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March 25, 2019

Tony Jackson Jr. Tops CCSDS Action at Texarkana 67 Speedway
Returns to Pavement Roots at I-44 Speedway this Saturday

Lebanon, Missouri (03/25/19) – In just his second race of 2019, Tony Jackson Jr. found Victory Lane in his Merrill Self Storage #56 Willard Quarries/ Hassett Truck Body Repair/ Longhorn Race Car/ Cornett Racing Engine Super Late Model. His maiden voyage to the winner’s circle in 2019 came on Friday night at Texarkana 67 Speedway.

“It was a good weekend for us,” Jackson Jr. said. “We started with a clean sweep of the program at Texarkana on Friday night and backed it up with another Top-5 finish on Saturday night at Boothill Speedway. In three races so far, we’ve finished no worse than fourth. We’ve been really fast to start the year, and it definitely feels good to get the first win out of the way so early. I want to thank my team and my sponsors, and everyone that helps us go up and down the road.”

On Friday evening Tony Jackson Jr. visited Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, Arkansas) for the Comp Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) season opener. With 24 Super Late Models registered in for action, Jackson Jr. followed up the fastest time in qualifying with a heat race victory.

Rolling off from the pole position, Tony led all 40-circuits of the caution-plagued feature to capture his first win of the season over Billy Moyer, Jesse Stovall, Jon Mitchell, and Kyle Beard. Holding off Moyer in the closing laps, Jackson Jr. earned a $2,500 payday.

The following night at Boothill Speedway (Greenwood, Louisiana), Tony secured his spot into the $3,000-to-win finale with a heat race win. Starting in third, Jackson Jr. dropped one position to finish fourth behind Billy Moyer, B.J. Robinson, and Jesse Stovall with Gavin Landers rounding out the Top 5.

Full results from the weekend are available at .

Tony will shift gears for the upcoming weekend as he returns to his racing roots. He’ll be piloting a brand-new Hamke Race Car Toyota Late Model at the 3/8-mile, high-banked asphalt oval at Lebanon I-44 Speedway (Lebanon, Missouri).

For more information on the event, please visit .

Tony Jackson Jr. would to like to thank all of his marketing partners, which include Merrill Self Storage, Willard Quarries, Champion Oil, Merrill Bonding, Hassett Truck Body Repair, Levi Storage, Burger Fusion, Carget Motors, Becky Burk Realtor, Cornett Racing Engines, JRi Shocks, Allgaier, Swift Springs, Go Lithium Batteries, Winning Edge Carburetors, Base Fuel, Hoosier Midwest by Zoo, Modern Images, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

For more information on Tony Jackson Jr. Motorsports, please visit his official internet home at as well as the team's Facebook Fan Page at .

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March 25, 2019

Dale McDowell Races to Spring Nationals Series Triumph at OSP
Saturday Night Trip to Senoia Raceway Next on the Docket

Mooresburg, Tennessee (03/25/19) –
Dale McDowell took the lead on a mid-race restart on Friday night at Oglethorpe Speedway Park in his Shane McDowell Racing/ E-Z-Go #17m New Era Industrial/ Will Kinzer Foundation/ Sweet-Bloomquist Chassis/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model. Once out front he never looked back on his way to the $4,000 triumph with the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Series.

“We had a good restart on lap 17, and until then I think it was Casey’s (Roberts) race, but he pushed in turn one, and we capitalized,” McDowell said. “We were here back in the early 2000’s but I didn’t remember much about the place. The track got one-laned late, but it was in pretty good shape for most of the night. All-in-all it was a good night for us.

“On Saturday night at Cochran, we missed the setup a little bit, and we just weren’t where we needed to be. We learned a lot though, and we’ll make a few adjustments and come back again.”

Friday night saw Dale McDowell return to action at Oglethorpe Speedway Park (Savannah, Georgia) as the Schaeffer’s Spring Nationals Series opened their 2019 season. With 18 Super Late Models registered for action, McDowell laid down the fastest time in his qualifying group, positioning him second on the starting grid for the opening night feature.

Slipping past polesitter Casey Roberts in turn two following a caution on lap-17, Dale streaked his first win of the season in the 40-lap feature to pick up the $4,000 payday. Roberts, Ashton Winger, Donald McIntosh, and Tim McCreadie trailed him to the checkers.

The following night at Cochran Motor Speedway (Cochran, Georgia), Dale followed up the second-fastest time in qualifying behind Ross Bailes with a 10-lap heat race victory. Starting the $10,000-to-win finale in the third position, McDowell ran in the Top 5 throughout the 60-lapper to place third behind Chris Ferguson and Michael Page with Donald McIntosh and Travis Pennington completing the Top-5 finishers.

Full results from these events are available at .

