Jensen Ford to Make McCarter Brothers Racing Debut at Eldora
Four-Days of Racing Await at Legendary Ohio Oval

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (09/05/22) – After a run of bad luck Jensen Ford will be letting his Whitehead Construction Inc. No. 83 Stanco Equipment/ Estes Brothers Construction Inc. / TNT Race Cars / Vic Hill Racing Engine Super Late Model get some much-needed rest this weekend.

The Tennessee racer will be making his debut with McCarter Brother Racing this week – September 7-10 – at Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) during the 52nd annual World 100.

The opportunity for Ford comes at the perfect time.

“If it could go wrong this year, it pretty much has so far,” Ford shared. “We’ve had a lot of bad luck, and we just need some time to get our equipment refreshed and ready to hit the ground running again. It was going to be almost impossible for us to be ready for Eldora (Speedway), but we were going to give it our best shot. Then, Pierce, Mack, and Mitch McCarter stepped up out of nowhere and offered me the opportunity to drive their car. I’m beyond grateful for the opportunity, and hopefully I can do them proud at the World 100.”

Ford will still be in a No. 83 this week at Eldora, but for the first time his familiar number will be displayed on the side of the Jim Beeman Lumber / McCarter Brothers Racing / Tennessee Homemade Wines/ Parkway Liquor Store / MasterSbilt Race Car / Jay Dickens Racing Engine Super Late Model.

“I made the spur of the moment decision to finally retire a few months ago, and when I did a lot of new responsibilities were passed on to my sons, Pierce and Mack. Those two are wide open with the family businesses, and right now they just don’t have the time to focus on racing. I’m very proud of both of them for where they are placing their priorities right now as they adapt to the transition, and as a family we made the decision to put somebody else in the car, while everyone gets settled into their new roles,” said McCarter Brothers Racing owner, Mitch McCarter. “Jensen (Ford) and his family are great people, and he’s a heckuva driver, so we thought he’d be the perfect person to wheel our team’s car at Eldora.

“I want to say a big thank you to Tader and Jerilyn Masters as well as Jim Beeman for their continued support of our race team. We couldn’t do what we do without them, and we know that Jensen will represent them well behind the wheel of the McCarter Brothers Racing racecar.”

The mega week at Tony Stewart’s Eldora Speedway begins on Wednesday evening with the Chasing the Dream program, where all drivers who have never won a feature at the famed oval will be lined up for $5,000-to-win features via hot lap / qualifying sessions.

On Thursday and Friday the 52nd annual World 100 kicks into high gear with twin $12,000-to-win features each night leading into Saturday night’s granddaddy of them all, which posts a $55,000 winner’s check.

Jensen will have his souvenir trailer on vendor row all week, so please swing by and checked out the latest team merchandise. If you can’t be there you can also pick it up online at .

For anyone unable to attend all of the week’s action will be streamed live at . For more information on the event, please visit .

Jensen Ford would like to thank all of his sponsors including Mike and Preston Whitehead, Whitehead Construction Inc., Jim Beeman Lumber, McCarter Brothers Racing, Tennessee Homemade Wines, Parkway Liquor Store, Estes Brothers Construction, Stanco Equipment, Cook’s Property Group, TNT Race Cars, Hardison Suspension Technologies, Penske Racing Shocks, Vic Hill Race Engines, MarTel Sign Company, Earnhardt Technologies Group, Wilwood Racing Products, FK Rod Ends, Go Lithium, Performance Bodies, Winters Performance, Hoosier Racing Tire, WPR Fabrication, Cole Perkins Media, QuickCar Racing Products, and Marketing Services.

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Tony Jackson Jr. Doubles Down in Holiday Weekend Victory Lane
Bests Action at Lucas Oil Speedway and Randolph County Raceway 

LEBANON, Mo. (09/06/22) Tony Jackson Jr. continued his recent hot streak with two more Lucas Oil Midwest Late Model Racing Association (MLRA) victories over the course of the Labor Day weekend.

