June 2012 Dirt Late Model

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June 2012 Dirt Late Model


Lucky and Good
DLM readers are introduced to Longview, Texas’ Morgan Bagley who put the racing world on notice last season in his first full season behind the wheel of a Dirt Late Model. pg. 20

Racin’ Mason Zeigler
The Pennsylvania teenager looks to expand his presence on the national scene pg. 26

My ‘Commonwealth 100’ Notebook
Al Martin III gives his notes and observations from this year’s Crown Jewel event at VMS, as Scott Bloomquist broke out of his early season slump in a big way. pg. 33

Les Habitant
The Marcoullier name continues its proud Late Model tradition in the state of Michigan with second-generation driver Dona Marcoullier. pg. 42

The Dirtiest Job in the America
Writer Troy Harrison delves deep into the world of the Dirt Late Model tire man. pg. 53

Good Lineage
Colton Flinner continues his family’s racing tradition by making his own mark in the storied history books at PPMS. pg. 57

Mr. Versatile
Ohio’s Jeff Wood shows his diversity behind the wheel bouncing from Modifieds, Late Models to the ranks of Road Racer. pg. 62

Blast from the Past: Lee Ackerman recounts when Earl Baltes declared he was going to pay $100,000-to-win. pg. 65

TECH: Mark Bush discusses three uncommon chassis tuning options that can help you get to the front. pg. 68

The ‘Flyin 50’ Rides Again
Jeff Adams showed his passion for his favorite period in Dirt Late Model racing by resurrecting a car from his childhook. The Larry and Penny Eckrich owned, Tom Hearst driven ‘Flyin 50’ that dominated the Midwest during its prime. pg. 71

The Wire pg. 77

New Products pg. 82

Speed Shop pg. 85

Meet The Driver: Andrew Blackwood pg. 87

Through the Lens pg. 88

Advertisers Index pg. 95

Parting View pg. 96

Mike O’Connor [Editor] pg. 7
Chris Stepan pg. 8
Steve Davis pg. 11
Kelley Carlton pg. 12
Ben Shelton pg. 15
Ray Beste pg. 16
Steve Halpainy pg. 19