Gregg Satterlee Bags Billy Wynn Classic $12,086 Bedford Win
ULMS Doubleheader at Big Diamond and Port Royal on Deck

INDIANA, Pa. (05/02/22) – Gregg Satterlee continued his great start to the 2022 campaign with a Friday night victory at Pennsylvania’s Bedford Speedway. His Billy Wynn Classic triumph was worth $12,086 aboard his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Keyser Manufacturing/ Valvoline/ Classic Ink/ XR1 Rocket Chassis / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

The victory marked his third of the 2022 season.

“It was another great night for our team. We started fast off the trailer, and then in the feature I had to bide my time but got to the lead late in the race,” Satterlee shared. “Thank you to everyone who supports our team. We are looking forward to racing at Big Diamond (Speedway) and Port (Royal Speedway) this coming weekend.”

Gregg Satterlee made the short trip to Bedford (Pa.) Speedway Friday afternoon to enter his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Late Model into the battle for the annual Billy Winn Classic.

After topping the 31-car field in time trials, Satterlee secured his spot into the main event with a heat win. Overtaking race-leader Jeff Rine on lap 38 amid traffic, Gregg raced to the $12,086 payday ahead of Trever Feathers, Matt Cosner, Rine, and Drake Troutman. The win marked his third of the 2022 campaign.

Full results from the event are available at .

The team now looks ahead to a Zimmer’s United Late Model Series (ULMS) doubleheader in Pennsylvania this weekend – May 6-7.  A $3,500 winner’s check is on the line on Friday night at Big Diamond Speedway (Forestville, Pa.), while a $4,000 top prize is on the line Saturday at Port Royal (Pa.) Speedway.

Full details on the weekend are available at .

Gregg Satterlee would like to thank his marketing partners including Keyser Manufacturing, Valvoline, 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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Payton Freeman Races to First-Career Valvoline Iron-Man Late Model Triumph
Earns $4,000 Triumph at Boyd’s Speedway

Special to MPM Marketing

COMMERCE, Ga. (05/02/22) – Just a week after narrowly missing his first-career Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals victory, Payton Freeman got redemption on Saturday  night at Boyd’s Speedway with his first-career Valvoline Iron-Man Late Model Series win.

He piloted his Freeman Plumbing No. F1 Coltman Farms / Capital Race Car / Cornett Racing Engine Super Late Model to the $4,000 victory at the Georgia oval.

In his most efficient performance of the year so far, Freeman was uncontested after taking the lead on Lap 6 at Boyd’s and brought home his first-career victory in the Iron-Man Series, which was also his first on the 2022 season.

Freeman said that Saturday’s win carried so much significance with the occasion taking place during the Iron-Man Series’ Let’s Get Dirty Autism Weekend. He commended owner Chris Tilley for his efforts to support Autism Awareness along with everything he has done to make the Iron-Man Series one of the best Dirt Late Model divisions in the country.

“Chris Tilley and his guys do such a great job with the Iron-Man Series,” Freeman said. “Being able to win one of these races means a lot to me because I have such a close relationship with Chris. I’m so happy to win this race for Chris and my team."

Having just competed at Boyd’s a month ago, Freeman felt confident that the notes accumulated from that weekend would translate into a winning, race day setup.

Freeman’s car showed speed the moment it hit the track. He posted the fastest lap of any other driver in qualifying with a time of 14.8 seconds, but since Freeman was in Group B, he ended up starting on the outside of the front row.

After navigating his way around Garrett Smith and Kenny Collins, Freeman took full control of the race to cruise towards victory lane at Boyd’s. Freeman was relieved to finally get his first win of 2022 recorded and believes that fortunes may finally be turning in his favor.

“I feel really confident with what we have going on,” Freeman said. “Our car has a ton of speed, but the biggest thing was to shake off the silly things that were happening to us. The speed’s been there everywhere we’ve been, but we hadn’t put a whole night together until now.”

Freeman knows that everyone is working hard to ensure his cars are competitive each week. He fully expects to keep building on his momentum but knows that plenty of challenging races and tough fields are ahead over the next few weeks.

The next race on Freeman’s schedule will see him continue his pursuit for a title in the Schaeffer’s Oil Southern National Series this coming Saturday at East Alabama Motor Speedway. Freeman also wants to take part in the inaugural FloRacing Illinois Speedweek, which consists of four races that pay anywhere from $15,000 to $30,000 to win.

