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May 29
Tyler County Speedway,
Middlebourne, WV
Sanction: World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series (Jackpot 100) - $10,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated May 30, 8:41 am)
Dohm hits $10,000 WoO Jackpot at Tyler County
Jackpot 100
  1. Tim Dohm
  2. Shane Clanton
  3. Morgan Bagley
  4. Devin Moran
  5. Chub Frank
  6. Steve Casebolt
  7. Eddie Carrier Jr.
  8. Josh Richards
  9. Frank Heckenast Jr.
  10. Rick Eckert
  11. Chase Junghans
  12. Austin Hubbard
  13. Brandon Overton
  14. Billy Moyer Jr.
  15. Brian Shirley
  16. Mike Benedum
  17. Tyler Erb
  18. Eric Wells
  19. Kyle Thomas
  20. Joey Coulter
  21. Robbie Scott
  22. Chris Ferguson
  23. Zack Dohm
  24. Tim Senic
presented by
Howie Balis
Tim Dohm heads to a $10,000 Jackpot 100 victory at Tyler County.
What won the race: Fighting off early challenges from Chris Ferguson and repelling Shane Clanton, second-starting Tim Dohm of Cross Lanes, W.Va., scored his first career World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series victory at Tyler County Speedway. He earned a $10,000 payday for leading all 60 laps in the Jackpot 100 finale.
Key notes: Dohm now owns victories on both national tours. He captured a Lucas Oil Series victory at East Bay Raceway Park in 2007. ... The home-state driver also scored a ULMS victory at Tyler County back in April. ... Third-place finisher Morgan Bagley, who started 12th, posted his best series finish so far this season.
On the move: Clanton rallied from the 14th-starting spot to finish second; Rick Eckert charged from the 21st starting position to post a top-10 finish.
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: After the holiday weekend, Josh Richards of Shinnston, W.Va., has a 134-point edge over Clanton atop the WoO standings.
Car count: 33
Fast qualifier: Josh Richards
Time: 12.137 seconds
Polesitter: Frank Heckenast Jr.
Heat race winners: Brandon Overton, Tim Dohm, Josh Richards, Steve Casebolt
Consolation race winners: Billy Moyer Jr., Mike Benedum
Provisional starters: Rick Eckert, Austin Hubbard
Next series race: June 21, Weedsport Speedway (Weedsport, NY) $0
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.
By Brendan Capria
World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series

MIDDLEBOURNE, W.Va. — Hundreds of fans scaled the frontstretch fence Sunday night at Tyler County Speedway to watch a grown man cry.

Veteran Tim Dohm of Cross Lanes, W.Va., couldn’t compose himself after winning the Jackpot 100 finale and his first World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series feature. With a home-state crowd cheering him on, the 55-year-old played the role of hometown hero knocking off the traveling stars.

“After (finishing 23rd Saturday) night, I thought we threw it away,” said Dohm, his tears rinsing the dirt from his face. “Man I’m so tickled. … I’m getting emotional. I’m telling you it was tough. Once you get into lapped cars and it’s hard to see. … and everyone is so fast on this racetrack.”

But Dohm was faster than everyone else in the 24-car field. Starting outside the front row, Dohm got the jump on polesitter Frank Heckenast Jr. of Frankfort, Ill., and led all 60 laps.

Reigning series champion Shane Clanton of Zebulon, Ga., rallied from his 14th starting spot to finish second while Morgan Bagley of Longview, Texas, was third. Devin Moran of Dresden, Ohio, and Chub Frank of Bear Lake, Pa., rounded out the top five.

Shortly after Dohm took the lead, three rows of cars behind him paired-off, engaging in three separate battles for track position. Chris Ferguson of Mount Holly, N.C., debuting a new Rocket Chassis over the weekend, overtook a fading Heckenast for second and Moran overtook Saturday’s runner-up Steve Casebolt for third. Further back, Saturday’s winner and WoO points leader Josh Richards traded paint with Brandon Overton for sixth.

Although Richards became the series all-time leader in fast-time awards earlier in the night, things didn’t go as well in the feature when he and Overton tangled in turn one on the fifth lap.

Then Ferguson was knocked from contention when he rolled a left-rear tire off the rim after seriously challenging Dohm from the second spot.

Clanton took advantage in his charge to a runner-up finish.

“I was biding my time, waiting and waiting,” Clanton said. “I had my move there. (Our crew) threw the kitchen sink at them tonight.”

Bagley, who started 12th, came forward with Clanton. With 24 laps remaining, the two dueled — Bagley running high and Clanton moving to the low line. While the battle for the runner-up spot labored for 14 laps, Dohm edged away, opening nearly a second-and-a-half lead.

Clanton claimed the second spot for good by wedging his car underneath Bagley in turn one with 10 laps remaining, but he couldn’t catch Dohm while Bagley finished third.

“We took a brand new car out here, and we’ve been just learning stuff,” Bagley said. “We’re just going to learn with it, get a notebook built, and we’re inching forward with it. Hopefully we can build off this. I just got a little loose at the end and Shane got around me.”

In victory lane, Dohm climbed from his car, sat on the door panel for a moment before he addressed the crowd. He took in the atmosphere – between the confetti and fans climbing on the fence just to see a hometown guy get the win.

“I didn’t see the white (flag), I saw the checkered,” he said. “There’s no better place to get my first Outlaws win than at Tyler County Speedway.”

Feature lineup

Row 1: Heckenast, Dohm
Row 2: Ferguson, Junghans
Row 3: Casebolt, Frank
Row 4: Overton, Richards
Row 5: Moran, Scott
Row 6: Carrier, Bagley
Row 7: Coulter, Clanton
Row 8: Erb, Wells
Row 9: Moyer Jr., Benedum
Row 10: Thomas, Shirley
Row 11: Dohm, Senic
Row 12: Eckert, Hubbard
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