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Phillips tops field at Randolph County Raceway

June 7th, 2017

Moberly, Missouri – Saturday’s Lucas Oil MLRA stop at Randolph County Raceway in Moberly, Missouri wrapped up three straight days of action at three separate facilities.

When the final checkers fell it was Terry Phillips sitting in Andy’s Frozen Custard Victory Lane. Phillips wrestled the lead away from Jesse Stovall in turns three and four at the halfway point and set the pace for the race’s duration.

The win for Phillips is his 112th in series history and first Late Model win of the year. His Black Diamond Chassis is brought to life by an Andy Durham Chevrolet Engine. His primary partners include; Andy’s Frozen Custard, Don Babb Motorsports, Mesilla Valley Transportation, Keyser Manufacturing, Integra Shocks, Midwest Sheet Metal, New Vision Graphics and Bass Livestock.

Chasing Phillips to the line was Chad Simpson. It was the second straight runner up for Simpson who has shown good speed early in the season, driving his new Brinkman Motorsports Black Diamond.

With three laps to go, Brent Larson was able to move from fifth to third and grab the final podium position.Randy Timms had another good night, finishing fourth. Brantlee Gotschall was the Casey’s General Stores Hard Charger, powering forward to fifth.

Tony Jackson set the overall Fast Time early in the evening, with a quick lap at 17.188 seconds. He broke a power steering pump, causing the fuel pump to fail as well, on lap 13. It forced him to retire early from the race.

Sunoco Rookie of the Year Points leader, Rodney Sanders, also had his share of struggles throughout the night. After going to a backup car he sustained damage in the feature and was scored 17th.

Jesse Stovall and Chad Simpson won the evening’s qualifying heats. Stovall faded late to a 6th place finish, but took over the points lead. He will be running the Midwest Sheet Metal fluorescent yellow spoiler at the next stop. It is the first time he has been at the top of the standings thus far in 2017.

Next on the schedule is the 4th Annual Freedom Classic at Salina Highbanks Speedway in Salina, Oklahoma on Friday, June 30th and Saturday, July 1st. The Friday race will pay $3,000 to win and Saturday’s top finisher will pocket $5,000. It is the only time the Lucas Oil MLRA will race in Oklahoma all year.

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Jason Hughes Tops Randolph County USMTS Event

April 29th, 2016

Westville, Oklahoma – Jason Hughes topped the USMTS Modified foes at Randolph County Raceway on Saturday evening in his West Siloam Pawn #12 Hughes/Mullins Racing Engine Modified for his third win of the season.

Returning to action with the United States Modified Touring Series (USMTS), Jason Hughes visited Lakeside Speedway (Kansas City, Kansas) on Friday night for the 5th Annual Tompkins Industries Rumble on the River’s Edge. Competing in a field of 35-cars, Hughes secured his spot into the main event with a 3rd place outing in his heat. Starting in the 7th-position for the 32-lap affair, Jason gained one spot notching a 6th place finish.

The following night brought Jason to Randolph County Raceway (Moberly, Missouri) for the USMTS-sanctioned, 6th Annual Sydenstricker Farm & Lawn Shootout. Storming to the front from his 5th place starting spot, Jason
captured a heat race win, earning him the 3rd-starting position for the feature. Battling for a $3,000 payday, Hughes overtook Rodney Sanders on the 19th lap to pick up his third victory of the season with Zack VanderBeek,
Jesse Sobbing, Johnny Scott, and Cade Dillard rounding out the top five.

Wrapping up the weekend, Jason traveled to Atchison County Raceway (Atchison, Kansas) on Sunday for the Inaugural Cage Match presented by R&S Automotive. Improving one spot in his heat, Hughes earned a spot into the
A-Main with a 3rd place finish in his heat. Falling one spot short in the 52-lapper, Jason scored a runner-up finish behind Cade Dillard with Daniel Hilsabeck, Rodney Sanders, and Jesse Sobbing completing the top five.

“It was another great weekend for our team,” said Hughes. “The competition on this tour is just incredible so to consistently be battling at the front of the pack is a big deal.”

