Winternationals Results from East Bay Raceway Park
(February 11, 2016)
Another $7,000 top prize was on the line tonight in round four of the 40th edition of the 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida. Martinsville, Indiana ace Don O'Neal unfortunately got into the wall during Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series qualifying and did not record an official time. He then ran sixth in his heat race prior to grabbing the second transfer spot through his B-Main. Don was then involved in a couple of incidents early in the 45-lap headliner, but battled back to salvage an eleventh place showing.

(February 10, 2016) The third leg of the 'Winternationals' took to the track tonight at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida and the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series shootout upped the ante to $7,000 to win. The "Real Deal" Don O'Neal clicked off the eleventh quickest time in Group B during the qualifying session and later ran third in heat race action. Don then blasted past eight competitors during the course of the wild 35-lapper en route to a sterling runner-up effort behind only race winner Jonathan Davenport!

(February 9, 2016) Night two of the 40th Annual 'Winternationals' took place earlier tonight at East Bay (FL) Raceway Park and a $5,000 payday awaited the winner of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series show, which was once again a non-points race. Don O'Neal knocked down the seventh fastest lap in Group B during qualifying prior to nabbing the third transfer spot through his heat race. After starting the 25-lap sprint from the outside of the sixth row, the "Real Deal" was able to work his way up to the eighth finishing position at the Tampa-area facility.

(February 8, 2016) Things kicked off in the 40th edition of the 'Winternationals' tonight at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida. The non-points race for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series boasted a $5,000 windfall. The Clint Bowyer Racing team's opted to forego the show tonight to prepare their equipment for the rest of the week at the "Clay by the Bay."

Super Bowl of Racing Results from Golden Isles Speedway
(February 7, 2016)
The annual running of the Georgia Boot 'Super Bowl of Racing' wrapped up earlier this afternoon at Golden Isles (GA) Speedway with the conclusion of the finale, which boasted a hefty $15,000 winner's check. In preliminary action held last night before Mother Nature intervened, Don O'Neal ran eighth in his loaded heat race and fifth in his B-Main. After receiving a Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series provisional to gain access into today's 60-lapper, Don was able to move up to finish seventeenth in the final finishing order.

(February 6, 2016) Don O'Neal and the Clint Bowyer Racing (CBR) team chose to skip this afternoon's rain-postponed 'Edwin Coggins Memorial' at Golden Isles Speedway in Brunswick, Georgia. The $7,000 to win event was not a points race for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. The regularly scheduled 'Super Bowl of Racing' finale at GIS tonight was rained-out during preliminary action and the final B-Main and the $15,000 to win headliner have been pushed back to Sunday afternoon, February 7.

(February 5, 2016) The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series officially kicked off their 2016 racing season tonight with their first points battle of the year in the Georgia Boot 'Super Bowl of Racing' at Golden Isles (GA) Speedway and a $10,000 top prize was on the line. Don O'Neal knocked down the eleventh quickest time in Group B during qualifying prior to running fifth in his stacked heat race. After grabbing the second transfer spot through his B-Main, Don was a frequent visitor to the hot pit area during the 50-lapper. At the checkers, the Martinsville, Indiana star was credited with a twentieth place effort.

(February 4, 2016) Due to heavy rain, tonight's opener to the Georgia Boot 'Super Bowl of Racing' at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia has been postponed until Saturday afternoon, February 6. The $7,000 to win 'Edwin Coggins Memorial' will start with hot laps at 11:00am and will proceed Saturday evening's weekend finale at GIS, which boasts a $15,000 payday. Things will now kick off in the Peach State on Friday with the regularly scheduled $10,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series shootout. Complete information on the rearrangement of the schedule can be viewed online at www.lucasdirt.com.

