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39th DIRTcar Nationals by UNOH – Night 9 Results – 2/10/10

BARBERVILLE, FL – Feb. 10, 2010 – There was no stopping Shannon Babb on Wednesday night at Volusia Speedway Park.

Babb, 36, of Moweaqua, Ill., dominated the 30-lap DIRTcar UMP Late Model A-Main, rolling to a flag-to-flag victory in his first night of action during the 39th annual DIRTcar Nationals by University of Northwestern Ohio.

Driving his Sheltra Construction Rocket car, Babb grabbed the lead at the initial green flag from his pole starting position and never looked back. He easily withstood two caution flags to secure the $7,000 triumph by 2.163 seconds over fifth-starter Dale McDowell of Chickamauga, Ga., who inherited second place on lap 17 when Jordan Bland of Campbellsville, Ky., spun in turn four but wasn’t able to challenge Babb with his Bowyer Dirt Motorsports Warrior car.

“The track was just in my favor tonight,” said Babb, a two-time champion of the grueling DIRTcar UMP Summer Nationals tour. “When that bottom lane is dominant, it’s really hard to pass. So I just sat there and cruised.

“My guys were sitting here (in the infield) communicating with me real good and I could understand them, and that put me in the driver’s seat where I could just relax, breathe and drive the car.”

Dan Schlieper of Sullivan, Wis., fought forward from the eighth starting spot to finish third. Defending World of Outlaws Late Model Series champion Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va., started and finished fourth and three-time DIRTcar UMP Summer Nationals titlist Dennis Erb Jr. of Carpentersville, Ill., settled for fifth after taking the green flag from the outside pole.

Babb ended a long victory drought with his standout performance, winning for the first time since July 10, 2009, in a DIRTcar UMP Summer Nationals event at Ohio’s Waynefield Motorsports Park.

In addition, Babb scored his first win at Volusia behind the wheel of a Rocket Chassis car. His last win at the half-mile oval, on Feb. 14, 2007, came in a Rayburn mount.

“We learned a lot here over the last couple of years in this Rocket Chassis,” said Babb. “It’s getting more to where I know what to do all the time (with a Rocket), more consistent. I’m real happy with the car.”

Babb sat out Monday night’s DIRTcar Nationals by UNOH opener for the UMP Late Models, opting to spend some extra time working on his equipment at his teammate Patrick Sheltra’s shop in Indiantown, Fla. Tuesday night’s rainout pushed his 2010 Volusia debut to Wednesday — and Sheltra, a young ARCA Racing Series stock car regular who enters selected dirt Late Model events, was on hand to join Babb in Victory Lane.

According to Babb, Sheltra plans to climb behind the wheel of a team car to compete in the World of Outlaws Late Model Series season opener on Thursday night (Feb. 11) at Volusia.

The race’s two caution flags were for minor incidents. Tim McCreadie of Watertown, N.Y., was left sitting in turn two on lap one after a scrape with Mike Knight of Ripley, N.Y., and Bland suffered the heartbreak of the evening when he lost control of his fleet car on lap 17 and spun out of second place — a position he had held from the start — while chasing Babb.

Rick Eckert of York, Pa., finished sixth, followed by Eddie Carrier Jr. of Salt Rock, W.Va., opening-night winner Darrell Lanigan of Union, Ky., who started 14th, Billy Moyers of Batesville, Ark., and Tim Fuller of Watertown, N.Y.

A field of 68 cars entered the evening’s action.

Babb turned the best overall lap of the group time-trial session, flashing around the sweeping track in 16.523 seconds.

Other group fast-timers included Erb (16.689 seconds), Eric Wells of Hazard, Ky. (17.531), Richards (17.938), McDowell (17.952) and Eckert (17.759).

Heat winners were Babb, Erb, Bland, Richards, McDowell and Eckert. The B-Mains were captured by McCreadie, Earl Pearson Jr. of Jacksonville, Fla., and Jack Sullivan of Greenbrier, Ark.

The 39th annual DIRTcar Nationals by UNOH continue on Thursday (Feb. 11) with the season-opening 50-lap, $10,000-to-win event for the World of Outlaws Late Model Series. A full program featuring the Super DIRTcar Series for big-block Modifieds is also on the agenda.

