SUPER ISSUE November-December 2019 Dirt Monthly

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SUPER ISSUE November-December  2019 Dirt Monthly

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Columns
4 Mike O’Connor (Editor)
6 Kelley Carlton
8 Tim Dolan
10 Cyndi Stiffler
12 Justin Zoch (Editor)
14 Bob Mays
16 Steve Davis

Hot Laps
18 Pit Pass and Industry News
21 Milestone Moments
22 Upcoming Events
24 Local Heroes
26 Gearhead
27 Musings from a Racer
28 Chassis Builder Spotlight
30 Formula for Success
32 My Home Track

Departments
160 In Good Company
166 Ask Mark Tech Tips
170Open Wheel Tech
172The Northeast Dirt
174 The Inside Track
176 Beyond the Dirt
178 Beyond the Spotlight
180 Five Minutes With…
182 Blast From the Past
184 Competition Archives
186 New Products
190 Speedshop
192 Salute to the Shooter
196 Through the Lens
208 Advertiser Index

Features
34
The O.G.
Iowa's Gary Webb is still going strong at age 70 as he continues one of the greatest Hall of Fame careers in history.

38
Grass Roots Racer
Western New York racer Jason Genco is the epitome of a grass roots racer.

46
Getting Back to Good
No matter the kind of season he's having, Jimmy Owens is always good at Knoxville

54
The Greatest
God Bless Jonathan Davenport for winning in the World 100 in a Brewster Baker throwback car.

60
Show Me
Missouri racer Logan Martin is making a name for himself in a Dirt Late Model.

66
Still Going
Now in his early 50s and back to racing close to his York, Pennsylvania home, Rick Eckert is still racing and still winning.


72
Race Camp Part II
The second part of Race Camp through the eyes of those who went camping this summer with KollinHibdon.

80
Reaping
Now on the cusp of 30, Ryan Gustin is a dad and car owner trying to figure out how to keep on reaping the rewards.

86
Always a Contender
Will Krupgrew up around racing and his dad's well known Willy's Carburetor and Dyno Shop.

92
California Dreamin'
Ethan Dotson's became the first Californian to win the IMCA Super Nationals.

98
The Drive of a Lifetime
Chatfield, Minnesota's Jacob Bleess was nobody's favorite to win the 2019 edition of the Fall Jamboree.


106
Dreams Come True
Brent Marks won the biggest race of the year at Williams Grove, his home track.

112
Racesavers in Posseland
A look inside 305 Sprint racing in Central Pennsylvania.

118
A Coach for Kunz
Jay Drake shares his knowledge and expertise with the Keith Kunz team.

124
A Day in the Life
Checking in with the new promotional team at Iowa’s 34 Raceway.

130
Tribute to a Great Owner
Morrie Williams was a huge part of the Golden State scene for three decades

136
A Quick Catchup
We check in with the WoO’s Donny Schatz

142
The Working Man’s Showcase
Eagle Raceway’s IMCA Racesaver Nationals continues to gain fans and prestige.


148
Unforgettable
TJ Inderieden has faced some long odds in his life but he beat them all on a very special night at his home track in Minnesota and bested them all to claim a very special Flagman’s Invitational.

154
The Little Dream
For one night a year, Rice Lake Speedway in Wisconsin gives the Stock Car division top billing and sends the winner home with a much larger than usual winner’s share. This year, for the 25th edition of the Little Dream, someone went home with $25,000!