Myers, Freddy Smith, Mike Wallace, Billy Faust, Justin Rattliff, Tim Manville, Denny Woodworth, Billy Drake, Dan Schlieper, Mark Faust, Randy Korte, Jimmy Mars

 

Race Statistics:

 

Entries: 31

Caution Flags:  5

Lap Leaders:  Don O’Neal 1-14, Billy Moyer 15-50

Edelbrock Hard Charger of the Race:  Terry English (Started 23rd and Finished 4th, Advanced 19 Positions)

K&N Clean Pass of the Race:  Billy Moyer

Allstar Performance Performer of the Race:  Donnie Moran

COMP Cams Rookie of the Race:  Damon Eller

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals:  Terry English and Freddy Smith

Track Provisionals:  Mark Voigt and Mike Wallace

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COLUMBUS, MS (July 14, 2007)-In one of the most exciting and hard fought Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series events of the season on Saturday Night at Columbus Speedway, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN repelled all challengers in taking the “Cliburn Tank Lines/Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau” sponsored event earning $10,000 for his all-time series leading 14th career win and his third of the season.  Bloomquist led all 50 laps but had to battle traffic and several other hungry competitors in taking a two-car length win over Dan Schlieper.  Earl Pearson, Jr. finished third to regain the points lead with Steve Casebolt and Justin Rattliff completing the top five.

 

Ronny Lee Hollingsworth and Bloomquist would start on the front row of the main event. The night was ripe with anticipation after an outstanding array of racing in the heat races and B-mains. This set the stage for what would turn out to be a tremendous feature event.

 

Bloomquist would grab the point at the start of the 50 lapper which was being taped before the cameras of SPEED Channel with the youngster, Hollingsworth and Casebolt snaring the second and third spots on the initial lap. 

 

Casebolt would then move to the very inside of the race track with Hollingsworth trying to follow in Bloomquist’ tire tracks up against the outside retaining wall.  The race was moving along rather quickly as a rapid pace was being set by the field.  The first and only caution of the race would come out on lap seven for Scott James who had stopped crossways coming off of turn number four.  James had come into the Columbus event leading the series points, but he had to use a provisional to make the ultra tough lineup as he would restart the race on the back.

 

On the restart Bloomquist would be out in front by himself with Hollingsworth and Casebolt lined up side by side on the Delaware double file restart.  Casebolt would get the advantage on Hollingsworth moving into the second slot on lap eight.

 

Casebolt then would begin to build momentum on the bottom groove as he was closing down on Bloomquist in a hurry.  Bloomquist was maintaining his top groove line as Casebolt would pull even with Bloomquist as the two would run side by side for a couple of circuits as they would be joined by Schlieper, who had moved from the seventh starting spot up to third at this early part of the race.

 

With 15 laps in the books Bloomquist was just out to a two car length lead over Casebolt with Schlieper, Pearson and Rattliff the top five runners.  Hollingsworth who ran strong for the early portion of the race would leave the race track heading pit side putting to end his night of racing.

 

Bloomquist would then start to encounter some lapped traffic by the 18th lap.  That would allow several drivers to close on him as this would set up a classic race through traffic for the top runners.  Schlieper would hound Casebolt lap after lap until racing by him on lap 26.

 

With the last half of the race underway and no cautions to slow the frantic pace Bloomquist would see Schlieper close the margin on him with 20 laps remaining in the race.  What Bloomquist couldn’t see was Schlieper, Casebolt, Pearson and Rattliff were all within striking distance of him as they all battled through heavy traffic as the race track was still showing three distinct grooves this late in the race.

 

Sometimes there was four wide racing up front with the lapped cars being in the mix Schlieper was using the bottom side to close on Bloomquist’ quarter panel on several occasions.  At one point it looked like Schlieper was going to get Bloomquist trapped behind a lapped car, but each time Bloomquist would make the move he needed to keep Schlieper from taking the lead.

 

With five laps to go, the winner was still up in the air as Bloomquist was still having to contend with traffic, but he would make what turned out to be his best move of the race as he split two cars perfectly and that was the ticket he needed to maintain a two car length advantage over Schlieper until the checkers flew.

 

In the Lucas Oil victory lane afterwards Bloomquist along with the large crowd of fans on hand were still trying to catch their breaths after a thrilling race.  “I am sure it looked a lot better from where everyone else was sitting, it wasn’t easy, I saw Dan there a few times, but the car was good we liked the top better than they did, but it also worked good on the bottom as well.  We had to do a couple of slide jobs there in traffic; because it was getting close there with the pressure from Dan, everybody out there drove a good race tonight.” This is one Bad Bull Ring” Wow what a race!!!

 

“I can’t say enough about Vic Hill and the engines he has , I want to thank Bob and Barb Miller, Ohlins, Sweet Manufacturing, Hoosier Tires and everyone else that plays such a great role with our race team, we couldn’t do this without their help,” said the 43 year old National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame member.

