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September 6, 2020 - Tracy Denby Jr. Grabs RPM Speedway Victory
1Advancing two positions from his inside second row starting spot, Tracy Denby Jr. of Vidor, Texas, won Sunday’s Ronny Sigman Memorial at RPM Speedway. Denby outran sixth-starting Tyler Stevens for a $1,200 victory in the event co-sanctioned by the Southern Touring Late Model Series and the DFW Local Late Model Series.

Feature Finish: 1) Tracy Denby Jr., 2) Tyler Stevens, 3) Beau Begnaud, 4) Bo Day, 5) Kaden Honeycutt, 6) Chase Allen, 7) Bobby McGehee Jr., 8) Cody Leonard, 9) Damian Patocka, 10) Tom Earl, 11) Austin Theiss, 12) Demetrius Carter, 13) Brandon Brzozowski, 14) Billy Meazell, 15) Mark Shipman, 16) Mike Fenton, 17) Ray Allen Kulhanek, 18) Anthony Boatman, 19) Travis Ashley, 20) Kevin Sitton

For complete results from this event, please visit www.RPMDirt.com.


August 1, 2020 - Chase Allen Repeats at Southern Oklahoma Speedway
1Winning his second series race at Southern Oklahoma Speedway, Chase Allen of Midlothian, Texas, snagged the DFW Local Late Model Series victory Saturday night over front-row starters Patrik Daniel and Bo Day. Allen earned $1,000.

Allen’s No. 57s is sponsored by Commercial Diesel Services, Generic Form, Mo Bag’s Suspension Technology and F1S Designs.

A Feature 1 (25 Laps): 1. 1-Chase Allen[4]; 2. 75-Patrik Daniel[1]; 3. 4-Bo Day[2]; 4. 88-John Roan[8]; 5. 30-Nate Dixon[5]; 6. 95-Anthony Boatman[9]; 7. 3-John Somers[7]; 8. 21-Kyle Sweeney[10]; 9. 33-Steven Hawkins[11]; 10. 13-David Moore[13]; 11. 10 4-Adam Popp[3]; 12. 57R-Ranger Shipman[6]; 13. (DNS) 10D-Steven Dutton

Heat 1 (8 Laps): 1. 75-Patrik Daniel[2]; 2. 10 4-Adam Popp[3]; 3. 30-Nate Dixon[5]; 4. 3-John Somers[4]; 5. 95-Anthony Boatman[7]; 6. 33-Steven Hawkins[1]; 7. 13-David Moore[6]

Heat 2 (8 Laps): 1. 4-Bo Day[3]; 2. 1-Chase Allen[4]; 3. 57R-Ranger Shipman[2]; 4. 88-John Roan[1]; 5. 21-Kyle Sweeney[5]; 6. 10D-Steven Dutton[6]


July 25, 2020 - Patrik Daniel Races to Second Local Late Model Series Win
1Polesitter Patrik Daniel raced to his second victory on the first-year DFW Local Late Model Series Saturday night at Devil Bowl's Speedway to earn a $1,500 payday at the east Texas track.

Heat Race Winners: Patrik Daniel, Billy Meazell, and Chase Allen

Feature Finish: 1: 1. 75-Patrik Daniel[1]; 2. 24L-Garren Lindsey[4]; 3. 1-Chase Allen[3]; 4. 24-Sean Jones[7]; 5. 32-Beau Begnaud[11]; 6. ZZX-Sloppy Hogg[5]; 7. 4JR-Boone Evans[6]; 8. 21L-Kelly Lockey[8]; 9. 630-Phillip Smith[14]; 10. 95-Anthony Boatman[10]; 11. 485J-Tony Lindsey[13]; 12. 13-David Moore[12]; 13. 50-Billy Meazell[2]; 14. 57R-Ranger Shipman[9]; 15. (DNS) 00Z-Trey Langley


July 18, 2020 - Bo Day Wins Local Late Models vs. STLMS at HOT Speedway
1Bo Day of Greenville, Texas, held off a hard-charging Beau Begnaud to capture a $1,500 payday in the DFW Local Late Model Series vs. Southern Touring Late Model Series event at Heart O' Texas Speedway on Saturday.

