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PORTSMOUTH, OH (July 4, 2010) – Four-time Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion, Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, FL took home his 22nd career series win in grabbing the $10,000 to win Independence 50 on Sunday Night at Portsmouth Raceway Park before a gigantic crowd.  Pearson took the lead from Eddie Carrier Jr. of Salt Rock, WV on lap three. He went on to his fifth series win of the year.  Series point’s leader, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN was second followed by Ray Cook of Brasstown, NC; Steve Shaver of Vienna, WV; and John Blankenship of Williamson, WV.

Pearson and Carrier made up the front row for the main event. The two second generation pilots went toe-to-toe for the first two laps of the race, crossing the start-finish line dead even. Pearson was able to forge ahead of Carrier on lap three as Bloomquist was in the third slot followed by Jason Covert and Josh McGuire. The 2009 Quarter Master Rookie of the Year for the LOLMDS, John Blankenship, then moved into the top five by lap after starting eighth.  Up front, Pearson was starting to pull away from both Carrier and Bloomquist. He opened up a good-sized lead in the early stages of the race.

Carrier and Bloomquist were able to gain some time on Pearson as he was starting to pick-up the tail end of the field by the 12th circuit.  Carrier and Bloomquist closed on him just as the first caution of the race came out for Steve Casebolt on lap 15. The restart saw Pearson work on extending his lead back out again as Carrier and Bloomquist were fighting hard for second.  With 21 laps in the books, the second caution of the race flew for a slowing Eric Wells.

The restart saw Pearson take off from Carrier and Bloomquist as Ray Cook was now in the hunt. He had moved from the tenth starting spot to fourth, just ahead of Blankenship.  On the restart Carrier got shuffled back in the field and Bloomquist moved to second and brought Cook with him. At the halfway mark, Pearson was still showing the way as Bloomquist and Cook were dicing it out for second.  The battle for second continued for several more laps as Pearson had extended his race-lead to eight car lengths over the duo.

Pearson then had his lead shrink in a hurry as lapped traffic began slowing his momentum. Both Bloomquist and Cook cut into in his lead in a matter of a few laps.  What was a good-sized lead was now down to two car lengths with ten laps to go as the top three were close together with no lapped cars between them.

The third caution of the race for defending track champion, Kenny Christy. This halted the action on lap 42. With eight laps to go, it looked like it was going to be a three-car shootout to the finish. Pearson was strong on the restarts and that allowed him to again build a comfortable margin over Bloomquist and Cook in the waning stages of the race.

A caution for a 360 spin by Donnie Moran was due to contact from another car on lap 46. Shortly after the final restart Carrier pulled off and headed to the pits. Pearson led the field to the checkers and it was his all-time series tying 22nd career victory. The feat matched Scott Bloomquist atop the all-time list.  Pearson’s win also allowed him to keep pace with Bloomquist and Jimmy Owens of Newport, TN; who finished sixth as all three now have five series wins in 2010.

In Lucas Oil Victory Lane, Pearson completed the sweep of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Fourth of July Weekend in the state of Ohio. He won the night before at Muskingum County Speedway in Zanesville, OH.  A tired, but elated Pearson emerged from his car and with a few words of encouragement from his son, Trey waved to the huge throng of fans on hand for the race.  “First off I want to dedicate this win to my teammate, Brad Neat, he flipped qualifying and took a pretty good ride, he’s ok, but he had to go to a back-up car, what a way to celebrate the Fourth of July with this win and last night at Zanesville,” said Pearson.

“We started up there with Eddie Carrier Jr. and I knew when they watered the top of the track he was going to be tough, but we had a real good race for the lead there early on, the car worked extremely well, the track was in good shape, I saw that zero car (Bloomquist) up there on the scoreboard and Ray Cook there in third, so I knew I was in a for a tough race there, but the cautions helped us a few times when it cleared some lapped traffic that was in front of us, the car restarted well and we were able to hold them guys off,” said Pearson who remains in third in the series championship points standings.

Pearson who drives for 2000 NASCAR Cup Champion, Bobby Labonte drives a MasterSbilt Dodge Charger with a Larry Wallace Racing Engine and sponsored by Lucas Oil Products, Red Buck Cigars, PRC, Sunoco Race Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tires, Asi Racewear and Ohlins Shocks.

Bloomquist maintains his series points lead heading to the next series race in Columbus, MS next weekend took second for another good point’s night in his Miller Brothers Construction/Roush-Yates Racing Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars Monte Carlo SS.  Third went to Cook in the D&R Racing/A+ Moving and Storage/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo SS with fourth going to Shaver in the K&L Rumley/Styers Curbing/Rocket Chassis with Blankenship notching a top five in the Coal America’s Energy/Custom Race Engines/Rocket Chassis entry.

Completing the top ten were 12th starting Jimmy Owens, Jackie Boggs of Grayson, KY; Jason Covert of York Haven, PA; Don O’Neal of Martinsville, IN; and Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, GA.

For the latest breaking news on 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, 2010 “Independence 50” Portsmouth Raceway Park – Portsmouth, OH

Red Buck Cigars Fast Time: Tim Dohm / 14.742 seconds

Wiles Driveshaft’s First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Earl Pearson Jr., Josh McGuire, Don O’Neal, Dale McDowell, Tim Dohm, Zack Dohm, Wayne Chinn, Brandon Fouts, Billy Guillion, David Powers, Eric Wells, Rod Conley, Daniel Williams, Kenneth Howell

AFCO Racing Products Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Jason Covert, Steve Shaver, Ben Adkins, Donnie Moran, Steve Francis, RJ Conley, Mark Frazier, Josh Bocook, Chris Wall, Craig Voxbergen, Paul Davis, Mick Sansom, Shawn Martin

Allstar Performance Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Eddie Carrier Jr., Jackie Boggs, Ray Cook, Matt Miller, Tim Isenberg, Tyler Reddick, Delmas Conley, D.J. Wells, Brett Wagner, Barry Doss, Devin Moran, Kenny Christy