For more information on the program, please visit .

Freeman sees plenty of opportunities to excel during the month of May but said the goal with his program is to focus on making more improvements so that nights like the one at Boyd’s Speedway become a more frequent occurrence.

“We know that we have speed,” Freeman said. “We just need to use this momentum as a confidence booster and motivator to keep working hard and do what’s necessary to keep this car fast.”

Payton Freeman would like to thank all of his supporters and partners, including his parents, crew and fans as well as Freeman Plumbing, Coltman Farms, MPM Marketing, Stilo, KRC Power Steering, K1 RaceGear, Schaeffer’s Oil, Base Racing Fuel, SRI Performance, Captial Race Cars, Shelton Trucking, Chattham & Son Tile, Rod Roberts Trucking, Collins Signs, Sweet Victory Apparel, Accu-Force Dyno & Testers, Swift Springs, Penske Racing Shocks, Strange Oval, and Marketing Services.

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Ricky Weiss Scores $25,000 Bristol Bash Finale Victory
Team Launches New Online Home at

HEADINGLEY, MANITOBA, Canada (05/02/22) – Ricky Weiss picked up his second win of the 2022 season in fine style on Saturday night at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway. The triumph was worth $25,000 behind the wheel of his Drydene Performance Products No. 7 J&C Properties / G-Style Transport/ Sniper Chassis / Vic Hill Racing Engine Super Late Model in victory lane.

The win was especially satisfying for Weiss, who has been painfully close to wins at the famed, ½-mile oval over the past two years.

““Oh, it’s just awesome,” said Weiss, who picked up his third World of Outlaws Late Model Series win in the process. “We were so close. We gave away a couple. I almost gave it away tonight. I could see I had a pretty good lead, then (Madden) was closing the gap.”

Weiss briefly lost the lead to Madden on lap 13 but charged back around the South Carolina racer on lap 14 to retake the lead for good.

“Madden got by me there, and I was thinking, ‘Oh, he must be really good,’ because he started sixth,” Weiss said. “He passed me on the bottom there, then he moved up half a lane and typically I would have just followed him there. I think we were able to turn a little bit more and he showed me the fast lane.

“It’s so great to get this big win. I’m getting more comfortable in this car each night, and we are definitely excited about the rest of this season”

On Friday afternoon, Ricky Weiss returned to the dirt-covered Bristol Motor Speedway (Bristol, Tenn.) as the World of Outlaws Case Late Model Series drew 22 competitors for the opening round of the Bristol Bash doubleheader. Starting the night on the right foot, Weiss claimed the Slick Woody’s Fast Time Award before picking up a heat race win. Pulling the fourth-starting position for the $25,000-to-win A-Main in the redraw, Ricky jumped up two spots in the 40-lapper to finish second.

He trailed Jonathan Davenport to the checkers with Kyle Bronson rounding out the podium.

After setting the fast time on Saturday for the second consecutive night, Ricky dashed to a convincing heat win, sending him into the redraw. Receiving the pole for the feature, Weiss turned back challenges from a threatening Chris Madden to secure his second win of the season and third-career World of Outlaws triumph.

He scored the $25,000 prize ahead of Jonathan Davenport, Chris Madden, Kyle Bronson, and Kyle Larson.

Full results from the weekend are available at .

The team will tentatively return to action at Boyd’s Speedway (Ringgold, Ga.) with the facility’s $5,053-to-win Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals Super Late Model event.

For more information on the program, please visit .

Also notably the team recently launched a new cyber home at which is developed and maintained by MyRacePass.

