2017 Show Me 100 Results from the final night at Lucas Oil Speedway on May 28, 2017 featuring the LOLMDS
After yesterday’s rain delay, the 2017 Show-Me 100 will resume tonight. This is a spoiler-free race report of the biggest Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event thus far in 2017.
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What NASCAR race? The grandstands are packed at Lucas Oil Speedway.
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B-Main #1. Jesse Stovall starts on pole in the first B-Main. Mains, under the bright sunlight. They are only taking the top 2.
Jared Landers jumps out to early lead.
Chase Junghans is moving forward, fast. He drove it hard into turn 3, he barely clears Tim Manville, then pumps the brakes. Chad Simpson spins. Restart, two laps later Junghans pulls the same move on Jesse Stovall.
Next is the leader Jared Landers. Chase Junghans rounds him as well. Junghans stole the show in B-Main #1 driving away from the field en’ route to the win. He’ll earn his spot in tonight’s main event. Jaraed Landers will earn a spot as well.
B-Main #2. Logan Martin and Shannon Babb set up the front row in B-Main number two. Shannon Babb powers on the outside to take the lead in turn 1.
Terry Phillips pulls a slide job on a lapper. The track is very dry slick already. Thus, he drifts all the way to the wall, backwards, he loops it while trying to catch the slide. Phillips was running 4th.
Joey Moriarty is running 3rd. But he’s got splitter issues. His right front is dragging the track, on the straight-away. Dirt chunks go flying when the nose sets on corner entry. Trouble for Moriarty, he’s off.
Logan Martin takes a stab at Babb in turn 3. Not enough. 3 wide behind them for 3rd as Shannon Babb takes the win and the transfer spot.
B-Main #3. Jack Sullivan and Dave Eckrich lead the field to green in B-Main #3. Sullivan is the early leader but it’s complete chaos behind him. 4 wide, rubbing fenders. They all survived.
Davenport spins a lap later. Likely a flat tire from contact the lap before. He creates a parking lot in turn 2.
Green. Tony Jackson Jr is looking low on Eckrich. He’s running high on entry swinging low on exit. He doesn’t door him. But it doesn’t work. As I said, the track is very dry. He spins all alone trying to put the bottom down through the middle on the exit.
Jake O’Neil is in the wall. He bounces off it, back into traffic. Sends another driver nearly into the infield. They all survive. O’Neil makes it back to 3rd. Final lap, he pulls a slide job. It’s not aggressive enough to take them both out but not enough to make the pass either.
Midwest Sheet Metal Challenge, AKA last chance qualifier is up next. It’s a full field of cars, they’re taking just one.
Cole Wells and Jake O’Neil lead the field to green. O’Neil is the early leader. Big crash, 7 cars are smashed on the front straight. The track was blocked, leaving trailing cars no path of avoidance. Nearly half the field is heading to the pits. 2 laps complete.
Green. 4 wide at the start finish line. They run out of room in turn 1. Caution. 2 laps complete.
Green. Jake O’Neil is gone. Tim Manville and Timothy Culp battle for 2nd. Caution. Terry Phillips is around, he’s off to the pits. 9 laps down.
Green. Chad Simpson picks up 4 spots on the restart, Manville loses 4.
17 down, Culp is chasing down O’Neil. He pulls a slide job in 4. New leader! O’Neil cuts back under Culp, sliding under his rear bumper. O’Neil is back even at the straight away. Pass 1/2 complete. Turn 4, O’Neil drives it in deep. Culp either makes a mistake or he anticipates being slammed into. Either way, Culp goes up the track. He’s over the cushion and he’s lost the lead. Jake O’Neil from Arizona is heading to the tail of the main.
A-Main up next. The track is being re-worked. Tim McCreadie and Jimmy Owens will lead the Show Me 100 field to the line. A $30,000 check awaits the winner.
Green Flag! Tim McCreadie leads as Jimmy Owens falls back to 3rd. Earl Pearson Jr is on the charge. He looks for the lead on McCreadie, new leader.
Earl Pearson Jr pulls 10 car lengths to McCreadie. The field has mostly migrated to the bottom. Caution, Payton Looney has parked, something broke. 11 laps down.
Owens is coming back to the front. He’s looking for a hole around McCreadie. Bloomquist also looks to have some speed. Pearson Jr is in his own league so far. Caution. Chris Simpson has stopped on track. He hits the pits and returns. 22 laps down.
Green. Caution. Darrell Lanigan has broken on the restart. The field was 4-5 wide as they went around him at the flag stand.
Lap 25, Owens has moved passed McCreadie. Chasing down Earl Pearson Jr. Owens looks low, he’s there. He can’t make it stick. Owens gets out of the gas loses a ton a ground to Pearson. Caution. Mason Zeigler has gotten into Mike Marlar, the #157 is around.
Jonathan Davenport is up to 11th. He started dead last. Mason Zeigler and Mike Marlar have both pulled off.
