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Earl ‘The Hurricane’ Pearson Jr. Takes $10,000 Win Lucas Oil Late Model Victory at Virginia Motor Speedway
Jun 26, 2007 - updated Jun 26th, 2007 10:29am
Web posted by Dave Seay

Jamaica, VA --

Two-time and defending Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt National Champion Earl Pearson, Jr. of Jacksonville, FL survived a three wide battle for the lead taking over the top spot on lap 13 and then held off a hard charging Donnie Moran to take the $10,000 to win All American 50 presented by Thurston Spring Service, Inc at Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway. Pearson in the Bobby Labonte Racing / LifeLong Locks / MOPAR / Larry Wallace Racing Engines / MasterSbilt Dodge Charger #44 beat Moran to the finish line by two car lengths. Jeremy Miller was third followed by Scott Bloomquist and Terry English.

“I’ll tell you what my crew did a heck of a job, this is a brand new race car, first time on the race track and we gambled on tires before we started the race and changed to the soft stuff, the track was in excellent condition all night,” said Pearson. “The car worked up top there early and that’s how we were able to get by Rattliff and then we had the three wide race up front for a couple of laps.”

Completing the top ten were Billy Drake, Jimmy Owens, Jason Covert, Justin Rattliff and Steve Casebolt.

In preliminary action Earl Pearson, Jr. was the LifeLong Locks Fast Time Award recipient with a lap of 17.677 seconds around the ½ mile track. There were 29 entrants on hand. The heat races were won by Dan Schlieper, Jeremy Miller and Justin Rattliff. Brad Neat captured the B-Main. The Edelbrock Hard Charger of the Race was Steve Casebolt who started 23rd after taking a provisional and marching his way to the 10th finishing position. The K&N Clean Pass award went to Donnie Moran.

In other action ‘The Faster Pastor’ Tom Cohick of Gloucester, VA got by defending champion Jared Powell of Charlottesville, VA on lap 19 and then went on to record his third Victory Lap Late Model win of the season. In the Budweiser Modified 25 lap feature Bret Hamilton of Powhatan, VA took the lead from Tommy Shiflet of Richmond, VA on lap 3 and then cruised to his third win of the season. In the Truckin Thunder Sportsman division Roger Jamerson of Glen Allen, VA rocketed from his fourth place starting position to lead every lap of the 30 lap feature in route to his third win of the season.

Early on in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event it looked like COMP Cams “Rookie of the Year” points leader Justin Rattliff was going to steal the spotlight from some of the best in dirt late model racing. Rattliff set the pace early, grabbing the lead on the opening lap. Rattliff would set a blistering pace around the fast half-mile track with Pearson, Miller, Dan Schlieper and English holding the top five spots with four laps in the books.

Rattliff would have a six car length lead over the field by the fifth circuit with the first change inside the top five occurring when English went by Schlieper for fourth on lap five. The top three of Rattliff, Pearson and Miller would start to pull away from the fourth place battle as the trio would start to pick up the tail end of the lineup by lap 12. Rattliff’s lead would dissipate with Pearson and Miller closing the gap quickly as Rattliff was starting to deal with slower traffic.

Pearson and Miller would catch Rattliff and an amazing two laps would ensue with a three wide race for two consecutive circuits with room to spare around the racy surface. This was happening even whIle they had to contend with lapped traffic. Pearson would nose ahead on lap 13 to take over the lead with Rattliff and Miller staying right there in the hunt.

The hotly contested battle for the lead would have the fans cheering each pass in front of the main grandstand. The excitement of the race would be tempered on lap 14 when the first caution of the race would slow the racing action as Scott James would come to a halt in turn number four.

On the restart Pearson would be out in front with Rattliff and Miller lined up side by side. Pearson would get the field back to green coming off of turn four with Miller going in front of Rattliff to take over second as the duo would have a new contender for the lead as two-time Virginia Motor Speedway Super Late Model champion Booper Bare was hugging the bottom side of the race and was quickly making up time on Pearson and Miller.

Bare would challenge Miller for the runner-up slot and would rocket by him on lap 20 after a two straight cautions have been displayed on the track. Bare strong effort was going well as he was about to pass Pearson for the lead coming off of turn number two on lap 22 mechanical issues would force his car to slow as he made a sharp left turn into the infield ending his night.

Pearson thought he was breathing a little bit easier now with Bare out of the race but veteran Donnie Moran would start to pick up the challenge now. Moran, who started ninth on the grid would bolt into the top five by the 21st lap, to third a lap later and then when Bare went out he would take over the second spot.

