Ashton Winger Banks $12,000 for CCSDS Cotton Pickin’ Victory
Hunt The Front Super Dirt Series Double Header Up Next

HAMPTON, Ga. (09/25/23) – Following a podium finish in Friday night’s weekend opener, Ashton Winger stormed to the $12,000 triumph in Saturday night’s Cotton Pickin’ finale at Magnolia Motor Speedway aboard his Jeff Mathews Motorsports No. 12 Johnny Doan Plumbing / Recreational Vehicle Select / XR1 Rocket Chassis / Durham Racing Engine Super Late Model.

Winger’s first-career COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Super Late Model win marked his 13th of the season.

“It was a great weekend for our team. We hit the ground running on Friday night with a podium finish, and then we tweaked on the car for Saturday. I actually think it was good that I didn’t break out in the lead on Saturday night,” Winger said. “I was able to kinda sit behind (Jeremy) Shaw there and I was able to kinda find a line that worked for me. I knew whenever I found what I did, especially down here leaving (turn) three, I moved my entry out (by) two car-lengths and just stayed where Cade (Dillard) was at. It’s always fun racing with him man, he’s hard to beat and he’s really really good. It’s really awesome to race with good guys like him and it’s cool to see David (Breazeale) have a good run.

“A big thank you to Jeff Mathews and everyone who makes this team possible.”

On Friday afternoon, Ashton Winger unloaded his Jeff Mathews Motorsports No. Super 12 Late Model at Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Miss.) for the first night of the Cotton Pickin' 100 with the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series.

Among a strong field of 46 Late Models, Winger topped the charts in his qualifying group and followed that up with a heat race victory. Rolling off from the outside pole in the $4,000-to-win feature, Ashton battled with the lead duo but settled for a third-place outing on the podium.

With another complete show on tap Saturday evening, Ashton was once again victorious in his heat race which earned him the third-place starting position in the 60-lap main event. Dueling with Cade Dillard in the early stages of the feature, Winger took the lead for good on lap 23 and completed the remaining 37 laps unchallenged to score the $12,000 victory.

He topped Dillard for the race win while David Breazeale, Neil Baggett, and Wil Herrington completed the Top-5 as Winger’s 2023-win total soared to 13.

Full results from the weekend are available at .
Winger carries his momentum into the upcoming Hunt The Front Super Dirt Series Super Late Model weekend at Talladega Short Track (Eastaboga, Ala.). Action opens on Friday with a $5,038-to-win program, while Saturday’s action is headlined by a $9,700-to-win finale.

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Ashton Winger would like to thank all of his marketing partners, which include Jeff Mathews Motorsports, Recreational Vehicle Select, Credit Union Remarketing Solutions, Johnny Doan Plumbing, Angry Elephant Tattoos & Piercings, Super K Express, Keyser Manufacturing, Integra Shocks and Springs, Renegade Performance Fuels, FK Rod Ends, Hoosier Tire, Simpson Race Products, Collins Signs,, Boydbilt, Wrap Tech, and MyRacePass Marketing & PR Services.

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Ricky Thornton Jr. Races to First Jackson 100 Victory for 32nd Win of ‘23
Three-Race Weekend Up Next for Arizona Native

MARTINSVILLE, Ind. (09/25/23) – Ricky Thornton Jr. added another first-time accomplishment to his trophy case on Saturday night with a maiden trip to Victory Lane in the historic Jackson 100.

Thornton Jr. overcame a battle with Hudson O’Neal to snare the $30,000 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory with his SSI Motorsports / Coltman Farms / Hoker Trucking No. 20RT Dyno One Inc. / Excel Floor Covering / Sub-Surface of Indiana / Longhorn Chassis / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

“Once he (Hudson O’Neal) got by me I thought the race was over. I moved up to his lane and he just drove off. I just kept my cool. He made one little mistake over there off two and I think it broke his concentration a little bit and then he started searching around,” Thornton Jr. noted. “It’s pretty awesome to win this race. I felt like I had a pretty good car early. I didn’t know what to do on the restart whether I needed to be high or low. He got by me, and I thought I just gave this one away. It’s pretty cool for Todd and Vickie (Burns) to get their second Jackson win here.”