Jason sits in first in the latest USMTS MSD Central Region points standings. In addition, Hughes Race Cars leads the Manufacturers Championship Points. Complete results from these events as well as the latest standings can be found at .

The upcoming weekend takes Jason into battle in a trio of USMTS events in the Lone Star State. On Thursday evening he will be in action at Superbowl Speedway (Greenville, Texas), while Friday will take the team to Kennedale Speedway Park (Kennedale, Texas). The weekend draws to a close on Saturday evening at Lonestar Speedway (Kilgore, Texas). For more information on the events, please visit .

For more information on Jason Hughes, please visit .

Bryant masters Moberly for USRA Iron Man Challenge win

April 26th, 2016

MOBERLY, Mo. — Andy Bryant of Fort Scott, Kan., raced to his first Iron Man Challenge victory of the season Saturday at the Randolph County Raceway in Moberly, Mo.

The defending Out-Pace USRA B-Mod National Champion disposed of early leader Yancy Shepard on lap 6, and then rode the top side of the high-banked 4/10-mile dirt oval to net a $600 payday and extend his points lead in the 2016 campaign.

Galen Hassler, who started 12th, came out on top of a lap-after-lap slide-fest with Shepard to nab the runner-up spot while Brandon Lennox finished fourth behind Shepard and Fridays winner, Chad Clancy, rounded out the top five.

Eddie Schwope Jr., polesitter Cole Denner, Cody Agee, Jared Timmerman and Andrew Page rounded out the top 10.

The Iron Man Challenge featuring Out-Pace USRA B-Mods will join the USMTS at the Atchison County Speedway in Atchison, Kan., on Sunday to put the wraps on the tripleheader weekend.

Pit gates open at 3 p.m., grandstands opening at 4:30, hot laps at 6:45 and the first heat race at 7. Tickets are $20 for adults, youth ages 6-12 are $5 and children 5 and under are free. Pit passes are $35.

Fans can pick up $2-off discount coupon at Casey’s General Stores locations in Atchison, Highland, Platte City, St. Joseph and Wathena. To find the location nearest you, visit

The Atchison County Raceway is located 2.0 miles north of Atchison on Sedgewick Rd. (past 302nd St.). For more information, call (913) 370-2520 and see online.

To learn more about the USRA, visit or call 515-832-6000. You can also like us on Facebook at, follow us at on Twitter and check out our YouTube channel at

Hughes hauls in MSD Central Region money at Moberly

April 26th, 2016

MOBERLY, Mo.– Halfway through Saturdays 6th Annual Sydenstricker Farm & Lawn Shootout at the Randolph County Raceway, Jason Hughes wrestled the lead away from Rodney Sanders and then led the last half to secure win
No. 136 of his United States Modified Touring Series career.

Hughes, who captured a win on the high-banked 4/10-mile dirt oval here when it was known as 24 Raceway in 2010, racked up the most passing points in heat race action, redrew the third starting spot for the 37-lap main event and slowly began to pressure Sanders as they entered lapped traffic.

Once out front, Hughes went uncontested en route to Widow Wax Victory Lane, but the brawl for the rest of the top-10 positions was intense.

Sanders remained in second for several laps while Ricky Thornton Jr. worked his way past nine competitors to hold down the third spot with Terry Phillips following in his tracks.

With five laps remaining, Sanders slowed on the race track, the victim of a flat tire. On the restart, Thornton and Phillips banged wheels coming to the green flag. Both suffered flat tires of their own and both had their hopes of contesting Hughes dashed as they tagged the rear of the field after the caution period.

That left Zack VanderBeek and last years winner in Moberly, Jesse Sobbing, behind Hughes for the final sprint to the checkered flags.

Neither driver, however, was able to mount a serious charge at the defending USMTS National Champion and had to settle for second and third, respectively, while Hughes pocketed $3,000 for his efforts and added to his points lead in the MSD Central Region presented by Day Motor Sports.

Johnny Scott and Cade Dillard snared fourth and fifth while Dereck Ramirez, Todd Shute, Matt Dotson, Stormy Scott and Mike Jergens rounded out the top 10.