With the halfway signal given Moran was all over Pearson in the race for the top spot. Miller was still holding third with Rattliff and Scott Bloomquist battling it out for fourth. The top five would remain the same until Bloomquist found the outside groove to his liking passing Rattliff on lap 30 to go to fourth.

It looked like a patented late race run by Bloomquist as there were still 20 laps remaining and plenty of time to catch up to the frontrunners. Pearson and Moran would encounter some heavy traffic with 33 laps scored. This would enable Moran to pull to the inside of Pearson on a couple of occasions and just when it looked like Moran was going to grab the lead from Pearson, Pearson would split two cars that had been running side by side in front of him for two laps.

This would put the two lapped cars between Pearson and Moran and allow some breathing room for reigning “World 100” Champion. English would then start to mount a charge coming to fifth with 15 to go as he was knocking on the door for fourth.

With ten laps to go Pearson would hold a two car length lead over Moran with Miller, Bloomquist and English trying to run them down. The fourth caution of the race would come out for Jeff Pilkerton on lap 41 and a lap later Deane Guy would bring out the fifth and final caution when he slowed on the race track.

With 42 laps completed an eight lap shootout would be set up as a host of drivers would take one last shot at Pearson. English would fire the first shot coming from fifth to third after the green waved for the restart. Bloomquist would come right back however passing both English and Miller with five to go to come up to third.

Now with five laps to go Pearson would again take Moran’s best efforts as the veteran would slingshot off of turn two with the momentum closing right on the rear on Pearson’s car heading into the third turn, but each time Pearson would fend off Moran as the race behind them was just as close. Miller would return to the third spot passing both Bloomquist and English with four to go.

As the frontrunners took the white flag Moran would try once more to diamond off the corner and try and gain the momentum off of turn on Pearson. But on the final lap Pearson would get run off of the second turn that was enough to take his car around the remaining two corners and the main straightaway to pick up the victory and a $10,000 payday.

In the Victory Lap Late Model 35 lap feature Jared Powell and Tom Cohick led the 26 car field to green with Powell leading the first lap with Austin Hubbard, Cohick and Walker Arthur in the top five.

On lap 3 Arthur took third from Cohick only to give it back on lap 7. On the next circuit Cohick got under Hubbard for second. The races first caution came out on lap 9 for a spinning Tony Wood. On the restart Arthur would get under Hubbard for third.

On lap 11 the battle was for the fourth spot as Hubbard worked to hold off Scott Adams, Pat Wood, Sommey Lacey and Stevie Long. Adams would take the spot with lacey working Hubbard for fifth.

On lap 19 the caution came out for a spin by Tyler Bailey closing the field back up to the rear of Powell. On the restart Cohick got to the inside of Powell as the two raced side by side for the lead. Cohick would take the lead by inches at the line with Powell fighting back on the outside. Powell was unable to get back past Cohick and had to turn his attentions to lacey as the two raced for second over the next tens laps with Powell holding on for the spot. With Powell and Lacey battling for second Cohick went on to record his third victory of the season.

Rounding out the top five were Jared Powell, Sommey Lacey Jr., Stevie Long and Pat Wood. Steven Evans picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Rookie of the Race Award with his sixth place finish.

In the Budweiser Modified 25 lap feature Bret Hamilton and Tommy Shiflet led the field to green and the start of a three wide battle for the lead that saw Shiflet lead lap 1 by inches over Hamilton and Brent Bordeaux.

On lap 2 Hamilton got inside Shiflet out of turn 2 to take the lead. On lap 3 rookie Brian Maxey got past Bordeaux for third and then went to work of Shiflet for second getting by him on lap 8 to take the spot.

On a lap 11 restart, after a quick caution, Brian Dobie got past Shiflet for third and began to work on Maxey for second.

The races last caution came out of lap 23 closing the field back up on Hamilton. On the restart Hamilton jumped out to a two car length lead as Dobie tried to get under Maxey for second. With the action behind him Hamilton went on to take his third win of the season. Rounding out the top five were Maxey, Dobie, Shiflet and Page Harrison. Brian Maxey picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Rookie of the Race Award with his second place finish.

In the Truckin Thunder Sportsman 30 lap feature Tim Shelton and Kenny Moreland led the field to green with Roger Jamerson scooting to the inside to make it a three wide battle for the lead with Jamerson leading the first lap.

Once out front Jamerson never really got a challenge as his car worked flawlessly the entire event. On lap 10 Jamerson held a three car length advantage over Davis Lipscombe and Kenny Moreland as the top three pulled away form the rest of the field.