Ricky Weiss would like to thank his marketing partners and sponsors including Drydene Performance Products, J&C Properties, G-Style Transport, Turk Enterprises, Derrick's Sandblasting, Keewatin Truck Service, Collins Brothers Towing, Wiesner Trucking, RDW Recycling, Sweet Manufacturing, Penske Racing Shocks, Total Works Truck & Equipment, Straight Ahead Ventures, JCJ Tools, Inc., Borderland Hay & Straw, VP Racing Fuels, Vic Hill Racing Engines, Forks Mobile Wash, LG Transport, Aldon Auto, Hoosier Racing Tire, KRC Power Steering, Kenny’s Components, Go Lithium,, Arizona Sport Shirts, FK Rod Ends, Swift Springs, Allstar Performance, Hooker Harness, Barnes Systems, Winters Performance Products, C&R Radiators, QA1, Strange Oval, Quarter Master, PFC Brakes, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Wrisco Industries, Performance Bodies & Parts, QuickCar Racing Products, Butlerbuilt, Gorsuch Performance Solutions, Braswell, Bell, Earnhardt Technologies Group, K1 RaceGear, ­and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

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Drake Troutman Registers Career-Win in Tyler Co. Super Late Model Event
Adds Modified Triumph at Bedford Speedway

HYNDMAN, Pa. (05/02/22) – Drake Troutman raced to the biggest Super Late Model win of his young career on Saturday night with a $5,000 triumph in the Topless 50 at West Virginia’s Tyler County Speedway in his Smith Transport / RFI Resources No. 7 Wheeler Fleet Solutions / Shaffer Construction / MB Customs Super Late Model
One night earlier he took his RFI Resources / Smith Transport No. 7 Wheeler Fleet Solutions / MB Customs Modified to Victory Lane at Bedford (Pa.) Speedway.

“This Super Late Model win means a lot. This division has been a pretty big challenge for me, and my team and I have worked so hard to get better. All the hard work paid off with a $5,000 win at Tyler County (Speedway),” Troutman said. “We also won on Friday night in the Modified at Bedford (Speedway) and had a solid Top-5 run in the Late Model. We’ve got eight wins in three divisions this year, which is a big deal for our team.

“We couldn’t do what we do without all of the support we have, and I say a big ‘thank you’ to everyone who stands behind us.”

On Friday evening, Drake Troutman visited Bedford Speedway (Bedford, Pa.) to pull double duty for the Billy Winn Classic.

In his Super Late Model, Troutman endured fuel problems in prelims but charged from the 18th-starting position in the $12,086-to-win A-Main to score an impressive fifth-place finish. He trailed Gregg Satterlee, Trever Feathers, Matt Cosner, and Jeff Rine to the checkers.
In his Modified, Drake pulled off the clean sweep of the program to secure his seventh win of the season. He followed up a last-to-first run in his heat with a flag-to-flag victory in the feature. He finished ahead of Mile Altobelli Jr. and Jonathan Taylor.

For the Topless 50 on Saturday evening at Tyler County Speedway (Middlebourne, W.Va.), Troutman timed in seventh-fastest in Late Model time trials before placing second in his heat.

Rolling off fourth for the feature, Drake charged into second early and began tracking down polesitter Kyle Thomas. Racing past Thomas on the high-side with nine laps remaining, Troutman soared to his second win in as many nights and eighth of the season. He captured the $5,000 payday ahead of Jacob Hawkins and Thomas.

After dealing with a broken driveshaft and suspension issues in his Modified, Drake was an early retiree from the feature. He was credited with a 15th-place outing.

Full results from the weekend are available at and .

The upcoming weekend – May 6-7 – has Troutman eyeing a home-state doubleheader with the Zimmer’s United Late Model Series (ULMS) at Big Diamond Speedway (Forestville, Pa.) and Port Royal (Pa.) Speedway.

More information on the weekend’s slate can be found at .

Drake Troutman Racing would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include Smith Transport, RFI Resources, Wheeler Fleet Solutions, Shaffer Construction, D&R Trucking, Stone Natural Resources, Thunderhill Trucking, Thomas Cumberland, 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, Champion Brand Racing Oil, Wilson Wraps, CMD Shocks, MB Customs Race Cars, Swift Springs, Smith Warehouse, Legendary Continuation Cars, and Marketing Services.

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

Austin Horton Wins Again at Senoia
Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals at East Alabama Motor Speedway Up Next

NEWNAN, Ga. (05/02/22) – Austin Horton returned to Victory Lane on Saturday night in his Orr’s Trucking No. 16 Super K Express/ Horton Flyer/ XR1 Rocket Chassis / Bobby Thomas Racing Engine Late Model.

The second win of the 2022 campaign for the Georgia racer came at Senoia Raceway.

