Tyler Stevens Rallies for Career Win in Ronny Adams Memorial
Records First Super Late Model Win in $10,000 Finale; Launches New Website
Searcy, Arkansas (03/09/21) – While Tyler Stevens first night of 2022 couldn’t have gone much worse, one night later the Arkansas racer enjoyed the spoils of a career win. He recorded a dominant $10,000 victory on Saturday night in COMP Cams Super Dirt Series action at Louisiana’s Boothill Speedway.
His first-ever Super Late Model triumph came aboard his W&W Timber No. 2 Stallion Transportation Group / XR1 Rocket Chassis / Mod Co Racing Engine entry.
“Man, I ain’t gonna lie,” Stevens said, shaking his head as he attempted to grasp the significance of his $10,000 triumph. “This is my first weekend running Supers. I come from Crate (Late Models) last year … so we didn’t really know.
“We came into this weekend open-minded. We’re gonna run the COMP Cams deal (in 2022) … we were shooting for a top-15. These guys are as good as it gets. We set ourselves up terribly last night and at that point I was ready to throw the towel in,” Stevens admitted. “My wife (Lindsey) and my crew guy Josh kept me going. We didn’t go to bed till like 4 this morning and we were back up at 7. This morning at about 9:30 the fuel cell was out of this car, frame was bent, but we got it fixed and got the job done. When I was a kid, you hear, you know, Ronny Adams, and the legend that he was, and it’s amazing to win something like this.”
Tyler Stevens opened his 2022 campaign on Friday night at Louisiana's Boothill Speedway as the Arkansas traveler began his rookie campaign with the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) Super Late Models.
With 35 entries in the pits, luck would not be on Stevens side as he made contact with the wall in the heat race, and then in the B-Main, he was running in a transfer spot before the threads pulled out of the steering wheel coupler, ending his night early.
Bouncing back Friday's bad luck, Tyler Stevens stormed to the $10,000 victory on Saturday night. Advancing from the sixth-starting position Stevens claimed his first-career Super Late MOdel win in the finale of the third annual Ronny Adams Memorial.
B.J. Robinson, Logan Martin, Brian Rickman, and Tony Jackson Jr. completed the Top-5 finishers.
Full weekend results are available at www.COMPdirt.com .
The team will be idle this coming weekend before preparing to return to action on March 18-19 at Talladega Short Track (Eastaboga, Ala.) with the Bama Bash. The weekend is headlined by the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) Super Late Models and features a $5,000-to-win program on Friday night and a $10,000-to-win event on Saturday evening.
The team is also excited to announce the launch of their new team website at www.TylerStevensRacing.com which is developed and maintained by Nebraska-based MyRacePass.
TLP Motorsports would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include Stallion Transportation Group, W&W Timber, Bilstein Shocks, Mod Co Racing Engines, Razor Edge Graphics, Swift Springs, TruForm Race Products, Performance Friction Brakes, KR Performance Fuels LLC, Rocket Chassis, Joe’s Racing Products, Shell Shock, The Joie of Seating, Velocita USA, and MyRacePass Marketing Services.
For the latest information on TLP Motorsports and Tyler Stevens, please visit www.TylerStevensRacing.com .
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