He collected over $18,000 for his winning performances in his Lebanon Ready Mix No. 56 Willard Quarries / Gorsuch Performance Solutions / Capital Race Car / Cornett Racing Engine Super Late Model as his season win total grew to four.

“Man, what a weekend for our team. We got two wins, but honestly had a good chance for three if not for the mechanical issue before the feature at Lakeside (Speedway) on Friday. This new Capital Race Car is just awesome. Thanks to Marshall (Green) and everyone at Capital Race Cars for their great support, and thanks to everybody who supports our program,” Jackson Jr. said. “This week I’m looking forward to turning wrenches for Darrell (Lanigan) at Eldora. He’s been really good at that place throughout his career, and I think these Capital Race Cars will suit his driving style well.”

Kicking off the Labor Day weekend with the Lucas Oil Midwest LateModel Racing Association (MLRA) Tony Jackson Jr. brought his Willard Quarries No. 56 Late Model to Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, Kan.) on Friday evening for the Clyde Ellis Memorial.

With 21 Late Models entered for the opener of the tripleheader weekend, Jackson Jr. followed up the fastest lap in time trials with an eight-lap heat race victory. His team discovered mechanical issues before the start of the feature that sidelined him for the 30-lapper.

For the Ron Jenkins Memorial on Friday at Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Mo.), Tony laid down the fastest lap in qualifying to pocket the $750 fast time award before placing first in his heat.

Nosing ahead of Kolby Vandenbergh for the lead on the 12th circuit of the feature, Jackson Jr. paced the field the remainder of the 40-lapper to capture his third win of the season and a $7,000 prize. He finished 1.535 seconds ahead of Mason Oberkramer with Logan Martin, Chad Simpson, and Payton Looney rounding out the Top-5.

On Sunday at Randolph County Raceway (Moberly, Mo.), Jackson Jr. earned $1,000 for topping the speed charts in time trials but slipped up in his heat to finish third.

Charging from the fifth row in the feature, Tony wrestled away the lead from Billy Moyer Jr. with three laps remaining and went on to pick up his second win of the weekend and 15th-career Lucas Oil MLRA triumph. The $10,000 payday elevated his weekend earnings over $18,750 after bagging three fast time honors.
Full results from the weekend are available at .

Tony will not be racing this week, but rather will be turning wrenches for Darrell Lanigan, who will be piloting one of the Tony Jackson Jr. Racing Capital Race Cars at the 52nd annual World 100.

Lanigan had planned to debut the car in Sunday night’s Baltes Classic, but Mother Nature washed that event away.

This week action roars to life on Thursday and Friday with twin $12,000-to-win programs followed by the $55,000-to-win finale on Saturday night.

For anyone unable to attend, every lap of every event will be broadcast live at and full event details can be found at .

Tony Jackson Jr. would to like to thank all of his marketing partners, which include Willard Quarries, Lebanon Ready Mix, Merrill Bonding Company, Midwest Sheet Metal, Allstar Performance, Hooker Harness, Sunoco Race Fuels, Swift Springs, Razor Edge Graphics, Hoosier Tire Midwest, Winning Edge Carburetion, Eibach Springs, Performance Bodies, StopTech High Performance Brake Systems, Penske, WR1 Sim Chassis, SRI Performance, Gorsuch Performance Solutions, Capital Race Cars, Jerico Performance Parts, Champion Lubricants Oils, Daly Construction, Shepherd Engine Development, Simpson Race Products, Darrell Lanigan Racing, and Marketing Services.

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Matt Cosner Claims Career Payday in Bedford’s Labor Day 55
West Virginia Racer Collects $12,055 for Winning Performance

RIDGELEY, W.Va. (09/06/22) – Matt Cosner took a chance with two laps remaining in Friday night’s Labor Day 55 at Bedford Speedway, and it paid off to the tune of $12,055, which marked the biggest win of his career.

The victory marked the third of the 2022 campaign in his Global Truck Outfitters No. 66c Nelson Auto Sales/ R.H. Lapp Mechanical Contractors/ Rocket Chassis/ Cornett Racing Engine Super Late Model.

