Wins at South Boston after Berry Penalized
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Tuesday, October 21st, 2014 ==
Josh Berry made an impressive run to come from the back of the
pack to take the checkered flag first in Tuesday night's All Pro
Truck Series event at South Boston Speedway, but one mistake
late in the contest took the win from Barry and gave it to 2nd
place finisher Derek Cash.
Scott Formosa led the opening laps
from the pole position, while Chuck Chamblee and Preston Bores
battled for 2nd. Formosa would lead a majority of the
race, but last week's winner Josh Berry was coming to the front
in a hurry. A late caution with 12 laps to go would bring
all of the leaders to pit road, but Chamblee stayed out to
inherit the lead. Formosa lined up outside Chamblee for
the restart. When the green flag waved Chamblee spun his
old tires and Formosa blew by him. But officials black
flagged Formosa for the early pass, and to make matters worse
Berry ran into him entering turn one and spun him. Berry
did not pit for the caution incident, and went on to hold off
Derek Cash for the win. After the 2-lap penalty, Cash was
handed the trophy and the win, with Richie Davidowitz coming
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Smokes Field at Thompson Speedway in Overdrive Tour SLM Series
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October 20th, 2014 == Josh Berry
came into Monday night's All Pro Super Late Model Overdrive Tour
Series event at Thompson Speedway as the favored driver, and no
one was disappointed after Berry cleaned house. Preston
Bores set fast time of the night and paced the field to begin
the 150-lapper, leading the opening series with Berry in tow.
A big wreck on lap 8 was triggered when Austin Carter lost
control of his #71 Toyota exiting turn two, clipping Derek Cash
and collecting a number of other cars, including those of Kevin
Neal and Scott Formosa. All four cars would sustain heavy
damage that proved to end all four drivers' nights early.
The most controversial incident of
the night occurred on lap 37 between Richie Davidowitz and Devon
Morgan. The two drivers were in a heated battle for 6th
place, with contact beginning a couple of laps prior. They
began to lean on each other harder and harder, finally coming to
a head in turn one. Morgan and Davidowitz headed to turn
one side by side with Morgan to the inside, and the two decided
to fight for the middle lane. The result was Davidowitz
getting turned sideways and hitting the inside curb, pitching
his #89 car high into the air and into the outside wall.
Both cars would be eliminated from competition.
Berry took the lead on the
restart, with Bores now tagging along in 2nd. Rex Hoyle
and Brock Hopkins had solid runs, staying in the top five most
of the night, as did Matt Vaade, who was trying to gain points
on ODT series leader Chuck Chamblee. Chamblee had to start
in the rear of the field due to his win last week, and had
stayed out of trouble and worked his way to the 4th position
late in the race. But on a restart, Chamblee made a
critical mistake and got into turn one too high, slamming the
wall and knocking his front end out of alignment. While
Chamblee dropped like a rock, Vaade moved forward, working his
way to 2nd behind Berry.
Another caution with just 18 laps
to go would prove to be costly for Vaade as he stayed out on the
race track while the rest of the pack pitted for tires.
Vaade was a sitting duck on the restart as Berry drove to the
inside to take the lead. Vaade continued to lose spots,
falling all the way back to 4th. 5th place Kevin Berry
lost his engine with just a handful of laps remaining, moving
Chamblee to 5th. Berry would pull away for the easy win,
followed by Rex Hoyle, Brock Hopkins, Vaade and Chamblee, the
top five finishers.
So, with just two events remaining
in the Overdrive Tour series for 2014 the margin remains 21
points for Chamblee's point lead over Vaade, with Jeff Faulkner
49 points back from the lead. Hoyle leads Hopkins in the
2014 Q4 Late Model Series points by ten points.
October 19th, 2014 == Scott
Formosa escaped all of the calamity Sunday night to pick up his
first All Pro Cup Series win of the quarter at Talladega
Superspeedway. Formosa and Chuck Chamblee teamed up early, with
Chuck Chamblee leading most of the opening series of of the
race. But after a restart past the half-way point,
Chamblee allowed Colby Franklin to get a nose under him, then
tried to move back down in line behind Formosa but spun off
Franklin's nose. Devon Morgan then drove into Chamblee,
finishing off the #25. Taylor Burris and Travis Wright,
who had been working together all night then looked to be
sitting pretty, as Formosa had lost his drafting partner.
But Burris got shuffled back on an exchange with three laps to
go and could never get back to Wright's bumper to assist,
allowing Formosa to take the win by a half a car length.
Finishing 2nd was Travis Wright, followed by Taylor Burris,
Casey Clark and Chuck Chamblee, the top five finishers.
September 27th, 2014 == All Pro
Sim Racing is accepting new members now! Officials have finalized plans for 2014 Q4, and the
season is all set to begin on Sunday night, October 5th with the
Q4 Gen6 Cup Series season opener at Kansas Speedway.
Monday night, October 6th will see the continuation of the Super
Late Model series' Q4 kick-off at Lanier Speedway. The on
Tuesday night, October 7th the Truck Series will begin its Q4
season at Las Vegas. Finally, on Thursday night, October
9th we will kick-off the new Speedway Sprint Series, featuring
twin 35-lappers, one at Daytona and one at Talladega, beginning
with the Street Stock cars. One pit stop will be required
in this series, and each series winner will have to start in the
rear of the field for the next series race. This new
series will rotate vehicle types each week, with the Pro LM
(Monte Carlo SS) cars running for week two. Week three
will see the Super LM cars, followed by week four in the Trucks,
week five in the B-Class car, and week six will see the Gen6
cars in action. Week seven will start the rotation over
Rule/Procedure Changes -
Race leaders will be allowed to
choose their starting lane - inside or outside. The leader
will make the choice when the one-to-go indication is given by
moving either high or low at the start/finish line. 2nd
place driver will take the opposite lane. Everyone else
will line up as they qualified, inside to outside. See
rule # 15 on the Rules page for full definitions.
Anyone that appears to have
manipulated the AI to cause a caution period intentionally will
be placed on probation for 30 days. Repeated violations
will result in stiffer penalties, up to and including 90-day
suspensions. See rule # 9 for specifics.
Any member on PROBATIONARY status,
whether it be the new member probationary status or disciplinary
probation will not be eligible for All Pro Big Show events, nor
any other special events. Probationary members are also
ineligible for the SLM Overdrive Tour events.
New probationary members now have
60 days to complete their required four clean events for
promotion to full members. The old period was only 30
All Pro Big Show events' laps will
be scheduled according to the number of drivers grid for the
event after qualifying and last-chance race activities. >19
drivers will be the full 300 laps. 15-19 drivers will be
250 laps. <15 drivers will be 200 laps.
Check out our league scoring page
for full Q4 schedules.
Setups for Speedway Sprint Series' PLM and SLM Cars Posted
September 20th, 2014 == The custom
fixed setups that we will be using for the upcoming Q4 Speedway
Sprint Series' Pro Late Model and Super Late Model vehicles have
been posted to the All Pro Racers Forums. These sets do
not have enough fuel on the initial start of the race to go the
30-lap distance, by design.
Note that we will be running the "charlotte_quadoval"
fixed setup for the Street Stock vehicle in the Speedway Sprint
Series for those respective race nights.
The custom sets for the Trucks,
B-Class and Gen6 vehicles are based on the default fixed sets
for Talladega, adjusted for 11 gallons of fuel and spring perch
adjustments to get the ride heights to just within tollerances.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR ALL PRO 2014 QUARTER 3 SEASON CHAMPIONS!
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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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