Coming off a complete sweep of the Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals, Ricky Thornton Jr. returned to action with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) at Brownstown (Ind.) Speedway (Brownstown, Ind.) aboard his SSI Motorsports No. 20RT Super Late Model for Friday’s C.J. Rayburn Memorial.

With 45 Late Models entered, Thornton followed up the second-fastest time in his group with a convincing heat race win. Moving forward one spot in the 40-lap feature, Ricky challenged front-running Mike Marlar late in the closing laps but came 0.802-seconds short at the line of the victory.

On Saturday evening, Ricky outran fellow front-row starter Brandon Overton in his heat race to pick up the eight-lap victory.

Thornton Jr. paced the first 57 laps before Hudson O’Neal shot past for the lead on a restart. Wrestling away the lead back from O’Neal on lap 86 of the feature, Ricky stormed to his first career Jackson 100 victory and his 32nd overall of the season in the 100-lap affair. He banked a $30,000 payday ahead of O’Neal, Devin Moran, Tim McCreadie, and Cory Hedgecock.

Thornton is currently 435 markers ahead of Hudson O’Neal for the lead in the latest LOLMDS point standings.

Full results from the events are available at .

The team stays this busy with a trio of events. Action opens with the ninth round of the Castrol FloRacing Night in America season on Wednesday night at Tyler County Speedway (Middlebourne, W.Va.), where a $23,023 top prize is on the line. Ricky enters the weekend fourth in the series points.

From there the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) sanctions a $12,000-to-win program on Friday night at Raceway 7 (Conneaut, Ohio) before invading Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway (Imperial, Pa.) on Saturday for the 2023 edition of the Pittsburgher, which posts a $30,000 top prize.

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Ricky Thornton Jr. would like to thank all of his marketing partners, which include: SSI Motorsports, Dyno One, Excel Floor Covering, Coltman Farms, Hoker Trucking, Certified Inspection Service (CSI), High Performance Lubricants, Big River Steel, Van Meter Insurance Group, Varsitee Screen Printing, West Side Tractor Sales Co., Sub-Surface of Indiana, Midwest Sheet Metal, D&E Outside Services, Lethal Chassis, Dylan Earven Foundation, EMD Wraps, Brembo, Keyser Manufacturing, Wiles Driveshafts, Barnes Systems, Strange Oval, Schoenfeld Headers, The Joie of Seating, Earnhardt Technologies, FK Rod Ends, BMRS, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Hoosier Tire, Performance Bodies, Jones Racing Products, Simpson Racing Products, NAPA (Morgantown – Bargersville), Swift Springs, Bilstein, Winning Edge Carburetion, Longhorn Chassis, Clements Racing Engines, and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

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Mike Marlar Claims Emotional Win in Brownstown’s C.J. Rayburn Memorial
Team Continues 2023 Season this Wednesday at Tyler County Speedway

WINFIELD, Tenn. (09/25/23) – Mike Marlar claimed one of the most emotional wins of his career on Friday night at Indiana’s Brownstown Speedway. Marlar streaked to the $10,000 victory in the second annual C.J. Rayburn Memorial with his Delk Equipment Sales / Petroff Towing No. 157 Can-Am Auto Salvage / Mesilla Valley Transportation / Longhorn Race Car / Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

The night saluted the legacy of one of Mike’s most influential mentors.

“I will try to keep it together, C.J.’s special to us and when he passed away, I took it as hard as when my granddad or anybody. I fought hard there, I didn’t have the best car, but he (C.J.) was up there helping me out. I was just making it happen,” Marlar shared in Lucas OIl Victory Lane on Friday night. “I am just glad that C.J.’s family and all of these supporters of Brownstown Speedway were here. He (C.J.) means so much to all of us and we hated to lose him, but nobody ever lived as good as he did. So, I just really miss him, and miss him everyday honestly and I was glad to get this race won. It’s definitely one of the biggest ones for sure.”

