LMTS 2019 Independence Flyer

Division set for 35-lap feature at Orange Show Speedway

LAS VEGAS – Reigning Late Model Truck Series champion Mark Allison will take his 2019 season points lead to Orange Show Speedway in San Bernardino, Calif., for a 35-lap feature on Saturday night.

The 2018 points champ heads into this weekend’s race with a five-point lead over Andrew Porter, 117-112, with John Nahoopi six points back in third. Pat Petrie enters Saturday’s event in fifth place, while Bill Black – who won the LMTS season-opener at Havasu 95 Speedway on March 23 – in sixth and Lee Keach holding down seventh place after making his way to the winner’s circle at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on April 20.

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Mark Allison of Las Vegas leads the Late Model Truck Series points standings again this season after taking the series title in 2018.  (Madd Creative Images photo)

 

“We can’t wait to get to San Bernardino for our third race of the season, and it has been an exciting year for the Late Model Truck Series so far,” series co-manager Mike Riefler said. “Gary Wyatt and I have been blown away by the racing in our series in 2019, and the points battle is shaping up nicely. Orange Show Speedway is a great track, and we are thrilled to bring our series to another top-notch quarter-mile.”

This weekend’s race is the third of seven LMTS events scheduled for 2019, and the season will culminate on Championship Night at The Bullring at LVMS on Nov. 23. The LMTS also will visit The Speedway at Willow Springs in Rosamond, Calif., and Havasu 95 Speedway in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., this year.

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The Late Model Truck Series will make its first stop at Orange Show Speedway this Saturday night.  (Photo courtesy of Orange Show Speedway)

 

The region’s truck racing lineage dates back to the Speed Truck Series that originated in 1997 under the American Speed Association (ASA). MechanixWear gloves and Go Fast! energy drinks sponsored the class throughout the years, and the trucks raced at up to 10 different tracks in California, Arizona and Nevada before the ASA disbanded in 2013.

The series trucks feature a full-tube chassis, a 330-horsepower sealed V-8 spec engine and two-speed direct-drive transmission, with a clutch pedal dump valve, coupled to an aluminum quick-change rear end. The trucks sport replica fiberglass bodies of the Chevrolet S-10, Chevrolet Colorado, Dodge Dakota, Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma.

Series partners include the On Wheels Now online radio show – the longest-running motorsports radio show in Las Vegas – Melling Performance Racing, The Bomber Nation, KO Mechanical Services, Gary’s Trailer Repair, Nevada Pic-A-Part, The “Racer’s Rewards” Contingency Connection, Richmond Gear, Campout, ReliableBanner.com and Bearing King AZ.

Remaining 2019 Late Model Truck Series schedule

June 29                 Orange Show Speedway                                    San Bernardino, Calif.
Aug. 31                  The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway    Las Vegas
Oct. 12                   The Speedway at Willow Springs                      Rosamond, Calif.
Nov. 2                     Havasu 95 Speedway                                         Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
Championship Night
Nov. 23                   The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway    Las Vegas

2019 Late Model Truck Series points standings
(Through April 20 races)

  1. Mark Allison 117 points; 2. Andrew Porter 112; 3. John Nahoopi 111; 4. Mike McKearn 94; 5. Pat Petrie 85; 6. Bill Black 67; 7. Lee Keach 65; 8. Matt Daly 59; 9. Aaron McMorran 56; 10. Richard Bogart 50; 11. (tie) Gary Wyatt and Cindy Clark 48; 13. (tie) Kenny Smith and Dow Woerner 46; 15. Sean Davis 45; 16. Mike Riefler 42.

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Veteran driver Lee Keach held off some strong challengers to make his way to the Winner’s Circle at The Bullring at LVMS on Saturday, April 20.  (Madd Creative Images photos)

 

LAS VEGAS – Lee Keach enjoyed some “home cookin’” at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night, winning the Late Model Truck Series race after 35 hard-fought laps.

