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PONTOON BEACH, IL (July 17, 2009) - Don O’Neal of Martinsville, IN powered himself to victory in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned Budweiser 50 on Friday Night at Tri-City Speedway. He earned $10,000 for his second series win in the last three events.  Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, GA finished second followed by Dennis Erb Jr. of Carpentersville, IL; 11th starting Brian Birkhofer of Muscatine, IA; and Jimmy Mars of Menomonie, WI.

Babb and Billy Moyer started on the front row of the 50 lap main event. Moyer led the first lap over Babb.  Babb then took over the point a lap later and motored to a half a lap lead at the start-finish line to score lap number two. O’Neal, who started third held his spot followed by McDowell and Erb.

Babb held a two-car length advantage over Moyer as the two combatants were dicing it out for the lead  on a track that had seen its share of rain over the last week.  As Babb and Moyer battled for the point, O’Neal held steady in third and was receiving a challenge from McDowell.

With ten laps in the books, the first caution for debris came out. With the field bunched up for a restart, the top five in the running order were Babb, Moyer, O’Neal, McDowell, and the rim-riding Jason Feger who came from the tenth starting spot to fifth in the first ten circuits.

On the restart Babb still held the point, with O’Neal getting around Moyer to take over second. Moyer then slowed with a flat tire on lap 14 bringing out the second caution of the race.  Moyer pitted and returned to the race on the tail end of the field.

On the restart Babb’s lead was taken away by O’Neal who grabbed the lead on lap 15.  O’Neal and Babb then put on quite a show racing for the lead as the two encountered heavy traffic. Babb re-took the lead on lap 19 after running high up against the wall. 

Babb moved out to a three car length lead over O’Neal as traffic continued to play a major role in the race as Babb’s lead went away on an ill-fated lap 28. He suffered a right rear flat just as he crossed the start-finish line as he slowed heading into turn number one bringing out the third caution of the race.

With Babb going pitside, O’Neal was back in the lead with 22 laps remaining.  McDowell was up to second for the restart with Feger in third followed by Erb. Jimmy Mars maintained fifth spot on the restart.

O’Neal had no problems on the restart. Only three laps into the run, Brad Neat slowed and stopped in turn one. The flat for the Dunnville, KY racer marked the fourth and final caution of the race.  The single file restart saw O’Neal open up a quick two car length over McDowell as the torrid race for third continued on between Feger, Erb and Mars.

With ten laps to go, O’Neal’s lead looked safe. Erb was able to clear Feger to get to third, still in sight of the second place running McDowell.  O’Neal saw McDowell and Erb cut his lead down in the final five circuits as he drove a little more conservative, saving his equipment for the final run. He withstood a final lap charge from both McDowell and Erb to take his 12th career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event.

In the Lucas Oil Victory Lane, O’Neal did an interview with Dave Argabright of SPEED Channel who was on hand to tape the race he was thankful to hold on in the final laps.  “I can’t thank my crew enough, this was a brand new car, first time we’ve had it on the track and I couldn’t be happier with the outcome, me and Babb had a good clean race out there until he had the flat and to hold on out there with the way the track was, I know they did the best they could with the track and with all the rain it was definitely choppy but we survived,” said the 45-year -old racer who last week celebrated his birthday by winning the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event at North Alabama Speedway.

“I really like this new track they have over here and we’ve run good everytime we’ve been here, I have to thank Tader Masters, Kirk Loudy from Envy Suspensions, Superior Cleaning out of Iowa, Jay Dickens Racing Engines and everyone on the Racing United Marketing Team for the win,” as he was joined in victory lane by his sons Houston and Hudson.  O’Neal’s number 71 car also receives sponsorship from Sunoco Race Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tires, Hanzo Logistics and Jeff and Buddy Massengill.

McDowell who with his second place finish at Tri-City moved back into second place in the championship points standings in the Clint Bowyer Racing/Cheerios/Warrior Race Cars Impala SS.  “Oh yes we’ll take second place, congratulations to Don for his good run, it was a good finish for us and helps us in points, that’s our goal to win the championship and we just keep inching up there ever so slightly,” said the former World 100 winner as he is within 230 points of Scott Bloomquist, who finished ninth.

Erb coming off his third straight Summernationals title was happy with third against a tough field of cars.  “To run third with these guys that great, we had a really good race with Feger out there we ran I don’t know how many laps side-by-side and there at the end we closed on McDowell, but we just ran out of laps,” said the 2009 DART Winternationals champion who drove his Thomason Express/Rhyne Competition Racing Engines/C.J. Rayburn Impala SS.

Birkhofer was fourth in his S&S Concrete/Pro Power Engines/MB Custom Chassis followed by the other MB Custom Chassis in the field driven by Mars.

Completing the top ten were Jason Feger of Bloomington, IL, 14th starting Wendell Wallace of Batesville, AR, Randy Korte of Highland, IL, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN and Rick Eckert of York, PA.

In preliminary events Shannon Babb was the PRC Fast Qualifier with a lap of 15.242 seconds among the 46 entrants on hand.  Heat races were won by Shannon Babb, Don O’Neal, Billy Moyer and Dale McDowell.  The B-Mains were taken by Rick Eckert and Eric Turner.  Jimmy Owens claimed the PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race.

