Qualifying on Wednesday
night, September 17th -
All eligible members can attempt to qualify.
Fastest 15 qualifiers plus the top five finishers in our 100-Lap last
race, plus one "vote-in" driver, as voted on after the last-chance
race by those making the race already, plus our lowest "Incident per Lap" driver of those
that attempted qualifying and failed will advance to the Winchester
300. Maximum starting field
size will be 22. Practice starts at 7:00 PM CT,
and live, single-car at a time qualifying begins at 8:00 PM.
100-Lap last-chance race begins at 9:00 PM.
Virtual Dice Roll
invert: The sum of the digits of the final qualifier's fastest
qualifying lap will be divided by seven. The remainder will
determine the roll of the dice results:
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
Winchester 300 on
Wednesday night, September 24th -
Practice starts at 7:30
PM CT, Drivers Meeting starts
at 7:50 PM, and Winchester 300 grids at 8:00 PM.
Stock iRacing fixed setup
for Lucas Oil Raceway
iRacing default weather
No fast repairs
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at Chicagoland in TNT Grand National Series
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September 11th, 2014 == Cody
Gibson escaped disaster early in the running of the All Pro TNT
GN Series event at Chicagoland and came back to take the win
over SHR team mate David Gibson.
Robert Gillenwater, still looking
for that elusive first win started from the pole position and
led the opening laps, but Cody Gibson moved to the point after
things got to rolling. Chuck Chamblee's car seemed to get
better on the longer runs, and Chamblee was able to run down
Gibson and make the challenge for the lead. But as
Chamblee moved alongside Gibson down the backstretch Gibson got
into the wall, bouncing off and knocking Chamblee down into the
grass. David Gibson took over at that point and led the
next 25 laps.
Gibson, Casey Clark and Kevin
Berry were the top three just past halfway, as the action got a
little physical up front. Chamblee was able to use that to
his advantage and lead a couple of laps before a yellow flag
slowed the field.
After resumption of the race it
would be all Cody Gibson the rest of the way, stretching out to
a comfortable lead over David Gibson and Chuck Chamblee.
Finishing 4th would be Robert Gillenwater, followed by Kevin
Berry, rounding out the top five finishers.
Chamblee has a 95-point advantage
over Jeff Faulkner, and based on series average car counts can clinch the Q3 Cup Series
championship by starting the race next week at Kentucky Speedway.
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
Gallant Battle with Hopkins for Truck Series Win at Las Vegas
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Tuesday, September 9th, 2014 ==
Josh Berry had a rough night, well, more rough than usual in
route to his 47th All Pro league win Tuesday night as he had to
do some fierce racing in the final five laps with Brock Hopkins
to get the win. Hopkins, another of the league's member
drivers looking for his first All Pro win looked very impressive
throughout the 100-lapper, putting himself in position to get
that first All Pro win in the final segment, particularly in the
race's final laps as he fought to keep Josh Berry at bay.
Hopkins led the field to the green
flag from the pole position, but Berry came from the back of the
pack to take the lead in a short amount of laps. Once
again, pit strategy saw several different drivers take their
turns at the lead, including Chuck Chamblee, Devon Morgan, Bill
Driscoll, Casey Clark and notably, Cory Chafin. Chafin led
the next to last segment after a restart and pulled out to a
nice lead over Chamblee. Meanwhile, Berry, who took a
nudge and spun into the infield grass found himself way behind
with no caution flag to assist in getting back a lot of lost
track position. But to Chafin's dismay, the caution
finally did come out, regrouping the field one last time.
Hopkins once again moved into the
spotlight, taking the lead from Chamblee after the green flag
waved for the final time of the night. But Berry wasted
little time navigating into position to challenge Hopkins,
catching him with just six laps to go. The two battled
side-by-side for the next four laps before Berry finally cleared
Hopkins, and that was the race. Finishing behind Berry and
Hopkins was Chuck Chamblee, Cory Chafin and Kevin Berry, the top
With just two races to go in the Q3
season, Chuck Chamblee leads Robert Didomenico by 50 points for
the Q3 Truck Series championship, and he can secure the title
with a win next week at Chicago.
September 8th, 2014 == Mason Dunn
picked up his first All Pro league win Monday night, slipping
past a wreck involving the race leader and 2nd place runner
coming to the checkered flag in one of the most exciting All-Pro
races of the season.
Josh Berry had the dominant car
once again, but a lot of different pit strategies and game plans
kept a lot of question marks in everyone's minds as to how
things were going to play out at the end of lap 150. Jeff
Faulkner gambled on the final caution period of the night,
staying out to inherit the lead for the night's final restart
with just a lap remaining in the race. Berry restarted
outside Faulkner, with Mason Dunn third. Faulkner, trying
to keep one eye on Berry coming off turn four for the restart
fouled the restart, jumping on the gas before the pace car had
exited the track and almost caused a calamity as the field
almost went three-wide coming to the green. Faulkner won
the battle to turn one, and maintained his lead exiting turn two
and down the backstretch. But Berry got a good run through
three and four and tried to drive under Faulkner coming to the
checkered flag. Berry nudged Faulkner, turning his
sideways, while Dunn aimed for a hole on the top and just barely
squeezed by, taking the checkered flag first, and the win.
Faulkner crossed the line in
third, but was penalized and placed on the tail of the field for
the jump-start violation. Finishing behind Dunn was Josh Berry,
Matt Vaade, David Gibson and Louie Robinett, the top five
Berry extended his lead to 60
points over Rex Hoyle for the Q3 championship, with Chuck
Chamblee and Jeff Faulkner tied and sitting 11 points behind
Hoyle in third with just two races remaining in the Q3 season.
Abbreviated Iowa Pro Late Model Event
September 8th, 2014 == Only three
cars started the PLM race at Iowa Speedway but the action was
great. Brock Hopkins started second and quickly took the lead
from Adam Blattel in the #104 machine. Hopkins had the high side
dialed in but the wall wasn't his friend on too many occasions.
With one lap to go Blattel was able to get past Hopkins and take
the win at Iowa. He was followed by Hopkins and Faulkner.
With just two events remaining in the
Q3 season, Adam Blattel leads Jeff Rogers by 72 points for the
series championship and can wrap things up next week at New
Smyrna by just starting the race.
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR ALL PRO 2014 QUARTER 2 SEASON CHAMPIONS!
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