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World Finals End 2010 Series In Charlotte

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Weedsport, NYOctober 30, 2010 – By Tom Skibinski, Super DIRTcar Series PR Director

WHAT
The Super DIRTcar Series returns to action for its 2010 Big-Block Modified finale as part of the 4th edition of the Lowes Foods World Finals Presented By Bimbo Bakeries and Tom’s Snacks at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Nov. 4-6. Three straight days of trackside activity lead off Thursday with qualifying heats then continue Friday and Saturday with back-to-back 40-lap main events each paying $6,000 to win. Valuable points are on the line towards the overall Hoosier Tire-VP Racing Fuels Mr. DIRTcar Big-Block Modified Championship using the 150-points schedule, with the newest champion crowned on Saturday night.

WHERE
The Dirt Track at Charlotte is located opposite turns 3 & 4 of the 1.5-mile asphalt super speedway on the northwest side at the intersection of Speedway Blvd. and U.S. Highway 29.

WHEN
4th Annual Lowes Foods World Finals Presented By Bimbo Bakeries and Tom’s Snacks: November 4-6, 2010
@ The Dirt Track at Charlotte
*All times and events subject to change.
Wed-11/3:
4:00 pm – Pit Gate opens and pit pass sales begin. Pit Pass voucher exchange opens (event ticket & pit pass voucher must be presented for wristband. Hauler Load In Begins.
10:00 pm – Pit area secured (pit area remains open until 10:30 a.m. Thursday to credentialed guests only) Pit pass sales end, pit voucher exchange closes.

Thr-11/4:
10:30 am – Pit Area Secured
11:00 am – Pit Pass Sales Begin, Pit Gates Open, Hauler Parking Begins
12:00 pm (noon) – Inspection Begins
3:00 pm – Souvenir and Display Area Opens
4:00 pm – Spectator Gates Open
5:00 pm – MANDATORY Driver’s Meeting (Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series Meeting)
6:00 pm – Hot laps by division (SDS, WoO Late Models, WoO Sprints) (Two – 2 – sessions – Green-White-Checker)
7:00 pm – Opening Ceremonies
7:40 pm Approx. – Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series ‘Friday Night Heat Races’
8:50 pm Approx. – Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series ‘Friday Night C-Feature, Qualifiers advance to Friday’s B-Feature)
9:35 pm Approx. – Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series ‘Saturday Night Heat Races’
10:45 pm Approx. – Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series ‘Saturday Night C-Feature, Qualifiers Advance to Saturday’s B-Feature)
11:00 pm Approx. – Track secured (Pit area remains open until 12:00 pm – noon on Friday to credentialed guests only)

Fri-11/5:
12:00 pm (noon) – Pit Pass Sales Resume
12:30 pm – Pit Area Secured
12:45 pm – Pit Gate Re-Opens, Hauler Parking Begins
1:00 pm – Inspection Begins
3:00 pm – Souvenir and Display Area Opens
4:00 pm – Spectator Gates Open
4:00 pm – MANDATORY Driver’s Meeting (Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series Meeting)
5:00 pm – Hot laps by division by Feature Race (SDS, WoO Late Models, WoO Sprints)
5:45 pm – Opening Ceremonies
6:00 pm Approx. – Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series ‘B-Feature #1’ ten (10) laps
6:08 pm Approx. – Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series ‘B-Feature #2’ ten (10) laps
8:50 pm Approx. – Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series ‘A-Feature’ Forty (40) laps – Victory Lane will be following the conclusion of the WoO Sprint and WoO Late Model ‘A-Features’
11:59 pm Approx. – Track secured (Pit area remains open until 12:00 pm – noon on Friday to credentialed guests only)

Sat-11/6:
12:00 pm (noon) – Pit Pass Sales Resume
12:30 pm – Pit Area Secured
12:45 pm – Pit Gate Re-Opens, Hauler Parking Begins
1:00 pm – Inspection Begins
3:00 pm – Souvenir and Display Area Opens
4:00 pm – Spectator Gates Open
4:00 pm – MANDATORY Driver’s Meeting (Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series Meeting)
5:00 pm – Hot laps by division by Feature Race (SDS, WoO Late Models, WoO Sprints)
5:45 pm – Opening Ceremonies
6:00 pm Approx. – Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series ‘B-Feature #1’ ten (10) laps
6:08 pm Approx. – Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series ‘B-Feature #2’ ten (10) laps
8:50 pm Approx. – Super DIRTcar Big Block Modified Series ‘A-Feature’ Forty (40) laps – Victory Lane will be following the conclusion of the WoO Sprint and WoO Late Model ‘A-Features’
11:59 pm Approx. – Track secured (Pit area remains open until 12:00 pm – noon on Friday to credentialed guests only)

TICKETS
Thr-Nov. 4: Adult tickets $20 each, children ages 12-under $10.
Fri-Nov. 5: Adult tickets $39 each, children ages 12-under $15.
Sat-Nov. 6: Adult tickets $39 each, children ages 12-under $15.
Three-day ticket packages are available for adults $69 each, children ages 12-under $24.
For more ticket information, please visit www.charlottemotorspeedway.com/dirt or call 1-800-455-FANS.

WEB SITES
Super DIRTcar Series at www.superdirtcarseries.com.
The Dirt Track at Charlotte at www.charlottemotorspeedway.com/dirt
Dirtvision at www.dirtvision.com.
DIRTcar Racing at www.dirtcar.com.
Twitter at www.twitter.com/SuperDIRTcar.

ABOUT THE TRACK
Under the ownership of Speedway Motorsports, Inc., the ultra-modern 4/10-mile red clay oval was the first progressively banked dirt track built in the nation. Brett Hearn is the current Big-Block Modified track record-holder, stopping the clocks in a time of 15.088 seconds for a one-lap average speed of 95.440 mph on May 25, 2005. Tim McCreadie established the DIRTcar 358-Modified Series mark at Charlotte, posting a time of 15.956 sec/90.248 mph on April 4, 2003.

PREVIOUS WINNERS
While 2010 marks the first World Finals competition at Charlotte, the mighty Big-Block Modifieds from the Northeast first invaded North Carolina in the spring of 2001, that year following a twin 50-lap feature format. The program changed to include a 100-lap finale in 2004 before settling on a distance of 55 laps in ’05 when the show moved to a mid-week date in May run in conjunction with the Coca-Cola 600 Cup event next door. Inaugural winner Steve Paine (2001, ’03) is the only repeat champion while Brett Hearn (2001), Tim McCreadie (2002), Doug Hoffman (2002), Kevin Bolland (2003), Ricky Elliott (2004) and Tim Fuller (2005) own one victory each. Hearn also claimed the final DIRTcar 358-Modified feature staged at Charlotte in 2004 while Jack Johnson won the inaugural small-block show held the year prior.