 

Bloomquist in his own self designed Bloomquist Race Cars Chevrolet is sponsored by Miller Brothers Coal, Hawkeye Trucking, Sweet Manufacturing, Hoosier Racing Tires, Ohlins Shocks, Allstar Performance and Arizona Sport Shirts with the aforementioned Vic Hill Racing Engine under the hood.

 

Schlieper picked up another strong finish by placing second in his Miller Brothers Coal/Pro Power Engines/C.J. Rayburn Ford Fusion.  Pearson with his third place showing regained the championship points lead in the Bobby Labonte Racing/LifeLong Locks/MasterSbilt Dodge Charger as Casebolt took fourth in the Dale Beitler/Reliable Painting/Rocket Pontiac GTO.  Rattliff finished fifth in the James Rattliff/Rattliff Motors/C.J. Rayburn Chevrolet Monte Carlo.

 

Completing the top ten were Wendell Wallace, who earned the Edelbrock Hard Charger of the Race after starting 18th.  Billy Drake was seventh followed by Terry English, Freddy Smith and Chris Wall.

 

In Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Preliminary action it was Jason Cliburn taking his first career LifeLong Locks fast Time Award with a fast lap of 13.54 seconds around “The Baddest Bullring in the South.”  There were 46 cars that timed in.  Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Earl Pearson, Jr., Scott Bloomquist and Steve Casebolt were the winners in the Hawk Brake and Quarter Master sponsored heat races.  The Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno and Penske Shocks B-mains were taken by Bub McCool and Wendell Wallace. 

 

The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series heads to the Midwest this upcoming weekend with two events.  On Friday Night, July 20th the series comes to the Tri-City Speedway in Pontoon Beach, IL for the third time and on Saturday Night returns for the second time this season to “The Diamond of Dirt Tracks’ the Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, MO.  Both events will pay $10,000 to win and $700 to start.  Friday’s event at the Kevin and Tammy Gundaker promoted facility will be the first time the series has raced on the new 3/8ths mile track.  A special open practice session will be held at Tri-City on Thursday Night from 6-10 pm and the Friday event will have the cameras of SPEED Channel on hand to tape the event which will be shown on a date and time to be announced in the future.  For more information you can log onto www.lucasdirt.com.

 

Race Summary

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Saturday Night, July 14, 2007

Columbus Speedway-Columbus, MS

 

LifeLong Locks Fast Qualifier:  Jason Cliburn 13.540

 

Hawk Brake First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Terry English, Jason Cliburn, Billy Drake, Jimmy Cliburn, Anthony Burroughs, Tony Knowles, Rick Rickman, Jason Sanderford, Roger Shirley, Billy James

 

Quarter Master Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Earl Pearson, Jr., David Breazeale, Freddy Smith, Kenny Merchant, Bub McCool, Brian Rickman, James Ward, Terrence Nowell, Scott Dedwylder, Shawn Edwards, Terrell Stripling, Byron Michaels

 

Hawk Brake Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Scott Bloomquist, Dan Schlieper, Jamie Elam, Chris Wall, Wendell Wallace, Garrett Durrett, Mike Boland, JimBo McDuffie, Justin McRee, Mark Dodson, David Seibers

 

Quarter Master Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Steve Casebolt, Justin Rattliff, Donnie Moran, Dean Carpenter, Damon Eller, Chris Ragan, Clint Logan, Dwight Falcon, Ben McCreary, Greg Fore, Scott James

 

Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Bub McCool, Brian Rickman, Rick Rickman, Tony Knowles, Jimmy Cliburn, Jason Sanderford, Scott Dedwylder, James Ward, Byron Michaels, Terrence Nowell, Shawn Edwards, Roger Shirley, Anthony Burroughs, Billy James

 

Penske Shocks Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Wendell Wallace, Garrett Durrett, Mike Boland, Damon Eller, Chris Ragan, JimBo McDuffie, David Seibers, Ben McCreary, Mark Dodson, Scott James, Dwight Falcon, Justin McRee, Clint Logan

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series “Cliburn Tank Lines/Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau” Feature Event (50 Laps):  Scott Bloomquist, Dan Schlieper, Earl Pearson, Jr., Steve Casebolt, Justin Rattliff, Wendell Wallace, Billy Drake, Terry English, Freddy Smith, Chris Wall, Donnie Moran, David Breazeale, Mike Boland, Kenny Merchant, Brian Rickman, Jamie Elam, Bub McCool, Scott James, Dean Carpenter, Damon Eller, Rick Rickman, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Jason Cliburn, Garrett Durrett

 

Race Statistics:

 

Entries:  46

Yellow Flags:  1

Lap Leaders:  Scott Bloomquist 1-50

Edelbrock Hard Charger Award:  Wendell Wallace (Started 18th and Finished 6th-Advanced 12 Positions)

All-Star Performance Performer of the Race:  Earl Pearson, Jr.

