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#LucasDirt #Go50 Feature Finish:
Davenport
Sheppard
Moran
Zeigler
Babb
Junghans
Bloomquist
Richards
Erb28
ONeal71
McDowell
Madden
McCreadie
Bronson
Erb1T
Bruening
MoyerJr
Scott
Pearson
Buckingham
Simpson32
Laney
Phillips
Owens
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Great recovery for the night Moran!

Congrats JD and team

Great Job JD!

Congratulations🏁🏁

Great run Shepp!

Great job JD

Great run #18 SBR !

Nice run Babb!!!!

Dang not a great night for TMAC 😢

Love to see Mark Richards get beat. JD!!!!!!!!

Congrats on win #10!!! #superman #fast49 #davenport #beastmode

7th is better than dnf.... The best never rest......0

Don Potter

19th to 3rd!! Great run for Moran & DBM#1!!

Top 5 for Babb! Alright

If Richards was smart he would have stayed with his pops and the rocket house car.

🙌🙌Woohoo 🏁🏁

Man JD makes this track look easy.

lot of heavy hitters in the back pearson and owens

Way to go Davenport

Dirt on dirt says Sheppard’s the country’s #1 driver🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️ #HornsUp

What happened to Moyer?

Way to go J D

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#LucasDirt #Go50 Feature Line Up:
Bruening-Zeigler
MoyerJr-Erb1T
McCreadie-Owens
Babb-Sheppard
Davenport-Simpson32
Bloomquist-ONeal71
Junghans-Phillips
Richards-Erb28
Madden-McDowell
Moran-Buckingham
Laney-Bronson
Pearson-Scott
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32 on his way back to the local track tour.

Terbo for the win

Is Phillips on track? He isn’t showing up on MyRacePass timing

Josh Richards !

Go teams #18 and #1 and their crews

Let’s go bruening

Bring it home Davenport 🏁🏁

16T

Come on terbo!!!

Lets go nightmare!!!

BLOOMQUIST

Lets go TMAC

go scot

T mac for the win

Get it madden

Bshepp rocketman

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13 hours ago

World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series

Motor Heat for the Jokers Wild at Elsie Speedway. July 18, 2019. ...

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Huber heights OH wish I was there

Wish they would show the whole race

Go Brad, and David!.

Hope you do well Andrew.

Guess I have to fire up my pc and get Dirtvision on. And watch Sprint Cars on the big screen.

wish I could be there!!!!

Tinley park Illinios watching

Wished I was there

Thanks for showing.....

Thank you

Good luck Brad sweet

Sweet

Thanks from Oklahoma..

Watching from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada

Sweet or Reutzel 🤘🏻🏁

Watching from new Zealand 🏁

Thanks for feed

Funny way to spell Eldora.

Hello from Arkansas

Would b good to watch the race over here in land down under if you put it up please

GO GET THEM NAPA BRAD SWEET, ✌✌✌👍👍🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Cody Jacobs for president!!!!

Look at Clark Davis putting in work on that 5 Car.

Go 87 Aaron Reutzel

Hi Joe Sullivan

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19 hours ago

Lucas Oil MLRA

If you plan on heading out to the races, make sure to be part of the IHG Rewards Club. Just visit LucasOil.com/Hotels to hooked up on some of your favorite hotels. ...

If you plan on heading out to the races, make sure to be part of the IHG Rewards Club. Just visit LucasOil.com/Hotels to hooked up on some of your favorite hotels.

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IMCA Racing

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DIRTcar Racing

The action is getting intense across all DIRTcar divisions as racers are approaching or have made sixteen starts in 2019. All drivers' top 16 finishes are counted towards the points and the rest are dropped.

It’s a pair of Mat(t)s on top of the DIRTcar Big Block Modified and 358 Modified standings. Mat Williamson had a huge week with wins at Ransomville Speedway, Merrittville Speedway, and a DIRTcar 358 Modified Series win at Cornwall Motor Speedway. His Mohawk win will count into next week’s edition.

Meanwhile, Matt Sheppard, with nothing but wins and podiums, is the man to beat in the Big Blocks.