Rejoining the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) for the Jackson 100 weekend, Mike Marlar entered the Delk Equipment Sales No. 157 Late Model into battle at Brownstown (Ind.) Speedway for Friday’s C.J. Rayburn Memorial.

With 45 Late Models amassed for the opening round of the two-day weekend, Marlar backed up the second-fastest qualifying lap in his group with a heat race victory.

Charging into the lead on the ninth circuit of the feature after the front-runner slipped over the frontstretch banking, Mike paced the remainder of the 40-lapper to claim his 10th win of the season and 19th-career LOLMDS victory.

He earned a $10,000 payday ahead of Ricky Thornton Jr., Devin Moran, Jonathan Davenport, and Nick Hoffman.

The following night, Mike raced into the $30,000-to-win 44th annual Jackson 100 finale with an eight-lap heat race win.

Rolling off fourth, Marlar challenged for the lead early but was eventually forced pitside on lap 54 with a flat right-rear tire. He retired seven circuits later to a 19th-place finish.

Full results from the events are available at .

Mike will be back in the driver’s seat this Wednesday at Tyler County Speedway (Middlebourne, W.Va.) with $23,023-to-win Castrol FloRacing Night in America program.

Marlar currently sits eighth in the latest miniseries standings.

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Mike Marlar Racing would like to thank their great marketing partners, which include Delk Equipment, Bilstein, Delk Marlar Racing Development, Can-Am Auto Salvage, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Petroff Towing, Paulson Stussy Construction, Total Power, PEM, VP Racing, Longhorn Chassis, Midwest Sheet Metal, Arizona Sport Shirts,, Bell Helmets, Hoosier Tire, K1 Race Gear, Swift Springs, Winning Edge Carburetors, Allstar Performance, XS Power Batteries, Gorsuch Performance Solutions, PRO-FABrication Headers & Exhaust, Earnhardt Technologies Group, Wiles Driveshafts, Capital Signs, Stanley Best Heating & Air, JSR Properties LLC, PPM Racing Products, FK Rod Ends, Accu-Force Shock Dyno, Performance Bodies & Parts, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Winters Rearends, and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

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Hudson O’Neal Finishes Second in 44th Ann. Jackson 100
Tyler County Speedway, Raceway 7, and PPMS on this Week’s Slate

SHINNSTON, W.Va. (09/25/23) Hudson O’Neal charged from the 10th-starting position to the lead late in Saturday’s 44th annual Jackson 100, but ultimately came up short of claiming his second triumph in the event.

He crossed the finish line in second with his Rocket1 Racing / Valvoline / Seubert Calf Ranches No. 1 Ace Metal Works / XR1 Rocket Chassis / Durham Racing Engine Super Late Model.

Saturday’s performance came on the heels of O’Neal only being able to manage an 11th-place finish on Friday night.

“After the weekend we’ve had, we just haven’t been where we needed to be, and we just kept working and working and my guys really worked their tails off trying to get better,” Hudson O’Neal shared after Saturday night’s finale. “We had a great race car there, just unfortunately I just didn’t quite have as good a race car as Ricky (Thornton Jr.) did in lapped traffic. I felt pretty good whenever I was out by myself and able to roll that top. Whenever I got behind people, I just struggled a little bit. Man, we will take second after starting 10th we were able to pass a lot of good guys.”

Rocket1 Racing and Hudson O’Neal followed the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) to Brownstown (Ind.) Speedway to kick off the Jackson 100 weekend with Friday’s C.J. Rayburn Memorial.

After securing his spot into the opener via a consolation victory, O’Neal charged forward seven spots in the 40-lapper to place 11th.

Improving on his qualifying effort on Saturday, Hudson timed in seventh-fastest in his 23-car group before coming in third in his heat race.

