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September 23, 2020

Cade Dillard Sweeps MSCCS Weekend at Revolution Park
World of Outlaws at Thunder Mountain Next

ROBELINE, La. (09/23/20) – Cade Dillard capitalized on an opportunity to pilot his S&S Fishing & Rental Inc. No. 97 MB Customs/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model near home over the weekend.

Taking advantage of a weekend off the World of Outlaws Late Model Series circuit, Dillard swept the Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) events at Revolution Park in Monroe, La.

On Friday, Cade Dillard kicked off the “Hooked Up” weekend at Revolution Park, where he competed in both the Super Late Model and Crate Late Model ranks.

Drawing 33 MSCCS entries, Dillard laid down the second fastest time in his qualifying group behind Jon Mitchell, which positioned him third on the starting grid for the opening night feature.

Blasting into the lead on the opening lap, Cade led all 30 circuits en route to his first career MSCCS victory over Mitchell, Spencer Hughes, B.J. Robinson, and Brian Rickman. He earned $3,000 for his efforts.

“There’s nothing better than getting a win around my family and friends,” Dillard said. “It’s pretty cool, you know, I used to race here on asphalt. Actually, I was riding around there and I was thinking I feel like I’m on asphalt again. A little bit of that experience may have helped some. The car was awesome. I hate to take too much credit. The thing just drove itself around there. I was fortunate enough to get a good start and be able to get around Jon (Mitchell) there. They told me I had a little bit of a lead and I didn’t have to run it hard at all.”

With the Crate Late Models competing in preliminary events on Friday and the feature set for Saturday night, Cade timed in second fastest in his group behind Chase Delrio before streaking to a 10-lap heat race victory.

The following night for the “Hooked Up 50”, Dillard topped the speed charts in MSCCS qualifying before cruising to a 10-lap heat race victory.

Whizzing past polesitter B.J. Robinson on the third lap of the feature, Cade led the remaining 48 circuits to secure his second win in as many nights over Robinson, Dane Dacus, Manny Falcon, and Chad Thrash. His fifth win of 2020 earned him $7,000.

“I was bottoming out a little bit. The track was a little more choppy tonight,” said Dillard. “I was off a little but I had a really good car. I knew at the beginning of the race if we stood a chance I had to get something the first two or three laps. I knew the bottom would be so dominant. We were fortunate enough we hustled around there (on the outside) for a couple of laps and was able to get the lead.”

For the $2,000-to-win Crate Late Model feature on Saturday, Cade notched a runner-up finish behind Tyler Stevens with Wayne Patton, Jason Jarrell, and Rob Litton rounding out the Top-5.

For more information on the races, please visit and .

Cade Dillard returns to the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series this weekend with a trip to Thunder Mountain Speedway in Knoxdale, Pa. The tour’s first ever visit to the 3/8-mile oval will feature back-to-back night’s Friday and Saturday, September 25-26, each paying $10,000.

To learn more about these upcoming events, please visit .

Cade Dillard Racing would like to thank their marketing partners, which include S&S Fishing & Rental, Production Jars, Joel’s Auto Sales, Nichols Stores, KRD Pumping Services, MB Customs Racecars, Champion Oil, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Strength Roofing and Siding, Razor Edge Graphics, Bryan Cook Trucks, Kuda Kutrite, Hypercoil Springs, Fast Shafts, Day Motorsports, Wilwood Brakes, Wehrs Machine, Larry’s Performance Carburetors, Abilene Race Radiators, Jody’s Oilfield Service, Awalt Hot Oil Service and Marketing Services.

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September 23, 2020

Alberson Bags $10,000 in Sycamore Harvest 50 Triumph
Lucas Oil MLRA Fall Nationals Up Next

SHREVEPORT, La. (09/23/20) – Garrett Alberson scored the biggest win of his career on Saturday night in the Ken & Beth Roberts-owned No. 59 Bader Construction/ Capri College/ Black Diamond Chassis Late Model.

The 31-year-old took the lead with three laps remaining to claim the $10,000 top prize in the “Harvest 50” at Sycamore Speedway in Maple Park, Ill.

Garrett traveled to Peoria (Ill.) Speedway Friday for the Ryan Barker Memorial. In a field of 36 cars on Friday, Alberson made contact with the wall in his qualifying session before placing third in his heat. With $3,000 on the line in the feature, Garrett posted an 11th place outing in the 40-lap affair.