Brad Rouse sits on top of the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified standings with great finishes out in the West.

Jason Meltz is currently first in the Pro Stock standings with challenges coming from Josh Coonradt and Marc LaLonde.

Sign up now for the newsletter to receive all the stories and results at www.DIRTcar.com!
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The action is getting intense across all DIRTcar divisions as racers are approaching or have made sixteen starts in 2019. All drivers top 16 finishes are counted towards the points and the rest are dropped.

It’s a pair of Mat(t)s on top of the DIRTcar Big Block Modified and 358 Modified standings. Mat Williamson had a huge week with wins at Ransomville Speedway, Merrittville Speedway, and a DIRTcar 358 Modified Series win at Cornwall Motor Speedway. His Mohawk win will count into next week’s edition. 

Meanwhile, Matt Sheppard, with nothing but wins and podiums, is the man to beat in the Big Blocks. 

Brad Rouse sits on top of the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified standings with great finishes out in the West. 

Jason Meltz is currently first in the Pro Stock standings with challenges coming from Josh Coonradt and Marc LaLonde.

Sign up now for the newsletter to receive all the stories and results at www.DIRTcar.com!

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Félicitations Marc et à ton équipe aussi belle position

50 points cest pas trop loin pour la premiere place, au fonc Leon, lache pas

Martin Pelletier

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100% chance of goin fast with a good chance of lookin good doin it 😍 I-80 Speedway bound tomorrow! ...

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looking forward to seeing you on the track!

Dewane Farmer

Good Luck Kent🏁🏁

Good luck Kent

Rory Roshaven

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2 days ago

IMCA Racing

The Deery Brothers Summer Series for IMCA Late Models event scheduled for tonight at CJ Speedway in Columbus Junction, Iowa has been canceled. ...

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Will there be a makeup date or not

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3 days ago

Lucas Oil MLRA

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*SCHEDULE UPDATE*

As announced earlier in the season, LaSalle Speedway has ceased operations. The event originally scheduled for Sunday, July 21, 2019 has been cancelled. PACE Promotions, the event promoters chose to take the Bill Waite Jr Memorial event to Dirt Oval Route 66 Raceway, where the Bumper to Bumper IRA Sprints raced the event co-sanctioned with the All Star Circuit of Champions.

The Built Ford Tough MOWA Sprint Car Series Delivered by Morrow Brothers Ford, Inc. returns to action July 26 at Jacksonville Speedway and Macon Speedway on July 27.
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*SCHEDULE UPDATE*

As announced earlier in the season, LaSalle Speedway has ceased operations. The event originally scheduled for Sunday, July 21, 2019 has been cancelled. PACE Promotions, the event promoters chose to take the Bill Waite Jr Memorial event to Dirt Oval Route 66 Raceway, where the Bumper to Bumper IRA Sprints raced the event co-sanctioned with the All Star Circuit of Champions.

The Built Ford Tough MOWA Sprint Car Series Delivered by Morrow Brothers Ford, Inc. returns to action July 26 at Jacksonville Speedway and Macon Speedway on July 27.

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David McMullen

Stephanie Lynn Snelling we should take Macon if we don't get to go to ohio

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MOWA Monday- Lincoln Speedway ...

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Great job Tommy.

Missed a wild night

Isaiah Taylor

Melissa Connor Boastick I see what you meant.good night to stay home.

youtu.be/XCMYY4eHJCI for those that missed it, I have YouTube video of the Nienhiser crash at Lincoln. Skip ahead to 51.01 minutes to see it

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4 days ago

DIRTcar Racing

TONIGHT! Part two of a DIRTcar 358 Modified Series doubleheader goes green at Mohawk International Raceway! #358Mods ...

TONIGHT! Part two of a DIRTcar 358 Modified Series doubleheader goes green at Mohawk International Raceway! #358Mods

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Lucas Oil MLRA

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Midwest Open Wheel Association

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2 weeks ago

MARS Racing Series

Miles Goes the Distance in Schaeffer’s MARS Super Late Model 5th Annual Born Free 40 at Brownstown Speedway

By Michael Despain

BROWNSTOWN, INDIANA (July 6, 2019)- The Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series would make their second appearance of the 2019 racing season at Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, IN for the 5th Annual Born Free 40 and Shelby Miles of Bloomington, IN would score the biggest win of his career and capture the $5,000 victory.

