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    Thumbs up Bristol Dirt Nationals -------------------- Super Late Model entries as of 02/26/2021

    Bristol Dirt Nationals -------------------- Super Late Model entries as of 02/26/2021


    Super Late Models - (Approx. 113)
    C1 – Corey Lewis – Vanceburg, Kentucky
    C28 – Tyler Carpenter – Parkersburg, West Virginia
    F1 – Coleby Frye – Dover, Pennsylvania
    F9 – Frank Ingram – Woodstock, Georgia
    J8 – Jadon Frame – Decherd, Tennessee
    J27 – Jay Scott – Taft, Tennessee
    K37 – Drew Kennedy – Lancing, Tennessee
    XG – Lucas Kallenbach – Elk Mound, Wisconsin
    00 – Jay Elliott – Phenix City, Alabama
    00D – Dalton Poston – Lithia Springs, Georgia
    00J – Michael Dupuy – Amite, Louisiana
    00S – Jesse Stovall – Billings, Missouri
    02 – Tracey Cooper – Tunnelton, West Virginia
    06 – Christian Thomas – Wake Forest, North Carolina
    0 – Scott Bloomquist – Mooresburg, Tennessee
    0F – Farrel Skelton – Mt. Pleasant, Tennessee
    1 – Willie Milliken – Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina
    1B – Shane Bailey – Grayson, Kentucky
    1H – Jason Hiett – Munford, Alabama
    1P – Earl Pearson Jr. – Shreveport, Louisiana
    2 – Joey Coulter – Troutman, North Carolina
    2J – Jerry Denson – Middleburg, Kentucky
    3 – Mike Collins – New Orleans, Louisiana
    3D – David Minton – Granite Falls, North Carolina
    4 – Travis Stemler – Ionia, Michigan
    5 – Mark Whitener – Middleburg, Florida
    5* – Bryant D!ckinson – Ionia, Michigan
    5B – Buddy Brogan – Charleston, West Virginia
    6 – Clay Coghlan – Dandridge, Tennessee
    6JR – Parker Martin – Gordon, Georgia
    6L – Kyle Larson – Mooresville, North Carolina
    6R – Robbie Stuart – DeRidder, Louisiana
    7 – Jason Fitzgerald – Middleburg, Florida
    7D – Austin Theiss – Brenham, Texas
    7M – Donald McIntosh – Maryville, Tennessee
    7P – Graylin Prince – Loveland Park, Ohio
    7R – Ross Robinson – Georgetown, Delaware
    7S – Jeff Sloan – Charleston, Missouri
    8 – Kyle Strickler – Mooresville, North Carolina
    8P – David Payne – Murphy, North Carolina
    9 – Justin King – Neon, Kentucky
    9G – Larry Greer – Bowling Green, Kentucky
    9T – Tim Isenberg – Marshfield, Wisconsin
    11B – Stacy Boles – Clinton, Tennessee
    11R – Josh Rice – Verona, Kentucky
    14 – Reid Millard – Jefferson City, Missouri
    14B – John Baker – Norman Park, Georgia
    14H – Tyler Horst – Waynesboro, Pennsylvania
    14W – Dustin Walker – Polk, Missouri
    15 – James Rice – Walton, Kentucky
    16 – Brian Nuttall Jr. – Claxton, Georgia
    17 – Tim Vance – Clover, South Carolina
    17S – Brian Shockley – Thorn Hill, Tennessee
    18 – Kyle Busch – Batesville, Arkansas
    21 – Robby Hensley – Walton, Kentucky
    21K – Dakotah Knuckles – Ewing, Virginia
    21M – Billy Moyer Sr. – Batesville, Arkansas
    22 – Charlie McKenna – Ames, Iowa
    22T – William Thomas – Phenix City, Alabama
    23R – Michael Rouse – Wilson, North Carolina
    24 – Zach Leonhardi – Cartersville, Georgia
    25 – Michael Benedum – Salem, West Virginia
    25Z – Mason Zeigler – Farmington, Pennsylvania
    26JR – Jimmy Sharpe Jr. – Lyons, Georgia
    27 – Joe Denby – Tullahoma, Tennessee
    28 – Travis McDowell – Flat Rock, Alabama
    29V – Darrell Lanigan – Union, Kentucky
    30 – Steven Stratton Jr. – East Palatka, Florida
    31 – Greg Estes – Jonesville, Virginia
    31G – Bob Gordon – Keyser, West Virginia
    31X – Tyler Millwood – Kingston, Georgia
    32 – Chris Simpson – Oxford, Iowa
    32A – Robert Starett – Latham, Ohio
    32P – Bobby Pierce – Oakwood, Illinois
    33 – Jeff Mathews – Riverview, Florida
    33R – Brian Reese – Griffin, Georgia
    34 – Austin Glass – Duffield, Virginia
    37 – Jacob Hawkins – Fairmont, West Virginia
    42 – Cla Knight – North Augusta, South Carolina
    42S – Steven Stratton Sr. – East Palatka, FLorida
    44 – Chris Madden – Gaffney, South Carolina
    44W – David Webster – Monroe, Wisconsin
    45 – Scott Bell – East Prairie, Missouri
    48 – Kenny Collins – Colbert, Georgia
    49 – Jonathan Davenport – Belton, South Carolina
    51 – Ryan Winchester – Palmersville, Tennessee
    52 – Ryan Warren – Mattoon, Illinois
    55C – Chad Smith – Belmont, Ohio
    57 – Adam Yarbrough – Denver, North Carolina
    58 – Ross Bailes – Ocala, Florida
    71 – RC Whitwell – Longdale, Oklahoma
    75P – Shane Piatt – Crawfordsville, Indiana
    81 – Jason Riggs – College Grove, Tennessee
    83 – Jensen Ford – Elizabethton, Tennessee
    87 – David Mielke – Gladwin, Michigan
    88 – Jason Walker – Culleoka, Tennessee
    89 – GR Smith – Statesville, North Carolina
    91 – Derrick Ramey – Huntersville, North Carolina
    97 – Michael Chilton – Salvisa, Kentucky
    98 – Jason Rauen – Farley, Iowa
    99 – Shun Thomas – Calhoun, Georgia
    99B – Boom Briggs – Bear Lake, Pennsylvania
    101 – Forrest Trent – Jefferson City, Tennessee
    111 – Davy Davis – Tunnel Hill, Georgia
    130 – Chase Allen – Midlothian, Texas
    151 – Kyle Lear – Severna Park, Maryland
    156 – Andy Standridge – Tellico Plains, Tennessee
    191 – Rusty Schlenk – Wauseon, Ohio
    215 – Edward Freeman – Cropwell, Alabama
    354 – Chris Nash – Portage, Michigan
    618 – Kevin Wilson – Stoneville, North Carolina
    626 – Brian Mullins – Cincinnati, Ohio
    ?? – TBA – ??
    Last edited by HoosierDirtFan; 02-27-2021 at 08:29 PM.
    Nathan Stephens: Hobart (Northwest), Indiana.