Shifting to Sycamore Speedway on Saturday, Alberson followed up the sixth fastest time overall in qualifying with a runner-up finish in his heat. Alberson took the lead from Ryan Unzicker with 10 laps remaining, but Unzicker battled back to reclaim the top spot.

The duo swapped the position once again before Alberson grabbed the lead for good with three to go as they battled lapped traffic. Garrett soared to his second win of the season over Unzicker, Jason Feger, Dennis Erb Jr., and Mitch McGrath.

“I knew right away that I had a good car,” Alberson said. “The car just had good grip, good movement. I’ve been so close so many times. I’ve led $10,000-to-wins before (and) bad stuff happen, break, or give ‘em up. For some reason I just felt like tonight was the night we just got something good done. The car was awesome.”

Full results from these events are available at , and .

The team now shifts their focus to the 7th Annual Fall Nationals at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo., October 9-10. The Lucas Oil Midwest Late Model Racing Association (MLRA) event will see a $3,000 winner’s check on Friday and a $5,000 top prize on Saturday.

Garrett is sixth in the current MLRA point standings. For more information about these events, please visit .

Garrett Alberson and Roberts Motorsports would like to thank their marketing partners, which include A&E Freight Service, Nutrien Ag Solutions, Dish Premier & Google Nest Powered by Done Right TV & Security Solutions, Advance Racing Suspensions, Swift Springs, Capri College, Fast Shafts, VP Racing Fuels, PEM Racing Gears, Roemer Machine & Welding, Dirty Slot Cars, Performance Bodies, Stuckey Enterprises, Sling Studios, Proxair, Penske Racing Shocks, Preston Telephone Co., Bader Construction, UAW, Roberts Custom Software, Chase Wraps, QuickCar Racing Products, Lucas Oil Products, and Marketing Services.

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September 23, 2020

Logan Roberson Soars to Natural Bridge Speedway Checkers

WAYNESBORO, Va. (09/23/20) – Logan Roberson made the short trip to Natural Bridge (Va.) Speedway Saturday and parked his Wynbridge Inc. No. 17 RBS Auto Sales/ BTS Towing Service/ Rocket Chassis Crate Late Model in Victory Lane.

“I can’t thank everyone enough for their support,” said Roberson. “This feels great. We worked hard to put this car together and was just looking to shake it down tonight. The hard work paid off. I’m looking forward to this weekend, Richmond Raceway is one of my favorite tracks.”

Laying down the fastest lap overall in time trials, Roberson locked into the fourth-starting position for the A-Main via the invert. Wheeling his way to the front, Logan cruised to his fourth win of the season over Walker Arthur, Ronnie Martin Jr., Bud Stinson, and Shawn Whetzel. He pocketed a $1,000 payday.

For more information on this event, please visit .

Logan Roberson has a doubleheader on tap this weekend that starts with a trip to Boyd’s Speedway in Ringgold, Ga. Friday, September 25. On Saturday, Logan will venture to Richmond (Ky.) Raceway to compete in the $5,000-to-win “Damn Yankees Fifty” with the Fastrak Racing Series.

To learn more about these upcoming events, please visit and .

Logan Roberson would like to thank his marketing partners, which include E-Z-GO, Bobby’s Towing Service, Gunters Honey, RBS Auto Sales, Virginia Motor Speedway Wynbridge, Inc., Clary’s Used Cars, Russ King Racing, Dirt Defender, Blue Ridge Treescapes, Pro Fabrication Headers & Exhaust, NAPA Auto Parts, QA1 Driveshafts, XS Power Batteries, Keizer Wheels, VP Racing Fuels, Swift Springs, Integra Shocks, Hooker Harness, ZMax, Sweet Manufacturing, Rocket Chassis, Butlerbuilt, Boyd Bilt, Hoosier Racing Tire, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

For the latest information on Logan Roberson, please visit as well the team’s social media channels at and .

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September 23, 2020

Drake Troutman Tops Late Model Field at Potomac
World of Outlaws Doubleheader on Deck

HYNDMAN, Pa. (09/23/20) – Drake Troutman led flag-to-flag in his Smith Transport No. 7 Shaffer Construction/ Rocket Chassis Super Late Model Friday at Potomac Speedway in Budds Creek, Md.

The $2,500 triumph marked the third Super Late Model triumph and eighth overall win this season for the 15-year-old.

“What a great night we had at Potomac,” Troutman said. “I want to especially thank LaSalle’s Engines and Chassis for the motor they just built for our super program that carried us to this win. I also want to thank all the people that are behind me and make this possible. Thank you all so much!”

