Weaver wins in a wild finish at Volusia!

Wednesday May 2, 2018 (Volusia Speedway Park) - After shaking off a disappointing finish last week at Knoxville, Howard Weaver found victory lane tonight in a wild ending at the Volusia Speedway Park after 50 laps.

Weaver started on the pole for the race and led every lap before a race ending caution on the last lap coming to the checkers. Weaver and second place running (and points leader) Dylan Wilson were collected in the ensuing pileup but the field was frozen in turn four when the caution occurred.

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Ducharme nabs first career win at VLR in thriller

Tuesday May 1, 2018 (Lanier Speedway) - Tyler Ducharme made his name known in a big way at VLR after marching from 10th to win tonight at Lanier in the Super Late Models. Ducharme's previous best finish at VLR was a 17th place at Limaland.

The Vermont driver spent much of the race just outside the top five before making a late charge to the front while working the bottom side of the track. Ducharme passed pole-sitter Brad Moore with 25 laps to go and never looked back on his way to his first career win at VLR.

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Wilson survives late carnage to win at Knoxville!

Wednesday April 25, 2018 (Knoxville Raceway) - For the fourth time this season, the Kool-Aid man Dylan Wilson parked his car in victory circle at Knoxville after surviving some late race mayhem and taking the points lead back from Howard Weaver in the process.

The stat sheet will show that Wilson led all but one lap of the 60 lap affair, but the Bakersfield, CA driver never had any breathing room with drivers like Jacob Leverstein and Zakery Rounds breathing down his bumper for the entirety of the race.

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Rounds takes home win in the Race of the Year at VLR!

Tuesday April 24, 2018 (Knoxville Raceway) - Fresh off a win two weeks ago at VLR, Zakery Rounds decided he liked the feeling and wanted it again. The Michigan driver did just that in the race of the year for the late models with a last lap pass for the victory.

Rounds was running six with six laps to go, nearly two seconds behind the leader and seemingly out of contention. Much like his win two weeks ago at Limaland however, he would work the cushion better than anyone and run down the leaders who were entrenched in a three-way battle before passing second and third and trading slidejobs with Austin Carr in the last two laps.

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