"I wasn't gonna back out of it there for nothing," Cosner said in regards to his late-race heroics on Friday night at Bedford Speedway. "I was going for it. The wins are hard to get. These guys are tough. I bided my time there, just kind of rolling. … It just played out our way.

“We’ve got some great folks, who support this program, and this win is for them. It made it even sweeter to have my teammate, Eddie Carrier Jr. finish fourth. Just an all-around great night for our team.”

Matt Cosner kicked off his Labor Day weekend with the Zimmer’s United Late Model Series (ULMS) on Friday evening with a visit to Bedford Speedway (Bedford, Pa.) for the Labor Day 55.

With 32 Late Models on grounds, Matt followed up the second-fastest time in his group with a heat race triumph. Earning the sixth-starting position for the A-Main, Cosner slowly worked way to the front as he closed in on Rick Eckert and Gregg Satterlee as the duo battled for the lead in later stages of the 55-lapper.

With contact from the two front-runners setting up a late-race restart, Matt powered ahead of Eckert at the start and led the final two circuits to secure his third win of the season and second career ULMS checkers.

He captured a $12,055 prize ahead of Ross Robinson, Alex Ferree, his teammate Eddie Carrier Jr. who started in 18th, and Michael Norris fifth.

On Saturday evening at Port Royal Speedway (Port Royal, Pa.) for the Butch Renninger Memorial, Cosner’s second-place finish in his heat race placed him on the fourth row for the $7,333-to-win A-Main. Retiring on lap 23, Matt was credited with a 22nd-place outing.

For full results from these events, please visit .

Matt Cosner Racing will be idle this weekend before resuming action on September 16-17 with a Zimmer’s United Late Model Series (ULMS) doubleheader at Dog Hollow Speedway (Strongstown, Pa.). The Hustle at the Hollow weekend includes the $2,000-to-win Burns Brothers Memorial on Friday night and the $10,000-to-win Tom Smith Memorial on Saturday night.

For the latest news and plans regarding 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.

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

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Morgan Bagley Scores $3,000 CCSDS Victory at The Ridge
New Team Website Live at

LONGVIEW, Tex. (09/06/22) – For the second-straight year, Morgan Bagley claimed the $3,000 top prize in the Labor Day Classic at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway aboard his P&W Sales No. 14m / Day Motorsports/ XR1 Rocket Chassis / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

With his first win of the year in the books, Bagley also climbed to second in the latest COMP Cams Super Dirt Series championship points, just 36 markers out of the lead as he goes after his first-career title with the tour.

“Needless to say I love Crowley’s Ridge (Raceway). That place has been really good to me the past few years. Even though this was our first win of the season our team has been getting more and more consistent every weekend this year, and it finally paid off with a win," Bagley commented. “I hated to see Saturday and Sunday get rained out because we need every race to make a run at this title.

“Thanks to Wayman and Kay Lynn McMillan and everyone who makes my team possible.”

On Friday evening, Morgan Bagley invaded Crowley’s Ridge Raceway (Paragould, Ark.) to enter his P&W Sales No. 14M Late Model into battle with the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) for the Labor Day Classic.

Drawing 29 Late Models for the opener to the three-race weekend, Morgan clocked in fifth-fastest in his group before advancing from third-to-first in his heat.

Leading flag-to-flag in the 30-lap feature, Bagley cruised to his first win of the season, which came ahead of Kyle Beard, Billy Moyer Jr., Hunter Rasdon, and Mason Oberkramer.

He claimed $3,000 for the sixth victory of his career with the series.

Saturday’s event at Riverside International Raceway (West Memphis, Ark.) was axed by Mother Nature while Sunday’s stop at Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Miss.) was postponed to Thursday, September 15 by late afternoon showers.

Morgan sits second in the latest CCSDS point standings.

Full results from the weekend are available at .

The team will return to action on September 15-17 with a three-race swing at Magnolia Motor Speedway. On Thursday, September 15 the $3,000-to-win COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) event postponed from September 4 will be held.

