Cody Jaberg wins at Martinsville and wins the OSR Trucks Winter Series!! Rounding out the top 5 at Martinsville was Brandon Thomas, Steve Whitmore, Brent Butler and Kyle Finlayson.
Jaberg would win the pole with lap of 19.580 to lead the field of 24 trucks to the green flag. The race was a pretty rough esp in the back half of the field. We had 10 yellows for 50 laps.
Steve Whitmore wins the best of the rest championship over Brendan Lushes.
Britt Vanmeter- Lane Change before start/finish line on the final restart. -10 pt penalty for start of the regular season.
The schedule was tough for this winter session with a lot of short tracks. I thank everyone that showed up and raced!!
We will run some recruitment races here while we wait for the regular season to start. We will run them like official osr races so we can help bring in some new drivers for the start of the season. Be on the lookout for race info.
One last note- Huge thanks to Shawn Fitts and SRN for covering the final handful of races!! Makes these races so much more fun and entertaining.
Spencer Stineman picks up win number 2 on the season in the OSR Cup Series at Bristol Motor Speedway! Rounding out the top 5 at Bristol was Richard Luckey (Whitmore Motorsports), Brandon Thomas (STD Motorsports), Cody Ditto (STD Motorsports) and Carl Felver (Pelfrey Racing).
Jonathan Cross (Open) would set fast time with a blazing lap of 14.707 to win the pole in qualifying. The race would see 4 yellows for 20 laps.
After 9 race we still have 5 drivers locked into the chase:
Brandon Thomas wins at Myrtle Beach Speedway in the OSR Winter Trucks. Locks into championship 4!!! Rounding out the top 5 at the beach was Brent Butler, Britt Vanmeter, Steve Whitmore and Will Custer.
OSR newcomer Brent Butler would win the pole with a fast time of 19.105 to lead the field of 22 trucks to the green flag. The race would slow 10 times for 50 laps.
After 9 tough race tracks we have determined our final 4 that will battle for the Winter Series Championship!!
Brandon Thomas Cody Jaberg Britt Vanmeter David Moore
These are the 4 going for the title Monday Night at Martinsville Speedway. Catch all the championship action Monday night starting at 9PM on Sim Racing News!
Steve Whitmore took over the best of the rest pts lead after Myrtle Beach but Brendan Lushes sits only 2 pts back for the $15 prize!! Jeremy Hensley and Chris Hockley are still very much in the hunt for the prize as well!
Richard Luckey (Whitmore Motorsports) wins back to back races in the cup series at Charlotte Motorspeedway!! Rounding out the top 5 was Russell Despain (Pelfrey Racing), David Sluiter (Helms Racing), Carl Felver (Pelfrey Racing) and Cody Jaberg (Vanmeter Motorsports).
Spencer Stineman would win the pole with a lap of 30.107 to lead the field of 27 cup cars to the green flag. The race would see 5 yellows for 20 laps.
There are still 5 drivers locked into the chase after Charlotte:
Series newcomer Brendan Lushes win in a thrilling finish at Talladega Superspeedway in the OSR Winter Truck Series!!! Rounding out the top 5 was David Moore, John Chappell, Britt Vanmeter and Mark Lushes.
Brandon Nitzkorski would win the pole in qualifying with a lap time of 56.164 to lead the field of 21 trucks to the green flag. The race would slow 2 times for 6 laps.
Brendan Lushes leads the best of the rest standings after the win at dega.
Full results at ohiosimracing.com
Next week the Winter Trucks head to Myrtle Beach Speedway to determine the Championship 4!!! There is still several drivers within a handful of pts in the hunt for this!!
Richard Luckey (Whitmore Racing) wins Race #3 of the OSR Cup Series at Watkins Glen! Rounding out the top 5 at the Glen was Ryan Bille (Helms Motorsports), Carl Felver Pelfrey Motorsports), David Sluiter (Helms Motorsports) and Cody Smith (Vanmeter Motorsports)
Luckey would win from the pole as he set a blistering lap of 1:10.783 in qualifying to lead the field of 21 cup cars to the green. The race would slow one time for 3 laps.
We have 5 drivers locked into the chase so by way of wins:
Cody Jaberg wins at Iowa Speedway and moves into the championship 4!! Following Jaberg was Brandon (I hate this track) Thomas, Tim Likens, Chris Hockley and Jonathan Cross.
Taylor Locklear would set fast time with lap of 23.422 to lead the field of 23 trucks to the green flag. The race would slow 4 times for 19 laps.
Tim Likens leads the best of the rest field after Iowa by 1 pts over Chris Hockley.
Next week we head to the biggest wild card race of the season at Talladega Superspeedway for 50 laps of crashing I mean racing. The championship chase could take a big turn at this race catch it all next Monday!
Kyle Finlayson wins at Darlington Raceway and wraps up the regular season championship!! Following Finlayson was Britt Vanmeter, Steve Whitmore, Brandon Thomas and Earl Wolfe!
Finlayson would set fast time in qualifying with a lap of 29.538 to lead the field of 20 trucks to the line. The race would slow 1 time for 3 laps. With only 1 caution I will do a random drawing with everyone name that finished the race for a $10 prize!
Full results and standings at ohiosimracing.com
The regular season has concluded and we have our championship 8 drivers determined! Good Luck to:
Kyle Finlayson Brandon Thomas Britt Vanmeter Earl Wolfe Cody Jaberg David Moore Matthew Gonzalez Scott Cain
The champion will receive $20
Everyone else will fall into the best of the rest standings and race for a $15 prize!
Next week we head into the first race of the round of 8 at Iowa Speedway!!
Kyle Finlayson wins at Hickory Motor Speedway!! Following Finlayson to the line was Cody Jaberg, Brandon Thomas, William Custer and Earl Wolfe.
Kyle Finlayson would destroy everyone in qualifying with a blazing lap of 14.362 to lead the field of 24 trucks to the green flag. Hickory proved to a very difficult to drive and we saw 11 yellows for 54 laps. Not really the fault of anyone one driver it was just a difficult car and track combo.
Full Results and Standings at ohiosimracing.com
Next week the trucks finish up the regular season at the famed Darlington Raceway for 78 laps to determine our final 8 drivers that will run for the championship!! Lets see some throwback paint schemes for this one!!
Spencer Stineman wins first race of the season at Pocono Raceway!! Spencer becomes the first STD motorsports driver to lock into the chase! Following Stineman was Jonathan Cross (open), Coy Haseleu (Helms Racing), Phillip Ellis (Pelfrey Racing), and David Sluiter (Helms Racing).
Richard Luckey would set fast time to win the pole with a lap of 53.917 to lead the field of 27 cup cars to the green flag. The race would 2 times for 6 laps.
We know have 5 out of 8 drivers locked into the chase by way of wins:
Richard Luckey (Whitmore Motorsports) Steve Whitmore (Whitmore Motorsports) Phillip Ellis (Pelfrey Racing) Coy Haseleu (Helms Racing) Spencer Stineman (STD Motorsports)
The team points are staying close with Helms Racing holding onto a 5 point lead over Pelfrey Racing. STD Motorsports moves up into the 3rd spot over Vanmeter Motorsports this week.
The cup series takes a 2 week holiday break before returning to the only road course on the schedule at Watkins Glen.