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Virginia Motor Speedway Week 3 Race Night Release - World Of Outlaws
Apr 18, 2006 - updated Apr 18th, 2006 11:13am
Web posted by Dave Seay

Saluda, VA --

Eckert Finds World Of Outlaws Late Model Series ‘Easter Basket’ At Virginia Motor Speedway

Rick Eckert of York, Penn. grabbed his first World of Outlaws Late Model Series victory of the season Saturday earning a $10,000 ‘Easter Basket’ at Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway for his work in winning the ‘Rumble On The River 50’ presented by Thurston Spring Service, Inc. Eckert used the inside line of the multi-grooved half mile clay oval to move the Raye Vest Excavating/J&J Steel No. 24 Raye Vest Rocket Chassis/Cornett Racing Engines/Ford Fusion from the sixth starting position past pole sitter Billy Moyer on lap 6 and into the lead. Eckert then held off Watertown, N.Y. native Tim McCreadie over the final two laps of the event to secure the thrilling win captured before the SPEED cameras for a July 16 broadcast.

“The track was fantastic. The first time I came here the track wasn’t as good and they have worked on it and it has improved every time we’ve come here. Now they got rid of that berm, and I told them the first time I came here they needed to get rid of it, they got rid of it and the racing groove is really wide and man, it’s a fun place to race!” commented a very elated Rick Eckert.

McCreadie ran down Eckert with two laps to go in the wild affair poking his nose underneath of Eckert as the pair raced for the white flag. Eckert was able to slam the door with one lap to go. McCreadie gave it one last shot entering turn three again showing the nose of his Sweeteners Plus/C.M.E., Inc./Texaco-Havoline No. 39 C.M.E.,Inc. Rocket Chassis/C&C Performance/Pontiac Grand Prix to Eckert. McCreadie wasn’t able to make the pass for the checkered flag coming up .0410 seconds shy of the win.

Defending World of Outlaws Late Model Series Champion Billy Moyer of Batesville, Ark. lead the first 5 laps of the race before giving up the spot to Eckert. Moyer lost the second spot to McCreadie on a lap 15 restart staying in the hunt throughout the race and finishing third. Ricky Elliott of Seaford, Del., Billy Decker of Unadilla, N.Y., Darrell Lanigan of Union, KY, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, Tenn, Chub Frank of Bear Lake, Penn, Jeremy Miller of Littlestown, Penn and Shane Clanton of Locust Grove, GA rounded out the top ten.

In other action Jared Powell of Charlottesville, VA took the win in the Victory Lap Late Model 35 lap feature, Roger Jamerson of Glen Allen, VA took the victory in the Truckin Thunder 30 lap feature and Bret Hamilton of Powhatan, VA drove to the Budweiser Modified win.

Moyer and Elliott brought the 24 car starting field to the green flag with Moyer quickly assuming control of the race. McCreadie ran third behind Elliott at the end of the first lap with Eckert fourth and Decker fifth followed by Bloomquist, Davey Johnson, Frank, Clanton and Miller.

Eckert began to show his muscle on the inside groove blasting to third on lap 3 and then into second on lap 4. Eckert continued his low line assault catching Moyer with 5 down before working underneath Moyer in turn three to become the new race leader at lap 6. McCreadie and Decker began to pressure Elliott for third with the trio racing three wide from laps 8 through 10. McCreadie used the high groove to finally snatch the third spot at lap 12. The torrid action would come to halt before another lap could be completed. Eric Jacobsen spun in turn four to bring out the first caution.

Lanigan had worked his way to the tenth spot for the restart and would be the show for the next few laps. Eckert, Moyer and McCreadie all pulled away from the field on the restart with Lanigan on a mission. Lanigan blew into the eighth spot by lap 14 and was looking to take seventh when Steve Francis lost control in turn one spinning to a stop to bring out the caution and spoil a top ten run and his point lead entering the event.

With the green flag quickly back out Eckert pulled away from Moyer who now had his hands full with McCreadie. McCreadie pressured Moyer for the runner-up slot taking the position exiting turn two. Lanigan meanwhile worked his way past Johnson for seventh and then grabbed the sixth spot from Bloomquist on lap 17 only to have Bloomquist regain the spot one lap later.

Eckert entered lapped traffic at lap 22 nearly making contact with Jacobsen but a lap 23 caution cleared the track. The caution was called when contact exiting turn four between Eddie Carrier Jr. and Jim Bernheisel sent Carrier Jr. hard into the inside wall. Carrier Jr. climbed from his mangled car uninjured.

At the halfway point of the event Eckert had moved up off of the bottom groove but still held a comfortable margin on McCreadie who had dropped to the middle groove. Moyer ran third ahead of Elliott and now Lanigan followed by Decker, Bloomquist, Johnson, Clanton and Mike Balzano.

