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Wallace Makes Last Minute Trip to Batesville; Finishes Fifth

(July 2, 2022) Wendell Wallace snuck over to Batesville Motor Speedway on Friday night, July 1 for a weekly IMCA Modified showdown. Wendell won his heat race from the sixth starting spot and later rolled off from the outside of the fifth row in the $500 to win IMCA Modified feature at the nearby Locust Grove, Arkansas oval. Following an incident early in the main event, Wendell battled back to finish fifth at the checkers behind only victor Spencer Hartwick, Jeff Taylor, Wayne Brooks, and Brint Hartwick! Complete results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Returns to Batesville; Lands on Podium

(June 25, 2022) The Wendell Wallace Autosports team made their way back to Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas on Friday night, June 24. The IMCA Modifieds were in action last night at BMS and a $500 paycheck was up for grabs. Wendell Wallace won his heat race from the sixth starting spot and later rolled off from the inside of the third row in the 15-lap headliner. The Batesville, Arkansas Hall of Famer then picked off a couple of competitors on his way to a strong third place podium effort behind only winner Ashton Wilkey and runner-up Wayne Brooks! Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wallace Finds Batesville Victory Lane for Third Time in 2022!

(June 18, 2022) National Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer Wendell Wallace picked up his third IMCA Modified feature win of the 2022 season on Friday evening, June 17 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas! Wendell won his heat race in preliminary action and later started the 15-lap weekly headliner from the outside of the front row. Wendell then led each and every circuit of the contest to claim the $500 top prize over a top five that included runner-up Jeff Taylor, Wayne Brooks, Jaren Martin, and Ashton Wilkey! Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Back in West Plains Over Memorial Day Weekend

(May 29, 2022) At the track where Wendell Wallace walked away with several 'Show-Me 100' titles over Memorial Day weekend in years past, the Batesville, Arkansas native returned to Legit Speedway Park in West Plains, Missouri on Saturday evening, May 28. The IMCA Modifieds ran for a $1,500 paycheck. Wendell won his heat race in preliminary action prior to starting the A-Main from the inside of the second row. The "Batesville Bullet" then landed inside of the top five during the headliner, as he finished in the fourth spot behind only victor Shawn Walsh, Jeff Taylor, and Drake Findley! Complete results from last night at the former West Plains Motor Speedway can be viewed online at www.legitspeedway.com.


Wallace Sneaks into Batesville Motor Speedway and Lands Second Victory!

(May 14, 2022) After planning to take another weekend off, Wendell Wallace snuck into the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway on Friday night, May 13 and walked away with his second feature win of the 2022 campaign! Wendell won his heat race in preliminary action and later started the weekly 20-lap IMCA Modified feature event from the pole position. The Batesville native then led all twenty circuits around the Locust Grove, Arkansas oval to bag the $500 payday over a top five that included runner-up Roger Witt, Wayne Brooks, Travis Mosley, and John Waugh! Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Captures First Feature Win of 2022 in Arkansas Spring Nationals!

(March 27, 2022) Wendell Wallace claimed his first feature win of the young 2022 racing season on Saturday evening, March 26 in the finale of the annual 'Arkansas Spring Nationals' at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas! Behind the wheel of his #6M IMCA Modified, Wendell won his heat race from the fourth starting spot and later grabbed the point near the halfway mark of the 30-lap feature. At the checkers, the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer had recorded the $1,500 top prize over a top five that consisted of runner-up Rusty Jeffrey, Drake Findley, Brandon Smith, and Jeff Taylor!

Earlier in the tripleheader weekend, which was condensed into only two days due to rain, Wendell competed for two additional $1,500 winner's checks. On Friday night during his season opener, the Batesville, Arkansas native placed third in his heat race, but distributor issues prior to the drop of the green flag in the feature forced him out of the contest. At BMS on Saturday afternoon, Wendell ran second in his heat race prior to knocking down an eighth place performance in the A-Main. Complete results from the 'Arkansas Spring Nationals' weekend can be obtained online by clicking on www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com. (Checkered Chic Photography)


Wallace Finishes Eleventh in Season-Ending Race for Hope 71 at BMS

(September 26, 2021) Wendell Wallace Autosports made their way to Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas from September 22-25 for the lucrative 'Race for Hope 71,' which closed out their 2021 racing season The IMCA Modified special at the nearby dirt oval once again boasted a hefty $50,000 winner's check. Wendell Wallace ran fourth in Thursday's preliminary feature, which locked the Batesville native into the eleventh position for the start of the 71-lap headliner on Saturday evening. He then battled hard for a top ten showing in the 'Race for Hope 71' only to finish eleventh in the final rundown. Complete results from the season finale at BMS can be found online by clicking on www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Rough Racing Surface at Batesville Forces Wallace to Retire Early

(September 18, 2021) Wendell Wallace and his #6m team made the short trek back to Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas on Friday night, September 17. A weekly IMCA Modified program was held and a $500 top prize was up for grabs. Wendell won his heat race in preliminary action, but rough track conditions sidelined him early in the A-Main. With new suspension parts on his car for the upcoming 'Race for Hope 71' at BMS, Wendell opted to save his equipment for the big $50,000 to win event and did not finish last night's weekly A-Main. Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Back in IMCA Modified at Nearby Batesville

