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TAMPA, FL (February 5, 2007)-Rick Aukland of Zanesville, OH came from the seventh starting spot to take his first career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win on Monday Night at East Bay Raceway Park kicking off six straight nights of racing at the 1/3 mile track as the veteran driver earned $5,000 for his exciting win. Aukland survived a heated battle for the lead between himself, Dan Schlieper and Earl Pearson, Jr., Aukland a member of the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame showed his skills in his K&E Trucking/Chase Race Decals/Sweeney Services, Inc./Malcuit Race Engines/MasterSbilt GTO. Schlieper of Sullivan, WI finished a close second in his Miller Brothers Coal/Pro Power Engines/C.J. Rayburn Monte Carlo with Pearson coming home third in the Bobby Labonte Racing/LifeLong Locks/MasterSbilt Dodge Charger. Rounding out the top five were Josh Richards of Shinnston, WV in the Seubert Calf Ranches/Cornett Engines/Rocket Monte Carlo and Donnie Moran of Dresden, Oh in the Custom Cutters/Eddie’s Sunoco/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo. A total of 87 entries were on hand for the event, which marks the third straight year the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series has sanctioned the Winternationals at East Bay. Pearson appeared to be the man to beat early on roaring to a quick seven car length lead from his pole starting position. While Pearson was sprinting away from the field a battle for second was ongoing between Schlieper and Richards with Ricky Arms and Aukland in the top five. Those five stayed in the same running order until a caution came out for a slowed Doug Horton on lap seven. On the Delaware double file restart Pearson was on the point with Schlieper and Richards lined up side by side with Arms and Aukland doing the same behind them. On the restart Aukland stormed by on the outside to get the third spot with eight laps scored. With Pearson and Richards in front of him Aukland made his car stick in the middle as he went by Richards on the tenth circuit and then overtook Pearson for the lead a lap later. With Aukland in front Pearson and Schlieper would dice it out for second with the two going side by side for a couple of laps until Schlieper cleared Pearson on lap 12. Approaching the halfway mark of the race Aukland was showing the way with Schlieper, Pearson, Richards and Donnie Moran in the hunt. Aukland would hold the advantage until Pearson passed him for the point on lap 21. Pearson held the top spot for another lap until Aukland showed he was not going to be denied as he went to the lead again re- passing Pearson with seven laps remaining. Aukland then would have Schlieper breathing down his neck in the final four circuits with Schlieper trying his best to win the opening night event at East Bay for the second year in a row, but on this night it was all Aukland, who would thrill the crowd with his first win at East Bay in 12 years as he would cross the finish line first. Schlieper would out hustle Pearson for second with Richards finishing fourth in front of Moran. In victory lane at Aukland commented that he nearly gave away the win, but “fortunately we got an open hole and got back through.” “I hadn’t tried the outside yet and on the double file restart I felt like I got a good bite and I said let’s roll with it.” “Thanks to K&E Trucking, MasterSbilt and Malcuit and everyone else for all of their help, I really appreciate it.” Completing the Top Ten were Ricky Arms, Matt Miller, Tim Fuller, Rick Eckert and Terry Casey. In preliminary action Shannon Babb was the LifeLong Locks Fast Qualifier with a lap of 14.275, which nearly broke the track record, which is 14.151 seconds. The Hawk Brake and Quarter Master sponsored Heat Race Winners were Ricky Arms, Dan Schlieper, Jackie Boggs, Doug Horton, Rick Aukland and Earl Pearson, Jr. The Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno and Penske Shocks sponsored B-Main victors were Shannon Babb, Damon Eller, Tim Dohm and Billy Drake. Davey Johnson took the Performance Rod and Custom Strawberry Dash, which earned him a spot in the A- Main. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series returns to action for Night 2 of the 2007 East Bay Winternationals on Tuesday Night, February 6th with a complete show of LifeLong Locks Time Trials, Hawk Brake and Quarter Master sponsored Heat races, Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno and Penske Shocks sponsored B-Mains Performance Rod and Custom Strawberry Dash and the $5,000 to win A-Main. Catch all of the action of the 31st Annual East Bay Winternationals live on the internet all week long at www.racetalklive.com.  Race SummaryLucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series East Bay Raceway Park-Tampa, FL Monday, February 5, 2007 LifeLong Locks Fast Time: Shannon Babb 14.275 seconds Hawk Brake First Heat: (10 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Ricky Arms, Donnie Moran, Billy Moyer, Shannon Babb, Kevin Cole, Steve Shaver, Roger Crouse, Rick Rogers, Richie Hedrick, Bob Geiger, Joe Denby Hawk Brake Second Heat: (10 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Dan Schlieper, Terry Casey, Shane Clanton, Jimmy Mars, Justin Rattliff, D.J. Miller, Gerald Davis, Jason Flory, Mark Andersen, Shaw Reed, Jeep VanWormer Quarter Master Third Heat: (10 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Jackie Boggs, Chuck Harper, Damon Eller, Tim McCreadie, Daniel Stone, Bryan Collins, Anthony White, Scott James, Jeff Fortner, Christian Rayburn, Jason McBride Quarter Master Fourth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Doug Horton, Mike Marlar, Brady Smith, Dean Carpenter, Victor Lee, Rohn Moon, Eric Jacobsen, Wendell Wallace, Brian Nuttall, Bob Kleinschmidz Hawk Brake Fifth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Rick Aukland, Matt Miller, Tim Dohm, Dennis Erb, Jr., Don O’Neal, Ray Cook, Adam Hensel, Vic Coffey, C.J. Rayburn, Kristin Flory, Don Mihelich Hawk Brake Sixth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Earl Pearson, Jr., Eddie Carrier, Jr., Darren Miller, Steve Casebolt, Jeff Gress, Patrick Sheltra, John Blankenship, Michael England, Jeff Beyers, D.J. Wells, Garrett Durrett Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Shannon Babb, Billy Moyer, Jimmy Mars, Shane Clanton, Steve Shaver, D.J. Miller, Gerald Davis, Roger Crouse, Richie Hedrick, Justin Rattliff, Bob Geiger, Kevin Cole, Jason Flory, Rick Rogers Penske Shocks Second B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Damon Eller, Brady Smith, Dean Carpenter, Rohn Moon, Daniel Stone, Bryan Collins, Jeff Fortner, Wendell