On Sunday, the series makes its debut at the exciting Atchison County Raceway in Atchison, Kan., for the inaugural USMTS Cage Match and the third straight night with the Iron Man Challenge featuring Out-Pace USRA B-Mods sharing the spotlight.

Pit gates open at 3 p.m., grandstands opening at 4:30, hot laps at 6:45 and the first heat race at 7. Tickets are $20 for adults, youth ages 6-12 are $5 and children 5 and under are free. Pit passes are $35.

Fans can pick up $2-off discount coupon at Casey’s General Stores locations in Atchison, Highland, Platte City, St. Joseph and Wathena. To find the location nearest you, visit

The Atchison County Raceway is located 2.0 miles north of Atchison on Sedgewick Rd. (past 302nd St.). For more information, call (913) 370-2520 and see online.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at, follow us on Twitter at and Instagram at or subscribe to our YouTube channel at

Kenny Mudd, Payton Looney, and Jon Melloway Fly ULMA Checkers!

September 2nd, 2015

Lucas Cattle Company ULMA Late Model racing is quickly winding down for the 2015 season but the action on the track is still going strong as drivers compete for championship points. Last week, two tracks hosted three events with Randolph County Raceway (RCR) in Moberly, Missouri playing host to both a Friday and Saturday night program while Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri hosted its final regular weekly racing championship night on Saturday.

Although the overall title is still up for grabs, ULMA is pleased to announce and to congratulate this year’s Hoosier Tire Midwest ULMA Rookie of the Year, Dustin Hodges of Fulton, Missouri. On his way to the Rookie of the Year title, Hodges picked up two victories, both coming in late July at Callaway Raceway. Hodges will be honored at this year’s ULMA banquet along with other top-tier drivers on Saturday, October 24th at the Isle of Capris Hotel & Casino in Boonville, Missouri. Banquet tickets and details will be released in the coming weeks.

RCR was the site of the opening ULMA-sanctioned event last weekend when 16 drivers checked in for competition on Friday. In preliminary heat race action, Lancaster, Missouri’s Chris Smyser claimed the victory in the opening heat ahead of Dustin Hodges and Cody Holtkamp. For heat two, David Melloway kept Kenny Mudd, and Brother, Jon Melloway at bay to claim the victory.

For the main event, Hodges and Smyser led the field to the initial green flag. Any betting person might have put their money on Smyser to add to his multiple win season; however, Mudd advanced from fourth position to eventually assume the lead, leaving David Melloway and Dustin Hodges inside the top three. It was Mudd’s second ULMA victory of the year and first since May 23. Cody Holtkamp finished fourth with Smyser, McCoin, Chuck Melloway, Terry Gallaher, Chris Cox, and Ashlee Lancaster rounding out the top ten.

ULMA racing returned to RCR again on Saturday for another full program of action supporting the National Sprint League racing event. Thirteen drivers raced in a pair of heat races to determine the starting lineup for the Late Model feature. Dustin Hodges grabbed the opening heat race win over Cody Holtkamp and Corey Botkins while Jon Melloway of Hallsville, Missouri bested previous night feature winner Kenny Mudd and Danny Crane in heat two.

Hodges and Jon Melloway started on the front row for the main event. Melloway, who is currently in a tight battle with Todd McCoin for the overall ULMA Championship was a strong runner all throughout the night; however, for Hodges, things did not go his way as he fell from contention. By race end Melloway held off Kenny Mudd and Danny Crane of Columbia, Missouri, for the victory. It was Jon Melloway’s second win of the year and first since early May.

Melloway was relieved and thankful to get back to victory lane when the race concluded, knowing in the back of his mind how important these last few finishes are to his championship hopes. Cody Holtkamp finished fourth for the second-consecutive night with Terry Gallaher fifth. John Ketterer, Chris Smyser, Daryl Dooling, Jason Munoz, and Corey Botkins rounded out the top ten.

The 2015 regular weekly racing season came to a close at Lucas Oil Speedway on Saturday evening in Wheatland, Missouri. ULMA congratulates this year’s Lucas Oil Speedway champion, Justin Russell, of Henley, Missouri on his first-ever track championship.