To find out more about the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, log on to www.lucasdirt.com or call the series office at (951) 532-2503.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt SeriesRace Summary Saturday Night, July 18th, 2009 Budweiser 50 Tri-City Speedway – Pontoon Beach, IL

PRC Fast Time: Shannon Babb / 15.242 seconds           

Hawk Brake First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Shannon Babb, Dennis Erb Jr., Steve Casebolt, Brad Neat, Rick Eckert, Ray Cook, Earl Pearson Jr., Jimmy Owens, John Blankenship, Chad Zobrist, Chris Fetter, Ron McQuerry

Hawk Brake Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Don O’Neal, Scott Bloomquist, Brian Birkhofer, Will Vaught, Randy Korte, Bub McCool, Dan Schlieper, Terry Casey, Billy Laycock, Dick Taylor, Jason Utter, John Mason

AFCO Racing Products Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Billy Moyer, Jmiiy Mars, Jason Feger, Wendell Wallace, Eric Jacobsen, David Breazeale, Billy Frye, Clint Smith, Mark Voigt, Brian Dively, Freddy Smith

Tiger Rear Ends Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Dale McDowell, Michael Kloos, Brian Shirley, Rodney Melvin, Eric Turner, Alan Mondus, Ken Schrader, Michael Walker, Craig Smith, Dewayne Keifer, Tim Manville

Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Advance): Rick Eckert, Randy Korte, Bub McCool, Ray Cook, Dan Schlieper, Jimmy Owens, Billy Laycock, Jason Utter, John Blankenship, John Mason, Dick Taylor, Chris Fetter, Earl Pearson Jr., Chad Zobrist, Ron McQuerry, Terry Casey-DNS

Wiles Drive Shafts Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Eric Turner, Eric Jacobsen, Bill Frye, David Breazeale, Clint Smith, Alan Mondus, Kenny Schrader, Brian Dively, Dewayne Keifer, Michael Walker, Craig Smith, Freddy Smith, Mark Voigt, Tim Manville-DNS

Feature Finish (50 Laps): Don O’Neal, Dale McDowell, Dennis Erb Jr., Brian Birkhofer, Jimmy Mars, Jason Feger, Wendell Wallace, Randy Korte, Scott Bloomquist, Rick Eckert, Jimmy Owens, Steve Casebolt, Earl Pearson Jr., Bub McCool, Eric Jacobsen, Brad Neat, Will Vaught, Ray Cook, Rodney Melvin, Billy Moyer, Brian Shirley, Eric Turner, Shannon Babb, Chad Zobrist, Mark Voigt, Billy Laycock, Michael Kloos, Bill Frye

Finish (Start) Car Number Driver Name

1.  (3) #71 Don O’Neal

2.  (4) #17M Dale McDowell

3.  (5) #38E Dennis Erb Jr.

4.  (11) #15B Brian Birkhofer

5.  (6) #28M Jimmy Mars

6.  (10 #25 Jason Feger

7.  (14) #B1 Wendell Wallace

8.  (19) #00K Randy Korte

9.  (7) #0 Scott Bloomquist

10.  (17) #24 Rick Eckert

11.  (24) #20 Jimmy Owens

12.  (9) #c9 Steve Casebolt

13.  (23) #44 Earl Pearson Jr.

14.  (21) #57J Bub McCool

15.  (20 #5 Eric Jacobsen

16.  (13) #41N Brad Neat

17.  (15) #1v Will Vaught

18.  (26) #53 Ray Cook

19.  (16) #27 Rodney Melvin

20.  (2) #21 Billy Moyer

21.  (12) #3s Brian Shirley

22.  (18) #99T Eric Turner

23.  (1) #18 Shannon Babb

24.  (27) # 78 Chad Zobrist

25.  (25) #30 Mark Voigt

26.  (28) #82 Billy Laycock

27.  (8) #6K Michael Kloos

28.  (22) #66 Bill Frye

Race Statistics

Entries:  46

Caution Flags: Lap 10 (Debris); Lap 14 (Billy Moyer); Lap 28 (Shannon Babb); Lap 34 (Brad Neat)

Lap Leaders: Billy Moyer (Lap 1); Shannon Babb (Laps 2-14); Don O’Neal (Laps 15-18); Shannon Babb (19-28); Don O’Neal (29-50)

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Earl Pearson Jr., Jimmy Owens

Emergency Provisional: Ray Cook

PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race: Jimmy Owens

Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Dale McDowell

K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race: Brian Birkhofer

Quarter Master Rookie of the Race: none

Comp Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Jay Dickens Racing Engines

Time of the Race: 33 minutes 20 seconds

2009 Championship Points Standings

1.  Scott Bloomquist (Mooresburg, TN) 4360 2.  Dale McDowell (Chickamauga, GA)  4130 3.  Earl Pearson Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)  4065 4.  Jimmy Owens (Newport, TN)  4055 5.  Don O’Neal (Martinsville, IN)  3940 6.  Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN) 3805 7.  Ray Cook (Brasstown, NC)  3785 8.  Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)  3450 9.  Eric Jacobsen (Seacliffe Beach, CA)  3275 10.  Dan Schlieper (Sullivan, WI)  3175 11.  John Blankenship (Williamson, WV)  3140 12.  David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS)  2930 13.  Josh McGuire (Grayson, KY)  2720 14.  Freddy Smith (Seymour, TN)  2655 16. Michael Walker (Franklin, TN)  2130

2009 Quarter Master Rookie of the Year Points Standings

1.  John Blankenship (Williamson, WV)  3140 2.  David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS) 2930 3.  Michael Walker (Franklin, TN) 2130

4.  Jeep VanWormer (Pinnconning, MI)  1590

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COLUMBUS, MS (July 11, 2009) – Billy Moyer of Batesville, AR took his second Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of 2009 as he won the Clash at the Mag on Saturday Night at Magnolia Motor Speedway. Moyer’s win was the 710th of his illustrious career.  Moyer fought off a mid-race challenge from Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, FL and then a hard charging Chris Wall of Holden, LA for the victory in front of a packed grandstand.  Wall, who started 14th, came on strong late in the race to finish second followed by Pearson, Jimmy Owens of Newport, TN; and Steve Casebolt of Richmond, IN.

Moyer and Bub McCool started on the front row on the 50 lap main event, with Moyer grabbing the early advantage over McCool from the onset.  There were two cautions in the first four laps which kept the field tightly bunched on the restarts.  On the lap four restart Moyer had the lead, but McCool and Pearson were closing quick on him as McCool’s attempt at a slide job on Moyer resulted in contact with the leader damaging the right side of McCool’s car. Moyer also suffered some left rear damage but both cars continued on as the race stayed green.

Back to back cautions on lap eight kept Moyer from building his lead over the field.  On the lap restart Pearson made a move on McCool to grab the second spot as the race set in for a long green flag run.  Steve Casebolt, who started eighth, was now in hunt as he climbed to third around McCool as McCool was starting to fade.

