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Inaugural All Pro King
of the Ring 300 Pole to Chuck Chamblee
Thursday, March 26
-- Chuck Chamblee won the pole position Thursday night for the inaugural
All Pro King of the Ring 300, which will be run on Thursday night, April
2nd. Officials rolled a "1" on the invert dice, so Chamblee will lead
the field to the green flag Thursday night alongside Justin Blackdeer.
Qualifying Results (Starting positions 1-7) -
Qualifying Results (Starting Positions 8-11) -
Provisionals from Q1 SLM Point Rankings (Starting Positions 12-18) -
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REMAINING KING OF THE RING 300 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
All Pro King
of the Ring on
Thursday night, April 2nd - Practice starts at 7:30
PM CT, MANDATORY Drivers Meeting starts
at 7:45 PM, and the KOTR grids at 8:00 PM. Any driver not present
AND responsive to the 7:45 PM roll-call will be removed from the
grid, allowing those behind him to move up one spot, and the 6th
place finisher in the last-chance race will be invited to join the
grid. We will repeat this step until we have as close to 20 cars in
the starting field as possible.
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Berry Wins Truck Series
Q1 Finale at Texas, Didomenico Wins Championship
Sunday, March 22 -- Robert
Didomenico needed to only START Tuesday night's All Pro Truck Series
Q1 season finale and not exceed NINE iRacing incident points to
clinch the 2015 Q1 All Pro Truck Series championship, which he
did so easily by posting a 3rd place finish. But Josh
Berry would dominate the race and take the win in the season
finale at Texas Motor Speedway.
Congrats to Robert Didomenico on
his first All Pro series championship!
Continues Domination in SLM Season Finale at Stafford
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Monday, March 23rd, 2015 == It
seems that very few are able to beat Josh Berry in the super
late models, and last night's All Pro Q1 SLM season finale
offered no surprises. Berry, after being sent to the rear
of the field blasted his way to the front of the field, taking
the lead from Scott Formosa on lap 57 and pulling away.
The best race of the night was between Formosa and Chamblee from
the drop of the green flag, until Berry Joined in. Berry
got by Chamblee on lap 50 and immediately went to work on
Formosa. After Berry took the lead, the battle between
Formosa and Chamblee resumed for the #2 spot as Berry checked
out. Chamblee got by Formosa on lap 77, then Formosa had
to defend 3rd against Rex Hoyle. The race went caution-free,
with Berry taking his 6th win of the series and the Q1 SLM
championship, beating Matt Vaade for the title by a handy margin
of 60 points.
at Stafford in Fifty-Fifty Series Street Stock Event
March 22nd, 2015 == Rex Hoyle
closed out the Q1 Fifty-Fifty Series Sunday night with a win at
Stafford Speedway. Hoyle started on the pole position and
led the opening laps, with Chuck Chamblee trailing.
Chamblee had to come to pit road after an incident with Louie
Robinett, moving Robert Gillenwater to 2nd. A round of pit
stops brought the leader to pit road, giving Adam Blattel the
lead. Blattel held on to the lead until lap 65, then Hoyle
moved under him into turn one to retake the lead for good.
Finishing 2nd was Blattel, followed by Kevin Berry, Louie
Robinett and Chuck Chamblee, the top five finishers.
Chamblee took the Q1 Fifty-Fifty Series championship by 27
points over Louie Robinett.
Cash is King
at Bristol in Truck Series
Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 == Derek
Cash picked up his first All Pro win of the quarter Tuesday
night, capitalizing on the misfortunes of pole-sitter and early
race leader Josh Berry. Berry led the opening 45 laps by a
handy margin over Chuck Chamblee, until disaster struck for
Berry. On lap 46 Joshua Morgan spun in turn one, then slid
down the track directly in front of Berry, collecting him.
