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June 14, 2021

Brandon Overton Sweeps Eldora’s Double Dirt Late Model Dreams
Claims Over $273,000 in Weekend Winnings

EVANS, Ga. (06/14/21) – Brandon Overton along with Wells and Sons Motorsports put together a legendary week at Tony Stewart’s Eldora Speedway. The talented driver and team won four features in four days and a total of over $273,000 for their dominant performance in the 26th and 27th annual Dirt Late Model Dream.

The historic weekend found Overton increasing his 2021-win total to 15 in the Wells & Sons Motorsports No. 76 Crossfit Overton/ Allstar Concrete/ Longhorn Chassis by Wells/ Clements Racing Engine-powered Super Late Model.

"I always dreamed of winning this deal or winning at race at Eldora, and you get one, and there's such a short time to get (ready for the next one), I wanted to win this one worse than anything, you know?" Overton said Saturday in victory lane. "I'm like, damn, I didn't never think I was going to win one, now I'm getting a little greedy wanting two.

"This is awesome. A dream come true. I swore I wasn't going to get emotional, but this is bad-ass to leave here with all this money."

The Wells and Sons Motorsports team invaded Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) on Wednesday afternoon to kick off four days of racing with preliminary action for the 27th annual Dirt Late Model Dream up first.

With the 74-car field split into two separate groups for a pair of preliminary features, Overton timed in seventh fastest in his group before picking up a 10-lap heat race victory. Earning the fourth-starting position for the A-Main, Brandon slid into the lead on lap 22 after the race-long leader got into the wall. He led the final three circuits to capture his 12th win of the season and a $10,000 prize. Kyle Bronson, Chad Simpson, Ricky Weiss, and Chris Ferguson followed him across the line in the 25-lap affair.

On Thursday afternoon with preliminary results lining him up second in his heat, Brandon outdueled Dale McDowell to pick up the win. After running in a steady pace in the early parts of the 100-lap 27th annual Dirt Late Model Dream, Overton wrestled away the lead from Brandon Sheppard on lap 61 to assume command. Leading the final 40 circuits, Brandon Overton soared to his first-career Dirt Late Model Dream victory over Tim McCreadie, Kyle Bronson, Dale McDowell, and Brandon Sheppard. He earned $127,000 for his 13th victory of the season.

For the 26th annual Dirt Late Model Dream prelims on Friday, Overton topped the charts in time trials before gaining two spots in his heat race to capture the victory. Overtaking Ryan Gustin for the lead on the ninth lap, Brandon paced the field in the 25-lapper to capture his third win in as many nights.

To wrap up the Dream weekend on Saturday, Brandon captured a convincing win in his heat, which positioned him seventh on the starting grid for the finale. After working his way up to third by the 10th circuit, Overton snuck ahead of Kyle Bronson for second on lap 12 and began chipping away at Darrell Lanigan’s lead. Clawing ahead of Lanigan on lap 53, Brandon kept Chris Madden at bay in the waning laps to claim his 15th win of the season and fourth of the weekend. His $126,00 victory on Saturday elevated his weekend earnings $273,000.

“What David, Eric, and the entire Wells family have put together for me with this team is just incredible. I’m just the lucky guy, who gets to drive. From the bottom of my heart, I thank them and everyone who supports this program. Hopefully, we’re all going to be racing together for a long time.

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The team is currently tentatively planning to enter the annual Clash at The Mag this weekend with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series at Johnny Stokes’ Magnolia Motor Speedway. The weekend includes $5,000-to-win events on Thursday and Friday, and a $15,000-to-win finale on Saturday.

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Brandon Overton would like to thank all of his marketing partners, which include Crossfit Overton, Wells Motorsports, Allstar Concrete, Longhorn Chassis by Wells, Big Dog Stump and Tree, RW Powell Construction, Convenient Lube, Big Blue Smoke House, Doug Campbell Body Shop, Clements Racing Engines, Penske Shocks, Hoosier by Brian, Top Notch Kustom Koncepts, Steering Buddy, Impact Race Gear, Swift Springs, Penn Grade Oil, Quarter Master, Earnhardt Technologies Group, Wilwood, All-Star Performance, Wehrs Machine, Schoenfeld, Winters Performance, Performance Bodies, Peterson Fluid Systems, Sunoco Race Fuels, Fast Shafts, AFCO Racing Products, COMP Cams, Quickcar Products, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

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June 14, 2021

Gregg Satterlee Wins $10k in 26th Annual DLM Dream Prelim
Three-Race Weekend Up Next

INDIANA, Pa. (06/14/21) – Gregg Satterlee achieved a career first on Friday night in his Satterlee Motorsports No. 22 Keyser Manufacturing/ Valvoline/ Classic Ink/ XR1 Rocket Chassis / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

The Pennsylvania throttle masher reached Victory Lane at Eldora Speedway for the first time. He pocked $10,000 for his winning performance at the famed oval during preliminary action for the 26th annual Dirt Late Model Dream. The victory was his richest of the season and marked his sixth triumph of the year.

“As bad as we were to start the week on Wednesday and Thursday is how good we were on Friday. We used most of Thursday’s program to test some things for Friday, and it all paid off. Shannon (Babb) was leading there, and he pushed up the track on a late-race restart, and I was able to capitalize,” Satterlee said. “We ended things with a Top-10 finish in Saturday’s finale. Overall, I was pleased with how our team progressed throughout the four-day stretch.”

Gregg Satterlee made the trek to the famed Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) on Wednesday to kick off the 27th annual Dirt Late Model Dream with four consecutive nights of racing. With the 74-car field split into two separate groups for a pair of preliminary features, Satterlee followed up an eighth-place finish in his heat race with a ninth-place finish in his B-Main.