Wild West Shootout Nightly Results from USA Raceway
(January 17, 2016) Things wrapped up in the desert tonight with the 'Wild West Shootout' finale at USA (AZ) Raceway. The six-race miniseries in Tucson concluded with a 50-lap throwdown, which boasted a record-high $11,000 payday to the winner. Don O'Neal ran fourth in his stacked heat race prior to taking the victory in his consolation race. After rolling off from the inside of the ninth row in the A-Main, Don was unfortunately forced to retire on lap 27 with a broken radiator mount. The Martinsville, Indiana standout was relegated to a disappointing eighteenth place showing tonight in the Copper State. (Mike Ruefer Photo)

(January 16, 2016) The penultimate event of the 2016 'Wild West Shootout' miniseries was held tonight in front of a huge grandstand crowd at USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona. Don O'Neal advanced up to third in his heat race from the sixth starting spot and later rolled off from the inside of the seventh row in the $5,000 to win headliner. The popular driver known as the "Real Deal" then moved up inside of the top ten throughout the course of the 30-lap feature before eventually bagging a solid tenth place performance.

(January 15, 2016) Race four of the 10th Annual 'Wild West Shootout' took center stage tonight at USA (AZ) Raceway and yet another $5,000 winner's check was up for grabs for the #5 CBR team. Don scooted past seven competitors in his heat race to finish third and later started the 30-lapper from the outside of the front row. The Martinsville, Indiana ace then led all but the 28th circuit during the caution-free affair to score his second victory of the miniseries. Don beat Jonathan Davenport, Brandon Sheppard, Steve Francis, and A.J. Diemel to the checkers to bag the $5,000 payday! (Tom Macht Photo)

(January 13, 2016) Following a couple of days off, the desert heated back up tonight with the third leg of the 'Wild West Shootout' miniseries at USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona. Don O'Neal ran fourth in his loaded heat race, but later scored the victory in his B-Main to gain access into the $5,000 to win main event. Don then picked off four competitors during the 30-lap headliner on his way to a thirteenth place effort.

(January 10, 2016) Round two of the 'Wild West Shootout' miniseries took to the track today at USA (AZ) Raceway and another $5,000 top prize was on the line in the unsanctioned Super Late Model spectacular. Martinsville, Indiana superstar Don O'Neal moved up to fourth in his stacked heat race and later started the 30-lapper from the outside of the third row. The "Real Deal" was then able to improve one spot during the course of the caution-free affair to finish the A-Main in the fifth position behind only victor Jonathan Davenport, Jimmy Mars, Jason Papich, and Garrett Alberson.

(January 9, 2016) The six-race 'Wild West Shootout' miniseries kicked off earlier today at USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona with a $5,000 to win showdown, which served as the season lid lifter for the #5 team. Don O'Neal steered past five competitors during his heat race to finish third, which landed him the outside second row starting spot in the 30-lap main event. During the course of the headliner, Don drove past leader Shane Clanton for the point on lap 15 and never looked back en route to capturing the $5,000 winner's check. Finishing behind his Peak Antifreeze and Motor Oil #5 machine were Steve Francis, Darrell Lanigan, Billy Moyer, and Jonathan Davenport! (Tom Macht Photo)

Clint Bowyer Racing and Don O'Neal to Start 2016 Out West in Tucson!
(January 6, 2016)
Don O'Neal and the #5 CBR team are scheduled to lift the lid on their 2016 campaign this weekend at USA Raceway in Tucson, Arizona. The six-race 'Wild West Shootout' miniseries will be conducted from January 9-17 in the desert and a $5,000 top prize will be on the line each night with the exception of the finale, which will boast an $11,000 winner's check. In addition, the Keyser's Quarter-Million Challenge will put up a bonus of $50,000 for a driver to pick up four wins, a bonus of $100,000 to capture five victories, and a gargantuan $250,000 bonus to sweep all six events. Things will kick off in Tucson on Friday night with an open practice session, followed by the first two shows of the miniseries on Saturday and Sunday. To learn more about the 10th Annual 'Wild West Shootout,' please point your web browser to www.raceusaraceway.com.

 

 

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