Decker’s car began to show some smoke at lap 28 but Decker stayed on the hammer regaining the fifth spot from Lanigan with 20 circuits to go. McCreadie worked his way back to within a few car lengths of Eckert by lap 34 with the battles for fourth to thirteenth positions nothing short of a war.

Eckert rolled into the backmarkers at lap 38 and as had happened before a caution one lap later for the disabled car of Clint Smith cleared the track for Eckert. With 11 laps to go Eckert seemed to have race in the bag. He pulled away from McCreadie and Moyer while Elliott fended off the charges of Decker and Lanigan from laps 40 to 42.

With five laps to go Eckert was comfortably in control but two laps later that all changed. McCreadie shot to the bottom of the track as Moyer went to the top. Moyer made a stab at McCreadie with two laps to go as McCreadie had caught Eckert. Racing for the white flag Moyer lost some ground in turn three while McCreadie worked to the inside of Eckert. Slamming the door entering turn one Eckert slid up a bit heading down the backchute. McCreadie seized the opportunity and again worked underneath of Eckert entering turn three. But, Eckert was up to the task fending off McCreadie’s late race threats.

From the ‘COESfx Victory Lane’ Eckert took a deep breath before telling the enthusiastic crowd, “Hey, to beat T-Mac (McCreadie) when there’s a top groove like there was tonight that’s impressive! I mean, not many people can beat that guy when there’s a top groove. I give a lot of the credit to my crew chief Robbie Allen and Dustin, Bob and Harry and the other people who helped us tonight. The car was really good. It was good from the time we unloaded it.”

Eckert was also quick to give his thanks to car owner Raye Vest. “I really have to thank Raye Vest”, said Eckert. “Raye’s been under the weather lately and doesn’t get to as many races as he would like. But, he’s here tonight. I really, really wanted to win this one for him. To see him smiling and laughing like he is right now means a lot. Without Raye none of this would be possible. None of it.”

McCreadie took the second place finish some what disappointedly stating tire choice was the main factor of the outcome. “We just went too hard on tires. It just took too long to get going”, said McCreadie. “You know what I mean? That’s just the way it goes sometimes. My hats off to Rick. He drove a heck of race. I thought that maybe when he got to the lapped traffic I could get to him. I just couldn’t get to him. We made a last ditch effort there at the end of the race but it was just one of those deals.”

Originally scheduled for April 8th the $45,000 purse event was pushed back one week by rain. The new surface at the immaculate facility produced record breaking runs in time trials with four drivers under the old standard of 17.676 seconds. McCreadie set the new mark with a fast lap of 17.457 seconds at an average speed of 103.111 MPH to top the 41-car field.

Heat race wins fell to McCreadie, Moyer, Elliott and Earl Pearson Jr. with the ‘B’ Mains going to Lanigan and Garrett Durrett and the dash race to Moyer.

In the Victory Lap Late Model 35 lap feature Ronald Cusic of California, MD set fast time and then inverted the top six with the pill draw putting Jared Powell and Larry Grimstead Jr. on the front row and leading the field to green. Powell quickly took control from the outside followed by Grimstead, Roland Mann, Stevie Long and Ronald Cusic.

By lap 5 Powell had worked to a three car length advantage over Grimestead with Cusic and Mann in close pursuit. The race’s first caution came out on lap 13 and bunched the field back to the bumper of Powell. On the restart Powell kept control over Grimestead as Jamie Lathroum went outside of Cusic for third.

A quick caution came out for a spin by Jason Cahall in turn 2. On the restart Lathroum went outside of Grimestead as Cusic looked inside with Lathroum taking the spot finally out of turn 4 and Cusic following to third.

Over the final 20 laps of the race you could throw a blanket over the top five of Powell, Lathroum, Mann, Cusic and Long. On lap 18 Mann took second from Cusic and set out for Lathroum still running in second. On Lap 19 long went outside of Cusic to take over the fourth spot in the running order. With Powell out front by 2 car lengths Lathroum, Mann, Long and Cusic stayed within feet of each other battling for position.

On lap 33 the races final caution came out and bunched the field one more time. On the restart Powell was able to hold off Lathroum while Mann went after second. With Lathroum and Mann battling for the runner-up position Powell was able to hold on for the win with Lathroum holding off Mann at the line for second. Rounding out the top five were Stevie Long and Ronald Cusic. Walker Arthur of Forest, VA picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Rookie of the Race Award with a tenth place finish.

In the Truckin Thunder Sportsman 30 lap feature Walker Arthur set fast time in “Hot Lap” qualifying with a lap of 21.687 second lap, besting the old lap of 21.763 set by Derek Scott of Chesapeake, VA. He then inverted the top four cars with the pill draw. Roger Jamerson and Donnie Owens led the field to green with Jamerson taking control followed by Owens, Tim Shelton, Walker Arthur and Davis Lipscombe.