SuperFlow Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Scott Bloomquist, John Blankenship, Jimmy Owens, Steve Casebolt, Dan Schlieper, Terry Hicks, Michael Howard, Chris Wilson, Dustin Linville, Nick Bocook, Shannon Thornsberry, Jamie Ferguson, Brad Neat

Hawk Brake First B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Transfer): Steve Francis, RJ Conley, Zack Dohm, Wayne Chinn, Mark Frazier, Josh Bocook, Craig Vosbergen, Rod Conley, Shawn Martin, Mick Sonsom, Billy Guillion, Kenneth Howell, Chris Wall, Tim Dohm, Paul Davis, Eric Wells, Daniel Williams, Brandon Fouts, David Powers-DNS

Performance Rod and Custom (PRC) Second B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Transfer): Tim Isenberg, Dan Schlieper, Terry Hicks, D.J. Wells, Chris Wilson, Delmas Conley, Dustin Linville, Michael Howard, Nick Bocook, Kevin Wagner, Devin Moran, Jamie Ferguson, Brett Kennard, Shannon Thornsberry, Kenny Christy, Brad Neat, Tyler Reddick, Barry Doss-DNS

“Independence 50” Feature Finish

 

FINISH

START

CAR #

DRIVER NAME

HOMETOWN

1

1

44

Earl Pearson, Jr.

Jacksonville, FL

2

4

0

Scott Bloomquist

Mooresburg, TN

3

10

53

Ray Cook

Brasstown, NC

4

7

6

Steve Shaver

Vienna, WV

5

8

23

John Blankenship

Williamson, WV

6

12

20

Jimmy Owens

Newport, TN

7

6

4b

Jackie Boggs

Grayson, KY

8

3

43a

Jason Covert

York Haven, PA

9

9

71

Don O'Neal

Martinsville, IN

10

13

17m

Dale McDowell

Chickamauga, GA

11

14

7

Matt Miller

Waterville, OH

12

23

71w

Chris Wall

Holden, LA

13

24

18e

Eric Wells

Hazard, KY

14

18

9t

Tim Isenberg

Marshfield, WI

15

20

s9

Dan Schlieper

Sullivan, WI

16

16

c9

Steve Casebolt

Richmond, IN

17

22

9

Terry Hicks

Grayson, KY

18

26

11t

Tyler Reddick

Corning, CA

19

2

28

Eddie Carrier, Jr.

Salt Rock, WV

20

15

99

Donnie Moran

Dresden, OH

21

21

17d

Zack Dohm

Cross Lanes, WV

22

19

71c

RJ Conley

Wheelersburg, OH

23

11

b7

Ben Adkins

West Portsmouth, OH

24

25

c7

Kenny Christy

Vanceburg, KY

25

5

41

Josh McGuire

Grayson, KY

26

17

15

Steve Francis

Ashland, KY

 

Race StatisticsEntrants: 53 Lap Leaders: Eddie Carrier Jr. (Laps 1-2); Earl Pearson Jr. (Laps 3-50) Caution Flags: Steve Casebolt (Lap 15); Eric Wells (Lap 21); Matt Miller (Lap 21); Kenny Christy (Lap 42); Donnie Moran (Lap 46) Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Chris Wall, Eric Wells Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Emergency Provisional: Tyler Reddick PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race: Chris Wall (Started 23rd; Finished 12th; Advanced 11 positions) Ohlin’s Shocks Performer of the Race: Ray Cook K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race: John Blankenship Quarter Master Rookie of the Race: Chris Wall Comp Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Larry Wallace Racing Engines Dominator Race Products Hard Luck Award: Steve Francis DirtonDirt.com Crew Chief of the Race: Darrell Posey (Chris Wall) Time of Race: 32 minutes, 37 seconds

Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings

 

POS

CAR #

DRIVER NAME

HOMETOWN

POINTS

1

0

Scott Bloomquist

Mooresburg, TN

3750

2

20

Jimmy Owens

Newport, TN

3580

3

44

Earl Pearson, Jr.

Jacksonville, FL

3445

4

53

Ray Cook

Brasstown, NC

3325

5

71

Don O'Neal

Martinsville, IN

3240

6

17m

Dale McDowell

Chickamauga, GA

2990

7

c9

Steve Casebolt

Richmond, IN

2910

8

71w

Chris Wall

Holden, LA

2880

9

s9

Dan Schlieper

Sullivan, WI

2845

10

18e

Eric Wells

Hazard, KY

2815

11

23

John Blankenship

Williamson, WV

2705

12

41n

Brad Neat

Dunnville, KY

2585

13

9t

Tim Isenberg

Marshfield, WI

2190

14

11t

Tyler Reddick

Corning, CA

2065

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ZANESVILLE, OH (July 3, 2010) – Overhauling race leader, Ray Cook of Brasstown, NC, with five laps remaining Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, FL went on to record his fourth Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of the season on Saturday Night at Muskingum County Speedway.  Pearson, driving for NASCAR’s Bobby Labonte took home the $10,000 after winning the “Budweiser 50”. Following Pearson was Cook; point’s leader, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN; defending track champion, Doug Dodd of Cambridge, OH; and Don O’Neal of Martinsville, IN.

Cook and Jimmy Owens made up the front row before a packed house at the Ronnie Moran-promoted facility. Cook grabbed the early lead.  Bloomquist, who started eighth, made up some impressive ground on the first lap coming up to fourth. A lap later Bloomquist was in third behind the frontrunning Cook and John Blankenship. Cook started to build on his lead as a good battle for second was developing between Blankenship and Bloomquist. Pearson was running fourth followed by O’Neal.  The top three started to pull away from everyone as the leader started to pick-up the tail end of the field by the tenth circuit.

Both Blankenship and Bloomquist started to close on Cook in traffic as Cook was having trouble negotiating traffic.  Bloomquist made the pass for second on lap 15, climbing into the runner-up slot. Pearson then started on his patented bottom-line. He was able to track down and eventually pass Blankenship for third on lap 18.  Cook, who held as much as a 15-car length lead over the field, was having trouble getting past track provisional Shane McLaughlin, allowing both Bloomquist and Pearson to close the gap on him.

