Drohman Charges To Lead And Takes Win @ GIS
(Feburary 4, 2016) Twenty-one Street Stocks would make the trip to Golden Isles Speedway Thursday night to open up the 2016 Season. Josh Smith would win Heat #1 as Michael Hamman picked up the win in the second Heat race. Justin Gilmore would win the Dash as Russell Snearly picked up the win in the B-Main. Gilmore and Drohman would bring the field to the green for the A-Main. Drohman would fall back as Gilmore would start clicking away leading laps. Halfway through the main event Drohman made his charge to the front and take over the lead and the last sixteen laps and pick up the victory. Smith would finish second as Justin Clark would cross the line third.

Smith Wins @ Bubba Raceway in the SCDS
(January 28, 2016)The Sprint Car DIRT Series would roll into the state of Florida for race #1 of the 2016 season. Bubba Raceway Park would host the 1st Annual Winternationals event for the Sprint Car Series. Only had nine entries for this event but that didn't hinder the action. Wes Fehrenbacher would show that he was as strong in the winged cars as he is in the full bodied cars. Fehrenbacher would lead most for the race until Josh Smith would charge hard to the front and slide by in the closing laps to take the win. Fehrenbacher would finish second as Russell Snearly would complete the top 3.

Smith Picks Up First Win Of 2016 @ Magnolia
(January 21, 2016) The season opener of the traveling modified warriors found themselves at Magnolia Speedway for what turned out to be another great night at Dirt Series. We had 21 guys show up to duke it out at the big 3/8 mile track. In heat race #1 James Rotruck charged from 5th and took the win. Heat race #2 saw Justin Remmers come all the way from last to pick up the win. We then lined up a dash and b feature based on passing points. In the B, Zakkary Parker, JD Legg, Steven Porter, and Keith Prater would transfer on to the A. The dash was a great battle for the lead but James Rotruck bested the 6 car field and would start on the pole for the big show. The A main was fast and furious with slicing and dicing throughout the field but most importantly for the lead. Three main drivers contended for the lead all night: James Rotruck, Wes Fehrenbacher, and Josh Smith. Each driver led their share of laps but towards the end Josh Smith managed to work his car to the lead and stay there as he held off a charge from James Rotruck and Wes Fehrenbacher. He would capture the A feature win and earn bragging rights until next months modified race!

Moore Leads All Laps To Open 2016 With A Victory
(January 14, 2016) The first late model race of the year brought out some of the best in the business to try their hand at taming the Las Vegas Motor Speedway dirt track! Twenty seven drivers in all were on hand and were randomly drawn into three heat races where passing points would be crucial. In heat #1 Josh Smith would charge from seventh place to take the win. Heat #2 was won by Brad Moore as he came from 6th and diced his way into the lead and ultimately the win. Heat #3 saw Alex Ostenson jump out to the early lead and lead all but the final two laps as Cole Falloway overtook him and went on for the win.

After two B Mains were won by Matt Kay and Wes Fehrenbacher and one dash won by Brad Moore, the 16 car A main field was set to do battle. Jumping out to the early lead was Brad Moore from his pole starting position and this would be the constant of the night. Behind him the battle for 2nd through 5th was where the action was for all 40 laps. Drivers such as Josh Smith, Cole Falloway, Ben Nading, and Blake Drohman all fought for that coveted 2nd place spot and a chance at Brad Moore. In the closing laps Cole Falloway and Ben Nading would falter as Josh Smith and Blake Drohman took advantage and had a heck of a battle as they tried to run down Brad Moore on the high side. A late race caution provided one last restart for these two drivers to make a pass but neither was successful. Brad Moore would lead every lap of the feature and go on for the win!


Smith Wins Winged Tulsa Shootout; Spence Repeats In Non-Winged Shootout
(January 7, 2016) Wing: Some great cars were on hand for the final night of the SPR 600 winged micro sprints. We would run a qualifying feature for the new guys that had not run prelim nights and a dash for the guys that had locked themselves into the show. The qualifying feature would be won by Jameson Colbridge. We then would run the dash and Josh Smith would clench the win there. It was then time for the show as we lined everyone up and what a great race it turned out to be. Andy Jackson and Josh Smith would duke it out all race for the lead with Jackson leading most laps. Smith would get his chance with a few laps to go and overtake Jackson. He would have enough to hold on and become the 2016 Tulsa Shootout winged champion!

Non Wing: Many of the same drivers made the switch over to drive the non wing and once again they put on a great performance. The format was the same as the wing with a qualifying feature and dash. The qualifying feature was won by Josh Conover and the dash by Kyle Spence. Spence would then be your pole sitter for the final show of the night. He would lead the whole race with contests coming Josh Smith and Andy Jackson. Each of these drivers would falter throughout the race but make their way back to the front and challenge the lead once again. Smith would overtake Jackson for second and set his eyes on Spence. Smith would go up one lane on Spence going into the final corner right on his bumper but it wouldnt be enough as Kyle Spence would repeat as your Non Wing champion from last year!


Pecore Leads All Laps To Victory In Karts At Tulsa
(January 4, 2016) Our first night with the DM 1.0 Karts went very well as we had 14 guys show up to put on a show. We used the same format we have been running for the Tulsa Shootout since we ran at the Tulsa Expo Center. Each driver qualified for a pill draw number then ran two different heat races where accumulated passing points set the field. After the heats were done the top point getter of the night was Shane Pecore and he would be your pole sitter for the feature. We would run 30 laps and as typical kart racing would go, everyone would go single file along the bottom of the track and wait for a bobble. Justin Clark and USRA_Dane would try to keep pace with Pecore but he was just too smooth. Pecore would lead every lap and go on for the win!

 

     
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