The Las Vegas veteran driver fought off a number of different challengers throughout the feature at the 3/8-mile paved oval before edging Matt Daly of Minot, N.D., by .853 of a second for the checkered flag. Daly did his best to get around the 63-year-old and his United Nissan-sponsored truck down the stretch, but had to settle for second place.

“We were saving our truck most of the race,” said Keach, who won races in the truck series when it was known as the American Speed Association Truck Series in the late 1990s. “I won in this series years ago, but this is actually my first (Late Model Truck Series) race. I’d like to thank my crew and all my sponsors.”

Andrew Porter of Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., fought his way to a third-place finish, just .913 of a second off the pace, while defending series champion Mark Allison took fourth 1.816 behind Keach. John Nahoopii of Hereford, Ariz., who won the first six-lap heat race earlier in the night, was fifth.

The race was part of The Bullring’s third NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing weekend of the year and was the “Your Insurance Dude Weekend” for the LMTS.

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Lee Keach drove his United Nissan No. 03 truck to the checkered flag at the 3/8-mile paved oval in Las Vegas.

 

“We had a great turnout of talented drivers, and it was great to see a veteran like Lee Keach make his way back to the Winner’s Circle,” LMTS Co-Manager Mike Riefler said. “It was a great race, and Lee really had to earn it against a strong field. Gary Wyatt and I always love bringing the Late Model Truck Series to The Bullring, and we can’t wait to make our debut at Orange Show Speedway on June 29.”

Nahoopii won the heat race by just .091 of a second ahead of Porter, while Sean Davis took the second heat race by .265 of a second ahead of Allison. Ricky Bogart finished sixth in the feature, with defending Bullring Skid Plate Car champion Cindy Clark taking seventh, Dow Woerner coming across eighth and Mike McKearn finishing ninth.

Davis had to settle for 10th place 10 laps down, while a blown right front tire sent Pat Petrie to the pits just 14 laps into the race.

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A host of talented drivers made their way to Las Vegas for the Late Model Truck Series’ second 35-lapper of the year.

 

The region’s truck racing lineage dates back to the Speed Truck Series that originated in 1997 under the American Speed Association (ASA). MechanixWear gloves and Go Fast! energy drinks sponsored the class throughout the years, and the trucks raced at up to 10 different tracks in California, Arizona and Nevada before the ASA disbanded in 2013.

The series trucks feature a full-tube chassis, a 330-horsepower sealed V-8 spec engine and two-speed direct-drive transmission, with a clutch pedal dump valve, coupled to an aluminum quick-change rear end. The trucks sport replica fiberglass bodies of the Chevrolet S-10, Chevrolet Colorado, Dodge Dakota, Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma.

Series partners include the On Wheels Now online radio show – the longest-running motorsports radio show in Las Vegas – Melling Performance Racing, The Bomber Nation, KO Mechanical Services, Gary’s Trailer Repair, Nevada Pic-A-Part, The “Racer’s Rewards” Contingency Connection, Richmond Gear, Campout, ReliableBanner.com and Bearing King AZ.

Results
Late Model Truck Series 35-lap feature
1. Lee Keach; 2. Matt Daly (-.853 of a second); 3. Andrew Porter (-.913); 4. Mark Allison (-1.816); 5. John Nahoopii (-7.405); 6. Ricky Bogart (-9.830); 7. Cindy Clark (-16.265); 8. Dow Woerner (-1 lap); 9. Mike McKearn (-1 lap); 10. Sean Davis (-10 laps); 11. Pat Petrie (-21 laps).

Remaining Late Model Truck Series 2019 schedule

June 29               Orange Show Speedway                                        San Bernardino, Calif.
Aug. 31                The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway        Las Vegas
Oct. 12                 The Speedway at Willow Springs                         Rosamond, Calif.
Nov. 2                   Havasu 95 Speedway                                              Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
Championship Night
Nov. 23                The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway        Las Vegas

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The Late Model Truck Series will make the first of three stops at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on April 20.  (Photo courtesy of LVMS/Jeff Speer)     


LAS VEGAS –
More than a dozen trucks are expected to take the green flag when the Late Model Truck Series heads to The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night.

