6th Annual All Pro Snowball Derby Registration
is now OPEN
Registration is now open for the 6th annual All Pro Snowball
Derby. As a reminder, this Big Show event is open only to
NON-PROBATIONARY All Pro members.
Only registered drivers will be invited to participate.
This year's event will be broadcast live by LSRTV, and sponsored
by TLC Automotive. Click HERE
to go to the All Pro Snowball Derby Information page to
register, see the current list of registered drivers, broadcast
information, prizes and the full events schedule for the Derby.
Registration for the 6th annual All Pro Snowball Derby closes on
Sunday night, December 27th at 7pm central.
Randall Faulks Wins at California Speedway in
Monday, November 30th, 2015 == Randall
Faulks came out on top of a great race-long battle with Josh
Berry, Danny McCune and Shannon Segler to win his first All Pro
event Monday night in the Super Late Model Series at California
Speedway. Josh Berry was once again the class of the
field, coming from the back of the field to take the lead inside
the first 17 laps. But Berry didn't have things going so
smoothly on this night. First Berry had a run-in with
Michael Fravert and picked up a little damage, then had another
skirmish with Shannon Berry on lap 51 and was further damaged.
Despite being roughed up, Berry was still able to stay with the
lead pack. Danny McCune grabbed the lead at the
three-quarter mark and pulled away from the 2nd place car, but
he scraped the wall late in the race and lost enough speed to
succumb to Faulks. Faulks led the rest of the way to take
the win, followed by Bob Gillenwater, Jeff Dillon, Josh Berry
and Michael Fravert, the top five finishers.
Chamblee Wins in K&N Pro
Series at Rockingham Speedway
November 29th -- Chuck Chamblee picked up another All Pro win
Sunday night, winning the K&N Pro Series 100-lapper at
Rockingham Speedway. Chamblee, after taking a huge gamble
late in the race and staying on the track under a caution period
took the lead on lap 74 when the top three came down pit road
"We knew we couldn't outrun some of the
front-runners, so we gambled and tried to hold them behind us
and prayed for some yellow flags", said Chamblee.
Cody Kelley was the class of the field,
leading a total of 60 laps, and actually passed Chamblee for the
lead inside the final 12 laps and pulled away. But another
yellow flag brought him to pit road, and once again Chamblee
stayed out. The race never really got back going after
that, as two more cautions would come out before the checkered
flag, ending the race under caution. Finishing behind
Chamblee was Randall Faulks, Glenn Stanley, Austin Yarbrough,
and Danny McCune Jr, the top five finishers.
All Pro Awards for 2016 Seasons - Top Three in
the Most Competitive Series
November 18th, 2015 -- All Pro will be
awarding acrylic trophies to the top three drivers in points in
the most competitive series of each quarter, beginning in 2016.
At the end of each quarter, the most competitive series, or the
one that has the smallest spread in points between the top ten
drivers will be selected as the "premier" series of that
quarter, and the top three drivers in that series will receive
acrylic trophies with the All Pro logo embedded. The
trophies will also bear the series name, driver name and date.
The champion will receive a 7-inch acrylic, 2nd place gets a
6-inch acrylic, and 3rd place gets a 5-inch acrylic. Good
Congratulations to our 2015 Quarter Three Series
Click on images for larger
Chuck Chamblee Wins 2nd Annual All Pro
Winchester 300 Big Show
September 28th -- After a dominating
performance for the first seventy percent of the race by
fast-qualifier Josh Berry, his night would come to a grinding
end after he and Kevin Berry were involved in an incident.
This opened the door for a number of his competitors, each with
a shot now at winning the All Pro Winchester 300. No one
could match pace with Josh Berry for the first 200 laps as he
put a lot of daylight between himself and his closest
competitor. Only after yellow-flag pit stops did others
manage to lead laps, and they didn't get to enjoy leading for
long. Berry's race-ending crash came on lap 224 as he was
climbing back through the field after a round of pit stops.
Josh was trying to work his way by the #86 car of his father,
Kevin when he bumped him, spinning his father around. Josh
was also collected as Kevin slid up the track and into the
outside wall, flipping Josh on his roof. This would end
Josh's night. Canadian Robert Matthews in the #28 car now
led at the lap 240 mark, with Chuck Chamblee, Matt Vaade and
Preston Bores in tow. Chamblee moved under Matthews to
take the lead on lap 242 after Matthews got loose and had to
drive up the race track, dropping Matthews back to 4th.
Preston Bores moved to 2nd as Matthews worked his way back to
3rd. Bores and Matthews battled each other hard for the
2nd spot while Chamblee enjoyed a five car-length lead. A
final caution on lap 284 would give Bores and Matthews one more
shot at Chamblee, but neither got the opportunity as Chamblee
executed another great restart to keep them at bay and battling
each other. Chuck Chamblee and the Strategix Medical
Solutions team took the win by four car lengths over Preston
Bores, Robert Matthews, Matt Vaade and Robert Didomenico, the
top five finishers.
Davidowitz Wins Blizzard Series Finale,
Chamblee Edges Blackdeer for Title
Thursday, September 24th, 2015 == Richie
Davidowitz added his name to the starting field for the 6th
annual All Pro Snowball Derby Thursday night, winning the season
finale at Five Flags Speedway. But Richie's win was all
but overshadowed by the closest finish in a championship series
in the history of the All Pro Sim Racing League.
Coming into last night's event Justin
Blackdeer had a one-point advantage over Chuck Chamblee, and the
championship would come down to one of those two drivers.
Scott Formosa won the pole position in qualifying, with points
leader Blackdeer starting on the outside front row.