Owens has found speed through the bumps in turn 1. Ruts have begun to form on the high side. Pearson and McCreadie are still on the bottom or middle. Bloomquist and Owens run it right through the bumps. Caution. Hudson O’Neal has come to a stop. Lap 41.
Caution. Billy Moyer Jr has come to a stop. Lap 47.
Owens jumps the cushion in the middle of turn 2. He loses a ton of positions. However, Randy Sanders has blown up. Smoke pours from the back of his dirt late model. Caution. Reverting to the previous lap, Owens will get those spots back. Lap 56.
Owens hits the wrong bump. Bloomquist is passed on the bottom as is Pierce. Pierce has climbed to third after starting 14th. Bloomquist rubs 4th while Jonathan Davenport is up to 6th. Caution. Billy Moyer Sr has stopped on track. Lap 75.
Owens is up the cushion again. This time it’s in 3-4 and he’s lost 10 positions. Pierce is on the move.
Bobby Pierce is running a lane all to his own. He’s entering turns 1-2 higher than anyone. Only his left side tires are into the bumps. The lane he’s in hasn’t been touched all weekend. The groove at the very top of the racetrack as a significant decrease in banking compared to the middle.
Pierce is chasing down Earl Pearson Jr, fast. In no time, he there. Pierce drives right around Earl Pearson Jr is turns 3-4. He’s gone.
Bobby Pierce is going to win the 2017 Show-Me 100 after 100 laps around Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, MO.
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Bobby Pierce speaks from victory lane, “Last year we started 29th and got up to the front and had the lead under caution when we suffered a flat tire. So yes, this feels like redemption from last year’s disappointment. We started 14th tonight, but it was a lot harder, once you get up there with those guys it got a little tougher.”
“I just want to thank a lot of people associated with this car, Hoker Trucking, Allgayer Inc, Champion Spark Plugs, Premier Waste Services, Berger’s Marina, Carnaghi’s Towing.” Pierce’s Bob Pierce Platinum Race Cars is powered by a Pro Power Engine.
“The track would make the car bounce like a basketball. I know they were trying to make it a good track, and it did make for some good racing, so hats off to the track crew. I know they were wanting a good show for television. It was a heck of a race. Congrats to Earl on second and T-Mac for third. I am sorry I got into him [McCreadie] there at one point.”
The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will have a short break in the coming weeks. June 15-17th, the dirt late model tour heads to Magnolia Motor Speedway. It’s the ‘Clash at the Mag’ in Columbus, MS.
Author: Shane Walters
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Show Me 100
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LUCAS OIL SPEEDWAY
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Penske Racing Shocks B-Main #1 Finish (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): Chase Junghans, Jared Landers, Jesse Stovall, Tim Manville, Austin Rettig, Gavin Landers, Chad Simpson, Justin Duty, Bryon Allison, Boom Briggs, Jim Shereck, Hudson O’Neal, Jon Mitchell-DNS, Evan Hubert-DNS, Cliff Morrow-DNS, Daniel Jessen-DNS, Jonathan Rowan-DNS
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Fast Shafts B-Main #2 Finish (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): Shannon Babb, Logan Martin, Cole Wells, John Duty, Shannon Scott, Randy Timms, Terry Phillips, Al Humphrey, Scott Crigler, Joey Moriarty, Jason Rauen-DNS, Jeremy Grady-DNS, Wendell Wallace-DNS, Tanner Mullens-DNS, Will Vaught-DNS, Bob King-DNS, Larry Jones-DNS
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BadBoy Mowers B-Main #3 Finish (15 Laps, Top 2 Transfer): Jack Sullivan, Dave Eckrich, Jake O’Neil, Timothy Culp, Garrett Alberson, Brantlee Gotschall, JC Wyman, Jeff Herzog, Mason Oberkramer, Tony Jackson, Jr., Blonde Bomber Mitchell, Chandler Petty, Jonathan Davenport, Jason Sivils, BJ Robinson-DNS, Mike Stadel-DNS, Tanner Kellick-DNS
Midwest Sheet Metal Challenge
LUCAS OIL SPEEDWAY
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Midwest Sheet Metal Show-Me Challenge (20 Laps – Winner Chose to start 29th in Feature):Jake O’Neil, Timothy Culp, Chad Simpson, Tim Manville, Austin Rettig, Randy Timms, Brantlee Gotschall, Garrett Alberson, Cole Wells, Jeff Herzog, Shannon Scott, John Duty, Al Humphrey, Bryon Allison, Terry Phillips, Gavin Landers, JC Wyman, Justin Duty, Mason Oberkramer, Scott Crigler, Chandler Petty, Joey Moriarty-DNS, Jim Shereck-DNS, Blonde Bomber Mitchell-DNS
