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COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Lone Star Finale Nixed By Rain
Timothy Culp is the Champ; Scott Crigler Named Rookie of the Year

Conway, Arkansas (11/29/19) – Much of the first half of the 2019 COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil season was plagued by rain, so it only makes sense that the season has been bookended with a rained-out finale. Such is the case for this Saturday’s scheduled Topless Turkey Nationals at Texas’ LoneStar Speedway. Due to a forecasted weekend washout, the $5,000-to-win event has been canceled and will not be made up. (Heath Lawson photo)

As a result, Prattsville, Arkansas driver, Timothy Culp is officially the 2019 COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Champion. Additionally, Alton, Missouri’s Scott Crigler is the 2019 Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year.

“You hate to end the year with two rainouts but Mother Nature got us at the beginning of the month at Jackson Motor Speedway and now it got us at LoneStar Speedway,” said first-year CCSDS CEO Chris Sullivan. “Congratulations to Timothy Culp on his first-ever COMP Cams Super Dirt Series championship as well as Scott Crigler on his Rookie of the Year title.

“Thanks so much to each-and-every person, who supported the tour in 2019. We are finalizing the 2020 schedule now and hope to release it in the week. There’s a lot of exciting things in store for fans and racers alike next season.”

Timothy Culp scored the title by 23 points over Missouri’s Tony Jackson Jr.

Brian Rickman, B.J. Robinson, Morgan Bagley, Kyle Beard, Hunter Rasdon, Scott Crigler, Chad Mallett, and David Payne rounded out the Top-10 in the final standings.

Meanwhile, Crigler clinched the Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year Championship over Chad Mallett.

The 2020 COMP Cams Super Series slate is expected to be released in the coming week.

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Tony Jackson Jr. Bounces Back for CCSDS Checkers at Lucas Oil Speedway
All American 60 Up Next at Jackson Motor Speedway

1Wheatland, Missouri (10/13/19) – Saturday night was a forgettable outing for Tony Jackson Jr. at Lucas Oil Speedway. However, Sunday evening found the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil championship contender get back into the thick of things in convincing fashion. He led all 40 laps on his way to the $3,000 triumph in the finale of the sixth annual Lucas Oil Fall Nationals. (Lloyd Collins photo)

"We've had a good car ever since we unloaded," stated Jackson Jr. "We broke a shock on the first lap last night and just had to stay out there for points. Sometimes you've just got to take the good with the bad. Sometimes the lapped traffic helps you and sometimes it hurts you. They had a pretty good pace tonight, so I wasn't real anxious to get by them. It was all good." >>READ MORE


The Reaper Races to First-Career CCSDS Victory at Lucas Oil Speedway
Sixth Annual Lucas Oil Fall Nationals Concludes on Sunday Afternoon

1Wheatland, Missouri (10/12/19) – Overcoming being collected in a lap-1, multi-car tangle, 10th-starting Ryan Gustin of Marshalltown Iowa stormed to his first-career COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil win on Saturday night at the state-of-the-art confines of Lucas Oil Speedway.

"This Rocket (XR-1) was just on a rail," the 10th-starting Gustin said in victory lane, praising his crew for getting it prepared. “Never in my wildest dreams did I imagine we'd come back [to racing Dirt Late Models] and win like that. But this XR1 is on a rail and it don't get no better.” (Lloyd Collins photo) >>READ MORE


Chris Brown Bests Field in Southern Dirt Track Championship Finale
Sixth Annual Lucas Oil Fall Nationals Up Next

1Justin, Texas (09/14/19) – Making just his second Dirt Late Model start of the season on Saturday night, Texas native Chris Brown streaked to the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil victory during the finale for the inaugural Southern Dirt Track Championship at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway.

His first-career series win was worth $7,000.

The Spring, Texas racer surged past New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter, Timothy Culp to the lead just before midway point of the finale. He went on to drive away from the field to bag the triumph. Friday night’s winner Cade Dillard crossed the finish line in the second position, while Culp finished third with John O. Whittington and Payton Looney rounded out the Top-5 finishers. >>READ MORE


Cade Dillard Wins Southern Dirt Track Championship Opener
Action Continues on Saturday Night with $7,000-To-Win Event

1Justin, Texas (07/13/19) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil sanctioned the opening round of the inaugural Southern Dirt Track Championship on Friday night at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway. Forty-one entries took part in the event, and Cade Dillard staged a late-race charge to the lead and ultimately the $3,500 victory.