Wallace, Jason McBride, Christian Rayburn, Tim McCreadie, Anthony White, Bob Kleinschmidz, Eric Jacobsen, Brian Nuttall, Scott James Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno Third B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Tim Dohm, Dennis Erb, Jr., Ray Cook, C.J. Rayburn, Patrick Sheltra, Darren Miller, John Blankenship, Jeff Gress, Don Mihelich, Vic Coffey, D.J. Wells, Steve Casebolt, Adam Hensel, Don O’Neal, Kristin Flory, Garrett Durrett Penske Shocks Fourth B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Billy Drake, Mike Mataragas, Terry English, Joe Morris, Davey Johnson, Marshall Austin, Jr., John Mason, Bub McCool, Mike Petersak, Frank Shickel, Jr., Wayne Chinn, Scott Riggs, Jordan Bland, Randy Korte, Josh McGuire Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Feature Finish: (30 laps): Rick Aukland, Dan Schlieper, Earl Pearson, Jr., Josh Richards, Donnie Moran, Ricky Arms, Matt Miller, Tim Fuller, Rick Eckert, Terry Casey, Steve Francis, Shannon Babb, Billy Moyer, Tim Dohm, Billy Drake, Chuck Harper, Dennis Erb, Jr., Mike Marlar, Eddie Carrier, Jr., Damon Eller, Mike Mataragas, Davey Johnson, Brady Smith, Jackie Boggs, Doug HortonRace Statistics: Entries: 87 Yellow Flags: 2 Red Flags: 0 Lap Leaders: Earl Pearson, Jr. 1-10, Rick Aukland 11- 20, Pearson 21-22, Aukland 23-30 Edelbrock Hard Charger Award - Billy Moyer (started 21st and finished 13th-advanced 8 positions) Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Rick Aukland Comp Cams Rookie of the Race - Ricky Arms K&N Clean Pass Award – Rick Aukland  

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CALVERT CITY, KY (October 28, 2006)- Ricky Arms of Moss, TN picked up the biggest win of his racing career on Saturday Night as he won the 10th Annual Commonwealth Cup at the Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway.  The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event win for Arms was his first ever as he became the 17th different winner during the 2006 season for the Series.  The 37 year old won $10,000 for his efforts.  Arms was behind the wheel of the Tom Herron owned/Metal-Lite, Inc./Arms Body Shop/White's Total Performance/NAPA Auto Parts/Perfect Walls, Inc./Race Engine Design powered C.J. Rayburn Chevrolet Monte Carlo.  Despite an ill handling race car with severe front end damage Steve Francis of Ashland, KY managed to finish second in the Valvoline/Freeport Recycling Center/Rocket Dodge Charger with Scott James of Lawrenceburg, IN finishing third in the Powell Motorsports/Baylor Trucking/Rocket Pontiac GTO.  Completing the top five were Dan Schlieper of Sullivan, WI in the Miller Brothers Coal/Hawkeye Trucking/C.J. Rayburn Monte Carlo and Chris Combs of Isom, KY in the Tim Short Automotive/D&D Dairy/Swartz GTO.  A total of 78 cars were on hand for the Series' season finale at the Sherri Heckenast promoted facility.   Earl Pearson, Jr. of Jacksonville, FL was officially crowned the 2006 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion for the second season in a row.  Pearson won three Series events in '06 and had 19 top five finishes and 26 top ten finishes to win the title.  To go along with his Championship season on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tour Pearson also captured three high profile events during the campaign including the $24,999 to win 99 event at Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway in late May, the $25,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned Hillbilly 100 Labor Day weekend at the Tyler County (WV) Speedway and the most prestigious race in dirt late model racing the $39,000 to win World 100 at Eldora (OH) Speedway in September.  Pearson drives for the Dunn-Benson Ford Motorsports Team which is owned by Carlton and Kemp Lamm from Dunn, NC and sponsored by Lucas Oil Products, Dunn-Benson Ford, Sunoco Race Fuels, K&N Engineering, Allstar Performance and the car is powered by a Larry Wallace Racing Engine.   Pearson and Brian Birkhofer would lead the 26 car starting field to the green with Birkhofer taking the lead from his outside front row starting spot with one lap scored.  Scott Bloomquist would go to third early on with Michael England and Don O'Neal making up the top five.  Pearson would pull even with Birkhofer as the two would run side by side on several occasions in the first five circuits of the race as O'Neal and England would also duke it out for fourth as those two would swap spots at least three times in the first part of the race.   Pearson would gain the advantage in the tight battle for the lead as he would take the top spot away from Birkhofer on the seventh lap as.England's night would end on lap seven as he would bring out the first caution of the race coming to a stop at the bottom of the track off of turn number two.  Greg Johnson then would become a member of the top five club as he would line up fifth on the restart.  Peyton Taylor in his first career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series start would bring out caution number two on lap nine as his car came to halt in turn number three.   The race would get five good green flag laps in with Pearson in front followed by Birkhofer, Bloomquist, Johnson and 20th starting Steve Francis who both bypassed O'Neal on the 10th lap to take over fourth and fifth respectfully. Up front Birkhofer would make the outside work for him as he retook the lead from Pearson on lap 13.  The third caution of the race fell for O'Neal on lap 14, as caution number four would follow quickly a lap later for Dick Taylor.   On the restart to begin lap 16 Bloomquist would make his way to the front getting by both Birkhofer and Pearson to take over the lead.  Francis would charge some more with a head of steam as he moved into the runner-up slot behind Bloomquist on lap 17.  Caution number five and six would come out in back to back moments in the race with 18 laps scored.   On the restart Johnson would suffer a flat causing caution number seven on lap 20.  On the restart Bloomquist would still be shown the leader with Francis all over him for the lead.  A lap 24 caution for debris would halt Bloomquist's momentum again. Birkhofer was holding down the third spot at this point with 24th starting Russ Scheffler now in the mix as he was up to fourth with 17th place starter Dennis Erb, Jr. also on the move up to fifth.   Erb moved up another position on lap 27 overhauling Scheffler for fourth as he appeared to be the fastest car on the race track at this point of the event.  Scheffler's run would end in turn two on lap 29 as he brought out the caution. On the restart Bloomquist had everyone looking at his rear bumper with 20 laps to go.  