2017 Show Me 100 Results
LUCAS OIL SPEEDWAY
MAY 28TH, 2017
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Feature Finish (100 Laps):
|FINISH||START||CAR #||DRIVER NAME||HOMETOWN||EARNINGS|
|1||14||32||Bobby Pierce||Oakwood, IL||$30,000|
|2||3||1||Earl Pearson, Jr.||Jacksonville, FL||$17,400|
|3||1||39||Tim McCreadie||Watertown, NY||$12,200|
|4||4||0||Scott Bloomquist||Mooresburg, TN||$10,500|
|5||30||49||Jonathan Davenport||Williamson, SC||$6,000|
|6||16||22||Gregg Satterlee||Rochester Mills, PA||$7,300|
|7||15||28E||Dennis Erb, Jr.||Carpentersville, IL||$6,200|
|8||22||777||Jared Landers||Batesville, AR||$3,000|
|9||13||1R||Josh Richards||Shinnston, WV||$4,950|
|10||20||18||Shannon Babb||Mowequa, IL||$2,600|
|11||27||56||Tony Jackson, Jr.||Lebanon, MO||$2,500|
|12||23||36||Logan Martin||West Plains, MO||$2,475|
|13||26||99B||Boom Briggs||Bear Lake, PA||$4,650|
|14||21||18X||Jack Sullivan||Greenbrier, AR||$2,425|
|15||9||5||Don O’Neal||Martinsville, IN||$4,700|
|16||19||18J||Chase Junghans||Manhattan, KS||$2,375|
|17||11||15||Steve Francis||Bowling Green, KY||$4,550|
|18||25||71||Hudson O’Neal||Martinsville, IN||$4,525|
|19||2||20||Jimmy Owens||Newport, TN||$4,600|
|20||17||21||Billy Moyer||Batesville, AR||$2,250|
|21||24||58||Dave Eckrich||Oxford, IA||$2,200|
|22||12||20x||Rodney Sanders||Happy, TX||$2,150|
|23||18||21JR||Billy Moyer, Jr.||Batesville, AR||$2,100|
|24||8||25Z||Mason Zeigler||Chalk Hill, PA||$2,050|
|25||5||157||Mike Marlar||Winfield, TN||$2,000|
|26||29||J0||Jake O’Neil||Tucson, AZ||$2,000|
|27||10||32C||Chris Simpson||Oxford, IA||$2,000|
|28||7||14||Darrell Lanigan||Union, KY||$4,200|
|29||26||0||Jesse Stovall||Billings, MO||$2,000|
|30||6||15P||Payton Looney||Republic, MO||$2,000|
Lap Leaders: Tim McCreadie (Laps 1 – 2); Earl Pearson Jr. (Laps 3 – 86); Bobby Pierce (Laps 87 – 100)
Cautions: Payton Looney (Lap 11); Chris Simpson (Lap 22); Mike Marlar (Lap 29); Hudson O’Neal (Lap 41); Billy Moyer Jr. (Lap 47); Rodney Sanders (Lap 56); Billy Moyer (Lap 75)
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Provisionals: Hudson O’Neal, Boom Briggs
Lucas Oil Midwest Latemodel Racing Association Provisionals: Tony Jackson Jr., Jesse Stovall
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Emergency Provisionals: n/a
Midwest Sheet Metal Show-Me Challenge Provisional: Jake O’Neil
Lucas Oil Show-Me 100 Past Champions Provisional: Jonathan Davenport
Wrisco Feature Winner: Bobby Pierce
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Jonathan Davenport (Started: 30th; Finished: 5th; Advanced 25 Positions)
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Scott Bloomquist
Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Bobby Pierce
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Earl Pearson Jr.
Hot Rod Processing Rookie of the Race: Gregg Satterlee
COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Pro Power Racing Engines
Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Pierce Race Cars
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Taylon Center (Earl Pearson Jr.)
Fastest Lap of the Race: Earl Pearson Jr. (Lap #12 – 15.006 seconds)
Safecraft Most Laps Led: Earl Pearson Jr. (84 Laps)
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Tim McCreadie
Time of Race: 59 minutes 34 seconds
Lucas Oil Championship Point Standings:
|POS||CAR #||DRIVER NAME||HOMETOWN||POINTS||EARNINGS|
|1||0||Scott Bloomquist||Mooresburg, TN||3555||$122,425|
|2||39||Tim McCreadie||Watertown, NY||3420||$95,800|
|3||1R||Josh Richards||Shinnston, WV||3320||$84,300|
|4||5||Don O’Neal||Martinsville, IN||3175||$67,775|
|5||1||Earl Pearson, Jr.||Jacksonville, FL||3135||$77,650|
|6||20||Jimmy Owens||Newport, TN||3045||$62,175|
|7||14||Darrell Lanigan||Union, KY||2995||$49,375|
|8||28E||Dennis Erb, Jr.||Carpentersville, IL||2925||$44,550|
|9||22||Gregg Satterlee||Rochester Mills, PA||2775||$43,025|
|10||15||Steve Francis||Bowling Green, KY||2730||$36,650|
|11||99B||Boom Briggs||Bear Lake, PA||2525||$29,100|
|12||71||Hudson O’Neal||Martinsville, IN||2520||$30,250|
*Points are unofficial until Close of Business on the Tuesday following Race Day*