The win for Miles was his first-career Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series victory and would come behind the wheel of the Reed and Son Construction, Rock Solid Masonry, Bloomington South Salvage sponsored #76 Rocket Chassis, Jay Dickens Race Engines powered entry.

The initial start would see a wild scramble that would see the caution wave before the first lap was completed for debris for the driveshaft from the Lee Williams entry. Once action began, Chad Stapleton would move to the early race lead, with Devin Gilpin, Austin Burns, Jason Jameson, and Zac Blackwood giving chase. Gilpin began to challenge for the lead on lap three and would pass Stapleton on lap four, only to see Stapleton return to the top spot on lap five. Jameson would work past Stapleton for second on lap eight and would mount charge on Gilpin and would be ahead of Gilpin at the line to complete lap eleven. Gilpin would charge back under Jameson on the next circuit and as the pair entered turn three, Jameson’s mount would slide over the bank in turn three and draw the caution. The restart would see Gilpin in front, but before the field would complete lap twelve, Gilpin’s entry would slow with mechanical issues and his night would be finished. Stapleton would inherit the lead and as the field came through to complete lap twelve this time, he and Shelby Miles would make contact in turn one, with the result being Stapleton stopped in the track. Fifth-place starting Miles would inherit the lead at this point as action would resume for a couple of more laps until the final caution of the race flew on lap fourteen when Austin Burns would stop just outside the turn four banking. Miles continued to lead as the field saw the halfway signal and it would be at this point that Dean Carpenter and Jackie Boggs would engage in an entertaining battle for the runner-up position that would see the drivers trade the spot multiple times. Meanwhile, Miles would slowly pull away from the field and 20th place starter Dustin Linville would charge his way to fourth and by lap thirty, Jameson had charged his way back from the rear of the field to the fifth spot. Carpenter would finally win the battle with Boggs for second and as the five-lap to go signal was shown, Carpenter began to reel in race leader Miles, but Miles would hold off the charges of Carpenter to score the victory, with Carpenter finishing second, and Boggs would come third. Linville and Jameson would round out the top five. The remainder of the top ten finishers would be Brad Barrow, Chad Stapleton, David Seibers, Austin Burns, and Jason Milam.

The Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series next events will be Friday August 2 at Windy Hollow Speedway in Owensboro, KY, paying $5,000 to win, and Saturday August 3 at Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, IN, paying $10,000 to win the 15th Annual Hall of Fame Classic.

For more information concerning the Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series, please call series promoter/race director Chris Tilley at (606) 219-1723 or (828) 361-5981 or log on to the series official webpage at www.MarsRacingSeries.com .

The Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Racing Series would like to thank the following 2019 Series Sponsors: Schaeffer’s Oil, VP Racing Fuels, Hoosier Tire Midwest, AR Bodies, Cruise with the Champions, Knowles Race Parts & Bodies, DirtonDirt.com, Brucebilt Performance, Wiles Racing Driveshafts and Custom Suspension.

Official Summary of Results

Feature Results for Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series at Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, IN on July 6, 2019
1. Shelby Miles-Bloomington, Ind.
2. Dean Carpenter-Coldwater, Miss.
3. Jackie Boggs-Grayson, Ky.
4. Dustin Linville-Bryantsville, Ky.
5. Jason Jameson-Lawrenceburg, Ind.
6. Brad Barrow-Bloomington, Ind.
7. Chad Stapleton-Edinburgh, Ind.
8. David Seibers-Chapel Hill, Tenn.
9. Austin Burns-Morgantown, Ind.
10. Jason Milam-Guntown, Miss.
11. Zack Burton-Edinburgh, Ind.
12. Wes Leigh-Linton, Ind.
13. Zac Blackwood-Columbus, Ind.
14. Karlie Holt-Orleans, Ind.
15. Steve Godsey-Bedford, Ind.
16. Devin Gilpin-Columbus, Ind.
17. David Webb-Nicholasville, Ky.
18. Jared Bailey-Bedford, Ind.
19. Dusty Chapman-Bedford, Ind.
20. Michael Seibers-Chapel Hill, Tenn.
21. Skyller Lewis-Brownstown, Ind.
22. Lee Williams-Haubstadt, Ind.

