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WHEATLAND, MO (July 22, 2006)- Coming off of an impressive win on Friday Night at Knoxville (IA) Raceway Brian Birkhofer picked up his second $10,000 victory of the weekend on Saturday Night as he won the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event at the "Diamond of Dirt Tracks" Lucas Oil Speedway. Birkhofer survived a three wide race for the lead with one lap to go and came home the winner barely edging out Don O'Neal and Scott Bloomquist for the victory before a jam-packed audience. The 34-year-old Muscatine, IA native piloted his J&J Steel/Simon Trucking Driver Recruitment/Daufeldt Transport/TB and Company/Bryant Roofing/Pratt Motorsports/ASI Racewear/Community Bank of Muscatine/JC Dubil Race Parts/McDonald's of the Quad Cities/Pro Power Engines/Rocket Chevrolet to the winner's circle for his fourth career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win. O'Neal of Martinsville, IN was second in the Randall Eller/Independence Lumber/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo with Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN finishing third in his Miller Brothers Coal/Vic Hill Racing Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars Chevrolet. Completing the top five were 16th starting Jimmy Mars of Menomonie, WI in the Deppe Enterprises/Heeg Well Drilling/MasterSbilt from Mars Monte Carlo and Terry Phillips of Springfield, MO in the Presley's Country Jubilee/Hatfield Racing Engines/GRT. A total of 42 cars were on hand at the Forrest Lucas owned facility, which hosted the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series for the very first time. The event was also a points race for the O'Reilly Auto Parts MLRA Series. The 50 lapper, which was taped before the cameras of SPEED Channel, would see Birkhofer start from the pole alongside Don O'Neal. O'Neal would be credited with leading the opening lap with Birkhofer, Terry Phillips, Matt Miller and Ronny Lee Hollingsworth the top five. However by the second go round Birkhofer would be the new man in the lead with O'Neal in second. The top five drivers would remain in the same running order up until the ninth circuit. At this point in the race Birkhofer was steadily holding a two to three car length advantage over O'Neal. Positions changed in the top five on the ninth lap with Phillips getting by O'Neal for second and 10th place starting Scott Bloomquist passing Hollingsworth for fifth. By lap 17 Birkhofer was starting to pick up the tail end of the field with Phillips and O'Neal slicing into his lead. But Birkhofer would manage to slip away from Phillips and O'Neal in traffic as he was up to a half a straightaway lead by the 23rd lap. On that same lap O'Neal was able to get back around Phillips in the race for second. At the halfway mark it was still Birkhofer showing the way followed by O'Neal, Phillips, Miller and Bloomquist. While the battle for second was good Miller and Bloomquist were putting on their own show for fourth running side-by-side lap after lap until Bloomquist would take the fourth spot on lap 30. With 20 circuits to go and with Birkhofer seemingly comfortable in front, O'Neal and Phillips would again start to track down the leader in traffic. With no cautions to clear the track in front of him, Birkhofer was encountering a little more difficult task this time around with traffic as O'Neal and Phillips would close right behind him with ten laps remaining in the race. Just when O'Neal was making a bid to take over the top spot the first and only caution of the race would come out with 46 laps complete. On the restart it would be Birkhofer, O'Neal, Phillips, Miller, Bloomquist and 16th starting Jimmy Mars in a four-lap shootout to see who would take the win. When the green flag flew to restart the race it would signal the beginning of a tremendous last four laps for the capacity crowd on hand. O'Neal would go to the very bottom of the race track just as he had done for most of the race with Bloomquist going to the middle and top groove in their attempts to overhaul Birkhofer for the lead. Mars went to fourth with three laps to go as he was now in the battle for the win. With the cars coming off of turn four for the white flag, they were three wide for the lead with O'Neal on the bottom, Bloomquist in the middle and Birkhofer up top. Coming off of turn number two on the final lap Birkhofer would get the run on O'Neal and Bloomquist and head out of turn four to the checkers to take a very close win over O'Neal and Bloomquist. Mars would finish fourth followed by Phillips. "Man what a race," proclaimed Birkhofer afterwards. "I just want to thank Johnny Johnson of J&J Steel and Jeff Daufeldt of Daufeldt Transport for all of their help." "The year didn't start like we wanted to, we've really struggled at times, but lately this Rocket Chassis has been running really well." "I mean to beat guys like O'Neal and Bloomquist here tonight says alot about our team that we can get the job done." "Don raced me hard and clean and I know Scott was there as well, man what a weekend!" Completing the top ten were Matt Miller, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Steve Casebolt, Donnie Moran and Earl Pearson, Jr. The preliminary action would see Kerry Hansen take the Comp Cams Fast Time at 16.351 seconds. The PBM Performance Product Heats Races went to Matt Miller, C.J. Lyle, Brian Birkhofer and Don O'Neal. The Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main winner was Scott Drake and the Penske Shocks Second B-Main was taken by Al Purkey. The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" went to Birkhofer whose last lap pass of Steve Casebolt in heat race number three put him in a scenario where he would be in the heat race winner draw in which he drew the pole position for the feature. The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" is awarded at each Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event and can take place during a heat race, b-main or the feature event. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will next be in action in the Illini State of Illinois with back-to-back races this upcoming weekend. On Saturday Night, July 29 the series will be at the Izzo Family promoted La Salle Speedway in La Salle, IL for the $10,000 to win "Illinois Valley Challenge" and on Sunday Night, July 30 a visit to Kevin and Tammy Gundaker's Tri City Speedway in Pontoon Beach, IL awaits the fans and drivers for the "Miller Lite 50" paying $10,000 to win. Both events will be taped by the cameras of SPEED Channel and shown on a date and time to be announced in the future.Race Summary Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series/O'Reilly Auto Parts MLRA Series Saturday Night, July 22, 2006 Lucas Oil Speedway-Wheatland, MO Comp Cams Fast Time: Kerry Hansen 16.351 seconds PBM Performance Products First Heat: (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Matt Miller, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Kerry Hansen, Chris Wall, Michael England, David Turner, Richard Foster, Shad Badder, Justin Wells, Steve Rushin, Gary Stolba PBM Performance Products Second Heat: (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Terry Phillips, C.J. Lyle, Scott Bloomquist, Dewaine Hottinger, Scott Drake, Shane Essary, Scott James, Brandon McCormick, Brady Smith, Reid Millard, Bryon Allison PBM Performance Products Third Heat: (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Brian Birkhofer, Steve Casebolt, Shannon Anastosopolos, Stacy Taylor, Larry Jones, Chris Smyser, Jeff Floyd, Freddy Smith, Johnny Bone, Jr., Earl Pearson, Jr. PBM Performance Products Fourth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Don O'Neal, Donnie Moran, Alan Vaughn, Jimmy Mars, Al Purkey, Larry Clawson, David Barker, Jason Bodenhamer, Eric Anderson, P.J. Haskins Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Scott Drake, Shane Essary, Michael England, David Turner, Richard Foster, Steve Rushin, Justin Wells, Brandon McCormick, Shad Badder, Reid Millard, Brady Smith, Gary Stolba, Scott James Penske Shocks Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Al Purkey, Jeff Floyd, Freddy Smith, Larry Jones, Johnny Bone, Jr., Jason Bodenhamer, Eric Anderson, David Barker, P. J. Haskins, Earl Pearson, Jr., Larry Clawson, Chris Smyser Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series/MLRA Main Event: (50 Laps): Brian Birkhofer, Don O'Neal, Scott Bloomquist, Jimmy Mars, Terry Phillips, Matt Miller, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Steve Casebolt, Donnie Moran, Earl Pearson, Jr., Alan Vaughn, Al Purkey, Scott Drake, David Turner, Shane Essary, Stacy Taylor, Freddy Smith, Scott James, Dewaine Hottinger, Michael England, Kerry Hansen, Shannon Anastosopolos, Chris Wall, Jeff Floyd, David Barker, C.J. LyleRace Statistics Entries: 42 Yellow Flags: 1 Red Flags: 0 Lap Leaders: Don O'Neal 1, Brian Birkhofer 2-50 Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Jimmy Mars (started 16th and finished fourth, advanced 12 positions) K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race: Brian Birkhofer Hawk Brake Tough Break Award: Chris Wall Quarter Master Move of the Race: Scott Bloomquist On the Edge Graphics Fastest Non Qualifier: Brandon McCormick Weld Wheels Award: Ronny Lee Hollingsworth Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Earl Pearson, Jr. and Scott James O'Reilly Auto Parts MLRA Series Provisionals: David Turner and David Barker Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Race: Steve CaseboltCurrent Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Standings (After July 22) 1. Earl Pearson, Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)-3555 2. Don O'Neal (Martinsville, IN)-3435 3. Donnie Moran (Dresden, OH)-3200 4. Matt Miller (Waterville, OH)-3005 5. Scott James (Lawrenceburg, IN)-2775 6. Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-2750 7. Freddy Smith (Seymour,TN)-2280 8. Michael England (Glasgow, KY)-2075 9. Scott Bloomquist (Mooresburg, TN)-1920 10. Brady Smith (Solon Springs, WI)-1910 11. Tim Dohm (Cross Lanes, WV)-1810 12. Brian Birkhofer (Muscatine, IA)-1685 13. Corey Conley (Wellsburg, WV)-1640 14. Darren Miller (Chadwick, IL)-1615 15. Jimmy Mars (Menomonie, WI)-1530Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Year Standings (after July 22) 1. Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-2750 2. Michael England (Glasgow, KY)-2075 3. Brady Smith (Solon Springs, WI)-1910 4. Corey Conley (Wellsburg, WV)-1640 5. Damon Eller (Crumpler, NC)-1125

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KNOXVILLE, IA (July 21, 2006)- Brian Birkhofer of Muscatine, IA always seems to shine the brightest on his home turf and Friday Night at the Knoxville (IA) Raceway he stole the spotlight again in winning the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Iowa Telecom Summer Classic. Birkhofer became the 13th different winner with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series in 2006 pocketing $10,000 for the win. The 34-year-old Birkhofer went to winners circle at Knoxville driving his J&J Steel/Daufeldt Transport/TB and Company/Simon Trucking Driver Recruitment/Bryant Roofing/S&S Concrete/Pratt Motorsports/ASI Racewear/Community Bank of Muscatine/JC Dubil Race Parts/McDonald’s of the Quad Cities/Pro Power Engines/Rocket Chevrolet. Jimmy Mars of Menomonie, WI who led the most laps during the race finished second in his Deppe Enterprises/T.L. Sinz Plumbing/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo followed by Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN in his Miller Brothers Coal/Hawkeye Trucking/Bloomquist Race Cars Chevrolet. Fourth place went to pole sitter Matt Miller of Waterville, OH in the Dirt Shop, Inc/McCullough Industries/MasterSbilt Grand Prix with 20th starting Darren Miller claiming fifth in the Ideal Ready Mix/Pro Power/Rocket Ford Taurus. On the opening lap Matt Miller and Jimmy Mars came across the start-finish line side by side to score lap one even. Miller then would clear Mars for the lead on the second circuit to take over the point. Miller one show the way another time around the speedy half-mile oval until Mars would forge ahead on lap three. Mars would then pull out to an eight-car length lead over Miller with Scott Bloomquist running in third followed by Brian Birkhofer and Don O’Neal. Mars would then see Miller cut his lead down to three car lengths by the eighth lap with impending traffic in front of the leaders. The first caution of the race came out for Matt Furman on lap 12 after he stalled in turn number two. On the restart Mars would again show the way with Miller in second, Birkhofer now up to third followed by Bloomquist and O’Neal. The second caution flag of the race came out for Chris Spieker on lap 17 which slowed the field again. On the restart Mars who had built a seven car length advantage would see his lead disappear on the ensuing restart with Birkhofer and Miller lined up right behind him. With 20 laps scored Mars was still out in front with a torrid battle for second between Birkhofer and Miller taking place. Birkhofer would then start to challenge Mars for the lead as he riding the high groove on the racetrack and Mars was protecting the middle line. The fourth caution of the 50-lap event was for debris with 24 laps scored. On the restart the crossed flags indicating half way would see Mars with a slim lead over