With 30 laps complete Cook still had almost a straightaway advantage over the last two series champions, but a caution came out for Doug Drown on lap 31. With 19 laps to go on the restart it was Cook, Bloomquist, Pearson, Blankenship, and O’Neal in the top five.

The restart was exciting as Cook held the lead; Pearson jumped into second followed by Bloomquist. Dodd became a threat as he moved to fourth after starting tenth.  With tight battles all over the track, all eyes were on the race for the lead between Cook and Pearson and the race for third between Bloomquist and Dodd.  

Pearson tried the inside line for several laps to get by Cook, but Cook thwarted Pearson every time. Dodd then started to catch the two frontrunners as he was brought along Bloomquist, making it a four-car race for the win. Pearson was finally able to clear Cook for the lead on lap 45 as Dodd and Bloomquist were duking it out for third.  Pearson then pulled away in the final laps to record his 21st career win on the Lucas Oil lLate Model Dirt Series tour. Pearson is now second in all-time wins, behind Scott Bloomquist’s 22 victories.  Bloomquist, meanwhile, was able to overtake Dodd with two laps to go to gain the third position at the finish.

In Lucas Oil Victory Lane, the 38-year-old second–generation racer was joined by his crew, his son Trey, and several fans joined in the celebration.   “I’ll tell you what, that was a lot of fun racing there with Ray Cook, we were good when we unloaded today, the Hoosier tires worked real well today, and hat’s off to my crew. They continue to work their tails off on this car. Look at this crowd here, there’s not an empty seat here tonight; I hope they enjoyed that race,” said the victorious Pearson.

“On the restart Bloomquist took the bottom which kind of surprised me, but we restarted really well and then we caught up to Ray and ran with him side-by-side for several laps. We gave each other plenty of racing room out there, thanks to the track crew here, the Moran family for giving us a good track to race on. I probably wouldn’t have caught Ray without the yellow, Scott and I had a good race, but he was running my line and I couldn’t get by him, this is a nice recovery from Beckley. That was my fault what happened when I spun out there with eight laps to go and to come back here and run like we did it’s a credit to my crew,” which includes Matt Langston and team manager, Jason Fitzgerald who joined the winning driver in victory lane.

Pearson’s Bobby Labonte Racing MasterSbilt Dodger Charger is powered by a Larry Wallace Racing Engine and sponsored by Lucas Oil Products, Red Buck Cigars, PRC, Sunoco Race Fuels, Hoosier Racing Tires, Asi Racewear and Ohlins Shocks.

Cook in the D&R Racing/Hicks and Ingle Company General Contracting/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo SS finished second followed by Bloomquist in his Miller Brothers Construction/Roush-Yates Racing Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars Monte Carlo SS.  Dodd was fourth in his Southeastern Equipment/Vic Hill Racing Engines/Rocket Chassis with O’Neal making it three MasterSbilt cars in the top five taking fifth in the Superior Cleaning/Jay Dickens Racing Engines Monte Carlo SS.

Rounding out the top ten were Bart Hartman of Zanesville, OH, Steve Shaver of Vienna, WV, John Blankenship of Williamson, WV, Jimmy Owens of Newport, TN and Steve Casebolt of Richmond, IN.

For the latest breaking news on 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 3rd, 2010 "Budweiser 50"Muskingum County Speedway – Zanesville, OH

Red Buck Cigars Fast Time: Ray Cook / 16.435 seconds

Wiles Driveshaft’s First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Ray Cook, Steve Shaver, Chris Wall, Cody Parker, Dan Schlieper, Tim Isenberg, Zack Dohm, Rodney Kimes, Craig Vosberger

AFCO Racing Products Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): John Blankenship, Bart Hartman, Jason Covert, Kyle Bates, Steve Casebolt, Mark Banal, Bryan Casey, Doug Drown, Scott Shelhorn

Allstar Performance Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Jimmy Owens, Don O’Neal, Doug Dodd, Eric Wells, Tyler Reddick, Donnie Moran, Lance Elson, Cody Bartram, Russ Frohnapfel

SuperFlow Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Earl Pearson Jr., Scott Bloomquist, Dale McDowell, Brad Neat, Devin Moran, Anthony Kinkade, Shane McLoughlin, Rick Aukland-DNS

Hawk Brake First B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Transfer): Dan Schlieper, Tim Isenberg, Steve Casebolt, Mark Banal, Bryan Casey, Zack Dohm, Craig Vosberger, Doug Drown, Scott Shelhorn, Rodney Kimes

Performance Rod and Custom (PRC) Second B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Transfer):  Tyler Reddick, Donnie Moran, Devin Moran, Lance Elson, Anthony Kinkade, Russ Frohnapfel, Cody Bartram, Shane McLoughlin, Rick Aukland-DNS

“Budweiser 50” Feature Finish

FINISH

START

CAR #

DRIVER NAME

HOMETOWN

1

4

44

Earl Pearson, Jr.

