Three Begins Monday Night with Super Late Models at South Boston
Monday Night, July 6th: Super Late
Model Series at South Boston Speedway - Special Tire Rule in effect for this
event only - Must complete event on same four tires that you
start on. Penalty for taking extra tires will be DQ at the
point of the infraction.
Tuesday Night, July 7th: Truck
Series at Kentucky Speedway Night
Thursday Night, July 9th: Blizzard
Series - Pro Late Models at Five Flags Speedway
Sunday Night, July 12th: Kentucky
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR ALL PRO 2015 QUARTER 2 SEASON CHAMPIONS!
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All Alone Out Front at Charlotte in Fifty-Fifty Series Finale
Thursday, June 25th, 2015 ==
Richie Davidowitz went 100 laps unchallenged Thursday night to
win the All Pro Q2 Fifty-Fifty Series final event at Charlotte
Motor Speedway's Legends track. The battle was for the #2
spot, between Chuck Chamblee, Jeff Faulkner and Justin Blackdeer.
Chamblee held that spot almost the entire distance, but a few
caution periods and restarts made things exciting with Chamblee
pinned up on the outside. Faulkner took the #2 spot from
Chamblee on one of those restarts, but Chamblee battled back to
regain the position. Faulkner and Blackdeer had a battle
going for the third spot late in the race, but Blackdeer would
prevail in the end. Faulkner hung on to finish 4th,
followed by Casey Clark in the 5th spot to round out the top
Chuck Chamblee would take the
Fifty-Fifty Series championship by 23 points over Justin
Blackdeer, completing the sweep of All Pro Q2 series'
Berry Wins Q2 Truck
Series Finale, Chamblee Takes Title
Tuesday, June 24th -- Josh Berry
picked up the win in Tuesday night's Q2 season finale for the
All Pro Truck Series, leading 76 of the 100 laps run. Cody
Gibson could only manage to hang on for 2nd place almost seven
seconds back, while Devon Morgan survived a rough night to race
his way to a 3rd place finish. Chuck Chamblee, who also
had a tough night after being involved in a couple of incidents
raced his way to the 4th position in the closing laps, followed
by 5th place finisher Robert Gillenwater, who's tires faded on
him in the final laps.
Chuck Chamblee won the Q2 Truck
Series championship by 18 points over Robert Didomenico.
2nd Annual All Pro 300
Night, June 22nd and 29th
300 laps at USA Int'l Speedway
Super Late Model
Only non-probationary members eligible for event
Qualifying on Monday
night, June 22nd -
All eligible members can attempt to qualify.
Fastest 12 qualifiers plus the top 4 finishers in our 50-lap Last Chance
race, plus any previous quarter's series champion provisionals, as
needed. Practice starts at 7:00 PM CT,
and live, single-car at a time qualifying begins at 8:00 PM.
Substitute drivers allowed for qualifying and Last Chance race, but
they must be approved.
Virtual Invert: The sum of the digits of the
fastest qualifier's fastest
qualifying lap will be divided by seven. The remainder digit will
determine the "roll of the dice" invert:
0 = No invert, straight-up start
1 = No invert, straight-up start
2 = Invert top two qualifiers
3 = Invert top three qualifiers
4 = Invert top four qualifiers
5 = Invert top five qualifiers
6 = Invert top six qualifiers
All Pro 300 on
Monday night, June 29th - Practice starts at 7:30
PM CT, MANDATORY Drivers Meeting starts
at 7:45 PM, and the All Pro 300 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.
"Lakeland" fixed setup
iRacing default weather
One "fast repair"
name a delegate driver to qualify and, if necessary race in the Last
Chance race for him/her on qualifying night. No delegates allowed
for the actual Big Show event. The delegate driver must login and
race with the identity of the primary member that is qualifying for
the Big Show event, and the primary member will be responsible for
any and all actions of the delegate. All delegates must be
registered with an All Pro official prior to 7:00 PM on qualifying
Sunoco Checkered Flag. Compliments of CCITS and
* Awards posted are the
responsibility of the person named along-side them, and are not
guaranteed by the All Pro Sim Racing league.