Birkhofer with Miller and Bloomquist trailing. The fifth yellow of the event was for Scott James on lap 28 as he slowed on the back straight. With 22 laps to go Mars would maintain his lead on the restart with Miller back into second place with Birkhofer in hot pursuit. Darren Miller who started 20th on the grid was now up to fifth and challenging Bloomquist for fourth place. With ten laps to go Mars was looking good out in front with Birkhofer running the high side in his attempt to overtake him. Traffic would enter the picture with 12 laps to go as Mars was back to a six-car length lead over Birkhofer. The sixth and final caution of the race came out on lap 39 for debris on the racetrack. That would set up an 11-lap shootout with Mars on the point followed by Birkhofer and Bloomquist. On the restart it would take Birkhofer just two laps to take over the lead for the first time in the race. Birkhofer then would quickly build a six car length lead over Mars in the last five laps as he would take his car through some traffic obstacles near the end of the race, but still maintain a comfortable margin at the end. Mars would then have to hold off Bloomquist to take second. Matt Miller would come home in fourth followed by the hard charger of the race, Darren Miller. “Wow it always great to win here in my home state and especially here a Knoxville.” “It’s close to home and it was a great race to watch I’m sure for the fans.” “Jimmy raced me clean like I knew he would and Scott Bloomquist, he’s my idol and what can I say it was a good clean race.” Completing the top ten were Don O’Neal, Earl Pearson, Jr., Chris Wall, Freddy Smith and Brady Smith. In preliminary action Brian Birkhofer was the fastest qualifier for the 33-car field at 18.505 seconds. Jimmy Mars, Scott Bloomquist and Matt Miller won the PBM Performance Products Heat Races. The Mason Racin’ Rebel Shock Dyno B-Main was won by Freddy Smith. The K&N Engineering “Clean Pass of the Race” went to Brian Birkhofer for his winning pass on Jimmy Mars to take over the lead. The K&N Engineering “Clean Pass of the Race” is awarded at each Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event and can be awarded during a heat race, B-main or A-main.

Race Summary Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Friday Night, July 21, 2006 Knoxville Raceway-Knoxville, IA Comp Cams Fast Time: Brian Birkhofer 18.505 seconds PBM Performance Products First Heat: (10 Laps-Top 5 Advance): Jimmy Mars, Don O'Neal, Brian Birkhofer, Steve Casebolt, Kerry Hansen, Freddy Smith, Todd Shute, Andrew McKay, Johnny Johnson, Michael England, Jill George PBM Performance Products Second Heat: (10 Laps-Top 5 Advance): Scott Bloomquist, Donnie Moran, Earl Pearson, Jr., Matt Furman, Steve Ihm, Jay Johnson, Chris Spieker, Paul Glendenning, Ryan Vicker, Justin Fegers, Darren Miller PBM Performance Products Third Heat: (10 Laps-Top 5 Advance): Matt Miller, Brady Smith, Chris Wall, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Scott James, Chris Smyser, Denny Woodworth, Boone McLaughlin, Johnny Bone, Jr., Jeff French, Alonzo Grosse Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 7 Advance): Freddy Smith, Chris Spieker, Boone McLaughlin, Todd Shute, Darren Miller, Justin Fegers, Denny Woodworth, Chris Smyser, Michael England, Paul Glendenning, Johnny Bone, Jr., Andrew McKay, Johnny Johnson, Ryan Vicker, Jeff French, Jill George, Jay Johnson Iowa Telecom Summer Classic A-Main: (50 Laps): Brian Birkhofer, Jimmy Mars, Scott Bloomquist, Matt Miller, Darren Miller, Don O'Neal, Earl Pearson, Jr., Chris Wall, Freddy Smith, Brady Smith, Justin Fegers, Boone McLaughlin, Todd Shute, Michael England, Steve Ihm, Jay Johnson, Scott James, Steve Casebolt, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Donnie Moran, Chris Spieker, Matt Furman, Denny Woodworth, Kerry HansenRace Statistics: Entries: 33 Yellow Flags: 6 Red Flags: 0 Lap Leaders: Jimmy Mars-1, Matt Miller 2-3, Mars 4-41, Brian Birkhofer 42-50 Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Darren Miller (Started 20th and finished 5th, advanced 15 positions) K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race: Brian Birkhofer Hawk Brake Tough Brake Award: Donnie Moran Quarter Master Move of the Race: Jimmy Mars On the Edge Graphics Fastest Non Qualifier: Johnny Bone, Jr. Weld Wheels Award: Freddy Smith Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Race: Brady Smith Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Michael England and Jay Johnson

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COLUMBUS, MS (July 15, 2006)- The "Intimagator" Chris Wall of Holden, LA scored his first ever Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win on Saturday Night at the Columbus (MS) Speedway as the 38 year old racer took the lead on third lap of the 50 lap Cliburn Tank Lines 8th Annual James Nickoles Memorial Race presented by the Columbus Convention and Visitors Bureau and then withstood several caution flags to become the 12th different winner on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Tour in '06 as he led the remainder of the race. Wall earned $10,000 for the victory in front of one of the largest crowds in the history of the Johnny Stokes promoted facility. Wall drove his Xtreme Graphics/Stuckey Enterprises/C&M Gator Farm/Gator Trax Boats/GVS Racing/Eagle Motorsports/American Racer Tires/Wall2Wall Performance Engines/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo to his 18th overall win this season. Mike Boland of Cuba, AL also put up an exceptional effort running right with Wall for the entire race as he came home in second in his Boland Performance/Jay Dickens Racing Engines/Rocket GTO with 15th starting Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN passing Earl Pearson, Jr. on the final lap to finish third in his Miller Brothers Coal/Vic Hill Racing Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars Chevrolet as Pearson finished fourth in the Lucas Oil Products/Larry Wallace Racing Engines/MasterSbilt Ford Taurus. Steve Casebolt of Richmond, IN who started 17th on the grid wound up fifth in the Dargie Race Engines/Rocket Ford Taurus. A total of 58 cars were on hand for the event which was also a points race for the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series. Fellow Alabama drivers Mike Boland and Ronny Lee Hollingsworth would draw the front row from the six heat race winners but it was Kentucky's Brad Neat who would sprint from his third place starting spot to nab the lead as the first lap was being scored. Disaster however would strike Neat on the second go round as he spun coming off of turn number two and came to a halt bringing out the caution flag. With Neat relegated to the tail