August 2015 Dirt Late Model

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August 2015 Dirt Late Model


Headknocker Version 2.0
South Carolina’s Trent Ivey is following his father’s proud tradition as the ‘Little Headknocker’ continues to turn heads in the Southeast Crate scene. pg. 18

Climing the Ladder
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series longtime photographer has taken on a new title, as Series Assistant Director, and the challenges of runing the LOLMDS crew across the country. pg. 24

Answering the Knock of Opportunity
Wisconsin’s Dave Fieber is profiled. pg. 30

Texas Tornado
Tyler Erb is beginning to make a name for himself, and at only 18 years old, the sky is the limit for this Texas racer. pg. 38

Sister’s Kiss Worth $100 Grand
Jonathan Davenport and his K&L Rumley team carried their win streak into Eldora where Scott Bloomquist’s disppointment on the scales transformed into his first Crown Jewel victory. pg. 44

My ‘Dream 100’ Notebook
Kevin Kovak give his notes and observations from the 21st Annual Dream 100 that saw 25lbs. cost $100,000 and a 16-year-old turn heads on one of Dirt Late Models biggest stages. pg. 50

Call It A Career
New York veteran Dick Barton wrapped up his storied career with a record setting win at Stateline Speedway. pg. 58

National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame Corner
Bill Holder introduces readers to the cars of the NDLMHoF and some of the stories behind them in this multi-part series. pg. 64

Blast From the Past: Lee Ackerman looks into the history of the Southern 100 at Southern Ohio Speedway. pg. 66

TECH: Mark Bush answers more of your tech questions. pg. 69

The Wire pg. 72

New Products pg. 75

Meet the Driver: Allen Murray pg. 77

Speed Shop pg. 78

Trackside w/Suzanne Talbott pg. 80

Through the Lens pg. 82

Advertiser’s Index pg. 95

Parting View pg. 96

Mike O’Connor [Editor] pg. 6
Steve Davis pg. 8
Kelley Carlton pg. 10
Gene Murphy pg. 12
Ray Beste pg. 14
Steve Halpainy pg. 16