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Jonathan Smith Wins First Career All Pro League Race in SLM Series

Tuesday, August 23rd == Jonathan Smith's ship finally came in Monday night, bringing Victory Lane with. Smith literally dominated the 125-lapper at Concord Motorsports Park Speedway, leading every lap from the pole position and fighting off challenges nearly every lap. In the first half of the race Smith had to deal with Travis Wright for 48 laps. Wright didn't let Smith rest very much. But on lap 48 after a restart Wright got trapped up on the outside, and contact with another vehicle wrecked him out of competition. This moved Chuck Chamblee into the challenger position. Chamblee worked on Smith for the remainder of the race, and on one occasion got to the inside of him and battled side-by-side for three laps before a yellow flag settled things down again. This yellow flag caught Smith just a nose ahead of Chamblee, allowing him to maintain the lead. Smith was able to keep Chamblee at bay up until the final lap, but contact with the outside wall exiting turn four allowed Chamblee to pull right onto Smith's bumper again. Coming to the checkered flag Chamblee drove under Smith in a dash to the stripe, but Smith would take the win by almost a car length. Finishing 3rd was Philip Goodwin, followed by Justin Blackdeer and Jeff Faulkner, the top five finishers.

Justin Blackdeer's point lead was whittled down a few more clicks by Chuck Chamblee, with the gap now just three points between first and second. Philip Goodwin sits third and just 18 points back from the lead, with just four races remaining in the season. The SLM Series currently leads in the Most Competitive Series category, with the top-twenty point spread at 146.

FULL RESULTS | LAP-BY-LAP | RACE VIDEO | WALL OF SHAME


Chamblee Wins at Bristol in Cup Series, Takes Over Points Lead

Monday, August 21st -- After a late-race, but short-lived surge by Garrett Konrath, Sunday night's All Pro Cup Series race came down to a battle between pole-sitter Chuck Chamblee and Jesse Williams for the win.

Chamblee led the field to the green flag, and was able to maintain the lead all the way through lap 83 until he was challenged shortly after a restart by Konrath. Konrath, on fresher tires blew by Chamblee, bringing Devon Morgan to the #2 spot. Konrath quickly extended his lead to a whole straightaway in just fifteen laps while Morgan and Chamblee dueled it out furiously for the 2nd position. But on lap 98 Konrath's engine expired, a likely result of an earlier-race incident. This gave Morgan the lead. But Chamblee turned up the heat on Morgan and retook the lead on lap 104 after Morgan got loose on the front stretch. Morgan spun out on lap 123 to bring out the yellow flag again. Jesse Williams and Trevor Pertteli now lined up to battle Chamblee on the restart. Williams gave Chamblee a handful of challenge on the restart but Chamblee slowly pulled away from the battle, taking his second consecutive Cup Series win. Williams finished 2nd, followed by Pertelli, Morgan and Mark Fravert, the top five finishers.

Chuck Chamblee took over the points lead from Mark Fravert and leads the series by just  six points now over Fravert. Bob Gillenwater sits 3rd in the standings, 35 points back from the lead.

FULL RESULTS | LAP-BY-LAP | RACE VIDEO | WALL OF SHAME


Williams Makes Right Moves, Wins at Bristol in CTV Street Stocks

Friday, August 19th -- For most of the 125-lap race at "The Coliseum", it appeared to be another dominating performance by outside front row starter Garrett Konrath. Konrath wrestled the lead from pole-sitter Jeffrey Belt after four laps of side-by-side racing. Once single-file the two leaders pulled away from 3rd place Chuck Chamblee. Konrath went on to lead 94 laps before tangling with Devon Morgan on a restart, triggering a multi-car accident that took Konrath, Morgan and Belt out of the hunt. Chandler Hoyle then took over the lead, with Trevor Pertteli and Williams in position to challenge. Williams was able to root his way to the bottom and get by Hoyle on a late restart, then the final caution period of the night came on lap 122 after James McIntyre tangled with Chuck Chamblee while racing for the 4th position. This incident also collected the #10 car of Travis Wright, who was also challenging for the 4th spot. Jesse Williams took the yellow flag to end the race, followed by Chandler Hoyle, Trevor Pertteli, Andy Hoeft and Zac Coyer, the top five finishers.