Francis, Birkhofer, Erb and Donnie Moran were the top five behind Bloomquist with 30 laps complete.   Erb's night however would end on lap 32 as he went pitside putting him out of the race after running as high as fourth.  The jumbled top five would see Moran now fourth and Pearson back in the hunt in fifth.  The top five would stay the same as nine good green flag laps of racing would take place with Bloomquist holding a comfortable advantage over Francis and Birkhofer.   With 40 laps scored the complexion of the race would change completely as Bloomquist was entering lapped traffic. Bloomquist was preparing to lap Matt Miller when Miller would get sideways forcing Bloomquist to spin and as he nearly regained control of the car he stopped along with Moran.  Both Bloomquist and Moran were relegated to the tail as they both had stopped on the race track.  Bloomquist decided then that he would not continue in the race as he took his car to the pits.  Right before the caution flag Birkhofer exited the track with a smoking car giving up his third running position.   On the restart Francis would be on the point. But Francis had been doing a tremendous job of driving his car as the front nosepiece of his mount was ripped off on the left side and the rest of it would be dragging under the front of his car making handling almost impossible. Ricky Arms would be the beneficiary of the restart as he would line up second beside third place running Scott James who had to take a provisional to make the race after a heat race incident. Arms and James, who started 25th on the grid would have Jason Feger and Schlieper lined up behind them on the restart.   With a high rate of attrition Arms' main focus was passing Francis for the lead which he did after Francis' car drifted up the race track on lap 44.  There were two consecutive cautions that took place with 44 laps complete.  With six to go on the restart Arms would be the car to beat as Francis trying to fight off James for second.  Arms would take his number 4 entry to the finish to score the $10,000 win.  Francis somehow held on for second despite his ill handling race car as James, Schlieper and Chris Combs would round out the top five.   In victory lane Arms seemed almost stunned to end up there as he first handled the SPEED Channel post race interview and then told the fans "It's been a bad year for us, I mean we'd be leading races and something would happen or we'd get caught up in somebody else's accident and take us out of a good finish, it's nice that the shoe is on the other foot sometimes like tonight where people had problems and we didn't."  Arms a successful modified driver before running a limited schedule in late models last year is competing in his first full year of late model racing.  "I mean to win this race is great and all the great cars that were here, we'll take it"   Completing the top ten were Jason Feger, John Blankenship, Earl Pearson, Jr., Dick Taylor and Jordan Bland.    In preliminary action Brian Birkhofer was the overall fastest qualifier in the Comp Cams Time Trials for the 78 entries on hand.  The six PBM Performance Products Heat Race Winners were Scott Bloomquist, Brian Birkhofer, Michael England, Earl Pearson, Jr., Don O'Neal and Dan Schlieper.  The Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main went to John Blankenship. the Penske Shocks Second B-Main was won by Steve Francis and the Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno Third B-Main was taken by Randy Weaver.   The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" went to Scott James who not only earned the Allstar Performance Performer of the race as he passed advanced 22 positions from his 25th starting spot to finish third.  The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" was awarded at each Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event in 2006.   The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Annual Awards Banquet will take place on Saturday Night, November 18 at the Marriott Hotel in Downtown Indianapolis.  For the latest information on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series you can visit the series' website at www.lucasdirt.com or call the Series office at (951) 532-2503.

Event Summary Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Saturday Night, October 28, 2006 Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway-Calvert City, KY   Comp Cams Overall Fast Time:  Brian Birkhofer 14.313 seconds   PBM Performance Products First Heat:  (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Scott Bloomquist, Greg Johnson, Donnie Moran, John Blankenship, Frank Heckenast, Jr., Charlie Hess, Damon Eller, Mutt Trotter, Evan Lents, Chad Evans   PBM Performance Products Second Heat:  (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Brian Birkhofer, Darren Miller, Peyton Taylor, Rodney Melvin, Joey Mack, Mike Schulte, Rod Reed, Gerry Reedor, Brad Neat, Troy Gay, Rylan Dagg, Wally Forsythe   PBM Performance Products Third Heat:  (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Michael England, Frankie Martin, Chris Combs, Joe Mike III, Donnie Rollins, Jimmy Owens, Steve Francis, Justin Rattliff, Steve Rushin, Kerry Hansen, Scott James, Charles Boze, Joe Morris   PBM Performance Products Fourth Heat: (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Earl Pearson, Jr., Matt Miller, Jordan Bland, Jason Feger, Lee Thomason, Jeff Glisson, John Clemmons, Chris Shelton, Fred Perry, Bruce Unterbrink, William Simmons   PBM Performance Products Fifth Heat:  (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Don O'Neal, Terry English, Dennis Erb, Jr., Russ Scheffler, Randy Sellars, Jamie Elam, Rusty Griffaw, Phil Walker, Jerry Rutherford, Mike Hammerle, Brian McDaniel, Freddy Smith, Darrell Brown   PBM Performance Products Sixth Heat:  (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Dan Schlieper, Ricky Arms, Dick Taylor, Randy Weaver, Steve Casebolt, John Tindal, Chuck Hummer, Ben Kittrell, Joey Lingauer, Joe Burba, Dylan Thompson, Kevin Cole, Jeff Beyers   Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance):  John Blankenship, Brad Neat, Rodney Melvin, Mike Schulte, Damon Eller, Charlie Hess, Mutt Trotter, Joey Mack, Frank Heckenast, Jr., Gerry Reeder, Wally Forsythe, Rod Reed   Penske Shocks Second B-Main:  (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance):  Steve Francis, Jason Feger, Charles Boze, Chris Shelton, William Simmons, Kerry Hansen, Tim Brown, Fred Perry, Lee Thomason, Justin Rattliff, Joe Mike III, Donnie Rollins, Scott James   Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno Third B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance):  Randy Weaver, Russ Scheffler, Phil