Starting the $30,000-to-win Jackson 100 finale in the 10th position, O’Neal climbed eight positions to register a second-place finish. He tracked down early leader Ricky Thornton Jr. on lap 58 and led the ensuing 28 circuits but wasn’t able to repel a charging Thornton in the closing distance of the 100-lap affair. O’Neal finished second with Devin Moran rounding out the podium.
O'Neal remains second in the latest LOLMDS point standings.
Full results from the events are available at .

The upcoming week has three races on the schedule. Action opens at West Virginia’s Tyler County Speedway on Wednesday with a $23,023 top prize on the line in the ninth round of the 2023 Castrol FloRacing Night in America slate. O’Neal is currently second in the latest series’ standings.

From there the team has a pair of LOLMDS races in their sights with a $12,000-to-win event at Raceway 7 (Conneaut, Ohio) on Friday and the $30,000-to-win Pittsburgher 100 at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway (Imperial, Pa.) on Saturday.

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Rocket1 Racing would like to thank all of their marketing partners, which include Valvoline, Seubert Calf Ranches, Rocket Chassis, Ace Metal Works, Durham Racing Engines, Five Star RaceCar Bodies, Gunter’s Honey, Performance Grading, Hoosier Racing Tire, Integra Racing Shocks, Keyser Manufacturing, Petroff Towing, Slavic Custom Racing Shirts & Decals, WR1 Sim Chassis, O’Neal’s Salvage & Recycling, Sweet Manufacturing, Sunoco Race Fuels, Accu-Force Shock Service, ATL Fuel Cells, Aurora Rod Ends, Barnes Dry Sump Oil Systems, Bazell Race Fuels, Beyea Custom Headers, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, Brinn Transmissions, Cometic Gasket, COMP Cams, CP Carrillo, Dohm Cycles, Edelbrock, Fibreworks Composites, Hardrock Powder Coating, Howe Racing Enterprises, Jones Racing Products, Kenny’s Components, Maxima Racing Oils, MSD, E3 Spark Plugs, Tel Tac, Performance Bodies, Peterson Fluid Systems, Powers Performance, Performance Rod & Custom, Quarter Master, QuickCar Racing Products, Rocket Pre-Owned Motors, Safecraft, Show Trucks Unlimited, Simpson, Stealth Carburetors, Strange Oval, Suave Talk, Total Power Valvoline Pro-V Racing, Walker Performance Filtration, Weld Racing, Wiles Driveshafts, Wilwood Brakes, Winters Performance Products, Wrisco Aluminum, Xceldyne Valvetrain, and MyRacePass Marketing Services.

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Billy Moyer Jr. Collects $4,000 CCSDS Cotton Pickin’ Opener Win
Extends Advantage Atop COMP Cams Super Dirt Series

Batesville, Arkansas (09/25/23) – Billy Moyer Jr. survived late-race challenges to pick up the $4,000 COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) Cotton Pickin’ opener win on Friday night at Magnolia Motor Speedway.

His fourth win of the year came in his Henderson Motorsports No. 21 Mesilla Valley Transportation / Phillips CPA / Pontiac RV / Bilstein / Longhorn Race Car / Clements Racing Engines Super Late Model.

“It was another solid weekend for this Henderson Motorsports team. On Friday night we were pacing through lapped traffic there because some of those guys were having a hard time, and Evan (Ellis) got by me, and thankfully I was able to get back around him one lap later. I was trying to hit my marks there late, and it all worked out and we got the win. On Saturday we got buried early and weren’t able to rebound much in the feature, but still came away with an 11th-place finish,” Moyer Jr. noted. “Thanks to Henderson Motorsports, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Phillips CPA, all my sponsors, and everybody who makes this possible.

“With what the Henderson family has done this year, providing me with this ride and this crew, it allows me to focus on driving the car, and I can’t thank them enough for that. We’re focused on getting the championship, and this was a great weekend for us.”