K&N Clean Pass Award: Scott Bloomquist

COMP Cams Rookie of the Race:  Justin Rattliff

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals:  Scott James and Damon Eller

 

Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Standings (After July 14, 2007)

 

1)     Earl Pearson, Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)-3630

2)     Scott James (Lawrenceburg, IN)-3555

3)     Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-3550

4)     Terry English (Benton, KY)-3165

5)     Justin Rattliff (Campbellsville, KY)-3100

6)     Donnie Moran (Dresden, OH)-3065

7)     Billy Drake (Bloomington, IL)-2930

8)   Dan Schlieper (Sullivan, WI)-2865

9)     Damon Eller (Crumpler, NC)-2575

10) Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)-2395

 

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series COMP Cams Rookie of the Year Points Standings (After July 14, 2007)

 

  1. Justin Rattliff (Campbellsville, KY)-3100
  2. Damon Eller (Crumpler, NC)-2575
  3. Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)-2395
  4. Garrett Durrett (Simsboro, LA)-995
  5. Rick Arms (Moss, TN)-520
  6. Mike Mataragas (De Kalb, IL)-355

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TUSCUMBIA, AL (July 13, 2007)-Billy Drake of Bloomington, IL overcame a three car race for the lead taking the top spot on lap 22 and then pulled away from the field to dominate the last half of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event on Friday Night at North Alabama Speedway.  The 36-year-old second generation driver earned his first career Lucas Oil Series victory and thus becomes the 15trh different driver to win a series event in 2007 as he picked up $7,000 for winning the “Heart of the Dixie 40.”  Scott James finished second to regain the points lead with Dan Schlieper, Earl Pearson, Jr. and Justin Rattliff rounding out the top five.

 

Eddie Rickman and Scott James would make up the front row for the main event which marked the second ever appearance by the series at the Jeff Greer promoted facility.  James would grab the lead at the start with Rickman, Schlieper, Justin Rattliff and Earl Pearson, Jr. gaining top five positions with one lap scored.  Schlieper would get by Rickman on lap two as the top five were setting a scorching pace around the 3/8th mile high banked track.

 

With two laps in the books Chris Wall would bring out the first caution as he made a quick pit stop and re-entered the race on the tail.  With the ensuing restart James would maintain his lead for one more circuit until Schlieper overhauled him on lap four to take the point.

 

The race was going along smoothly until lap seven when a multi car pileup in turn two would bring out the red flag to stop the race.  Some of the cars involved included sixth place runner Brad Neat and the series point’s leader heading into the event, Steve Casebolt.  Neat would be done for the night and Casebolt would make repairs but not make it back to the lineup shute in time as the green flag came back out as he was not allowed to re-enter the race while it was under green.

 

Schlieper would keep the lead with Drake now in the thick of things as the two drivers were running very different lines around the race track.  Schlieper was on the topside with Drake running the low groove.  The two would dice it out running side by side every completed lap with Schlieper holding the advantage at the scoring line.

 

While all eyes were on the race for the lead, Rattliff and Pearson were having their own private little race for fourth with Rattliff staying in front of Pearson until Pearson was able to slip by him on the low side on lap 16.

 

The Drake and Schlieper duo then started to enter some traffic by lap 20 and this would allow James to close even further on them.  For one lap they went three wide for the lead in some heavy traffic with Drake emerging as the leader on lap 22.  As the frontrunners were still racing there way through traffic James would sneak by Schlieper to take over second place on lap 23.

 

As the race came down to ten laps to go it was all Drake as he was setting a blistering pace lapping several cars.  With no more caution flags in sight James did his best to keep Drake within eyesight, but Drake was flawless in the remaining laps as he lapped everyone up to the seventh position.

 

Drake would race unchallenged to the finish line securing his first career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win in his first year of traveling full-time with the series.  Drake, who started ninth on the grid, now joins Rick Aukland, Tim Dohm, Justin Rattliff and Jeff Smith as drivers who won their first ever Lucas Oil Series event this season.  It was the fourth win of the season on the series tour for a MasterSbilt Chassis who had three wins previously this year all by Earl Pearson, Jr.

 

In victory lane Drake was highly complimentary on the track prep crew and his own crew, which raced their new MasterSbilt Chassis for just the third time.  “What a great race track, wow we could race all over this thing.  I want to thank my crew, Eric Fulwood, Mark Thoennes and my dad (Steve) for all of their help with the car, you know it was a great race for the lead there early and I thought we might run the whole race like that, but once we got out in front the car performed so well.”

 

This year Drake had recorded two runner-up finishes before finally breaking though at North Alabama.  “It’s great to come to a track like this where you can race all over it, we felt a few times this year we had a car capable of winning but we just couldn’t get that win, now that we have one we’ll keep working for several more.  It’s so tough to win on this series with all the strong competition, you have to be on top of your game week in and week out to run up front, but we’re glad to finally get that first win under our belt.”

 

Drake was driving the Steve Drake owned, MasterSbilt GTO sponsored by Steidinger Construction, Executive Homes, AFCO Racing Products, Outpace Racing Products, Hoosier Racing Tires, Sunoco Race Fuels, Creative Kitchens and Bath and The Wells Family of Benton, KY.