Shane McDowell Racing now turns their attention to the upcoming weekend – March 22-23. While Friday night’s plans are still up in the air, McDowell will invade Senoia Raceway (Senoia, Georgia) on Saturday night for the $10,000-to-win, Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals event.

Shane McDowell Racing would like to thank all of their sponsors and marketing partners including E-Z-Go, Kinzer Drilling, Quality Natural Gas, New Era Industrial, C&S Transportation, Cometic Gaskets, Klotz Synthetic Lubricants, Will Kinzer Foundation, Sweet-Bloomquist Race Cars, Clements Race Engines-Chevrolet, FK Rod Ends, Go Lithium, Penske Shocks, Schoenfeld Headers, Keyser Manufacturing, TWM, All Star Performance, Performance Bodies, Five-Star Bodies, Hoosier Tire, Wiles Driveshafts, Weld Racing Wheels, Butlerbuilt Seats, DMI Racing Products, Jones Racing Products, Safecraft Safety Equipment, Art’s Radiator & Welding, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Dyers Top Rods, QuickCar, PEM Racing, Walker Filterations, DeCal Design, Mark IV ATV's, Winters Rearends, QuarterMaster, Sweet Manufacturing, Peterson Fluid Systems, and Marketing Services.

For the latest information on Shane McDowell Racing please visit .

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March 25, 2019

Howard Moore Banks First Win of 2019 Season with I-30 Speedway Triumph
ASCS Mid-South Region Double Header at Hammer Hill on Tap

Memphis, Tennessee (03/25/19) – Howard Moore returned to I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) on Saturday night, where he was looking for redemption from the bad luck that he encountered a week earlier at the 1/4-mile oval.

Consider it mission accomplished as he outran the competition and Mother Nature to pick up the victory in his Senter Farms No. 40 Dynamic Electric/ Stinson's Industrial Sprint Car.

Twenty-one cars entered the event, and Howard kicked off his night by winning his heat race from the fourth-starting spot. Via passing points, he locked into the pole position for the feature.

With rain fast approaching, the feature event was rushed to the track. Howard jumped to the lead as the race went green. Unfortunately, the next several laps found Howard and the field enduring multiple caution flags. On the 14th circuit rain arrived, cutting the feature short by six laps. Moore was credited with the victory, which marked his first of 2019.

"I won the race, but sure wish we had finished all 20 laps scheduled," Moore commented. "I'm still very thankful for the victory, especially after getting crashed out of the feature last week. I am grateful to Mr. Mike Ward, Ricky Holder, and Mr. Chris Chappue for all of the help last night. I am so grateful for all of the team working together all week to keep us on top of the game."

For full results from the event, please visit .

Howard returns to I-30 Speedway this Friday and Saturday – March 29-30 – for the first American Sprint Car Series (ASCS) Mid-South Region events of the season. The weekend is also co-sanctioned by the ASCS Sooner Region. Make sure to bring your kids to the races as Howard Moore Racing is paying the grandstand admission on Friday night for the first 100 kids (ages 6-12)!

Howard Moore would like to thank all of his sponsors including Stinson’s Industrial, Mr. Mike Ward, Mr. Chris Chappue, Mr. Ricky Holder, Senter Farms, Mr. Gary Wright, Engler Machine and Tool, Pro Lite Performance, Ronnie’s Hot Rods, Spankys Hot Rods,, Rockhard Powder Coating, Mr. David Berryman, Mr. Roy Young, Lightning Wings, Momentum Racing Suspensions, McCarver Racing Engines, Hinchman Racewear, Mr. Mike Bellows, my friends, KDN Promotions, Ethan Barrow, Swindell Bleeders, Mr. Charlie Davidson and Mr. Daryl Scoggins of DGS Motorsports, and Marketing Services.

Howard Moore is always looking to welcome new marketing partners to his program. For more information on joining our team as well as the latest news and updates, please visit .

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March 25, 2019

Chris Ferguson Pockets $10,000 Victory at Cochran
$10k-To-Win Carolina Clash Event at Fayetteville Next

Mt. Holly, North Carolina (03/25/19) – Chris Ferguson pocketed a cool $10,000 for his winning efforts on Saturday night at Cochran Motor Speedway. The pilot of the Diff-Tran Machining #22 K and K Trucking/ Sweet-Bloomquist Race Car/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model led all but the first two laps on his way to the Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Series win.

“First and foremost, this win is dedicated to the memory of my Uncle Danny,” Ferguson said with emotion in Victory Lane. “He was my dad’s brother, and he passed away last night. This win is for him.

“The car was flawless. We worked on one problem that we had all week, and we finally got it dialed in for the feature. I also want to thank Cody Mallory for helping us tonight. Hopefully, we’ve finally got the monkey from Speedweeks off our back.”