Jacksonville, FL

2

1

53

Ray Cook

Brasstown, NC

3

8

0

Scott Bloomquist

Mooresburg, TN

4

10

12d

Doug Dodd

Cambridge, OH

5

6

71

Don O'Neal

Martinsville, IN

6

7

75

Bart Hartman

Zanesville, OH

7

5

6

Steve Shaver

Vienna, WV

8

3

23

John Blankenship

Williamson, WV

9

2

20

Jimmy Owens

Newport, TN

10

21

c9

Steve Casebolt

Richmond, IN

11

9

71w

Chris Wall

Holden, LA

12

12

17m

Dale McDowell

Chickamauga, GA

13

14

18e

Eric Wells

Hazard, KY

14

24

17d

Zack Dohm

Cross Lanes, WV

15

17

s9

Dan Schlieper

Sullivan, WI

16

16

41n

Brad Neat

Dunnville, KY

17

13

63

Cody Parker

Zanesville, OH

18

15

11b

Kyle Bates

Cambridge, OH

19

19

9t

Tim Isenberg

Marshfield, WI

20

20

99

Donnie Moran

Dresden, OH

21

18

11t

Tyler Reddick

Corning, CA

22

22

99m

Devin Moran

Dresden, OH

23

11

43a

Jason Covert

York Haven, PA

24

25

9m

Shane McLoughlin

Nashport, OH

25

23

79

Doug Drown

Wooster, OH

Race StatisticsEntrants: 35 Lap Leaders: Ray Cook (Laps 1-44); Earl Pearson Jr. (Laps 45-50) Caution Flags: Doug Drown (Lap 31) Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: none Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Emergency Provisional: none Fast Time Provisionals: Doug Drown; Zack Dohm Muskingum County Speedway Track Provisional: Shane McLoughlin PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race: Steve Casebolt (Started 21st; Finished 10th; Advanced 11 positions) Ohlin’s Shocks Performer of the Race: Scott Bloomquist K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race: Earl Pearson Jr. Quarter Master Rookie of the Race: Chris Wall Comp Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Larry Wallace Race Engines Dominator Race Products Hard Luck Award: Jason Covert DirtonDirt.com Crew Chief of the Race: Jason Fitzgerald (Earl Pearson Jr.) Time of Race: 22 minutes, 06 seconds

Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings:

 

POS

CAR #

DRIVER NAME

HOMETOWN

POINTS

1

0

Scott Bloomquist

Mooresburg, TN

3520

2

20

Jimmy Owens

Newport, TN

3380

3

44

Earl Pearson, Jr.

Jacksonville, FL

3195

4

53

Ray Cook

Brasstown, NC

3105

5

71

Don O'Neal

Martinsville, IN

3055

6

17m

Dale McDowell

Chickamauga, GA

2810

7

c9

Steve Casebolt

Richmond, IN

2760

8

71w

Chris Wall

Holden, LA

2710

9

s9

Dan Schlieper

Sullivan, WI

2690

10

18e

Eric Wells

Hazard, KY

2650

11

41n

Brad Neat

Dunnville, KY

2510

12

23

John Blankenship

Williamson, WV

2500

13

9t

Tim Isenberg

Marshfield, WI

2030

14

157

Mike Marlar

Winfield, TN

1995

15

11t

Tyler Reddick

Corning, CA

1925

 

 

 

 

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Mount Hope, WV (July 1, 2010) – Making his first career start at Beckley Motorsports Park, Ray Cook of Brasstown, NC fought off Jimmy Owens of Newport, TN in the final ten laps to win the first ever Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event at BMP on Thursday Night.  Cook’s third series win of 2010 moved him into fourth place in the series points’ standings.  Owens finished a close second, followed by fast qualifier, Josh Richards of Shinnston, WV; series points leader, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN; and Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, GA.

Richards and Cook started on the front row of the 50 lap main event. Cook quickly grabbed the early lead over Richards, Bloomquist, Owens and Eric Wells. The first movement inside the top five was on lap six when McDowell moved past Wells for fifth. Cook held a healthy lead over Richards with ten laps scored as the two drivers started to enter heavy traffic.  Richards, Bloomquist, and Owens all gained ground on Cook in traffic as Cook narrowly avoided disaster on lap 13. On that lap the cars of Tim Isenberg and John Blankenship got hooked together in turn two, bringing out the first caution of the race. Cook was able to maneuver his car to the inside of the track around the wreckage and kept moving.

Cook looked strong as he pulled away from a two-car battle for second between Richards and Owens.  At the halfway mark, Cook was in control followed by Richards, Owens, Bloomquist, and Tim Dohm. As Cook approached traffic again, Richards and Owens steadily gained more ground on the race leader. Lap after lap Owens tried the low line to get around Richards; the two went at it tooth-and-nail as Owens eventually crept in front of Richards as the duo headed down the back chute. A caution came out for two pieces of debris on the racetrack with 38 laps scored. The race restarted and went green for four laps until a caution came out for Earl Pearson Jr. in turn one.  The caution set up an eight lap dash to the finish as five more laps went green with Owens all over Cook for the lead until the final caution of the race came out on lap 47 for Tim Dohm.

The three-lap chase to the checkers was exciting as Owens tried repeatedly to get around Cook. Cook managed to hold the slightest advantage at the start-finish line as he and Owens raced side-by-side off of turn for to the checkers. Cook held off Owens to take the win, his ninth career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory and his eighth in the last two years.

In Lucas Oil Victory Lane, Cook thanked the fans for coming out to support the series at Beckley and his crew for the job they did in preparing his car.  “First off, I have to thank the Good Lord for what he has done and my crew for preparing such a great race car. This is my first time here and I didn’t know what to expect but the MasterSbilt Chassis, the Race Engine Design motor and the American Racer Tires all worked exceptionally well tonight, the race with me and Jimmy, that just shows you how good that guy is to race with. We were within inches of each other at those high speeds and never touched one another, that tells you something,” said the 38-year old driver.

“I was glad for a few of those cautions there that cleared out lapped traffic, our car could handle real well where we were running and I saw no reason to change my line, when Jimmy got up there I knew if I kept my line, it was going to be tough to beat him, but what a race,   I hoped the fans enjoyed that,  I really like coming here to West Virginia, we won the Hillbilly at Tyler for my biggest win and we come here tonight and win, it’s like a second home for me.”

Cook’s #53 is owned by Danny Dishman and Ronald Ivey and sponsored by Hicks and Ingle Company General Contracting, A+ Moving and Storage, PRC, Wyatt Builders, Integra Racing Shocks, Star Grafix, PPM, VP, K&N Filters, Real Racing Wheels, B&M Concrete and Fairway Ford.

Owens finished second, and is now 115 points behind points’ leader, Scott Bloomquist.  Owens drives the Reece Monument Company/Cornett Racing Engines/Bloomquist Ford Fusion.  Third place went to Richards in the Ernie D’s Salvage/Roush-Yates Racing Engines/Rocket Mustang. Bloomquist was fourth in his Miller Brothers Construction/Roush-Yates Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars entry followed by McDowell in the Clint Bowyer Racing/Cheerios/Warrior Impala SS.