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DIRTcar UMP Late Model A-Main Finish (30 laps):

1. Shannon Babb
2. Dale McDowell
3. Dan Schlieper
4. Josh Richards
5. Dennis Erb Jr.
6. Rick Eckert
7. Eddie Carrier Jr.
8. Darrell Lanigan
9. Billy Moyer
10. Tim Fuller
11. Eric Jacobsen
12. Eric Wells
13. Brad Neat
14. Brandon Sheppard
15. Jordan Bland
16. Mike Knight
17. Earl Pearson Jr.
18. Jack Sullivan
19. Wendell Wallace
20. Clint Smith
21. Jimmy Owens
22. Tim McCreadie
23. Austin Hubbard
24. Randy Korte

Lap Leaders: Babb (1-30)

Heat No. 1 (8 laps — Top 3 Transfer): 1. Shannon Babb, 2. Brandon Sheppard, 3. Brad Neat, 4. Steve Sheppard Jr., 5. Eric Jacobsen, 6. Tim McCreadie, 7. Dan Stone, 8. Russell King, 9. Chub Frank, 10. Ronnie DeHaven Jr., 11. Tyler Reddick (DNS) Dillan White

Heat No. 2 (8 laps — Top 3 Transfer): 1. Dennis Erb Jr., 2 Dan Schlieper, 3. Darrell Lanigan, 4. Brady Smith, 5. Tim Dohm, 6. Kyle Berck, 7. Steve Francis, 8. Jason Feger, 9. Whitney McQueary, 10. Chuck Julien, 11. Roy Mitchell (DNS) Brian Birkhofer

Heat No. 3 (8 laps — Top 3 Transfer): 1. Jordan Bland, 2. Eric Wells, 3. Clint Smith, 4. Earl Pearson Jr., 5. Tommy Kerr, 6. Greg Johnson, 7. Stacy Boles, 8. Jared Landers, 9. Brandon Kinzer, 10. Danny Mitchell (DNS) Mason Ziegler

Heat No. 4 (8 laps — Top 3 Transfer): 1. Josh Richards, 2. Tim Fuller, 3. Wendell Wallace, 4. Bub McCool, 5. Randy Korte, 6. Ricky Weiss, 7. Will Vaught, 8. Jonathan DeHaven, 9. Donald Beyers, 10. Ronnie Rihn, 11. Vic Coffey

Heat No. 5 (8 laps — Top 3 Transfer): 1. Dale McDowell, 2. Jimmy Owens, 3. Mike Knight, 4. Austin Hubbard, 5. Joe Callahan, 6. Jason McBride, 7. Tyler Ivey, 8. Rick Briggs, 9. Justin Rattliff, 10. Brian Nuttal Jr., 11. Kevin Colston

Heat No. 6 (8 laps — Top 3 Transfer): 1. Rick Eckert, 2. Eddie Carrier Jr., 3. Billy Moyer, 4. Jack Sullivan, 5. Brent Robinson, 6. Jeff Beyers, 7. Tyler Bruneing, 8. Dave Zona, 9. John Blankenship, 10. Darren Peters, 11. Mike Hammerle

B-Main No. 1 (10 laps — Top 2 Transfer): McCreadie, Jacobsen, Berck, Frank, S. Sheppard, Feger, Stone, McQueary, Reddick, Julien, B. Smith, Dohm, R. DeHaven, King, Mitchell (DNS) White, Birkhofer, Francis

B-Main No. 2 (10 laps — Top 2 Transfer): Pearson, Korte, Kerr, Boles, Johnson, Weiss, McCool, Vaught, J. DeHaven, Mitchell, Kinzer, Lander, D. Beyers, Rihn (DNS) Ziegler, Coffey

B-Main No. 3 (10 laps — Top 2 Transfer): Sullivan, Hubbard, Robinson, J. Beyers, Callahan, Ivey, Bruening, Briggs, McBride, Nuttal, Blankenship, Zona, Hammerle, Colston, Peters (DNS) Ratliff


The lead-off win in DIRTcar Racing Northeast’s 35th successive season of operation for the energetic driver of Tom Cullen’s no. 1 Pizza Logs-Jeff Daley & Sons Oil Service-Westmoreland Golf Club/TEO entry was scored in flag-to-flag fashion and worth a cool $2,000 on an even colder night of competition witnessed by the heartiest of race fans in the Sunshine State.