Moyer’s lead came in handy as lapped traffic started to enter the picture by lap 17.  That allowed Pearson to close on him as the frontrunners were predominately using the top groove on the race track.  Casebolt was holding the third spot with Dale McDowell running in fourth followed by Chris Wall, who was up to fifth.

Pearson was able to maneuver by Moyer at the halfway mark of the race to momentarily take over the point, but Moyer rebounded to regain the lead a lap later as the two drivers were going at it door to door in the race for the lead.  Once Pearson showed his hand Moyer got on the accelerator and moved out to a five car length lead over Pearson with 28 laps complete.

Casebolt still held the third spot with a terrific five-car battle for fifth going on between Owens, Wall, Don O’Neal, McDowell, and point’s leader Scott Bloomquist, who had started 16th.  Up front Moyer continued to widen his lead over Pearson as the two battled in traffic, but a caution with 15 laps remaining for Jimmy Cliburn, who lost a wheel in turn number one, set up a 15 lap shootout to the finish.

On the final restart of the race Moyer led Pearson and Casebolt to the green as Moyer sprinted out to a lead of ten lengths with five laps to go it looked like clear sailing for Moyer to the checkers.  But Moyer had to contend with traffic; Pearson could not close the gap on Moyer in the last few laps and it looked like Moyer had a safe enough of a lead. Wall came out of nowhere in the last two laps getting by both Casebolt and then the second place running Pearson.

Wall then had one last shot at Moyer on the final lap as he rapidly gained ground on Moyer, but he ran out of time and laps as Moyer flashed across the finish line for his 11th career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series triumph.  With one more lap Wall may have had the car to steal the win on the final lap but he settled for second earning the PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race.

In the Lucas Oil Victory Lane, Moyer did an interview with Dave Argabright of the SPEED Channel who was on hand to tape the event and then told the capacity crowd how the track was too his liking.  “I’ve always liked these slick types of tracks, it’s really a driver’s track, you have to maintain your momentum out there and we just put it up against the wall.  Traffic was a little bit of a problem because they were running two and three wide in front of us sometimes.  That early contact from the 57J car, I am not sure what he was trying to do, it about took both of us out” said the 51-year-old National Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer.

“I can’t thank my crew enough, Steve Norris my crew chief and all the other guys, they work so hard, the car was great all night and drove like a dream, Earl and I had a good race there for a while and I thought it was Earl who was there coming on at the end, but it was Wall, I want to thank all my sponsors especially Cooley Transport who is from near here, Clements Racing Engines and everybody else associated my race team and thanks for the fans coming out here tonight, if it wasn’t for them we wouldn’t be here and to win the race; it means a lot,” said Moyer who claimed his ninth overall win of the 2009 season and his 710th of his career.

“To win that many races, it’s just an awesome feeling; I don’t know what else to say except thanks to all my fans and family,” said Moyer who drives his own Moyer Victory Circle M1 Chassis sponsored by Banner Valley Hauling, J&J Steel, Watters Auto Land, Karl Chevrolet, Minx Show Palace, M&S Concrete, Red Line Oil, Performance Rod and Custom, New Vision Graphics, CarCity.com and Sunoco Race Fuels.

Wall finished second in his C&M Gator Farm/Wall2WallPerformance Engines/MasterSbilt by Stuckey Monte Carlo SS. Pearson took third in the Bobby Labonte Racing/Lucas Oil Slickmist/MasterSbilt Chassis. Completing the top five were Owens in the Reece Monuments/Cornett Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars Ford Fusion, and Casebolt in his Dixie Chopper/Cornett Engines/Rocket Monte Carlo SS.

The remainder of the top ten in the finishing order were Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN; who maintains his points lead;  Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, GA was seventh; followed by Scott Slay of Clinton, MS; Wendell Wallace of Batesville, AR; and Don O’Neal of Martinsville, IN.

In preliminary action, Chris Wall was the PRC Fastest Qualifier with a lap of 15.072 seconds among the 47 cars entered.  Heat race winners were Billy Moyer, Jimmy Cliburn, Bub McCool and Earl Pearson Jr.  The B-mains were taken by John Blankenship and Wendell Wallace.

The visit to Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, MS by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series marked the 50th different race track the series has raced at.  The facility was promoted by Johnny Stokes and sponsored by the Columbus Convention and Visitor’s Bureau.

To find out more about the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, log on to www.lucasdirt.com or call the series office at (951) 532-2503.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Race Summary

Saturday Night, July 11th, 2009

“Clash at the Mag” @ Magnolia Motor Speedway – Columbus, MS

PRC Fast Time: Chris Wall / 15.072 seconds

Hawk Brake First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Billy Moyer, Justin McCree, Chad Thrash, Scott Dedwylder, Chris Brown, Jason Cliburn, Bo Gordon, Michael Walker, Ross Camponovo, Mark tice, Brad Neat, Joey Baroni

Hawk Brake Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Jimmy Cliburn, Eric Jacobsen, Don O’Neal, Dan Schlieper, John Blankenship, Christopher Showah, Ray Cook, Eddie Rickman, Clint Byars, Jim McDuffie, Shay Knight, Joey Baroni, Bill Hasselle

AFCO Racing Products Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Bub McCool, Dale McDowell, Jimmy Owens, Chris Wall, Wendell Wallace, Rick Rickman, David Breazeale, Neil Baggett, Robbie Stuart, Chris Hoomes, Clint Logan, Chris Ragan

Tiger Rear Ends Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Earl Pearson Jr., Steve Casebolt, Scott Slay, Scott Bloomquist, Brian Rickman, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Freddy Smith, Scott Creel, Jamie Elam, Leon Henderson, Dane Dacus

Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Advance): John Blankenship, Chris Brown, Ray Cook, Brad Neat, Jason Cliburn,Clint Byars, Michael Walker, Ross Camponovo, Eddie Rickman, Bo Gordon, Bill Hasselle, Joey Baroni, Jim McDuffie, Shay Knight, Mark Tice-DNS

Wiles Drive Shafts Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Wendell Wallace, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Robbie Stuart, Freddy Smith, Rick Rickman, Neil Baggett, Dane Dacus, Brian Rickman, Jamie Elam, Scott Creel, Chris Hoomes, Clint Logan, Leon Henderson, Chris Ragan, David Breazeale

Feature Finish (40 Laps): Billy Moyer, Chris Wall, Earl Pearson Jr., Jimmy Owens, Steve Casebolt, Scott Bloomquist, Dale McDowell, Scott Slay, Wendell Wallace, Don O’Neal, Eric Jacobsen, Chad Thrash, David Breazeale, Scott Dedwylder, Ray Cook, Robbie Stuart, Justin McRee, Dan Schlieper, Bub McCool, Chris Brown, Jimmy Cliburn, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Brad Neat, John Blankenship, Michael Walker

Finish (Start) Car Number Driver Name

1.  (1) #21 Billy Moyer

2.  (14) #71 Chris Wall

3.  (4) #44 Earl Pearson Jr.

