Jimmy Owens of Newport, Tenn., won Monday’s ninth annual Scott Sexton Memorial for a $10,052 payday at 411 Motor Speedway.
Rocket Chassis Winners - May 2021
May Winners: 127
Gregg Satterlee of Indiana, Pa., led the final eight laps Monday at Bedford Speedway to capture the Turk Burket 88 Tribute. Satterlee, who also won the race in 2019, earned $4,000.
Rucker Orr won May 30’s Limited Late Model feature at Rome (Ga.) Speedway.
Garrett Wiles swept the May 30 Super Late Model program at Crystal Motor Speedway.
Outdueling Dave Hess Jr., fourth-starting Max Blair of Centerville, Pa., recorded his 33rd career United Late Model Northern Series victory on Sunday night at Eriez Speedway in the 29-lap Dick Litz Memorial.
Inheriting the lead on lap 16, second-starting Shawn Jett of Pennsboro, W.Va., led the remainder of the 27th annual Topless 50 on Sunday night at Tyler County Speedway to earn $5,000.
Fifth-starting Brandon Sheppard of New Berlin, Ill., raced to his fifth career MARS Racing Series victory on Sunday night at Spoon River Speedway. He earned $5,000.
Inheriting the lead with 11 laps remaining, Tyler Millwood of Kingston, Ga., rolled to his first career Schaeffer’s Spring Nationals victory on Sunday at Rome Speedway. He earned $4,053.
Scott Ward claimed the May 30 Late Model feature at Casino Speedway.
Dustin Brim won the May 30 604 Late Model feature at 311 Motor Speedway.
Cody Holtkamp lead flag-to-flag at Randolph County Raceway on May 30 to claim his first career Late Model victory.
Evan Ellis won May 29’s Crate Late Model feature at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Miss.
Bo Slay won May 29’s Crate Late Model feature at Deep South Speedway in Loxley, Ala.
Matt Hammond won May 29’s Midwest Big 10 Crate Late Model Series event at Fairbury (Ill.) Speedway.
Greg Gokey won May 29’s Super Late Model feature at Thunderbird Raceway in Muskegon, Mich.
Jake Whitehead earned his second Late Model win of the season at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tenn.
Dustin Harris won Saturday night’s Crate Late Model feature at North Alabama Speedway in Tuscumbia.
Rick Duke won the May 29 Crate Racin’ USA Late Model feature at Thunder Valley Speedway.
Joining his father as a winner of the Show-Me 100, a tearful Hudson O’Neal took the lead on lap 68 and ran away to capture the biggest victory of his burgeoning career Saturday night at Lucas Oil Speedway. The 20-year-old sensation beat Brandon Sheppard to the finish line by 1.451 seconds to pocket $30,000 for his first-ever crown jewel triumph.
Rusty Smith won the May 29 DIRTcar Sportsman Late Model feature at Oakshade Raceway.
Pat Doar led all 40 laps Saturday at Rice Lake Speedway for a $2,000 victory and his tour-leading 35th career WISSOTA Challenge Series triumph.
Second-starting Matt Cooper of McKenzie, Tenn., led all but the first lap Saturday at Thunderhill Raceway Park to earn his first career Southern All Star Series victory. The 40-lapper paid Cooper $4,000.
Josh Richards grabbed the lead from Brian Shirley on lap six and raced unchallenged the remainder of the distance to capture Friday night’s 40-lap Tribute to Don and Billie Gibson at Lucas Oil Speedway.
Breaking through for his first-ever full-fender victory, Mike Greseth regained command while racing through lapped traffic late in the distance to capture Thursday night’s 25-lap Northern LateModel Racing Association feature at Grand Rapids Speedway.