Completing the top ten were Eric Wells of Hazard, KY; Kennie Compton Jr, of Bland, VA; Hard Charger of the Race, Brad Neat of Dunnville, KY; Eddie Carrier Jr of Salt Rock, WV; and Chris Wall of Holden, LA.

For the latest breaking news on 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   Thursday Night, July 1st, 2010 Beckley Motorsports Park – Mount Hope, WV

Red Buck Cigars Fast Time: Josh Richards / 13.496 seconds

Wiles Driveshaft’s First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Josh Richards, Eric Wells, Josh McGuire, Kennie Compton, Don O’Neal, Henry Hornsby, Justin Rattliff

AFCO Racing Products Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Scott Bloomquist, Dale McDowell, Eddie Carrier, Earl Pearson Jr., Chris Wall, Dan Schlieper, Brad Neat

Allstar Performance Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Ray Cook, Steve Casebolt, Rick Williams, Chris Meadows, Zack Dohm, Tim Isenberg, Billy Holbert

SuperFlow Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Jimmy Owens, Tim Dohm, Jeff Smith, Chuck harper, Tyler Reddick, John Blankenship, Brad Jarrell

Hawk Brake First B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Transfer): Chris Wall, Don O’Neal, Dan Schlieper, Brad neat, Justin Rattliff, Henry Hornsby

Performance Rod and Custom (PRC) Second B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Transfer):  Zack Dohm, Tyler Reddick, Tim Isenberg, John Blankenship, Billy Holbert, Brad Jarrell-DNS

Feature Finish - 50 Laps

FINISH

START

CAR #

DRIVER NAME

HOMETOWN

1

2

53

Ray Cook

Brasstown, NC

2

4

20

Jimmy Owens

Newport, TN

3

1

25

Josh Richards

Shinnston, WV

4

3

0

Scott Bloomquist

Mooresburg, TN

5

7

17m

Dale McDowell

Chickamauga, GA

6

5

18e

Eric Wells

Hazard, KY

7

13

10c

Kennie Compton

Bland, VA

8

24

41n

Brad Neat

Dunnville, KY

9

11

28

Eddie Carrier, Jr.

Salt Rock, WV

10

17

71w

Chris Wall

Holden, LA

11

21

s9

Dan Schlieper

Sullivan, WI

12

6

c9

Steve Casebolt

Richmond, IN

13

19

71

Don O'Neal

Martinsville, IN

14

20

11t

Tyler Reddick

Corning, CA

15

16

00h

Chuck Harper

Beverly, WV

16

8

6T

Tim Dohm

Cross Lanes, WV

17

15

44

Earl Pearson, Jr.

Jacksonville, FL

18

18

25D

Zack Dohm

Cross Lanes, WV

19

23

23

John Blankenship

Williamson, WV

20

12

18m

Jeff Smith

Gastonia, NC

21

22

9t

Tim Isenberg

Marshfield, WI

22

10

12w

Rick Williams

Beckley, WV

23

9

41

Josh McGuire

Grayson, KY

24

14

33

Chris Meadows

Crab Orchard, WV

Race StatisticsEntrants: 28 Lap Leaders: Ray Cook (Laps 1-50) Caution Flags: Tim Isenberg, John Blankenship, Chris Meadows (Lap 13); Debris (Lap 38); Earl Pearson Jr. (Lap 42); Tim Dohm (Lap 47) Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: John Blankenship, Brad Neat Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Emergency Provisional: none PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race: Brad Neat (Started 24th; Finished 8th; Advanced 16 positions) Ohlin’s Shocks Performer of the Race: Ray Cook K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race: Jimmy Owens Quarter Master Rookie of the Race: Eric Wells Comp Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Race Engine Design Dominator Race Products Hard Luck Award: John Blankenship DirtonDirt.com Crew Chief of the Race: Danny Dishman (Ray Cook) Time of Race: 28 minutes, 09 seconds

Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings:

POS

CAR #

DRIVER NAME

HOMETOWN

POINTS

1

0

Scott Bloomquist

Mooresburg, TN

3300

2

20

Jimmy Owens

Newport, TN

3185

3

44

Earl Pearson, Jr.

Jacksonville, FL

2945

4

53

Ray Cook

Brasstown, NC

2865

5

71

Don O'Neal

Martinsville, IN

2850

6

17m

Dale McDowell

Chickamauga, GA

2640

7

c9

Steve Casebolt

Richmond, IN

2580

8

71w

Chris Wall

Holden, LA

2535

8

s9

Dan Schlieper

Sullivan, WI

2535

10

18e

Eric Wells

Hazard, KY

2475

11

41n

Brad Neat

Dunnville, KY

2360

12

23

John Blankenship

Williamson, WV

2310

13

157

Mike Marlar

Winfield, TN

1995

14

9t

Tim Isenberg

Marshfield, WI

1895

15

11t

Tyler Reddick

Corning, CA

1800

 

 

 

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BULLS GAP, TN (June 19, 2010)- Reigning Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Champion, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN won his fifth series event of 2010 on Saturday Night at Volunteer Speedway. It was night number two of the Scorcher 100 Presented by Reece Monument Company.  Bloomquist inherited the lead when race leader Dale McDowell broke a bolt in the lift bar on lap 32 after he had led the first 31 laps of the race.  Chris Madden of Gaffney, SC finished second followed by Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, GA; Ray Cook of Brasstown, NC; and Eric Wells of Hazard, KY.

Bloomquist inherited the outside front row of the 50 lap feature event and started alongside McDowell.  Originally, Dan Schlieper, the fast qualifier for the night, was scheduled to start outside of the front row but he had to withdraw from the race after being transported to a local hospital for a medical issue.

McDowell grabbed the point at the start of the race followed by Bloomquist, Wells, Steve Casebolt and Ray Cook.  Madden started eighth and was making headway early on as he climbed to fifth around Cook on lap two.  Madden was then able to corral Casebolt and pass him on lap four to take over the fourth position.