4.  (10) #20 Jimmy Owens

5.  (8) #s9 Dan Schlieper

6.  (16) #0 Scott Bloomquist

7.  (6) #17M Dale McDowell

8.  (12) #6s Scott Slay

9.  (18) #B1 Wendell Wallace

10.  (11) #71 Don O’Neal

11.  (7) #5 Eric Jacobsen

12.  (9) #1c Chad Thrash

13.  (24) #54 David Breazeale

14.  (13) #33 Scott Dedwylder

15.  (21) #53 Ray Cook

16.  (22) #6R Robbie Stuart

17.  (5) #25 Justin McRee

18.  (15) #s9 Dan Schlieper

19.  (2) #57J Bub McCool

20.  (19) #21B Chris Brown

21.  (3) #88c Jimmy Cliburn

22.  (20) #18 Ronny Lee Hollingsworth

23.  (23) #41N Brad Neat

24.  (17) #23 John Blankenship

25.  (25) #64 Michael Walker

Race Statistics

Entries:  47

Caution Flags: Lap 1 (Brad Neat, Michael Walker); Lap 3 (Brad Neat); Lap 8 (David Breazeale); Lap 8 (Bub McCool); Lap 35 (Jimmy Cliburn)

Lap Leaders: Billy Moyer (Laps 1-24); Earl Pearson Jr. (Lap 25); Billy Moyer (Laps 26-50)

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Brad Neat, David Breazeale

Emergency Provisional: Michael Walker

PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race: Chris Wall

Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Jimmy Owens

K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race: David Breazeale

Quarter Master Rookie of the Race: David Breazeale

Comp Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Clements Racing Engines

Time of the Race: 42 minutes 18 seconds

2009 Championship Points Standings

1.  Scott Bloomquist (Mooresburg, TN) 4175

2.  Earl Pearson Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)  3900

2.  Dale McDowell (Chickamauga, GA)  3900

4.  Jimmy Owens (Newport, TN)  3880

5.  Don O’Neal (Martinsville, IN)  3690

6.  Ray Cook (Brasstown, NC)  3645

7.  Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN) 3635

8.  Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)  3300

9.  Eric Jacobsen (Seacliffe Beach, CA)  3120

10.  Dan Schlieper (Sullivan, WI)  3055

11.  John Blankenship (Williamson, WV)  3030

12.  David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS)  2810

13.  Josh McGuire (Grayson, KY)  2720

14.  Freddy Smith (Seymour, TN)  2575

16. Michael Walker (Franklin, TN)  2040

2009 Quarter Master Rookie of the Year Points Standings

1.  John Blankenship (Williamson, WV)  3030

2.  David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS) 2810

3.  Michael Walker (Franklin, TN) 2040

4.  Jeep VanWormer (Pinnconning, MI)  1590

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TUSCUMBIA, AL (July 10, 2009)- Don O’Neal of Martinsville, IN celebrated his 45th birthday in grand style on Friday Night as he won the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned “Heart of the Dixie 40” at North Alabama Speedway.  O’Neal became the 19th different winner in 24 races on the LOLMDS 2009 Tour.  Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, FL finished second followed by Billy Moyer of Batesville, AR; Jimmy Owens of Newport, TN; and Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, GA.

Pearson and O’Neal started on the front row of the 40 lap main event held before a jammed-packed grandstand.  O’Neal got the early jump on Pearson to take the lead with Owens, Moyer, and McDowell rounding out the top five with a lap scored.  O’Neal, using the top groove on the race track went to a two-car length lead early with Pearson diving to the inside in the turns keeping O’Neal within his sights.

Pearson pulled alongside O’Neal coming off of turn number four on lap nine but could not make the pass on on the leader. O’Neal kept him at bay in a closely contested race for the lead.  Owens then closed up on the two frontrunners pulling up on the decklid of Pearson.

Moyer then picked up the pace and made it a four-car tussle for the lead as the top four were right together on the race track just as they entered heavy traffic on lap 21.  Pearson again tried to make a move on O’Neal. The leader had him by a nose at the start-finish line on lap 22 as the leaders battled through traffic.

With the top four all clustered up the first caution of the race came out for Freddy Smith, last year’s winner of this race on lap 28.  On the restart, O’Neal held his lead with Pearson remained second followed by Moyer, who had passed Owens for third and McDowell, who was still fifth.

With ten laps remaining O’Neal built what would be his biggest lead of the race at a mere four car lengths over Pearson.  Pearson re-grouped and started to close in on O’Neal as they race reach less than five laps to go.  Just as it looked like Pearson would make a final run on O’Neal, the caution came out with three laps to go for Brad Neat, who was running inside the top ten at the time.

The final restart of the race saw Pearson and Moyer keep the pressure on O’Neal, but O’Neal held his line and went on to score his first Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win since August 7, 2007 at Dubuque Speedway in Dubuque, IA. 

In the Lucas Oil Victory Lane for the 11th time in his racing career, O’Neal said his kids were giving him a hard time about when he was ever going to win another race.  “They were on me pretty good today about not winning in a while, but to win on my birthday is pretty cool, I’ve got to thank Tader Masters and Curt; this MasterSbilt Race Car ran so good, starting on the front row is a big advantage with the type of competition here tonight, I want to thank Jay Dickens, my engine builder who’s here tonight, all my sponsors, it feels good to finally win a Lucas Oil race it seems like forever since we did, but we’re really putting together a good team here and hopefully we’ll win some more of these before the seasons over,” said O’Neal who has finished second twice in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Standings in 2005 and 2006.