On lap 10 Jamerson still lead but had Owens stuck to his rear bumper and Shelton in tow. On lap 12 Shelton jumped the cushion in turn 2 and allowing Davis Lipscombe and Walker Arthur to get by for position. On lap 13 Shelton got back by Lipscombe for third and pulled back up on Owens to battle for second.

A caution on lap 20 closed the field on Jamerson. On the restart Shelton jumped under Owens for second as they headed into turn 1 and began to pressure Jamerson for the lead until lap 23 when Shelton spun in turn 2 to bring out the caution and send him to the rear.

On the restart Jamerson had Owens, Arthur, Lipscombe and Robert Marshall in tow. With five laps to go the top three were nose to tail waiting to make a move. With two to go Arthur tried to make a move on Owens in turn 3 but set him around spinning relegating both to the rear of the field. On the restart Jamerson pulled away from Lipscombe and the rest of the field to take home the victory. Rounding out the top five were Davis Lipscombe, Robert Marshall, Tim Shelton and Derek Scott. Steve Owens picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Rookie of the Race Award with an eighth place finish in his first ever visit to the speedway.

In the Budweiser Modified 25 lap feature Chuck Marks of Bryans Road, MD set fast time and inverted the top four for the start. That put Bill Roberts and Bret Hamilton on the front row leading the field to green. As they approached turn 1 Eric Erwin jumped to their inside to take the lead from his third place starting position. Erwin paced the first 15 laps before getting real interesting as Roberts went low and Hamilton went high to make it three wide for the lead. Erwin held on to the lead with Hamilton now in second. On lap 19 page Harrison went three wide with Roberts and marks to take over third.

On lap 20 Hamilton went inside on Erwin out of turn 2 with the two racing door to door into turn 3. Hamilton took the lead by inches at the strip. On lap 22 Harrison got past Erwin for second and reeling in Hamilton. With the white flag in the air Harrison was pressuring Hamilton for the lead but could never make the pass as Hamilton picked up the victory. Rounding out the top five were Page Harrison, Chuck Marks, Bill Roberts and Eric Erwin. Brad Bowling picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Rookie of the Race Award with a ninth place finish.

This coming Saturday April 22nd the speedway will host Bill Hudgins Pontiac GMC Night at the races featuring all five of the tracks weekly divisions.

Competitor gates for Saturday, April 22nd will open at 3pm with spectator gates opening at 4pm. On track activities will begin at 6:15pm with hot laps. Divisions scheduled to race on Saturday: Victory Lap Late Models (35 Laps); Truckin Thunder Sportsman (30 Laps); Budweiser Modifieds (25 Laps); Al’s Auto Parts Chargers (25 Laps) and the Dixie Chopper All Americans (15 Laps). Late Model, Sportsman and Modified divisions will run Hot Lap Time Trials and Features only.

Admission price for Adults, Seniors and Military is $10; Students 13 – 17 years old $8, Children 7 – 12 years old $4 and Children 6 and under admitted free. The speedway offers a $2 discount coupon on the Speedway’s Website, good on any Adult, Senior and Military ticket making it an $8 admission. Fans need to have a coupon for each ticket purchased. The speedway also offers a “Family Pack” that includes two adult admissions and two children 12 and under admissions for only $20.

Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway, an ASA Member Track affiliate, is a 1/2-mile, dirt oval. The track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA. The speedway is just a short drive from Richmond, Fredericksburg, Southern Maryland and the Hampton Roads area.

To learn more about Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway and its 2006 schedule of events, fans and competitors may call the Speedway office at (804) 758-1VMS or visit the track online at www.vamotorspeedway.com.

MEDIA CONTACT: DAVE SEAY (804) 758-1867 OR (804) 357-7223

RACE RESULTS FROM APRIL 15, 2006:

RUMBLE ON THE RIVER 50 presented by THURSTON SPRING SERVICE, INC. (41 CARS):

1. Rick Eckert, York, PA; 2. Tim McCreadie, Watertown, NY; 3. Billy Moyer, Batesville, AR; 4. Ricky Elliott, Seaford, DE; 5. Billy Decker, Unadilla, NY; 6. Darrell Lanigan, Union, KY; 7. Scott Bloomquist, Mooresburg, TN; 8. Chub Frank, Bear Lake, PA; 9. Jeremy Miller, Littlestown, PA; 10. Shane Clanton, Locust Grove, GA; 11. Mike Balzano, Parkersburg, WV; 12. Josh Richards, Shinnston, WV; 13. Dale McDowell, Chickamauga, GA; 14. John Blankenship, Williamson, WV; 15. Jason Covert, York Haven, PA; 16. Davey Johnson, Latrobe, PA; 17. Steve Francis, Ashland, KY; 18. Garrett Durrett, Simsboro, LA; 19. Eric Jacobsen, Santa Cruz, CA; 20. Booper Bare, Rockbridge Baths, VA; 21. Clint Smith, Senoia, GA;