Walker, Rusty Griffaw, Dylan Thompson, Mike Hammerle, Brian McDaniel, Jerry Rutherford, Joe Burba, Chuck Hummer, Joey Lingauer, Darrell Brown, Steve Casebolt, Freddy Smith, Jamie Elam   Commonwealth Cup Feature Finish:  (50 laps):  Ricky Arms, Steve Francis, Scott James, Dan Schlieper, Chris Combs, Jason Feger, John Blankenship, Earl Pearson, Jr., Dick Taylor, Jordan Bland, Greg Johnson, Donnie Moran, Frankie Martin, Scott Bloomquist, Brian Birkhofer, Matt Miller, Dennis Erb, Jr., Russ Scheffler, Randy Weaver, Terry English, Don O'Neal, Darren Miller, Steve Casebolt, Peyton Taylor, Michael England, Brad Neat  Event Statistics Entries:  78 Caution Flags: 12 Red Flags: 0 Lap Leaders: Brian Birkhofer 1-6, Earl Pearson, Jr. 7-12, Birkhofer 13-15, Scott Bloomquist 16-42, Steve Francis 43, Ricky Arms 44-50 Allstar Performance Performer of the Race:  Scott James (Started 25th and finished 3rd, advanced 22 positions) K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race:  Scott James Hawk Brake Tough Break: Michael England Quarter Master Move of the Race: Steve Francis On the Edge Graphics Fastest Non Qualifier: Jimmy Owens Weld Wheels Award: Brad Neat Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Race: Steve Casebolt Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Scott James and Steve Casebolt  Final 2006 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Standings 1.  Earl Pearson, Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)-6045 2.  Don O'Neal (Martinsville, IN)-5410 3.  Donnie Moran (Dresden, OH)-5330 4.  Scott James (Lawrenceburg, IN)-4920 5.  Matt Miller (Waterville, OH)-4830 6.  Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-4535 7.  Scot Bloomquist (Mooresburg, TN)-4040 8.  Freddy Smith (Seymour, TN)-3975 9.  Michael England (Glasgow, KY)-3710 10. Darren Miller (Chadwick, IL)-2585  Final 2006 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Year Points Standings 1.  Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-4535 2.  Michael England (Glasgow, KY)-3710 3.  Brady Smith (Solon Springs, WI)-2265 4.  Corey Conley (Wellsburg, WV)-1990 5.  Damon Eller (Crumpler, NC)-1750

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CONCORD, NC (October 11, 2006)- Billy Moyer of Batesville, AR raced to his third Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of 2006 as he captured the Jani-King Southern Showdown on Wednesday Night at The Dirt Track @ Lowe's Motor Speedway. The 48 year old National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame member earned $10,000 for his first ever win at the Concord, NC facility. Moyer took the lead on the 20th lap from Mike Balzano and then went on to take the win in front of a capacity crowd. Moyer behind the wheel of his J&J Steel/Banner Valley Hauling/Petroff Towing/Karl Chevrolet/Watters Auto Land/Red Line Oil/Platinum Motors and RV's/McCarthy's One Hour Heating and Air/ Pro Power Engines/C.J. Rayburn Race Cars Monte Carlo. Shannon Babb of Moweaqua, IL would trail Moyer across the line in second in the Car City/J&J Steel/C.J. Rayburn Race Cars Monte Carlo. Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Points Leader, Earl Pearson, Jr. of Jacksonville, FL came from his 12th starting position to finish third in the Carlton and Kemp Lamm/Lucas Oil Products/Dunn Benson Ford MasterSbilt Ford Fusion with Mike Balzano of Parkersburg, WV claiming fourth in his Biscotti's Restaurant/Polino Contracting/Rocket Monte Carlo and York, PA's Rick Eckert completed the top five in the Raye Vest Contracting/Cornett Engines/Rocket Ford Fusion. A total of 67 cars were entered in the event which was presented by Ferris Commercial Mowers. Larry Blankenship and Mike Balzano would win the draw from the top three in passing points in each of the six heat races as they would start on the front row of the 50 lap main event. The event rolled to green earlier that scheduled due to lightning in the distance and the increasing threat of rain. Balzano would take the point on the first lap with Blankenship, third starting Billy Moyer, Jackie Boggs and Shannon Babb the top five after one lap. The running order would stay the same for one circuit with Moyer passing Blankenship for the second spot on lap three. Babb would then go from fifth to third by the fourth circuit as he and Moyer were beginning to put some heat on Balzano. Moyer would go wheel to wheel with Balzano for two circuits with Balzano holding the lead at the scoring line. Rookie Damon Eller would make some early noise coming to fifth in the first part of the race and then advancing to fourth by lap eight. Blankenship who started on the pole would see his night end on lap nine when he slowed and collected Jackie Boggs, who had nowhere to go when Blankenship's car slowed on the backstretch. Both cars would be eliminated from the race. On the restart Balzano would again show the way leading Moyer, Babb, 10th place starter Donnie Moran and Eller in the chase for the lead. Balzano would start to get into lap traffic by lap 20 and that would allow both Moyer and Babb to close. On the 20th lap Moyer would pass Balzano and take over the lead with Balzano fighting back two laps later to go even with Moyer at the line. The third caution of the race fell on lap 22 for a slowed Mike Marlar that would set up another double file choose restart. Moyer with the inside row restart would sprint ahead of Balzano and start to stretch his lead by lap 28. At the 30 lap completed mark and with weather threatening Moyer held a five car length lead with Balzano and Babb duking it out for second. Moran was in fourth with Earl Pearson, Jr. now in the thick of things running in fifth after starting 12th. The fourth caution of the race for debris on lap 31 would set another showdown on the restart between Moyer and Balzano. Moyer again would gain the advantage heading into turn one with Balzano in second and Babb hot his heels. Babb would dive by Balzano on lap 37 to take second with Pearson coming along to get by Balzano. The fifth and final caution came on lap 42 for a stalled Jonathan Davenport on the front stretch that would then set up an eight lap shootout. Moyer and Babb would make up the front row on the restart with Moyer again showing his strength muscling his way to the point. Moyer would see Babb challenge him for a few laps but eventually would open enough breathing room that would land the Batesville, AK driver in victory lane for the first ever at The Dirt Track @ Lowe's Motor Speedway. Babb would finish second followed by Pearson, Balzano and Rick Eckert, who passed Moran with seven to go to claim the fifth finishing spot. In victory lane Moyer was complimentary of several people who helped out in the win "They did the