Chris Ferguson was one of 23 Schaeffer’s Spring Nationals Series entries registered at Cochran Motor Speedway (Cochran, Georgia) on Saturday evening. After laying down the fastest time in his qualifying group, Ferguson bagged a 10-lap heat race victory, positioning him second on the starting grid for the main event.

Slipping past Ross Bailes for the top spot on the third circuit, Chris went on to lead the remaining 57 circuits to pick up his first win of the season. Fighting off Michael Page following a caution on lap-54, Ferguson topped Page, Dale McDowell, Donald McIntosh, and Travis Pennington at the line to capture a $10,000 payday.

On Sunday afternoon at Cherokee Speedway (Gaffney, South Carolina) Chris Ferguson Motorsports entered the Southern All Star Series sanctioned March Madness event. Chris locked his spot into the $10,000-to-win main event with the fourth-and-final transfer spot in his heat race.

Starting the feature in 16th, Chris battled back to finish 13th after suffering a flat-tire, while running in the seventh position on lap-53.

Full results from the weekend’s events are available at and .

This Saturday, March 30 Chris Ferguson will be pursuing another $10,000 top prize as he enters the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series sanctioned, Ed Gibbons Memorial at Fayetteville Motor Speedway (Fayetteville, North Carolina).

For more information on the event, please visit .

Chris Ferguson would like to thank all of his marketing partners, including Diff Tran Machining, K and K Trucking, Champion Parts, Keith’s Handyman Services, The Racing Warehouse, Live Oak Aesthetic and Family Dentistry, Christopher Reeves Southeast Crawlspace and Foundation Repair, Carolina Roofing and Gutters, Carver and Sons Roofing, Dirt Trackin’ App, Western Clean Up Corporation, Tom Bennington, New Point Lighting and Design, RPM Trailer Sales, Brandon Hightower, Xceldyne Technologies, CV Products, Race City Race Parts, Penske Racing Shocks, RM Solutions, Sweet Bloomquist Race Cars, Sweet Manufacturing, TW Automotive, Big A's Custom Graphics, Dirty Grass Soul, ASI Racewear, Hoosier Racing Tires by Bryan, Harkey Racing, Joes Racing Products, K&N Performance Filters, Fluidyne High Performance, Indocil Art , Frankland Rear-Ends, Bell Racing USA, Hypercoil Springs, Brinn Transmissions, Weld Racing, Dynamic Drivelines, Outerwears Pre-Filters, PFC Brakes, ButlerBuilt Motorsports Equipment, All Star Performance, Motorstate, Keyser Manufacturing, FK Rod Ends, Fragola Performance Systems, Alpha Canvas and Awning, Randy Renfrow Pit Carts, VP Racing, Hooker Harness, Stock Car Steel and Aluminum Inc., SRI Supplies, SRI Performance, Clements Racing Engines, Waterman Racing Components, Pro Fabrication Headers, Schaeffers Oil, TruForm Race Products, Tadpole Fabrication, NecksGen, Carolina Roofing and Gutters, and Marketing Services.”

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Hill Heading to I-30 Speedway This Weekend to Gain More Time Behind the Wheel

Inside Line Promotions - SIX NATIONS, Ontario, Canada (March 25, 2019) - With a current lull in the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour schedule, Alex Hill is planning to get some competition in this weekend.

Hill and her Hill's Racing Team are scheduled to compete this Friday and Saturday at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark., during a doubleheader that is sanctioned by the ASCS Mid-South Region, ASCS Lone Star Region and ASCS Sooner Region.

The cancellation of the Spring Nationals at Devil's Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas, in mid-March places more emphasis on her getting some track time, even if it isn't with the national series.

"We try to race a lot and avoid any long layoffs if we can help it," she said. "We haven't raced since February in Florida and our next race after I-30 isn't scheduled until April 19 in a 410 at Lernerville so it would be really nice to get some laps in this weekend. I'd rather not have my next race be in a 410 without racing at all for a couple of months if possible."

More experience at I-30 Speedway is welcomed as well.

"I-30 is a track where it's always good for us to run," she said. "We've had some speed there in the past, but there are things we need to work on, too. It's nice to be able to work on things there when it's not a points race. It's a track where we'll be racing at probably a couple of times later this year. Smaller tracks are the ones that I probably need more improvement on so laps at I-30 certainly wouldn't hurt. I'm excited to return to the track and we're hoping that the weather will cooperate this weekend."

Hill has three career starts at I-30 Speedway and all three came last season. Her best result was her most recent one, which featured a fourth-place finish in a B Main during the famed Short Track Nationals.