Payton Looney led much of the race from the outside front-row, starting spot before fifth-starting Cade Dillard took over the lead. Dillard went on to pick up his first series win of 2019, and his second-career triumph. Looney, Colton Horner, John Whittington and Timothy Culp completed the Top-5 finishers. >>READ MORE

Tire Rule Set for Inaugural Southern Dirt Track Championship

Conway, Arkansas (09/04/19) - The tire rule is set for the inaugural Southern Dirt Track Championship. The tire rule for the weekend will be Hoosier 1350 on all four corners with a Hoosier LM40 right-rear option.

The event is set for Friday-Saturday, September 13-14 at the Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway (Justin, Texas). Friday's program is headlined by a $3,500-to-win/$350-to-start race and Saturday's finale posts a $7,000-to-win/$500-to-start.


Chad Thrash Conquers CCSDS Action for the First Time
Inaugural Southern Dirt Track Championship Up Next


1Columbus, Mississippi (09/01/19) – Sunday night’s COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil event at Magnolia Motor Speedway found a first-time victor on the tour in Victory Lane. Home state driver Chad Thrash piloted his No. 1c entry to the $3,000 triumph. (Woody Hampton photo)

“Ever since the Lucas Oil race here at Magnolia a few months ago, we found some stuff on the car and fixed it and we’ve been good ever since,” Thrash said after scoring the inaugural win. “I want to thank my Mom, Dad, and everybody that helps make my program possible.”

From New Vision Graphics Pole Position Chad Thrash dominated the 40 lapper. While the Meridian, Mississippi driver paced every circuit, the action behind him was fast and furious. >>READ MORE


Timothy Culp Surges for CCSDS Checkers at Jackson
Labor Day Classic Weekend Wraps Up Sunday Night at Magnolia Motor Speedway


1Byram, Mississippi (08/31/19) – Taking the lead with just 12 laps remaining, Timothy Culp charged to the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil feature win on Saturday night at Jackson Motor Speedway. The $3,000 triumph marked his second series’ triumph of 2019.

“I haven’t been here in a Late Model in several years. I guess I kinda miss this place,” said Culp. “It kinda fits my driving style. You know, you kinda got to get up on the wheel and be a little aggressive and you can root around there pretty good. The car was good. We could move all over the racetrack. Me and Bub (McCool) had a pretty good run. I was watching him, seeing where he was struggling just a little bit there the longer the race got and we caught him … just tried to figure out a good time to pass him in lapped traffic and stuff and it all worked out.”
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Morgan Bagley Motors to Crowley’s Ridge CCSDS Cash
Tripleheader Action Continues on Saturday at Jackson Motor Speedway


1Paragould, Arkansas (08/30/19) – For the first time in 2019, Texas’ native Morgan Bagley parked his No. 14 Super Late Model in Victory Lane with the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil. The maiden voyage to Victory Lane came on Friday night in his first-ever trip to Crowley’s Ridge Raceway.

“We just kinda bided our time early there, starting back in the eighth position and before I knew it I was up to third and reeling in Timmy [Culp] and [Kyle] Beard. Those guys were having a heck of a battle, but then they got bottled up in lapped traffic, and I took advantage,” Bagley said. “Culp had to move off the bottom to work past a lapped car, and I was able to take advantage and get the lead. After that the track really started to clean up on the bottom, and I knew I just had to hit my marks.” >>READ MORE


Madden Snares First-Career COMP Cams Topless 100 Championship

1LOCUST GROVE, Ark. (08/17/19) - Chris Madden is undoubtably the hottest driver in dirt late model racing after winning his third consecutive crown jewel event in as many weeks on Saturday night.

The 44-year-old South Carolina native stormed to his first career COMP Cams Topless 100 - Presented by Nutrien Ag Solutions at Batesville Motor Speedway. Madden earned $40,000 for his effort and became the fifteenth different driver to win the annual crown jewel event sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series. >>READ MORE


Bloomquist Tops Topless 100 Night No. 2 Action

On a historic night for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, the tour's all-time winningest driver Scott Bloomquist won his first series event since July 2018.

The 55-year-old Hall-of-Fame driver captured the 30-lap feature on the eve of the 27th Annual COMP Cams Topless 100 - Presented by Nutrien Ag Solutions on Friday night.