Series Weekly Racing at Five Flags Speedway Returns in Q3
All Pro officials announced today
the return of weekly Late Model racing to the league's series
line-up for quarter three. Beginning on Thursday night,
July 2nd the All Pro Blizzard Series at Five Flags Speedway
returns to action featuring alternating events for the Pro Late
Model and Super Late Model divisions. Feature wins in the
series will automatically qualify a driver for the current
year's All Pro Snowball Derby in December.
Wins Season Cup Series Finale at Sonoma
Sunday, June 21st, 2015 == After
setting a blistering pace in qualifying and leading the opening
lap, Josh Berry uncharacteristically spun his #88 machine on lap
two and hit the wall hard, forcing him a lap down getting
repairs. Walter Horstman was the next race leader to run
into problems, as he crashed out on lap three. Richie
Davidowitz, on the other hand had little trouble leading the
rest of the way to take the win in the All Pro Cup Series Q2
season finale at Sonoma Raceway. Garrett Konrath finished
second, followed by Robert Gillenwater, Chuck Chamblee and Shawn
Musick, the top five finishers. Chuck Chamblee took the Q2
Cup Series point championship by twenty-two points over Robert
Wins Q2 SLM Season Finale at New Smyrna, Chamblee Takes Title
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Monday, June 15th, 2015 == Josh
Berry mounted a comeback from a lap two incident that involved
almost half the field to win Monday night's All Pro Q2 Super
Late Model Series season finale. But the biggest
disappointment of the night came for the driver that led the
most laps, Scott Formosa. Formosa seemed to have the car
to beat for the first half of the event, but several caution
periods and pit stops offered opportunities for other drivers to
pace the field, and allowed others to get back into the race
after the lap two incident. The "big one" that occurred on
lap two was triggered when Chuck Chamblee, in the outside lane
moved down into an opening in front of Bob Gillenwater on the
inside going into turn one, with Gillenwater not being able to
check up in time. The contact spun Chamblee, then numerous
other cars piled in. Berry dropped two laps off the pace
at one point getting repairs, but was able to get back on the
lead lap late in the race. In the closing laps Berry took
the lead from Richie Davidowitz, and went on to take the win.
Justin Blackdeer finished third, followed by Bob Gillenwater and
Jeff Faulkner, the top five finishers.
Chuck Chamblee beat Justin
Blackdeer by just three points to take the Q2 SLM championship.
Josh Berry finished the season twenty-one points back from the
lead to end up third in the championship chase.
In the All Pro Super Series
standings, Berry closed to within three points of series point
leader Chamblee as the season takes the crossed flags.
Chuck Chamblee Wins
Inaugural All Pro King
of the Ring 300 Big Show
-- Chuck Chamblee took all of the honors in the inaugural All Pro King
of the Ring 300, starting last week with winning the pole position, then
leading the most laps and taking the checkered flag Thursday night in
the 300-lapper at South Boston Speedway. Chamblee led the field of
sixteen starters to the green flag, pursued closely by Rex Hoyle.
Chamblee held the lead through lap 125, with Hoyle right on his bumper,
then the duo came to pit road under caution. Dan Murray, who
pitted earlier in the race assumed the lead and led for 37 laps before
Chamblee retook the lead with a pass to the inside. Hoyle once
again became the pursuer, running just a car length back from Chamblee.
But just a few laps after a restart Hoyle and Scott Formosa made contact
while racing for 2nd, bringing out another caution. Hoyle climbed
back to the 2nd spot with an impressive performance, and once again set
his sights on the lead. Another caution period inside the final
sixty laps would bring Chamblee and Hoyle to pit road again, giving Matt
Vaade the lead. Vaade lead the next 17 laps before pitting, giving
Chamblee the lead again. The ensuing final 50 laps would be some
of the toughest laps up front, with Hoyle turning up the heat on
Chamblee for the lead, and Vaade right behind that battle. The
final caution on lap 296 occurred after Murray made contact with Hoyle,
and would end the race with Chamblee finishing just ahead of Matt Vaade,
Adam Blattel, Rex Hoyle and Colby Franklin, the top five finishers.
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
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.
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