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All Four NAPA Super DIRT Week Divisions to Anchor Broadcast Partnership between SPEED SPORT, DIRTcar Racing and MAVTV

 

12-hour DIRTcar Racing package also includes Super DIRTcar Series events at Bad Boy Off Road World Finals, DIRTcar Nationals and Weedsport Speedway in addition to Late Models and UMP Modifieds

 

MOORESVILLE, N.C. (Sept. 20, 2016) - SPEED SPORT and DIRTcar Racing are joining together to bring dirt racing's biggest events to a national television audience on MAVTV.

 

The SPEED SPORT video production team, in conjunction with DIRTcar's DIRTvision.com, will produce 12 hours of television, including separate broadcasts for each of the four feature events from NAPA Super DIRT Week in October at Oswego (N.Y.) Speedway, which is being covered with dirt for the first time ever. Also part of the package are the Super DIRTcar Big-Block Modified championship-deciding races from the Bad Boy Off Road World Finals Oct. 28-29 at The Dirt Track at Charlotte. And SPEED SPORT will air a combination of DIRTcar events from the season-opening DIRTcar Nationals in February at Volusia Speedway Park, including Big-Block Modifieds, Late Models and UMP Modifieds.

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10/12/13 (Sat.) - 'Salute to the Troops' DIRTcar 358-Modified Championship 150 Results



SYRACUSE, NY - Oct. 12, 2013 - Brett Hearn of Sussex, N.J., inherited the lead on the final lap when Watertown, N.Y.'s Billy Dunn ran out of fuel and held on to win Saturday's 'Salute to the Troops' DIRTcar 358-Modified Championship 150 for the fifth time in his career.

 

 

'Salute to the Troops' DIRTcar 358-Modified Championship 150 Results

 

Finish Start Driver Laps Earnings              
1 14 Brett Hearn 150 $20,000              
2 19 Tim Fuller 150 $10,000              
3 20 Alain Boisvert 150 $5,000              
4 23 Jimmy Horton 150 $3,000              
5 36 Matt Billings 150 $2,000              
6 21 Andy Bachetti 150 $1,500              
7 17 J.R. Heffner 150 $1,200              
8 4 Marc Johnson 150 $1,000              
9 28 Rick Laubach 150 $800              
10 8 Tim McCreadie 150 $600              
11 13 Erick Rudolph 150 $400              
12 5 Larry Wight 150 $350              
13 7 Mat Williamson 150 $320              
14 22 Mario Clair 150 $310              
15 29 Wayne Jelley 150 $290              
16 16 Kenny Tremont Jr. 150 $280              
17 18 Jeff Sykes 150 $270              
18 30 Donnie Corellis 150 $260              
19 25 Andrew Krause 150 $250              
20 37 Bob McGannon 150 $250              
21 15 Pat Ward 150 $250              
22 31 Brian McDonald 150 $250              
23 12 Tim Sears Jr. 150 $250              
24 11 Billy Dunn 149 $250              
25 3 Carey Terrance 149 $250              
26 34 Chad Brachmann 149 $250              
27 10 Billy Decker 149 $250              
28 26 David Hebert 149 $250              
29 24 Dale Planck 149 $250              
30 39 Kevin Albert 147 $250              
31 38 Darwin Greene 147 $250              
32 35 Brandon Sweet 147 $250              
33 27 Jimmy Blewett 145 $250              
34 40 Clement Therrien 123 $250              
35 1 Ronnie Johnson 121 $250              
36 9 Stewart Friesen 97 $250              
37 2 Chris Raabe 86 $250              
38 6 Willy Decker 70 $250              
39 32 Ryan Arbuthnot 41 $250              
40 33 Yan Bussiere 21 $250              
                       
Time of Race: 1 hour, 53 mins., 52 secs.                  
Lap Leaders: R. Johnson (1-23); M. Johnson (24-37); Rudolph (38-73); Friesen (74-97); R. Johnson (98-117); Dunn (118-149); Hearn (150)
Caution Flags: 5 for 27 laps                  
Pole Award: Ronnie Johnson ($750 - Pole Position Raceway)              
Outside Pole Award: Chris Raabe ($500 - Midstate Golf Cart              
Hard Charger: Matt Billings ($150 - Draco Springs)                
Rookie of the Race: Andrew Krause ($100 Gift Card - JE Pistons)              
Leader of Lap 51: Erick Rudolph ($500 - Sharon's Toy)              
Final Sharon's Toy Compound Driver on Lead Lap: Bob McGannon ($500 - Sharon's Toy)        
Highest Finishing Member of New York State Stock Car Association: Brett Hearn ($250)        
Best Appearing Car & Crew: Chris Raabe (Gater Racing News prize package)