Boland would inherit the lead with Wall, Don O'Neal, Earl Pearson, Jr. and Donnie Moran your top five at this point. On the restart Wall who started fifth would take the lead from Boland as the pace up front and throughout the field was fast and furious around "The Baddest Bullring in the South." Moran would make a charge taking over third on the fourth circuit with Scott James coming to fourth place. On the sixth lap James and O'Neal would make contact as both drivers would eventually go pit side following their lap six skirmish. On the restart a four car wreck would again slow the action with Wall still holding the point. As the race progressed to green flag action with ten laps in the books it was Wall showing the way with Pearson back in the thick of things taking the runner-up slot just ahead of Boland, Moran and Matt Miller. A caution for debris on lap 12 would again halt the action as Boland would get the advantage over Pearson for second on a lap 13 restart. The race for the lead was extremely exciting as Wall, Boland and Pearson were putting on a show for the huge crowd on hand. Boland and Pearson would run side by side for not only this portion of the race but for most of the half as well. At the halfway mark Wall was still in command with Boland and Pearson in tow. Billy Moyer who had slipped from fourth to 11th in the early running order was now getting it going as he was headed to the front moving into the fourth slot by lap 24 with Scott Bloomquist the previous night's winner at North Alabama hot on his heels. With 20 laps to go Wall would maintain a two car length lead over Boland and Pearson. With Boland and Pearson dueling it out side by side and Moyer and Bloomquist going door to door there was action all over the track. A caution on lap 36 for Eddie Rickman would slow the field for the next to last time. A total of four good green flags would then get scored until the final caution for debris on the track would see the yellow wave for the last time on lap 40. With ten laps to go Wall would again see Boland and Pearson right behind him on the double file restart. A car who really showed strength as the laps wound down was Steve Casebolt. Casebolt who started 17th was hanging tough with Moyer and Bloomquist as he would pass Bloomquist and then Moyer for fourth. With five laps to go Wall was still only one to two car lengths at the most ahead of Boland and Pearson. Boland and Pearson would swap second place lap after lap with Boland scored in second with nine laps to go. The two would still go side by side with Pearson on the low groove and Boland riding the rim of the track. With the five to go signal given it was finally showtime for Boland and Pearson as the question remained could they eventually pass Wall in the closing laps. Boland would shoot off the corners charging to the outside of the middle groove running Wall with Pearson showing his talents on the hub. With the white flag Boland and Pearson would once more give it their all but Wall was just too tough as he would hold on and cross the finish line first for his initial Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory in front of a cheering crowd. Boland who drove a great race as well finished with Bloomquist taking the high side in the last few laps to go by Pearson on the white flag lap to claim third. Pearson would cross the stripe in fourth followed by the strong effort of Casebolt. In victory lane the popular Wall would greet the home area crowd with a fence climbing victory celebration and then told the throng of fans. "Man that was a great race, to outrun Mike and Earl and this great field of drivers is just fantastic." "The car was just great all race long, there were a lot of cautions and we just hung in there and kept our line and you know you can race anywhere on this track and those other guys were giving it their all, but we just had everything right tonight." "I want to thank all the great fans that came out here tonight; I believe they saw a tremendous race." Completing the top ten were Billy Moyer, Donnie Moran, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Rick Rickman and Matt Miller. In preliminary action at Columbus Earl Pearson, Jr. would garner the Comp Cams Fast Time for the 58 entrants with a quick lap of 13.93 seconds. The PBM Performance Products Heat Races were won by Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Billy Moyer, Donnie Moran, Brad Neat, Mike Boland and Chris Wall. The Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main was won by Rob Litton and the Penske Shocks Second B-Main saw David Breazeale victorious. The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" would go to Scott Bloomquist with his move in passing Earl Pearson, Jr. for third place on the final lap. The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" is awarded at each Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event and can take place during a heat, consy or feature event. The much anticipated trip to the Midwest for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series awaits the competitors and fans next as the series heads to the historic Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, IA for the "Iowa Telecom Summer Classic" this Friday Night, July 21. On Saturday Night, July 22 the series makes its first ever visit as well to the Lucas Oil Speedway "The Diamond of Dirt Tracks" in Wheatland, MO and to conclude the upcoming weekend with a visit to the Gundaker family promoted Tri-City Speedway in Pontoon Beach, IL awaits the drivers on Sunday Night, July 23. All three events will pay $10,000 to win and the cameras of SPEED Channel will be on hand all three nights to tape the action. The event will be shown on a date and time to be announced in the future. For more information on these races you can visit the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series website at www.lucasdirt.com.Race Summary Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Saturday Night, July 15, 2006 Columbus Speedway-Columbus, MS Comp Cams Fast Time: Earl Pearson, Jr. 13.93 PBM Performance Products First Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Earl Pearson, Jr., Scott James, Dean Carpenter, Bub McCool, Shawn Edwards, Joe Baroni, Mark Stokes, Cliff Williams PBM Performance Products Second Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Billy Moyer, Matt Miller, Tombo Callahan, Jim Bo McDuffie, John Mason, Terrance Nowell, Dennis Duncan, Jason Cliburn, Mark Dodson PBM Performance Products Third Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Donnie Moran, Don O'Neal, Scott Bloomquist, Rob Litton, Jay Blair, Clint Logan, Chad Thrash, Dwight Falcon, Ray Mottz PBM Performance Products