Tyler County Speedway,
Sanction: Zimmer's United Late Model Series (Earl Hill Memorial) - $5,080
Information provided by: Tyler Carr and track reports (last updated April 18, 8:37 am)
Dohm earns $5,080 in Earl Hill Memorial
Earl Hill Memorial
- Tim Dohm
- Jared Hawkins
- Eddie Carrier Jr.
- Mike Benedum
- Kyle Thomas
- Greg Oakes
- Jared Miley
- Kyle Hardy
- Freddie Carpenter
- Dave Hess Jr.
- Sonny Conley
- John Volpe
- Brian Baumberger
- Daniel Hill
- Charles Powell Jr.
- Derek Doll
- Dusty Hamrick
- Paul Wilmoth Jr.
- Keith Barbara
- Michael Oakes
- Bobby Rohrer
- Rick Williams
Tim Dohm earned $5,080 at Tyler County's 27th Earl Hill Memorial.
What won the race: Grabbing the lead on an early restart, fourth-starting Tim Dohm of Cross Lanes, W.Va., captured the first United Late Model Series visit to Tyler County Speedway in the 27th annual Earl Hill Memorial. Dohm went from third to first with an outside move and raced to a $5,080 victory over Jared Hawkins and Eddie Carrier Jr., who both led early.
Quotable: "We got up into lapped cars, and it made it a little bit tough," Dohm said. "But after we got running there, the last 20 (laps), I think it might've gone green the last 20 ... it was fun."
Key notes: Dohm won his first race with the Pennsylvania-based ULMS tour. ... Jared Hawkins drove the No. 27 Bobby Lake Motorsports ride (the number normally used by Michael Lake). ... Mike Benedum drove the No. 1 normally driven by Paul Wilmoth Jr. and Wilmoth drove his brother Steve's car. ... The Earl Hill Memorial was originally scheduled for April 9 but postponed a week.
On the move: Greg Oakes of Franklinville, N.Y., advanced from the 12th starting spot to finish sixth.
Winner's sponsors: Dohm's Swartz Race Car is powered by a Vic Hill Racing Engine and sponsored by Octane Race Products, Melvin's Automatic Transmission Service and Dohm Cycle.
Points chase: ULMS opened the season.
Car count: 29
Fast qualifier: Tim Dohm
Polesitter: Eddie Carrier Jr.
Heat race winners: Tim Dohm, Ricky Williams, Jared Hawkins, Eddie Carrier Jr.
Consolation race winners: Sonny Conley
Next series race: June 18, Mercer Raceway Park (Mercer, PA) $3,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.