track up real good here tonight, it was in good shape and we really could race on it." "I want to thank my crew chief Steve Norris and everybody on the crew, they always do a great job in setting up the car and tonight everything worked really well and also a big thanks to my engine builder, Bill Schlieper for building such a great motor." Completing the top ten were Donnie Moran, Steve Francis, Damon Eller, Billy Hicks and Scott James. In preliminary action the PBM Performance Products Heat Race Winners were Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Donnie Moran, Vic Hill, Earl Pearson, Jr., Shannon Babb and Rick Eckert. The Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main was won by Chris Madden, the Penske Shocks Second B-Main was taken by Garrett Durrett and the Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno Third B-Main saw Michael England the winner. The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" went to Billy Moyer for his pass on race leader Mike Balzano on lap 20 to take over the lead which he held the remainder of the 30 laps to take the win. The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" is awarded at each Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event in 2006 and can take place during a heat race, B-Main or feature event. The final two Lucas Oil late Model Dirt Series events for '06 will take place at the Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway in Calvert City, KY on Friday, October 27 and Saturday, October 28. There will be separate complete shows each night with the "Bluegrass Nationals" set to take place on Friday Night and the 10th Annual "Commonwealth Cup" rolls off on Saturday Night. Both events will pay $10,000 to win and the cameras of SPEED Channel will be on hand to tape the action. For information on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series you can log onto www.lucasdirt.com or call the series office at (951) 532-2503.Event Summary Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Wednesday Night, October 11, 2006 The Dirt Track @ Lowe's Motor Speedway-Concord, NC PBM Performance Products First Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Brad Neat, Billy Moyer, Chris Madden, Furman Parton, Chuck Harper, Ed Gibbons, Ed Basey, Ricky Arms, Doug Sanders, Mike Duvall, Tim McCreadie DNS PBM Performance Products Second Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Donnie Moran, Josh Richards, Larry Blankenship, Jeep VanWormer, Steve Casebolt, Greggie Oliver, Scott James, Josh McGuire, Ken Schrader, Matt Miller PBM Performance Products Third Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Vic Hill, Dan Stone, Garrett Durrett, Petey Ivey, Ricky Weeks, G.R. Smith, Shane Tankersley, Daniel Miller, Scott Shirey, Bill Bray, James Tesch PBM Performance Products Fourth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Earl Pearson, Jr., Damon Eller, Steve Francis, Stacy Holmes, Jimmy Owens, Ray Cook, Richard Jarvis, Jordan Bland, Troy Eads, Phillip Gann, Mike Benedum PBM Performance Products Fifth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Shannon Babb, Mike Marlar, Billy Hicks, Jimmy McCormick, Michael England, Dennis Franklin, Rob Bailey, Brian Ledbetter, Greg Roberson, Freddy Smith, Jonathan Davenport PBM Performance Products Sixth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Rick Eckert, Mike Balzano, Jackie Boggs, Scott Bloomquist, Dick Schiltz, Tim Dohm, Gerald Mintz, Clint Smith, Jeff Smith, Steve Shaver, Elliott Nutthall Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Chris Madden, Chuck Harper, Jeep VanWormer, Furman Parton, Ricky Arms, Mike Duvall, Ed Gibbons, Doug Sanders, Matt Miller, Steve Casebolt, Greggie Oliver, Ed Basey, Scott James Penske Shocks Second B-Main: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Garrett Durrett, Ricky Weeks, Jimmy Owens, G.R. Smith, Ray Cook, Stacy Holmes, Shane Tankersley, Daniel Miller, Richard Jarvis, Mike Benedum, Bill Bray, Scott Shirey, Jordan Bland Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno Third B-Main: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Michael England, Dennis Franklin, Jonathan Davenport, Tim Dohm, Jimmy McCormick, Jeff Smith, Gerald Mintz, Brian Ledbetter, Rob Bailey, Freddy Smith, Dick Schiltz, Greg Roberson Jani-King Southern Showdown Feature: (50 Laps): Billy Moyer, Shannon Babb, Earl Pearson, Jr., Mike Balzano, Rick Eckert, Donnie Moran, Steve Francis, Damon Eller, Billy Hicks, Scott James, Vic Hill, Garrett Durrett, Dennis Franklin, Chuck Harper, Matt Miller, Jonathan Davenport, Brad Neat, Petey Ivey, Jimmy Owens, Mike Marlar, Jeep VanWormer, Jackie Boggs, Larry Blankenship, Dan Stone, Ricky Weeks, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Michael England, Chris Madden, Josh RichardsEvent Statistics Entries: 67 Caution Flags: 5 Red Flags: 0 Lap Leaders: Mike Balzano 1-19, Billy Moyer 20-50 Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Scott James (Started 29th and finished 10th, advanced 19 positions) K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race: Billy Moyer Hawk Brake Tough Brake Award: Mike Marlar Quarter Master Move of the Race: Shannon Babb Weld Wheels Award: Scott James Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Race: Damon Eller Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Matt Miller and Scott JamesCurrent Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Standings (After October 11th) 1. Earl Pearson, Jr. - 5855 2. Don O'Neal - 5285 3. Donnie Moran - 5160 4. Scott James - 4700 5. Matt Miller - 4680 6. Steve Casebolt - 4410 7. Freddy Smith - 3900 8. Scott Bloomquist - 3880 9. Michael England - 3585 10. Darren Miller - 2460

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WOODSTOCK, GA (October 7, 2006)- Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN took the lead with eight laps remaining as he won his fourth Lucas Oil Dixie Shootout on Saturday Night.  It was Bloomquist ninth Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of the season as the 42 year old National Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer took home a total of $20,000 for his win.  The event paid $15,000 to win and promoter Mike Swims offered a $5,000 bonus to any previous Shootout winner who could win the race.    Bloomquist would cross the line in first in his Miller Brothers Coal/Hawkeye Trucking/Allstar Performance/Sweet Mfg/Ohlins/K-B Carburetors/VP Racing Fuels/ Perry County Tire/Vic Hill Racing Engines/ self designed Bloomquist Race Cars Chevrolet.  Clint Smith of Senoia, GA made a late race charge to finish second in the JP Drilling/RaceTek Race Engines/GRT GTO.  