 

James, who finished second regained the series points lead as he piloted the Powell Motorsports/Jay Dickens Racing Engines/Rocket GTO to the finish line just in front of Schlieper in his Miller Brothers Coal/Pro Power Engines/Rayburn Ford Fusion.  Pearson came home fourth in the Bobby Labonte Racing/LifeLong Locks/MasterSbilt Dodge Charger and Ratliff in the James Rattliff/Rattliff Motors/C.J. Rayburn Monte Carlo SS.

 

Completing the top ten were Bub McCool, Johnny Stokes, Donnie Moran, Freddy Smith and Tony Knowles.

 

In preliminary action for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series at North Alabama Earl Pearson, Jr. took the LifeLong Locks Fast Time Award with a lap of 13.06 seconds among the 35 entries on hand.  Scott James, Chris Wall, Justin Rattliff and Eddie Rickman were the winners of the Hawk Brake and Quarter Master heat races.  The Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno and Penske Shocks B-mains went to Johnny Stokes and Bub McCool.  The Edelbrock Hard Charger of the Race was Bub McCool who started 18th and finished sixth.  The K&N Clean Pass of the Race went to Billy Drake for his pass for the lead on lap 22.  Drake also fought through a tough heat race starting seventh and finishing third to earn the ninth starting spot in the feature.  The Allstar Performer of the Race was Dan Schlieper.

 

Race Summary

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

North Alabama Speedway-Tuscumbia, AL

Friday Night, July 13, 2007

 

LifeLong Locks Fast Qualifier:  Earl Pearson, Jr. 13.06 seconds

 

Hawk Brake First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Scott James, Earl Pearson, Jr., Billy Drake, Terry English, Anthony Burroughs, Johnny Stokes, David Gentry, Nik Howell, Dwight Falcon

 

Quarter Master Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Chris Wall, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Steve Casebolt, Brad Neat, David Breazeale, William Burns, Mark Dodson, Tyler Landers, Stacy Caldwell

 

Hawk Brake Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Justin Rattliff, Scott Bloomquist, Rick Rickman, Chris Ragan, Freddy Smith, Brian Rickman, Jerry Jackson, Scott Dedwylder, Billy James

 

Quarter Master Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Eddie Rickman, Dan Schlieper, Tony Knowles, Donnie Moran, Bub McCool, Jerry Owens, Damon Eller, Dean Carpenter

 

Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyne First B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Johnny Stokes, David Gentry, Dwight Falcon, Nik Howell, Anthony Burroughs, Stacy Caldwell, David Breazeale, Tyler Landers, Williams Burns, Mark Dodson

 

Penske Shocks Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Bub McCool, Freddy Smith, Jerry Owens, Jerry Jackson, Brian Rickman, Billy James, Dean Carpenter, Scott Dedwylder, Damon Eller

 

“Heart of the Dixie 40” Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Feature (40 Laps):  Billy Drake, Scott James, Dan Schlieper, Earl Pearson, Jr., Justin Rattliff, Bub McCool, Johnny Stokes, Donnie Moran, Freddy Smith, Tony Knowles, David Gentry, Anthony Burroughs, Eddie Rickman, Damon Eller, Chris Ragan, Dwight Falcon, Scott Bloomquist, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Chris Wall, Rick Rickman, Terry English, Steve Casebolt, Brad Neat, Jerry Owens

 

Race Statistics

 

Entries:  35

Yellow Flags:  2

Red Flags:  1

Lap Leaders:  Scott James 1-3, Dan Schlieper 3-21, and Billy Drake 22-40

Edelbrock Hard Charger of the Race:  Bub McCool (Started 18th and Finished 6th-Advanced 12 Positions)

K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race:  Billy Drake

Allstar Performance Performer of the Race:  Dan Schlieper

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Race: Justin Rattliff

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisional:  Damon Eller

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BULLS GAP, TN (July 7, 2007)-The way the first ever visit by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event at Volunteer Speedway was shaping up it was going to be Bloomquist Race Cars/Team Zero drivers Jimmy Owens and Chris Madden taking home the top two spots on Saturday Night but when it was all said and done it was two other Bloomquist/Team Zero drivers. The boss, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN along with Brady Smith of Solon Springs, WI finishing first and second when the checkers flew.  Bloomquist took his second series win of 2007 and his Lucas Oil Series career leading 13th triumph as he passed Owens on lap 35 and then held off Smith for the win.  Brandon Kinzer of Allen, KY was third with Billy Ogle, Jr. of Knoxville, TN and Donnie Moran of Dresden, OH rounding out the top five.

 

Owens was quick to the point grabbing the lead at the waving of chief starter Cole Lewis’ green flag.  Madden who started second would follow Owens around the high banked dirt track nabbing the runner-up spot at the start with Brad Neat, fifth place starter Scott Bloomquist and Billy Ogle, Jr. heading up the top five with a lap scored.