Bo also won his heat race and the Dash for Cash. Other heat race winners: Kaden Honeycutt and Demetrius Carter.

Feature Finish: 1. 4D-Bo Day[1]; 2. 40-Beau Begnaud[10]; 3. 630-Phillip Smith[12]; 4. 57R-Ranger Shipman[4]; 5. 48-Cody Leonard[11]; 6. 14M-Tom Earl III[8]; 7. 47-Tom Earl[7]; 8. 25-"Little" Robbie Starnes[9]; 9. 22T-Tommy Grimes[18]; 10. 44-Demetrius Carter[3]; 11. 95-Anthony Boatman[15]; 12. 82-Jarred Stepanski[16]; 13. 53X-Matt Fox[17]; 14. 57S-Mark Shipman[19]; 15. 12-Brandon Brzozowski[6]; 16. 20-Kevin Sitton[5]; 17. 10-Kaden Honeycutt[2]; 18. 88-Chance Hull[13]; 19. 1B-Brandon Hood[14]; 20. 24-Sean Jones[20]


July 11, 2020 - Chase Allen Rules Local Late Models at Southern Oklahoma
1Second-starting Chase Allen of Midlothian, Texas, raced to his second straight DFW Local Late Model Series victory Saturday night at Southern Oklahoma Speedway, earning $1,000 in topping polesitter Bo Day and fourth-starting Sean Jones at the 3/8-mile oval.

Feature Finish: 1. Chase Allen, 2. Bo Day, 3. Sean Jones, 4. Patrik Daniel, 5. Tom Earl, 6. Kaden Honeycutt, 7. Anthony Boatman, 8. Steven Hawkins, 9. Kyle Sweeney, 10. David Moore, 11. Ranger Shipman, 12. Kody Hardage, 13. Phillip Smith, 14. John Somers


July 1, 2020 - Grayson County Speedway July 4 Event Postponed
1Unfortunately, due to multiple unforseen travel and family obligations, the DFW Local Late Model Series event at Grayson County Speedway on July 4 has been postponed.

June 27, 2020 - Chase Allen Wins Local Late Model Stop at Super Bowl Speedway
1Outrunning Patrik Daniel in the 25-lapper, second-starting Chase Allen of Midlothian, Texas, rolled to the DFW Local Late Model Series win on Saturday night at Superbowl Speedway. Finishing ahead of Daniel and Tom Earl, Allen bagged $1,000.

Feature Finish: 1. Chase Allen, 2. Patrik Daniel, 3. Tom Earl, 4. Landen Zakalowski, 5. Mike Fenton, 6. Anthony Boatman, 7. Bo Day, 8. Billy Meazell, 9. Phillip Smith, 10. Sean Jones


June 22, 2020 - DFW Local Late Models Visit Super Bowl Speedway, June 27
1The DFW Local Late Model Series will return to action on Saturday, June 27 at Super Bowl Speedway in Greenville, Texas.

The event, presented by Buckmeyer Motorsports will pay $1,000-To-Win/ $200-To-Start.

Gates will open 6:00 p.m. followed by the drivers meeting at 7:00 p.m. Racing is set to begin at 8:00 p.m.


June 20, 2020 - Weather Postpones Kennedale Speedway
1Tonight's DFW Local Late Model Series event at Kennedale (Texas) Speedway Park has been rained out.

Series and track officials are exploring all possibilities for a make-up date. Details regarding the rescheduled date will be announced as soon as they are available.

The next event for the DFW Local Late Models will be Saturday, June 27 at Super Bowl Speedway in Greenville, Texas.

Check back often for the latest news.


June 12, 2020 - Patrik Daniel Win Thrills DFW Local Late Models Debut
1Patrik Daniel picked up a thrilling victory in Friday night's DFW Local Late Model Series debut at the Heart O' Texas Speedway in Waco, Texas.