FULL RESULTS | LAP-BY-LAP | RACE VIDEO | WALL OF SHAME


CenterforceTV Street Stocks at Concord Speedway Tonight

RACE NIGHT!


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This event will be broadcast live on Centerforce TV. The top three finishers (and ONLY the top three finishers, please) of each CTV Street Stock Series event are required to report to the All Pro Media Center (our Teamspeak 3 server) for post-race interviews immediately after the race. No password required. Our Teamspeak server: ts55.gameservers.com:9224.  Then, please stand by in the Lobby and wait on the admin to move you to the Media Center channel.

NOTE: Only current All Pro league members are authorized to access our Teamspeak server. Unauthorized users will be kicked and banned from the server. Unauthorized users will not be granted talk power on the server.


Chamblee Cruises to Win at Bristol after Gibson Retires Prematurely

Wednesday, August 17th -- Chuck Chamblee and Cody Gibson had a whale of a race going between them after starting on the front row, swapping the lead and each leading 75 laps of the 150 run. It looked like Gibson had the final ace in the deck and pulling away from Chamblee, but on lap 114 he unexpectedly hit pit road after the yellow flag was displayed, retiring for the night and handing the lead back to Chamblee. Chamblee then survived a late assault several times on restarts in the form of Philip Goodwin, as Goodwin tried desperately to snatch the lead on each restart by diving to the low side of the track in turn one. Finally, on lap 130 as Goodwin tried to power under Chamblee exiting turn two he spun, ending his chance for the win. Chamblee pulled away from Mark McCrary to take the easy win. Finishing third was Dante Curtis, followed by KC Duncan and Jeff Faulkner, the top five finishers.

FULL RESULTS | LAP-BY-LAP | RACE VIDEO | WALL OF SHAME


Lots of Prizes Up for Grabs for Super Late Model Series This Quarter

Jason Newby is sponsoring the Q3 Super Late Model Series with $200.00. The following prizes are already paid-for and GUARANTEED:

  • SLM Champ: $50.00

  • SLM Runner-up: $25.00

  • SLM 3rd Place: $15.00

  • Safest Driver: $15.00 -
    Top ten driver in the Q3 SLM season with the fewest iRacing incident points for the series.

  • Sportsmanship Award: $15.00 -
    Voted on by the top twenty drivers in the Q3 SLM season.

  • Most Q3 SLM season wins: $10.00

  • Most Q3 SLM season poles: $10.00

  • Server Session Fees: $10

Jason will also be giving two All Pro T-shirts for key accomplishments in the series. The first shirt will go to the driver that logs the most laps for the Q3 SLM Series. Tie-breaker will be the driver highest in points. The second shirt will go to the driver that starts every Q3 SLM race of the quarter and has the fewest incident points. Tie-breaker will be the driver highest in points. Prize money distributed by either PayPal, or iRacing dollars, recipient's choice.


All Pro "Wall of Shame", Rule Changes Introduced for Q3 Seasons

June 29, 2016 -- For quarter three, we will be adding an additional deterrent measure against excessive cautions and sportsmanship strikes. It's called the Wall of Shame. The Wall of Shame page is linked on the League Info menu tab above, as well as on the right sidebar of the home page. The system is based on a limit set on the number of caution credits and sportsmanship strikes given to a member in any 8-day rolling period. The maximum allowance is FOUR, with FIVE earning you a one-week suspension, across the board. See the Wall of Shame page by clicking HERE.

Also, a number of changes have been made to the All Pro general rules and procedures. Rather than itemizing them here, we ask that all league members go to the RULES page, then REFRESH the page (F5 key), and review ALL of the rules.


