Sanction: QuickCar Racing Products Dirt Late Model Series - $1,000
Information provided by: Series reports (last updated April 21, 12:27 pm)
Lance inherits Lincoln victory in postrace tech
- Steve Lance Jr.
- Brad Denney
- Dave Polak Jr.
- Shawn Diggs
- Nick Bauman
- Logan Moody
- Chad Osterhoff
- Tommy Sheppard Jr.
- Kolby Vandenbergh
- Matt Beadles
- Myles Moos
- Doug Hayes
- Bill Giannetti
- Zach Waibel
- Braden Johnson
- Levi Ashby
- Josh Cooley
- Cody Walters
- Jeremy McLaughlin
- Steve Shannon
- Matt Taylor
- Aaron Heck
Steve Lance (25) inherited the QuickCar Series victory at Lincoln.
What won the race: Steve Lance Jr. inherited a $1,000 victory on the QuickCar Dirt Late Model Series when Matt Taylor of Springfield, Ill., was disqualified because his carburetor didn't pass postrace technical inspectlon. Aaron Heck of Mount Vernon, Ill., who crossed the line third, was disqualified for the same reason as Taylor.
Quotable: "It's good that (series promoter Tom Smith) stood up and stuck to his guns on this," Lance said. "He'll gain more drivers in the future because of this."
Key notes: Matt Taylor led all 25 laps before his disqualification. ... Lance dodged disqualification, but he had a purchase a new left-front tire before racing action because his original tire wasn't legal. ... Drivers failing to make the feature lineup: Jose Parga, Austin Simpson, Andy Minett, Trevor Nickel, Jim Weber and Josh Highley
On the move: Nick Bauman started 16th and was listed fifth in the final rundown.
Winner's sponsors: Lance's Rayburn Race Car is sponsored by Frederick Motorsports and Miller & Sons Farms.
Car count: 29
Polesitter: Myles Moos
Heat race winners: Myles Moos, Matt Taylor, Brad Denney
Consolation race winners: Nick Bauman
Provisional starters: Bill Giannetti, Doug Hayes
Next series race: May 23, Kankakee County Speedway (Kankakee, IL) $1,000
Editor's note: Results and race details are unofficial.