Chase Allen took a early lead with Daniel beating him on a early restart after door to door racing. Little did they know that Sean Jones was closing fast and quickly in the mix. Bo Day an early favorite was relentlessly charging through the field from a deep field starting position as a result from a heat race mishap. Needless to say, it was a stand up and watch both ends of the track type of race. The standout was Beau Begnaud coming up from deep in the line up to a 3rd place finish after a late race mistake that he and Chase Allen capitalized on. <Full Results>


June 8, 2020 - DFW Local Late Models Kick Off 2020 Season on Friday
1The DFW Local Late Model Series will kick off their 2020 season on Friday, June 12 at Heart O' Texas Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas.

The event, presented by Buckmeyer Motorsports will pay $1,000-To-Win/ $200-To-Start.

Gates will open 6:30 p.m. followed by hot laps at 7:45 p.m. Racing is set to begin at 8:00 p.m.


May 22, 2020 - DFW Local Late Models at RPM Speedway May 24 Postponed
1In response to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic that continues to affect the state of Texas, the DFW Local Late Model Series has postponed the event scheduled for Sunday, May 24 RPM Speedway in Crandall, Texas.

Series officials will continue to monitor the situation in coordination with federal, state, local, and public health officials, along with information that is based on guidelines from the CDC.

Updates will be provided on future events as soon as they become available.

May 14, 2020 - May 16 Opener at Devil's Bowl Speedway Canceled
1The season opener for the DFW Local Late Model Series set for Saturday, May 16 has been canceled.

Siting a lack of communication with local officials on clearance to race, as well as an unfavorable weather forecast for Saturday, Speedway officials have been forced to cancel the event.

Speedway and Series officials are working on a possible make-up date. Details will be announced as they become available.

April 10, 2020 - DFW Local Late Model April Events Postponed
1In response to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the DFW Local Late Model Series has postponed events for the month of April.

Series and track officials are evaluating a possible make-up date for the events at Monarch Motor Speedway and Heart O' Texas Speedway. Any updates will be announced as soon as possible.

We apologize for any inconvenience. We will continue to monitor the situation in coordination with federal, state, local, and public health officials, along with information that is based on guidelines from the CDC. Updates will be provided on future events as soon as they become available.

March 20, 2020 - DFW Local Late Model Series Opener Postponed
1Due to state requirements to limit large gatherings during the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, the DFW Local Late Model Series opener set for Friday, March 27 at RPM Speedway has been postponed.

Series and track officials are evaluating a possible make-up date for the event and will release that information as soon as possible.

We apologize for any inconvenience. Updates will be provided on future events as soon as they become available.

January 1, 2020 - DFW Local Late Model Series Announces 2020 Schedule
1The DFW Local Late Model Series has announced a preliminary schedule for the 2020 season. Visit the Schedule page to view it.

The 2020 schedule features 17 events centralized around the Northeast Texas region. The series debut weekend is slated for Friday, March 27 at RPM Speedway (Crandall, Texas), followed by Super Bowl Speedway (Greenville, Texas) on Saturday, March 28.

Each event will pay $1,000-To-Win/ $200-To-Start, along with $65 awarded to each non-qualifier. The series also welcome David Leech Construction as a marketing partner for the 2020 season, providing a "Hard Luck" award at each event.

Check back often as more details on the 2020 season continue to released.

October 23, 2019 - DFW Local Late Model Series Launches New Website
1There's a new kid on the block for 2020 in the Texas Late Model scene. The brand-new DFW Local Late Model Series will give Crate Late Model racers throughout the Lone Star State the opportunity to compete in events, which will pay at least $1,000-To-Win/ $200-To-Start.

The series is operating under the national rules package of Crate Racin' USA (a.k.a Durrence Layne Racing).

Dates are currently being set for the inaugural season. So far Super Bowl Speedway (Greenville, Texas), RPM Speedway (Crandall, Texas) and Heart O' Texas Speedway (Elm Mott, Texas) have all come on board.

The season opener is slated for RPM Speedway with the Ronny Sigman Memorial scheduled as well. The tour looks to host roughly a dozen dates throughout the 2020 campaign.

Check back often as more details are released.