The regional truck series will be at its home track for a 35-lap feature and a pair of heat races, which will be part of The Bullring’s third NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing weekend of the year. It is the “Your Insurance Dude Weekend” for the LMTS, which now in its second year of operation.

“It’s always fun to run at The Bullring, and Gary Wyatt and I expect a strong field for this weekend’s race,” LMTS Co-Manager Mike Riefler said. “We had a great start to the season at Havasu 95 Speedway in March, and we’re excited for our second of seven events in 2019. It’s going to be a great weekend of racing, and we encourage short track fans to come enjoy some great action in Las Vegas.”

Spectator gates open at 5 p.m. PT, with racing beginning at 7. Saturday’s event will be the first of three LMTS stops at The Bullring in 2019, including Championship Night on Nov. 23.

Las Vegas local Mark Allison is the defending series champion, and other drivers expected to challenge for the checkered flag include Bullring veteran Pat Petrie of Henderson, Nev., and John Nahoopi of Tucson, Ariz., who will be running the full LMTS schedule in 2019. Allison and Petrie will be pulling double duty on Saturday night, as they are also racing in the NASCAR 602 Modifieds feature as well.

 

LMTS LVMS April 2019 RACE FLYER

The region’s truck racing lineage dates back to the Speed Truck Series that originated in 1997 under the American Speed Association (ASA). MechanixWear gloves and Go Fast! energy drinks sponsored the class throughout the years, and the trucks raced at up to 10 different tracks in California, Arizona and Nevada before the ASA disbanded in 2013.

The series trucks feature a full-tube chassis, a 330-horsepower sealed V-8 spec engine and two-speed direct-drive transmission, with a clutch pedal dump valve, coupled to an aluminum quick-change rear end. The trucks sport replica fiberglass bodies of the Chevrolet S-10, Chevrolet Colorado, Dodge Dakota, Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma.

Series partners include the On Wheels Now online radio show – the longest-running motorsports radio show in Las Vegas – Melling Performance Racing, The Bomber Nation, KO Mechanical Services, Gary’s Trailer Repair, Nevada Pic-A-Part, The “Racer’s Rewards” Contingency Connection, Richmond Gear, Campout, ReliableBanner.com, Bearing King AZ and Hear Clear.

Remaining Late Model Truck Series 2019 schedule

April 20          The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway          Las Vegas
June 29          Orange Show Speedway                                           San Bernardino, Calif.
Aug. 31           The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway          Las Vegas
Oct. 12            The Speedway at Willow Springs                            Rosamond, Calif.
Nov. 2             Havasu 95 Speedway                                                 Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
Championship Night
Nov. 23           The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway          Las Vegas

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Phoenix’s Bill Black won the season-opening Late Model Truck Series race at Havasu 95 Speedway in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., on March 23.  (Madd Creative Images photo)

 

Bill Black of Phoenix added his name to the list of Late Model Truck Series race winners at the season-opener at Havasu 95 Speedway on Saturday night.

Black, driving the Empire Cat-sponsored No. 9 black truck, made his way to the front after starting in the rear of the 10-truck field. He edged 2018 LMTS Champion Mark Allison – who also started at the back – by 1.158 seconds to take the checkered flag in the 35-lap race, which was presented by Bearing King.

Aaron McMorran – a four-time track champion at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway – finished third, 3.394 seconds off the pace. John Nahoopii of Tucson, Ariz., and Andrew Porter of Irwindale, Calif., are back for another year of LMTS racing and followed in fourth and fifth, respectively, with Mike McKearn, LMTS co-manager Gary Wyatt, Ken Smith, Pat Petrie and LMTS co-manager Mike Riefler rounding out the top 10.

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Bill Black piloted the No. 9 Empire Cat-sponsored truck to Victory Lane in both the heat race and 35-lap feature on Saturday night. Reigning LMTS Champion Mark Allison was second in the No. 3 truck.  (Madd Creative Images photo)

 

Black won both the heat race and main event, earning him a custom race ear bud from Hear Clear, a LMTS sponsor that makes hearing aids and custom race ear buds. Saturday’s event was the first of two LMTS stops at Havasu 95 Speedway in 2019, with the second set for Nov. 2.