Finishing third was 13th starting Ray Cook of Brasstown, NC in the Arvil Cook Investment Properties/Grover Engines/MasterSbilt Ford Fusion.  Completing the top five were Wendell Wallace in his J&J Steel/Gaerte Engines/ GRT GTO and pole-sitter Scott James of Lawrenceburg, IN in the Powell Motorsports/Jay Dickens Racing Engines/Rocket GTO. Completing the top ten were Frank Ingram, Shannon Babb, Matt Miller, Jake Knowles and Mark Douglas.   Scott James and Shannon Babb started on the front row of the 50 lapper with Babb seeking to make it three straight Dixie Shootout victories grabbing the point at the start of the race.  James would fall in behind Babb and follow in his tire tracks as Jake Knowles, Bloomquist and Michael England would be the top five drivers after one lap was scored.  Bloomquist, who started third on the grid made a move around the youngster Knowles to take third on the second lap.   The first three of Babb, James and Bloomquist would start to put some space between themselves and the rest of the field.  Mark Douglas would join the top five on lap four getting past England for that spot.  Babb was able to keep a one to two car length lead over James with Bloomquist about three lengths back of James in third.  The top five would remain the same until eighth place starter Clint Smith started to make his charge to the front as he pass Douglas for fifth on lap 21.   At the halfway mark Babb was still showing the way eyeing the $5,000 bonus that was up for grabs if a previous Dixie Shootout winner could win the race.  Smith would get by Knowles on lap 25 for fourth and start to reel in the top three.  With 30 laps scored and no cautions Babb, James, Bloomquist and now Smith were dicing it out for the lead as the excitement level was increasing up front.  Bloomquist and Smith would race five laps side-by-side with Smith barely clearing Bloomquist at the scoring line on laps 31, 32 and 33, but Bloomquist would be scored back in third on lap 34.   Bloomquist charged to the outside of James on lap 35 off turn four and made a bold bid to take over the lead from Babb when the first caution of the race came out for the stalled racer of Damon Eller.  On the Delaware double file restart Babb would be the leader with James and Bloomquist lined up side-by-side.  Once the action restarted Babb would be on the point but Bloomquist went to the top and made the pass on James for second on lap 37.  Bloomquist would then set his sights on race long leader Babb taking him on the outside coming off turn four on lap 42 to become the first driver to lead the field other than Babb. Smith would then jump from fourth to second on lap 43 going by both Babb and James.   Smith would then began searching for the fast line to catch Bloomquist as Ray Cook began to flex his muscle getting involved in the action up-front climbing to third on lap 44.  With five laps to go Bloomquist held a five car length lead over Smith, Cook, Babb and James and looked to be on his way to yet another victory in '06.  But with four laps to go Series Points leader, Earl Pearson, Jr. and Jake Knowles made contact which resulted in Pearson getting sideways in turn two and collecting several cars bringing out the second and final caution of the race.   On the restart Bloomquist would have two of the fastest cars over the last half of the race behind him lined up side-by-side as Smith and Cook would try one final challenge at stealing the win from Bloomquist.  On the restart Bloomquist would accelerate away from both Smith and Cook and quickly put distance between himself and the field. Smith would pick up the momentum and cut Bloomquists lead down to two lengths at the white flag but Bloomquist would navigate his own self designed chassis to the finish line first for his ninth Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of 2006.  In earning $20,000 total for his win Bloomquist has now won seven of the 15 races in dirt late model racing this year that have paid $20,000 or more to win.  Smith would finish second with Cook, former Shootout winner Wendell Wallace coming up from 10th to claim fourth and James would round out the top five.   In his fourth Lucas Oil Dixie Shootout Victory Lane, Bloomquist again laid claim yet another big money payoff.  "The track was real racy tonight and I just thought if we could a little closer to the front there we would have a good shot at winning."  "I was little worried there for a little because Babb and James were running real good, but our car really came into it there around the midway point of the race and I went to the top around those guys."  Standing in victory circle Bloomquist would have oil on his racing shoes as oil was starting to leak from the car during the race.  "Yes the brake pedal got a little slick there, I think we had a leak develop and I don't know how much oil we had left, but apparently it was just enough to get us the win."   In preliminary action for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Jonathan Davenport was the Comp Cams Fast Qualifier at 14.725 seconds.  The PBM Performance Products Heat Race winners were Scott James, Michael England, Mark Douglas, Shannon Babb, Jake Knowles and Scott Bloomquist.  The Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main went to Donnie Moran and the Penske Shocks Second B-Main was won by Don O'Neal.   The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" was awarded to Scott Bloomquist. The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" is awarded at each Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event in 2006 and can take place during a Qualifying Heat Race, B-Main or A-Main event.   A total of 55 cars were on hand for the 17th Annual Lucas Oil Dixie Shootout Presented by Coca-Cola at the Swims Family promoted facility with a large crowd on hand.   The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will take to the track for the third time in six days this Wednesday Night, October 11th at The Dirt Track @ Lowe's Motor Speedway in Concord, NC for a sanctioned event.  The Jani-King Southern Showdown Presented by Ferris Commercial Mowers will pay $10,000 to the winner, but a unique bonus format could result in the winner taking home $28,000.  For more information you can visit on line at www.lowesmotorspeedway.com and www.lucasdirt.com.  