Saturday, 07 December 2019


After the crimson Carolina clay settled back on The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Mat Williamson, from St. Catharines, ON, was crowned the first Canadian driver in history to win the Super DIRTcar Series Championship. Williamson’s second-place finish was enough to relegate seven-time Series Champion Matt Sheppard to second place in the points standings. Gypsum Racing’s Billy Decker won the race, bookending his Super DIRTcar Series season with trips to Victory Lane. The twenty-four-year-old Pierrepont, NY driver Michael Mareca made an impressive run up to the final step on the podium.

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Jimmy Phelps grabbed his first Super DIRTcar Series win of 2019 just in the knick of time. Phelps battled it out with the heavy hitters of Big Block Modified racing to take the checkered flag. Erick Rudolph and Larry Wight rounded out the podium. 

Read more: 11/08/2019 Can-Am World Finals (Friday) The Dirt Track at Charlotte

Defending Series Champion Matt Sheppard’s bucket list just got a little shorter as he took his No. 9S Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modified to the front for an elusive win at Brockville Ontario Speedway. Rival Larry Wight captured the second step of the podium while Mat Williamson finished third. Sheppard has now retaken the Super DIRTcar Series points lead over Williamson, but only by the slightest margins.

Read more: 10/19/2019 Northeast Fall Nationals Brockville Ontario Speedway

Mat Williamson followed up his Thursday 358 Modified Hurricane 100 win at Brewerton Speedway with a repeat at Sunday's NAPA Super DIRT Week main event, the Super DIRTcar Series Billy Whittaker Cars 200. With several Big Block Modified favorites falling out of the race under caution, Williamson became the guy to beat for the second half of the 200-lap Feature. The Ontario native joins Stewart Friesen as the only Canadians to score the $50,000 win.  In an impressive late-race charge on six-time NAPA Super DIRT Week Champion Brett Hearn (in third) and first-timer Anthony Perrego — who led 83 laps during the first half of the race — Tim Fuller took second, with Hearn in third after Perrego ran out of fuel in the final lap.

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Rookie of the Year contender Demetrios Drellos won his first Super DIRTcar Series race at Albany-Saratoga Speedway and it was a big one. Drellos battled back the best in the business in including Matt Sheppard, Larry Wight, Billy Decker, and Mat WIlliamson to pick up $10,000 and a guaranteed start in the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 at NAPA Super DIRT Week XLVIII. Billy Decker crossed the line in second and Mat Williamson had his two-race win streak broken with a third-place finish.

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Mat Williamson made a daring race-winning pass overtaking Billy Dunn and Matt Sheppard to win at Mohawk International Raceway. Williamson went into this weekend without a single Super DIRTcar Series win in 2019 but now he will wake up on Sunday morning with two. The win is worth $10,000 and a guaranteed start in the Billy Whittaker Cars 200 at NAPA Super DIRT Week XLVIII. Billy Dunn maintained second and Matt Sheppard settled for third.

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BREWERTON, NY - September 13, 2019 - Mat Williamson, from St. Catherines, Ontario, can add Demon Slayer to his list of credentials as he won this year’s Duel at the Demon 100 at Brewerton Speedway. Williamson finally put it all together to park the No. 88 Buzz Chew Big Block Modified in Victory Lane in 2019. 

Brewerton Speedway regular Chris Hile picked up his third career top five in Series competition while battling some of the best drivers in the business. Another home track hero and Series star Larry Wight worked his No. 99L around the top and bottom of the track to make a run for the lead but was forced to settle for third.

Read more: 09/13/2019 Duel at the Demon 100 Brewerton Speedway

In what will go down as one of the greatest races in Super DIRTcar Series history, Lightning Larry Wight faced down defending Series Champion and points leader Matt Sheppard as well as his own Gypsum Racing teammate Billy Decker to claim $7,500 and Autodrome Granby glory. The trio of top Series drivers raced wheel-to-wheel for 100 laps, battling for the lead almost non-stop. In the end, Wight won on the topside while Sheppard took the bottom and due to a flat left front tire lost second to Mat Williamson in his fast family-owned No. 6. 

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WEEDSPORT, NY - September 2, 2019 - Super Matt Sheppard beat out Series stars Danny Johnson and Larry Wight in a stunning three-car battle for the win. Once Sheppard got out in front, it was the Sheppard show at the front of the field. The Doctor Danny Johnson finished second but led much of the first half of the race. Johnson and Wight battled wheel-to-wheel in the waning laps, with Johnson edging out the Gypsum Racing No. 99L to put himself on the second step of the podium. Wight crossed the line in third. Read more: 09/02/19 Labor Day Double Play Weedsport Speedway

WEST LEBANON, NY - August 31, 2019 - With just ten laps to go in the 101-lap $25,500-to-win Mr. DIRT Track USA, NAPA Super DIRT Week Qualifier, Kenny Tremont Jr. passed Ronnie Johnson to take the checkered flag. Johnson had led the entire race up to that point, but Tremont was not to be denied the defense of his Mr. DIRT Track USA title. Brett The Jet Hearn started in the outside pole and never left the podium positions finishing third. Read more: 08/31/2019 Mr. DIRT Track USA Lebanon Valley Speedway

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