“It was an exciting race, with trucks going three-wide at times,” Riefler said. “All of the drivers and teams put on a great show for the fans, and we always have a great time at Havasu 95 Speedway. This was a great kickoff to our 2019 season, and we can’t wait to run at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on April 20.”

The region’s truck racing lineage dates back to the Speed Truck Series that originated in 1997 under the American Speed Association (ASA). MechanixWear gloves and Go Fast! energy drinks sponsored the class throughout the years, and the trucks raced at up to 10 different tracks in California, Arizona and Nevada before the ASA disbanded in 2013.

The series trucks feature a full-tube chassis, a 330-horsepower sealed V-8 spec engine and two-speed direct-drive transmission, with a clutch pedal dump valve, coupled to an aluminum quick-change rear end. The trucks sport replica fiberglass bodies of the Chevrolet S-10, Chevrolet Colorado, Dodge Dakota, Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma.

Series partners include the On Wheels Now online radio show – the longest-running motorsports radio show in Las Vegas – Melling Performance Racing, The Bomber Nation, KO Mechanical Services, Gary’s Trailer Repair, Nevada Pic-A-Part, The “Racer’s Rewards” Contingency Connection, Richmond Gear, Campout, ReliableBanner.com, Bearing King AZ and Hear Clear.

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Ten trucks took on the Havasu 95 Speedway for the Late Model Truck Series’ 2019 season-opener on Saturday night.  (Madd Creative Images photo)

 

Race results
Havasu 95 Speedway
Saturday, March 23

Late Model Truck Series 35-lap race
1. Bill Black; 2. Mark Allison (-1.158 seconds); 3. Aaron McMorran (-3.394); 4. John Nahoopii (-4.108); 5. Andrew Porter (-4.965); 6. Mike McKearn (-7.923); 7. Gary Wyatt (-1 lap); 8. Ken Smith (-1 lap); 9. Pat Petrie (-2 laps); 10. Mike Riefler (-2 laps).

 

Remaining Late Model Truck Series 2019 schedule

April 20          The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway          Las Vegas
June 29          Orange Show Speedway                                           San Bernardino, Calif.
Aug. 31           The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway          Las Vegas
Oct. 12            The Speedway at Willow Springs                            Rosamond, Calif.
Nov. 2             Havasu 95 Speedway                                                 Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
Championship Night
Nov. 23           The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway          Las Vegas

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Seven-event schedule to begin at Havasu 95 Speedway

The Late Model Truck Series will begin its 2019 season where the 2018 campaign concluded – Havasu 95 Speedway – on Saturday night.

The regional truck series will kick off its second season at the Lake Havasu City, Ariz., quarter-mile track with a 35-lap feature that is part of a five-division night of racing. Andrew Porter won the LMTS’ season-ending race there on Nov. 10, and Mark Allison of Las Vegas is the defending series champion, edging series organizers Gary Wyatt and Mike Riefler for the 2018 title after four competitive races.

Approximately a dozen trucks are expected to run in the season-opening race, which is presented by Bearing King.

“We can’t wait to go racing again at Havasu 95 Speedway, and Gary Wyatt and I think it’s a great place to kick off our 2019 season,” Riefler said. “The 2018 season was a successful one, and we’re looking to keep the momentum going in a big way this year. We expect a great field of trucks and some exciting racing at one of the region’s top tracks!”

Spectator gates open at 4 p.m. PT, with racing beginning at 6. Saturday’s event will be the first of two LMTS stops at Havasu 95 Speedway in 2019, with the second coming on Nov. 2.

Havasu 95 Speedway opened in 1989 and ran for seven years before being closed. Paved and re-opened in March of 1996, the track again closed before 2000. It re-opened in September 2006 under the direction of Bill Rozhon and his family and has been running strong ever since.