“Last night we were having a couple cocktails and everybody was telling us we had no business being down here, I guess we proved them all wrong,” beamed Friesen, 26, referring to Tuesday evening’s practice session for the Super DIRTcar Series Modifieds that was cancelled due to rain early in the afternoon. “This trip to Florida is already worth it.”

“Now we’re just going to keep on rolling, we get three more days of this. Maybe we’ll just keep this car in the trailer until that 50-lapper ($5,000 to win) on Saturday, I don’t know,” Friesen remarked.

Shadowed the entire distance by runner-up Dale Planck from Cortland, N.Y., Friesen survived four caution periods and a rare red flag to emerge as the 34th different winner in 109 events staged since the mighty DIRTcar Modifieds first ventured to Volusia in 1978. Eastern New York invader Bobby Varin from Sharon Springs, Central New York traveler Jimmy Phelps from Baldwinsville and top Frenchmen Mario Clair from St-Edmond, Que. filled out the final front-five.

The winningest Big-Block driver in 2009, Matt Sheppard from Waterloo, N.Y. crossed the line sixth followed by veteran Ohioan Rex King Sr., past Florida Tour champions Jimmy Horton, Alan Johnson and Billy Pauch in the Top-10, with reigning DCN points king Pat Ward finishing 11th after rallying from an early race flat tire.

With a heads-up start format in place for only the first round in the four-race mini-series, heat one winner Friesen paced the 26th car starting field as the Northeastern Modifieds went green to unleash their 26th trip to Florida. New Jersey legend Billy Pauch slowed in turn two to incur the first yellow flag yet it was the ensuing restart involving fellow Garden State standout Brett Hearn that resulted in a red light situation which reduced the grid by eight cars just two laps into the 30-lap finale.

Exiting turn four to start lap three, fifth-place runner Hearn clipped the inside cement wall and broke the front end of the Madsen Motorsports no. 20 Wentworth Custom Homes/TEO mount. He limped across the track with no steering and tried to tuck up against the wall below the starter’s stand, yet that was all he could do as the back of the pack piled in one after another with Pennsylvanian Dan Vauter launched into the air.

“The car itself is fine, just the skin has to be replaced,” downplayed Hearn, a 19-time Florida feature winner and seven-time DCN points champ, in the aftermath of suffering his worst finish down south since placing 24th in the ’06 winter tour opener; incidentally followed up with two wins and a third-place to wrap-up the series points crown. “We’ll probably park it for the rest of the week, but if we had to, we could still get it back together in time to race.”

The green flag flew once more and Friesen returned to his post out front, now with only 16 racers left to join in the chase. Eighth starting Ward slipped in turn to bottle up traffic behind him with four laps complete, and just two more times around the Barberville half-miler the Genoa, N.Y. wheelman slowed with a right-rear flat tire. A jumble up front on the third restart dropped third-place Phelps one spot, allowing Varin to grab the show position with King Sr. clinging to a top-five with nearly a third of the race complete.

A victim of the lap seven skirmish, Jamie Mills suddenly slid off the track high in turn four before using the outside access road to idle into the pits for an early departure. At the halfway mark, the front of the field remained intact, although Clair moved into a Top-5 slot hoping to score his own personal best in gator country.

Despite Rick Laubach slamming the turn four uke tire down low to force out the final yellow flag on lap 21, Friesen was flawless back under green and never waivered as the final 10 laps clicked off. Planck drew within a handful of car-lengths at the stripe, but Friesen was unfazed over the final five miles and went on to log the fifth DIRTcar Big-Block win of his career in the 35-minute main.

“We were pretty good, changing tires, mounting tires, really fiddling around all night long,” noted Friesen, who was scored 7th, 20th and 18th in his only other visit to Volusia in 2006, climbing into 19th on the final DCN points chart. “Whatever we did, starting position was still key tonight.”

“Had a good draw coming to the gate, then we were able to get by Brett (Hearn) in the first heat. The car was on rails after that and we were in a good position to capitalize on it. Our Bilstein Shock package was a killer, we got tricks up our sleeves there. But what’s really great is the way Jeff Daley and Marty Burdick stepped up, last week at this point we didn’t even have a motor. Now we’ve got a win, we’re excited no matter what happens the rest of the week,” Friesen said.