Blackdeer almost made a huge mistake on the start of the race,
jumping Formosa by half a car length before the green light came
on. Wisely, Blackdeer allowed Formosa to clear him in turn
one to take the lead. Blackdeer and Formosa raced nose to
tail for the opening laps, while Chamblee rode back in the 3rd
position. Davidowitz caught and passed Chamblee for 3rd,
then ran down Blackdeer and took 2nd from him in short order.
Chamblee stayed right with the pack, but was clearly not as fast
as the leaders.
A caution period slowed the pace inside the
final 25 laps, with everyone coming to pit road to get fresh
tires. Formosa led the restart alongside Davidowitz, while
Chamblee cleared Blackdeer in a critical exchange to take over
3rd. Blackdeer tried desparately to get back by Chamblee,
but the #25 car was about as wide as it could be. Both
drivers knew that whichever of the two that finished ahead of
the other stood the best chance of winning the title since the
dropped race allowance would be coming into play. Chamblee
held off Blackdeer for the 3rd position as Davidowitz took the
checkered flag over Scott Formosa. When all of the points
were tallied up, Chamblee would edge Blackdeer by one point for
The following drivers earned their spot in the 2015 All Pro
Davidowitz Wins Truck Series Finale, Chamblee
Takes Q3 Championship
Tuesday, September 22nd -- Richie
Davidowitz had no trouble winning Tuesday night's Q3 season
finale at New Hampshire, taking the win by over three seconds
over 2nd place finisher Chuck Chamblee. Several cautions
and pit stops shuffled the field up front, allowing several
different drivers to lead some laps but under green Davidowitz
would not be denied. Finishing 3rd was Robert Didomenico,
followed by Jackie Palmore and Louie Robinett, the top five
Chuck Chamblee took the Q3 All Pro Truck
Series points title by ten points over Jackie Palmore.
Berry Wins Cup Series Finale, Chamblee Nips
Gillenwater for Championship
Sunday, September 20th, 2015 == Josh Berry
turned in yet another outstanding performance Sunday night in
the All Pro Cup Series Q3 season finale, coming from the back of
the pack to take the lead from Chuck Chamblee on lap 33.
Berry gave up the lead to then point leader Robert Gillenwater
during pit stops, but came back a few laps later to reclaim the
top spot for good. Gillenwater managed to hang on to
finish 2nd, with Chamblee finishing 3rd, followed by Kevin Berry
and Jim Sombke, the top five finishers.
With the dropped race factored in, Chuck
Chamblee edged out Robert Gillenwater by only four points for
the Q3 Cup Series championship. Finishing 3rd in the
series was Shawn Musick, followed by Matthew Tucker and Scott
Formosa, the top five in the championship chase.
All Pro Video Room Now Accepting
Member-Created YouTube Videos
24th -- Members may now submit their own YouTube race recap video
clips for inclusion on the All Pro Video Room page. Just create
your recap or highlights video, upload it to YouTube, then send
us the URL/link to it using the email button below. If you
use webmail and do not have an email client such as Outlook or
Thunderbird, then just submit your URL/link to admin at
allprosimracing dot com. All submissions will be
reviewed and screened for inappropriate content, so please
submit only All Pro event video.
Nick Johnston Wins 2nd Annual Sunoco All Pro
300 Big Show
Monday, June 29th, 2015 == In an
event that saw a record seventeen caution periods, most of them
caused by seasoned All Pro drivers, Nicholas Johnston had the
dominant car Monday night and was able to drive from mid-pack to
the front, at will, dominating the last 100 laps of the event to
take the win and the Sunoco checkered flag. Johnston had some
close calls early in the race, but had none of the penalties
that a lot of his competition had levied against them.
2nd place finisher Chuck Chamblee
ended up with a 2-lap penalty for failing to self-penalize due
to an incident on lap 177, dropping him to a fifth-place finish.
3rd place finisher Devon Morgan was penalized two laps for
failing to pit for a lap 33 incident, dropping him to 6th.
Matthew Tucker was parked early due to causing two caution
incidents, while Chris Forster and Daniel Pope were parked early
and suspended for a week due to causing three caution
incidents. Casey Clark was parked early and suspended two weeks
due to causing four caution incidents. Matt Vaade kept his nose
clean all night, moving him up to 2nd in the final standings,
and Justin Blackdeer would finish 3rd. Kevin Berry finished
penalty-free to take the 4th spot, followed by Chamblee in 5th.
2nd Annual Sunoco All
Pro 300 Penalties Breakdown -
Lap 33: Devon Morgan: Penalized
two laps for failing to self-penalize;
Lap 40: Daniel Pope: Penalized two
laps for failing to self-penalize;
Lap 53: Casey Clark: Parked for
2nd caution incident;
Lap 59: Casey Clark: Suspended one
week for causing 3rd incident;
Lap 92: Casey Clark: Suspended one
week for causing 4th incident;
Lap 117: Daniel Pope: Parked for
2nd caution incident;
Lap 143: Chris Forster: Parked for
2nd caution incident;
Lap 151: Chris Forster: Suspended
one week for causing 3rd incident;
Lap 159: Daniel Pope: Suspended
one week for causing 3rd incident;
Lap 171: Matthew Tucker: Penalized
two laps for failing to self-penalize;
Lap 177: Chuck Chamblee: Penalized
two laps for failing to self-penalize.
CAN YOU SPARE A
The All Pro Sim
Racing League needs your donations to help
offset our website and race session hosting fees. If you can
spare a few dollars, we would appreciate your donations. We
gladly accept even the smallest donations. There's two ways that
you can donate...
Want an All
Pro Trophy for your Past Series Championship?
If you're a former All Pro
series champion and you'd like a trophy to show it, let
us know and we'd be glad to build you an official All
Pro series championship trophy to commemorate the
occasion, complete with the All Pro league logo, series
name, date and your name. Just click on the
Request Quote link to the left and let us know what you
want. We'll get right back to you with a quote.