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NDRL King of Mississippi Nightly Results from Magnolia...

(April 19, 2014) The same engine problems that sidelined Wendell Wallace in the feature last night at "The Mag" caused the Batesville, Arkansas native to scratch from this evening's $12,500 to win NDRL 'King of Mississippi' finale.

(April 18, 2014) The #6m team rolled into Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi tonight for the start of the lucrative 'King of Mississippi' weekend. Wendell Wallace knocked down the fourth quickest lap in Group A during the time trial session and later grabbed the third transfer spot through his stacked heat race. After starting the $7,500 to win National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) main event from the inside of the seventh row, Wendell completed only one circuit in the 40-lapper due to motor issues and was relegated to a disappointing twenty-sixth place effort.


Wendell Wallace Takes Checkers at Batesville; Finishes Third at NEA!

(April 13, 2014) Wendell Wallace Autosports experienced the spoils of victory lane for the first time in 2014 on Friday night, April 11 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas! The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series rolled into Batesville and Wendell Wallace sported the car to beat all night. Wendell won his heat race in preliminary action and later started the 30-lap main event from the outside of the front row. The Batesville native then dominated the caution-free race to collect the $2,000 payday for the flag-to-flag win over Jared Landers, Tommy Surrett, Clay Fisher, and Kyle Beard!

On Saturday evening, April 12, the #6m team followed the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series to the Northeast Arkansas Speedway in Harrisburg, Arkansas for a similar $2,000 to win program. Wendell ran third in heat race action, which lined him up starting from the inside of the fourth row in the 35-lap feature event. The popular driver known as the "Batesville Bullet," who has an all-time series leading eighteen victories to his credit, was able to blast past four competitors during the A-Main en route to a strong third place performance behind only victor Timothy Culp and runner-up Kyle Beard. Complete results from the CCSDS double-dip can be viewed online at www.compdirt.com. (Richardson Photography)


Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Tripleheader Nightly Results...

(April 6, 2014) Tonight's stop for the #6m team at Outlaw Motorsports Park in Muskogee, Oklahoma has been postponed due to impending inclement weather. Officials from the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series hope to find a suitable make-up date for the $10,000 to win program; if not, it will be tentatively rescheduled for 2015.

(April 5, 2014) The Wendell Wallace Autosports team followed the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series trail to Ark-La-Tex Speedway in Vivian, Louisiana for tonight's $10,000 to win showdown. Wendell Wallace timed in eleventh quickest in Group B during the qualifying session, but unfortunately dropped to seventh in his stacked heat race. Following a tenth place effort in his B-Main, Wendell was forced to watch the 50-lap feature event from the grandstands.

(April 4, 2014) Tonight’s Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned 'Southern 50,' which was slated to pay $10,000 to the winner at Jackson Motor Speedway in Jackson, Mississippi, has been postponed. Due to severe storms overnight and earlier this morning leading up to the event, Jackson Motor Speedway and LOLMDS officials were left with no option, except to postpone tonight’s show. The weather forecast for the remainder of the weekend is steadily improving and the series will head to two new venues later this weekend. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series will invade Ark-La-Tex Speedway in Vivian, Louisiana on Saturday, April 5 and Outlaw Motorsports Park in Muskogee, Oklahoma on Sunday, April 6 for a pair of $10,000 to win tilts.


More Mechanical Troubles Halt Wallace in WOOLMS Stop at Little Rock...

(March 30, 2014) The Wendell Wallace Autosports team invaded I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas on Saturday, March 29, as the World of Outlaws Late Model Series roared into town to preside over a $10,000 to win showdown. Wendell Wallace qualified sixth fastest in Group A during time trials and later placed second in his stacked heat race. After redrawing the outside of the front row prior to the 50-lap feature event, Wendell was running in the third spot on lap nine when his belts popped off the motor - causing his #6m machine to smoke heavily. The Batesville, Arkansas ace wound up retiring from the race due to these mechanical woes and was placed twenty-fourth in the final rundown. Full results from last night in Little Rock can be viewed by clicking on www.woolms.com.


Wendell Wallace Suffers Mechanical Woes in Trip to Springfield...

(March 23, 2014) Wendell Wallace and his #6m team ventured to Springfield Raceway in Springfield, Missouri on Saturday evening, March 22 for a MARS DIRTcar Series program. The single-day 'March Madness' show boasted a $3,000 top prize. Wendell started and ran sixth in his heat race, but was leading the B-Main in hopes of transferring into the main event. Unfortunately, a broken driveshaft took Wendell out of action in the consolation race and caused him not to start the A-Main. Full results from the disappointing night at Springfield can be located online at www.marsracingseries.com.


Wallace Unloads Own Equipment for First Time at Ark-La-Tex

(March 15, 2014) The Wendell Wallace Autosports team unloaded their own #6m Barry Wright racecar for the first time in 2014 on Friday night, March 14 at Ark-La-Tex Speedway in Vivian, Louisiana. The 4th Annual 'Pelican 100' was scheduled to be an unsanctioned two-day affair paying $10,000 to the winner, but impending inclement weather caused track officials to condense the weekend into a single night on Friday. Wendell Wallace laid down the second quickest lap overall of the 51 competitors during qualifying and later finished second in his stacked heat race. After rolling off from the outside of the fourth row in the $5,000 to win feature event, the Batesville, Arkansas ace wound up slipping back a few spots during the 50-lapper en route to a fourteenth place performance. Complete results from the weather-shortened 'Pelican 100' can be viewed by clicking on www.arklatexspeedway.net.


Wendell Wallace Kicks Off 2014 Season in Annual Toilet Bowl Classic

(March 9, 2014) Wendell Wallace, of Batesville, Arkansas, kicked off his version of the 2014 racing season on March 7-8 behind the wheel of Steve Lampley's #33 Barry Wright racecar at Clarksville Speedway in Clarksville, Tennessee. The 10th Annual 'Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic' was held in the Volunteer State over the weekend and both shows were co-sanctioned by the MARS DIRTcar Series and UMP DIRTcar Series. On Friday night in the $3,000 to win opener, Wendell ran fifth in his heat race prior to taking the win in his B-Main. The popular driver known as the "Batesville Bullet" then climbed up to eleventh during the course of the shortened 20-lap main event.

At Clarksville on Saturday evening, the 'Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic' wrapped up with a scheduled $5,000 to win program. Wendell finished third in heat race action and was hovering around the top ten in the A-Main when the rain came early in the 40-lapper. As the track became too slick for racing, Wendell pulled up to the top side of the racetrack and was apparently deemed a lap down before the action was finally halted on lap nine. Even though the race was not halfway yet, the decision was made by track and series officials to call it complete and pay half of the scheduled payout. Wendell was officially placed twenty-first in the final rundown last night in the rain-shortened weekend finale. Full results from Clarksville can be found online at www.clarksvillespeedway.com.

 

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