On Friday and Saturday the 2022 edition of the Cotton Pickin’ 100 will be held with a $4,000-to-win program on Friday and a $12,000-to-win event on Saturday.

For more information on the weekend, please visit .

The team also recently launched a new online at which is developed and maintained by Marketing & PR Services.

Morgan Bagley would like to thank all of his sponsors, which include P&W Sales (Oil Field Manufacturers Rep.), P&W Iron Works,, Day Motor Sports, Billy Bob’s Repair & Tire, Integra Shocks, Midwest Sheet Metal,, Razor Edge Graphics, Power House Custom Coatings, Clements Racing Engines, Hoosier Tire South, TWM Racing Products, Performance Bodies & Parts, Wrisco Aluminum, XS Power Batteries, COMP Cams, Cometic Gasket, Schaffer’s Racing Oil, Wehr’s Machine & Racing Products, Keyser Manufacturing, Fragola Performance Systems, Performance Rod & Custom, Sunoco Race Fuels, Arizona Sport Shirts, Phil’s Starter & Alternator, Weld Racing, Frankland Rear Ends, MSD, Barnes Dry Sump Oil Systems, QuickCar Racing Products, Mo Bag’$ Suspension Technology, Wiles Driveshaft, FK Rod Ends, Henry’s Auto Salvage, J&J Motorsports, Hypercoils, Outerwears Performance Prdocuts, Wilwood Disc Brakes, CPD Racing Tools, D&T Racing, Bert Transmission, Sweet Manufacturing, and Services.

For more information on Morgan Bagley and McMillan Motorsports, please visit the official team website at .

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Chase Junghans Conquers Lucas Oil MLRA Clyde Ellis Memorial
World 100 Week at Eldora Speedway on Deck; New Website Launched

Manhattan, Kansas (09/06/22) – Taking control of the lead on the third circuit, Chase Junghans piloted his Shop Quik Convenience Stores No. 18 Bozard Ford Lincoln/XR1 Rocket Chassis/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model to his first win of the 2022 season on Friday night at Lakeside Speedway.

The Lucas Oil Midwest Late Model Racing Association (MLRA) triumph in the Clyde Ellis Memorial rewarded Junghans with $5,000 as well as momentum heading into a busy week of racing.

“We were good, I just messed up in that first corner and got too tight. The track was fun, it had a lot of character to it, you had to kind of move around and stuff to pass lapped cars, but all in all it was a good night and we finally got er’ done,” Junghans noted. “We’ve got a big week in front of us as we head to Eldora (Speedway) for the World 100, and hopefully this gives us the shot in the arm we need to be fast up there.”

Chase Junghans was back behind the wheel of his Bozard Ford No. 18 Late Model on Friday evening at Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, Kan.) for the Clyde Ellis Memorial.

Drawing 21 Lucas Oil Midwest LateModel Racing Association (MLRA) entries, Junghans qualified third quick in time trials before picking up a heat race win.

Starting the feature in the second position, Chase blasted past early leader Andrew Kosiski on the third lap and dominated the remainder of the 30-lapper to capture his first win of the season and second career Lucas Oil MLRA triumph.

He bagged the $5,000 payday 3.894-seconds ahead of Kosiski with Aaron Marrant, Peyton Looney, and Spencer Diercks rounding out the Top-5.
Full results from the event are available at .

This week – September 7-10 – the team will invade Tony Stewart’s Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) for four days of racing action. Festivities open on Wednesday with the Chasing The Dream program, where any driver who has never won a feature at the famed oval will be lined up in $5,000-to-win features based upon hot lap / qualifying sessions.

On Thursday and Friday twin $12,000-to-win prelim events for the 52nd World 100 are scheduled, leading up to Saturday’s $55,000-to-win mega finale.

For anyone unable to attend, every lap of every event will be broadcast live at FloRacing and for full event details, please point your browser to .

Chase Junghans Racing also launched a brand-new website last week at which is developed and maintained by PR & Marketing Services. The site is the official home for all news and updates related to the team and also features an online store with the latest team merchandise.

