August 19th, 2014 == The All-Pro
Trucks haven't been very accommodating for Scott Formosa in the
past, but they took a liking to him Tuesday night at Iowa in the
Q3 Truck Series. Formosa took the lead on lap 39 after
race leader Chuck Chamblee and challenger Mitch Rollo collided
on the front stretch, triggered when Chamblee got loose trying
to fend off Rollo's challenge. Formosa was almost
collected in the incident but held control of his #80 machine
and led the rest of the way to take the win. Devon Morgan
had a great run going in the 2nd position until he touched the
apron exiting turn two and spun, but still managed to claw his
way back to third in the closing laps. Pole-sitter Robert
"Pablo" Gillenwater ran solid all night, finishing just one spot
shy of his first victory in the second position. Fourth
place went to Robert Didomenico, followed by Trevor Collins,
rounding out the top five finishers.
Survives Race of Attrition at The Rock, Wins Overdrive Tour
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August 18th, 2014 == Josh Berry
picked up another All-Pro win Monday night, winning the 150-lap
Overdrive Tour event at Rockingham Speedway. Berry, who
started in the rear of the field wasted little time getting to
the front, and took the lead for good on lap 45 after dodging a
multi-car wreck on the backstretch. The incident happened
shortly after a restart when leader Andrew Whitiker in the #1
car, opting to stay out on old tires lost control exiting turn
two, collecting Chuck Chamblee and numerous other competitors.
At least three cars were destroyed, and twice that many received
damage sufficient to force their retirement later in the race.
Scott Formosa was the only one that could hang with Berry the
rest of the way, with 3rd place Chamblee not able to keep up
with the lead duo. Berry eventually built up an eight
second lead over Formosa and lapped third place Chamblee.
Formosa ended up a few laps shy on fuel and had to pit with just
five laps to go, dropping back to 3rd and moving Chamblee up to
second for the final two laps. Finishing 4th was Jeff
Faulkner, followed by Bill Driscoll, rounding out the top five
Berry leads Rex Hoyle in the
All-Pro Q3 SLM standings by 33 points, while Chuck Chamblee
leads Matt Vaade by 12 points in the Overdrive Tour standings.
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August 18th, 2014 == Adam Blattel
led from pole at the Rock and took a commanding 2 second lead on
the field by lap 20. A mid race caution would fly at lap 25 then
the race was on. Jeff Faulkner was gaining on Blattel and cought
him by lap 35. Both drivers battled for the lead until Faulkner
clipped the apron coming out of turn four and lost all of his
momentum. With Jeff Rogers missing the show the points battle in
the PLM series has tightened up. Join us next week in
August 17th, 2014 == Corbin
Himstreet proved he knows his way around Michigan Speedway,
winning Sunday night's All-Pro Cup Series event at the 2-mile
super speedway and winning the Truck Series event there last
week. Himstreet dominated the Cup Series race, holding off
challenges from Chris Ginn early in the race and from both Scott
Formosa and Robert Gillenwater in the final laps.
Finishing 2nd was Gillenwater, followed by Formosa, Preston
Bores and Bill Driscoll, the top five finishers.
Victorious at Irwindale in Silver Crown Series
August 17th, 2014 ==
has been dominate in the Silver Crown Series on the short tracks
was no different. Martin led from pole and dominated the 150 lap
event. Nick Atchison and Jeffrey Faulkner had a 20 lap duel for
the ages. Faulkner preferred the high line while Atchison liked
the bottom. After the 20 lap duel, Atchison would prevail taking
second spot. Both Adam Blattel and Taylor Burris wouldn't finish
the race giving Martin a huge lead in the points. Next week the
Silver Crown Series tackles the always tough Iowa Speedway.
August 14th, 2014 == Richie
Davidowitz almost lapped the small field of competitors Thursday
night in route to his dominating win in the All-Pro TNT GN
Series race at Mid Ohio Sports Car Course. Davidowitz
started on the pole and was never threatened. Robert
Gillenwater was the only other driver to stay on the lead lap,
and finished almost a minute behind the winner. Third
place finisher Chuck Chamblee was lapped with just two laps to
go. Fourth place finisher Trevor Collins held the 3rd
position for a few laps, passing Chamblee early in the race but
ran off the course and turned the spot back over to Chamblee.
Jeff Faulkner and Kevin Berry rounded out the finish order in
the seven-car field.
Returns to Victory Lane at South Boston in Modified Series
August 13th, 2014 == Scott Formosa
took the lead at the mid-point of Wednesday night's All-Pro
Modified Series event, then held off Rex Hoyle for the win.
Pole-sitter John Martin was eliminated half-way through the
event when he and Dylan Munroe made contact on the front
stretch, putting Martin into the wall and on his roof.
Newcomer Chad Davis looked strong in the early laps, but for his
third race in a row with All-Pro he ran into bad luck, failing
to finish. Finishing third was Devon Morgan, followed by
Jeff Rogers and Louie Robinett, the top five finishers.
Wins his Own Tribute Race at Iowa Speedway
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July 30th, 2014 == All Pro put on
a special show Wednesday night, in tribute to one of their
regular members that will be heading out to Iowa Speedway this
weekend for his NASCAR touring series debut. Josh Berry,
developmental driver for JR Motorsports is getting his big break
this weekend, being put in the #5 Tackle Grab Chevy for the US
Cellular 250 at Iowa Speedway Saturday night. And Monday
night, his sim racing buddies put on a special race to send him
The Good Luck Josh 155 saw
nineteen drivers participating, with the honoree taking the pole
position. Varying pit strategies saw several different
leaders, as well as more than its share of caution periods that
would get several drivers parked before the checkered flag fell.
In the stretch it would be Chuck Chamblee, in the Bass
Pro/Tracker Camaro leading 100 of the 155 laps run, and pulling
away from 2nd place Berry with just 15 laps to go. But a
caution flag inside the final ten laps would reset the gaps, and
set up a multi-car showdown for the win.
Chamblee would make a critical
mistake on pit road, coming in first and restarting on the tail
due to a speeding penalty. This put Berry on the point for
the final ten lap sprint. Berry would lead the rest of the
way to take the win, with Chamblee making a bold move to finish
in the 2nd position, with the race ending under caution.
Jamie Moore came home 3rd, followed by Robert Gillenwater and
Bradley Smith, the top five finishers.
Garrett Konrath was parked on lap
70 for exceeding the allowed caution credits, then subsequently
penalized with a 30-day suspension due to causing two more
caution incidents. Additionally, Konrath will be placed on
a 30-day probation period after the suspension period has
expired, for deliberately causing a caution period by stopping
on the back straightaway after being involved in an otherwise
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