The 600th event in the series history saw a battle for the lead between Bloomquist and his Team Zero teammate Chris Madden go down to the finish as Bloomquist held off Madden. Madden entered the race with a three-race LOLMDS win streak. With their 1-2 finish on Friday night, Madden and Bloomquist will make up the front row for the $40,000-to-win crown jewel event on Saturday night. >>READ MORE


Chris Madden Rolls to Win in COMP Cams Topless 100 Opener

1Locust Grove, Arkansas (08/15/19)
- Chris Madden continued his recent hot streak by winning Thursday night's opener at Batesville Motor Speedway.

The win marks his third consecutive trip to Victory Lane in Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series competition and his first-career COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Super Late Model victory. Madden survived a battle with Brandon Overton to score the victory on night one of the COMP Cams Topless 100 - Presented by Nutrien Ag Solutions.

Madden was unchallenged other than when he slid up the track after a lap 19 restart and Overton forged ahead on lap 21. Overton slid up the track a lap later which allowed Madden to get back by him and go on for the victory, his 11th career Lucas Oil Late Model Late Model Dirt Series win. >>READ MORE


Robert Baker Bags $5,000 CCSDS Triumph at I-30 Speedway
COMP Cams Topless 100 Up Next at Batesville Motor Speedway


1Little Rock, Arkansas (08/03/19) – On Saturday night, Robert Baker became the third different winner in as many years of the Will McGary Tribute Race at I-30 Speedway. He pocketed $5,000 for COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil triumph at the ¼-mile oval.

With his triumph Baker joined Billy Moyer and Jack Sullivan as former winners of the event.

The Alexander, Arkansas native rocketed to the victory from the New Vision Graphics Pole Position. He led all 40 laps of the tribute race to collect his sixth-career win. >>READ MORE



Kyle Beard Surges Late for CCSDS Checkers at Old No. 1
Action Continues on Saturday Night at I-30 Speedway


1Harrisburg, Arkansas (08/02/19) – Two-time COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil champion, Kyle Beard overtook Jason Papich for the lead with eight laps remaining to win Saturday night at Old No. 1 Speedway.

The victory was the 15th of his career with the series and paid $2,500.

Snagging the lead from the New Vision Graphics Pole Award Winner, Dane Dacus on the opening circuit, Papich led the first 22 circles before multi-time Old No. 1 Speedway Track Champion, Kyle Beard charged to the lead the final eight laps for his first-series win of 2019.

Dane Dacus, Logan Martin, and Mason Oberkramer completed the Top-5 finishers. >>READ MORE


COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Opens August with Arkansas Doubleheader
Old No. 1 Speedway and I-30 Speedway Up Next


Conway, Arkansas (07/30/19) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil thunders into the month of August with an Arkansas doubleheader this weekend.

Action opens on Friday night at Old No. 1 Speedway (Harrisburg, Arkansas) with a $2,500-to-win event, before shifting southwest to Tracey Clay’s I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) on Saturday night for the third annual Will McGary Memorial. A $5,000 winner’s check will be up for grabs in the night’s finale.

There have now been seven different winners in 10 series events this season.

Last weekend the series saw a pair of Show-Me State drivers bank their first-career wins with the tour. Logan Martin won on Friday night at Batesville Motor Speedway, while Mason Oberkramer streaked to Saturday night’s win.

While Tony Jackson Jr. continues to be the Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man atop the CCSDS standings, he saw a few points shaved off his advantage last weekend. Timothy Culp, Kyle Beard, Morgan Bagley, B.J. Robinson, Brian Rickman, Hunter Rasdon, Scott Crigler, Jesse Stovall, Charlie Cole and David Payne round out the current standings.

Scott Crigler continues to pace the Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year points over Charlie Cole and Chad Mallett.

On Friday, August 2 the CCSDS makes their lone appearance of 2019 at Old No. 1 Speedway (Harrisburg, Arkansas). The evening’s program culminates with a $2,500-to-win/ $400-to-start finale for the CCSDS contingent. Outlaw Modifieds and Factory Stocks also accompany the night’s action.

Gates open at 5:00 p.m. with hot laps at 7:30 p.m. and racing action at 8:00 p.m. Adult grandstand admission is $20 with children (ages 6-12) $10 and kids (ages 5-and-under) free. Pit passes are $35 with children (ages 6-12) $20.