5 races, 0 wins, 0 top fives, 0 top 10s, 0 top 15s, 0 top 20s


Friday and Saturday at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Ark., with the ASCS Mid-South Region, ASCS Lone Star Region and ASCS Sooner Region





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"Wade Huisman gives us an awesome product and he's phenomenal to work with," Hill said. "We're glad to have him on board this year and we appreciate his support."

Hill would also like to thank Townline Variety, BearPaw Gas and Convenience, Tony Stewart Racing, Ackland Insurance, Cool Chassis, Creative Edge Signs & Graphics, Slade Shock Technology, Lettrage Pixel, XYZ Machining, Fisher Racing Engines, Strodes BBQ and Deli, Gaerte/TOPP Performance Race Products, Allstar Performance, PPM Racing Products, Original Traders Energy, Total Rentals, PAC Racing Springs, Wilwood, DMI, MicroBlue, Vortex Racing Products, Saldana Racing Products, Kinsler Fuel Injection, KSE Racing Products and Brown & Miller Racing Solutions for their continued support.

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Wilson Outruns the Weather and Wins First Race Since May 2016

Inside Line Promotions - TUSCUMBIA, Ala. (March 25, 2019) - Greg Wilson earned his first feature victory in nearly three years last Saturday at North Alabama Speedway, where he won both his heat race and the main event during the USCS Series event.

"We were going to go to Little Rock, Ark., but it looked like a pretty good chance of rain," he said. "The weather looked perfect for the deal in Alabama. After sitting for so many weeks we made the decision to go the extra couple of hours where the weather looked better and it paid off."

Wilson guided his Hercules Tires, DNC Hydraulics, Ohio Logistics and Gear Off Road sponsored team from sixth to win a heat race.

"We got a pretty good start and to third pretty quick," he said. "The track was slick and usually that's up our alley. We found a line that was a little different than the other guys. With Danny Smith, Terry Gray and Morgan Turpen in the second heat it was hard to gauge how good we were. We had Matt Frisbee and Cole Freeser from Charlotte was there to help us. We worked on the car quite a bit for the feature."

Wilson's strong heat race performance landed him on the pole for the A Main.

"We led from green to checkered," he said. "It was pretty fun because we were in traffic quite a bit. Without racing much this season it's good to be around other cars and have to figure out where to pass them. We had a couple of cautions and I knew Danny had got to second. On one restart I could hear him so I knew he was close, but I guess we got away at the end. It was good to win something. After not winning for a couple of years, getting beat up with the Outlaws, it was a good feeling to get my girls a trophy."

Wilson's win was his first since May 2016.

"It was one of those nights where everything worked our way," he said. "It's good ole boys kind of like how racing used to be. It was a packed house. It was crazy the amount of people there."

Wilson has Hercules Tires dealership visits this Tuesday at Danny's Tire & Auto Service in Russellville, Ark., from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Thursday at Coffee Farmers Co-Op in Manchester, Tenn., from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. He is planning on competing with the USCS Series this Friday at Lexington 104 Speedway in Lexington, Tenn., and Saturday at Old No. 1 Speedway in Harrisburg, Ark.

"It makes sense with our dealership schedule to run the USCS races this weekend," he said. "That is the smartest financial decision as it will keep us from having to backtrack too much. This is the last week that we have to stay on the road for dealership visits, but we might stay out another week depending on the weather. We'll get that figured out early next week."


March 23 - North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia, Ala. - Heat race: 1 (6); Feature: 1 (1).


7 races, 1 win, 1 top five, 1 top 10, 2 top 15s, 2 top 20s


Friday at Lexington 104 Speedway in Lexington, Tenn., and Saturday at Old No. 1 Speedway in Harrisburg, Ark., with the USCS Series


Tuesday at Danny's Tire & Auto Service in Russellville, Ark., from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Thursday at Coffee Farmers Co-Op in Manchester, Tenn., from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.





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"It's great to be involved in a company that's in our backyard like Callies, which I've been working since I started racing when I was 15-years-old," Wilson said. "Ed Starr of Magtech has become a good friend whom I met through Danny Smith several years ago. He's taken care of our ignition stuff since then and we appreciate his support."

Wilson would also like to thank Hercules Tires, Ohio Logistics, DNC Hydraulics, Gear Off Road, Redlined Welding & Construction, Kinsler Fuel Injection, All Pro Cylinder, Banshee Graphics, Saldana Racing Products, Simpson Race Products, Nagy Equipment Sales, Winters Performance, Pfann's Custom Performance & Restoration, Tim Hogan's Carpet (Lima, Ohio), Bedford Valley Petroleum, Real Capz, Mark Wolford Garage, Burns Petroleum, Elite Wings, Inter-State Truck Repair, Benson Marketing and Inside Line Promotions for their continued support.