 

The running order would remain the same for two more circuits until Bloomquist and Ogle would go by Neat to advance to third and fourth place.  The first caution for a slowing Rick Eckert would take place on lap five.

 

With the Delaware double file restarts in effect Owens would have the point all by himself with Madden and Bloomquist lining up door to door for the restart.  When the green flag came back out it would take Bloomquist just two laps to clear Madden for second.

 

Owens had been setting a pretty good pace as the battle for second was being taken of by Bloomquist.  The second caution of the race for a slowing Todd Morrow would once again set up a double file restart and prevent Owens from building his lead over Bloomquist.

 

With this ensuing restart Owens and Bloomquist would pull away from the pack of drivers as Ogle was all over Madden for third.  A car on the move was Brady Smith.  Smith who won his B-main to advance to the 60 lap main event had started 18th but was on a mission as he was around fifth place running Neat by just the 16th lap.

 

Smith who’s only other appearance at “The Gap” was a heat race run and no feature start was using the top side of the high banks as he was pressuring Ogle for fourth.  Ogle had other things on his mind as he was trying to get around Madden who was directly in front of him.

 

While those three drivers were putting on an exciting duel for third Bloomquist was closing down on Owens in the race for the lead.  Owens however was doing his best as Bloomquist was maneuvering his car all over the track trying to find an avenue by Owens.

 

On the 26th lap Ogle would finally get past Madden for third.  The third caution of the race on lap 28 came out for four-time Volunteer Speedway track champion, Vic Hill who stopped on the backstretch.  This would not only tighten the field up for a restart, but it helped bring back Owens and Bloomquist to the rest of the field.  On the restart the drivers could not get another lap in as Scott James, who came into the race as the series points leader slowed in turn four.

 

On the restart to begin lap 29 Smith would sweep to the top groove once again moving by Ogle to take over third.  This would set up a potential one-two-three finish for Bloomquist/team Zero because at the halfway mark it was Owens, Bloomquist and Smith in the top three spots with Ogle and Kinzer both driving GRT prepared chassis running fourth and fifth.

 

Ogle and Kinzer would put on a nice little battle between themselves as Kinzer made the pass for fourth on lap 31.  Up front Bloomquist was really applying the heat to Owens and coming out of turn number two on lap 35 he would go to the inside of Owens down the backshute and take over the lead heading into turn number three.

 

A few laps later Smith would take over second passing Owens on lap 37.  With 20 laps remaining in the race Bloomquist was setting sail as he was making his way around the track putting lapped cars between himself and Smith.  Owens would slip another spot on lap 41 as Kinzer was on the move.

 

Kinzer then was gaining on Smith as Bloomquist was still in the lapping process.  Kinzer closed right on the quarter panel of Smith by lap 48 as the two would go door to door for at least three laps.  With ten laps to go Bloomquist had a four car length cushion between him and the hot race for second place.

 

The fifth and final caution came out for Vic Hill on lap 56 who slowed on the track.  With four laps to go this would set up an exciting restart with Bloomquist on the point and Smith and Kinzer lined up side by side right behind him

 

On the restart Bloomquist would get a good run heading into turn one with Smith and Kinzer hanging right there.  In the waning laps Bloomquist would have enough to hold off both Smith and Kinzer to take his first Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win since East Bay back in February.  For Smith it was his third career runner-up finish in Lucas Oil competition as Bloomquist denied him his first ever series and $10,000 win.  Kinzer equaled his best ever series finish with his third.  Ogle was fourth and Donnie Moran came on late in the race to pass Owens for fifth on the final lap.

 

In victory lane the driver whose race shop is just down the road from Bulls Gap emerged from his car to the partisan cheering crowd.  “I’ll tell you what this place is always exciting and puts on good racing, we were really good and Brady was really good, you could run anywhere out there,” said the 43 year member of the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame.  “It looked like Jimmy’s right front tire gave out, we had a good race there, and we ran a smaller motor here than we normally do and it all worked out and it’s always great to win here in front of family and friends.”  Bloomquist and his crew chief Tommy Hicks were joined in victory lane by sponsors Bob and Barb Miller.  “They have been a great help to my race team for a long time, they are great friends of ours and I can’t thank them enough for their support.”

 

Bloomquist’s Bloomquist Race Cars Chevrolet is sponsored by Miller Brothers Coal/Hawkeye Trucking/Allstar Performance/Sweet Manufacturing/Hoosier Tires/Arizona Sport Shorts and powered by a Vic Hill Racing Engine.

 

Smith who’s best career Lucas Oil Series finishes came in 2005 at Farley, IA and last year at Brownstown, IN grab runner-up honors at the pay window in his AMSOIL/Vic Hill Racing Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars Monte Carlo with Kinzer equaling this third place last month at Talladega (AL) Short Track was driving his Kinzer Drilling/Custom Race Engines/GRT GTO.  Ogle was fourth in the City Bonding Company/Clements Racing Engines/GRT Monte Carlo with Moran in his Custom Cutters/Eddie’s Sunoco/MasterSbilt Impala SS.