O’Neal’s bright yellow number 71 car is sponsored by Superior Cleaning, Sunoco Race Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tires, Jeff and Buddy Massengill and Hanzo Logistics.  With O’Neal’s win he moved into fifth place in the points standings.

Pearson in the Bobby Labonte Racing/J4 Liquid Energy/MasterSbilt continued his strong runs lately in finishing second followed Moyer in his Banner Valley Hauling/Clements Race Engines/Moyer Victory Circle Monte Carlo SS.  Completing the top five were Owens in the Mike Reece/Cornett Engines/Bloomquist race Cars Ford Fusion; and McDowell in the Clint Bowyer Racing/Dollar General/Warrior Race Cars Impala SS.

Completing the top ten were multi-time North Alabama track champion Chris Ragan of Ramer, TN who outdueled Steve Casebolt of Richmond, IN on the final lap to place sixth.  Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN who started 17th finished in eighth to earn the PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race as he maintained his points lead. Eric Jacobsen of Seacliffe Beach, CA finished ninth followed by Bub McCool of Vicksburg, MS.

In preliminary action Earl Pearson Jr. was the PRC Fast Qualifier among the 35 entrants with a lap of 13.632 seconds.  Heat race winners were Earl Pearson Jr., Billy Moyer, Don O’Neal and Jimmy Owens.  The B-main winners were Scott Bloomquist and Ronny Lee Hollingsworth.

To find out more about the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, log on to www.lucasdirt.com or call the series office at (951) 532-2503.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Race Summary

Friday Night, July 10th, 2009

“Heart of Dixie 40” @ North Alabama Speedway – Tuscumbia, AL

PRC Fast Time: Earl Pearson Jr. / 13.632 seconds

Hawk Brake First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Earl Pearson Jr., Dale McDowell, Steve Casebolt, Freddy Smith, Scott Bloomquist, Scott Slay, Chris Brown, John Blankenship, Jerry Owens

Hawk Brake Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Billy Moyer, Brad Neat, Chris Wall, David Breazeale, Anthony Burroughs, Jamie Elam, Wendell Wallace, Jerry Jackson, James Dodson

AFCO Racing Products Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Don O’Neal, Chris Ragan, Eric Jacobsen, Ross Camponovo, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Michael Walker, Leaon Henderson, Jamie Flannagan, Dean Carpenter

Tiger Rear Ends Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Jimmy Owens, Bub McCool, Dan Schlieper, Ray Cook, Mitchell Byars, Jeremy Broadus, Scott Creel, Josh Putnam

Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Advance): Scott Bloomquist, Anthony Burroughs, Wendell Wallace, Scott Slay, John Blankenship, Chris Brown, Jamie Elam, Jerry Owens, James Dodson

Wiles Drive Shafts Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Josh Putnam, Jamie Flannagan, Jeremy Broadus, Scott Creel, Leon Henderson, Michael Walker, Mitchell Byars, Dean Carpenter-DNS

Feature Finish (40 Laps): Don O’Neal, Earl Pearson Jr., Billy Moyer, Jimmy Owens, Dale McDowell, Chris Ragan, Steve Casebolt, Scott Bloomquist, Eric Jacobsen, Bub McCool, Chris Wall, Dan Schlieper, Ray Cook, John Blankenship, David Breazeale, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Brad Neat, Anthony Burroughs, Michael Walker, Josh Putnam, Freddy Smith, Wendell Wallace, Ross Camponovo, Jamie Flannagan, Jarry Jackson

Finish (Start) Car Number Driver Name

1.  (2) #71 Don O’Neal

2.  (1) #44 Earl Pearson Jr.

3.  (3) #21 Billy Moyer

4.  (4) #20 Jimmy Owens

5.  (5) #17M Dale McDowell

6.  (6) #c16 Chris Ragan

7.  (9) #c9 Steve Casebolt

8.  (17) #0 Scott Bloomquist

9.  (10) #5 Eric Jacobsen

10.  (8) #57J Bub McCool

11.  (11) #71W Chris Wall

12.  (12) #s9 Dan Schlieper

13.  (16) #53 Ray Cook

14.  (23) #23 John Blankenship

15.  (15) #54 David Breazeale

16.  (18) #18 Ronny Lee Hollingsworth

17.  (7) #41N Brad Neat

18.  (19) #121 Anthony Burroughs

19.  (24) #64 Michael Walker

20.  (20) #212 Josh Putnam

21.  (13) #00 Freddy Smith

22.  (21) #B1 Wendell Wallace

23.  (14) #18R Ross Campanovo

24.  (22) #79 Jamie Flannagan

25.  (25) #99J Jerry Jackson

Race Statistics

Entries:  35

Caution Flags: Freddy Smith (Lap 30); Brad Neat (Lap 37)

Lap Leaders: Don O’Neal (1-40)

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: John Blankenship, Michael Walker

PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race: Scott Bloomquist (Started 17th; Finished 8th – Advanced 9 Postions)

Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Chris Ragan

K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race: John Blankenship

Quarter Master Rookie of the Race: John Blankenship

Comp Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Jay Dickens

Time of the Race: 16 minutes 39 seconds

2009 Championship Points Standings

1.  Scott Bloomquist (Mooresburg, TN) 3975

2.  Dale McDowell (Chickamauga, GA)  3705

3.  Earl Pearson Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)  3680

4.  Jimmy Owens (Newport, TN)  3670

5.  Don O’Neal (Martinsville, IN)  3510

6.  Ray Cook (Brasstown, NC)  3490

7.  Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN) 3430

8.  Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)  3175

9.  Eric Jacobsen (Seacliffe Beach, CA)  2945

10.  Dan Schlieper (Sullivan, WI)  2915

11.  John Blankenship (Williamson, WV)  2905

12.  Josh McGuire (Grayson, KY)  2720

13.  David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS)  2645

14.  Freddy Smith (Seymour, TN)  2455

17. Michael Walker (Franklin, TN)  1915

2009 Quarter Master Rookie of the Year Points Standings

1.  John Blankenship (Williamson, WV)  2905

2.  David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS) 2645

3.  Michael Walker (Franklin, TN) 1915

4.  Jeep VanWormer (Pinnconning, MI)  1590

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BULLS GAP, TN (July 4, 2009) – Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, GA; driving for NASCAR Cup driver Clint Bowyer; won his second Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event of the season on Saturday Night at Volunteer Speedway as the 43-year-old veteran driver took home $10,000 in the Reece Monument Company 60.  Jimmy Owens of Newport, TN chased McDowell for the last 50 laps of the race but never could get enough momentum to pass McDowell even as the two battled in heavy traffic.  Don O’Neal of Martinsville, IN finished third followed by series point’s leader Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN and 23rd starting Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, FL who rallied late in the race after taking a series provisional as he came home in fifth.