Returning to Barberville after notching that elusive first win at Volusia in 2008, Planck was content with second-place debuting a brand new car on opening day.

“Can’t really ask for much more, this car came right out of the box with a new shock package and it ran just great,” stated Planck, 39, first-string driver in the RezX Racing No. 77x Twin Leaf/Bicknell machine. “We had a real good draw for the heat, but the car still seemed to be real strong all night. Figured if I could get by (Stew) into turn one, I was going to do good. If not I would just settle into second and keep an eye on tire wear.”

“This was the first night out for pretty much everything, so obviously I’m pretty happy. Have to thank Carey Terrance for letting me come down. We were close to not even making the trip a couple weeks back. Can’t wait for the rest of the shows, we should be able to do even better with more laps under out belt,” said Planck, who remained taking antibiotics while recently battling flu-like symptoms during the week.

Like Friesen, not racing at Volusia since the winter of 2006, Varin also contended for Northeast bragging rights in the 2003, 2005 and 1999 stops at the Route 40 oval. Yet prior to Wednesday, the multi-time Fonda (NY) Speedway Big-Block points champion could only muster 8th in ’05 and 9th in ’06.

“It was a tough track tonight, but we had a really good race car,” boasted Varin, who steered the no. 10 Commercial Roofing & Sheetmetal-JWJ Container-Gypsum/Bicknell machine into third to snatch his first career Top-5 in Florida. “Kenny Saya (owner) put us out in a good race car and Eric Kingsley is doing a good job on the wrenches.”

“It was kinda tough passing out there tonight, but these guys are all pretty tough anyways. Especially with a lot of fast cars starting up front. Congratulations to Stewart, he deserved it, and Dale did a fine job too,” added Varin, himself a four-time race winner from 1995-2003 on the demanding Super DIRTcar Series.

Four qualifying heats were used to break down the 43-car field that once again included a GM spec motor-powered Modified that was driven this time by versatile runner Danny Johnson. Friesen, Planck, Phelps and Varin copped heat race wins while Andy Bachetti and Billy Decker won last chance consolation round qualifiers to determine the feature grid.

Friesen leads the ground-pounding NE Modifieds back to Volusia for two more regular programs on Thursday and Friday before DIRTcar Racing Northeast’s Big-Block stars battle in the fourth and final round on Saturday, February 13 as a $5,000-to-win 50-lap championship event will decide the 2010 DIRTcar Nationals points championship.

39th Florida DIRTcar Nationals By UNOH Big-Block Modified Schedule

*All times and events subject to change.

General Daily Schedule:

10:00 am — Pit Gates Open, Transporter Parking, Team Entry

1:00 pm Pit Pass Sales Open

3:00 pm Pits Cleared, Pit Passes/Credentials required

4:40pm Grandstand, Midway areas cleared.

5:00pm Grandstand Gate opens

5:00pm Drivers meetings (All draws for starting position conclude at the end of the driver’s meeting)

6:00pm Hot Laps/ Qualifying

7:20 pm Opening Ceremonies

7:30 pm First Race

2nd & 3rd Nights (Thr.-Fri.)

26 Car Field Maximum

4 heats (8-laps) with 5 cars from each qualifying for ‘A’ Feature

2 ‘B’-Features (10-laps) with 2 cars transferring

2 Provisional Positions to highest finishing point earners not to qualify through the ‘B’-Features

(Top 8 – 1st and 2nd – from each heat Redraw)

Final Night (Sat.-Feb. 13)

28 Car Field Maximum

4 heats (8-laps) with 5 cars from each qualifying for ‘A’ Feature

2 ‘B’-Features (10-laps) with 3 cars transferring

2 Provisional Positions to highest finishing point earners not to qualify through the ‘B’-Features

(Top 8 – 1st and 2nd – from each heat Redraw)

Super DIRTcar Series – Volusia Speedway Park, February 10, 2010

39th Annual Florida DIRTcar Nationals By UNOH Event #1



1 1 1f Stewart Friesen/Niagara-o-t-Lake,ONT($2,000)