For the final night of action, 24 drivers signed in for action in three preliminary heat races. Josh Poe of Drexel, Missouri claimed heat one over Lance Town and Payton Looney. In heat two, J.D. Hubert of nearby Cross Timbers, Missouri was victorious ahead of Chad Richwine and Justin Russell. Larry Jones of El Dorado Springs, Missouri captured the win in heat three over Todd McCoin and Clint Long, making his first 2015 appearance.

In the main event, Looney quickly grabbed the lead and never looked back leading the entire distance for his third win in a row at the speedway and ninth overall ULMA win for 2015. Josh Poe, more known for his time behind the wheel of Modified ran a very close second in the main event. Hubert started and finished third followed by Todd McCoin and Clint Long. Finishing out the top ten were track champion Justin Russell, Phil Edmondson, Lane Ehlert, Larry Jones, and Lance Town.

ULMA racing has concluded at the speedway for the 2015 season; however, the speedway still has several special event weekends with various types of racing scheduled to close out the season. For a complete schedule of remaining events visit the track online at

This weekend marks the final two championship points-earning events for the association this year. The weekend kicks off on Saturday at Central Missouri Speedway (CMS) in Warrensburg, Missouri as ULMA drivers make their fourth and final appearance of the year at the track. Earlier this season, defending ULMA Champion Jon Binning and former ULMA Champion Jason Bodenhamer claimed victories at CMS; Payton Looney scored a CMS win over the Independence Day weekend.

At CMS, pit gates open at 4:30 with grandstands opening at 5. Driver pill draw cutoff is 6:15 (late drivers do not earn passing points in the heat races). The driver’s meeting takes place at 6:30, hot laps roll off at 7, and racing begins at 7:30. The track will be hosting its annual Labor Day special event racing with USRA Modifieds, Street Stocks, B-Mods, and Pure Stocks also competing on Saturday night. General admission is $15, Senior Citizens and Military w/I.D. $12, Kids ages 6 to 12 $5, five and under free. All pit passes this weekend at CMS are $35. The track will host a post-race BYOB free party with karaoke in the tech barn once racing concludes. Visit for more information or on race day call (660) 747-2166.

The final Lucas Cattle Company points-earning night of the season for drivers takes place at Randolph County Raceway (RCR) on Sunday, September 6th during another special-event weekend at the track. Also on the card Sunday at RCR is the ASCS Sprint Cars, W.A.R. Sprints, and USRA Modifieds. General admission for Sunday is $20, kids 6 to 14 $10, children five and under are free. Gates open at 5 p.m. For complete details visit the speedway’s website at

Although ULMA Championship Points end at RCR on Sunday, September 6th there is one additional race that dots the ULMA landscape for the 2015 season. For the first time in its nine-year history, ULMA competitors will have a chance to compete at Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kansas on Friday, September 18. For those drivers wanting to turn a few practice laps at Lakeside Speedway before the race date, ULMA drivers have been invited to hot lap their cars on Friday, September 11th, with more information to follow. This is a full-on ULMA only late model event. Additional sponsor details and purse structure to be announced.

Jon Melloway and Todd McCoin will sort out this year’s championship with the final two races on the line. Melloway holds a narrow 8-point lead over McCoin. Both drivers are past the 15 starts threshold and will each throw out two lesser performing nights if they compete in both events this weekend and earn more points than their current two lowest nights remaining to be discarded. McCoin’s two lowest nights to discard are a pair of 90 points-earning finishes. For Melloway, his two lowest points-earning nights remaining to be discarded should he improve upon his points-earning tallies are 92 points.

Remaining 2015 ULMA Schedule (as of 8/31/15)
Saturday, Sept 5 – Central Missouri Speedway
Sunday, Sept 6 – Randolph County Raceway (Final Points Race)
Friday, Sept 18 – Lakeside Speedway – Non point’s race.
Saturday, Oct 24th – ULMA Championship Banquet, Isle of Capri – Boonville, Mo

For complete standings, results, calendar of events and license information be sure to visit ULMA online at ULMA Temp Licenses are sold at each affiliated track for $10 per event entered. Drivers must either be a paid in full ULMA member or purchase the temp license to compete in ULMA events. Visit ULMA’s title sponsor at ULMA thanks Hoosier Tire Midwest, Radical Race Wear,,,, and Photographics by Shelly Payne. For more information on ULMA, visit

Agee, Nieman score Holley Iron Man Series wins at Randolph County Raceway

May 6th, 2015

MOBERLY, Mo.–For the first Holley Iron Man Series event held at the Randolph County Raceway, two new names were etched into the record books when Derrick Agee and Luke Nieman notched their career-first series wins.