McDowell earned the pole starting position for the main event by winning the first heat race.  Chris Madden started alongside of McDowell in row number one.  McDowell got the great start he was looking for as he beat Madden into the first corner. He quickly opened up a two car length over Madden with Owens running in third followed by 2008 track champion, Jeff Maupin and David Breazeale.

Scott Bloomquist, who started fourth, got off to a rough start as he banged the second turn wall, losing three spots on his first lap skirmish with the concrete.  McDowell and Madden then set a blistering pace as the two started to fight with the tail end of the field just eight circuits into the race.

McDowell was having some trouble clearing traffic and that allowed Madden to stay close to his left rear quarter panel. Just after McDowell had cleared Ricky Arms putting him a lap down, Madden made contact with Arms and spun around in turn four.  Madden showed his displeasure with Arms under caution as he felt Arms did not give him enough room to make a pass.

After the initial Delaware double-file restart of the race, the second caution flew for Mark Douglas who was running inside the top ten when he got caught up in a wreck in turn four and coming to a stop in the middle of turn four.  McDowell lined up in front on the restart, with Owens and Maupin side-by-side behind him.

When the green came back out again McDowell continued his early race dominance by pulling away from Owens who had cleared Maupin for second.  Maupin then had Don O’Neal and David Breazeale to contend with in a torrid race for third.

The third caution came out for former track champion Kerry Jones as he spun-out heading into turn one.  On the restart, McDowell again showed his strength as he built a lead of three car lengths on Owens as O’Neal was all over Maupin in the race for third with Bloomquist re-entering the picture as he was now running in fifth.

McDowell clicked off lap after lap in consistent fashion and that put him up to the rear of the field once again with 26 laps scored.  Owens took advantage of McDowell’s traffic issues as the leader had cars running two wide in front of him, making passing them difficult.  At the halfway mark McDowell was still on the point followed by Owens, Maupin, O’Neal and Bloomquist.

While McDowell not only had to concentrate on heavy traffic in front of him, Owens was now breathing down his neck as the 2009 Dirt Late Model Dream Winner was now focused on passing McDowell.  Owens tried for several laps to pull alongside McDowell, but never could get enough momentum in traffic as McDowell picked off cars slowly but surely thwarting Owens’ efforts.

With 15 laps to go, Owens was still there hounding McDowell as the two raced hard around the high-banked track, still having to contend with other cars they were trying to lap.  A break in the battle for the lead came as a caution for Ray Cook on lap 49; momentarily halting what was shaping up to be quite a finish.

While under caution, Maupin who had driven a superb race up until that point pulled out the race with fuel pressure problems ending hopes of a top three finish.  This was the fourth and final caution of the race which set up an eleven lap dash to the checkers.

McDowell again bolted away from the pack with clear race track as pulled away from Owens in the waning laps to score his second Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory of the season and his third career on the series tour as he maintained second in the championship points standings behind Scott Bloomquist.

In the Lucas Oil Victory Lane, McDowell commented on the traffic and finally getting that second win of the season after a flat tire cost him one a few weeks ago at Swainsboro, GA  “Everyone is so equal here (at Bulls Gap), with the way the race track is shaped and the traffic played such a role, we’ve been on top of things all night long, as long as I could keep the lapped cars between us I knew it would be tough for him (Owens) to pass me,  we’ve got new sponsors this week with Dollar General and General Mills we’d like to thank them for coming on board and this win is for them and Clint,” said McDowell.

“The Warrior car all year long has been good all year, Larry Clark with Custom Race Engines they’ve been strong as well and I want to thank Hoosier Tires, my crew Tommy Grecco and Caleb Bauer, they did a great job as always and thanks to the fans for coming out tonight, I didn’t know there for a while if we could get this done it with the rain, but it all worked out and hope everyone enjoyed the show.”

McDowell is also sponsored by Chevrolet, Scheck Industries, Cometic Gasket, Downs Transportation, Allstar Performance and Sunoco Race Fuels.

Completing the top ten were Joe Armes of Petros, TN, Steve Casebolt of Richmond, IN, Eric Jacobsen of Seacliffe Beach, CA, Chris Madden of Gaffney, SC and David Breazeale of Four Corners ,MS.

To find out more about the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, log on to www.lucasdirt.com or call the series office at (951) 532-2503.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Race Summary Saturday Night, July 4th, 2009 “Reece Monument Co. 60” @ Volunteer Speedway – Bulls Gap, TN

PRC Fast Time: Rick Rogers / 12.289 seconds                 

Hawk Brake First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Dale McDowell, Jeff Maupin, Mark Douglas, Steve Smith, John Blankenship, Ricky Arms, Jeff Neubert, Rick Rogers, Vic Hill, Herman Goddard

Hawk Brake Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Jimmy Owens, Dan Schlieper, Ray Cook, Steve Casebolt, Freddy Smith, Earl Pearson Jr., Terry Wolfenbarger, Marty Calloway, Michael Smith, Chris Brown

AFCO Racing Products Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Chris Madden, David Breazeale, Don O’Neal, Chad Ogle, randy Weaver, Kerry Jones, Brad Neat, Shon Flanary, Chris Chandler, Billy Ogle-DNS