 

The rest of the top ten finishers were Jimmy Owens, Ray Cook, Steve Casebolt, Justin Rattliff and Chris Madden.

 

The preliminaries before the main event saw Earl Pearson, Jr. take the LifeLong Locks Fast Time Award and the ten bonus points that go with that.  Pearson toured the 4/10th mile oval with a lap of 12.768 seconds among the 47 entrants on hand.  The Hawk Brake and Quarter Maser sponsored heat races were taken by Ray Cook, Jimmy Owens, Brad Neat and Chris Madden.  The Mason Racin’ rebel Shock Dyno and Penske Shocks B-Main winners were Dan Schlieper and Brady Smith.  The Edelbrock Hard Charger of the Race was Brady Smith, who started 18th and finished second.  Steve Casebolt, who took over the series championship points standings also passed 16 cars after having to take a provisional, was awarded the Allstar Performance Performer of the Race.  The K&N Clean Pass of the Race went to Donnie Moran for his last lap pass on Jimmy Owens.

 

The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series is back in action this upcoming weekend with a Friday Night, July 13th visit to North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL and Saturday Night, July 14th for its yearly visit to Johnny Stokes’ Columbus Speedway in Columbus, MS.  For more information on these events you can check out www.lucasdirt.com this week.

 

Race Summary

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Saturday Night, July 7, 2007

Volunteer Speedway-Bulls Gap, TN

 

LifeLong Locks Fast Qualifier:  Earl Pearson, Jr. 12.768 seconds

 

Hawk Brake First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Ray Cook, Scott Bloomquist, Vic Hill, Earl Pearson, Jr., Dan Schlieper, Rick Rogers, Randy Weaver, Scott James, Eric Wells, Austin Dillon, Michael Smith, Barry Arnold

 

Quarter Master Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Jimmy Owens, Billy Ogle, Jr., Todd Morrow, John Blankenship, Billy Drake, Rodney Kiker, Kerry Jones, Shane Roberts, Jeff Maupin, Anthony White, Randy Davidson, Damon Eller

 

Hawk Brake Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Brad Neat, Donnie Moran, Terry English, Skip Arp, Justin Rattliff, Brady Smith, Freddy Smith, Rick Eckert, Herman Goddard, Jeremy Clements, David Payne, Jamie Oliver

 

Quarter Master Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Chris Madden, Brandon Kinzer, Bobby Giffin, Ricky Arms, Shanon Buckingham, Chris Combs, John Mason, Dale Groves, Jr., Mark Douglas, Scott Sexton, Steve Casebolt

Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Dan Schlieper, Billy Drake, Rick Rogers, Randy Weaver, Kerry Jones, Shane Roberts, Rodney Kiker, Jeff Maupin, Austin Dillon, Anthony White, Randy Davidson, Damon Eller, Eric Wells, Michael Smith, Scott James

 

Penske Shocks Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Brady Smith, Justin Rattliff, Rick Eckert, Shanon Buckingham, Freddy Smith, Chris Combs, Jeremy Clements, Mark Douglas, John Mason, Jamie Oliver, Herman Goddard, David Payne, Dale Groves, Jr., Steve Casebolt

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series “Pizza Plus/Rusty Wallace Auto Group 60” (60 laps): Scott Bloomquist, Brady Smith, Brandon Kinzer, Billy Ogle, Jr., Donnie Moran, Jimmy Owens, Ray Cook, Steve Casebolt, Justin Rattliff, Chris Madden, Brad Neat, Ricky Arms, Rick Rogers, Earl Pearson, Jr., Scott James, Terry English, Vic Hill, Dan Schlieper, Billy Drake, Todd Morrow, Bobby Giffin, Skip Arp, John Blankenship, Rick Eckert

 

Race Statistics:

 

Entries:  47

Yellow Flags:  5

Lap Leaders:  Jimmy Owens 1-34, Scott Bloomquist 35-60

Edelbrock Hard Charger Award:  Brady Smith (Started 18th and Finished 2nd-Advanced 16 Positions)

All-Star Performance Performer of the Race:  Steve Casebolt

K&N Clean Pass Award: Donnie Moran

COMP Cams Rookie of the Race:  Justin Rattliff

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals:  Scott James and Steve Casebolt

 

 

Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Standings (After July 7, 2007)

 

1)     Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-3215

2)     Earl Pearson, Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)-3190

3)     Scott James (Lawrenceburg, IN)-3185

4)     Terry English (Benton, KY)-2850

5)     Donnie Moran (Dresden, OH)-2700

6)     Justin Rattliff (Campbellsville, KY)-2690

7)     Billy Drake (Bloomington, IL)-2485

8)   Dan Schlieper (Sullivan, WI)-2415

9)     Damon Eller (Crumpler, NC)-2285

10) Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)-2270

 

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series COMP Cams Rookie of the Year Points Standings (After July 7, 2007)

 