Chase Junghans Racing would like to thank their principal and associate sponsors including Shop Quik Convenience Stores, Bozard Ford Lincoln, Sunoco Race Fuels, Junghans Discount Liquors, Paulson Rock Products, Schaeffer Oil, Hoosier Tire, Rocket Chassis, Clements Racing Engines, Hooker Harness, Keyser Manufacturing, Integra Shocks, Fast Shafts Driveshafts, Speedway Motors, PRC, Sweet Manufacturing, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

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Gregg Satterlee Rebounds for $7,333 Butch Renninger Memorial Victory
Four Days of Action at Eldora Speedway Up Next for “The Truth”

INDIANA, Pa. (09/06/22) – Overcoming a hard wreck on Friday night, Gregg Satterlee bounced back on Saturday evening at Port Royal Speedway to snare the $7,333 victory in the Butch Renninger Memorial.

His 10th win of the year back aboard his backup No. 22 Keyser Manufacturing / Classic Ink / XR1 Rocket Chassis / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

"It's always a pleasure coming to run this race," Satterlee said in Victory Lane on Saturday night. "The first time I ever came to Port Royal (Speedway) was for the Renninger Memorial, and we were fortunate enough to win, so it's been a special event for us every year to come to. It's at our favorite racetrack and we've just got to know a lot of good people around here. Certainly, an honor to win this race again.

“I can’t say enough about my team. Last night we got pretty banged up at Bedford (Speedway) and had to go to the backup car today. We didn’t miss a beat though, and we were fast off the trailer.”

Friday night found Gregg Satterlee in action at Bedford Speedway (Bedford, Pa.), where he was piloting his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Late Model in the Labor Day 55.

With 32 Zimmer's United Late Model Series entries on hand, Satterlee captured the fast time honors in qualifying with a 19.255-second lap before placing second in his heat.

Mounting a late-race charge on leader Rick Eckert, Gregg attempted to sneak underneath Eckert on the bottom with two laps remaining but slid sideways and slammed into the wall. He was thankfully able to escape unharmed after the chain reaction collision saw another car connect with his driver side door.
For the Butch Renninger Memorial on Saturday at Port Royal Speedway (Port Royal, Pa.), Gregg was forced to unload his backup car, but it didn’t slow his roll.

He outdueled Alex Ferree in his heat race to pick up the win.

Grabbing the lead on the drop of the green flag of the feature, Satterlee led wire-to-wire in the 33-lapper to claim his 10th win of the season and a $7,333 prize. His 18th career ULMS trimph came 1.522 seconds ahead of Michael Norris with Austin Berry, Rick Eckert, and Alex Ferree completing the Top-5 finishers.
Full results from the weekend are available at .

The team now turns their attention to four-straight days of racing at Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio). Action opens on Wednesday with the final 86 laps of the 28th annual Dirt Late Model Dream. When action resumes, Satterlee will fire off from the 10th position.

On Thursday and Friday the 52nd annual World 100 roars to life at the hallowed, half-mile oval. Twin $12,000-to-win programs are slated for each night with a $55,000 winner’s check awaiting Saturday night’s feature winner.

For anyone unable to attend the event, every lap of the four-day affair will be live at FloRacing and full race details can be found at .

Gregg Satterlee would like to thank his marketing partners including Keyser Manufacturing, Classic Ink, Integra Shocks and Springs, Rocket Chassis, All About Wraps, Hoosier Tire Mid-Atlantic, Hooker Harness, Simpson Racing Products, Diversified Machine Inc/ Bulldog Rear Ends, Keizer Wheels, Wiles Driveshafts, VP Racing Fuels, AFCO, and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

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Ryan Unzicker Tops ARCA Menards Action at DuQuoin State Fairgrounds
Victorious in Hendren Motorsports Farewell Season

EL PASO, Ill. (09/06/22) – Ryan Unzicker put an emotional exclamation point on his tenure with Hendren Motorsports on Monday afternoon. With the 2022 season marking the final campaign before team owner Bill Hendren’s retirement, Unzicker piloted the team’s No. 24 Chevrolet to the ARCA Menards victory at DuQuoin State Fairgrounds.