With preliminary results from Wednesday lining him up 21st on the starting grid for his B-Main on Thursday evening for a final chance at the $127,000-to-win Dirt Late Model Dream, Gregg logged a 14th-place finish, which brought his night to an early end.

For the 26th annual Dirt Late Model Dream on Friday, Satterlee timed in fourth fastest in his group before picking up a 10-lap heat race victory. Earning the third-starting position for the preliminary feature, Gregg snuck past race-long leader Shannon Babb following a lap-17 restart and paced the field for the final eight circuits to capture his sixth win of the season and a $10,000 prize. Babb, Kyle Bronson, Jonathan Davenport, and Chris Ferguson rounded out the Top-5.

Starting on the pole of his heat race on Saturday, Gregg edged his way into the 26th annual Dirt Late Model Dream with a third-place finish after contact with another competitor dropped him from second. With $126,000 on the line, Satterlee improved five positions in the 100-lap affair to register a ninth-place finish.

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The upcoming weekend has Satterlee preparing to take his Robby Allen wrenched No. 22 into battle in a trio of events n Pennsylvania. Action opens with a pair of $10,000-to-win World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series events on Friday at Thunder Mountain Speedway (Knox Dale, Pa.) and Saturday at Selinsgrove Speedway (Selinsgrove, Pa.)

The weekend draws to a close on Sunday evening at Bloomsburg Fair Speedway (Bloomsburg, Pa.) with a $3,000-to-win, Zimmer’s United Late Model Series (ULMS) program.

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 Marketing Services.

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June 14, 2021

Cory Hedgecock Visits I-75 Victory Lane for the Second-Straight Week
Looks Ahead to J.T. Kerr Memorial at 411 Motor Speedway

LOUDON, Tenn. (06/14/21) – For the second-straight week, Tennessee’s Cory Hedgecock scored a feature win at I-75 Raceway in his E-Z-GO No. 23 Green’s Recycling / I-75 Raceway / Black Diamond Race Car / Eagle Racing Engine Late Model.

His repeat visit to Victory Lane was worth $2,000 and marked his third overall win of the year.

“We got the ‘W’ on Saturday night. I started second and rode for a few laps before finally finding a good groove. Once I got to the lead, I was able to drive away to the victory. We fought being pretty tight all night after the rain shower, and finally in the feature I made some adjustments to make it workable,” Hedgecock commented. “It was a good night, and we’ll look forward to the J.T. Kerr Memorial next week.”

With Mother Nature limiting his weekend plans, Cory Hedgecock traveled to I-75 Raceway (Sweetwater, Tenn.) on Saturday afternoon to pilot his Green’s Recycling No. 23 Late Model. Earning the second-starting position for the Topless Outlaw Series-sanctioned feature via preliminary events, Hedgecock charged to the lead early in the feature before turning back challenges from Jesse Lowe to capture his second-straight victory and third of the season. He took the checkers ahead of Lowe, Colton Profitt, Bobby Giffin, and Eddie King Jr. to earn $2,000.

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The team will be idle this weekend as they prepare for both the $10,040-to-win J.T. Kerr Memorial on June 25-26 at 411 Motor Speedway (Seymour, Tenn.) and the Topless Outlaw Series event at I-75 Raceway (Sweetwater, Tenn.) on Sunday, June 27.

Cory Hedgecock would like to thank all of his sponsors, which include E-Z-GO, Eagle Racing Engines, Budget Transmissions, Pace Performance, Black Diamond Race Cars, K&P Used Cars, Öhlins Shocks, Timeless Memories Photography, VooDoo Technologies, Cobb’s Auto Parts, Brucebilt Performance, Vineyard Enterprise, Greens Recycling, Winters Performance, Quickcar Racing Products, MarTel Sign Company, MSR Mafia Marketing Services, Hoosier Racing Tire, and VP Fuels.

Hedgecock would all like to say a special thanks to his wife Katie and daughter Lily, Dad, Mom, Grandad Mike, and everyone that helps his team.

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June 14, 2021

Tyler Stevens Victorious in Dixie 25 at Chatham Speedway
Sweeps Program for $2,500 Triumph

Searcy, Arkansas (06/14/21) – It was back to business and back to winning on Saturday night for Tyler Stevens. The Arkansas traveler claimed the $2,500 winner’s check in Chatham Speedway’
s Dixie 25 in his W&W Timber No. 2 Stallion Transportation Group / XR1 Rocket Chassis Crate Late Model.

The victory was his sixth of the 2021 campaign.

“It was a long and hot night for our team, but it was a great one. We swept qualifying, heat race action, and the feature. It was also a great test session for their $50,000-to-win race in September,” Stevens said. “A big thank you goes out to everyone, who helps us on this program.”

Tyler Stevens broke out the broom on Saturday night at Chatham Speedway (Chatham, Louisiana) in the facility’s Dixie 25. With 32 Crate Late Model entries on hand for program, Tyler set fast time in qualifications, won his heat race, and led every lap of the main event to pocket the $2,500 top prize.

He was followed across the finish line by Jon Mitchell, Shane Stevens, Tanner Kellick, and Cliff Williams.

The triumph marked Stevens sixth of the year. His impressive win tally has come in just nine starts this season.

The team is currently working on their upcoming race schedule, and once it’s finalized it will be posted on the team’s website at .

TLP Motorsports would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include Stallion Transportation Group, W&W Timber, MoBag'$ Suspension Technology, Razor Edge Graphics, Dave Leech Construction, Swift Springs, Integra Shocks, TruForm Race Products, Performance Friction Brakes, KR Performance Fuels LLC, Jay Dickens Racing Engines, Rocket Chassis, Joe’s Racing Products, Shell Shock, The Joie of Seating, KR Performance Fuels LLC, Velocita USA, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

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