  1. Justin Rattliff (Campbellsville, KY)-2690
  2. Damon Eller (Crumpler, NC)-2285
  3. Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)-2270
  4. Garrett Durrett (Simsboro, LA)-870
  5. Rick Arms (Moss, TN)-520
  6. Mike Mataragas (De Kalb, IL)-355

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TAZEWELL, TN (July 6, 2007)-Jimmy Owens of Newport, TN had to withstand a late race challenge from Scott James and Scott Bloomquist to win the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series “Toyota of Knoxville 75” on Friday Night at Tazewell (TN) Speedway.  The record crowd that was in attendance saw Owens dominate for most of the race holding a half a lap lead for a good portion of the $10,000 to win main event.  But a late race caution allowed James and Bloomquist to pressure Owens until the checkers fell with Owens winning by just one car length over James.  The 35 year old racer earned his third series win of the season in winning over James, Bloomquist, Brady Smith and Steve Casebolt.

 

Among the four heat race winners eligible for the redraw Owens and current Tazewell points leader Steve Smith would draw the front row starting assignment. Among the delight of his home area fans Owens would sprint to the lead at the drop of the green flag with Smith, Vic Hill, James and Brandon Kinzer the top five after a lap was complete.

 

Owens exploded to a good early lead which was up to as much as a five car advantage over Smith with just five laps scored.  By the tenth circuit Owens was already up to the tail end of the field and with the high speeds around the 1/3rd mile oval Owens would have to choose his avenue in putting those cars a lap down.

 

While Owens was well out in front at this juncture of the race the battle for second was a fierce one between several drivers.  Smith was holding his own as he running in second but Hill, James and Kinzer were hounding him every step of the way.

 

Brady Smith then began to make his presence known as he moved by Kinzer on lap 16 to take over the fifth slot.  James then would finally get by Hill on lap 19 after those two had run side by side for two laps.  James then tried several times to pass Smith diving to the inside of the veteran driver in the turns, but he couldn’t get by him.

 

By the 25th lap Owens was a half a lap ahead of the field as a three wide duel was going on well behind him for second.  Scott Bloomquist, who started tenth then finally got into the top five and began to apply the heat using the top side of the race track.

 

Bloomquist passed Brady Smith and James to take over the third spot and then on lap 31 he overhauled Steve Smith for second.  At this point Bloomquist was still a half a track behind Owens who was having no problems lapping cars as he kept up a torrid pace.

 

The first caution of the race came out on lap 42 when Rodney Kiker slowed on the track with a smoking car.  On the restart Owens would have now a clear track in front of him but Bloomquist and Scott Smith would be lined up right behind him on the Delaware double file restart and it would be a whole new ballgame in the race for the lead.

 

But on the restart even with the field closer to him than they had been in quite some time Owens was able to spurt away again as Bloomquist was running second and now James was back in the hunt as he passed Steve Smith for third after the restart.

 

With 50 laps down Owens was holding a three to four car length advantage over Bloomquist as the second caution of the event came out on lap 53 for a slowing Anthony White.  This again would bunch the field up for the restart with Bloomquist and James lined up door to door behind the race leader, Owens.

 

On this restart James would be the one to take full advantage of the double file restart as he passed Bloomquist on the inside heading into turn number one to go to second place. Owens would again pull out to a three to four car length lead with James, Bloomquist, Brady Smith and Steve Casebolt in the top five running order.  Casebolt had made his way through the field after starting in the 18th position.

 

The third and final caution would come out for Steve Smith on lap 64 as he slowed on the backstretch. With this restart things would get interesting real quick as James and Bloomquist were able to keep a short distanced between themselves and Owens.

 

With less than five laps to go James would really start to stalk Owens as he tracked him down in a hurry and was right on his bumper with three laps to go.  James would be all over Owens taking a peak to the left side of his quarter panel on a couple of occasions.  Bloomquist was right on James as the record setting crowd on hand were really getting stirred up.

 

As the frontrunners took the white flag James would dive down low in turn one, but Owens would keep his car in the racing line and not get out of the groove which James had hoped for as the two raced hard and clean to the finish line with Owens getting the win by just one car length over James.  Bloomquist would finish right on James’ bumper with Brady Smith and Casebolt completing the top five.

 

In front of an excited crown in the Lucas Oil victory lane Owens was out of breath in describing his narrow victory at the end. “We just wanted to keep everyone behind us there at the end, I didn’t want lapped traffic to play an effect on the finish so I kind of slowed down a little and they caught up to me in a hurry.”

 

“As long as we didn’t mess up I figured we were going to be alright if we didn’t get out of the lane we were running, if you got out of the groove there it was a whole new race track.  I really like racing here, the key is you have to watch out for lapped traffic, things happen here so fast, that you can get into trouble real quick,” said Owens who also thanked car owner Mike Reece, who is a Tazewell resident and gave his mom a hug as she was attending her first race in a long time.

