on Pit Road Key to Victory for Gillenwater at Dover
November 23rd, 2014 == Robert Gillenwater
once again made the right call for just the right amount of fuel
on the final green-flag pit stop Sunday night to get out in
front of Chuck Chamblee and cruise to another All Pro Gen6 Cup
Series win. Chamblee dominated most of the 150-lap race, leading
90 laps from the start of the race.
Fast-qualifier Gillenwater had to start in the rear of the field
due to his win last weem at Homestead, but had worked his way to
2nd by the half-way point. Gillenwater caught Chamblee,
but could not make a pass for the lead after several attempts.
But with just 45 laps to go Gillenwater tried a little strategy,
taking only tires and 16 gallons of fuel and taking the lead by
just over four seconds over Chamblee. Chamblee ran down
Gillenwater and moved to within 0.9 seconds, but after that the
gap began to increase as Chamblee used up his tires to catch the
leader. Gillenwater took the win by four seconds over
Chamblee, with Jeff Faulkner finishing 3rd a number of laps
down, followed by Louie Robinett and Casey Clark, the top
Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 == As
it is, typically in a race at Daytona or Talladega, it ain't
over until it's over. Cory Chafin picked up his first All
Pro win after he and Devon Morgan were able to get away from the
rest of the pack on a late restart and duel it out between
themselves. But things got exciting after the white flag
waved, when Morgan tried to pass Chafin to the inside in turn
one. The two got together and almost spun, losing all of
their momentum and allowing the duo of Chuck Chamblee and Jeff
Belt to close right in. Morgan tried to block the
advancing trucks, separating them and buying precious distance
for Chafin, who was now all by himself coming off turn four.
Chamblee tucked in on Belt's bumper to try to push him colser to
Chafin, but Chafin was able to get to the checkered flag first
to take his first league win. Belt finished 2nd, followed
by Chamblee, Morgan and Bradley Smith, the top five finishers.
Charges from Last to First for Win at Oxford Plains Bull Ring
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November 17th, 2014 == Chuck
Chamblee picked up his 2nd consecutive win in the All Pro Super
Late Model Series Monday night, coming from the rear of the
field and passing leader Scott Formosa on lap 85 in the
125-lapper at Oxford Plains Speedway. Formosa led the
field of eleven cars to the green from the pole position, with
Matt Vaade tucked right onto his rear bumper. Staying on
the bottom was the order of business, but a few drivers found
the task difficult. Vaade lost 2nd place after overdriving
turn three, then getting freight-trained by the inside line.
By lap 65 Chamblee had worked his way to the 4th position behind
Devon Morgan, who was looking for a way by Casey Clark to take
over 2nd. But Morgan tapped Clark, spinning him off the
track to the inside coming out of turn four, allowing Chamblee
to drive by both to take over 2nd. Point leader Rex Hoyle
had a rough night after also getting freight-trained earlier in
the race then coming back into the top three, only to get spun
by Morgan a few laps later. A late caution brought set up
a one-lap dash to the checkered flag, with Formosa restarting on
Chamblee's bumper and Vaade on the outside of Chamblee.
Chamblee held on to take the win, followed by Formosa, Vaade,
Parker Henegar and Louie Robinett, the top five finishers.
Louie Robinett was penalized two laps in the post-race review
for failing to pit for a caution incident, moving Casey Clark up
to the fifth spot in the final results.
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
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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