SUPER DIRTcar SERIES
The Dirt Track at Charlotte
(8 Evts)
DATE FIRST – SECOND – THIRD – FOURTH – FIFTH
5/25/05 Tim Fuller – Jimmy Horton – Justin Haers – Kenny Tremont – M. Sheppard
4/3/04 Ricky Elliott – Steve Paine – Matt Sheppard – Kenny Tremont – Brett Hearn
4/5/03 Kevin Bolland – Billy Decker – Doug Hoffman – Tim Fuller – Brett Hearn
4/5/03 Steve Paine – Billy Decker – Doug Hoffman – Kevin Bolland – Tim Fuller
4/6/02 Doug Hoffman – Vic Coffey – Billy Decker – Tim Fuller – Steve Paine
4/6/02 Tim McCreadie – Todd Burley – Alan Johnson – Vic Coffey – Tim Fuller
4/7/01 Brett Hearn – Alan Johnson – Steve Paine – Billy Decker – Jimmy Horton
4/7/01 Steve Paine – Brett Hearn – Billy Decker – Alan Johnson – Pat Ward

TRACK HISTORY
In May 2000, The Dirt Track at Charlotte state-of-the-art four-tenths-mile clay oval was completed across Highway 29 from the super speedway. Opening as The Dirt Track @ Lowe’s Motor Speedway, the $10 million facility hosted three of dirt racing’s premier series that first year with Mark Kinser claiming both World of Outlaws Sprint Series A-Mains, Scott Bloomquist and Dan Schlieper posting Hav-A-Tampa Late Model victories and Mike Hacker scoring an American Motorcycle Association Grand National win.The stadium-style facility boasts a seating capacity of more than 14,000 and today plays host to the Super DIRTcar Series for Big-Block Modifieds, World of Outlaws Series events for both Sprint Cars and Late Models, and the region’s only outdoor Monster Truck event. DIRTcar Racing founder Glenn Donnelly was inducted into The Dirt Track Walk of Fame on April 3, 2004, joining 20-time World of Outlaws Sprint Car champion Steve Kinser, DIRTcar Big-Block Modified veteran Bob McCreadie, longtime sprint car ace Sammy Swindell, late model stock car legends Freddy Smith and Mike Duvall, and the late AMA motorcycle star Will Davis.

PAST RACE RECAPS
2005
After being named DIRTcar Northeast’s Driver of the Year in 2004, Tim Fuller put his name at the top of the list the next season with a decisive $10,000 victory in the Modified main held at The Dirt Track the last Wednesday in May. Fuller was fourth fastest in time trials and captured the second qualifying heat before drawing third to start the 50-lap main inside row two. Fuller pulled even with early leader Gary Tomkins as the lead duo crossed the stripe to complete lap 13 and then ducked under in turn two to forge what would be the final lead change although it was never a runaway for the Edwards, N.Y. chauffeur. Despite a late race caution period, Fuller dashed over the finish line three car-lengths ahead of Jimmy Horton, with Justin Haers, Kenny Tremont and Matt Sheppard crossing the stripe in that order.

2004
Ricky Elliott from Seaford, Del. scored a convincing victory in the tour’s only 100-lapper held at The Dirt Track. Despite competing in a Big-Block Modified for nearly 15 years, the $10,000 triumph was his first victory in a Super DIRTcar Series event in just his fourth race of the year with a brand new team. Eighth-place starter Elliott was second after only 10 laps and just before a caution flag flew he drove around Tim McCreadie on the 14th circuit to take command for good. Pole-sitter Steve Paine settled for second ahead of sixth-starting Matt Sheppard while Kenny Tremont charged from the 18th-starting spot to finish fourth ahead of Brett Hearn in the 33-car field.

2003
Steve Paine, from Waterloo, N.Y. and Kevin Bolland, from Brighton, Pa., each won separate 50-lap segments in the century grind staged at the Charlotte short track. For Paine it was his second win at the track, his first coming at the inaugural race in 2001. For Bolland it was not only his first victory in the state, it was the first of his career in the Super DIRTcar Series. Paine overtook Bolland in the early stages of the first race and cruised home the winner by 10 car-lengths over Billy Decker and Doug Hoffman, while Bolland settled for fourth ahead of Ron Smoker. In victory lane, Paine redrew to invert the top-four cars in the second 50-lapper, giving Bolland pole-position for the nightcap. In one of the worst looking accidents in series history, Bobby Varin was pushed sideways on the restart bunching the field behind him. Gary Tomkins had nowhere to go and was launched up into the air over the Varin machine, which was rolled over by the impact. Tomkins sailed up and over the Varin car some 15 feet in the air, landing on the nose of his number 84 and forcing out the red flag to clear away the destroyed Varin machine. Despite a late yellow flag extending the distance to 53 laps, the remainder of the race was less climactic as Bolland went on to stretch out a five-car advantage over Decker followed by Hoffman, Tim Fuller and Brett Hearn.

2002
The return appearance of the Big-Block Modifieds to Charlotte in April ended with Tim McCreadie from Watertown, N.Y. and Doug Hoffman from Allentown, Pa. capturing Super DIRTcar Series checkered flags with each victory worth $5,000. In the opener, Canadian Pete Bicknell out-dragged pole-sitter McCreadie yet dropped to second behind Steve Paine on lap 11. Hard-charging McCreadie grabbed his first lead on lap 13, but fell back to second the very next circuit, although he managed to secure the lead for good on lap 15. McCreadie took the checkers on lap 53 after another late race caution, followed by Todd Burley, who suffered a smashed cheek bone after being hit by debris, Alan Johnson, Vic Coffey and Tim Fuller. McCreadie drew number 4 to invert the top two rows for the second 50-lapper. Coffey took the lead at the drop of the green to begin round two and staved off a host of challengers until Hoffman finally drove around for good on lap 36. Switching cars for the second feature, Billy Decker rallied through the pack and passed Fuller for third with three laps to go, while Steve Paine filled out the final front-five.

2001
Central New York Big-Block Modified star Steve Paine captured the first-ever feature for the Super DIRTcar Series at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, with all-time tour champion Brett Hearn following up with victory in the second 50-lapper. The brothers Johnson, Danny and Alan, traded the lead early in the opener, yet fifth-place starter Paine ducked under both between turns three and four in traffic to forge the final lead change on lap 20. With 23 cars scored on the lead lap at the checkers, Paine took the win over Hearn, Billy Decker, Alan Johnson and pole-winner Ward. In victory lane Paine drew number 4 to invert the top four finishing cars, giving Alan Johnson the pole alongside Decker. Third-place starter Hearn wasted little time advancing to the front, passing Johnson for the lead on lap seven and cruising home for a 2-second victory. Johnson, Paine, Decker and Jimmy Horton rounded out the front-five with only nine cars on the lead lap.

