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September 2018 Dirt Late Model

TABLE OF CONTENTS

The Wizard’s Return Takes A Turn
After taking time away from the sport, Dave Hess, Jr. seems to have picked up where he left off. pg. 14

Bowtie to the Rescue
Jonathan Davenport and the Double L Motorsports team made an engine brand switch prior to the Silver Dollar Nationals. The resulting combination powered Davenport to the $53,000 pay day after Bobby Pierce suffered heartbreak in the closing laps when his Dunn-Benson #32’s motor laid down. pg. 24

My ‘Lucas Oil Show-Me 100’ Notebook
Kevin Kovac gives his notes and observations from this year’s dramatic Silver Dollar Nationals. pg. 31

Proving He Belongs
Third-generation driver Trever Feathers has shown in recent years that the apple hasn’t fallen far from the tree in the Feathers’ clan. pg. 36

Moving On
Tony Izzo, Jr. has made the transition from driver to promoter over the last several years. It’s been a switch, much like driving, that has seen success and a little controversy. pg. 42

Life In The Other Buffalo
Michigan-to-Iowa transplant Andy Nezworski has put together an impressive racing career, but is still chasing his elusive ‘white whale’; a weekly track championship. pg. 48

Still Going Strong
WISSOTA veteran Tom Corcoran is still going strong and chasing checkers, like he has for nearly 50 years. pg. 55

Blast from the Past
Lee Ackerman looks back at USAC’s ‘Thunder in the Ozarks’. pg. 59

NDLMHoF Corner
Leon Archer’s career is recalled. pg. 64

Trackside w/Suzanne Talbott pg. 66

The Wire pg. 68

Meet the Driver pg. 72

Speed Shop pg. 73

Through the Lens pg. 74

Advertiser’s Index pg. 87

Parting View pg. 88

Columns
Mike O’Connor [Editor] pg. 8
Steve Davis pg. 10
Kelley Carlton pg. 12
Gary Heeman pg. 14