Up front, McDowell was setting a blistering pace. By the ninth lap he had already caught the tail-end of the field.  Bloomquist was able to close some ground on McDowell as they had a lapped car between them when the first caution of the race came out on lap eleven for Texas driver, Chris Brown.

On the restart, Wells looked like he was going to beat Bloomquist into turn for the second spot, but Bloomquist through a slidejob at Wells in turn two to regain the position.

McDowell was looking solid as he was seeking his first Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory of the year in the Clint Bowyer owned car.  McDowell built a six-car length lead over Bloomquist by lap 23 as more traffic was playing havoc with the frontrunners.

Bloomquist was able to cut into McDowell’s lead, narrowing it to two lengths with 28 laps scored.  Meanwhile Wells, who had held the third spot from the beginning of the race, dropped two spots in the running order as both Madden and Davenport passed him on lap 28 as he would fall to fifth.

With 30 laps complete it was still McDowell holding a three-car length margin over Bloomquist, Madden, Davenport and Wells.  McDowell led lap 31, but sparks appeared from the back-end of his car as the bolt in the lift bar broke. 

Bloomquist picked up the lead of the race with Madden moving into second followed by Davenport, Wells and Casebolt.  With no caution flags on the horizon Bloomquist looked to have clear sailing to the finish line, but again traffic would enter into the equation as Bloomquist was being held up and that would allow both Madden and Davenport to gain on him.

Bloomquist was able to keep a four-car length advantage over the two in the closing laps as he was able to win without receiving any late race pressure.  For Bloomquist the win was his 22nd series win of his career which ranks him first all-time and he also extended his points lead over Jimmy Owens, who finished 14th after having to run his back-up car after he collided with the backstretch wall in his primary car during time trials.

In Lucas Oil victory lane for the fifth time this year, Bloomquist scored his first win for his new engine builders, Roush-Yates out of North Carolina.  “No doubt, the engine worked real well tonight, we went home and worked on the car from last night and everything worked great, the track was real good tonight, they worked on it, I saw sparks coming from Dale’s car and I knew he was in trouble, we hadn’t won one here in a while and it was a good points night to go along with the win,” said the 46-year-old Bloomquist who was joined in victory lane by his crew chief, Tommy Hicks.

“I have to thank Jay Dickens he put this together (the Roush-Yates deal) and they have worked real hard on it, we obviously are pleased so far with the program and hope to get many more wins,” said Bloomquist who drives his own self-designed Bloomquist Race Cars Chassis sponsored by Miller Brothers Construction, Hawkeye Trucking, Sweet Mfg, VP Racing Fuels, Hoosier Tires, Arizona Sport Shirts, Ohlins and Lane Automotive.  The win for Bloomquist was the 491st of his career.

Madden who finished second in the 4th Annual Car Smart Race for the Cure [Juvenile Diabetes] on Thursday Night at Cleveland (TN) Speedway claimed his second runner-up finish of the weekend in the Century Plastics/Hamrick’s of Gaffney/Bloomquist Race Cars Monte Carlo SS followed by Davenport in the Baird Transport/Clements Racing Engines/Barry Wright Race Cars entry.  Cook came home fourth in the D&R Racing/Hicks and Ingle Company general Contracting/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo SS with Wells gaining the fifth spot in the Cox Wrecker Service/Custom Race Engines/Rocket Monte Carlo SS.

Completing the top ten were Steve Casebolt of Richmond, IN, Vic Hill of Morristown, TN, Don O’Neal of Martinsville, IN, Brad Neat of Dunnville, KY and Chris Wall of Holden, LA.

For the latest breaking news on 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, June 19th, 2010 “7th Annual Scorcher 100” Presented by Reece Monument Co. Volunteer Speedway – Bulls Gap, TN

Red Buck Cigars Fast Time: Dan Schlieper / 13.525 seconds

Wiles Driveshaft’s First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Dale McDowell, Vic Hill, Brad Neat, Shanon Buckingham, Mark Vineyard, Mark Douglas, Brandon Kinzer, Donald Bradsher, Lee Sutton, Jeff Smith, Tony Schrimsher AFCO Racing Products Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Eric Wells, Don O’Neal, Michael Smith, Tyler Reddick, Terry Wolfenbarger, Tim Isenberg, Jordan Bland, Dean Bowen, Chad Ogle, John Blankenship, Michael Walker-DNS

Allstar Performance Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Dan Schlieper, Steve Casebolt, Chris Madden, Chris Wall, Jared Landers, Earl Pearson Jr., Steve Smith, Jimmy Owens, Rick Rogers, Kerry Jones, Tommy Kerr

SuperFlow Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Scott Bloomquist, Ray Cook, Jonathan Davenport, Jeff Maupin, Eric Jacobsen, Randy Weaver, Chris Brown, Jeff neubert, Jeff Wolfenbarger, Mike Marlar

Hawk Brake First B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Transfer): Mark Vineyard, Terry Wolfenbarger, Tim Isenberg, mark Douglas, Jordan Bland, Brandon Kinzer, Donald Bradsher, John Blankenship, Lee Sutton, Dean Bowen, Jeff Smith, Chad Ogle, Tony Schrimsher-DNS, Michael Walker-DNS

Performance Rod and Custom (PRC) Second B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Transfer):  Eric Jacobsen, Jared Landerson, Randy Weaver, Chris Brown, Steve Smith, Rick Rogers, Jeff Neubert, Tommy Kerr, Kerry Jones, Jeff Wolfenbarger, Earl Pearson Jr., Mike Marlar, Jimmy Owens-DNS

Feature Finish - 50 Laps

FINISH

START

CAR #

DRIVER NAME

HOMETOWN

1

2

0

Scott Bloomquist

Mooresburg, TN

2

8

44m

Chris Madden

Gaffney, SC

3

10

49

Jonathan Davenport

Blairsville, GA

4

6

53

Ray Cook

Brasstown, NC

5

3

18e

Eric Wells

Hazard, KY

6

4

c9

Steve Casebolt

Richmond, IN

7

7

71

Don O'Neal

Martinsville, IN

8

9

41n

Brad Neat

Dunnville, KY

9

12

71w

Chris Wall

Holden, LA

10

13

50

Shanon Buckingham

Morristown, TN

11

18

777

Jared Landers

Lexington, NC

12

16

5

Eric Jacobsen

Watsonville, CA

13

23

20

Jimmy Owens

Newport, TN

14

25

23

John Blankenship

Williamson, WV

15

17

4v

Mark Vineyard

Powell, TN

16

24

44

Earl Pearson, Jr.

