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Eckert Rules Winchester Speedway’s Gunter’s Honey 50, Claims Second World of Outlaws Late Model Series Victory of 2015

New Longhorn Chassis Carries Veteran Pennsylvania Driver to 32nd-Career WoO LMS Triumph

By Joshua Joiner, WoO LMS PR

WINCHESTER, Va. - Aug. 15, 2015 - Rick Eckert's first weekend driving a Longhorn Chassis ended in triumphant fashion Saturday night at Winchester Speedway.

In his third night out in his new Longhorn mount, Eckert, 49, of York, Pa., led every lap of Saturday's Gunter's Honey 50 to earn $10,650 for his second World of Outlaws Late Model Series victory of the season.

The 2011 WoO LMS champion grabbed the lead from the outside pole on the start of the 50-lap race and never looked back. His Paul Crowl-owned, P&J Contractors-sponsored No. 7 car crossed the finish line 2.246 seconds ahead of WoO LMS points leader Shane Clanton of Zebulon, Ga., in a race that was slowed by just one caution.

Read more: Eckert Wins Winchester's Gunter's Honey 50

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Richards Goes Back-To-Back, Scores Sixth World of Outlaws Late Model Series Victory Of 2015 At Potomac Speedway

West Virginia Driver in Position to Sweep National Tour's Three-Race Mid-Atlantic Trip during Saturday's Visit to Winchester Speedway

By Joshua Joiner, WoO LMS PR

BUDDS CREEK, Md. - Aug. 14, 2015 - Josh Richards is making the most of the World of Outlaws Late Model Series' visit to the Mid-Atlantic region.

Richards, the three-time WoO LMS champion from Shinnston, W.Va., raced to his second victory in as many nights Friday evening at Potomac Speedway, leading all but the opening lap of the Gunter's Honey 50 to earn $10,700 in the second leg of the national tour's three-race Mid-Atlantic weekend.

Starting from the sixth position, Richards, 27, survived contact in an opening-lap scramble before charging ahead of outside polesitter Morgan Bagley of Longview, Texas, to take the lead on lap two. After holding off a mid-race challenge from Rick Eckert of York, Pa., Richards pulled away for much of the second half of the race before again turning Eckert back amid traffic during the final five circuits.

Richards crossed the finish line with an advantage of 0.879 seconds in earning his sixth WoO LMS victory of the season and the 55th of his career.

Read more: Potomac Gives Richards Second Straight Win

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Richards Capitalizes On Hubbard’s Misfortune, Scores Fulton Bank 50 Victory At Delaware International Speedway

Three-Time World of Outlaws Late Model Series Champion Scores $10,725 Payday in First Round of National Tour's Mid-Atlantic Tripleheader Weekend

By Joshua Joiner, WoO LMS PR

DELMAR, Del. - Aug. 13, 2015 - Josh Richards took advantage of Austin Hubbard's misfortune to claim his fifth World of Outlaws Late Model Series victory of the season in Thursday's Fulton Bank 50, earning a $10,725 payday at Delaware International Speedway.

Richards, the three-time WoO LMS champion from Shinnston, W.Va., pressured Hubbard of Seaford, Del., through the second half of the 50-lap race before taking command when Hubbard's overheating engine expired on lap 45. Richards led the final six laps and crossed the finish line with an advantage of 7.756 seconds in scoring his second-career victory at Delaware's half-mile oval.

Read more: Hubbard's Demise Lifts Richards at Delaware

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Davenport Cruises At Cedar Lake Speedway, Adds $50,000 USA Nationals Victory To Historic 2015 Season

Georgia Driver Leads Final 88 Laps of Cedar Lake's Crown Jewel World of Outlaws Late Model Series Event To Complete Sweep of USA Nationals Weekend

By Joshua Joiner, WoO LMS PR

NEW RICHMOND, Wis. - Aug. 1, 2015 - Making his historic 2015 season even better, Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., led the final 88 laps of Saturday's 28th annual USA Nationals at Cedar Lake Speedway to score a $50,000 victory in the World of Outlaws Late Model Series crown jewel event.

Davenport, whose stellar 2015 campaign already included a $100,000 payday at Eldora Speedway's Dirt Late Model Dream and a $26,000 Prairie Dirt Classic triumph at Fairbury American Legion Speedway just one week ago, overtook Dennis Erb Jr. of Carpentersville, Ill., on lap 23 of Saturday's 100-lap race and pulled away from Billy Moyer of Batesville, Ark., in the closing laps on his way to his first USA Nationals victory.

The 31-year-old Davenport drove his Kevin and Lee Roy Rumley-owned Longhorn Chassis to his 16th overall victory of the season and his third of the year on the WoO LMS. Read more: Davenport Scores $50,000 At Cedar Lake

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Moyer Earns USA Nationals Pole With Near Perfect Preliminary Night Performance at Cedar Lake Speedway

Owens Joins Moyer on Front Row for Saturday's $50,000-to-win World of Outlaws Late Model Series Main Event

By Joshua Joiner, WoO LMS PR

NEW RICHMOND, Wis. - July 31, 2015 - Billy Moyer of Batesville, Ark., moved one step closer to finally claiming his sixth USA Nationals victory with a near perfect performance during Friday night's preliminary action for Cedar Lake Speedway's crown jewel event.

Moyer, who won the USA Nationals five times between 1988 and 1993 before going winless in the event for more than two decades, will chase his sixth Wooden Eagle trophy from the pole of Saturday's 100-lap USA Nationals A-Main after dominating Friday's prelim action.