On lap 27 Todd Traylor took fourth from Michael Roop. Jamerson led every lap on way to his third victory of the season. Rounding out the top five were Lipscombe, Mooreland, Traylor and Roop. Kenny Moreland picked up the Thurston Spring Service Dirt Series Rookie of the Race Award with his third place finish.

Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway will return to action this Friday June 29th as it hosts Fantastic Fridays #4 featuring the Victory Lap Late Models, Truckin Thunder Sportsman, Budweiser Modifieds, and Chargers in action.

Competitor gates for Friday, June 30th will open at 4pm with spectator gates opening at 5pm. On track activities will begin at 7:30pm with hot laps. Divisions scheduled to race on Friday June 29th: Victory Lap Late Models (35 Laps); Truckin Thunder Sportsman (30 Laps); Budweiser Modifieds (25 Laps) and VMS Chargers (25 Laps). Late Model, Sportsman, Modified and Charger divisions will run Hot Lap Time Trials and Features only. Adult tickets are just $10, Senior and Military $8, Students 13 –17 yrs old $7, Children 7 – 12 yrs old $4 and Children 6 and under free. The Speedway offers a Family Pack for two adults and two children 12 and under for only $20. Also check our website for discount coupons.

Bill Sawyer’s Virginia Motor Speedway, a ½ mile dirt oval track is located on U.S. Route 17, eight miles north of Saluda, VA and 25 miles south of Tappahannock, VA in Jamaica, 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 2007 schedule of events, fans may call the Speedway office at (804) 758-1VMS or visit the track’s web site at www.vamotorspeedway.com.

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



RACE RESULTS FOR JUNE 23, 2007:

LUCAS OIL LATE MODEL DIRT SERIES 50 LAP ALL AMERICAN 50 presented by THURSTON SPRING SERVICE (29 CARS)

Heat 1 (Top 6 Transfer) – 1. Dan Schlieper, Sullivan, Wis; 2. Earl Pearson Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.; 3. Scott Bloomquist, Mooresburg, Tenn.; 4. Jamie Lathroum, Mechanicsville, Md.; 5. Jimmy Owens, Newport, Tenn.; 6. Darryl Hills, Great Mills, Md.; 7. Brad Neat, Dunnville, Ky.; 8. Brandon Galloway, Gloucester; DNS: Ricky Elliott, Seaford, Del..



Heat 2 (Top 6 Transfer) – 1. Jeremy Miller, Gettysburg, Pa.; 2. Damon Eller, Crumpler, N.C.; 3. Terry English, Benton, Ky.; 4. Scott James, Lawrenceburg, Ind.; 5. Sean Cosgrove, Catharpin; 6. Jeff Pilkerton, Loveville, Md.; 7. Austin Hubbard, Seaford, Del.; 8. Louie Littlepage, Mechanicsvillee; DNS: Joey Love, LaPlata, Md.; Walker Arthur, Forest.



Heat 3 (To 6 Transfer) – 1. Justin Ratliff, Campbellsville, Ky.; 2. Billy Drake, Bloomington, Ill.; 3. Donnie Moran, Dresden, Ohio; 4. Roland Mann, Chaptico, Md.; 5. Booper Bare, Rockbridge Baths; 6. David Williams, Avenue, Md.; 7. Jason Covert, York Haven, Pa.; 8. Steve Casebolt, Richmond, Ind.; 9. Dean Guy, Clements, Md.; DNS: Ray Love, Jr., LaPlata, Md..



B Main (Top 4 Transfer) – 1. Brad Neat, Dunnville, Ky.; 2. Jason Covert, York Haven, Pa.; 3. Austin Hubbard, Seaford, Del.; 4. Walker Arthur, Forest; 5. Dean Guy, Clements, Md.; 6. Louie Littlepage, Mechanicsville; 7. Brandon Galloway, Gloucester; 8. Steve Casebolt, Richmond, Ind..



A Main - 1. Earl Pearson Jr., Jacksonville, Fla.; 2. Donnie Moran, Dresden, Ohio; 3. Jeremy Miller, Gettysburg, Pa.; 4. Scott Bloomquist, Mooresburg, Tenn.; 5. Terry English, Benton, Ky.; 6. Billy Drake, Bloomington, Ill.; 7. Jimmy Owens, Newport, Tenn.; 8. Jason Covert, York Haven, Pa.; 9. Justin Ratliff, Campbellsville, Ky.; 10. Steve Casebolt, Richmond, Ind.; 11. Jamie Lathroum, Mechanicsville, Md.; 12. Sean Cosgrove, Catharpin; 13. Damon Eller, Crumpler, N.C.; 14. Darryl Hills, Great Mills, Md.; 15. Dan Schlieper, Sullivan, Wis; 16. Scott James, Lawrenceburg, Ind.; 17. Jeff Pilkerton, Loveville, Md.; 18. Walker Arthur, Forest; 19. Austin Hubbard, Seaford, Del.; 20. Dean Guy, Clements, Md.; 21. Roland Mann, Chaptico, Md.; 22. Brad Neat, Dunnville, Ky.; 23. Booper Bare, Rockbridge Baths; 24. David Williams, Avenue, Md..