Kicking off the three-day weekend in the Super Late Model ranks, Drake Troutman invaded Potomac Speedway on Friday afternoon. Troutman followed up fifth fastest time overall in qualifying with a second-place finish in his heat.

Receiving the pole position for the A-Main via the redraw, Drake led flag-to-flag to capture his eighth win of the season and a $2,500 payday. Jason Covert, Kenny Moreland, Kyle Hardy, and Dale Hollidge trailed him to the checkers in the 35-lap affair.

The following night at the Greater Cumberland (Md.) Raceway for the Ultimate Northeast Series-sanctioned “Queen City 50,” Drake edged his way into the $3,000-to-win A-Main with a third place finish in his heat race.

Rolling off ninth, Troutman was up to fifth and challenging for a podium spot when he blew a right-rear tire. Rejoining the field at the tail, Drake clawed forward to finish 12th.

On Sunday afternoon at Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex in Markleysburg, Pa. for the “King of the Knob,” Drake jumped up two spots in his heat race to place third.

With $3,000 on the line in the feature, Troutman got caught in a tangle with a lapped-car and another competitor that sent him to the tail. Wheeling his way into the Top-10 in the remaining distance, Drake salvaged an eighth-place outing.

For complete results from these events, please visit and

This weekend, Drake will tackled the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series at Thunder Mountain Speedway in Knoxdale, Pa. The tour’s first ever visit to the 3/8-mile oval will feature back-to-back night’s Friday and Saturday, September 25-26, each paying $10,000. On Sunday, Troutman will return to Roaring Knob Motorsports Complete for a weekly racing event.

To learn more about these upcoming events, please visit and

Drake Troutman Racing would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include Smith Transport, RFI Resources, Shaffer Construction, D&R Trucking, Stone Natural Resources, Thunderhill Trucking, Thomas Cumberland, MB Customs Modifieds, LaSalle Racing Engines, Shoe’s Diesel Performance, Glassmere Fuel Service, Rice Tire, Claar’s Notary, Merkel’s Wing and A Prayer, I-65 Transport LLC, R&N Tires, Rocket Chassis, Neuline, Legendary Continuation Cars, Slicker Graphics, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

For the latest information on Drake Troutman Racing, please visit the team website at well as their social media channels at and .

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September 23, 2020

Jesse Lowe Double Dips at Crossville and Mountain View
Boyd’s and Mountain View on Tap this Weekend

CROSSVILLE, Tenn. (09/23/20) – Jesse Lowe went two-for-two over the weekend, putting 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 Speedway and Mountain View Raceway.

After timing in third fastest overall in qualifying at Crossville (Tenn.) Speedway, Lowe locked into the main event. Making a late-race charge, Jesse grabbed the lead on the final lap with a slider in turns three and four and would slide across the finish line following contact with another competitor.

Picking up the win in a photo-finish, Lowe took the checkered flag ahead of Zach Sise, Cameron Weaver, Deke Waters, and William Blankenship.

“We won the race on the last lap but tore a ton up at the checkered. It’s racing and a win is a win,” Lowe commented. “It was just a racing deal. I do my best to represent my sponsors and team with the upmost respect and make them proud to support us. I’m thankful for all the help after the race.” 

On Saturday evening at Mountain View Raceway in Spring City, Tenn., Jesse secured his spot into the A-Main with the fastest overall qualifying time. Rolling to his second win in as many nights and 13th overall on the season, Lowe outran Barry Goodman, Brandon Miller, Tyler Price, and Cody Gentry in the 30-lap feature.

“I have to say thanks to Chip, Corbin, and everyone at CVR Race Cars,” said Lowe. “it was a lot of work and they did an excellent job putting this thing back together. I’m blessed and can’t describe how good this one feels. No drama. Nothing tore up. Just a long day ending with a checkered flag.”
For more results from these events, please visit and .

This Friday, September 25 Jesse plans to enter his 604 Late Model in an $1,100-to-win event at Boyd’s Speedway in Ringgold, Ga. On Saturday, September 26 he’ll return to Mountain View Raceway to battle for a $3,000 payday in the Topless Outlaws Dirt Late Model Series.

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, Blue Water Outdoors, 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.

Keep your browsers pointed to as well the team’s social media channels at and for the latest team information.

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September 23, 2020

Matt Cosner Scores First-Career Ultimate NE Win
$5,000-To-Win at Clinton County Next

RIDGELEY, W.Va. (09/23/20) – Matt Cosner went to Victory Lane for the first time in 2020 Saturday night in his Nelson Auto Sales No. 66c R.H. Lapp Mechanical Contractors/ Rocket Chassis/ Hershey’s Racing Engine Super Late Model.