Nieman, from Nortonville, Kan., slid by leader Tyler Lewis with 10 laps complete in the USRA B-Mod main event, and then ran away from the field over the final eight laps to score a $600 victory.

Dakota Foster got by Lewis for the runner-up spot, Brandon Lennox was fourth and Jared Timmerman completed the top five.

Cody Agee started on the pole in the 20-lap USRA Stock Car feature race and held serve for the first 11 laps until USMTS boss Todd Staley slid up to take away the top spot on lap 12.

After completing lap 13, a flat tire ended Staleys run while Derrick Agee the older of the two brothers from Moberly assumed the point.

For the final six laps, Derrick Agee held off a furious challenge from 14th-starting Nathan Wood to claim the $750 winners paycheck.

Friday nights winner and current points leader, Steve Jackson, was a close third, with Tom Schmitt and Kyle Falck finishing fourth and fifth.

The Holley Iron Man Series returns to action later this month with both USRA Stock Cars and USRA B-Mods in action for three nights of racing over four days.

On Thursday, May 21, the series heads to the Crawford County Speedway in Denison, Iowa. After a day off, the battle moves north to the Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minn., on Saturday, May 23, and then wraps up the month on Sunday, May 24, at the Upper Iowa Speedway in Decorah, Iowa.

To learn more about the USRA, visit or call 515-832-6000. You can also like us on Facebook at, follow us at on Twitter and check out our YouTube channel at

Sobbing KO’s USMTS heavyweights at Randolph County Raceway

May 5th, 2015

MOBERLY, Mo.-Terry Phillips and Rodney Sanders continued their battle that began the previous night in Kansas City, but Saturday night at the Randolph County Raceway it was a fight for second as Jesse Sobbing landed a blow to the two heavyweights en route to claiming his first-ever USMTS victory.

Starting next to Phillips on the outside of the front row, Sobbing took charge on the first lap and then fended off several challenges from Friday night’s winner until Sanders entered the picture on lap 8.

After a lap-10 caution, Sanders disposed of Phillips and began to apply pressure to Sobbing, who currently leads the USMTS Rookie of the Year standings.

Sanders was able to pull alongside Sobbing on three occasions, but each time Sobbing had the strength to power back around the outside to maintain the top spot.

Phillips got back around Sanders with nine laps to go, but Sobbing left the pair behind as he pulled away over the final eight laps to take the checkered flag with a nearly three-second cushion.

“Obviously with Terry Phillips and Rodney Sanders right there, to hold those guys off is huge,” a smiling Sobbing said in victory lane. “I don’t give a crap where they started. I’ve seen those guys come from the back and pass guys who start of front lots of time, so it’s awesome.”

Sobbing, a multi-time champion in crate modifieds, dabbled in a handful of USMTS races over the last couple of seasons, but this year the 33-year-old from Malvern, Iowa, got some help and is able to fulfill a dream and take on the series full time in 2015.

“I appreciate Luke Cochran and Home Pride for giving us the opportunity to do this. I was on the gas a lot harder than I wanted to be for our equipment, but when you’re leading… I guess I was pretty hungry for it.”

While Sobbing took home the $3,000 winners share of the prize money, Phillips bested Sanders for the runner-up position with Keith Foss and Matt Dotson rounding out the top five.

Cade Dillard, Grant Junghans, Kelly Shryock. Robbie Reed and Danny Crane completed the top-10 finishers.

Four days from now, the USMTS Caseys Cup Series powered by S&S Fishing & Rental embark on a four-day trek through Oklahoma, Texas and Louisiana.