(August 28, 2021) For the first time in a few weeks, Wendell Wallace unloaded his potent IMCA Modified on Friday night, August 27 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway. Wendell blitzed past three competitors during heat race action to finish third and later rolled off from the outside of the sixth row in the $500 to win feature event at the Locust Grove, Arkansas facility. Wendell then pitted during a red flag period and returned to the racetrack to salvage a thirteenth place showing. Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wallace Enters Topless 100 Weekend at Batesville Motor Speedway

(August 22, 2021) Wendell Wallace made the short trip to Batesville Motor Speedway on August 19-21 for the 29th edition of the 'Topless 100.' The popular roofless crown jewel event was once again sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and started with a pair of $5,000 to win preliminary races. Following a rain-out on Thursday at the Locust Grove, Arkansas facility, Wendell drove Mike Myers' Capital racecar to a fourth place finish in his heat race on Friday evening before winning his consolation event. He then climbed a couple of spots during the 30-lap sprint to place seventeenth in the final rundown.

When Saturday rolled around at BMS, a record crowd assembled at the track to see who would emerge victorious in the 'Topless 100,' which once again boasted a whopping $40,000 payday. Wendell led early in his B-Main until slipping back to fifth after a mid-race caution period. The "Batesville Bullet" was unfortunately unable to transfer into the 100-lap headliner that was ultimately won by Hudson O'Neal. Complete results from the Batesville biggie can be accessed by pointing your web browser to www.lucasdirt.com.


Poor Track Conditions Cause Wallace to Retire Early at Batesville...

(August 14, 2021) Wendell Wallace and his #6m Open Wheel Modified team returned to the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas on Friday night, August 13. A weekly IMCA Modified show was on tap and a $500 top prize was on the line. With possible rain showers in the forecast, track officials did not put much water on the racetrack and track conditions were not good all evening. Wendell wound up transferring into the main event, but pulled off the dusty surface after only one lap to save his equipment for another day. Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wallace Debuts Super Late Model; Finishes Fifth in I-30 Modified Special

(August 1, 2021) The "Batesville Bullet" Wendell Wallace made his 2021 debut in a Super Late Model on Friday night, July 30 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas. Piloting a Capital racecar for car owner Mike Myers, Wendell qualified sixth fastest overall during COMP Cams Super Dirt Series time trials before running second in his heat race. After starting sixth on the grid in the $3,000 to win feature, Wendell was unfortunately caught up in an early incident, but soldiered on to finish twelfth in the final rundown of the contest.

On Saturday evening, July 31, Wendell unloaded his familiar #6m IMCA Modified at I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Batesville, Arkansas native won his heat race in preliminary action and later placed fifth in the $3,000 to win main event behind only race winner Peyton Taylor, Drake Findley, Timothy Culp, and Dallas Everett. Full results from the doubleheader weekend can be viewed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com and www.i-30speedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Picks Up Second Checkered Flag of 2021 Season!

(July 24, 2021) Wendell Wallace and his #6m team celebrated in victory lane for the second time in 2021 on Friday night, July 23 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway! Wendell won his heat race in preliminary action and later started the 25-lap weekly IMCA Modified headliner from the outside of the fifth row. The Batesville, Arkansas Hall of Famer then streaked to the front and took the lead around the halfway mark in the contest. Wendell led the remainder of the way to pocket the $500 payday ahead of runner-up Rusty Jeffrey, Heath Grizzle, Joe Payne, and John Waugh! Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com. (Jason Brickey Photo)


Wallace Streaks Up to Fourth in Independence Day Weekend Show at BMS

(July 3, 2021) The #6m team was back in competition on Friday evening, July 2 leading into the Independence Day holiday. A weekly IMCA Modified program was held at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway and a $500 paycheck was on the line at the Locust Grove, Arkansas venue. Wendell Wallace won his heat race from the sixth starting spot and later rolled off from the outside of the sixth row in the 25-lap main event. The "Batesville Bullet" then streaked past eight competitors during the contest to land in the fourth finishing position behind only race winner Jeff Taylor, John Waugh, and Brandon Smith! Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Rebounds to Finish Ninth at Batesville Motor Speedway

(June 26, 2021) Wendell Wallace and his #6m team returned to racing action on Friday night, June 25 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway. A $1,500 payday was up for grabs at the Locust Grove, Arkansas oval last evening for the open wheel warriors. Wendell advanced three spots to finish fourth in his heat race and later rolled off from the inside of the sixth row in the IMCA Modified headliner. He was then knocking on the door to the top five early in the distance when he was unfortunately spun out from behind. Wendell then had to rally from the back of the pack to salvage a steady ninth place feature showing. Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wallace Kicks Off Season in Batesville Motor Speedway Victory Lane!

(May 9, 2021) After enduring off-season rotator cuff surgery and the subsequent rehab, Wendell Wallace started his 2021 campaign in winning fashion on Friday, May 7 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in the opening night of the annual 'Bad Boy 98' weekend. Wendell advanced to third in his heat race and later started his season opening feature from the outside of the sixth row. The Batesville, Arkansas ace then streaked past the eleven competitors in front of him and drove off from the talented field to pocket the $750 winner's check! In Saturday's $750 to win 'Bad Boy 98' Open Wheel Modified finale, Wendell was unfortunately caught up in a heat race wreck before passing ten cars in the headliner to salvage an eleventh place showing. Full results from both weekend contests at the Locust Grove, Arkansas oval can be found online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com. (Jason Brickey Photo)


 

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