Chamblee Outlasts Blackdeer for All Pro 300 Big Show Win

Tuesday, June 28th == Chuck Chamblee found a way to overcome a four-second deficit with twelve laps remaining, then moved under Justin Blackdeer to take the lead and went on to win the 3rd annual All Pro 300 Gig Show at USA Int'l Speedway Monday night.

Blackdeer led the field of twenty-one starters to the green flag and set the pace for the opening series of the 300-lap race. Vlackdeer and teammate Matt Vaade stayed out under a caution period on lap twelve to keep the top two spots for the next series of green flag laps, as Chuck Chamblee closed in to make it a three-way battle. On lap 34 Vaade moved under his teammate to take over the lead, bringing Chamblee to 2nd.

Vaade and Chamblee waged a fierce battle for the lead for the next 39 laps, but on lap 72 Vaade wiggled coming off turn two, allowing Chamblee to get to the inside and take over the lead. A caution on lap 102 regrouped the field, and after pit stops Tim McBrayer would move up to the #2 spot, with Trevor Pertteli now 3rd. Blackdeer was on the move again, passing McBrayer on lap 118 for the #2 spot.

A caution on lap 138 would prove to be disastrous for Chamblee, as he missed pit road entrance and would fall all the way back to 11th for the restart. McBrayer would lead the restart, but Blackdeer didn't waste any time moving back to the lead a few laps later. Scott Formosa now ran in the #2 spot. But the #1 Tony Walls car of Chamblee was coming fast, and by lap 155 took over the #3 spot of Philip Goodwin. Chamblee continued his march towards the front as he closed in on Formosa.

A caution on lap 172 brought everyone to pit road, and Blackdeer would lead the restart with Formosa and Chamblee the next two cars in the running order. Blackdeer resumed his command, with Chamblee moving by Formosa to take over 2nd. Blackdeer was in his stride now, pulling out to over a four-second lead by lap 250. Matt Vaade took over the 3rd spot on lap 237 and began closing in on the #1 car of Chamblee. Vaade caught Chamblee, but could not get past him. Chamblee seemed to find an extra gear at this point  and began to close back in on Blackdeer as the leader was negotiating lapped traffic. Chamblee seemed to be getting through lapped traffic more smoothly than the leader, closing right up on Blackdeer's bumper by lap 280. On lap 288 Blackdeer overdrove turn one, opening the door and Chamblee took the opportunity to make the pass to the inside for the lead. But Blackdeer wasn't finished, moving to the inside of Chamblee the next lap, but Chamblee got a good enough run on the top side to clear Blackdeer in the next corner. It was all Chamblee the rest of the way as he took the win, followed by Blackdeer, Vaade, McBrayer and Formosa, the top five finishers.

FULL RESULTS | LAP-BY-LAP | RACE VIDEO | WALL OF SHAME


Congratulations to our 2016-Quarter Two Series Champions!

Sunday Night Cup Series:
Chuck Chamblee

Monday Night Super Late Model Series:
** 2016 Quarter Two Most Competitive Series **
Justin Blackdeer

Tuesday Night Truck Series:
Michael Fravert

Thursday Night K&N Pro Series:
Chuck Chamblee


All Pro Announces New Racing Commission Term Members for Q2-Q3

Jackie Palmore (chairman)

Jim Sombke

Mark Fravert

Jesse Williams

Bob Gillenwater

The All Pro Racing Commission consists of seven league members, nominated by the league admin and approved by the outgoing commission each six months. Nominations are based on a members temperance, attendance and sportsmanship record. The commission's primary responsibility is the welfare of the league. The commission will be charged with planning of our racing series for each quarter during their term, as well as managing the league's rules and policies. The commission also decides which members are not suitable for the league based on their driving abilities, sportsmanship, and aggression level.