Jacksonville, FL

17

14

0m

Jeff Maupin

Greeneville, TN

18

15

11t

Tyler Reddick

Corning, CA

19

21

9t

Tim Isenberg

Marshfield, WI

20

1

17m

Dale McDowell

Chickamauga, GA

21

20

116

Randy Weaver

Crossville, TN

22

11

4s

Michael Smith

Rogersville, TN

23

19

14

Terry Wolfenbarger

Powell, TN

24

22

21b

Chris Brown

Cleveland, TX

25***

5

1v

Vic Hill

Mosheim, TN

***Disqualified due to tire tests.

 

Race StatisticsEntrants: 43 Lap Leaders: Dale McDowell (Laps 1-31); Scott Bloomquist (Laps 32-50) Caution Flags: Lap 11 (Chris Brown) Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Jimmy Owens, Earl Pearson Jr. Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Emergency Provisional: John Blankenship PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race: John Blankenship (Started 25th; Finished 15th; Advanced 10 positions) Ohlin’s Shocks Performer of the Race: Eric Wells K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race: Ray Cook Quarter Master Rookie of the Race: Eric Wells Comp Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Roush Yates Engines Dominator Race Products Hard Luck Award: Dan Schlieper DirtonDirt.com Crew Chief of the Race: Tommy Hicks (Scott Bloomquist) Time of Race: 19 minutes, 02 seconds

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BULLS GAP, TN (June 18, 2010) – Jimmy Owens of Newport, TN won his second straight Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event in dramatic fashion on Friday Night as he captured night number one of the Scorcher 100 Presented by Reece Monument Company at Volunteer Speedway.  He passed Dan Schlieper of Sullivan, WI heading to the white flag as he went on to beat Schlieper to the finish line for his fifth series win of the year.  Schlieper, who led 48 of the 50 laps finished second followed by Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, GA; Ray Cook of Brasstown, NC; and Earl Pearson, Jr. of Jacksonville, FL.

Davenport and Schlieper made up the front row for the $10,000 to win main event. Schlieper pulled out to an early lead as a terrific battle for second place was going on between Davenport and Billy Ogle, Jr.  Schlieper built a huge ten-car-length advantage only five laps into the race as Davenport and Ogle exchanged the second spot twice within a three lap period.

Schlieper’s lead began to melt away as traffic started to enter the picture by the tenth circuit.  The top five were Schlieper, Davenport, Ogle, Cook and Owens, who was running fifth.  The top five stayed the same until lap 26 when Ogle went pitside for the night.

Schlieper still held a good six-car-length lead even in traffic until the first caution came out for Mike Marlar who was up against the turn two wall on lap 29.  On the restart, Schlieper had Davenport and Cook lined up side-by-side behind him for the Delaware double-file restart.

Owens was the benefactor of the restart as he moved into third, advancing two spots in the running order. The second and final caution of the race appeared for John Blankenship, who slowed on the frontstretch on lap 31.

On the restart, Schlieper again sprinted out to a four-car-length lead with 15 laps remaining in the race as Davenport and Owens would battle door-to-door for five consecutive laps for the runnerup slot. Schlieper then moved into some heavy traffic, and with ten laps to go, he still held a big enough lead that it looked like neither Davenport or Owens was going to able to catch him.  Owens tried unsuccessfully for several laps to pass Davenport, but was finally able to clear the young Georgia hotshoe on lap 43 to take over second.

 

With five laps to go, Schlieper was seven-car lengths ahead of Owens and appeared to be on his way for his first series win since July 3, 2008 at Muskingum County Speedway in Zanesville, OH.  Schlieper was having trouble negotiating around traffic, allowing Owens to cut into his lead with four laps remaining.

Owens was able to get within striking distance of Schlieper and it looked like Owens was going to be able to catch Schlieper in time, but could he pass him?  Owens dove to the inside of Schlieper with three laps to go, but Schlieper shut the door and the pair headed down the backstretch. Coming to the white flag, Owens set Schlieper up into turn three and was able to get to the inside of Schlieper coming off of turn number four as he took the lead.

Owens then held off Schlieper on the final lap and picked up his second straight Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory of the weekend. He was coming off of a win on Thursday Night at Cleveland (TN) Speedway in the 4th Annul Car Smart Race for the Cure [Juvenile Diabetes].  For Owens it was his 18th career series win, which is third all-time in series history.

In Lucas Oil victory lane Owens was extremely happy to accept the winner’s check after a hard earned victory.  “I said last night at Cleveland, that I hoped the fan’s got their money’s worth last night, well I think tonight we did them one better here,” said Owens, who started fifth and was joined in victory lane by a bevy of well wishers including his son, Nathan.

“I have to thank my crew, Chris Fox, and the guys did a great job as usual. We set fast time, ran second in our heat and we had just enough laps to catch Dan there at the end.  We had a good race with Davenport and I wasn’t sure we could catch him (Schlieper), but in traffic we were able to close on him and were able to get underneath of him coming to the white flag. Winning at Bulls Gap is special and with Reece Monument Company presenting this event, it’s great to win for Mike Reece and everybody there,” said the 38-year-old driver who now trails points leader, Scott Bloomquist by just 50 points heading into night two  of the “Scorcher 100” Presented by Reece Monument Co. at Volunteer Speedway  in Bulls Gap, TN.