2 2 77x Dale Planck/Cortland,NY

3 4 10 Bobby Varin/Sharon Springs,NY

4 3 98h Jimmy Phelps/Baldwinsville,NY

5 18 22 Mario Clair/St-Edmond,QUE

6 9 9s Matt Sheppard/Waterloo,NY

7 6 65 Rex King/Bristolville,OH

8 19 14 Jimmy Horton/Neshanic Station,NJ

9 13 66w Alan Johnson/Middlesex,NY

10 23 1p Billy Pauch/Frenchtown,NJ

11 8 42p Pat Ward/Genoa,NY

12 22 91 Billy Decker/Unadilla,NY

13 25 1x Willy Decker/Vernon,NY

14 26 33 Ray Swinehart/Bechtelsville,PA

15 24 19h Chris Higgins/Syracuse,NY

16 16 7 Rick Laubach/Quakertown,PA

17 12 165 Rex King Jr./Bristolville,OH

18 10 30 Jamie Mills/Milford,DE

19 5 20 Brett Hearn/Sussex,NJ

20 7 49er Danny Johnson/Rochester,NY

21 11 0 Richie Pratt Jr./Woodbury Heights,NJ

22 17 85 Dan Vauter/Forest City,PA

23 14 07 Tim Kerr/Picton,ONT

24 15 48too Dave Rauscher/Waterloo,NY

25 20 29 Vic Coffey/Leicester,NY

26 21 34 Andy Bachetti/Sheffield,MA


85j-H.J. Bunting III/Milford,DE

97-Michel Chicoine/Ste-Cecile de Milton,QUE

43-Keith Flach/Ravena,NY

70-Eric Acquaro/New Windsor,NY

t21-Roger Chrysler/Lewiston,NY

6-John Stangle/Neshanic Station,NJ

01-Brett Ballard/Pennsville,NJ

21k-Randy Chrysler/Lewiston,NY

66w-Wallace Stacey/Kahnawake,QUE

23-Billy VanInwegen/Sparrowbush,NY

56-Vince Vitale/Phoenix,NY

1-Darwin Greene/Susquehanna,PA

8-Rich Scagliotta/Bound Brook,NJ

8r-Rob Bellinger/Dexter,NY

99L-Larry Wight/Phoenix,NY

79-Jeremy Markle/Port Jervis,NY

66-Dexter Stacey/Kahnawake,QUE

Lap Leader: Friesen (1-30).

Cautions: 4 (lap 2, lap 6, lap 11, lap 21); 1 Red Flag (lap 3).

2 (lap 16, lap 25).


Heat Races (8 laps, top 5 finishers transferred to feature)

#1: Friesen, Hearn, Sheppard, A.Johnson, Vauter, Bachetti, W.Decker, Chicoine, Acquaro, Stangle, Ra.Chrysler (DNS).

#2: Planck, R.King Sr., Mills, Kerr, Clair, Pauch, Bunting, Flach, Ro.Chrysler, Ballard, VanInwegen.

#3: Phelps, D.Johnson, Pratt, Rauscher, Horton, B.Decker, Swinehart, Greene, Bellinger, Markle, W.Stacey (DNS).

#4: Varin, Ward, R.King Jr., Laubach, Coffey, Higgins, Vitale, Scagliotta, Wight, D.Stacey.

Consolation Round (10 laps, top 3 finishers transferred to feature)

#1: Bachetti, Pauch, W.Decker, Chicoine, Ballard, Flach, Bunting, Ro.Chrysler, VanInwegen, Acquaro, Stangle, Ra.Chrysler (DNS).

#2: B.Decker, Higgins, Swinehart, Wight, Bellinger, Scagliotta, Vitale, Greene, Markle, D.Stacey.