The 57-year-old Moyer won the first of five heat races for the $50,000-to-win World of Outlaws Late Model Series event and claimed the Pole Dash to earn the inside-front-row starting spot for Saturday's main event. For good measure, Moyer capped Friday's action with a victory in the 12-lap FANSFund Dash for the 11 drivers participating in the USA Nationals as part of the event's fan-voted and fan-funded travel program.

Read more: Moyer Shines In USA Nationals Prelims

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Davenport Tops Moyer Jr. In Late Battle At Cedar Lake Speedway To Win Thursday’s USA Nationals Opening Night Feature

Georgia Driver Leads Final Two Laps To Earn $6,000 World of Outlaws Late Model Series Victory, Takes Aim at $50,000 Payday In Saturday's USA Nationals Finale

By Joshua Joiner, WoO LMS PR

NEW RICHMOND, Wis. - July 30, 2015 - Less than a week after winning Fairbury American Legion Speedway's Prairie Dirt Classic with a final-lap pass, Jonathan Davenport used more late-race heroics to make another visit to victory lane Thursday night at Cedar Lake Speedway.

Kicking off the 28th annual USA Nationals weekend in thrilling fashion, Davenport, 31, of Blairsville, Ga., chased down Billy Moyer Jr. of Batesville, Ark., late in Thursday's 40-lap World of Outlaws Late Model Series feature at Cedar Lake and outdueled Moyer Jr. in a dramatic close battle at the 3/8-mile oval. Read more: Davenport Claims USA Nationals Opener

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Clanton Repels Pearson To Earn His Ninth World of Outlaws Late Model Series Victory Of 2015 In Shawano Speedway’s Sun Drop Shootout

WoO LMS Points Leader Survives Heavy Pressure through Second Half of Shawano's 50-Lapper to Score $10,550 Payday

By Joshua Joiner, WoO LMS PR

SHAWANO, Wis. - July 28, 2015 - The results will show that Shane Clanton led every lap of Tuesday's Sun Drop Shootout at Shawano Speedway to win from the outside pole, but the victory certainly didn't come easy for the World of Outlaws Late Model Series points leader.

Scoring his ninth WoO LMS victory of the season, Clanton, 39, of Zebulon, Ga., survived repeated challenges from Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, Fla., amid heavy lapped traffic during the second half of the 50-lap race to earn a $10,550 payday at the half-mile oval. Read more: Clanton Tops Pearson At Shawano Speedway

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Davenport Passes Erb On Final Lap In Another Prairie Dirt Classic Thriller At Fairbury American Legion Speedway

Georgia Driver Scores $26,000 Payday in Epic World of Outlaws Late Model Series Event

By Joshua Joiner, WoO LMS PR

FAIRBURY, Ill. - July 25, 2015 - Jonathan Davenport added another victory to his amazing 2015 campaign and added another chapter to the growing FALS legend in Saturday night's 26th annual Prairie Dirt Classic presented by Bank of Pontiac.

In another thrilling Prairie Dirt Classic A-Main at Fairbury American Legion Speedway, Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., advanced from his eighth starting spot and outdueled sixth-starting Dennis Erb Jr. of Carpentersville, Ill., in an epic back-and-forth battle through the second half of the 100-lap race before using a dramatic final-lap pass to score a $26,000 victory in the World of Outlaws Late Model Series event.

Read more: Davenport Wins Prairie Dirt Classic Thriller

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Returning To Fairbury, Bloomquist Scores Heat Race Victory On Prairie Dirt Classic Presented by Bank of Pontiac Preliminary Night

Weaver Grabs Fast Time Honors in Time Trials & Scores $5,000 Unsanctioned Victory in 25-lap #FALS Draw Shootout

By Joshua Joiner, WoO LMS PR

FAIRBURY, Ill. - July 24, 2015 - Scott Bloomquist's long-awaited return to Fairbury American Legion Speedway got off to a stellar start during Friday's preliminary action for the 26th annual Prairie Dirt Classic presented by Bank of Pontiac.

Racing at the popular quarter-mile oval for the first time in more than 13 years, Bloomquist, 51, of Mooresburg, Tenn., was among the top qualifiers for the blockbuster two-day event and won the second of six 15-lap heat races to claim a spot in the Top Six Redraw for Saturday's 100-lap, $26,000-to-win A-Main. Read more: Bloomquist Among PDC Heat Winners

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Moyer Capitalizes On Clanton’s Traffic Woes, Wins Inaugural Workforce 40 At Quincy Raceways

Arkansas Veteran Scores 42nd-Career WoO LMS Victory in Front of Capacity Crowd at Western Illinois Oval

By Joshua Joiner, WoO LMS PR

QUINCY, Ill. - July 23, 2015 - Billy Moyer finally found himself on the winning side of lapped-traffic problems Thursday night at Quincy Raceways.

After experiencing his own mishaps in traffic in a number of events earlier in the season, Moyer, 57, of Batesville, Ark., capitalized when Shane Clanton of Zebulon, Ga., nearly hit a slowing car with two laps remaining in Thursday's inaugural Workforce 40. The three-time WoO LMS champion raced ahead and held Clanton off through the race's final two laps to earn an $8,100 victory in front of a capacity crowd at the western Illinois track.

Read more: Moyer Claims Quincy's Workforce 40

 

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