Owens, who drives for Tazewell, TN’s Mike Reece drives a Bloomquist Race Cars Ford Fusion powered by a Cornett Racing Engine and sponsored by Reece Monument Company, Gantte Appraisals, Red Line Oil, VP Racing Fuels, Byrd’s Radiator, C&C Trucking, Ohlins and Alwee Trucking.

Schlieper drove the Rockstar Energy Drink/Pro Power Race Engines/Bloomquist Race Cars Ford Fusion to his second runner-up finish of 2010 was disappointed in second as he thought he had to car to beat.  “It’s bitter pill to swallow, I got there in traffic and then I saw Jimmy there and I knew I was in some trouble not only having to battle him, but lapped traffic, the car was super all race long, we just came up two laps short at the end,” said Schlieper who scored his best finish since the final night of the DART Winternationals at East Bay back in February.

Davenport was third in the Baird Transport/Clements Racing Engines/Barry Wright Race Cars entry with Cook finishing fourth in the Danny Dishman and Ron Ivey/A+ Moving and Storage/MasterSbilt Monte Carlo SS and Pearson came home fifth in the Bobby Labonte Racing/Lucas Oil Products/MasterSbilt Dodge Charger.

Completing the top ten were Chris Wall of Holden, LA, Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, GA, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN, Steve Casebolt of Richmond, IN and Chris Madden of Gaffney, SC.

For the latest breaking news on 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, June 18th, 2010 “7th Annual Scorcher 100” Presented by Reece Monument Co. Volunteer Speedway – Bulls Gap, TN

 

 

Red Buck Cigars Fast Time: Jimmy Owens / 13.940 seconds 

Wiles Driveshaft’s First Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Jonathan Davenport, Jimmy Owens, Scott Bloomquist, Rick Rogers, Don O’Neal, Mark Vineyard, Bryan Hendrix, Brandon Kinzer, Donald Bradsher, Daniel Baggerly, Dean Bowen, John Tweed

AFCO Racing Products Second Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Ray Cook, Dale McDowell, Brad Neat, Chris Madden, Eric Jacobsen, Tim Isenberg, Terry Wolfenbarger, Jeff Maupin, Tommy Kerr, Lee Sutton, John Mason, Michael Walker

Allstar Performance Third Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Dan Schlieper, Chris Wall, Steve Casebolt, John Blankenship, Shanon Buckingham, Jared Landers, Tyler Reddick, Chris Brown, Chad Ogle, Stacey Boles, Jordan Bland, Tony Schrimsher

SuperFlow Fourth Heat (10 Laps-Top 4 Advance): Billy Ogle, Earl Pearson Jr., Mike Marlar, Vic Hill, Eric Wells, Mark Douglas, Michael Smith, Kerry Jones, Rodney Kiker, Jeff Neubert, Jeff Smith

Hawk Brake First B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Transfer): Don O’Neal, Eric Jacobsen, Mark Vineyard, Tim Isenberg, Jeff Maupin, Terry Wolfenbarger, Brayn Hendrix, Brandon Kinzer, Tommy Kerr, Lee Sutton, Michael Walker, John Mason, Donald Bradsher, Dean Bowen, Daniel Baggerly-DNS, John Tweed-DNS

Performance Rod and Custom (PRC) Second B-Main (12 Laps- Top 3 Transfer):  Eric Wells, Shanon Buckingham, Jared Landers, Mark Douglas, Michael Smith, Tyler Reddick, Jeff Neubert, Chris Brown, Jeff Smith, Jordan Bland, Chad Ogle, Tony Schrimsher, Kerry Jones, Rodney Kiker, Stacy Boles-DNS

Feature Finish - 50 Laps

FINISH

START

CAR #

DRIVER NAME

HOMETOWN

1

5

20

Jimmy Owens

Newport, TN

2

2

s9

Dan Schlieper

Sullivan, WI

3

1

49

Jonathan Davenport

Blairsville, GA

4

3

53

Ray Cook

Brasstown, NC

5

8

44

Earl Pearson, Jr.

Jacksonville, FL

6

6

71w

Chris Wall

Holden, LA

7

7

17m

Dale McDowell

Chickamauga, GA

8

9

0

Scott Bloomquist

Mooresburg, TN

9

10

c9

Steve Casebolt

Richmond, IN

10

15

44m

Chris Madden

Gaffney, SC

11

17

71

Don O'Neal

Martinsville, IN

12

11

41n

Brad Neat

Dunnville, KY

13

13

44x

Rick Rogers

Knoxville, TN

14

16

1v

Vic Hill

Mosheim, TN

15

18

18e

Eric Wells

Hazard, KY

16

21

4v

Mark Vineyard

Powell, TN

17

19

5

Eric Jacobsen

Watsonville, CA

18

24

11t

Tyler Reddick

Corning, CA

19

14

23

John Blankenship

Williamson, WV

20

12

157

Mike Marlar

Winfield, TN

21

20

50

Shanon Buckingham

Morristown, TN

22

23

9t

Tim Isenberg

Marshfield, WI

23

22

777

Jared Landers

Lexington, NC

24

25

64

Michael Walker

Franklin, TN

25***

4

201

Billy Ogle

Knoxville, TN

*** Disqualified, due to results of tire tests.

Race Statistics

Entrants: 47

Lap Leaders: Dan Schlieper (Laps 1-48); Jimmy Owens (Laps 49-50)

Caution Flags: Mike Marlar (Lap 29); John Blankenship (Lap 31)

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Tim Isenberg, Tyler Reddick

Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Emergency Provisional: Michael Walker

PBM/Erson Cams Hard Charger of the Race: Don O’Neal (Started 17th; Finished 11th; Advanced 6 positions)

Ohlin’s Shocks Performer of the Race: Dan Schlieper

K&N Filters Clean Pass of the Race: Earl Pearson Jr.

Quarter Master Rookie of the Race: Chris Wall

Comp Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Cornett Racing Engines

Dominator Race Products Hard Luck Award: Billy Ogle

DirtonDirt.com Crew Chief of the Race: Chris Fox (Jimmy Owens)

Time of Race: 21 minutes, 23 seconds

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