Take a look inside the stunning dirt late model trailer for Lance Lance Motorsports and Jonathan Davenport
Lance Landers Motorsports fields a full-time effort for Jonathan Davenport on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tour. The team collected the series title in 2019.
View Jonathan Davenport hauler photos below.
The team has a new hauler ahead of the 2021 racing season. It was built by S&S Welding, Inc and is currently being delivered from Nebraska to the team shop in Arkansas.
Charcoal metallic is the official color code of the rig. But, the inside is where the money is made.
The team is prepared with a full mobile race shop. A tire rack, shock dyno stand, roll top part compartments, led lights and a samsung air conditioner highlight the hauler portion of the new rig.
The cab is built for month long trips across the country with cove lighting across the ceiling. It includes a full kitchen with a marble counter, stainless steel Samsung refrigerator, microwave and sink.
A wide living space in the cab is fitted with two couches and a tv. It also comes with multiple sets of cabinets, multiple beds for both crew and driver.
Davenport won five races in 2020, down from 17 wins in 2019. However, the no. 49 team grabbed a massive $50,000 payday in the ‘Intercontinental Classic’ at Eldora Speedway which was a replacement for the postponed World 100.
For 2021, the team is expected to complete full-time on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tour. Their schedule is set to begin on January 21st, 2021 at All-Tech Raceway in Lake City, Florida.
The team also runs regularly with DIRTcar and World of Outlaws Late Model Series events.