Billy Moyer Jr. and the Henderson Motorsports team invaded Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Miss.) on Friday to compete in the two-day Cotton Pickin’ 100.

Drawing 46 COMP Cam Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) entries, Moyer Jr. raced into the opener with a third-to-first showing in his heat race.

Leading 39 laps of the 40-lap feature, Billy regained the lead from Evan Ellis on lap 22 and went on to pick up his fourth win of the season and 22nd-career CCSDS triumph.

He earned $4,000 ahead of Ellis and Ashton Winger.
On Saturday, Billy’s third-place finish in his heat race positioned him on the sixth row for the $12,000-to-win Cotton Pickin’ 100 finale.

Clawing forward one spot in the 60-lap affair, Moyer Jr. recorded an 11th-place outing.

Billy holds a 52-point advantage atop the latest CCSDS point standings with just two events remaining in the 2023 season.

Full results from the event are available at .

The team is currently evaluating when-and-where their next will be. Once finalized, the details will be posted on the team’s online home at .

Billy Moyer Jr. would like to thank all of his sponsors including Phillips CPA Firm, Henderson Motorsports, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Pontiac RV, FK Rod Ends, Tye Twarog Racing, High Tech Special Effects, Clements Racing Engines, ROCKHARD Powder Coating, Keith Hammett Trucking, Fragola Systems, Eibach Springs, Imperial Motors, Outerwears, XS Power Batteries, Sunoco Race Fuels, Bert Transmission, New Vision Graphics, FSR Racing Products, Midwest Sheet Metal, Bilstein, Longhorn Chassis, Gears Unlimited, Wiles Driveshafts, Performance Bodies, Hoosier Tire South by Pup, Pulse Innovations, 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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Rodney Sanders Snares USMTS Fall Jamboree Opener Win
Mississippi Thunder Speedway Double Shot on Tap this Week

HAPPY, Tex. (09/25/23) – While Mother Nature swept the final two rounds of the 2023 edition of the Fall Jamboree at Deer Creek Speedway, Rodney Sanders snared the victory in the single round of action that was contested with his Wichita Tank Racing / Paulson Rock Products / Stussy Construction No. 20 Texas Locomotive Solutions / Kenny’s Tile / ARMI Contractors / MB Customs Race Car / Hatfield Racing Engine Modified.

The win was his 15th of the 2023 campaign.

“I felt like it was going to be top dominant, at least (in turns one and two) pretty much all night, but this end was starting to go away and usually it trickles back down,” Sanders said after collecting a $3,000 paycheck. “I felt like I was kind of just stalling out at the end, but we had a good car and track position really helps, but this car has been on a rail lately. It was a bummer to see the final two nights of the weekend rained out, but that’s part of the game this time of year. We’re looking forward to heading to Mississippi Thunder (Speedway) this weekend.”

Rodney Sanders began the 25th edition of the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS) Fall Jamboree on Thursday with a $3,000 victory at the “Mecca of Modifieds.”

Eighty-one USMTS competitors were in the pits at the 3/8-mile Deer Creek Speedway (Spring Valley, Minnesota) for Thursday’s program, which saw Sanders clock the second-quickest time in his qualifying group. The Spring Valley, Texas, native who now calls Minnesota home then turned in a sixth-to-second run in his heat race.

He started on the pole in the 35-lap feature and led every circuit, expertly navigating lapped traffic and keeping competitors at bay throughout the race. Sanders took the victory by 3.672 seconds over Tanner Mullens, with Brandon Davis completing the podium. Jason Hughes finished fourth and Dereck Ramirez came home fifth.

The victory was Sanders’s fourth in USMTS competition this season, moving him into a tie with Jake Timm for the series win lead, and his 15th A-Main win overall. Sanders has also now won 14 times at Deer Creek, tying him with Jason Hughes for the most victories at the high-banked clay oval.

Sanders increased his points lead in the USMTS National standings as well, moving him ever closer to his fifth series title.

