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July 28, 2020

Tyler Bruening Scores $5,300 I-80 Speedway Victory
Repeats in Prelude to the Silver Dollar Nationals

DECORAH, Iowa (07/28/20) – Tyler Bruening repeated his Prelude to the Silver Dollar Nationals victory at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Neb. on Wednesday.

Bruening led all but two laps of the night’s main event in his Skyline Motorsports No. 16 Bennett Explosives/ Bruening Rock Products/ Capital Race Cars for a $5,300 payday.

"Even though I’d like to of had better finish in the Lucas Oil features, it was still a great weekend for our team,” Bruening said. “Our Capital Race Car was perfect on Thursday night; I think we’ve got a really good setup to go off of moving forward. I want to thank my dad, Zeb, and everyone who supports our program.”

Drawing 44 Malvern Bank Super Late Model Series entries, Tyler laid down the fourth fastest time overall in qualifying before picking up an 8-lap heat race victory from the sixth-starting spot.

Rolling off second for the feature alongside Ben Schaller, Bruening took control of the lead on the third lap after Schaller suffered mechanical issues. Leading the remaining distance, Tyler rolled to his second win of the season 0.889 seconds over Tad Pospisil, Justin Kay, Cory Dumpert, and Andy Eckrich.

On Thursday afternoon, Bruening kicked off the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) action with the Dirt Track Bank Go 50. One of 46 entries, Tyler posted a third-place finish in his heat, which positioned him 11th on the starting grid for the $12,000-to-win A-Main. Tyler slipped back to a 23rd place outing in the 50-lap affair.

The following night for a pair of heat races, Tyler came in sixth in his first round before placing fifth in his second heat. Sitting in 29th overall in passing points, Bruening transferred into the B-Main on Saturday night for another shot at the $53,000-to-win Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals.

Jumping up two spots to grab the fourth and final transfer position, Bruening locked into the 25th-starting position for the finale. Passing nine cars in the 101-lap affair, Tyler Bruening recorded a 16th place finish.

The team will enjoy a two-week break before returning to action with four nights of racing with the LOLMDS at Florence Speedway (Union, Ky.) on August 12-15. Action opens with the $12,000-to-win Ralph Latham Memorial on Wednesday, August 12, while the $10,000-to-win, North/South Shootout will be held on Thursday. The weekend reaches a fever pitch on August 14-15 as the $50,000-to-win, 38th Annual Sunoco Race Fuels North/South 100 comes to life.

Tyler Bruening would like to thank all of his sponsors including Skyline Motorsports, Bennett Explosives, Bruening Rock Products, Capital Race Cars, Super K Express, Truck Country, Olson Explosives, Clements Racing Engines, VP Racing Fuels, Freeman Plumbing, Hoosier Tire South, Gorsuch Performance Solutions, Carolina Concrete Finishers, QA1, Quarter Master, Hovden Oil, Bert Transmission, Five Star Stock Car Bodies, Bulldog Rear Ends, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Simpson Race Products, Penske Shocks, Beyea Custom Headers, Sweet Manufacturing, Peterson Fluid Systems, Modern Images, Stop Tech Brakes, Allstar Performance, Advanced Transportation, Lucas Oil Products,, and Marketing Services.

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July 29, 2020

Jesse Lowe Stays Red-Hot with Four Wins in Three Days
Claims Victories at Crossville, 411, and Mountain View

CROSSVILLE, Tenn. (07/29/20) – Continuing his recent hot streak, Jesse Lowe recorded four wins over three days, in two different divisions, over the weekend.

The Tennessee ace parked his Martins Wrecker Services No. 5j Bennett Heating and Cooling/ Workout Anytime/ CVR Race Cars/ Phantom Race Engines Late Model in Victory Lane at Crossville (Tenn.) Speedway, 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tenn.), and Mountain View Raceway (Spring City, Tenn.).

Lowe also had the opportunity to pilot the Kaylor and Scottie Hogan-owned No. 15H Taylor Sheet Metal/ Snap-on/ Andy Dill Trucking Sportsman entry to victory at Mountain View Raceway.

“This week/ weekend was a big one for our team and I can’t say enough about everyone involved. Just know you are appreciated!” Lowe said. “The Lord has blessed me with the opportunity to race and that’s what we will keep doing. We will race when we can. We will race the best we can. We will race where we can make money to come back the next week and do it again.”

Jesse Lowe invaded Crossville Speedway on Thursday afternoon to take part in the Crate Late Model portion of the Schaeffer’s Southern Nationals program. Lowe topped the charts in qualifying which positioned him on the pole for the feature. Blasting to a commanding lead, Jesse crossed the finish line 4.671 seconds ahead of William Blankenship, Colton Proffitt, Anthony Conley, and Arville Pittman for the win.