“It [means] a lot. We’ve been doing it for a long time,” an elated Unzicker said in his post-race interview. “I hate to say it would be my last [ARCA race], but [Hendren] has given me every confidence in the world to come out here and allow me to drive his car. Just means the world to me to be able to end on a good note for his sake as well as the whole Hendren Motorsports team.”
Behind the wheel of the Hendren Motorsports No. 24 Chevrolet on Monday for the Rust-Oleum Automotive Finishes 100, Unzicker wheeled from the 21st-starting position to pick up the victory in his final start aboard the Bill Hendren-owned entry in ARCA Menards competition.

With looming weather eliminating prelims and setting the grid for the main event via owner points, Ryan was up to third by the fourth circuit when the first yellow of the race was displayed. He went onto win by more than a four-second margin over Jesse Love in the rain-shortened 78-lap affair, claiming his fifth win of the 2022 campaign.

A few days prior on Thursday evening Ryan Unzicker got a jump on his holiday weekend of racing with a visit to Macon (Ill.) Speedway to pilot his RJR Transportation / Brucker Farms No. 24 Mosquito Hero / MB Customs / Pro Power Racing Engine Super Late Model in the 2022 edition of the Herald & Review 100.

With 23 Late Models on the grounds for the DIRTcar Summer Nationals event rescheduled from July 7, Ryan secured his spot into the $5,000-to-win A-Main with a second-place finish in his heat race.

Starting the 100-lap finale in fourth, Unzicker was running third when another car spun in front of him, leaving him nowhere to go. He limped to the infield pit area on lap 10 with a destroyed radiator.

Joining the MARS Racing Series on Friday at Farmer City (Ill.) Raceway, Unzicker’s runner-up finish in his heat race positioned him on the fourth row for the A-Main. With $10,000 on the line, Ryan gained two spots 40-lapper to finish sixth.

Meanwhile, for the $10,000-to-win FALS Super Nationals on Saturday at Fairbury (Ill.) Speedway, Ryan followed up a seventh-to-third run in his heat with a 12th-to-third showing in the 50-lap feature. He trailed Bobby Pierce and Shannon Babb across the line with Brian Shirley and Jason Feger completing the Top-5 finishers.

After Mother Nature postponed Sunday’s ARCA Menard Series event at DuQuoin State Fairgrounds Speedway (DuQuoin, Ill.) to Monday, Unzicker returned to competition on Sunday evening with the MARS Racing Series at Spoon River Speedway (Banner, Ill.) for the Plowboy Nationals. Starting the feature in third via a runner-up finish in his heat, Ryan advanced one spot to register a runner-up finish.

Full results from the weekend are available at , , and .

The next event currently on the calendar for Unzicker is a trip to Fairbury Speedway on September 13 for the third annual One for the Road presented by I-Beam Sliding Doors. The Castrol FloRacing Night in America event posts a $22,022 top prize.

For more information on the event, please visit .

Ryan Unzicker would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include RJR Transportation Co., Brucker Farms, Mosquito Hero, Fairbury Fastener & Supply, Varsitee Screenprinting, V1 Comfort Solutions Heating & Cooling, Larimer Cows & Calves, Mayer Automotive, Absolute Home Repair and Remodeling, Renegade Race Fuels and Lubricants, Gary Miller’s Classic Auto, El Paso Outdoor Center, Unzicker Equipment, Aftershock Decals, Bert By Budda, Konstruction Services Landscape Contractor, Pro Power Racing Engines, Speedwerx, MB Customs Race Cars, NAPA Auto Parts, Allstar Performance, QuickCar Racing Products, Advanced Racing Suspensions, Hoosier Tire, Willy’s Carburetor & Dyno Shop, FastShafts, The Joie of Seating, Sweet Manufacturing, Pontiac RV, Wehrs Machine & Racing Products, PEM Racing Products, Dyers’ Top Rods, Allen Automotive, Keyser Manufacturing, Quarter Master, Performance Bodies & Parts, DirtCarLift, Action Suspension, Hoosier Tire Midwest, Micro-Armor Advanced Technology Lubricants, and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

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Mallett Highlights Weekend at Lake Ozark Speedway With Top 10 During ASCS National Tour Feature

Inside Line Promotions – ELDON, Mo. (Sept. 6, 2022) – Jordon Mallett earned his third top 10 of the season with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour on Saturday during the Fall Sprint and Midget Nationals.