Time of Race: 23 minutes, 52 seconds
Margin of Victory: 0.746 seconds
Yellow Flags: Five (lap 1, 12, 12 restart, 12 restart, 14)
Red Flags: None
Lap Leaders: Chad Stapleton 1-3, 5-6, 12; Devin Gilpin 4, 7-10; Jason Jameson 11; Shelby Miles 13-40
Entries: 22
Knowles Race Parts and Bodies Overall Top Qualifier: Austin Burns 13.752 seconds
Provisional Starters: None

Heat One Finish (10 laps/all transfer)- Austin Burns, Devin Gilpin, David Webb, Jackie Boggs, Brad Barrow, Zack Burton, Karlie Holt (DNS-Dustin Linville)

Heat Two Finish (10 laps/all transfer)- Chad Stapleton, Shelby Miles, David Seibers, Jared Bailey, Skyller Lewis, Wes Leigh, Michael Seibers

Heat Three Finish (10 laps/all transfer)- Jason Jameson, Zac Blackwood, Dean Carpenter, Steve Godsey, Jason Milam, Dusty Chapman, Lee Williams

Current Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series Points (after 7/6/19):
1. David Seibers-922
2. Dean Carpenter-920
3. Jose Parga-672
4. Allen Weisser-582
5. Dennis Erb Jr.-562
6. Brian Shirley-552
7. Myles Moos-492
8. Devin Gilpin-443
9. Christian Hanger-425
10. Josh Putman-386
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Miles Goes the Distance in Schaeffer’s MARS Super Late Model 5th Annual Born Free 40 at Brownstown Speedway
 
By Michael Despain

BROWNSTOWN, INDIANA (July 6, 2019)- The Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series would make their second appearance of the 2019 racing season at Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, IN for the 5th Annual Born Free 40 and Shelby Miles of Bloomington, IN would score the biggest win of his career and capture the $5,000 victory.
 
The win for Miles was his first-career Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series victory and would come behind the wheel of the Reed and Son Construction, Rock Solid Masonry, Bloomington South Salvage sponsored #76 Rocket Chassis, Jay Dickens Race Engines powered entry.    
 
The initial start would see a wild scramble that would see the caution wave before the first lap was completed for debris for the driveshaft from the Lee Williams entry. Once action began, Chad Stapleton would move to the early race lead, with Devin Gilpin, Austin Burns, Jason Jameson, and Zac Blackwood giving chase. Gilpin began to challenge for the lead on lap three and would pass Stapleton on lap four, only to see Stapleton return to the top spot on lap five. Jameson would work past Stapleton for second on lap eight and would mount charge on Gilpin and would be ahead of Gilpin at the line to complete lap eleven. Gilpin would charge back under Jameson on the next circuit and as the pair entered turn three, Jameson’s mount would slide over the bank in turn three and draw the caution. The restart would see Gilpin in front, but before the field would complete lap twelve, Gilpin’s entry would slow with mechanical issues and his night would be finished. Stapleton would inherit the lead and as the field came through to complete lap twelve this time, he and Shelby Miles would make contact in turn one, with the result being Stapleton stopped in the track. Fifth-place starting Miles would inherit the lead at this point as action would resume for a couple of more laps until the final caution of the race flew on lap fourteen when Austin Burns would stop just outside the turn four banking. Miles continued to lead as the field saw the halfway signal and it would be at this point that Dean Carpenter and Jackie Boggs would engage in an entertaining battle for the runner-up position that would see the drivers trade the spot multiple times. Meanwhile, Miles would slowly pull away from the field and 20th place starter Dustin Linville would charge his way to fourth and by lap thirty, Jameson had charged his way back from the rear of the field to the fifth spot. Carpenter would finally win the battle with Boggs for second and as the five-lap to go signal was shown, Carpenter began to reel in race leader Miles, but Miles would hold off the charges of Carpenter to score the victory, with Carpenter finishing second, and Boggs would come third. Linville and Jameson would round out the top five. The remainder of the top ten finishers would be Brad Barrow, Chad Stapleton, David Seibers, Austin Burns, and Jason Milam.
 
The Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series next events will be Friday August 2 at Windy Hollow Speedway in Owensboro, KY, paying $5,000 to win, and Saturday August 3 at Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, IN, paying $10,000 to win the 15th Annual Hall of Fame Classic.  
 
For more information concerning the Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series, please call series promoter/race director Chris Tilley at (606) 219-1723 or (828) 361-5981 or log on to the series official webpage at www.MarsRacingSeries.com .
 
The Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Racing Series would like to thank the following 2019 Series Sponsors: Schaeffer’s Oil, VP Racing Fuels, Hoosier Tire Midwest, AR Bodies, Cruise with the Champions, Knowles Race Parts & Bodies, DirtonDirt.com, Brucebilt Performance, Wiles Racing Driveshafts and Custom Suspension.
 
Official Summary of Results
 
Feature Results for Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series at Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, IN on July 6, 2019
1. Shelby Miles-Bloomington, Ind.
2. Dean Carpenter-Coldwater, Miss.
3. Jackie Boggs-Grayson, Ky.
4. Dustin Linville-Bryantsville, Ky.
5. Jason Jameson-Lawrenceburg, Ind.
6. Brad Barrow-Bloomington, Ind.
7. Chad Stapleton-Edinburgh, Ind.
8. David Seibers-Chapel Hill, Tenn.
9. Austin Burns-Morgantown, Ind.
10. Jason Milam-Guntown, Miss.
11. Zack Burton-Edinburgh, Ind.
12. Wes Leigh-Linton, Ind.
13. Zac Blackwood-Columbus, Ind.
14. Karlie Holt-Orleans, Ind.
15. Steve Godsey-Bedford, Ind.
16. Devin Gilpin-Columbus, Ind.
17. David Webb-Nicholasville, Ky.
18. Jared Bailey-Bedford, Ind.
19. Dusty Chapman-Bedford, Ind.
20. Michael Seibers-Chapel Hill, Tenn.
21. Skyller Lewis-Brownstown, Ind.
22. Lee Williams-Haubstadt, Ind.
 
Time of Race: 23 minutes, 52 seconds
Margin of Victory: 0.746 seconds
Yellow Flags: Five (lap 1, 12, 12 restart, 12 restart, 14)
Red Flags: None
Lap Leaders: Chad Stapleton 1-3, 5-6, 12; Devin Gilpin 4, 7-10; Jason Jameson 11; Shelby Miles 13-40
Entries: 22
Knowles Race Parts and Bodies Overall Top Qualifier: Austin Burns 13.752 seconds
Provisional Starters: None 
 
Heat One Finish (10 laps/all transfer)- Austin Burns, Devin Gilpin, David Webb, Jackie Boggs, Brad Barrow, Zack Burton, Karlie Holt (DNS-Dustin Linville)
 
Heat Two Finish (10 laps/all transfer)- Chad Stapleton, Shelby Miles, David Seibers, Jared Bailey, Skyller Lewis, Wes Leigh, Michael Seibers
 
Heat Three Finish (10 laps/all transfer)- Jason Jameson, Zac Blackwood, Dean Carpenter, Steve Godsey, Jason Milam, Dusty Chapman, Lee Williams
 
Current Schaeffer’s Oil MARS Super Late Model Racing Series Points (after 7/6/19):
1. David Seibers-922
2. Dean Carpenter-920
3. Jose Parga-672
4. Allen Weisser-582
5. Dennis Erb Jr.-562
6. Brian Shirley-552
7. Myles Moos-492
8. Devin Gilpin-443
9. Christian Hanger-425
10. Josh Putman-386
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