April 22nd, 2014 == Round three of
the County Line Truck Series headed to Dover International
Speedway this week to tackle The Monster Mile. Josh Berry would
put his #88 Silverado on the pole and never look back, leading
144 of the 150 laps in route to another All Pro victory.
This was the first race with
Goodyear’s new tire compound, and several drivers had a hard
time staying off the walls exiting turns two and four. Most
found their trucks pushing on exit with the tires really falling
off at the end of a fuel run.
The final caution of the race on
lap 64 would put everyone at the edge of the fuel window to make
it to lap 150- if the tires held up. Several went in to
fuel-conservation mode to make it to the end.
Josh Berry takes the checkered
flag for his fifth league win in six starts of Q2, followed by
Brian Mellendorf, Scott Formosa, Tommy Rhyne, and Skip Witt.
Next week the tailgaters head to
the Lone Star State and the Texas Motor Speedway!
Captures Martinsville Win in Late Model Series
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April 21st, 2014 == Preston Bores
picked up another All Pro Late Model Series win Monday night,
winning the 150-lap event at Martinsville Speedway. Race
favorite and pole-sitter Josh Berry, who had to start in the
rear of the field due to his win last week didn't have a good
night, getting collected in an early incident and having to make
numerous pit stops for repairs just to get back on the lead lap.
Berry was never a factor in the end. On the other hand,
returning driver Daniel Pope had a good run, following Bores
most of the night to come home second. From 4th on back
was an exciting place to be, though, with lots of fender-banging
and punting, some of these not good for some drivers. The
most controversial moments of the night began on lap 80 after a
net-code issue caused contact between Scott Formosa and Kevin
Berry, spinning Berry. Some argued that both drivers
should have self-penalized, but it was ruled a "no-fault"
incident, requiring neither driver to self-penalize. This
incident damaged several other cars, leading up to some more
controversy. Jason Swann appeared to be displeased with
Faulkner driving into the wreck, then appearing to maliciously
ram Faulkner's car on pit road. Jeff Faulkner's car was
further damaged in this incident, and he had trouble controlling
his #65 machine getting back onto pit road. While trying
to turn his car around he collected the #04 car of Paul Boswell,
severely damaging that machine. All of this prompted a
clarification in at least one All Pro rule, and the addition of
another in the following hours. Warnings
were also issued as a result of some of the driver reactions.
These have been posted to the All Pro Racers Forum.
Finishing behind Bores and Pope were Brandon Osborne, Scott
Formosa and Chuck Chamblee, the top five finishers.
April 20th, 2014 == Josh Berry
came from the rear to the front in almost no time in Sunday
night's All Pro Pro-Cup Series event at Richmond, eventually
going on to lap the field and take the win. Finishing
behind Berry was Cody Gibson, Chuck Chamblee, Jeff Rogers, and
Kevin Berry, the top five finishers.
Captures Round Two in Thursday Night Thunder Series at Bristol
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April 17th, 2014 == Chris Ginn
took his first All Pro win Thursday night in one of the most
controversial races of the year, surviving a post-race protest
over a league rule pertaining to using the outside wall.
Ginn, who took the lead on a restart on lap 81 of the 150-lap
event had been witnessed banking off the wall in the apex of
turns one and two on a couple of occasions, drawing a protest
after the race. Ginn began to stretch his lead over second
and third place Adam Benefiel and Cody Gibson, prompting the
protest after the race. Officials looked at the replay of
the 2nd half of the race for more than 30 minutes before
clearing Ginn of maliciously exploiting the wall to gain a
performance advantage, citing that there didn't appear to be a
deliberate exploitation, and that he didn't hit the wall while
being directly challenged for for position. Typical for
racing at Bristol, the race saw lots of beating and banging, and
some elevated tempers. But for the most part it was a
great race. Officials will be revisiting the rule related
to exploiting the outside wall, and making a decision on how to
deal with the anomoly. Finishing behind Ginn was Cody
Gibson, Adam Benefiel, Garrett Konrath, and Brian Mellendorf,
the top five finishers.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR ALL PRO 2014 QUARTER 1 SEASON CHAMPIONS!
2014 Q1 Late Model Series
Advocare Truck Series
Street Stock Series
2014 All Pro
Series Lineup for Q2...
Twelve Races for 2014,
Three from Each Late Model Quarter
to Winner | $10 to Second | $5 to Third
Advocare Pro-Cup Series
Chevy/Ford Gen Six
Xtreme Suspension Technology
Super Late Model
County Line Motors
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March 30, 2014
Street Stock Q1 Finale, Chamblee Wins Championship
March 27th, 2014 == Scott Formosa
picked up his first Q1 Street Stock Series win Thursday night,
winning the 75-lapper at Rockingham Speedway. Formosa took
the lead from pole-sitter Louie Robinett on lap two, but the
caution flag would fly after Chuck Chamblee spun while trying to
work his way from the rear to the front on lap 12. Kevin
Berry held the lead on the restart, but Formosa moved alongside
quickly to challenge. The two raced side-by-side for a
number of laps before Formosa finally reclaimed the spot.
Meanwhile, the car on the move was Chamblee. The #25 car
worked his way to 2nd, then ran down Formosa to begin a great
battle for the lead. Chamblee finally got under Formosa on
the front stretch, then after a couple of laps side-by-side got
the lead and pulled away. But with just ten laps to go
Chamblee brushed the outside wall exiting turn two, knocking his
toe-in out,, which allowed Formosa to drive back by to retake
the lead. Formosa went on to take the win, followed by
Chamblee, John Martin, Kevin Berry and David Gibson, the top
five finishers. Chamblee took the series title by 37
points over Cody Gibson.
Wins Legends Series Finale at Thompson Speedway
March 25th, 2014 == For back to
back nights, it was a test of survival at the Thompson Speedway
in the All Pro Legend Series. Literally every single driver spun
or found the wall during the race. First is was Jason Swann on
lap 7 literally flipping over the #132 of Nick Atchison, then it
was Adam Blattel's turn to get damage when he and Adam Benefiel
made contact making his car undriveable. Following Blattel's
problems, Cody Gibson was chasing Benefiel down he over drove
turn one and had a self-spin. Literally the lap later leading,
Adam Benefiel had a self spin yet he managed not to get major
damage. That gave the lead to Nick Atchison but Adam Benefiel
made quick work of Atchison and set sail taking the victory at
Thompson Speedway. Adam Blattel was able to hold on and take his
first championship at the All Pro Sim Racing Series and in
Iracing, finishing 17 points ahead of Nick Atchison. "Thanks to
all the drivers that supported the Happy Hour Series. We
struggled with car counts down the stretch so look for major
changes going forward into Quarter 2.
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