The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season kicked off in grand fashion on Friday night at Golden Isles Speedway with the opening race of the RhinoAg Super Bowl of Racing presented by General Tire.
Hudson O’Neal wasn’t all smiles just because he made his preliminary night A-Main as a Chili Bowl rookie on Thursday.
Kyle Larson didn’t miss the fact that he was the only driver at Monday’s pre-Chili Bowl press conference not to have won a Golden Driller.
Gateway Dirt Nationals preliminary night winner Hudson O’Neal will join the Race Chaser Online crew as they ride into the holiday season with the final episode of Motorsports Madness for the year airing tonight starting at 7 p.m. ET.
Hudson O’Neal capitalized on a stroke of good fortune Friday night inside The Dome at America’s Center, putting himself in the right place at the right time to win the first of two 20-lap preliminary features during the second annual Gateway Dirt Nationals.
If you’d told Hudson O’Neal at the start of the season that he’d finish ninth in points and take home Rookie of the Year honors for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, he’d have smiled, told you it’s a great dream and went right back to turning wrenches on his race car.
Hudson O’Neal has quickly established himself as a future star in dirt late model racing, completing a standout first season with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series by clinching the Lucas Oil Rookie of the Year Award presented by Hot Rod Processing.
Rising dirt late model star Hudson O’Neal and NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour regular Max Zachem will be the featured guests on the 130th episode of the Stock Car Steel/SRI Motorsports show.