Fourth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Brad Neat, Scott Dedwylder, Rick Rickman, David Breazeale, Justin McRee, Anthony Burroughs, Jack Daughtry, Stacy Holmes, Terry Wilson PBM Performance Products Fifth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Mike Boland, Garrett Durrett, Steve Casebolt, Scott Slay, Chris Jimerson, Wade Byars, Jessie Bailey, Roger Shirley, Freddy Smith PBM Performance Products Sixth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Chris Wall, Jamie Elam, Eddie Rickman, Neil Baggett, Michael England, Jimmy Cliburn, Jerry Inmon, Ricky Rawson, Don Cliburn Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance): Rob Litton, Dean Carpenter, Bub McCool, Terrance Nowell, Jay Blair, John Mason, Dwight Falcon, Clint Logan, Mark Dodson, Dennis Duncan, Jason Cliburn, Chad Thrash, Joey McKinney, Shawn Edwards, Ray Mottz, Jim Bo McDuffie Penske Shocks Second B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance): David Breazeale, Stacy Holmes, Jimmy Cliburn, Jessie Bailey, Ricky Rawson, Jerry Inmon, Wade Byars, Jack Daughtry, Scott Slay, Anthony Burroughs, Neil Baggett, Justin McRee, Michael England, Chris Jimerson, Freddy Smith 8th Annual James Nickoles Memorial A-Main Finish: (50 Laps): Chris Wall, Mike Boland, Scott Bloomquist, Earl Pearson, Jr., Steve Casebolt, Billy Moyer, Donnie Moran, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Rick Rickman, Matt Miller, Rob Litton, Scott Dedwylder, Jamie Elam, Scott Slay, Jay Blair, Eddie Rickman, Stacy Holmes, David Breazeale, Brad Neat, Michael England, Dean Carpenter, Tombo Callahan, Scott James, Don O'Neal, Garrett Durrett, Shawn EdwardsRace Statistics Entries: 58 Caution Flags: 12 Red Flags: 0 Lap Leaders: Brad Neat 1, Mike Boland 2, Chris Wall 3-50 Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Steve Casebolt (started 17th and finished 5th, advanced 12 positions) K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race: Scott Bloomquist Hawk Break Tough Break Award: Brad Neat Quarter Master Move of the Race: Chris Wall On the Edge Graphics Fastest Non Qualifier: John Mason Weld Wheels Award: Matt Miller Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Race: Steve Casebolt Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Freddy Smith and Michael England Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series Provisionals: Jay Blair and Scott Slay Track Provisional: Shawn EdwardsCurrent Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship Points Standings (After July 15) 1. Earl Pearson, Jr. (Jacksonville, FL)-3180 2. Don O'Neal (Martinsville, IN)-3005 3. Donnie Moran (Dresden, OH)-2885 4. Matt Miller (Waterville, OH)-2595 5. Scott James (Lawrenceburg, IN)-2490 6. Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-2420 7. Freddy Smith (Seymour, TN)-1950 8. Tim Dohm (Cross Lanes, WV)-1810 9. Michael England (Glasgow, KY)-1785 10. Brady Smith (Solon Springs, WI)-1645 11. Corey Conley (Wellsburg, WV)-1640 12. Scott Bloomquist (Mooresburg, TN)-1480 13. Billy Moyer (Batesville, AR)-1465 14. Rick Eckert (York, PA)-1450 15. Darren Miller (Chadwick, IL)-1410Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Year Standings 1. Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-2420 2. Michael England (Glasgow, KY)-1785 3. Brady Smith (Solon Springs, WI)-1645 4. Corey Conley (Wellsburg, WV)--1640 5. Damon Eller (Crumpler, NC)-1125

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TUSCUMBIA, AL (July 14, 2006)- Taking the lead at the start of the "Heart of Dixie 40" on Friday Night at the North Alabama Speedway Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN led every lap in taking the $7,000 first place money as he scored his fifth Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event of 2006. Overall this year Bloomquist has won 11 main events in just 16 starts as he drove his Miller Brothers Coal/Hawkeye Trucking/Allstar Performance/Sweet Manufacturing/Ohlins/K-B Carburetors/VP Racing Fuels/Vic Hill Racing Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars Chevrolet to victory at North Alabama outlasting three caution flags in leading Don O'Neal by six car lengths to the checkers. O'Neal of Martinsville, In took the runner-up cash in the Randall Eller/Independence Lumber/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo with current series points leader, Earl Pearson, Jr. of Jacksonville, FL coming home third in the Carlton and Kemp Lamm/Lucas Oil Products/MasterSbilt Ford Taurus. Billy Moyer of Batesville, AR was fourth in the J&J Steel/Pro Power Engines/C.J. Rayburn Monte Carlo with Chris Wall of Holden, LA finishing fifth in the C&M Gator Farm/Wall2Wall Performance Engines/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo. A standing room, overflow crowd was on hand as 38 cars were in attendance at the Jeff Greer promoted facility. Ronny Lee Hollingsworth and Bloomquist started from the front row of the main event as Bloomquist would grab the point down the back straight on the opening circuit going by Hollingsworth using the outside line. Byron Michael was running third with fifth starting Don O'Neal a close fourth with one lap scored. O'Neal would wait two laps before dropping Michael to fourth. Billy Moyer, who started ninth had moved to sixth by the fifth lap then went by two more cars a lap later to put his car in fourth. Earl Pearson, Jr. was another car on the move as he was up to fifth challenging Moyer for fourth. With ten laps scored Hollingsworth was still mounting a challenge for the lead pressuring Bloomquist until O'Neal would catch the two frontrunners and pass Hollingsworth for second on lap eight. Bloomquist and O'Neal then would pull away from Hollingsworth as the leading duo would enter traffic by the 10th circuit. O'Neal closed on Bloomquist rapidly as the two encountered some heavy traffic around the racy 3/8ths mile oval. The race for third was heating up as Moyer and Pearson went by Hollingsworth for third and fourth. O'Neal would get within a car length of Bloomquist before the first caution of the race fell on lap 21 for a three car accident in turn four. Then four laps later Tony Morris would bring out the second caution when he stopped in turn three. With 30 laps in the books Bloomquist was holding a three to four car length advantage over O'Neal with Moyer, Pearson and Chris Wall up to fifth place. After 30 laps were complete the third caution was out for Garrett Durrett. This would set up a potential ten lap shootout between Bloomquist and O'Neal. On the final restart of the race Bloomquist would pull away and make it at least seven car lengths over O'Neal with five laps remaining. Meanwhile Moyer and Pearson were fighting it out for third place running side by side as Wall settled in fifth.