2010 Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modified Roster (43)

Car# Driver/Hometown Team (Sponsor / Chassis / Engine)

0 Richie Pratt Jr./Woodbury Heights,NJ South Jersey Overhead Door/TEO/DDE

01 Brett Ballard/Pennsville,NJ Burlington Overhead Door/TEO/DDE

07 Tim Kerr/Picton,ONT The Bronskill Group-Loewen Window Center-Hubert Kerr Construction/Bicknell/Enders

1 Darwin Greene/Susquehanna,PA Greene Quality Bluestone-Big Diamond Tools-TJ’s NAPA/Bicknell/Jensen Tech

1f Stewart Friesen/Niagara-o-t-Lake,ONT Pizza Logs-Jeff Daley & Sons Oil Service-Westmoreland Golf Club/TEO/Enders

1p Billy Pauch/Frenchtown,NJ K&A Excavating Contractors-Pioneer Pole Buildings-Greenfield Dodge/Bicknell/Morrison

1x Willy Decker/Vernon,NY Container-Commercial Roofing/Bicknell/Finger Lakes

6 John Stangle/Neshanic Station,NJ Active Disposal-Lightning Delivery-Metro Optics/TEO/VanHorn

7 Rick Laubach/Quakertown,PA Benton Electric & Elevator-Jones Racing Products/TEO/Enders

8 Rich Scagliotta/Bound Brook,NJ Central Jersey Trailer & Hitch Depot-Adamsville Maintenance/Troyer/Feil

8r Rob Bellinger/Dexter,NY Westward Painting-Coffin Excavation-Lake Ontario Realty/Troyer/Finger Lakes

9s Matt Sheppard/Waterloo,NY Xtreme Lubricants/Bicknell/C.C. Performance

10 Bobby Varin/Sharon Springs,NY Commercial Roofing & Sheetmetal-JWJ Container-Gypsum/Bicknell/Morrison

14 Jimmy Horton/Neshanic Station,NJ Alpha Distribution Solutions-McKeansburg Hotel/TEO/Enders

14j Alan Johnson/Middlesex,NY Sue Johnson Racing-Raymond’s Car Care-RE Nolan Assoc./Bicknell/Jimmy D’s Speed

19h Chris Higgins/Syracuse,NY Transportation Repair Service-JLRB Construction/Bicknell/Higgins Performance

20 Brett Hearn/Sussex,NJ Madsen Mtrsprts-Wentworth Custom Homes-Benjamin Moore Paints/TEO/Enders

21k Randy Chrysler/Lewiston,NY Cigarettes-Randy’s Smoke Shop/Bicknell/Mr. E

t21 Roger Chrysler/Lewiston,NY Frontenac Water-Randy’s Smoke Shop-Joey’s Sneaks-NECO/Bicknell/Nickel

22 Mario Clair/St-Edmond,QUE ResistO-Batiments JDL-GMCI Express/Bicknell/Morrison

23 Billy VanInwegen/Sparrowbush,NY Len & Jo’s Restaurant/Bicknell/Precision

29 Vic Coffey/Leicester,NY Xtreme Lubricants/Bicknell/C.C. Performance

30 Jamie Mills/Milford,DE I.G.Burton Car Dealership-ReMax Realtor-L&W Ins./Bicknell/H&G Associates

33 Ray Swinehart/Bechtelsville,PA J & L Speed Supplies/Bicknell/Malcuit

34 Andy Bachetti/Sheffield,MA Steve Hough Motors-Garrity Asphalt Reclamating/PMC/JPM

42p Pat Ward/Genoa,NY Gypsum Express,Ltd./Bicknell/Kevlar

43 Keith Flach/Ravena,NY Flach Crane & Rigging-Gould Erectors & Riggers/Bicknell/Enders

48too Dave Rauscher/Waterloo,NY Magee Transportation Services-Monadnock Disposal Service/Bicknell/Morrison

49er Danny Johnson/Rochester,NY Nick Nero Motorsports/Bicknell/Hi-Performance Chevrolet

56 Vince Vitale/Phoenix,NY Affordable Landscaping-V & V Racing/Troyer/Enders

65 Rex King/Bristolville,OH Midway Garage Doors-RD Bank Chevrolet-GS Engine Poer/Bicknell/Jim Bailey

66 Dexter Stacey/Kahnawake,QUE Bully’s Truck Stop-CFF,Inc.-Unicast Crusher Parts/Bicknell/Morrison

66w Wallace Stacey/Kahnawake,QUE Bully’s Truck Stop-CFF,Inc.-Unicast Crusher Parts/Bicknell/Morrison