Q2-Q3 Driver Classification Restrictions Announced by Racing Commission

The All Pro Racing Commission has issued driver class restrictions for the upcoming Q2 and Q3 seasons, based on members' iRacing classifications. The restrictions will be implemented using iRacing's built-in restriction settings with race sessions. Sunday and Monday nights will be open to any member above ROOKIE class, including PRO/WC class drivers. Tuesday and Thursday nights will be open to anyone that has a class level of D through A. Big Show SLM events will be open to any member that sits in the top-twenty in points for ANY of our current series on the date of qualifying for the Big Show event. Enduro events will be open to ANY member, regardless of iRacing class. In addition to the new classification system, Q2 and Q3 race sessions will also be under tighter chat restrictions. Here is the restriction model that will be in effect beginning April 1st:



All Pro Video Room Now Accepting Member-Created YouTube Videos

Monday, August 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.

Submit Race Video Link
E-mail us your YouTube race video link, and we'll post it in our Video Room.

CAN YOU SPARE A SMALL DONATION?

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...

  1. PayPal Donation
    Using your PayPal account or major credit cards

  2. iRacing Gift Card
    Send a gift card to racing@chuckchamblee.com

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Current Season: 2016-Q3 Season Progress:

W1 W2 W3 W4 W5 W6 W7 W8 W9 W10 W11 W12
                       

Coming Up This Week

Start Time: 6:05 PM Central
Drivers Meeting: 7:55 PM
Roll Call: 8:00 PM


All Pro Cup Series
2016-Q3 Schedule


All Pro Super Late Model Series
2016-Q3 Schedule


All Pro Super Truck Series
2016-Q3 Schedule


CenterforceTV Street Stock Series
2016-Q3 Schedule


Penalty Box

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Wall of Shame

CLICK HERE


All Pro Cup Series
Standings: Top Twenty: 2016-Q3

Most Recent Winner:

Chuck Chamblee | Bristol Motor Speedway

Point Spread: 199


All Pro SLM Series
Standings: Top Twenty: 2016-Q3

Most Recent Winner:

Jonathan Smith | Concord Speedway

Point Spread: 146


All Pro Super Truck Series
Standings: Top Twenty: 2016-Q3

Most Recent Winner:

Chuck Chamblee | Bristol Motor Speedway

Point Spread: 165

CenterforceTV Street Stock Series
Standings: Top Twenty: 2016-Q3

Most Recent Winner:

Jesse Williams | Bristol Motor Speedway

Point Spread: 175


Help Fund our League!

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Want an All Pro Trophy for your Past Series Championship?

Series champions for our most competitive series of each 2016 quarter get a FREE acrylic championship trophy. 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 quote you pricing on 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.


Submit Race Video Link
E-mail us your YouTube race video link, and we'll post it in our Video Room.

CLICK HERE to go to our iRacing League page. Upcoming race sessions will be listed under your League Sessions tab.


CLICK HERE to visit our YouTube channel and find video highlights from our race events!


Want to sponsor an All Pro event or season?

12-week championship
season sponsorship:
$200.00

Includes personalized Crown Rockwell acrylic trophies with the All Pro logo, date and series name for top three in points at end of the season, as well as hosting fees for season.

Add Broadcast:  $20.00 ea.
Subject to scheduling/availability

Additional prizes: Up to You!


Contact us for custom quotes and package deals!



LEAGUE ADMINISTRATOR

Chuck Chamblee


RACING COMMISSION
Term Runs through June 30, 2016

Jackie Palmore *
Jesse Williams
Jim Sombke
Mark Fravert
Bob Gillenwater
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* Commission Chairman


The All Pro Racing Commission consists of seven league members, nominated by the league admin and approved by the outgoing commission each six months. Nominations are based on a members temperance, attendance and sportsmanship record. The commission's primary responsibility is the welfare of the league. The commission will be charged with planning of our racing series for each quarter during their term, as well as managing the league's rules and policies. The commission also decides which members are not suitable for the league based on their driving abilities, sportsmanship, and aggression level.



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