Action kicks off Wednesday, May 6, at the Southern Oklahoma Speedway in Ardmore, Okla., and then moves to the RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas, on Thursday, May 7. From there, the series travels to the Ark-La-Tex Speedway in Vivian, La., on Friday, May 8, before wrapping up the quadrupleheader on Saturday, May 9, at the Boothill Speedway in Greenwood, La.

All four events will pay $3,000 to win and award points in the Double H Bands Southern Region presented by Day Motor Sports.

To learn more about the United States Modified Touring Series, visit online or call 515-832-7944. You can also like us on Facebook at, follow us on Twitter at or subscribe to our YouTube channel at

Kenny Mudd, Dwight Niehoff, and Todd McCoin Register ULMA Victories!

July 19th, 2014

Three nights of Lucas Cattle Company ULMA Late Model action took place last weekend with three separate winners claiming victories at Randolph County Raceway, Central Missouri Speedway, and Double-X Speedway.

ULMA racing actually began on Friday at Callaway Raceway in Fulton, Missouri; however, a multi-car crash brought the late model feature to a grinding halt just after the green flag fell on the field. Due to the damage to the turn one fencing from the incident, the night’s events were postponed for the evening. Double feature events are scheduled for Friday at Callaway Raceway with the postponed feature and then a regular night of competition scheduled for the night. For more information visit at or call 573-592-7795 or 573-642-6580 for details. Gates open at 5:00 | Hot Laps 7:00 | Race Begins at 7:30.

At Central Missouri Speedway in Warrensburg, Missouri, Dwight Niehoff led the field to the green flag for competition. Niehoff commanded the race in front of a fierce battle for second between Jon Binning and Payton Looney with Steve Clancy and Lane Ehlert inside the top five. Deep into the race, Niehoff led Looney and Binning in a torrid battle for second with Binning moving to the high side to take second over Looney. Niehoff ultimately captured the victory. Binning made a late-race pass for the runner-up position in front of Looney, Gage Wineland, Steve Clancy, and Chris Cox rounded out the top six. ULMA Late Models have two appearances at CMS remaining this season; visit the track’s website at

At Randolph County Raceway in Moberly, Missouri, eleven cars signed in for competition and it was Winfield, Missouri’s Kenny Mudd who scored his first ULMA victory of the year over David Melloway, Terry Gallaher, Ryan Petersheim, and Brandon Lennox. Racing at RCR continues this Saturday, for track information, visit or call the track Phone at 660-833-1727. Drivers needing tires prior to the weekend of competition are urged to contact Danny Lorton at 660-651-3646.

In one of the most exciting battles of the year for a win, 16-year race veteran Todd McCoin of Barnett, Missouri scored the victory at Double-X Speedway in the track’s Race for Riley special-event race night. McCoin, who nearly grabbed a win at the California, Missouri speed plant a year ago, stalked race-long leader Justin Russell for 16 laps before Russell bobbled in turn four allowing McCoin to grab the point and sail on to victory. Behind McCoin at the front were Jon Binning, Russell, Jake Williams, Tommy Cordray, and Greg Clemons.

Mike Garcia, Micheal Paul Motorsports, Leeper Auto Repair, and Bad Apple Collision contributed extra funds to the late model purse at Double-X Speedway, making the win worth $750 to McCoin for his efforts. ULMA wishes to thank these great sponsors as well as Kyle and Carol Wirts for hosting late model racing this year at Double-X Speedway.

ULMA racing returns to Lucas Oil Speedway this weekend for championship racing. The track’s ALPS Food Stores ULMA Late Models will be the featured class of the evening running a special 25-Lap, $1,000 to win Main Event! Visit for information or call the track hotline at (417) 282-5984.

ULMA shirts are now on sale. Kids through adult XL shirts are $15 while XXL and XXXL shirts sell for $17. Shirts may be previewed by visiting the main ULMA website at The shirts come in pink, grey, white, and lime green. See the designated ULMA track official to get yours today!

Drivers are encouraged to complete their membership forms prior to taking their first green flag of the season. Membership for the remainder of the year is $100. Drivers should be expected to complete their membership paperwork upon checking in at each of the affiliated tracks.