Hoosier Tire-VP Racing Fuels Mr. DIRTcar Big-Block Modified Point Standings (Thru Oct. 17, 2010)
Rank No. Driver Total Series Bonus Diff Wins Top-5 Top-10 Starts
1 9s Matt Sheppard 2,875 1,875 1000 0 6 14 17 22
2 98H Jimmy Phelps 2,801 1,801 1000 -74 3 13 17 22
3 91 Billy Decker 2,698 1,723 975 -177 1 12 18 22
4 20 Brett Hearn 2,664 1,664 1000 -211 2 7 16 22
5 27J Danny Johnson 2,507 1,542 965 -368 2 10 13 21
6 77x Dale Planck 2,425 1,480 945 -450 1 6 10 22
7 49 Billy Dunn 2,273 1,273 1000 -602 0 2 10 22
8 99 Ryan Phelps 2,266 1,311 955 -609 0 1 8 22
9 62s Tom Sears Jr. 2,165 1,230 935 -710 1 2 3 22
10 99L Larry Wight 2,099 1,159 940 -776 1 2 7 19
11 4* Michael Storms 2,074 1,139 935 -801 0 3 7 20
12 7x Steve Paine 2,015 1,015 1000 -860 0 3 5 19
13 8 Rich Scagliotta 1,975 1,057 918 -900 0 1 2 22
14 42P Pat Ward 1,923 948 975 -952 0 5 11 14
15 16 Lance Willix II® 1,782 817 965 -1,093 0 0 1 16
16 3H Justin Haers 1,701 736 965 -1,174 0 1 7 11
17 1J Alan Johnson 1,653 678 975 -1,222 0 2 5 12
18 3T Gary Tomkins 1,609 707 902 -1,266 0 2 3 15
19 8R Rob Bellinger 1,382 407 975 -1,493 0 1 2 8
20 33 Mike Mahaney 1,306 378 928 -1,569 0 0 0 9
21 10v Bobby Varin 1,274 299 975 -1,601 0 0 1 4
22 99B Chuck Bower 1,251 321 930 -1,624 0 0 1 8
23 5H Chris Hile 1,242 324 918 -1,633 0 0 1 8
24 16 Mike Bowman 1,235 309 926 -1,640 0 0 0 8
25 48T Dave Rauscher 1,224 292 932 -1,651 0 0 0 5
26 10 Tim Currier 1,224 284 940 -1,651 0 0 0 5
27 21a Pete Britten 1,216 284 932 -1,659 0 0 0 7
28 74 J.R Heffner 1,208 223 985 -1,667 1 1 2 2
29 21K Randy Chrysler 1,173 261 912 -1,702 0 0 0 5
30 21 Derrick Podsiadlo 1,157 202 955 -1,718 0 0 0 6
31 57 Donnie Corellis 1,130 155 975 -1,745 0 0 0 3
32 37e Eric Fisher 1,127 203 924 -1,748 0 0 0 5
33 6 Pat O’Brien 1,124 214 910 -1,751 0 0 0 3
34 115 Kenny Tremont 1,123 178 945 -1,752 0 1 1 2
35 34 Andy Bachetti 1,117 152 965 -1,758 0 1 1 2
36 43 Keith Flach 1,111 181 930 -1,764 0 0 2 2
37 91 Chad Homan 1,100 155 945 -1,775 0 0 0 3
38 56 Vince Vitale 1,098 143 955 -1,777 0 0 0 3
39 1F Stewart Friesen 1,097 1,097 0 -1,778 2 6 9 17
40 02 Roy Bresnahan 1,086 166 920 -1,789 0 0 0 3
41 10x Willy Decker 1,070 142 928 -1,805 0 0 1 3
42 94 Ray Hoard 1,066 138 928 -1,809 0 0 1 2
43 24 Jim Witko Jr. 1,063 131 932 -1,812 0 0 1 3
44 37md Jer.Shingledecker 1,061 61 1000 -1,814 0 0 0 1
45 39 Ryan Bartlett 1,061 153 908 -1,814 0 1 1 5
46 45 Wayne Jelley 1,055 149 906 -1,820 0 1 1 2
47 77F Mark Flach Jr. 1,051 116 935 -1,824 0 0 1 2
48 07 Tim Kerr 1,048 103 945 -1,827 0 0 0 2
49 98 Eddie Marshall 1,045 90 955 -1,830 0 0 0 2
50 13 Tony Steiner 1,037 125 912 -1,838 0 0 0 1
51 160 Johnny Hill 1,032 116 916 -1,843 0 0 0 2
52 X Chad Phelps 1,025 105 920 -1,850 0 0 0 2
53 65 Rex King 1,025 40 985 -1,850 0 0 0 1
54 61 Dave Murdick 1,015 40 975 -1,860 0 0 0 1
55 45m Mike Ward 1,011 107 904 -1,864 0 0 0 2
56 777 Kevin Bolland 1,000 0 1000 -1,875 0 0 0 0
57 711 JaMike Sowle 1,000 0 1000 -1,875 0 0 0 0
58 87x Paul Gilardi 998 80 918 -1,877 0 0 0 2
59 83 Brian Swartzlander 995 10 985 -1,880 0 0 0 0
60 18J Jason Rood 994 70 924 -1,881 0 0 0 2

2010 Gater Racing News Big-Block Modified Lap Leaders
DATE TRACK LAPS LEADERS
March 27 Hagerstown 100 57-Sheppard, 36-Decker, 7-D.Johnson
April 10 Fulton 100 55-Planck, 28-J.Phelps, 11-Wight, 6-Decker
May 30 Cayuga Co. 100 78-Sheppard, 22-J.Phelps
June 15 Grandview 100 54-Planck, 36-Friesen, 10-VonDohren
June 16 Orange Co. 67 30-J.Phelps, 18-Higbie, 14-Meier, 5-Sheppard
June 23 Mohawk 100 89-Sheppard, 11-J.Phelps
July 4 Rolling Wheels 100 100-Sheppard
July 11 Cornwall 100 66-Decker, 34-Hearn
July 15 Brewerton 50 40-Sheppard, 10-J.Phelps
July 16 Cayuga Co. 50 23-J.Phelps, 23-Dunn, 4-Sheppard
July 17 Cayuga Co. 100 33-J.Phelps, 25-Friesen, 15-Sears,
10-Bartlett, 9-Ward, 8-Sheppard
July 19 Granby 100 64-Hearn, 36-Planck
July 20 Drummond 100 78-Planck, 22-D.Johnson
Aug 2 Merrittville 100 41-Paine, 30-Sheppard, 29-Friesen
Aug 26 Lebanon Valley 100 92-Heffner, 8-Jelley
Sept 5 Cayuga Co. 100 94-Wight, 6-A.Johnson
Sept. 18 Mohawk 100 59-Sheppard, 41-Hearn
Oct. 10 NYS Fairgrnds 200 81-Friesen, 51-J.Phelps, 28-Ward,
19-Corellis, 16-Decker, 4-R.Johnson,
1-Wight.
Oct. 17 Brockville 100 86-Sheppard, 9-Hearn, 5-D.Johnson