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The Late Model Truck Series ended its 2018 season at Havasu 95 Speedway on Nov. 18 and will begin its 2019 campaign there.  (Madd C Images photo)

 

The region’s truck racing lineage dates back to the Speed Truck Series that originated in 1997 under the American Speed Association (ASA). MechanixWear gloves and Go Fast! energy drinks sponsored the class throughout the years, and the trucks raced at up to 10 different tracks in California, Arizona and Nevada before the ASA disbanded in 2013.

The series trucks feature a full-tube chassis, a 330-horsepower sealed V-8 spec engine and two-speed direct-drive transmission, with a clutch pedal dump valve, coupled to an aluminum quick-change rear end. The trucks sport replica fiberglass bodies of the Chevrolet S-10, Chevrolet Colorado, Dodge Dakota, Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma.

Series partners include the On Wheels Now online radio show – the longest-running motorsports radio show in Las Vegas – Melling Performance Racing, The Bomber Nation, KO Mechanical Services, Gary’s Trailer Repair, Nevada Pic-A-Part, The “Racer’s Rewards” Contingency Connection, Richmond Gear, Campout, ReliableBanner.com and Bearing King AZ.

Late Model Truck Series 2019 schedule

March 23           Havasu 95 Speedway                                              Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
April 20             The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway        Las Vegas
June 29              Orange Show Speedway                                         San Bernardino, Calif.
Aug. 31               The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway        Las Vegas
Oct. 12                The Speedway at Willow Springs                          Rosamond, Calif.
Nov. 2                 Havasu 95 Speedway                                               Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
Championship Night
Nov. 23                The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway       Las Vegas

Seven-event schedule to conclude on Nov. 23 in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS – Following a successful return to action in 2018, the Late Model Truck Series is set for a seven-event schedule in 2019.

The regional truck series will kick off its second season at Havasu 95 Speedway in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., on Saturday, March 23, and conclude its 2019 campaign on Championship Night at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Nov. 23. The series will visit The Bullring three times this year, with race nights on April 20 and Aug. 31, while making a second trip to Havasu 95 Speedway on Nov. 2.

The LMTS will make a new stop at Orange Show Speedway in San Bernardino, Calif., on June 29 and return to The Speedway at Willow Springs in Rosamond, Calif., for the second consecutive year with its Oct. 12 date. Mark Allison of Las Vegas is the LMTS’ defending champion, edging series organizers Gary Wyatt and Mike Riefler for the 2018 title after four competitive races.

“Gary Wyatt and I are excited to announce the 2019 Late Model Truck Series schedule, with nearly double the number of dates as we had a year ago,” Riefler said. “We had a great response to the revival of the series last year, and we can’t wait to see the excitement continue to grow in 2019. The LMTS drivers provided some great action in our first season back, and we expect top-notch racing all year long.”

The region’s truck racing lineage dates back to the Speed Truck Series that originated in 1997 under the American Speed Association (ASA). MechanixWear gloves and Go Fast! energy drinks sponsored the class throughout the years, and the trucks raced at up to 10 different tracks in California, Arizona and Nevada before the ASA disbanded in 2013.

The series trucks feature a full-tube chassis, a 330-horsepower sealed V-8 spec engine and two-speed direct-drive transmission, with a clutch pedal dump valve, coupled to an aluminum quick-change rear end. The trucks sport replica fiberglass bodies of the Chevrolet S-10, Chevrolet Colorado, Dodge Dakota, Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma.

Series partners include the On Wheels Now online radio show – the longest-running motorsports radio show in Las Vegas – Melling Performance Racing, The Bomber Nation, KO Mechanical Services, Gary’s Trailer Repair, Nevada Pic-A-Part, The “Racer’s Rewards” Contingency Connection, Richmond Gear, Campout and ReliableBanner.com.

Late Model Truck Series 2019 schedule

March 23            Havasu 95 Speedway                                              Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
April 20              The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway        Las Vegas
June 29               Orange Show Speedway                                        San Bernardino, Calif.
Aug. 31               The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway         Las Vegas
Oct. 12                The Speedway at Willow Springs                          Rosamond, Calif.
Nov. 2                  Havasu 95 Speedway                                              Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
Championship Night
Nov. 23               The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway        Las Vegas

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Mark Allison (center) clinched the 2018 Late Model Truck Series season championship with a third-place finish at Havasu 95 Speedway on Saturday night.  (Madd Creative Images photo)


Porter wins season finale at Havasu 95 Speedway

Mark Allison can now call himself a series champion.