“It was a text book night for the team and we got the win. Car was flawless. We had multiple track conditions and never had to put a wrench on it. Getting our second win of the year was great, but by far the highlight of the night was having my son, Cameron Drake there with me in Victory Lane,” Horton shared. “Seeing him clap for ‘dada’ is priceless and gives me extra motivation to make sure he gets his victory ride in the car back to the truck. It’s just simply the highlight of my night, any time that I can win for him.”

Austin Horton made the short trip to Senoia Raceway (Senoia, Ga.) on Saturday evening to enter his Super K Express No. 16 Limited Late Model into action.

Following the fastest qualifying lap, Horton topped the 18-car field in the feature to register his second win of the season. He took the checkers ahead of Dennis Hale, Mark Page, Jacques Daniel, and Glenn Morris.  

For more results from the program, please visit .

Horton will trek to East Alabama Motor Speedway (Phenix City, Ala.) this Saturday for the $10,053-to-win Jimmy Thomas Memorial. The event is sanctioned by Ray Cook’s Schaeffer’s Oil Spring Nationals.

For more information, regarding the event please visit .

Austin Horton would like to thank his marketing partners, which Super K Express, Orr’s Towing, Franklin Enterprises, GW Performance, Rocket Chassis by Clint Smith Racing, Topnotch Graphics, Horton’s Inc. and Marketing Services.

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Billy Moyer Jr. Races to Old No. 1 Speedway CCSDS Triumph
Bad Boy 98 at Batesville Motor Speedway Up Next

Batesville, Arkansas (05/02/22) – Billy Moyer Jr. raced to his first win of the 2022 season on Friday night with a $3,000 victory at Old No. 1 Speedway.

His 18th-career COMP Cams Super Dirt Series victory came behind the wheel of his Nutrien Ag Solutions No. 21 Dyna-Gro Seed / Mesilla Valley Transportation / Pontiac RV / Longhorn Race Car / Clements Racing Engines Super Late Model.

“We got a late start to this year because I had a lot of projects happening in the shop for area racers, and we were also anticipating the arrival of our new son,” Moyer Jr. said. “Our first few races out we weren’t bad, but we were battling a miss in the engine. We got it lined out at Harrisburg (Old No. 1 Speedway) on Friday night, and I was able to get to the lead late in the race and get the win.

“We’ve got some big races on the schedule, and hopefully we can get some more wins.”

On Friday evening, Billy Moyer Jr. made his lone start of the weekend at Old No. 1 Speedway (Harrisburg, Ark.) aboard his Nutrien Ag Solutions No. 21 Late Model for The Barn Burner.

In a field of 29 COMP Cams Super Dirt Series entries, Billy picked up Mark Martin Automotive Fast Time Honors in time trials before capturing a heat race victory.

Tracking down race-long pacesetter Logan Martin in the closing laps of the 30-lap feature, Moyer Jr. muscled ahead with two circuits remaining to capture his first win of the season and a $3,000 payday. His 18th-career series triumph came ahead of Morgan Bagley, B.J. Robinson, Brian Rickman, and Brandon Carpenter.

Full results from the event are available at .

The upcoming weekend – May 6-7 – will see Billy entering a pair of COMP Cams Super Dirt Series events at his home track, Batesville Motor Speedway (Locust Grove, Ark.). The Bad Boy 98 weekend include the $5,000-to-win Joe Garrison Memorial on Friday night and the $12,000-to-win, 68-lap finale on Saturday night.

For more information on the weekend, please visit .

Billy Moyer Jr. would like to thank all of his sponsors including Nutrien Ag Solutions, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Dyna-Gro Seed, Pontiac RV, FK Rod Ends, Titan Motorsports, Tye Twarog Racing, Clements Racing Engines, Penske Shocks, ROCKHARD Powder Coating, Phillips CPA Firm, Fragola Systems, Jack’s Auto Parts, Eibach Springs, Imperial Motors, Outerwears, XS Power Batteries, Sunoco Race Fuels, Bert Transmission, New Vision Graphics, Midwest Sheet Metal, Wiles Driveshafts, Performance Bodies, Hoosier Tire South by Pup, Oakley Deatherage Opticians, Frankland Racing Products, Hooker Harness, Kluhsman Racing Components, Beyea Custom Headers, Strange Engineering, Bell Helmets, Accu-Force Shock Service, and Marketing Services.

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