LIFELONG LOCKS TIME TRIALS: Earl Pearson Jr. – 17.677 seconds, 101.827mph.



VICTORY LAP LATE MODEL 35 LAP FEATURE (29 CARS):

1. Tom Cohick, Gloucester; 2. Jared Powell, Charlottesville; 3. Sommey Lacey, Jr., Clements, Md.; 4. Stevie Long, Mechanicsville, Md.; 5. Pat Wood, Waldorf, Md.; 6. Stephen Evans, Tyner, N.C.; 7. Lou Littlepage Jr., Mechanicsville; 8. Eddie Groome, Stuarts Draft; 9. Donnie Marshall Jr., Gloucester; 10. Brett Royal, Owings, Md.; 11. Jason Cahall, Cordova, Md.; 12. Derick Quade, Mechanicsville; 13. Neil McClanan, Moyock, N.C.; 14. Chris Stacy, Spotsylvania; 15. Wayne Carroll, Fredericksburg; 16. Anthony Kincaid, Hayes; 17. Austin Hubbard, Seaford, Del.; 18. David Parker, Powhatan; 19. Larry Grimstead, Jr., Virginia Beach; 20. Scott Adams, Chester; 21. Tyler Bailey, Chesterfield; 22. Louis Timberlake, Mechanicsville; 23. Tony Wood, New Kent; 24. Joe Bounds, Partlow; 25. David Hoffman, Mechanicsville, Md.; 26. Vaughan Haywood, Deltaville; DNQ: Andy Gregg, Portsmouth; William King, Norfolk; DQ: Walker Arthur, Forest.



FAST TIME: Austin Hubbard – 19.005 seconds, 94.712mph.



TRUCKIN THUNDER SPORTSMAN 30 LAP FEATURE (18 CARS):

1. Roger Jamerson, Glen Allen; 2. Davis Lipscombe, Mechancisville; 3. Kenny Moreland, Waldorf, Md.; 4. Todd Traylor, King William; 5. Michael Roop, Stafford; 6. Clyde Glenn Jr., Church Road; 7. Chuck Beech, Fredericksburg; 8. Doug Johnson, Hayes; 9. Robert Kramer, Waldorf, Md.; 10. Tim Shelton, Frederricksburg; 11. J.R. Guy, Mechanicsville, Md.; 12. Jack Foulkes, Fairfax; 13. Chris Stacy, Spotsylvania; 14. Gene Snow Sr., Richmond; 15. Scott Stewart, Fredericksburg; 16. Mark Weeks, Locust Grove; 17. Tommy Upshaw, West Point; 18. Joey Dean, Bushwood, Md..



FAST TIME: Davis Lipscombe – 21.946 seconds, 82.020mph.



BUDWEISER MODIFIED 25 LAP FEATURE (27 CARS):

1. Bret Hamilton, Powhatan; 2. Brian Maxey, King George; 3. Brian Dobie, Partlow; 4. Tommy Shiflet, Richmond; 5. Page Harrison, Jetersville; 6. Renee Weeks, Powhatan; 7. Brent Bordeaux, Fredericksburg; 8. Lance Grady, Maidens; 9. Chuck Marks, Bryans Road, Md.; 10. Eric Erwin, Beaver Dam; 11. Jason Sage, Powhatan; 12. Mark Schools, Midlothian; 13. Noel Austin, Petersburg; 14. Bill Atkins, Chesterfield; 15. Gene Kierson, Powhatan; 16. Craig Ramich, Fairfax; 17. Chris Moore, Walkerton; 18. Dan Arnold, Petersburg; 19. Steven Atkins, Chesterfiled; 20. Brandon Galloway, Gloucester; 21. Bill Roberts, Mechanicsville; 22. Roy Skaggs, Highland Springs; 23. Josh Harris, Gloucester; 24. Brandon Cohick, Gloucester; 25. Kelly Samuels, Richmond; 26. Thomas Rose, Onemo; 27. Francis Jarrelle III, Powhatan.



FAST TIME: Brent Bordeaux – 21.00 seconds, 85.714mph.


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