Josh Morton mastered the Monster Mash on October 31 at Montpelier Speedway for his first first Late Model win, which came in his eighth start.
Rocket Chassis Winners - October 2021
October Winners: 36
Geoff Aitken claimed his first-career Late Model win on Saturday night in the second annual Leon Cloninger Memorial at Central Arkansas Motor Speedway. The flag-to-flag win was worth $2,008.
Chad Thrash claimed the biggest win of his career on Saturday night in the Jambalaya 100 finale. He pocketed $10,000 for his winning performance at Pike County Speedway (McComb, Miss.). (Chris McDill image)
Tyler Erb piloted the Best Performance Motorsports No. 1 Super Late Model to the $3,000 win in the opening round of the Jambalaya 100 at Pike County Speedway (McComb, Miss.) on Friday night.
Tim Anderson returned to Victory Lane at Kentucky’s Cedar Ridge Speedway for the first time in 22 years on Saturday night with a Crate Late Model win.
Dennis Erb Jr. won his second-straight Coors Light Fall Classic on Saturday night at Whynot (Miss.) Motorsports Park. The Super Late Model victory was worth $15,000. (Robert Holman image)
Max Blair claimed a $25,000 victory for his Saturday night win in the Viper Risk Management No. 111v Super Late Model in Bedford (Pa.) Speedway’s Keystone Cup. (Rick Neff image)
Jimmy Owens pocketed $26,000 for his Saturday night Crate Racin’ USA victory in the Powell Family Memorial at All-Tech Raceway. (Brian McLeod image)
Josh Rice received a $5,000 check for his Saturday night Super Late Model victory in the Fall 50 at Kentucky’s Florence Speedway. (Ryan Roberts image)
Brian Shirley topped Saturday night’s Lucas Oil Midwest Late Model Racing Association (MLRA) Super Late Model finale at Tri-City Speedway to claim the $7,000 top prize. (Todd Boyd image)
Michael Norris nabbed the $3,000 Zimmer’s United Late Model Series (ULMS) victory in Lernerville Speedway’s Steel City Speedway over the weekend in the Todd Cerenzia owned No. 02 XR1 Rocket Chassis. (Daniel Nelligan image)
Brian Rickman raced to the $3,000 Mississippi State Championship Challenge Series (MSCCS) victory on Saturday night at Columbus (Miss.) Speedway. (Zackary Washington image)
Kyle Hardy recorded a $2,000 winner’s check for topping the RUSH Late Model portion of Lernerville Speedway’s Steel City Stampede. (Daniel Nelligan image)
Shane Hebert topped Saturday night’s $2,500-to-win Crate Late Model affair at The Dirt Track at Texas Motor Speedway.
Mike Spatola scored a $3,000 Super Late Model victory on Saturday night in the Sherrie Hamilton Egan Memorial / Illinois State Championship at Peoria (Ill.) Speedway.
Jimmy Owens pocketed a $20,000 victory for his Tuesday night triumph with the Castrol FloRacing Late Model Night in America at Tennessee’s 411 Motor Speedway.
Frank Heckenast Jr. topped Saturday night’s FALS Frenzy at Fairbury (Ill.) Speedway to record the $15,000 victory, which marked the richest of his career. (Ryan Roberts image)
Andrew Reaume banked a $7,777 winner’s check for his performance on Saturday night at Southern Ontario Speedway.
Rob Mayea claimed his second-career and second Southwest Dirt Racing Association (SWDRA) win of the year on Saturday night with a victory at FK Rod Ends Arizona Speedway.
Kyle Hardy recorded his 31st win of the season on Saturday night in a $3,000-to-win Late Model event at Winchester (Va.) Speedway.
Tim Anderson took his Rocket Chassis Late Model to Victory Lane at Florida’s Southern Raceway on Saturday evening.
Dylan Yoder streaked to the $5,000 victory on Saturday night at Pennsylvania’s Clinton County Speedway.
Tanner Collins collected $2,500 on Friday night for a Crate Racin’ USA Late Model win at Tri-County Speedway (Pollard, Ala.). (Brian McLeod photo)
Steve Casebolt claimed a $3,000 Super Late Model victory on Saturday night at Ohio’s Atomic Speedway.
Completing a weekend sweep of Florence Speedway’s Super Late Model action, Josh Rice won Saturday night’s $5,000 top prize.