The final night at Magnolia Motor Speedway paying $15,000 for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
Tonight, Magnolia Motor Speedway hosts the final night of a 3-day show in The Clash at The Mag. National Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series drivers will race a 100-lap main event paying $15,000 to the winner.
View full 2019 Clash at The Mag results below.
18 drivers are locked into the main event heading into the Saturday night portion of the show. Four more in total will transfer in via the pair of B-Main’s.
This is the highest paying dirt late model race in the history of Magnolia Motor Speedway. Not only that, but it’s also the biggest in history for the state of Mississippi.
B-Main 1 – Report
Jimmy Owens and Scott Dedwylder lead them to the starting line in the first b-main of the night. Green, Owens is clear out of turn two. Shanon Buckingham quickly slices to 2nd.
Owens and Buckingham check out. Owens runs off the the wins. Owens and Buckingham will transfer to the main event.
B-Main 2 – Report
Eric Cooley and Rick Rickmam set the front row in the second LCQ of the night. Green, Rickman gets a good jump on the top. They run even into turn one.
Cooley pulls ahead on the bottom. Rickman crosses him on the bottom into turn three.
Lap 7, Thrash jumps the cushion in turn two while running 2nd. Rickman closes the gap.
Final lap, Rickman throws a slider on Thrash in turn three. He noses ahead but the rear end steps out and he can’t get the power down off the final corner.
Cooley wins the final B Main if the night. Thrash will take the final transfer position.
Main Event – Report
Drivers have worked three days to get to this point. The winner of this race will hit the road with a check for $15,000.
There’s not a seat in the house. They line up in a four wide salute for the Mississippi dirt track racing fans.
Tim McCreadie and Josh Richards trail the pace truck ahead of the feature event. 100 laps of dirt late model racing is up next…
Green flag, McCreadie leads on the bottom into turn one. Richards falls to 4th off turn two on the outside lane.
Lap 2, McCreadie moves to the top. Marlar is coming on the bottom. A lap later, Marlar completes the pass on the bottom heading into turn three.
Lap 12, Marlar has caught the tail of the field. He slows behind lap traffic and McCreadie is on his bumper.
Lap 16, Marlar moves to the top to work the lap cars. McCreadie looks to the inside but he’s pinned behind the lap cars.
Lap 23, three lap cars separate Marlar and McCreadie.
Lap 25, Bobby Pierce started 11th. He’s up to 4th and on the bumper of Richards on the bottom lane.
Lap 35, Pearson Jr runs 5th. He’s the first car to find speed around the top. Pierce hears him coming and he moves to the top just in front of Pearson. Pierce gets a bump from Pearson down the back stretch.
Lap 46, Pierce was up to 3rd. He and Pearson were rolling the top and moving forward. They are now moving backwards. Davenport moves to 4th on the bottom.
Lap 70, Marlar leads McCreadie by 3 car lengths.
The pace has slowed way down. The leader remains the same. As Marlar catches lap traffic, McCreadie closes. As he moves around the laps, he checks out again.
Mike Marlar is working through a lap bump in the middle of turns three and four. Most of the field is rolling through it. Marlar’s car gets out of shape every few laps but he’s still pulling away.
Mike Marlar wins the Clash at The Mag!
View full 2019 Clash at The Mag race results below.
Magnolia Motor Speedway Results
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
June 1, 2019
View full 2019 Magnolia Motor Speedway results from Columbus, MS below.
A-Main Transfer Cars (Group A) : 1. Josh Richards (14.442); 2. Devin Moran (14.533); 3. Billy Moyer (14.705); 4. Don O’Neal (14.858): 5. Michael Arnold (14.900); 6. Tim McCreadie (14.949); 7. Brian Rickman (14.971); 8. Neil Baggett (14.990); 9. Dane Dacus (15.258);
A-Main Transfer Cars (Group A) : 1. Tyler Erb (14.602); 2. Kyle Bronson (14.727); 3. Earl Pearson Jr (14.806); 4. Jonathan Davenport (15.106); 5. Bobby Pierce (15.160); 6. Mike Marlar (15.167); 7. Hudson O’Neal (15.270); 8. Stormy Scott (15.277);
B-Main 1 (12 Laps – Top 2 Transfer) : 1. Jimmy Owens; 2. Shanon Buckingham; 3. BJ Robinson; 4. Gavin Landers; 5. Shay Knight; 6. Clay Fisher; 7. Scott Dedwylder;
B-Main 2 (12 Laps – Top 2 Transfer) : 1. Eric Cooley; 2. Chad Thrash; 3. Rick Rickman; 4. Austin Arnold; 5. Christian Hanger; 6. Billy Moyer Jr; 7. Morgan Bagley; 8. Shelby Sheedy; 9. Robbie Stuart;
Magnolia Motor Speedway
Feature Race Results
June 1, 2019
A-Main ($15,000 to win – 100 Laps) :
Pos | Driver | Race Earnings
1. Mike Marlar
2. Tim McCreadie
3. Jonathan Davenport
4. Josh Richards
5. Earl Pearson Jr
6. Tyler Erb
7. Dane Dacus
8. Devin Moran
9. Bobby Pierce
10. Don O’Neal
11. Stormy Scott
12. Kyle Bronson
13. Neil Baggett
14. Jimmy Owens
15. Billy Moyer
16. Shanon Buckingham
17. Hudson O’Neal
18. Timothy Culp
19. Billy Moyer Jr
20. Eric Cooley
21. Chad Thrash
22. Michael Arnold
23. Brian Rickman
24. Scott Dedwylder
Lap Leaders: Tim McCreadie (Laps 1 – 3); Mike Marlar (Laps 4 – 100)
Wrisco Feature Winner: Mike Marlar
Margin of Victory: 1.871 seconds
Series Provisionals: Billy Moyer Jr.
Miller Welders Highest Clash @ the Mag Point Provisional: Scott Dedwylder
Optima Batteries Hard Charger of the Race: Dane Dacus (Advanced 8 Positions)
Midwest Sheet Metal Spoiler Challenge Point Leader: Jonathan Davenport
Allstar Performance Power Move of the Race: Jonathan Davenport
Sunoco Race for Gas Highest Finisher: Josh Richards
Eibach Springs Rookie of the Race: Tyler Erb
COMP Cams Engine Builder of the Race: Cornett Racing Engines
Ohlins Shocks Chassis Builder of the Race: Rocket Chassis
Outerwears Crew Chief of the Race: Philip Snellen (Tim McCreadie)
Dirty Girl Racewear Fastest Lap of the Race: Mike Marlar (Lap #4 – 15.3218 seconds)
Hot Rod Processing Tough Break of the Race: Billy Moyer Jr.
STEEL-IT Most Laps Led: Mike Marlar (96 Laps)
PFC Brakes Pole Award: Tim McCreadie
Time of Race: 35 minutes 10 seconds
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Points
Pos | Driver | Points Earnings
1. Jonathan Davenport
2830 | $118,625
2. Earl Pearson Jr
2485 | $59,875
3. Tyler Erb
2440 | $69,800
4. Devin Moran
2320 | $41,425
5. Josh Richards
2310 | $47,900
6. Tim McCreadie
2225 | $42,125
7. Jimmy Owens
2125 | $44,125
8. Hudson O’Neal
2065 | $42,600
9. Don O’Neal
2030 | $38,400
10. Kyle Bronson
1985 | $30,725
11. Billy Moyer Jr
1845 | $21,425
12. Shanon Buckingham
1805 | $18,000
13. Stormy Scott
1705 | $16,025
14. Jason Jameson
1650 | $18,950
15. Scott Bloomquist
1410 | $12,350