Mallett hustled from 17th to seventh – tied for the most positions gained – in the feature at Lake Ozark Speedway for his 15th total top 10 of the year.

“We ran well,” he said. “I wasn’t real happy with the car in hot laps. I just couldn’t get it balanced where I wanted it. The track was treacherous and had a big curb and was narrow. We got ourselves in a hole having to run the B Main.”

Mallett qualified fifth quickest in his group and he gained one spot in a heat race to place fourth, which relegated him to a B Main. Mallett won the consolation race to transfer into the main event.

“We had a really good race car and I made some progress in the B Main,” he said. “We tuned on it and for the feature it came to life. I could run wherever I needed and I felt good.”

Mallett’s charge to a seventh-place result gave the team momentum entering Sunday.

“I thought we’ll run the 410 deal, too, because that’s just extra start money and an extra race for laps,” he said.

Mallett did double duty, running his sprint car in the POWRi Outlaw 410 Sprint League portion of the program as well as during the ASCS National Tour action.

“In the 410s we qualified 17th and I felt like I was terrible,” he said. “We ran the heat race and gained a spot to finish fifth. I thought if we can roll pretty good we won’t start and park. We were about four laps in and I was trying to break into the top 10. I thought, ‘We’re okay and can do this.’

“We were pretty good. About the time I thought all was going well I broke a left front steering arm about four laps in. When it broke I had no steering. Since it broke on the left front it broke the brake caliper and brake line off. The car eased its way to the outside wall. That’s why I didn’t get to run the ASCS feature.”

Mallett was credited with a DNF in the 410 sprint car feature and he was unable to compete in the ASCS National Tour main event, in which he was slated to start eighth after qualifying third quickest in his group and earning a runner-up result in a heat race.

“It was disappointing,” he said. “I knew if our car was that good against the 410s and we were getting to start eighth in the ASCS race that we were going to be pretty good.”

Mallett plans to head to I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark., this Saturday for the Ralph Henson Memorial with the ASCS Mid-South Region.


Sept. 3 – Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Mo. – Qualifying: 5; Heat race: 4 (5); B Main: 1 (1); Feature: 7 (17).

Sept. 4 – Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Mo. (410 sprint car) – Qualifying: 17; Heat race: 5 (6); Feature: 22 (17).

Sept. 4 – Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Mo. (360 sprint car) – Qualifying: 3; Heat race: 2 (2); Feature: 24 (8).


22 races, 4 wins, 11 top fives, 15 top 10s, 18 top 15s, 20 top 20s


Saturday at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark., for the Ralph Henson Memorial with the ASCS Mid-South Region





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“It’s super exciting to have them back,” Mallett said. “With the pandemic, just like in racing, it slowed all of the live events down. We pressed pause and let everything settle back down. We’re thrilled to welcome them back as the primary partner for our team. I look forward to having a lot of success together. They’ve been a great supporter of us and we’re excited to welcome them back bigger and better than ever.”

Mallett would like to thank Awakening Events, Porter Commercial Refrigeration, Water for Christ, Red River Rack Co., D&K Farms, DHR Suspension, Racing Optics, Triple X Race Co., KSE Racing Products, FK Rod Ends, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Sinco, Inc., Autometer, Callies Racing Products, DynoTech Race Engines, Hero Graphics, Hilborn Fuel Injection, ISC Racers Tape, K&N Engineering, Lone Star Super Gas (Sunoco), HRP Wings, Schoenfeld Headers, Simpson Race Products, Smiley’s Racing Products, MetTec Titanium, MotorState Distributing, DMI and Superior Bearing and Supply for their continued support.


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