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Sheppard earns runner-up spot after starting 11th

FULTON, NY – April 29, 2017 – Billy Decker raced from the sixth-starting position to take the lead from outside polesitter Brett Hearn on lap 46 and held off a surging Matt Sheppard to claim his third straight Highbank Holdup 100 victory with the Super DIRTcar Series at Fulton Speedway on Saturday night.

Read more: Billy Decker Scores Third-Straight Highbank Hold-Up Win at Fulton

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Hearn Double Dips at DIRTcar Nationals

Grabs the DIRTcar Nationals Finale and Championship

By Mandee Pauchh

BARBERVILLE, F.L - Feb. 26, 2017 – Brett ‘The Jet’ Hearn picked up his tenth DIRTcar Nationals victory with the Super DIRTcar Series at Volusia Speedway Park on Saturday night. The veteran driver from Sussex, N.J. took the lead from the start and never looked back to take the $5,000 payday in the 40-lap finale, also staking claim to the DIRTcar Nationals championship.

Read more: Hearn Double Dips at DIRTcar Nationals

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Haers Holds off Sheppard and Claims DIRTcar Nationals Victory

Brings home the first gator of the week for the Super DIRTcar Series

By Mandee Pauch

BARBERVILLE, F.L - Feb. 25, 2017 – The hot shoe out of Phelps, N.Y., Justin Haers, picked up his second career DIRTcar Nationals victory after holding off the 22nd starter, Matt Sheppard in Friday night’s 30-lap Super DIRTcar Series feature event at Volusia Speedway Park.

“We had a really good car from the drop of the green,” Haers said in Victory Lane. “It seemed like I’d get in the wrong part of the restart wanting to be on the bottom but kept restarting on top. I just found the [bottom groove] in turn three and four and I could just hook it really good. The car was was unbelievable, top, bottom, it didn’t matter where I wanted it.”

Read more: Haers Holds off Sheppard and Claims DIRTcar Nationals Victory

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Sheppard Breaks Out The Broom

Nothing says champion like sweeping the weekend at The Dirt Track at Charlotte 

By Mandee Pauch

CONCORD, N.C. – October 29, 2016 – Matt Sheppard, the driver of the FX Caprara No. 9s Big Block Modified, made a mark in history this weekend as he broke a record and won his fifth Super DIRTcar Series Championship. Sheppard proved once again that he was the man to beat Saturday night during the Bad Boy Off Road World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte.

“This place was so racy tonight,” said Sheppard in victory lane. “These big blocks put on a heck of a show tonight. We were racing two, three, four wide there. Last time we started on the pole and led the whole race. I was happy to get that win and tonight was even more satisfying. Starting in the back a little bit further and driving through the field. I just can’t say enough about this racecar. It was just fantastic.”

Read more: Sheppard Breaks Out The Broom

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Sheppard Scores Record Breaking Victory at World Finals

Cruises to eleventh Super DIRTcar Series win

by Mandee Pauch

CONCORD, N.C. – October 28, 2016 – Matt Sheppard won his eleventh Super DIRTcar Series feature in style by setting a new series record for the most wins in a season Friday night at The Dirt Track at Charlotte during the Bad Boy Off Road World Finals.

Sheppard started off World Finals strong by winning his heat and drawing the pole for the 40-lap main event. It was smooth sailing from there on out.

Read more: Sheppard Scores Record Breaking Victory at World Finals

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Takes home first Super DIRTcar Series victory of the season

By Mandee Pauch

BROCKVILLE, ONT. –Oct. 15, 2016 – Erick Rudolph made a clean sweep during Brockville Ontario Speedway’s Fall Nationals as he picked up Friday nights DIRTcar Small Block Modified feature and Saturday nights Super DIRTcar Series feature, both in his No. 62 Small Block Modified.

“I was behind Friesen for ten or fifteen laps or so,” Rudolph said. “I was able to get around him a little bit before halfway. The track took some rubber. Then the lap cars came involved. I kept my nose clean. Towards the end of the race we had some restarts where we were able to keep her out front.”

Read more: Clean Sweep For Rudolph

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Friesen Wins Inaugural Bud Light 200 to Earn Fifth NAPA Super DIRT Week Victory

Makes a late race pass to pick up his fifth win

OSWEGO, N.Y. – Oct. 9 2016 – Stewart Friesen is no stranger at doing the NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week roof dance, which he did as he picked up his fifth NAPA Super DIRT Week victory Sunday night at Oswego Speedway. Friesen closed the books at Syracuse with a win last year and made history this year with the first ever dirt win at Oswego Speedway in the Halmar International No. 44 Big Block Modified.

“I’ll tell you what, my guys worked so hard. The Halmar racing team did a great job. I have great teammates,” Friesen said in victory lane. “I want to thank everyone for supporting this event. The track conditions were challenging, but that was an exciting race. Just standing up here on this thing with all of the great guys that won the Classic and the modified races is pretty damn cool. It’s a dream come true. It’s so surreal. I have to thank all of my people who got me to this point."

Read more: Friesen Wins Bud Light 200

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Chris Hile Picks Up Win-And-You’re-In Victory

Receives guaranteed starting spot in Bud Light 200

FULTON, N.Y. – Oct. 8th 2016 – Chris Hile takes home a smooth victory by winning the Win-And-You’re-In feature at Fulton Speedway Saturday night locking him into the 41st position of the Bud Light 200 at Oswego Speedway for Super DIRT Week.

The annual Kenny Wallace Racing Experience Win-And-You’re-In race at Fulton Speedway is a part of Super DIRT Week which guarantees the winner a starting spot in the distinguished Bud Light 200 at Oswego Speedway.

Hile has competed in the Win-And-You’re-In race for several years and finally captured his first victory Saturday night. “You know it’s really neat. First and foremost hats off to the track crew. They did an amazing job to get the track done for us,” Hile said in victory lane.

Read more: Hile Earns Bud Light Spot

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First 30 Spots Locked in for Sunday's Bud Light 300

Varin, Friesen and Haers dominate Friday Night Lights Triple 30s

OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 7, 2016 — Camping World Friday Night Lights came to a head almost an hour into Saturday with the culmination of the Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modified Triple 30s that locked in another 24 spots for Sunday's Bud Light 300, the flagship of NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week.

On Thursday, the first six spots were sealed during the Big Block Modified Time Trials: Matt Sheppard, Tim McCreadie, Justin Haers, Danny Varin, Carey Terrence, and Brett Hearn. And unlike the Sportsman division — in which only one of the guaranteed-spot drivers chose to run the Triple 15s — all of the drivers ran in the Triple 30s. Varin and Haers each picked up wins, along with $4,000 checks.

Read more: Bud Light 200 Takes Shape

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Matt Sheppard Scores the Pole for Sunday’s Bud Light 300

OSWEGO, NY — Oct. 6, 2016 — Super DIRTcar Series points leader Matt Sheppard was the only Big-Block Modified driver to break into the 22-second bracket on Thursday with a lap time of 22.783 seconds, earning him the Pole Position Raceway Fast Time Award and the pole for the Bud Light 300 on Sunday for the 45th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week.

Sixty-one Big-Block Modifieds took part in Thursday’s time trials, which locked in the top six to the starting line-up for the Bud Light 300 and the line-up for Friday night’s Triple 30s: Matt Sheppard, Tim McCreadle, Justin Haers, Danny Varin, Carey Terrance, and Brett Hearn.

Read more: Sheppard Sets Fast Time

 

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