Cosner’s maiden voyage to the winner’s circle this season came at Pennsylvania’s Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex. He led flag-to-flag to earn $3,000 for his first-career Ultimate Northeast Super Late Model Series victory.

"The car was really good. I drove like crap the last 10 laps and knew my gap was getting smaller," Cosner said. "I saw Mason's nose there with two (laps) to go, but luckily, that lapped car, I was able to slide (past) him which left me some room."

Taking part in the Ultimate Northeast Super Late Model Series doubleheader weekend, Matt Cosner traveled to Greater Cumberland (Md.) Raceway on Saturday evening for the “Queen City 50.”

Matt secured his spot into the $3,000-to-win A-Main with a runner-up finish in his heat behind Dave Troutman. Rolling off fourth, Cosner clawed forward one spot in the 30-lapper to place third behind Ryan Montgomery and Mason Zeigler. Bryan Bernheisel and Mike Lupfer completed the Top-5 finishers.

On Sunday afternoon, Cosner headed to Roaring Knob Motorsports Complex in Markleysburg, Pa. for the “King of the Knob.” Matt scored a second-place finish in his heat behind Jared Miley, which positioned him on the pole for the feature.

After setting a comfortable pace for the first 25 laps, Cosner survived a late-race slider from Mason Zeigler to secure his first win of the season over Zeiger, Jared Miley, Mike Pegher Jr., and Colten Burdette.

For full results from these events, please visit .

Next on the docket at for Matt Cosner is an unsanctioned $5,000-to-win program at Clinton County Speedway in Mill Hall, Pa. on Saturday, October 3. From there, he’ll return to the Greater Cumberland Raceway on Saturday, October 10 for a Zimmer’s United Late Model Series event that boasts a $3,000 top prize.

To learn more about these upcoming events, please visit and .

Matt Cosner would like to thank all of his marketing partners, which included Nelson Auto Sales, Global Truck Outfitters Line-X, R.H. Lapp Mechanical Contractors, Mighty Auto Parts, Royal Purple Synthetic Oil, Phase 2 Wrap Materials, Rocket Chassis, Kenny Pettyjohn Racing, Integra Racing Shocks, TC Race Cars, Daugherty Motorsports, Orange Fatkat Media, Hershey’s Racing Engines and MSR Mafia Marketing & PR Services.

For the latest information on Matt Cosner, keep your browser pointed to the team website at as well as their social media on Facebook and Twitter @MCR66c and Instagram @MattCosnerRacing.

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Hagar Produces Pair of Top Fives and Nearly Wins Hockett/McMillin Memorial

Inside Line Promotions - WHEATLAND, Mo. (Sept. 23, 2020) - Derek Hagar overcame a tough start to the 10th annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial and he nearly ended the weekend by claiming the $10,000 top prize before running out of fuel in the closing laps on Saturday.

Hagar hustled from seventh to fourth place in a heat race on Thursday at Lucas Oil Speedway, which hosted the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour event. However, he was involved in an early crash during a qualifier that resulted in a DNF, burying the team in points.

"We started out with a high pill draw, but we got three cars in our heat race," he said. "Then on the first lap of the qualifier I didn't get a good start and let a couple of cars get by me. I got one or two back going into turn three. Jonathan Cornell slid one of them and I was in the wrong place at the wrong time. I got hit in the process and we ended up getting upside down. It was just a racing deal, but that put us behind in points."

Hagar rallied from 12th to second place in a B Main and he charged from sixth to win the Last Chance Showdown. Passing cars continued in the main event as Hagar maneuvered from 17th to seventh. He earned the Hard Charger Award for gaining the most positions in the A Main.

"We got up through there pretty quick before the rubber got heavy," he said. "We got up to sixth and I was trying to get underneath a driver for fifth when we made contact. I about spun out and Cornell got by us.

"I was pleased. The crash early set us up to work our butt off all night long. It was a lot of track time. We've always seemed to find our way to the front there and know how to pass cars in the feature. We had a big hole to dig ourselves out of and we were able to succeed in that."

Hagar kicked off Friday's race by placing third in a heat race and second in a qualifier. That locked him into the 14th starting position for the main event.