2010 Bilstein Shocks Big-Block Modified Time Trials
*New Record
TRACK SIZE QUICK QUALIFIER TIME AVE.SPEED
Hagerstown 1/2-mile Matt Sheppard 20.573 sec. 87.493 mph
Fulton 3/8-mile Matt Sheppard *15.549 sec. 86.822 mph
Cayuga Co. 3/8-mile Jimmy Phelps 15.853 sec. 85.157 mph
Grandview 1/3-mile Matt Sheppard 14.512 sec. 93.026 mph
Orange Co. 5/8-mile Jimmy Phelps 21.160 sec. 106.333 mph
Mohawk 4/10-mile Danny Johnson 17.377 sec. 82.868 mph
Rolling Wheels 5/8-mile Matt Sheppard 20.991 sec. 107.189 mph
Cornwall 1/4-mile Steve Paine *12.875 sec. 69.903 mph
Brewerton 1/3-mile Vic Coffey 14.571 sec. 82.355 mph
Cayuga County 3/8-mile Matt Sheppard 15.891 sec. 84.954 mph
Cayuga County 3/8-mile Billy Dunn 16.321 sec. 82.716 mph
Granby 1/2-mile Dale Planck *18.132 sec. 99.272 mph
Drummond 4/10-mile Yan Bussiere 17.463 sec. 82.460 mph
Merrittville 1/3-mile Jimmy Phelps 15.306 sec. 78.401 mph
Lebanon Valley 5/8-mile Jimmy Phelps 19.689 sec. 114.277 mph
Cayuga Co. 3/8-mile Justin Haers 16.023 sec. 84.254 mph
Mohawk 4/10-mile Billy Decker 17.144 sec. 83.994 mph
NYS Fairgrounds 1.0-mile Jimmy Phelps 31.592 sec. 113.953 mph
Brockville 3/8-mile Jimmy Phelps 15.018 sec. 89.892 mph

TRACK HEAT WINNERS
Hagerstown M.Sheppard, B.Hearn, L.Wight, D.Johnson
Fulton L.Wight, S.Paine, A.Johnson, J.Phelps
Cayuga Co. D.Johnson, D.Planck, A.Johnson, B.Dunn
Grandview B.Hearn, B.Dunn, S.Friesen, D.Planck
Orange Co. M.Sheppard, J.Phelps, D.Johnson, D.Planck
Mohawk B.Decker, B.Hearn, S.Paine, D.Johnson
Rolling Wheels M.Sheppard, J.Haers, G.Tomkins
Cornwall L.Ladouceur, M.Storms, S.Paine, D.Johnson
Brewerton R.Phelps, S.Paine, D.Planck, B.Hearn
Cayuga County B.Decker, R.Phelps, B.Hearn, J.Phelps, T.Fuller
Cayuga County B.Dunn, S.Friesen, D.Johnson, J.Haers, S.Paine
Granby Y.Bussiere, M.Sheppard, R.Scagliotta, S.Paine
Drummond D.Dufault, B.Hearn, M.Clair, D.Johnson
Merrittville J.Phelps, R.Phelps, B.Decker, L.Wight
Lebanon Valley B.Hearn, K.Flach, W.Jelley, D.Johnson
Cayuga Co. A.Johnson, R.Phelps, J.Phelps, M.Sheppard
Mohawk B.Hearn, M.Sheppard, D.Planck
NYS Fairgrounds J.Phelps, B.Decker, P.Ward
Brockville P.O’Brien, P.Ward, B.Dunn, D.Johnson

NEWS & NOTES
New Champion Fitted For Crown
: The 2010 World Finals in Charlotte is just that —- the final event in the 2010 Super DIRTcar Series with season-long leaders Matt Sheppard and Jimmy Phelps both in search of their first-ever overall Hoosier Tire-VP Racing Fuels Mr. DIRTcar Big-Block title. Ranking right below on the points chart are two-time champion Billy Decker, seven-time and reigning points king Brett Hearn, and four-time titlist Danny Johnson, who is still looking for his first crown of the new millennium. With the 150-points schedule in effect since Labor Day Weekend, a lot of ground can be made up with a good finish or given up with a poor result in the twin 40-lap races in Charlotte. Sheppard currently maintains a 74-point advantage over Phelps with Decker a long-shot (177 points back) to regain the title he last held in 2008. The customary 100-point Series formula awards 100 points to the race winner and a minimum of 40 to start, while the current scale being implemented starts at 150 points up top and offers 50 to start.

2010 Mr. DIRTcar Championship On The Line: The overall Hoosier Tire-VP Racing Fuels Mr. DIRTcar Modified Champion in 2010 is determined by adding actual points earned in the Super DIRTcar Series along with bonus points collected at a designated hometrack throughout the racing season. Along with gaining valuable Series points during the year, each driver earns a maximum of 1000 additional points from a hometrack when Mr. DIRTcar Championship points are officially tallied after Labor.

Sussex, N.J. ace Brett Hearn was crowned Mr. DIRTcar Champion in 2009, with his initial title taken two decades earlier in 1990. En route to collecting a record 7th overall Mr. DIRTcar title, the ‘Corporate Jet’ grabbed three checkered flags and held off a late-season rally from Matt Sheppard to garner DIRTcar Racing Northeast’s highest Big-Block Modified honor for owners Guy & Patricia Madsen and the Madsen Motorsports-Wentworth Custom Homes-Benjamin Moore Paints Team. Jimmy Phelps settled for third ahead of ’08 champion Billy Decker with Justin Haers completing the top-5 after enjoying the best year of his budding career. 2009 Big-Block Modified Rookie of the Year Rich Scagliotta from Bound Brook, N.J. finished 17th on the final points chart to lead a sweep for Garden State regulars.