70 Eric Acquaro/New Windsor,NY Arkel Motors Int’l Truck Dealer-P&M Fab.-Behrent’s Performance/TEO/Ammirati(358)

77x Dale Planck/Cortland,NY RezX Racing-Twin Leaf/Bicknell/Kevlar

79 Jeremy Markle/Port Jervis,NY Len & Jo’s Restaurant-Advance Recovery/Bicknell/Precision

85 Dan Vauter/Forest City,PA Vauter Racing/Bicknell/Enders

85j H.J. Bunting III/Milford,DE J&M Roofing & Builders-Art Collins Trucking/TEO/Medford Speed

91 Billy Decker/Unadilla,NY Gypsum Wholesalers-Stadium Int’l-Quality Hardwoods/Bicknell/Kevlar

97 Michel Chicoine/Ste-Cecile de Milton,QUE GMCI Express-E.Beaudry Enterprises/Bicknell/Enders

98h Jimmy Phelps/Baldwinsville,NY HBR Motorsports-Wave Energy Drink-Mohawk Northeast/Troyer/Bruneau

99L Larry Wight/Phoenix,NY Gypsum Express,Ltd./Bicknell/Kevlar

165 Rex King Jr./Bristolville,OH Jim Brown Seed Sales-Reese Services-Cintas/Bicknell/Jim Bailey

2010 Super DIRTcar Series Schedule

NP=Non-Point event; SP=Show-Up point event;



Wed-Feb 10 Volusia Speedway Park-np Stewart Friesen

Thr-Feb 11 Volusia Speedway Park-np Barberville,FL

Fri-Feb 12 Volusia Speedway Park-np Barberville,FL

Sat-Feb 13 Volusia Speedway Park-np Barberville,FL

Sat-Mar 27 Hagerstown Speedway Hagerstown,MD

Sat-Apr 10 Fulton Speedway Fulton,NY

Sun-May 30 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Weedsport,NY

Tue-Jun 15 Grandview Speedway Bechtelsville,PA

Wed-Jun 16 Orange County Fair Speedway Middletown,NY

Wed-Jun 23 Mohawk International Raceway Akwesasne,NY

Sun-Jul 4 Rolling Wheels Raceway Park Elbridge,NY

Sun-Jul 11 Cornwall Motor Speedway Cornwall,ONT


Thr-Jul 15 Brewerton Speedway Brewerton,NY

Fri-Jul 16 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Weedsport,NY

Sat-Jul 17 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Weedsport,NY


Mon-Jul 19 Autodrome Granby Granby,QUE

Tue-Jul 20 Autodrome Drummond Drummondville,QUE

Mon-Aug 2 Merrittville Speedway Thorold,ONT

Thr-Aug 26 Lebanon Valley Speedway West Lebanon,NY

Sun-Sep 5 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Weedsport,NY

Sat-Sep 18 Mohawk International Raceway Akwesasne,NY

Sat-Oct 2 Fulton Speedway-sp Fulton,NY


Sun-Oct 10 New York State Fairgrounds Syracuse,NY


Sun-Oct 17 Brockville Ontario Speedway Brockville,ONT


Thr-Nov 4 The Dirt Track @ Charlotte(qual.) Concord,NC

Fri-Nov 5 The Dirt Track @ Charlotte Concord,NC

Sat-Nov 6 The Dirt Track @ Charlotte Concord,NC

DIRTcar Racing Northeast main office is located in Weedsport, New York on the Cayuga County Fairgrounds, home of DIRTcar All-Star Weekend in July. DIRTcar Northeast’s crown jewel event —Super DIRT Week at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse runs annually in October featuring Hoosier Tire-VP Racing Fuels Mr. DIRTcar Championship Series events for Big-Block Modified, 358-Modified, Sportsman and Pro Stock divisions. Ticket and schedule information is available by contacting the Weedsport office (315/834-6606) during the day or logging into anytime.

The Big-Block Super DIRTcar Series is brought to fans across the Northeast by several sponsors and partners, including series sponsors Hoosier Racing Tire and VP Racing Fuels Promotional partners include Rite Aid Corporation, Dig Safely New York and the University of Northwestern Ohio and the contingency sponsors are Bars Leaks, Bert Transmission, Bicknell Racing Products, Bilstein Shocks, Brodix Cylinder Heads, Ferris Industries, Integra Shocks, Intercomp, KSE Racing Products, Motorsports Safety Systems, Penske Shocks,, Racing Electronics, Rislone Oil Stabilizer and Wrisco Industries

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