Event Summary Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Saturday Night, October 7, 2006 Dixie Speedway-Woodstock, GA   Comp Cams Fast Time:  Jonathan Davenport 14.725 seconds   PBM Performance Products First Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Scott James, Earl Pearson, Jr., Ray Cook, Jonathan Davenport, Gary McPherson, Freddy Smith, Phil Coltrane, Lee Sutton, Doug Sanders   PBM Performance Products Second Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Michael England, Clint Smith, Shane Clanton, Donnie Moran, Lamar Haygood, Wayne Echols, Jay Smith, Terrence Nowell, Tracy Pearson   PBM Performance Products Third Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Mark Douglas, Frank Ingram, Marshall Green, Randy Weaver, Ricky Williams, Shawn Beasley, Brian Shirley, Brett Wyatt   PBM Performance Products Fourth Heat:  (1 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Shannon Babb, Wendell Wallace, Skip Arp, Tony Morris, Damon Eller, Shane Tankersley, Rodney Martin, Shane Fulcher   PBM Performance Products Fifth Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Jake Knowles, Mat Miller, Tony Knowles, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Todd Morrow, Johnny Chastain, Curtis Cline, Tim Day   PBM Performance Products Sixth Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Scott Bloomquist, Steve Casebolt, Johnny Cloer, Jr. Don ONeal, Justin Rattliff, Chris Combs, Zach Nichols, Joel Rice   Mason Racin Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance):  Donnie Moran, Randy Weaver, Jonathan Davenport, Freddy Smith, Gary McPherson, Brian Shirley, Ricky Williams, Lamar Haygood, Phil Coltrane, Terrence Nowell, Wayne Echols, Shawn Beasley, Lee Sutton, Brett Wyatt, Tracy Pearson, Doug Sanders, Jay Smith   Penske Shocks Second B Main:  (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance):  Don ONeal, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Johnny Chastain, Rodney Martin, Todd Morrow, Chris Combs, Damon Eller, Shane Tankersley, Zach Nichols, Shane Fulcher, Tim Day, Joel Rice, David Killian, Curtis Cline, Tony Morris, Justin Rattliff   17th Annual Dixie Shootout Feature Finish:  (50 Laps):  Scott Bloomquist, Clint Smith, Ray Cook, Wendell Wallace, Scott James, Frank Ingram, Shannon Babb, Matt Miller, Jake Knowles, Mark Douglas, Shane Clanton, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Marshall Green, Randy Weaver, Earl Pearson, Jr., Don ONeal, Johnny Cloer, Jr., Tony Knowles, Michael England, Damon Eller, Skip Arp, Freddy Smith, Steve Casebolt  Event Statistics Entries:  55 Caution Flags:  2 Red Flags:  0 Lap Leaders:  Shannon Babb 1-41, Scott Bloomquist 42-50 Allstar Performance Performer of the Race:  Ray Cook (Started 13th and finished 3rd-advanced 10 positions) K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race:  Scott Bloomquist Hawk Brake Tough Brake:  Earl Pearson, Jr. Quarter Master Move of the Race:  Clint Smith On the Edge Graphics Fastest Non Qualifier:  Jonathan Davenport Weld Wheels Award:  Ronny Lee Hollingsworth Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Race:  Michael England Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals:  Freddy Smith and Damon Eller  Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Standings  1. Earl Pearson, Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)-5635 2. Don ONeal (Martinsville, IN)-5285 3. Donnie Moran (Dresden, OH)-4960 4. Matt Miller (Waterville, OH)-4525 5. Scott James (Lawrenceburg, IN)-4520 6. Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-4315 7. Scott Bloomquist (Mooresburg, TN)-3830 8. Freddy Smith (Seymour, TN)-3810 9. Michael England (Glasgow, KY)-3460 10. Darren Miller (Chadwick, IL)-2460

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ROME, GA (October 6, 2006)- Shane Clanton of Locust Grove, GA claimed the biggest win of his racing career on Friday night in the Rome Renegades Rumble at Rome Speedway.  Clanton earned $15,001 for his first career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win becoming the 16th different driver to win a Series event in 2006.  Clanton methodically worked his way from his 12th starting spot taking the lead on lap 31 and then held off a furious last lap charge from Scott Bloomquist to take the victory.   Clanton driving the Ronnie Dobbins owned/Stevens Plumbing and Mechanical/SAE Parts, Inc./RSD Enterprises/M&S Concrete/Speedy Graphics/PPM Racing Products/VP Racing Fuels/Weld Racing/Skillsaw Designs/Simpson/Custom Race Engines/Rocket GTO won by one car length over Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN who was driving the Miller Brothers Coal/Vic Hill Racing Engines/Bloomquist Chevrolet.  Earl Pearson, Jr. of Jacksonville, FL in the Lucas Oil Products/Dunn Benson Ford/Larry Wallace Racing Engines/MasterSbilt Ford Fusion finished third to maintain the Series points lead. Clint Smith of Senoia, GA came from the tail to finish fourth in the JP Drilling/Racetek Race Engines/GRT GTO and Brian Shirley of Chatham, IL was fifth in the Petroff Towing/Pro Power Engines/C.J. Rayburn Monte Carlo.    A total of 55 cars were on hand for the Series first visit to the Swims Family promoted historic facility.  The race was sponsored by the Rome Renegades,  a World Indoor Football League franchise whose owner Harry Pierce added $5,001 to the winners share of the purse just before the 50 Lap A-Main making the event $15,001 to win, rather than the $10,000 advertised for the winner.   Justin Rattliff and Earl Pearson, Jr. lead the field to green in front of a standing room only crowd as Pearson, who entered the night with a 325 point lead over Don ONeal, grabbed the lead at the start. Wendell Wallace would quickly go to second followed by Rattliff, Scott Bloomquist and Ray Cook.  Bloomquist made a pass on Rattliff for third on lap two as Cook following to fourth a lap later.   Pearson, Wallace and Bloomquist would put distance between themselves and the rest of the field over the first eight circuits.  But heavy traffic would allow Cook and Brian Shirley, who was fifth to close back to the top three.  Pearson was still holding the point with Bloomquist all over Wallace for second on lap 10, but Bloomquist would bypass Wallace for second on lap 12 to set up a battle at the point with Pearson.   The first caution of the race took place on lap 18 when Wallace slowed with a flat tire, forcing him to relinquish his third place spot in the running order.  On the restart Pearson would again show the way with Bloomquist in second followed by Cook, Shirley and 12th place starting Shane Clanton now up to fifth.  Clint Smith would bring out caution number two with a spin in turn 4 on lap 21 forcing him to restart on the tail.   The third caution on the event came out after two green flag laps for a slowing Ricky Arms on the backstretch.  With 25 laps scored Pearson and Bloomquist was battling for all the cash as the two drivers would cross the start finish side-by-side for four consecutive laps.  The fourth caution would come out on lap 27 for debris and on the restart Skip Arp brought out caution number five when he stopped on the race track with a flat tire.   