Berry would be done for the night. Chamblee took over the
lead, but it didn't last long. Derek Cash drove to the
bottom of turn one on the restart, catching Chamblee by surprise
and took over the top spot. Chamblee fell all the way back
to 6th by the time he could fall back in line. Chamblee
would climb back to the runner-up spot eventually after a late
restart, and stayed right on Cash's bumper the rest of the way.
But Cash took the win, just a truck length ahead of Chamblee.
Finishing 3rd was Walter Horstman, followed by Preston Bores and
Scott Formosa, the top five finishers.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR ALL PRO 2014 QUARTER 4 SEASON CHAMPIONS!
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Todd Garren Dominates 5th Annual All Pro
Wednesday, December 17th -
Todd Garren dominated the 5th Annual All Pro
Snowball Derby Wednesday night, leading more than
250 laps of the 300-lap Big Show event in route to
winning his first All-Pro crown jewel event. Preston
Bores was the only other driver that seemed to be
even close to being able to challenge Garren.
Twenty-two cars started the event, which took just
shy of two hours to complete. Garrett Konrath raced
his way to 2nd in the final laps, followed by Jeff
Rogers, Chuck Chamblee and Glenn Stanley, the top
Faulkner Wins Speedway Sprint Championship in Abbreviated Series
Scott Formosa and Devon Morgan
closed out the abbreviated Q4 All Pro Speedway Series season
Thursday night with respective wins at Daytona and Talladega,
but it would be Jeff Faulkner taking the championship by a huge
Ices Q3 TNT GN Championship with Win in Series Finale at Iowa
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September 25th, 2014 == Chuck
Chamblee put the period on the end of the 2014 Q3 Thursday Night
Thunder Grand National Series championship by winning the series
finale in a dominating performance, starting from the pole and
leading every lap. Scott Formosa was able to keep pace
with Chamblee the entire distance, but a sluggish pit stop under
green at the half-way point in the race distanced the two by
almost six seconds, distance which Formosa could not make up in
the final laps. Finishing a lap down in 3rd was Cory
Chafin, followed by Jeff Faulkner and Robert Gillenwater, the
top five finishers.
Thursday, September 25th - Garrett
Konrath rose to the occasion Wednesday night, winning the All
Pro Q3 Big Show, Winchester 300 at Lucas Oil Raceway.
Konrath missed the call to grid and had to start at the tail end
of the field, but quickly worked his way to the lead pack and
stayed in the thick of battle all night. Pole-sitter Chuck
Chamblee, who led a race-high 91 laps was battling with Casey
Clark for the lead when the two got together in turn one,
turning Chamblee on his side and rail-riding the outside wall
through turns one and two. Chamblee had significant damage
and lost ten laps on pit road getting repairs, while Clark would
be done for the night. Early leader Scott Formosa spun
while leading, and retired from the event on lap 72. Adam
Blattel, who also led a total of 37 laps spun on lap 240, ending
his night. In the final segment, it would be Rex Hoyle
leading Konrath up until 9 laps to go, but Konrath worked his
way to the inside of Hoyle and took the lead in impressive
style, and led the rest of the way to take the win.
Finishing behind Konrath and Hoyle was Jeff Faulkner, Chuck
Chamblee and Bill Driscoll, the top five finishers.
Wins Milwaukee Finale and Q3 Championship in All Pro Modified
September 10th, 2014 == Rex Hoyle
was not to be denied another win in the All Pro Modified Series,
nor the Q3 season championship. Hoyle led a majority of
the laps in last night's Q3 Modified Series season finale at
Milwaukee Speedway, giving up the lead only once after a round
of pit stops when he restarted on the outside, falling back to
4th. But Hoyle regained the lead the hard way, by passing
his competition under green, and never looked back after that
point. Finishing 2nd was Casey Clark, followed by Jeff
Faulkner, Louie Robinett, Scott Formosa and Jeff Rogers.
Rex Hoyle won the Q3 All Pro
Modified Series championship by a margin of 28 points over Jeff
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