Hoosier Tire-VP Racing Fuels Mr. DIRTcar Big-Block Modified Champs
YEAR CHAMPION (wins) MSS/G-FORCE ROOKIE of the YEAR
2009 Brett Hearn (3) Rich Scagliotta
2008 Billy Decker (10) Larry Wight
2007 Brett Hearn (7) Mike Bowman
2006 Alan Johnson (6) Kenny Stafford
2005 Tim Fuller (6) Stewart Friesen
2004 Gary Tomkins (4) Justin Hears
2003 Alan Johnson (6) Matt Sheppard
2002 Alan Johnson (5) Joe Beyea
2001 Brett Hearn (7) Frankie Caprara
2000 Steve Paine (4) Jeff Brownell
1999 Danny Johnson (2) Josh Skarzenski
1998 Billy Decker (6) Todd Milton
1997 D.Johnson (7)/B.Hearn (5) Tim McCreadie
1996 Brett Hearn (5) Vic Coffey
1995 Bob McCreadie (6) Tim Fuller
1994 Bob McCreadie (9) Jamie Mills
1993 Brett Hearn (5) Scott Schrader
1992 Danny Johnson (6) Ricky Elliott
1991 Doug Hoffman (5) Lenny Boyd
1990 Brett Hearn (7) Scott Prentice
1989 Danny Johnson (7) John Ventura
1988 Jack Johnson (2) Mike Jeffery
1987 Jack Johnson (2) Steve Behrent
1986 Charlie Rudolph (1) Jim Ruston
1985 Jack Johnson (1) Rich Burgess
1984 Jack Johnson (3) Ray Underwood
1983 Alan Johnson (4) Jimmy Begolo
1982 Jack Johnson (2) Randy Glenski
1981 Alan Johnson (2) Craig Keel
1980 Jack Johnson (5) Roger Phelps
1979 Will Cagle Jim Jarvis
1978 Will Cagle Jerry Knox
1977 Dave Lape Rick Martell
1976 Will Cagle —–

Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modified Winners: 1980-10/17/10 (659 events / 45 tracks / 72 drivers)
WINS DRIVER FIRST WIN LAST WIN
106 Brett Hearn Lebanon Valley, 7/15/81 Fulton, 10/2/10
68 Danny Johnson Fonda, 9/25/82 Brockville, 10/17/10
54 Billy Decker Lebanon Valley, 9/18/88 Hagerstown, 3/27/10
51 Bob McCreadie Ransomville, 9/10/82 Rolling Wheels, 9/4/00
51 Alan Johnson Ransomville, 6/27/80 Fulton, 7/4/09
28 Jack Johnson Cayuga County, 7/16/80 Orange County, 6/14/01
27 Steve Paine Canandaigua, 9/7/85 Can-Am, 8/18/07
26 Doug Hoffman Orange County, 10/25/87 Lowe’s, 4/6/02
18 Tim McCreadie Rolling Wheels, 9/26/99 Drummond, 8/23/04
18 Tim Fuller Rolling Wheels, 9/21/03 Canandaigua, 8/8/09
18 Matt Sheppard Drummond, 7/12/04 Mohawk, 9/18/10
17 Gary Tomkins Hagerstown, 3/30/02 Cornwall, 8/17/08
16 Jimmy Horton Lebanon Valley, 7/8/80 Susquehanna, 6/15/06
13 Kenny Tremont Lebanon Valley, 7/9/92 Lebanon Valley, 7/7/05
9 Kenny Brightbill Fonda, 10/18/87 Bridgeport, 6/19/97
8 Frank Cozze Orange County, 10/22/89 NYS Fairgrounds, 10/12/08
8 Jimmy Phelps Brewerton, 8/30/06 Cayuga County, 7/16/10
7 Billy Pauch Flemington, 7/27/89 New Egypt, 6/22/05
7 Jeff Heotzler Orange County, 7/26/89 Orange County, 10/21/07
6 Dave Lape Rolling Wheels, 7/5/82 Fonda, 7/24/91
6 Joe Plazek Brewerton, 6/28/94 Rolling Wheels, 9/1/97
6 Dale Planck Cornwall, 7/9/06 Fulton, 4/10/10
5 Will Cagle Erie County, 9/20/80 Rolling Wheels, 9/27/81
5 Pete Bicknell Humberstone, 8/23/84 NYS Fairgrounds, 7/3/02
4 Carl Reynolds Five Mile Point, 7/12/80 Five Mile Point, 10/17/81
4 Merv Treichler Cayuga County, 9/20/81 Lebanon Valley, 8/9/84
4 C.D. Coville Fonda, 4/19/80 Devil’s Bowl, 8/29/84
4 Kevin Collins Fonda, 7/25/90 Fonda, 8/16/94
4 Bobby Varin Fonda, 8/16/95 Orange County, 10/26/03
3 Charlie Rudolph Fonda, 10/16/83 Ransomville, 9/5/86
3 Chuck McKee Orange County, 8/16/98 Orange County, 8/1/02
3 Pat Ward Can-Am, 7/16/98 Cayuga County, 9/4/05
3 Andy Bachetti Lebanon Valley, 8/5/04 Lebanon Valley, 9/7/08
3 J.R. Heffner Lebanon Valley, 8/10/00 Lebanon Valley, 8/26/10
2 Mike McLaughlin Canandaigua, 9/6/80 Rolling Wheels, 9/28/80
2 Don McGinnis Merrittville, 9/11/83 Canandaigua, 9/17/83
2 Tommy Corellis Lebanon Valley, 9/14/80 Lebanon Valley, 9/14/86
2 Davey Moore Ransomville, 8/4/81 Humberstone, 9/10/87
2 Rich Ricci Jr. Lebanon Valley, 7/28/94 Lebanon Valley, 9/7/97
2 Pat O’Brien Can-Am, 7/17/90 Brockville, 7/10/07
2 Vic Coffey NYS Fairgrounds, 10/13/02 NYS Fairgrounds, 10/7/07
2 Ryan Phelps Cayuga County, 7/18/09 Cayuga County, 7/19/09
1 Bernie Griffin Five Mile Point, 7/12/80
1 Lou Lazzaro Canandaigua, 7/23/80
1 Chuck Akulis Five Mile Point, 10/18/80
1 Harvey Hainer Ransomville, 9/11/81
1 Dick Larkin NYS Fairgrounds, 9/6/82
1 Gary Iulg Rolling Wheels, 9/6/82
1 Ken Brenn Jr. NYS Fairgrounds, 7/3/83
1 Larry Brolsma Orange County, 9/10/83
1 Freddy Brightbill New Venture, 9/29/85
1 Rich Eurich Orange County, 10/23/88
1 Kenny Schrader Sanair, 7/9/89
1 Geoff Bodine Thompson, 8/6/89
1 Mike Romano Fonda, 10/15/89
1 Reggie Ruggiero Thompson, 7/29/90
1 Walt Mitchell Woodhull, 7/31/91
1 Doug Worthing Five Mile Point, 8/14/91
1 Ron Smoker Merrittville, 8/5/92
1 Richie Tobias Jr. NYS Fairgrounds, 10/11/92
1 Danny O’Brien Can-Am, 8/30/95
1 Jimmy Hauser NYS Fairgrounds, 7/7/96
1 Eddie Marshall NYS Fairgrounds, 9/6/99
1 Steve Poirier Drummond, 7/8/02
1 Kevin Bolland Lowe’s, 4/5/03
1 Ricky Elliott Lowe’s, 4/3/04
1 Keith Hoffman New Egypt, 10/13/07
1 H.J. Bunting Georgetown, 7/17/08
1 Duane Howard Big Diamond, 4/26/09
1 Craig VonDohren Grandview, 6/15/10
1 Larry Wight Cayuga County, 9/5/10
1 Stewart Friesen NYS Fairgrounds, 10/10/10

Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modified Bilstein Shocks Fast Timers 1983-10/17/10 (281 events / 33 tracks / 52 drivers)
EVTS DRIVER FIRST FAST TIME LAST FAST TIME
43 Billy Decker NYS Fairgrounds, 7/3/01 Mohawk, 9/18/10
41 Brett Hearn Orange County, 10/24/86 Cayuga County, 9/6/09
21 Tim McCreadie Rolling Wheels, 7/4/00 Cayuga County, 5/29/05
21 Tim Fuller New Egypt, 6/20/02 Big Diamond, 4/26/09
20 Matt Sheppard Drummond, 7/12/04 Cayuga County, 7/16/10
18 Steve Paine Canandaigua, 9/1/99 Cornwall, 7/11/10
13 Jimmy Phelps Drummond, 7/11/05 Brockville, 10/17/10
9 Chuck Bower Cayuga County, 5/28/00 Lernerville, 8/3/05
8 Bob McCreadie NYS Fairgrounds, 10/7/90 Fonda, 10/20/02
8 Gary Tomkins Drummond, 7/10/00 Rolling Wheels, 5/7/06
8 Alan Johnson Cayuga County, 5/26/02 Rolling Wheels, 9/27/08
6 Dale Planck Drummond, 7/10/06 Granby, 7/19/10
5 Frank Cozze Orange County, 6/10/04 New Egypt, 8/15/07
3 Billy Pauch NYS Fairgronds, 10/12/86 NYS Fairgrounds, 10/9/88
3 Kenny Brightbill NYS Fairgronds, 10/13/96 New Egypt, 8/2/00
3 Doug Hoffman NYS Fairgronds, 10/11/87 Tri-City, 8/5/01
3 Andy Bachetti Orange County, 10/24/99 Lebanon Valley, 7/7/05
3 Justin Hears Rolling Wheels, 5/2/04 Cayuga County, 9/5/10
2 Jack Johnson NYS Fairgrounds, 10/7/84 Orange County, 10/28/84
2 Dave Blaney NYS Fairgrounds, 10/9/94 NYS Fairgrounds, 10/10/99
2 Jimmy Horton NYS Fairgronds, 10/11/92 Big Diamond, 6/18/03
2 Bobby Varin NYS Fairgronds, 10/11/98 Fonda, 7/17/03
2 Pat Ward Fonda, 7/19/00 Rolling Wheels, 9/23/06
2 Duane Howard Grandview, 7/18/07 Virginia, 5/1/08
2 Jeff Heotzler Orange County, 10/27/96 Orange County, 10/19/08
2 Danny Johnson Lebanon Valley, 8/10/00 Mohawk, 6/23/10
2 Vic Coffey Cayuga County, 5/25/08 Brewerton, 7/15/10
2 Yan Bussiere Drummond, 9/20/09 Drummond, 7/20/10
1 Merv Treichler NYS Fairgrounds, 10/9/83
1 Rich Eurich Orange County, 10/30/83
1 Sammy Swindell NYS Fairgrounds, 10/13/85
1 Tony Ferriauolo IV Orange County, 10/27/85
1 Joe Plazek NYS Fairgrounds, 10/10/93
1 Chuck McKee Orange County, 10/25/98
1 Scott Prentice Rolling Wheels, 4/30/00
1 A.J. Romano Rolling Wheels, 8/20/00
1 Ricky Elliott New Egypt, 6/21/01
1 Eddie Marshall Lebanon Valley, 8/2/01
1 Ron Smoker NYS Fairgrounds, 9/3/01
1 Frankie Caprara Lowe’s, 4/6/02
1 Todd Burley Cornwall, 7/7/02
1 Bucky Kell Hagerstown, 3/27/04
1 J.R. Heffner Lebanon Valley, 9/10/05
1 Rick Grosso Jr. New Egypt, 9/24/05
1 Pierre Berthiaume Brockville, 7/4/06
1 Rick Mill Orange County, 10/22/06
1 Ryan Phelps Cayuga County, 9/2/07
1 Pat O’Brien Fulton, 6/7/08
1 David VanHorn Jr. Orange County, 7/31/08
1 Keith Flach Lebanon Valley, 6/6/09
1 Larry Wight Fulton, 7/4/09
1 David Hebert Granby, 7/10/09
1 Billy Dunn Cayuga County, 7/17/10

Sheppard SPEEDs Ahead: Kicking off the final week of racing in the Super DIRTcar Series, current Hoosier Tire-VP Racing Fuels Mr. DIRTcar Big-Block Modified Championship Series points leader Matt Sheppard is slated to join “Wind Tunnel with Dave Despain” on SPEED at 9 p.m. ET Sunday, Oct. 31. Live via satellite, Sheppard will discuss the Big-Blocks debut during the upcoming Lowes Foods World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, look back at his past trips to North Carolina, and comment on the most successful seasons of his career —including the past two— teamed with Jeff Brownell Sr. steering the JB Motorsports No. 9s Xtreme Lubricants/Bicknell entry. Sheppard will then be captured LIVE on Saturday, Nov. 6 as he battles for the coveted Mr. DIRTcar crown in a special four-hour broadcast seen across the country on SPEED TV beginning at 8 p.m.

