April 2016 Dirt Late Model

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April 2016 Dirt Late Model

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Keep On Plugging
‘Cadillac’ Jack Sullivan started racing Late Models as a courtesy to long-time friend Wendell Wallace. He has turned that foray into a solid career path. pg. 16

Stretching His Legs
Most Florida racers are more than aware of Kyle Bronson’s prowess behind the wheel. The driver looks to expand his footprint in the future. pg. 22

Catching Up
Writer Josh Effenberger catches up with Steve Casebolt. The veteran racer is working with a new partnership and on finding the balance between family and racing and a continued drive for Victory Lane. pg. 28

The Top 10 Stories from Speed Weeks
Kevin Kovac relays his the top 10 stories from Speed Weeks that saw 18 events at five tracks across Georgia and Florida and featured a grueling 16 straight nights of racing. pg. 34

Double Duty
Wisconsin’s Brad J.J. Mueller continues to tear it up on the short tracks of the upper-Midwest, be they dirt or paved. pg. 44

The Great Scott
David Scott has had much success on the tracks around Pennsylvania in his career, but maybe some of his favorite moments involve the success of his two sons and their accomplishments. pg. 49

TECH: Mark Bush answers more of your tech questions. pg. 54

The National Dirt Late Hall of Fame Corner
Bill Holder reviews ‘Red Clay and Dust’, the evolution of southern dirt racing. pg. 57

Blast from the Past
Lee Ackerman recalls the Midwest Late Model Dirt Track Championships. pg. 58

The Wire pg. 60

New Products pg. 69

Speed Shop pg. 70

Trackside w/Suzanne Talbott pg. 72

Through the Lens pg. 74

Advertiser’s Index pg. 87

Parting View pg. 88

COLUMNS
Mike O’Connor [Editor] pg. 6
Steve Davis pg. 8
Kelley Carlton pg. 10
Ray Beste pg. 12
Steve Halpainy pg. 14