FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

By Wesley Outland

 

(WILLIAMSBURG, OHIO) – The second round of the 4th Annual Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week co-sanctioned by ULTIMATE Mid-Ohio Valley/Battle of the Bluegrass was at the Moler Raceway Park Racing, the intense fast ¼ mile in Williamsburg, Ohio for a $3000 to win $400 to start feature on a full moon Friday Summer evening in front of a capacity crowd on hand. 24 competitors signed in to continue the quest for the $3000 prize, #10 Eddie Carrier Jr. continued his momentum from winning the opener the previous night at Atomic Speedway turning the track in 13.046 seconds in VP Race Fuels QUICKTIME single car time trials. Heat races we’re three in total and Heat 1 went to #23 Cody Mahoney and Heat 2 to #71 RJ Conley finally Heat 3 to #7 Mike Maresca. #71c RJ Conley would take $102.50 in the Moler Money Fans Dash and from there the field would watch him go flag to flag from the pole position to win Night #2 at Moler Raceway Park.

The race would consist of spectacular racing through the entire field but up front #71c RJ Conley was simply in another zip code. Even after caution and restarts for single car spins and then the major multi car incident involving #32 Chad Stapleton, #91 Blake Naylor and #44 Mark Frazier, followed by the wild rim riding in the late going up the outside retaining wall for #1c Chad Oberson, nothing would keep Conley from capturing the checkered flag for the $3000 show over a hard charging #6t Tim Dohm who simply admitted ill handling car conditions and hung up on lap traffic force his runner up finish. Steve Casebolt in the #c9 would recover from bad luck the previous night and during hot laps to prevail rally and take the top three podium finish while #12 Josh Rice and #23 Cody Mahoney rounded out the Top Five finishers.

VP RACING FUELS QUALIFYING RESULTS – #10 Eddie Carrier Jr. 13.046, #71c RJ Conley 13.099, #42 Chris Garnes 13.100, #12 Josh Rice 13.183, #6t Tim Dohm 13.205, #12 Ryan Montgomery 13.248, #c9 Steve Casebolt 13.304, #32 Chad Stapleton 13.406, #7mm Mike Maresca 13.408, #23 Cody Mahoney 13.432, #71c Rod Conley 13.452, #44 Mark Frazier 13.699, #22 Austin Burns 13.708, #19l Larry Holbrook 13.761, #91s Blake Naylor 13.790, #52j Jeromy Misel 13.891, #1c Chad Oberson 13.894, #7p Graylin Prince 14.085, #22 Rusty Yarger 14.171, #20c Duane Chamberlain 15.040, #2 Matt Galaridi 16.969, #22 Robby Hensley, #87 Walker Arthur #27 Lauren Longbrake – NO TIMES

UNOFFICIAL RACE RESULTS for the 4th Annual Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week Race #2 at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio.

1st #71c RJ Conley, 2nd #6t Tim Dohm, 3rd #c9 Steve Casebolt, 4th #12 Josh Rice, 5th #23c Cody Mahoney, 6th #12 Ryan Montgomery, 7th #22b Austin Burns, 8th #71r Rod Conley, 9th #44 Mark Frazier, 10th #7mm Mike Maresca, 11th #10 Eddie Carrier Jr., 12th #20c Duane Chamberlain, 13th #42 Chris Garnes, 14th #j52 Jeromy Misel, 15th #32 Chad Stapleton, 16th #2 Matt Gilardi, 17th #87 Walker Arthur, 18th #91s Blake Naylor, 19th #1c Chad Oberson, 20th #22 Rusty Yarger, 21st #Graylin Prince, 22nd #22 Robby Hensley, DNS #19l Larry Holbrook, #27 Lauren Longbrake

The NEXT event continues for the 4th Annual Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week Friday July 28th for a $3000 to win show paying $400 to start for Round #3 at NAPA Auto Parts Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio.

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The ULTIMATE Mid-Ohio Valley and Battle of the Bluegrass Super Late Model Series would like to recognize their marketing partners for the 2018 season which include: American Racer Tires, Hoosier Race Tires, VP Race Fuels, VP Racing Lubricants, Dave Poske’s Performance Parts, Radical Racegear, MarTel Sign Company, Simpson, Thomas Clarke Performance, Kryptonite Racecars, FloRacing and Swift Springs.