With 30 laps scored Pearson was still in front with Bloomquist there looking to snare the lead.  Clanton would make a huge move on the outside taking second from Bloomquist with 20 to go.  A lap later the high flying Clanton stormed to the lead passing Pearson taking to the rim of the super fast speedway.  Bloomquist would pass Pearson for second on lap 33 as Clanton had started to stretch his lead over the field, but a lap 36 caution for a slowing Freddy Smith would bunch the field.   On the restart, Bloomquist would make a run on Clanton closing on the second generation Georgia driver.  The two would race side-by-side lap after lap with Clanton still holding the advantage at the scoring line.  With 46 laps scored the eighth and final caution would come out for a stalled Arp ending his night. Clanton would keep his lead over Bloomquist on the restart, with Bloomquist setting the stage for one final last lap charge.  Heading for the checkered flag Bloomquist would dive to the inside of Clanton in turn three and coming off turn four make contact as Clanton would get the run to the line to take his first career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series triumph.   In victory lane a jubilant Clanton and crew celebrated a well deserved victory.  Starting 12th we just had to take some time to get up there, a couple of guys sort of cleared the top for me and I took advantage of that,  said Clanton afterwards.  Its a career win for us and Id like to thank Harry Pierce with the Rome Renegades for the extra money, it sure will come in handy.   Bloomquist would finish a car length back in second followed by Pearson, Smith, after going to the tail earlier in the race and Shirley would complete the top five.   The rest of the top ten were Don ONeal, Ray Cook, Chris Madden, Scott James and Wendell Wallace.   In preliminary action Shannon Babb was the Comp Cams fast timer with a lap of 13.675 seconds in qualifications.  The PBM Performance Products Heat Races went to Wendell Wallace, Earl Pearson, Jr., Ray Cook, Brian Shirley, Justin Rattliff and Scott Bloomquist. The Mason Racin Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main went to Chris Madden and the Penske Shocks Second B-Main was won by Clint Smith.   The K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race went to Matt Miller for his turn two pass of Shannon Babb to take over second in his Heat Race.  The K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race is awarded at each Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event in 2006 and can take place during a Heat Race, B-main or the A-Main event.   The next Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event will be on Saturday Night, October 7th at the Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, GA for the 17th Annual Lucas Oil Dixie Shootout paying $15,000 to win. Shannon Babb is the two-time defending race winner.  Event Summary Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Friday Night, October 6, 2006 Rome Speedway-Rome, GA   Comp Cams Fast Time:  Shannon Babb 13.675 seconds   PBM Performance Products First Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Wendell Wallace, Matt Miller, Shannon Babb, Gary McPherson, Jake Knowles, Rick Rogers, Joel Rice, Johnny Cloer, Jr., Doug Sanders   PBM Performance Products Second Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Earl Pearson, Jr., Randy Weaver, Damon Eller, Chris Madden, Derek Ellis, Tracy Pearson, Vernon Smith   PBM Performance Products Third Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Ray Cook, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Shane Tankersley, Steve Casebolt, Rodney Martin, Jonathan Davenport, Curtis Cline, Tim Day, Lee Sutton   PBM Performance Products Fourth Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Brian Shirley, Don ONeal, Ricky Arms, Wayne Echols, Rile Hickman, Dwayne Aldridge, Ricky Williams, Mike Head, Derrick Rainey   PBM Performance Products Fifth Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Justin Rattliff, Michael England, Skip Arp, Clint Smith, Tony Knowles, G.R. Smith, Don Jenkins, Danny Ferguson, Freddy Smith   PBM Performance Products Sixth Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Scott Bloomquist, Shane Clanton, Donnie Moran, Aaron Ridley, Ronnie Johnson, Scott James, Todd Morrow, Chris Combs, Zach Nichols   Mason Racin Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance):  Chris Madden, Steve Casebolt, Gary McPherson, Jonathan Davenport, Rodney Martin, Johnny Cloer, Jr., Derek Ellis, Rick Rogers, Joel Rice, Tim Day, Curtis Cline, Doug Sanders, Tracy Pearson   Penske Shocks Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance):  Clint Smith, Wayne Echols, Ronnie Johnson, Aaron Ridley, Scott James, Riley Hickman, Tony Knowles, Todd Morrow, Dwayne Aldridge, Derrick Rainey, Chris Combs, Freddy Smith, G.R. Smith, Don Jenkins, Zach Nichols, Ricky Williams   Rome Renegades Rumble A-Main:  (50 Laps):  Shane Clanton, Scot Bloomquist, Earl Pearson, Jr., Clint Smith, Brian Shirley, Don ONeal, Ray Cook, Chris Madden, Scott James, Wendell Wallace, Donnie Moran, Steve Casebolt, Justin Rattliff, Michael England, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Shane Tankersley, Damon Eller, Skip Arp, Freddy Smith, Shannon Babb, Randy Weaver, Matt Miller, Ricky Arms, Wayne Echols  Event Statistics: Entries:  55 Caution Flags: 8 Red Flags:  0 Lap Leaders:  Earl Pearson, Jr. 1-30, Shane Clanton 31-50 Allstar Performance Performer of the Race:  Clint Smith (Started 20th and finished fourth, advanced 16 positions) K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race:  Matt Miller Hawk Brake Tough Break Award:  Skip Arp Quarter Master Move of the Race:  Scott Bloomquist On the Edge Graphics Fastest Non Qualifier:  Anthony White Weld Wheels Award:  Justin Rattliff Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Race:  Steve Casebolt Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals:  Scott James and Freddy Smith  Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Standings (After October 6th)   1. Earl Pearson, Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)-5480 2. Don ONeal (Martinsville, IN)-5135 3. Donnie Moran (Dresden, OH)-4835 4. Scott James (Lawrenceburg, IN)-4315 5. Matt Miller (Waterville, OH)-4210 6. Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-4190 7. Freddy Smith (Seymour, TN)-3685 8. Scott Bloomquist (Mooresburg, TN)-3580 9. Michael England (Glasgow, KY)-3325 10. Darren Miller (Chadwick, IL)-2460

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2 39 Tim McCreadie 7575
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7 71 Hudson O'Neal 7050
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