 

Owens’ fourth career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win came aboard the Reece Monuments/Gantt Appraisals/Redline Oil/Performance Rod and Custom/Byrd’s Radiators/VP Racing Fuels/Hoosier Tires/Cornett Racing Engines sponsored Bloomquist Race Cars Ford Fusion.

 

James by virtue of his second place finish took over the championship points standings in his Powell Motorsports/Jay Dickens Racing Engines/Rocket GTO.  Bloomquist was third in his Miller Brothers Coal/Vic Hill Racing Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars Chevrolet.  Brady Smith claimed the fourth spot in his AMSOIL/Vic Hill Racing Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars Monte Carlo and Casebolt, who claimed the Edelbrock Hard Charger of the Race Award grabbed fifth after starting 18th in the Dale Beitler/Reliable Painting/Rocket GTO.

 

Completing the top ten were Brandon Kinzer, Chris Madden, Vic Hill, Billy Ogle, Jr. and Dan Schlieper.

 

Preliminary Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series action saw Ricky Arms take the LifeLong Locks Fast Time Award with a fast lap of 12.089 seconds among the near Tazewell record 40 entries.  The all-time record car count for the track is 41 Late Models.  The Hawk Brake and Quarter Master Heat Race sponsored heat races were won by Steve Smith, Scott James, Jimmy Owens and Vic Hill.  The Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno and Penske Shocks B-mains were taken by Ray Cook and Steve Casebolt.  The K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race went to Billy Drake and the Allstar Performance Performer of the Race was awarded to Scott James.

Race Summary

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Tazewell Speedway-Tazewell. TN

Friday Night, July 6, 2007

 

LifeLong Locks Fast Time:  Ricky Arms  12.089  seconds

 

Hawk Brake First Heat: (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Steve Smith, Rick Rogers, Justin Rattliff, Rodney Kiker, Ray Cook, David Crabtree, Tommy Bailey, Ricky Arms, Randy Weaver, Freddy Smith 

 

Quarter Master Second Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Scott James, Brandon Kinzer, Scott Bloomquist, Billy Ogle, Jr., Earl Pearson, Jr., Anthony White, Brad Neat, Billy Drake, Michael Chilton, Shane Roberts 

 

Hawk Brake Third Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Jimmy Owens, Brady Smith, Donnie Moran, Brad Hall, Brian Smith, John Blankenship, David Payne, Jason Trammell, Jeff Neubert, Jeff Wolfenbarger 

 

Quarter Master Fourth Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance):  Vic Hill, Dale McDowell, Dan Schlieper, Chris Madden, Steve Casebolt, Terry English, Tommy Kerr, Troy Eads, Damon Eller, Eric Wells 

 

Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Ray Cook, Anthony White, David Crabtree, Freddy Smith, Tommy Bailey, Brad Neat, Earl Pearson, Jr.

 

Penske Shocks Second B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Steve Casebolt, John Blankenship, Terry English, Tommy Kerr, Brian Smith, David Payne, Damon Eller, Jeff Wolfenbarger, Jeff Neubert, Jason Trammell, Eric Wells, Billy Drake

 

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series “Toyota of Knoxville 75” Feature Finish: (75 Laps) Jimmy Owens, Scott James, Scott Bloomquist, Brady Smith, Steve Casebolt, Brandon Kinzer, Chris Madden, Vic Hill, Billy Ogle, Jr., Dan Schlieper, Justin Rattliff, Donnie Moran, Rick Rogers, Terry English, John Blankenship, Earl Pearson, Jr., Damon Eller, Steve Smith, Anthony White, Brad Hall, Ray Cook, Rodney Kiker, David Crabtree, Dale McDowell

 

Race Statistics:

 

Entries:  40

Yellow Flags: 3 

Red Flags:  0

Lap Leaders: Jimmy Owens 1-75

Edelbrock Hard Charger Award:  Steve Casebolt (Started 18th and Finished 5th-Advanced 13 Positions)

K&N Clean Pass of the Race Award:  Billy Drake

Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Scott James 

Comp Cams Rookie of the Race: Justin Rattliff

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals:  Terry English and Damon Eller

 

Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Standings (After July 6, 2007)

 

  1. Scott James (Lawrenceburg, IN)-3030
  2. Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-3025
  3. Earl Pearson, Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)-3020
  4. Terry English (Benton, KY)-2700
  5. Justin Rattliff (Campbellsville, KY)-2505
  6. Donnie Moran (Dresden, OH)-2495
  7. Billy Drake (Bloomington, IL)-2350
  8. Dan Schlieper (Sullivan, WI)-2275
  9. Damon Eller (Crumpler, NC)-2205
  10. Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)-2095

Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series COMP Cams Rookie of the Year Points Standings (After July 6, 2007)

 

  1. Justin Rattliff (Campbellsville, KY)-2505
  2. Damon Eller (Crumpler, NC)-2205
  3. Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)-2095
  4. Garrett Durrett (Simsboro, LA)-870
  5. Mike Mataragas (De Kalb, IL)-355
  6. Ricky Arms (Moss, TN)-350

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