The Friday and Saturday events of the Fall Jamboree were rained out and are slated to be made up next Spring.

Full weekend results are available at .

Rodney returns to action this Friday and Saturday with a pair of USRA Modified events at Mississippi Thunder Speedway (Fountain City, Wisc.).

Full details on the events can be found at .

Rodney Sanders would like to thank all of his sponsors including Wichita Tank Racing, ARMI Contractors, Mesilla Valley Transportation, S&S Fishing and Rental, Kenny’s Tile, MB Customs, Hatfield Race Engines, Hibner Logging, Keith Hammett Trucking & Construction, Bergman Tax and Accounting, Paulson Rock Products, Stussy Construction, Integra Shocks, Shocker Hitch, Olsen Custom Farms, Swift Springs, Texas Locomotive Solutions, American Masonry Contractors, FK Rod Ends, CMD Race Shocks, Wehrs Machine, 87 Automotive, Keyser Manufacturing, Allstar Performance, Speedway Motors, Schoenfeld Headers, JE Pistons, Walker Performance Filtration, Day Motorsports, Real Wheels, Palmer Painting, Deatherage Opticians, Wilwood Brakes, PEM Rearends, Winning Edge Carburetors, McCartney Welding, Simpson Race Products, and Website & Marketing Services.

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CJB and Bayston ninth at Sharon; All roads lead to The Grove

2023 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series Standings: 8th | 7590 points

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CARLISLE, Pa. (September 25, 2023) - It was an up and down weekend in the Buckeye State for CJB Motorsports and Spencer Bayston, but the ups definitely outweighed the downs, ultimately concluding their two-race sweep through Ohio with a top-ten score at Hartford’s Sharon Speedway on Saturday, September 23. Bayston, a World of Outlaws winner in Pevely, Missouri, this season, finished ninth in his Sharon invasion, commencing the evening’s A-Main from 12th on the grid. The top-ten stat bumps Bayston’s season total to 38, ten of which accomplished within the top-five.

As mentioned, Bayston’s weekend also included a down, forced to end his main event campaign at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, on Friday, September 22, as the result of contact with the outside retaining wall. The former World of Outlaws Rookie of the Year, and ace of the TrueTimber Camo, Rothco, JRC Transportation, Nyce Crete and Landis, Ecynbro Trucking, C&S Lawn and Landscape, Kistler Engines, No. 5 sprint car, started 14th on Eldora’s Befour the Crowns Showdown grid.

“Friday was tough for us…not the showing we wanted. I needed to do a better job in the heat race to get us closer to the front for the main, but unfortunately, things didn’t turn out that way,” Lebanon, Indiana’s Bayston expressed. “It felt good to rebound and end Saturday with a positive outcome. We made progress every time we were on the track and that’s important.

“I’m looking forward to some extra time at the shop over the next few weeks,” Bayston added. “The team deserves the time at home.”

Spencer Bayston and CJB Motorsports will continue their 2023 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series campaign with Williams Grove Speedway’s 61st Champion Racing Oil National Open on Friday and Saturday, September 29-30. Saturday’s finale will award a $75,000 payday.

Spencer Bayston and CJB Motorsports would like to thank all of their marketing partners: TrueTimber Camo, Rothco, JRC Transportation, Nyce Crete and Landis, Ecynbro Trucking, C&S Lawn and Landscape, Kistler Engines, Highlands’ Power Sports, High Performance Lubricants, FK Rod Ends, Allstar Performance, Brown and Miller Racing Solutions, Walker Filtration, Schoenfeld Headers, Ti22 Performance, Wilwood Disc Brakes, Fine Line Auto Body, All Pro Aluminum Cylinder Heads, Smith Titanium, HRP, Factory Kahne Shocks, Ultrashield, Andrews Quick Change Gears, Blackbeard, Vahlco Wheels, Kinsler Fuel Injection, ATL, Winters, Fastener Specialties, KSE Racing Products, System 1 Pro Ignition, Maxim Racing, KH Suspension, RRi Designs, QuickCar Racing Products, Outerwears, Moose Blocks, Safety-Kleen.