With just a few laps remaining Bloomquist was still in control of the race as O'Neal was unable to mount a challenge to him in the final laps as Bloomquist would win by six car lengths. Pearson and Moyer would take their battle to the last lap with Pearson just nipping Moyer at the finish line for third place. Wall in his first ever Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event would take fifth. In victory lane Bloomquist said "the longer my car ran the better it got." "The track was completely different tonight than the last time we were here." "It was a lot slicker and we had to go a lot a harder on tires this time, on the restarts we had to be careful, but it took us a lap or two to get our momentum going and the car was just terrific." Bloomquist's season earnings are now well over the $200,000 mark competing on a very limited schedule than in the past. Completing the top ten were Steve Casebolt, Brad Neat, Jay Blair, Donnie Moran and Matt Miller. In preliminary action Eddie Rickman was the Comp Cams Fast Timer for the 38 car field with a near track record breaking lap of 13.59 seconds. The track record is 13.56 held by Daniel Miller. The PBM Performance Product Heat Races were won by Byron Michael, Scott Bloomquist, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth and Garrett Durrett. The Mason Racin' Rebel Shock First B-Main went to Eddie Rickman and the Penske Shocks Second B-Main was taken by Donnie Moran. The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" went to Garrett Durrett for his winning pass in the fourth heat race. Durrett passed Chris Wall on the final lap to take the win. The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" is awarded at each Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event and can take place during a heat, consy or feature event. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will be in action on Saturday Night, July 1 at the Columbus Speedway in Columbus, MS for the 8th Annual James Nickoles Memorial Race paying $10,000 to win. The cameras of SPEED Channel will be on hand to tape the event which will be shown on a date and time to be announced in the future. Next weekend the series will race three nights in the Midwest with over $120,000 in prize money up for grabs on Friday Night, July 21 at the historic Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, IA, Saturday Night, July 22 at the Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, MO and Sunday Night July 23 a the Tri City Speedway in Pontoon Beach, IL. All three events will pay $10,000 to win and the cameras of SPEED Channel will be on hand to tape all the three races which will be shown on a date and time to be announced in the future.Race Summary Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Friday Night, July 14, 2006 North Alabama Speedway-Tuscumbia, AL Comp Cams Fast Qualifier: Eddie Rickman 13.59 seconds PBM Performance Products First Heat: (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance)" Byron Michael, Don O'Neal, Billy Moyer, Brad Neat, Robert Gant, Jeremy Taylor, Anthony Burroughs, Eddie Rickman, Jay Blair, Scott James PBM Performance Products Second Heat: (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Scott Bloomquist, Earl Pearson, Jr., Tony Morris, Mat Miller, Jay Brinkley, Daniel Miller, Jon Miller, Tim Busha, Michael England, Nik Howell PBM Performance Products Third Heat: (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Steve Casebolt, Jamie Elam, Donovan Henry, Donnie Moran, Chris Ragan, Jessie Bailey, Mark Mears, Billy Flanagan PBM Performance Products Fourth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Garrett Durrett, Chris Wall, Dean Carpenter, Bub McCool, Kelly Hanvey, Rick Rickman, Jason Cliburn, Jerry Inmon, Freddy Smith Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main: (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Eddie Rickman, Jay Blair, Scott James, Jay Brinkley, Jon Miller, Michael England, Daniel Miller, Robert Gant (DNS), Jeremy Taylor (DNS), Anthony Burroughs (DNS), Tim Busha (DNS), Nik Howell (DNS) Penske Shocks Second B-Main (12 Laps-Top 3 Advance): Donnie Moran, Chris Ragan, Jerry Inmon, Mark Mears, Freddy Smith, Kelly Hanvey, Billy Flanagan, Jason Cliburn, Jessie Bailey, Rick Rickman Heart of Dixie 40 Feature Finish: Scott Bloomquist, Don O'Neal, Earl Pearson, Jr., Billy Moyer, Chris Wall, Steve Casebolt, Brad Neat, Jay Blair, Donnie Moran, Matt Miller, Ronny Lee Hollingsworth, Bub McCool, Scott James, Jamie Elam, Jerry Inmon, Chris Ragan, Michael England, Dean Carpenter, Donovan Henry, Freddy Smith, Garrett Durrett, Eddie Rickman, Tony Morris, Byron MichaelRace Statistics Entries: 38 Yellow Flags: 3 Red Flags: 0 Lap Leaders: Scott Bloomquist 1-40 Allstar Performance Performer of the Race: Donnie Moran (started 18th and finished ninth, advanced nine positions) K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race: Garrett Durrett Hawk Brake Tough Break Award: Byron Michael Quarter Master Move of the Race: Billy Moyer On the Edge Graphics Fastest Non-Qualifier: Jason Cliburn Weld Wheels Award: Brad Neat Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Race: Steve Casebolt Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Freddy Smith and Michael England

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ZANESVILLE, OH (July 3, 2006)- Living up to his nickname "Showtime" Vienna, WV's Steve Shaver blasted past three other drivers on a lap 34 restart and then went on to claim the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series "Creno's 50" on Monday Night at the Muskingum County Speedway.  Shaver became the 11th different winner in 2006 on the series tour as he notched his second career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win before a packed house earning $10,000 for the win, his first driving for Sean Cosgrove Racing.  The 42 year old veteran pilot was driving the Waco Gas and Oil/Drywall Systems Inc/United West Virginia Bank/Lakeview Estates/Hershey's Racing Engines/Casey Marshall crew chiefed/Rocket GTO. 11th starting Don O'Neal of Martinsville, IN finished second in the Randall Eller/Independence Lumber Inc/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo followed by series points leader Earl Pearson, Jr. of Jacksonville, FL in the Carlton and Kemp Lamm/Lucas Oil Products/MasterSbilt Ford Taurus.  