Changing Of The Guard: When the Super DIRTcar Series made its first visit to The Dirt Track at Charlotte in 2001, Roger Slack served as manager of the short-track racing program for then named Lowe’s Motor Speedway. DIRTcar founder Glenn Donnelly first put Slack on the flagstand for a GATR Big-Rig Truck race when he was 14 and the grandson of Cayuga (Ont.) Speedway pioneer Bob Slack returned the favor a dozen years later by putting the Big-Block Modifieds on the schedule in the track’s second year of operation. DIRTcar Northeast’s top open-wheel traveling series quickly got over its identity crisis in the south, signing up 79 race teams and attracting over 10,000 race fans for the inaugural trip to NASCAR’s backyard. Today, Slack is World Racing Group Executive Vice President of Events and his replacement at Charlotte is Alex Hoag, a transplant from New York State’s Southern Tier and grandson of Northeast Modified Hall of Famer Dutch Hoag. The third-generation racer from Bath, N.Y. also competed at the dirt track, with the 2000 DIRTcar 358-Modified Rookie of the Year finishing 8th (started 28th) in the 2003 Mr. DIRTcar 358-Modified Championship event. He failed to crack the Big-Block starting grid in both the 2001 and ’03 specials run down south.

Hearn Has History At Charlotte: While Super DIRTcar Series record-holder Brett Hearn has already won at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, the Sussex, N.J. speedster also has experience on asphalt at the neighboring super speedway. The first time Hearn competed at Charlotte Motor Speedway he was a struggling pavement newcomer in a starting field that included Bobby and Davey Allison, Dale Jarrett, Dale Earnhardt, Bill Elliott, Bobby Labonte, Rusty Wallace, Mark Martin and Darrell Waltrip. Driving a Buick fielded by an under-financed team, Hearn qualified an impressive 13th for the NASCAR Busch Series event in May of 1988. Second-generation NASCAR ace Jarrett won the race that Saturday afternoon while Hearn had engine problems and completed only 20 laps in what turned out to be his fourth-and final Busch Series start at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Remarked Hearn at the time, “I definitely regret that a deal never came together. The timing was definitely right. I was at the right age and it was still fairly easy to break into the Busch Series at that point. But I was making a good living driving a DIRT Modified and I was stuck between racing up here in the Northeast or moving to Charlotte and starting all over again.”

Memories For The Millennium: Words from H.A. “Humpy” Wheeler, former president and general manager of Charlotte Motor Speedway, in the aftermath of DIRTcar’s highly anticipated debut appearance at the dirt track in 2001. “We learned something when we had a race for DIRT Modifieds, with those cars coming mostly from Upstate New York. I was thinking we might have 4,000 people here and we ended up with closer to 11,000 showing up. We polled the grandstand and found out about three-quarters of the fans came from the Northeast and half of those now live in the area. So there’s a tremendous migration into the Southeast and we’ve got enough people to fill the stands on a continuing basis if we work hard and treat them right.”

Cup Drivers Dig DIRTcar: As the Dirt Track at Charlotte sits in the backyard of NASCAR, will any more Cup drivers be lured under the lights to compete in a full-blown DIRTcar Big-Block when the Northeast’s top Modified Series returns in November? A number of asphalt stars have competed on the DIRTcar circuit in the past with a handful even pulling up into victory lane. Fans at Northeastern DIRT-sanctioned tracks have witnessed the likes of Bobby Allison, Cale Yarborough, Harry Gant, Kyle Petty, Bobby Hillin, Geoff Bodine and Kenny Schrader, and in Y2K Tony Stewart, Dave Blaney, Jerry Nadeau and Carl Edwards steered open-wheel Modified machines. Two-time Cup champion Stewart —a Florida DIRTcar Nationals runner at Volusia from 2000-03— won a small-block tour event at Lebanon Valley (NY) Speedway while both Schrader (Sanair) and Bodine (Thompson) scored their lone wins in DIRT/Asphalt Series competition. Blaney and Edwards have also secured rides in the past at Charlotte, with Blaney twice registered in the familiar J&S Racing no. 74 Smith Bros. Concrete Foundations ride while Edwards drove the back-up no. 3 entry as a teammate to multi-time DIRTcar Modified champion Brett Hearn.

Feature Finale: With the 2010 DIRTcar Racing Northeast season about to conclude, 47 drivers have shared 158 Big-Block checkered flags at 26 tracks. Super DIRTcar Series points leader Matt Sheppard (19) and Super DIRT Week XXXIX SEF Small Engine Fuels 200 pole-sitter Jimmy Phelps (14) rank highest on the list of 28 drivers posting more than one victory. Veteran tour traveler Steve Paine and Pennsylvania rivals Jeremiah Shingledecker and Dave Murdick own nine each. Tour titans Alan and Danny Johnson, Billy Dunn, Bobby Varin, Brian Swartzlander, Rob Bellinger and Kevin Bolland have five victories apiece while Big-Block Series star Billy Decker, Glen Ridge champion JaMike Sowle, Craig Hanson and J.R. Heffner have all captured four checkered flags. All-time SDS winner Brett Hearn plus Lebanon Valley runners Kenny Tremont and Andy Bachetti rank next with three. Series stalwart Dale Planck, Justin Haers, Willy Decker, Jim Davis, Rex King Sr. and Valley regulars Eddie Marshall, Mike King and Ray Hoard, and history making Syracuse SEF 200 Champion Stewart Friesen are the only other repeat winners. Young tour talents Ryan Phelps, Michael Storms and Cayuga County Series winner Larry Wight have also cracked the Central New York winner’s circle this season.

JB Motorsports Goes To Xtreme With Race Award: Continuing to play a pivotal supporting role in the Big-Block Super DIRTcar Series, JB Motorsports team owner Jeff Brownell Sr. has returned with a unique award created last season that will be handed out at each tour stop in 2010. An ‘Xtreme Lubricants Slick Move of the Race’ award will be presented after every series show with the winner receiving $100 in product. A $500 cash bonus to the overall ‘Xtreme Lubricants Slick Move of the Year’ winner will be delivered during the DIRTcar Racing Northeast ‘Night of Champions’ Awards Banquet to be held at the Turning Stone Resort in November. The ‘Xtreme Lubricants Slick Move of the Race’ will be determined by those Series officials presiding over each event. The criteria does not limit the award winner to making a memorable move on the track, as any noteworthy action —avoiding an accident en route to the track or helping out a fellow competitor in the pits— on race day could sway voters when making their final decision. Veteran Central New York car owner Brownell boasts four decades of experience in the oil business with 25 years recognized nationally as a company owner.