On Friday evening at 411 Motor Speedway, Lowe followed up the second fastest lap in time trials with a flag-to-flag victory in the 25-lap feature to secure his second win in as many nights. Finishing ahead of Rusty Ballenger, Jason Cardwell, Brandon Miller, and Josh Henry, Jesse pocketed $1,200.

For the weekend finale on Saturday at Mountain View Raceway, Jesse entered the event competing in both the 604 Late Model and Sportsman divisions. After topping the field in time trials, Lowe bested William Blankenship, Barry Goodman, Zach Shannon, and Josh Collins in the main event.

In the No. 15H Sportsman entry, Lowe laid down the fastest lap in qualifying before running away with the 20-lap feature win ahead of Michael Smith, Jeremy Shannon, Brandon Young, and Rick Standridge. The victory marked his ninth of the season.

“Huge thank you to Kaylor Hogan and Scottie Hogan for even considering letting me drive for them,” said Lowe. “I appreciate the opportunity and I had a blast! If you haven’t been to Mountain View to race. I’ll have to say they have the best weekly purse I’ve seen in a long time! Thanks to all my amazing sponsors and wonderful crew for killing it this weekend!”

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This Saturday, August 1 Jesse Lowe will return to 411 Motor Speedway to battle for a $1,000 top prize in the 604 Late Model division.

Jesse Lowe would like to thank all of his marketing partners, which include Xtreme Pressure Washing, Dylan Scott Music, Gondola Pizza and Steakhouse, Phantom Racing Engines, Bennett Heating and Cooling, Workout Anytime (Crossville and Cookeville, Tennessee), Martin’s Wrecker Service, Hidden View Lake, Duplissey Racing, Brucebilt Performance, Baisley’s Body Shop, Selk Floor Cleaning, Danny Jones, CVR Race Cars, Martel Sign Company, Hyperco, Autozone, 865 Hydro Graphics, Hoosier Tire South, Velocita, ProFab Headers, Fast Shafts, Butlerbuilt, and Marketing Services.

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July 29, 2020

Nick Deal Rules Bragging Rights Field at I-80 Speedway

WALNUT, Iowa (07/29/20) – Nick Deal put the Karl and Tracie Getzschman-owned No. 18 All Makes Collision/ Visible Signs/ Rocket Chassis Late Model in Victory Lane for the sixth time this season on Thursday.

Making the trip to I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Neb. for the Silver Dollar Nationals weekend, Deal was victorious in Thursday night’s Bragging Rights Late Model division. 

“We didn’t have the results we’d hoped for in our No. 55D this weekend,” Deal said. “Getting another win for Karl and Tracie definitely makes it better. Their team works really hard and we’ve got a good rhythm going. I can’t wait to see what the future holds.”

Kicking off the weekend on Wednesday in his No. 55D Black Diamond Chassis Late Model, Nick Deal went into battle against a stout field of 44 Malvern Bank Super Late Model Series entries.

Coming one spot shy of transfer position in his heat with a fifth-place finish, Deal rolled off fifth in his B-Main for one more shot at making the $5,300-to-win, Prelude to the Silver Dollar Nationals. Needing to place third or better, Nick logged a fifth-place outing, bringing an early end to his night.

The following night in the Karl and Tracie Getzschman-owned No. 18 entry, competing in the Bragging Rights Late Model division, Nick passed five cars in his heat race to place third.

Rolling off sixth for the Malvern Bank Go 20 main event, Deal held off a charging Andy Eckrich to capture his sixth win of the season and a $1,000 payday. Eckrich, Cory Dumpert, Justin Kay, and Ben Sukup trailed him to the checkers in the 20-lap affair.

Returning to the seat of his No. 55D Black Diamond Chassis Late Model on Friday evening, Deal took part in two rounds of heat races with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS). Nick followed up a fourth-place finish in his first heat with a ninth-place outing in the second round.

Sitting in 35th overall in passing points, Deal transferred into the B-Main on Saturday night for one last shot at the $53,000-to-win Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals. Slated to start ninth in his B-Main with the only Top-4 transferring into the finale, Deal was a scratch from 15-lap consolation event to save equipment.

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This Saturday, August 1, Nick will return to Shelby County Speedway in Harlan, Iowa for a weekly racing event. To learn more, please visit

Nick Deal would like to thank all of his marketing partners, which include Nebraska-Iowa Supply Company Inc., Allstar Tire Repair & Sales, Monster Graphix, Kendall Motor Oil, Sunoco, Steve’s Yard Care, Jimmy’s Egg, Little Caesars, Chadwick Towing, GH Race Cars, JRi Shocks, Shepherd Engine Development Inc, McClellan Electric, BCM Collections Handmade Jewelry, Black Diamond Race Cars and MSR Mafia Marketing & PR Services.

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