Tiger Rear Ends Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Scott Bloomquist, Eric Jacobsen, Joe Armes, Tommy Kerr, Mike Marlar, Skip Arp, Dale Ball, Jensen Ford, Michael Walker, Mark Vineyard

Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Advance): John Blankenship, Ricky Arms, Rick Rogers, Terry Wolfenbarger, Jeff Neubert, Marty Calloway, Michael Smith, Chris Brown, Freddy Smith, Vic Hill-DNS, Herman Goddard-DNS

Wiles Drive Shafts Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Randy Weaver, Mike Marlar, Kerry Jones, Skip Arp, Dale Ball, Brad Neat, Jensen Ford, Shon Flanary, Mark Vineyard, Michael Walker, Chris Chandler, Billy Ogle-DNS

Feature Finish (50 Laps): Dale McDowell, Jimmy Owens, Don O’Neal, Scott Bloomquist, Earl Pearson Jr., Joe Armes, Steve Casebolt, Eric Jacobsen, Chris Madden, David Breazeale, John Blankenship, Chad Ogle, Dan Schlieper, Tommy Kerr, Brad Neat, Jeff Maupin, Ray Cook, Steve Smith, Kerry jones, Rick Rogers, Mark Douglas, Mike Marlar, Ricky Arms, Randy Weaver

Finish (Start) Car Number Driver Name

1.  (1) #17M Dale McDowell 2.  (3) #20 Jimmy Owens 3.  (10) #71 Don O’Neal 4.  (4) #0 Scott Bloomquist 5.  (23) #44 Earl Pearson Jr. 6.  (12) #77 Joe Armes 7.  (15) #c9 Steve Casebolt 8.  (8) #5 Eric Jacobsen 9.  (2) #44M Chris Madden 10.  (6) #54 David Breazeale 11.  (17) #23 John Blankenship 12.  (14) #10 Chad Ogle 13.  (7) #s9 Dan Schlieper 14.  (16) # 4T Tommy Kerr 15.  (24) #41N Brad Neat 16.  (5) #0M Jeff Maupin 17.  (11) #53 Ray Cook 18.  (13) #3 Steve Smith 19.  (22) #6 Kerry Jones 20.  (21) #44x Rick Rogers 21.  (9) #52D Mark Douglas 22.  (20) #157 Mike Marlar 23.  (19) #4a Ricky Arms 24.  (18) #B1 Randy Weaver

Race Statistics

Entries:  40 Caution Flags: Chris Madden (Lap 10); Mark Douglas (Lap 10); Kerry Jones (Lap 16); Ray Cook (Lap 49) Lap Leaders: Dale McDowell (Laps 1-60) Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Earl Pearson Jr., Brad Neat PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race: Earl Pearson Jr. (Started 23rd, Finished 5th; Advanced 18 Postions) Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Steve Casebolt K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race: Don O’Neal Quarter Master Rookie of the Race: David Breazeale Comp Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Custom Racing Engines Time of the Race: 36 minutes 8 seconds

2009 Championship Points Standings

1.  Scott Bloomquist (Mooresburg, TN) 3735 2.  Dale McDowell (Chickamauga, GA)  3450 3.  Jimmy Owens (Newport, TN)  3410 4.  Earl Pearson Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)  3390 5.  Ray Cook (Brasstown, NC)  3275 6.  Don O’Neal (Martinsville, IN)  3210 7.  Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN) 3185 8.  Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)  2980 9.  Josh McGuire (Grayson, KY) 2720 10.  Eric Jacobsen (Seacliffe Beach, CA)  2710 11.  John Blankenship (Williamson, WV)  2695 11.  Dan Schlieper (Sullivan, WI)  2695 13.  David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS)  2440 14.  Freddy Smith (Seymour, TN)  2280 17. Michael Walker (Franklin, TN)  1730

2009 Quarter Master Rookie of the Year Points Standings

1.  John Blankenship (Williamson, WV)  2695 2.  David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS) 2440 3.  Michael Walker (Franklin, TN) 1730 4.  Jeep VanWormer (Pinnconning, MI)  1590

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ZANESVILLE, OH (July 3, 2009) – Taking the lead on lap three Jason Covert of York Haven, PA withstood three caution flags and heavy race traffic as he went unchallenged in winning his first career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series main event on Friday Night at Muskingum Speedway. His victory in the Creno’s 50 earned him a cool $10,000 in the Lucas Oil Victory Lane.  Covert’s win allowed him to become the 18th different winner this season on the LOLMDS tour.

Eric Jacobsen led the first three laps until Covert who started third stormed to the lead.  Covert quickly stretched his lead as Jacobsen and Earl Pearson Jr. battled for second for several laps until Pearson passed the #5 machine on lap 13.  On the restart, Jacobsen retook second spot from Pearson as a torrid battle resumed for the runnerup spot behind the high flying Covert.

Covert held a commanding lead until the caution came out for Tim Dohm on lap 23. While under caution, the red flag came out as the lights went out in turn two.  After an extended break the race went green with Covert again racing unchallenged for the lead with Jacobsen, Josh Richards, Pearson and Steve Casebolt running in the top five.

Richards took second from Jacobsen on lap 23, but Covert had built a huge advantage over Richards and Pearson who climbed to third passing Jacobsen.  With heavy traffic in front of him the rest of the way Covert methodically worked his way around several cars putting them a lap down.  Covert then cleared his final hurdle as he had a clear race track in front of him with three laps to go as he had done his job in putting several cars between himself and Richards.

Covert then went on to score a convincing win becoming the fifth different driver in five Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series appearances at Muskingum County.  Richards held off Pearson at the line for second with Jacobsen coming home in fourth followed by the PBM/Erson cams Hard Charger of the Race, Donnie Moran of Dresden, OH who finished fifth after starting in 20th.