A solid fourth place finish was turned in by Davey Johnson of Latrobe, PA in the Dale Beitler Racing/Reliable Painting/Rocket GTO with Donnie Moran of Dresden, OH coming from the tail to take fifth in the Custom Cutters/SMS Race Engines/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo.  A total of 54 cars were on hand at the Ronnie Moran promoted facility as the event was held despite a lengthy delay for rain and lightning right before time trials were to begin.   Former Muskingum County track champion Doug Dodd and National Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer, Freddy Smith would make up the front row for the main event with Smith grabbing the early lead right from the start.  It was all Smith early as the "Southern Gentleman" racing in his 40th year of competition was looking for career win #783 on this night.  Dodd would settle into second with a lap scored followed by the third place starting, Shaver, Bart Hartman and Billy Moyer.  With one lap scored veteran Mark Banal would slow in turn four bringing out the first caution of the race.  Earl Pearson, Jr. who started seventh on the grid charged up to fourth by lap two around Moyer, but a lap later the two National Champions would switch spots again with Moyer back into fourth.   With five laps scored it was the high flying Smith on the point with Shaver getting by Dodd for second dropping Dodd to third just ahead of Moyer and Pearson.  An incident involving Josh Richards and Eric Myers slowed the field and then on the restart Corey Conley would stop bringing out the third caution of the event within the first six laps of racing.  After the third caution the restart would see Smith showing the way, but Pearson would be the man on the move exploding past Moyer, Dodd and Shaver on the restart to take second.  Don O'Neal, who started in 11th, was on the move as well picking up the fourth spot by lap seven and then roaring past Shaver to take third a lap later.  The fourth caution for Sonny Conley and D.J. Cline would again slow the pace on lap nine.  On the restart Donnie Moran would get caught up in a tussle heading into turn one and spin his mount.  All the cars avoided Moran's car and he would restart on the back of the pack.   In an action packed event and with ten laps complete Smith was still leading with Pearson, O'Neal, Shaver and 16th starting, Scott James now up to fifth.  Pearson would look for an avenue around Smith and finally found the lead on lap 13.  O'Neal and Smith would then race side by side for three circuits until O'Neal cleared him on lap 17.  With side by side battles all over the track,  Hartman got into the thick of things running side by side with fellow second generation racer James as those two went door to door for several laps with Hartman putting himself into fifth.  Caution number six with 23 laps scored came out for Josh Richards who slowed on the track.   With two laps until the halfway mark Pearson had started to encounter heavy lapped traffic as O'Neal and Smith had closed his advantage. With the caution the track was now clear for Pearson as he would sprint away from O'Neal and Smith on the restart.  The rim riding Hartman would slide off the track in turn four on lap 25 bringing out the yellow flag.  On the restart O'Neal would challenge Pearson for the lead as the top two in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series points would race hard for the lead running within inches of each other.  Smith was closely watching the race for the lead from his seat in third with Shaver quietly in fourth followed by James.  Hartman who was making his way up through the field again ran out of real estate in turn four with 32 circuits scored as the brought out the caution and retired from the event.   After caution number eight Pearson would be on the point with O'Neal and Smith lined up side by side on the restart.  As the cars were rocketing off of turn four to complete lap 33 Smith would take the outside line around O'Neal and he had his sights set on the leader Pearson at the flag stand.  Smith had a run on Pearson and has drifted up the track on the main straightaway there was contact between himself and Smith with Pearson almost ending up into the frontstretch wall and Smith suffering a bent steering rack on his car.  Smith would slow bringing out the final caution of the race as the racing incident would end his night.  With 33 laps in the books Pearson would lead the field on the restart with O'Neal in second.  Shaver, who restarted fourth, would blast around the top of the 3/8ths mile track roaring to the head of the field taking the lead on lap 34.   While Shaver started to build a little bit of an advantage over the field Pearson and O'Neal would crank it up another notch in the race for second place.  O'Neal would pass Pearson for the position on lap 35 and then set his intentions on trying to catch the speedy Shaver.  But Shaver would drive a flawless last part of the race as he would go on to capture his second career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event and his first driving for Sean Cosgrove Racing of Catharpin, VA.  O'Neal would finish second just in front of Pearson with Davey Johnson claiming the fourth spot as Moran, who had come from the tail after an earlier caution flag survived a classic duel with James to take fifth.   In victory lane Shaver was amazed how well his car ran the top side in taking the lead.  "We tried and tried to get to that top groove because I knew we would be good there," said Shaver with steam coming from under the hood after the race.  "On that last restart I jumped up to the cushion and the car just got hooked up there and I drove around those guys, I mean you dream of moves like that and to do that against those guys (Pearson and O'Neal) is tough to do." "I am real happy to get this win for Sean Cosgrove and everybody on the crew, they have worked their tails off all year and they deserve it."  Crew chief Casey Marshall received alot of the accolades as well for the win as the Zanesville, OH native joined Shaver and the rest of his crew in victory lane.   Completing the top ten after James were Dodd, 23rd starting Corey Conley, Richards and Steve Casebolt.   