The veteran driver from Las Vegas finished third in the 35-lap Late Model Truck Series season finale at Havasu 95 Speedway in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., on Saturday night to clinch the first-year series’ season title. Allison – who won the Oct. 13 LMTS race at The Speedway at Willow Springs in Rosamond, Calif. – finished the year with 242 points to edge series co-managers Gary Wyatt (218) and Mike Riefler (211) for the season crown.

Andrew Porter took the checkered flag at the 10-truck season finale, with Dennis Arena crossing the line second. John Nahoopii followed Allison in fourth, with Eric Reschke rounding out the top five.

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Andrew Porter won the season-ending Late Model Truck Series race at Havasu 95 Speedway on Saturday night and finished seventh in the season points standings.  (Madd Creative Images photo)

 

The race was the feature of the Salute to Veterans Weekend for the regional series. Allison received product certificate toward Richmond Gear discounts in addition to the payout, and the top five finishers took home The Racer’s Rewards Contingency Connection coupon books with up to $3,000 in race product coupons.

“Congratulations to Mark Allison for his season championship, and Gary Wyatt and I couldn’t be more pleased to have him represent the Late Model Truck Series,” Riefler said. “We had a great season, with four different race winners and great competition, and we’d like to thank all of our sponsors and partners who made it possible. We are looking forward to an even bigger and better 2019.”

Thane Alderman won the series’ season-opener at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Aug. 25, with Dustin Ash taking the checkered there on Sept. 22. Reschke finished fourth in points with 166, with Mike McKearn claiming fifth place with 109.

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The Late Model Truck Series completed a successful return to action in 2018, closing the season with 10 entries at Havasu 95 Speedway on Nov. 10.  (Madd Creative Images photo)

 

The region’s truck racing lineage dates back to the Speed Truck Series that originated in 1997 under the American Speed Association (ASA). MechanixWear gloves and Go Fast! energy drinks sponsored the class throughout the years, and the trucks raced at up to 10 different tracks in California, Arizona and Nevada before the ASA disbanded in 2013.

The series trucks feature a full-tube chassis, a 330-horsepower sealed V-8 spec engine and two-speed direct-drive transmission, with a clutch pedal dump valve, coupled to an aluminum quick-change rear end. The trucks sport replica fiberglass bodies of the Chevrolet S-10, Chevrolet Colorado, Dodge Dakota, Ford Ranger and Toyota Tacoma.

Series partners include the On Wheels Now online radio show – the longest-running motorsports radio show in Las Vegas – Melling Performance RacingThe Bomber NationKO Mechanical ServicesGary’s Trailer RepairNevada Pic-A-PartThe “Racer’s Rewards” Contingency ConnectionRichmond GearCampout and ReliableBanner.com.

Final 2018 Late Model Truck Series points standings

1. Mark Allison 242 points; 2. Gary Wyatt 218; 3. Mike Riefler 211; 4. Eric Reschke 166; 5. Mike McKearn 109; 6. Arlie Daniels 100; 7. Andrew Porter 75; 8. Dustin Ash 72; 9. Thane Alderman 67; 10. Bob Santa Maria 63; 11. Dennis Arena 62; 12. John Nahoopii 57; 13. Kenny Smith 50; 14. Jennifer Hall 44; 15. (tie) Adam Jeffrey and Pat Petrie 1.

Late Model Truck Series results
Havasu 95 Speedway, Lake Havasu City, Ariz.
Saturday, Nov. 10

35-lap feature
1. Andrew Porter; 2. Dennis Arena; 3. Mark Allison; 4. John Nahoopii; 5. Eric Reschke; 6. Kenny Smith; 7. Mike McKearn; 8. Gary Wyatt; 9. Jennifer Hall; 10. Mike Riefler.