Visit ULMA’s title sponsor at ULMA thanks Hoosier Tire Midwest and Rod End Supply for their continued support. ULMA is proud to announce the return of to the sponsorship fold for the association. is the official classifieds of the ULMA. For more information on ULMA, visit

$1,000-to-Win Track Special on Tap for ULMA Drivers this Saturday at Moberly’s Randolph County Raceway!

July 25th, 2013

(Moberly, Mo) – Lucas Cattle Company ULMA racing returns in a big way this Saturday at Moberly, Missouri’s Randolph County Raceway (RCR), where the track late model special is set to pay a $1,000 to win! The event, which has dotted the schedule since the season schedule was first unveiled was originally one of two track special events at RCR giving the weekly racer a chance to earn extra money; however the first event was halted by persistent wet weather. After a week off at RCR, fans will be longing to see who makes the trek north to run on the RCR high banks.

ULMA along with Maxey Racing Team are proud supporters of Homes for our Troops and the two entities will participate in another fund-raising event for injured Missouri veterans at RCR this Saturday. A special balloon release will take place prior to the night’s main event in remembrance of fallen service members.

Special drawings for donated items and a 50/50 ticket drawing will take place with all proceeds going directly to Homes for our Troops. “Paying it Forward” means all funds that are raised on this night will be designated for a Missouri Veteran in need of a specialty built home.

In supporting our severely injured veterans we are giving back their independence and freedom. This is ULMA’s and RCR’s way of saying Thank You for making it possible for us to be here and for the sacrifices they have made for us. To learn more about Homes for our Troops visit their website at

Vance Wilson has dominated this season at RCR and has four wins in a row along with a runner-up finish to Kenny Mudd, the only other late model pilot to visit victory lane this season at RCR. Be sure to visit the track online for a complete schedule by pointing your web browser to or call 660-833-1727 for race status and additional information.

Callaway Raceway in Fulton, Missouri, held their Friday night race program last weekend and once again it was Vance Wilson who claimed the victory. Wilson’s latest trip to victory lane was the Quincy, Illinois driver’s second win at the track and first since he claimed the top spot back on June 21.

Wilson led a familiar face across the stripe at the conclusion of the 20-lap main event as track points leader Payton Looney, who also has two victories at the track, came away in second. Larry Winn turned in one of his strongest performances of the year by finishing third; Earl Roark and Chris Lapp also posted top-five finishes. Completing the top ten were Justin Russell, Chris Cox, Cliff Powell, Jon Melloway, and Ashlee Lancaster.

Callaway Raceway resumes their weekly program this Friday, July 26. Track information is available by contacting track owner and promoter Betty Atterberry at (573) 220-1751. The track race status phone line is (573) 592-7795.

With a stout field of 22 competitors on hand Saturday evening at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri, Mother Nature foiled the night shortly after the late model heat races were contested. Prior to wet weather arriving, Jon Binning, Andy Kennedy, and Jason Russell won their respective heat races.

ULMA late models return to action at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri, on Saturday, August 3 in which the makeup feature race from last weekend’s rainout will be ran first with the cars that were checked in based on their heat race performances. Then, there will be an all-new program for the night’s normally scheduled races. Call the track at 417-282-5984 or log onto the website at for a complete schedule of events and race night information.

ULMA licensing is mandatory at all sanctioned tracks, no exceptions! Drivers must present their license on arrival when checking in at all tracks. Visit for scheduling, full results, information, stats, rules, and to print and complete the 2013 form prior to competing. Drivers should be prepared for technical inspection at all tracks at all times!

This season marks the first year for ULMA to partner with Hoosier Tire Midwest. Drivers may purchase tires from ULMA throughout the season by contacting ULMA officials, the program benefits drivers at the end of the season during the October 19 championship banquet, which takes place in California, Missouri. Please visit for additional information.

Drivers earn championship points from their 15 best race appearances throughout the season of the more than 50 possible scheduled race nights. Visit ULMA’s title sponsor at ULMA sincerely thanks Hoosier Tire Midwest, FastShafts, Rod End Supply,, and PhotoGraphics by Shelly Payne for their support this season.