    2021 Season (3) - Brownstown (IN) 1, Farmer City (IL) 1, Kokomo (IN) 1,

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    19 names I've heard of. So this race obviously has no cap number on the ammount of racers that show up. Interesting.

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    a lot of guys that have no chance of running good, and little chance of being close to making the show. But they have the money, so have at it.

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    I’m sure I’ll get lectured for this, but yeah, don’t care.

    Everyone absolutely has a right to race there, you got a car, have at it. But man, if you aren’t within about 2 seconds or closer of the fast guys, man, it can go bad. That closing rate.

    But it may give some guys a chance to make some cash that usually wouldn’t have the opportunity. Was there in 01, it’s cool. And the racing wasn’t bad. And it’s shaping up to be a great car count. Whether some are big names are not, cool to see a lot of cars. Hopefully it can sustain, why the last one didn’t. Car count was under half the second year.

    Wanna go back, but just not right now. Wish them all luck, maybe they’ll have a surprise winner.
    Hoping for the old Bloomer to return next year

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    The biggest problem they have it is going to be hard for the race track to hold up as many cars they are going to run every night it hard to get dirt to hold up when you put it on concrete or asphalt I went to Nashville a couple of years ago when the sprints were there they only ran 2 classes an they reworked the track after heat races to keep it in good shape.

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    Michael chilton for the upset victory!
    Always carrying my 2 Crown Jewels

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    dirtcrazy4u, don’t disagree with your general premise but first glance I see close to 50 recognizable names, not 19. Many of us tend to look at late models somewhat regionally, there’s big diversity geographically in this list.
    Some aren’t happy unless they’re mad.

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    I'll take the 6 horse for the win. Not because of the jockey but the mad scientist pairing makes it a no brainer. Schlenk to show, Carpenter to place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Highside Hustler25 View Post
    I'll take the 6 horse for the win. Not because of the jockey but the mad scientist pairing makes it a no brainer. Schlenk to show, Carpenter to place.
    Missed him in the rundown, yeah I’d definitely say he has the best odds.
    Hoping for the old Bloomer to return next year

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    got to go with my home boy Jason Hiett , would be a huge boost to his career ,

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    If you can't win on Saturday night you ain't got no business being there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3 wide View Post
    If you can't win on Saturday night you ain't got no business being there.
    I could say the same about the Dream or the World, but I don't. Racing is a hobby for the vast majority of racers and they are free to compete in whatever event they can get into.

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    I say Strickler takes the win.

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    Bloomquist...
    ~Sir Blackie~ 😎

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    Why in the world is kyle Bush listed from Batesville Arkansas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50Dixon50 View Post
    Why in the world is kyle Bush listed from Batesville Arkansas?
    Because he’s driving for Lance landers
    Push your care, push your burdens aside
    Erase everything inside and leave just one thing on your mind.

    You only live once so just go f'n nuts!!!- Suicide Silence

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    So BShepp is from Shinnston? 🙄
    ~Sir Blackie~ 😎

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50Dixon50 View Post
    Why in the world is kyle Bush listed from Batesville Arkansas?
    Quote Originally Posted by BloomerWon View Post
    So BShepp is from Shinnston? 
    It's where the teams they are racing with are listed to be from!
    Nathan Stephens: Hobart (Northwest), Indiana.

    2021 Season (3) - Brownstown (IN) 1, Farmer City (IL) 1, Kokomo (IN) 1,

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoosierDirtFan View Post
    It's where the teams they are racing with are listed to be from!
    Any of you that know it all have an explanation for this?

    49 – Jonathan Davenport – Belton, South Carolina

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    JD moved to be closer to his new job at Pep Boys... . .. .. ...... .
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