Wins: 1
Top-Fives: 10
Top-Tens: 38

Kicked-off 2023 campaign with back-to-back top-ten scores against the All Star Circuit of Champions at Volusia Speedway Park on Tuesday and Wednesday, February 7-8; finished fourth and eighth, respectively. Finished sixth and fifth at Volusia Speedway Park (DIRTcar Nationals make-up feature and Spring Showdown finale) on Sunday and Monday, March 5-6. Finished third at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Alabama, on Friday evening, March 24; Spencer Bayston’s first-ever visit to Talladega. Finished eighth and ninth, respectively, in Devil’s Bowl Speedway’s two-day Texas Outlaw Nationals on Friday and Saturday, March 31 and April 1. Finished fourth in the Jason Johnson Classic at 81 Speedway in Wichita, Kansas, on Saturday, April 8. Finished seventh during High Limit Sprint Car Series competition at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas, on April 11. Finished eighth during I-55 Showdown at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely, Missouri, on Friday, April 14. Finished tenth during action at Tri-State Speedway in Haubstadt, Indiana, on Saturday, April 29. Finished seventh from 12th in Eldora Speedway’s Let’s Race Two finale on Saturday, May 6. Finished sixth in Lincoln Speedway’s Gettysburg Clash on Wednesday, May 10. Finished tenth and seventh in Ohio Outlaw starts at Attica Raceway Park and Sharon Speedway on Friday and Saturday, May 19-20. Finished seventh from 16th at Atomic Speedway in Chillicothe, Ohio, on Friday, May 26. Finished ninth on back-to-back occasions during starts at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, North Dakota, and Ogilvie Raceway in Ogilvie, Minnesota, on Friday and Saturday, June 2-3. Finished ninth at Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa, on Saturday, June 10. Earned back-to-back top-ten scores in Beaver Dam Raceway’s Jim “JB” Boyd Memorial on Friday and Saturday, June 16-17; tenth and sixth, respectively. Earned four consecutive top-ten finishes in Huset’s Speedway’s High Bank Nationals. Capped weekend with eighth-place run in $250,000-to-win finale on Saturday, June 24. Earned back-to-back top-five finishes in Cedar Lake Speedway’s annual Independence Day Spectacular on Friday and Saturday, June 30 and July 1; fifth on Friday and second on Saturday. Finished ninth at Wilmot Raceway in Wilmot, Wisconsin, on Saturday, July 8. Finished tenth in Eldora Speedway’s Eldora Million Preliminary on Wednesday, July 12. Finished eighth in Eldora Speedway’s Knight Before the Kings Royal on Friday, July 14. Finished fourth in $20,000-to-win Williams Grove Speedway Summer Nationals finale on Saturday, July 22. Won Ironman 55 preliminary main event on Friday, August 4. Finished sixth in Ironman 55 (I-55 Raceway) finale on Saturday, August 5. Finished third in Knoxville Nationals preliminary A-Main on Thursday, August 10. Finished 11th in Knoxville Nationals finale A-Main on Saturday, August 12. Finished tenth in $25,000-to-win Jackson Nationals finale at Jackson Motorplex in Jackson, Minnesota, on Saturday, August 19. Finished sixth at River Cities Speedway in Grand Forks, North Dakota, on Friday, August 25. Finished tenth at Red River Valley Speedway in West Fargo, North Dakota, on Saturday, August 26. Finished fifth in Sage Fruit Skagit Nationals opener on Thursday, August 31. Finished seventh in Sage Fruit Skagit Nationals finale on Saturday, September 2. Finished eighth in the Gold Cup Race of Champions finale at Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico, California, on Saturday, September 9. Finished seventh at Placerville Speedway in Placerville, California, on Saturday, September 16. Finished ninth at Sharon Speedway in Hartford, Ohio, on Saturday, September 23.

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