On Saturday night the third annual Will McGary Tribute is set for I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas) as a $5,000-to-win/ $500-to-start, racing event headlines the night.

On this much anticipated night, racers and fans will join together to celebrate the life and prestige of fallen police officer, Will McGary.

McGary tragically lost his life in the line of duty on February 1, 2013. The hard-working young man was fatally struck by an impaired driver, while protecting and serving the citizens of Conway, Arkansas. He was only 26 years old.

While Will’s life may have been unfairly taken away far too soon on that fateful February day, his generosity and his spirit continue to live on. He was an organ donor.  In fact, three recipients received his heart and organs. They continue to live healthy lives because of Will’s generosity.

Those who knew McGary are quick to tell you just how special his giving nature truly was. With this in mind, it led to the formation of the Will McGary Foundation. The Foundation was created in honor of Will to continue his legacy by benefiting both the youth and law enforcement in Central Arkansas.

ASCS Elite Non-Wing Sprint Cars, IMCA Modifieds, Bumper-To-Bumper Super Stocks and Powder Puff will share the night’s spotlight.

Gates open at 4:00 p.m. with the draw closing at 6:30 p.m., hot laps at 7:00 p.m. and racing action at 7:30 p.m. Adult grandstand admission is $15 with children (ages 6-12) $1 and kids (ages 5-and-under) free. The first 100 children will receive free admission, courtesy of the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series.

The tire rule for both events is a Hoosier 1350 on all four corners with a Hoosier LM40 option for the right-rear only.

For more information on the weekend’s programs, please visit www.OldNo1Speedway.org and www.I-30Speedway.com .


Mason Oberkramer Claims CCSDS Triumph at Legit Speedway Park
Old No. 1 Speedway and I-30 Speedway Up Next


1West Plains, Missouri (07/27/19) – Saturday night’s COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil saw a first-time winner for the second time in as many nights.

After seeing fellow Show-Me State driver claim top honors on Friday night at Batesville Motor Speedway, Broseley, Missouri’s Mason Oberkramer streaked to his first-career CCSDS victory on Saturday night at Legit Speedway Park. >>READ MORE


Logan Martin Masters Batesville for First CCSDS Victory
Weekend Action Continues on Saturday Night at Legit Speedway


1Locust Grove, Arkansas (07/26/19) – Missouri’s Logan Martin streaked to his first-career COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil victory on Friday night at Batesville Motor Speedway.

The third-starting Martin overtook New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter, Timothy Culp on the 14th circuit and went on to lead the remainder of the 35-lap event en route to his first career CCSDS win. Culp staged a late-race charge but came up short in his bid as Martin secured the $2,500 victory.

Culp’s last-lap bid for the lead found him slipping to a fifth-place finish in the final rundown Jesse Stovall, Terry Phillips, and Robert Baker completed finishing spots two through four. >>READ MORE


Timothy Culp Tops CCSDS Action at Boothill Speedway
Batesville Motor Speedway and Legit Speedway Park Up Next


1Greenwood, Louisiana (07/20/19) – Timothy Culp charged to the lead on the third circuit on Saturday night at Louisiana’s Boothill Speedway and never looked back en route to the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil victory.

Culp overtook New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter Brett Frazier for the top spot on lap 3. Once out front the Louisiana native, who now resides in Prattsville, Arkansas, never relinquished the top spot. The victory in the $3,000-to-win, 40 lapper marked his first with the tour since November 2017 and was the sixth of his career. >>READ MORE


Tony Jackson Jr. Pads CCSDS Point’s Lead with Texarkana Victory
Weekend Action Continues on Saturday Night at Boothill Speedway


1Texarkana, Arkansas (07/19/19) – Friday night found the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil thundering into Texarkana 67 Speedway (Texarkana, Arkansas) and for the second time this year Tony Jackson Jr. tamed the ¼-mile oval.

The victory was his third overall on the year and allowed him to further extend his advantage atop the standings.

The Lebanon, Missouri driver started on the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the feature. He went on to lead every circuit on his way to his ninth-career, CCSDS victory.

While Jackson Jr. wired the field in the event, the battle for the second position was a good one with sixth starting, Kyle Beard ultimately claiming the spot over Brian Rickman. Hunter Rasdon and 17th-starting Morgan Bagley rounded out the Top-5 finishers. >>READ MORE