"We got up to fourth and were actually faster than Sam (Hafertepe Jr.), but ran out of laps to get third," he said. "I was diamonding the corner off and running where everybody else wasn't running. I wish I went to the top in turns three and four for one lap to stay with Sam. I think that would have set me up to catch him sooner. Other than that, we were able to maneuver all weekend. We could pass cars where most people were married to the bottom or the top. I could do whatever I wanted to do to pass cars."

The fourth-place run placed Hagar fifth in event points out of the 77 drivers. That locked him into the fifth starting position in Saturday's 40-lap main event.

"It went better than what I thought it was going to," he said. "I knew I was going to be tight early. They reworked the track and it had moisture on the top and bottom. I was looking at maybe losing a couple of spots early, but from the drop of the green the car worked well. I got up to fourth right away and then got by (Dylan) Westbrook for third. We had a caution and I got by Sam on a restart and got to second. About halfway through I felt I was a little better than Mark (Smith). On a later restart I felt like I could really stay with him. With about 12 or 13 laps to go I was able to slide him and take the lead. I went straight to the top after that. We had a fast car."

Hagar took the lead on Lap 28 and he led for 10 laps before fuel woes cost him the win.

"We started running out of fuel," he said. "I had to start backing my entry up to conserve fuel. I went into turn three and the car sputtered. It made the car tight in the center. I pushed up over the cushion. I was having to slow way up getting in. Sam got by me with three laps to go. It sucks. Two gallons of fuel was a $5,000 difference."

Hagar salvaged a runner-up result, which marked his 10th top five of the season.

"Not very many teams can come out from that deep of a hole to being able to lock in for Saturday's main event," he said. "That says a lot about our team. They never gave up and I never gave up. Every time we hit the track we were going forward."

Hagar was awarded a $1,300 bonus for being the overall Hard Charger during the event, passing the most cars in all races throughout the three nights combined.

Next up will be the Fall Nationals this Saturday at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Ark.


Sept. 17 - Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo. - Heat race: 4 (7); Qualifier: DNF (3); B Main: 2 (12); Last Chance Qualifier: 1 (6); Feature: 7 (17).

Sept. 18 - Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo. - Heat race: 3 (3); Qualifier: 2 (3); Feature: 4 (14).

Sept. 19 - Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo. - Feature: 2 (5).


17 races, 6 wins, 10 top fives, 14 top 10s, 14 top 15s, 17 top 20s


Saturday at Riverside International Speedway in West Memphis, Ark., for the Fall Nationals




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Hafertepe Makes It Eight Wins In 2020 With Hockett/McMillin Triumph

Bryan Hulbert - WHEATLAND, Mo. (September 23, 2020) Landing his third career Hockett/McMillin Memorial triumph this past weekend with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. brought his overall win total to eight on the season.

Locking into the 40-lap, $10,000 to win event through his Thursday and Friday performances, Hafertepe ran inside the top three the entirety of the race. Challenging Mark Smith on Lap 14, just as a red flag was called for, Hafertepe did not get another look at the lead until the final three laps.

"I honestly didn't feel like there was anything we could do to win the race," stated Hafertepe.

"They [Mark Smith and Derek Hagar] were both quite a bit better than us early on, and the only reason I got by them at all the beginning was when they missed their line, and even late, the middle wasn't working at all for me, so I had to be on the top. About the only way I figured we were going to beat them at that point was if they started racing each other, and when they didn't, we just kept on the cushion."

Under caution with eight laps to go, the restart saw Sam raced around Smith for second on Lap 36. Making up time on Hagar over the next two laps, the No. 9jr slipped over the cushion as Hafertepe setup the slide on Lap 38.

From there, Sam was able to pull to a 1.001-second advantage.

On the final restart, Sam explained, "It looked like they both pulled off the top a little bit in one a two mainly. I never did, and we started really gaining on them. It was just a couple laps, and we got to Mark, then we were right on Hagar, sliding him. I just know we were buried in the curb, and the run was long enough that I was able to get in a good rhythm where it worked out."

Looking at Sam's next outing, the team will be off this weekend in preparation for the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires. The $10,041 to win affair takes place at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark. on Friday, October 2, and Saturday, October 3.

For continued updates on Sam Hafertepe, Jr., log onto and make sure to find him on Twitter (@samhafertepejr). For news on Hill's Racing Team, log onto and on Twitter (@HillsRacingTeam).

2020 Season to Date:

Events: 54; Wins -8; Top 5 - 15; Top 10 - 26; Top 20 - 33;

Coming Up:

October 2-3 - I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Ark.) w/Lucas Oil ASCS National

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