In preliminary action Mike Balzano topped the 54 car field in the Comp Cams Time Trials with a fast lap of 15.786 seconds.  The PBM Performance Product Heat Races were won by Butch McGill, Bart Hartman, Billy Moyer, Freddy Smith, Doug Dodd and Steve Shaver.  The Mason Racin' Rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main went to Keith Barbara and the Penske Shocks Second B-Main was won by Larry Moran.    The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" went to race winner Steve Shaver, who went from fourth place to lead on a lap 34 restart.  The K&N Engineering "Clean Pass of the Race" is awarded at each Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event in 2006 and can happen during a heat, consy or main event.   The next Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event will take place on Friday Night, June 14 with a first visit to the North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, AL for a $7,000 to win race followed by a Saturday Night, June 15 first visit to the "Baddest Bullring in the South" the Columbus Speedway in Columbus, MS for the 8th Annual "James Nickoles Memorial" paying $10,000 to win.  The cameras of SPEED will be on hand at Columbus to catch all the exciting Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series action as the event will be shown on a date and time to be announced in the future.   Series officials have also announced an addition to the 2006 racing schedule as the Series will make its first ever appearance at the Rome Speedway in Rome, GA on Friday Night, October 6 for a $10,000 to win national event.  The next night at the Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, GA will be the $15,000 to win 16th Annual Lucas Oil Dixie Shootout.  For more information you can visit www.dixiespeedway.com and www.lucasdirt.com.  Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Race Summary Monday Night, July 3, 2006 Muskingum County Speedway-Zanesville, OH   Comp Cams Fast Qualifier:  Mike Balzano 15.786 seconds   PBM Performance Products First Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Butch McGill, Earl Pearson, Jr., Michael England, George Lee, Rick DeLong, Charlie Duncan, Lance Elson, Johnny Boyd, Mike Balzano   PBM Performance Products Second Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Bart Hartman, Josh Richards, Davey Johnson, Keith Barbara, Jeff Gress, Shane McLoughlin, Jason Flory, John Mason, Rod Conley   PBM Performance Products Third Heat:  (10 Laps-Top 3 advance):  Billy Moyer, Eric Myers, Steve Casebolt, Eric Jacobsen, Mike Johnson, Norm Aronholt, Bob Moskey, Scott Shelhorn   PBM Performance Products Fourth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Freddy Smith, Donnie Moran, Scott James, D.J. Cline, Larry Moran, Freddie Carpenter, Russ Frohnapfel, Paul Devoll, Danny Mitchell   PBM Performance Products Fifth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Doug Dodd, Don O'Neal, Matt MIller, Larry Smith, R.J. Conley, Cody Parker, Ryan Twarog, Jared Hawkins   PBM Performance Products Sixth Heat: (10 Laps-Top 3 Advance):  Steve Shaver, Mark Banal, Rick Aukland, Doug Drown, Greg Baumberger, Aaron Scott, Sonny Conley, Jay Helton, Ky Harper   Mason Racin' rebel Shock Dyno First B-Main:  (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance):  Keith Barbara, George Lee, Rick DeLong, Shane McLoughlin, Bob Moskey, Jeff Gress, Scott Shelhorn, Corey Conley, Mike Johnson, Eric Jacobsen, Norm Aronholt, Johnny Boyd, Lance Elson   Penske Shocks Second B-Main:  (12 Laps-Top 2 Advance):  Larry Moran, D.J. Cline, Greg Baumberger, Doug Drown, Sonny Conley, Paul Devoll, Ky Harper, Jared Hawkins, Russ Frohnapfel, Larry Smith, Jay Helton, R.J. Conley   Creno's 50 A-Main Feature Finish:  Steve Shaver, Don O'Neal, Earl Pearson, Jr., Davey Johnson, Donnie Moran, Scott James, Doug Dodd, Corey Conley, Josh Richards, Steve Casebolt, George Lee, Keith Barbara, Eric Jacobsen, Larry Moran, Butch McGill, Freddy Smith, Matt Miller, Bart Hartman, Norm Aronholt, Eric Myers, Rick Aukland, Billy Moyer, Sonny Conley, D.J. Cline, Michael England, Mark Banal  Race Statistics: Entries:  54 Caution Flags:  9 Red Flags:  0 Lap Leaders:  Freddy Smith 1-12, Earl Pearson, Jr. 13-33, Steve Shaver 34-50 Allstar Performance Performer of the Race:  Corey Conley (Started 23rd and finished 8th, advanced 15 positions) K&N Engineering Clean Pass of the Race:  Steve Shaver Hawk Brake Tough Break Award:  Freddy Smith Quarter Master Move of the Race:  Earl Pearson, Jr. On the Edge Graphics Fastest Non-Qualifier:  Mike Balzano Weld Wheels Award:  Scott James Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Race:  Corey Conley Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals:  Corey Conley and Sonny Conley Other Provisionals:  Norm Aronholt (Track) and Eric Jacobsen (Fastest Non Preliminary Qualifier)    Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship Points Standings After July 3   1.  Earl Pearson Jr (Jacksonville, FL)-2740 2.  Don O'Neal (Martinsville, IN)-2650 3.  Donnie Moran (Dresden, OH)-2505 4.  Matt Miller (Waterville, OH)-2235 5.  Scott James (Lawrenceburg, IN)-2200 6.  Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-2015 7.  Tim Dohm (Cross Lanes, WV)-1810 8.  Freddy Smith (Seymour, TN)-1695 9.  Brady Smith (Solon Springs, WI)-1645 10. Corey Conley (Wellsburg, WV)-1640 11. Michael England (Glasgow, KY)-1510 12. Rick Eckert (York, PA)-1450 13. Darren Miller (Chadwick, IL)-1410 14. Steve Francis (Ashland, KY)-1355 15. Dennis Erb Jr. (Carpentersville, IL)-1315  Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Rookie of the Year Standings After July 3   1.  Steve Casebolt (Richmond, IN)-2015 2.  Brady Smith (Solon Springs, WI)-1645 3.  Corey Conley (Wellsburg, WV)-1640 4.  Michael England (Glasgow, KY)-1510 5.  Damon Eller (Crumpler, NC)-1125

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2019 Championship Points

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POS CAR# DRIVER POINTS
1 49 Jonathan Davenport 5640
2 14 Josh Richards 5110
3 1T Tyler Erb ® 5025
4 39 Tim McCreadie 4975
5 1 Earl Pearson, Jr. 4960
6 20 Jimmy Owens 4940
7 1M Devin Moran ® 4885
8 71 Hudson O'Neal 4675
9 40B Kyle Bronson 4240
10 50 Shanon Buckingham 4235