Four Races in Four Days for Lucas Late Models
Story By: Jeremy Shields/LOLMDS
Photos By: Heath Lawson/LOLMDS
BATAVIA, OHIO (April 10, 2019) – A busy weekend awaits the stars of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series with four stops in four days at four tracks in three states. More than $180,000 is up for grabs during the 96-hour stint.
Atomic Speedway will kick off the four-day spectacular on Thursday, April 11th. The $12,000-to-win, Buckeye Spring 50 will include a complete program for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Additionally, the Sport Modifieds will compete for a $500 top prize. For more information, visit:www.atomicspeedway.net.
Sharon Speedway – one of the oldest, continuously running tracks in the country – will kick off their 90th anniversary season on Friday, April 12th. The Steel Valley 50 has become one of the most anticipated events of the season at the 3/8-mile oval. In addition to the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series action, the RUSH Sportsman Modifieds will compete for $600-to-win. To purchase advance tickets or find more information, visit: www.sharonspeedway.com or call (330) 772-5481.
The action will move to Hagerstown Speedway on Saturday, April 13th for the 38th Annual Stanley Schetrompf Classic. A full program is on tap for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, accompanied by the Pure Stock division. For tickets and more information, visit: www.hagerstownspeedway.comor call (301) 582-0640.
A stop at Port Royal Speedway will conclude the action-packed weekend on Sunday, April 14th. The historic half-mile oval, better known as the “Speed Palace,” will feature a full program for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, highlighted by a 50-lap, $10,000-to-win main event. The Mason Dixon Limited Late Models will compete for $1,500-to-win. For more information, visit:www.portroyalspeedway.com. Lucas Oil Championship Standings:
|POS||CAR #||DRIVER NAME||HOMETOWN||POINTS||TRAIL BY|
|1||49||Jonathan Davenport||Blairsville, GA||1640|
|2||1T||Tyler Erb ®||New Waverly, TX||1495||-145|
|3||1||Earl Pearson Jr.||Jacksonville, FL||1470||-170|
|4||1M||Devin Moran ®||Dresden, OH||1360||-280|
|5||14||Josh Richards||Shinnston, WV||1340||-300|
|6||39||Tim McCreadie||Watertown, NY||1235||-405|
|7||5||Don O’Neal||Martinsville, IN||1230||-410|
|8||71||Hudson O’Neal||Martinsville, IN||1170||-470|
|9||20||Jimmy Owens||Newport, TN||1150||-490|
|10||40B||Kyle Bronson||Brandon, FL||1125||-515|
|11||21||Billy Moyer Jr.||Batesville, AR||1080||-560|
|12||12J||Jason Jameson ®||Lawrenceburg, IN||1075||-565|
|13||1Gk||Ryan King||Seymour, TN||1035||-605|
|14||50||Shanon Buckingham||Morristown, TN||1000||-640|
|15||2s||Stormy Scott||Las Cruses, NM||915||-725|
|16||0||Scott Bloomquist||Mooresburg, TN||810||-830|