Andrews Anchors DIRT Radio Network Broadcasts: Nationally recognized SPEED commentator and popular track public address announcer Shane Andrews is back on the road in 2010 serving as the official voice of the Super DIRTcar Series for a fifth consecutive year. In addition to traveling the DIRTcar Northeast circuit and carrying out his accustomed weekend announcing duties, Andrews will also be a regular host heard on the DIRT Radio Network. Fans will be able to listen to every Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block event LIVE on the DIRT Radio Network in 2010.

DIRT Radio Network Heard Around The World: If fans can’t make the trip to the Tar Heel State, the DIRT Radio Network presented by BUTLERbuilt travels to the The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Nov. 4-6, for the Lowes Foods World Finals Presented By Bimbo Bakeries and Tom’s Snacks and the final rounds of the Super DIRTcar Series. Listeners will be able to tune in to LIVE audio coverage all three nights, from Thursday qualifying to victory lane on both Friday and Saturday, with LIVE audio scheduled to start at approximately 5:45 p.m. ET. Program host Shane Andrews will be bringing you all the action generated by the ground-pounding 800-horsepower Big-Block Modifieds on Thursday and Friday before hopping into the SPEED TV booth for Saturday’s national broadcast.

To tune in, visit www.dirtvision.com, log in, click on the race you want to hear, and you’re off to the races. Listeners will need Windows Media Player 9 or higher, and internet explorer 6 to listen to the DIRT Radio Network. Users with Mac computers need flip4Mac to listen. For help e-mail customerservice@dirtvision.com. The Dirt Radio Network is presented by BUTLERbuilt professional seat systems. BUTLERbuilt is the leader in custom seating. Call 704/784-1027 and let BUTLERbuilt build you an advantage today!

Global Gossip: Fans will once again be kept informed through their exclusive ‘Twitter’ connection when the Super DIRTcar Series visits The Dirt Track at Charlotte for the 4th Annual Lowes Foods World Finals Presented By Bimbo Bakeries and Tom’s Snacks, Nov. 4-6. Race enthusiasts can keep up-to-date all three days with the Big-Block Series on-line and through text messages on cell phones via Twitter — the internet’s fast-growing social-networking and micro-blogging website. Putting the finishing touches on its second full season of activity, brief bulletins continue to be provided to Twitter ‘followers’ of the SDS during each race night. To sign-up as a SDS Big-Block ‘follower’ on Twitter and receive updates anywhere at anytime, visit http://www.twitter.com/SuperDIRTcar.

VP Racing Fuels Power DIRTcar Northeast Circuit: VP Racing Fuels continues in its second full season after signing a multi-year agreement in 2009 to be the Official Racing Fuel of the Super DIRTcar Series, World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series and the World of Outlaws Late Model Series, as well as every division of DIRTcar Racing and UMP DIRTcar Racing, along with a number of regional touring series that fall under the DIRTcar banner. The multi-faceted deal kicked off a second decade in the newest millennium with the season-opening Florida DIRTcar Nationals by UNOH at Volusia Speedway Park, where VP was recognized as the sole fuel supplier throughout the week.

UPCOMING EVENTS
The 35th annual DIRTcar Racing Northeast ‘Night of Champions’ Banquet is scheduled for Saturday, November 20 at the Turning Stone Resort in Verona, New York. The banquet will honor the 2010 series champions in the Super DIRTcar Big-Block Modified, 358-Modified, Sportsman and Pro Stock divisions while track promoters and operators will convene earlier in the day for the annual DIRTcar meetings.

2010 Super DIRTcar Series Schedule
NP=Non-Point event; SP=Show-Up point event.
*All events subject to change.
DAY-DATE TRACK WINNER/LOCATION
*** FLORIDA DIRTcar NATIONALS ***
Wed-Feb 10 Volusia Speedway Park-np Stewart Friesen
Thr-Feb 11 Volusia Speedway Park-np Matt Sheppard
Fri-Feb 12 Volusia Speedway Park-np -cancelled-
Sat-Feb 13 Volusia Speedway Park-np Matt Sheppard
Sat-Mar 27 Hagerstown Speedway Billy Decker
Sat-Apr 10 Fulton Speedway Dale Planck
Sun-May 30 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Matt Sheppard
Tue-Jun 15 Grandview Speedway Craig VonDohren
Wed-Jun 16 Orange County Fair Speedway Jimmy Phelps
Wed-Jun 23 Mohawk International Raceway Jimmy Phelps
Sun-Jul 4 Rolling Wheels Raceway Park Matt Sheppard
Sun-Jul 11 Cornwall Motor Speedway Brett Hearn
*** ALL-STAR WEEKEND ***
Thr-Jul 15 Brewerton Speedway Matt Sheppard
Fri-Jul 16 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Jimmy Phelps
Sat-Jul 17 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Matt Sheppard($20,000-to-win)
*** GREAT CANADIAN TOUR ***
Mon-Jul 19 Autodrome Granby Brett Hearn
Tue-Jul 20 Autodrome Drummond Danny Johnson
Mon-Aug 2 Merrittville Speedway Matt Sheppard
Thr-Aug 26 Lebanon Valley Speedway J.R. Heffner($17,500-to-win)
Sun-Sep 5 Cayuga County Fair Speedway Larry Wight
Sat-Sep 18 Mohawk International Raceway Matt Sheppard
Sat-Oct 2 Fulton Speedway-sp Brett Hearn($20,000-to-win)
*** SUPER DIRT WEEK ***
Sun-Oct 10 New York State Fairgrounds Stewart Friesen($50,000-to-win)
*** DIRTcar FALL NATIONALS ***
Sun-Oct 17 Brockville Ontario Speedway Danny Johnson
*** LOWES FOODS WORLD FINALS PRESENTED BY BIMBO & TOM’S ***
Thr-Nov 4 The Dirt Track at Charlotte(qual.) Concord,NC
Fri-Nov 5 The Dirt Track at Charlotte Concord,NC
Sat-Nov 6 The Dirt Track at 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 www.allstar100weekend.com and www.superdirtweekonline.com 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 www.hoosiertire.com, VP Racing Fuels www.vpracingfuels.com and GM Performance Parts www.gmperformanceparts.com. Promotional partners include the University of Northwestern Ohio www.unoh.com and Chizmark & Larson Insurance www.chizmarklarson.com, and contingency sponsors are Bicknell Racing Products www.bicknellracingproducts.com, Bilstein Shocks www.bilstein.com, KSE Racing Products www.kse-racing.com, Motorsports Safety Systems www.motorsportssafetysystems.com, MSD Ignition www.msdignition.com, Penske Shocks, www.penskeshocks.com, Racing Electronics www.racingelectronics.com, Vicci Racing Apparel www.vicci.com and Wrisco Industries www.wrisco.com.

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