In the Lucas Oil Victory Lane for the first time, Covert thanked a multitude of people.  “I can’t believe I finally won a Lucas Oil race, I’ve dreamt about this for a long time, the type of drivers who were here tonight, man I don’t know what to say except I wish my dad was here to see this.  I want to thank my car owner Barry Klinedinst, my crew, Robbie Allen, American Racer Tires and Rocket Chassis everything was exceptional tonight and thanks to the fans for coming here to watch us race, I don’t race for a living, we don’t get to travel a lot, so that’s why it’s satisfying to win this race here tonight,” said the 38-year old racer who’s car receives sponsorship from Red Wing Shoes, VP Racing Fuels, Bam’s Auto Center, Pre-Mach Inc. Fabricators and Machining Dennis Eberly Building and Remodeling and Kuppy’s Diner.

Completing the top ten were Steve Casebolt, Jimmy Owens, Ray Cook, Dale McDowell and Bart Hartman.

In preliminary action Josh Richards was the PRC Fast Time in qualifications with a lap of 16.287 seconds among the 43 entrants on hand.  Heat race winners were Earl Pearson Jr., Jimmy Owens, Eric Jacobsen and Jason Covert.  Kyle Bates and Freddy Smith were B-main winners.

To find out more about the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, log on to www.lucasdirt.com or call the series office at (951) 532-2503.

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series

Race Summary Friday Night, July 3rd, 2009 “Creno’s 50” @ Muskingum County Speedway – Zanesville, OH

PRC Fast Time: Josh Richards / 16.287 seconds   

Hawk Brake First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Earl Pearson Jr., Josh Richards, Josh McGuire, Matt Lux, Kyle Bates, Chad Hina, Devin Moran, Steve Bigley, Bryan Casey, Robert Flanagan, Russell Frohnapfel

Hawk Brake Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Jimmy Owens, Steve Casebolt, Dale McDowell, Dan Schlieper, Tim Dohm, Matt Miller, Ryan Markham, David Breazeale, Tracy Fritter, Steve Prince, Cortney Clewell

AFCO Racing Products Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Eric Jacobsen, Scott Bloomquist, Bart Hartman, Brad Neat, Freddy Smith, Shane McLoughlin, Dan Shrigley, Lance Elson, Weston Hutichison, Cody Parker, Rick Aukland

Tiger Rear Ends Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Jason Covert, Ray Cook, Doug Dodd, Don O’Neal, Steve Shaver, Donnie Moran, John Blankenship, Michael Walker, Corey Conley, Ty Myers

Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Advance): Kyle Bates, Matt Miller, Tim Dohm, Devin Moran, David Breazeale, Bryan Casey, Tracy Fritter, Robert Flanagan, Ryan Markham, Russell Frohnapfel, Chad Hina, Steve Prince, Steve Bigley, Cortney Clewell-DNS

Wiles Drive Shafts Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Freddy Smith, Donnie Moran, Shane McLoughlin, Steve Shaver, Dan Shrigley, John Blankenship, Lance Elson, Cody Parker, Corey Conley, Ty Myers, Michael Walker, Weston Hutchison, Rick Aukland-DNS

Feature Finish (50 Laps): Jason Covert, Josh Richards, Earl Pearson Jr., Eric Jacobsen, Donnie Moran, Steve Casebolt, Jimmy Owens, Ray Cook, Dale McDowell, Bart Hartman, Scott Bloomquist, Doug Dodd, Josh McGuire, Don O’Neal, Dan Schlieper, Matt Lux, Freddy Smith, Devin Moran, David Breazeale, Shane McLoughlin, John Blankenship, Kyle Bates, Cody Parker, Brad Neat, Tim Dohm, Matt Miller.

Finish (Start) Car Number Driver Name

1.  (4) #43A Jason Covert

2.  (5) #25 Josh Richards

3.  (1) #44 Earl Pearson Jr.

4.  (2) #5 Eric Jacobsen

5.  (20) #99 Donnie Moran

6.  (7) #c9 Steve Casebolt

7.  (3) #20 Jimmy Owens

8.  (8) #53 Ray Cook

9.  (11) #17M Dale McDowell

10.  (10) #75 Bart Hartman

11.  (6) #0 Scott Bloomquist

12.  (12) #12D Doug Dodd

13.  (9) #41 Josh McGuire

14.  (16) #71 Don O’Neal

15.  (15) #s9 Dan Schlieper

16.  (13) #21L Matt Lux

17.  (18) #00 Freddy Smith

18.  (26) #99M Devin Moran

19.  (24) #54 David Breazeale

20.  (22) #9M Shane McLoughlin

21.  (23) #23 John Blankenship

22.  (17) #11b Kyle Bates

23.  (25) #63 Cody Parker

24.  (14) #41N Brad Neat

25.  (21) #17T Tim Dohm

26.  (19) #7 Matt Miller

Race Statistics

Entries: 43 Caution Flags: Matt Miller (Lap 12); Tim Dohm, Brad Neat (Lap 13); Tim Dohm (Lap 23) Lap Leaders: Eric Jacobsen (1-2); Jason Covert (3-50) Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: John Blankenship, David Breazeale PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race: Donnie Moran Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Eric Jacobsen K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race: Josh Richards Quarter Master Rookie of the Race: David Breazeale Comp Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Hershey’s Racing Engines Time of the Race: 56 minutes 06 seconds

2009 Championship Points Standings

1.  Scott Bloomquist (Mooresburg, TN) 3525

2.  Dale McDowell (Chickamauga, GA)  3200

3.  Earl Pearson Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)  3185

4.  Jimmy Owens (Newport, TN)  3180

5.  Ray Cook (Brasstown, NC)  3130

6.  Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN) 2990

6.  Don O’Neal (Martinsville, IN)  2990

8.  Brad Neat (Dunnville, KY)  2825

9.  Josh McGuire (Grayson, KY) 2720

10.  Dan Schlieper (Sullivan, WI)  2530

11.  John Blankenship (Williamson, WV) 2520

11.  Eric Jacobsen (Seacliffe Beach, CA) 2520

13.  David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS)  2260

14.  Freddy Smith (Seymour, TN)  2185

17. Michael Walker (Franklin, TN)  1635

2009 Quarter Master Rookie of the Year Points Standings

1.  John Blankenship (Williamson, WV)  2500

2.  David Breazeale (Four Corners, MS) 2260

3.  Michael Walker (Franklin, TN) 1635

4.  Jeep VanWormer (Pinnconning, MI)  1590

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