22. Jim Bernheisel, Lebanon, PA; 23. Eddie Carrier Jr., Salt Rock, WV; 24. Earl Pearson Jr., Jacksonville, FL; DNQ: Jamie Lathroum, Mechanicsville, MD, Ray Love Jr., Faulkner, MD, Richard Irwin, Stephenson, VA, Sean Cosgrove, Catharpin, VA, Doug Drown, Orrville, OH, Darryl Hills, Great Mills, MD, Brent Robinson, Smithfield, VA, David Williams, Avenue, MD, Ronnie DeHaven Jr., Winchester, VA, Lou Hudson, Waynesboro, VA, Billy Tucker, King George, VA, Donnie Marshall Jr., Gloucester Point, VA, Deane Guy, Clements, MD, Austin Hubbard, Laurel, DE, Wayne Carroll, Fredricksburg, VA, Jared Teegarden, Chesterfield, VA, Louie Littlepage, Richmond, VA.

VICTORY LAP LATE MODEL 35 LAP FEATURE (24 CARS):

1. Jared Powell, Charlottesville, Va.; 2. Jamie Lathroum, Mechanicsville, Md.; 3. Roland Mann, Chaptico, Md.; 4. Stevie Long, Mechanicsville, Md.; 5. Ronald Cusic, California, Md.; 6. Tom Cohick, Gloucester, Va.; 7. Sommey Lacey, Jr., Clements, Md.; 8. Louis Timberlake, Sandston, Va.; 9. Scott Adams, Chester, Va.; 10. Walker Arthur, Forest, Va.; 11. Tony Wood, New Kent, Va.; 12. Max Anderson, Friendship, Md.; 13. Eddie Groome, Stuarts Draft, Va.; 14. Jason Cahall, Cordova, Md.; 15. Anthony Kincaid, Hayes, Va.; 16. Tyler Bailey, Chesterfield, Va.; 17. Donnie Daniel, West Point, Va.; 18. Vaughan Haywood, Deltaville, Va.; 19. Larry Grimstead, Jr., Virginia Beach, Va.; 20. Joe Bounds, Partlow, Va.; 21. Austin Hubbard, Seaford, Del.; 22. Neil McClanan, Moyock, N.C.; 23. Lou Littlepage Jr., Mechanicsville, Va.; 24. Craig Eastep, Newport News, Va..

TRUCKIN THUNDER SPORTSMAN 30 LAP FEATURE (20 CARS):

1. Roger Jamerson, Glen Allen, Va.; 2. Davis Lipscombe, Mechancisville, Va.; 3. Robert Marshall, Virginia Beach, Va.; 4. Tim Shelton, Frederricksburg, Va.; 5. Derek Scott, Chesapeake, Va.; 6. Jack Foulkes, Fairfax, Va.; 7. Steve Owens, Barco, N.C.; 8. Doug Wallace, Yorktown, Va.; 9. Gene Snow Sr., Richmond, Va.; 10. Donnie Owens, North, Va.; 11. Chris Stacy, Spotsylvania, Va.; 12. Walker Arthur, Forest, Va.; 13. David Pfeiffer, Suffolk, Va.; 14. Doug Johnson, Hayes, Va.; 15. Daren Bolac, Moyock, N.C.; 16. Robert Kramer, Waldorf, Md.; 17. Michael Green, North, Va.; 18. William King, Norfolk, Va.; 19. Mark Smith, Virginia Beach, Va.; 20. Larry Bradsher, Saluda, Va..

BUDWEISER MODIFIED 25 LAP FEATURE (20 CARS):

1. Bret Hamilton, Powhatan, Va.; 2. Page Harrison, Jetersville, Va.; 3. Chuck Marks, Bryans Road, Md.; 4. Bill Roberts, Mechanicsville, Va.; 5. Eric Erwin, Beaver Dam, Va.; 6. Donnie Medlin, Newport News, Va.; 7. Brent Bordeaux, Fredericksburg, Va.; 8. Brian Dobie, Partlow, Va.; 9. Brad Bowling, Mechanicsville, Va.; 10. Lance Grady, Maidens, Va.; 11. Wayne Barricks, Chesterfield, Va.; 12. Bill Atkins, Chesterfield, Va.; 13. Kelly Samuels, Richmond, Va.; 14. Matthew Dickens, Suffolk, Va.; 15. Brooks Lawson, Richmond, Va.; 16. James Snead, Colonial Beach, Va.; 17. Renee Weeks, Powhatan, Va.; 18. Chris Moore, Walkerton, Va.; 19. Francis Jarrelle III, Powhatan, Va.; 20. Wayne Clark, Prince George, Va..


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