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Winston, Missouri (October 7, 2017) - Aaron Marrant of Richmond, Missouri captured his fifth ULMA victory of the year last weekend at I-35 Speedway in Winston, Missouri. Marrant’s victory also secured the overall Lucas Cattle Company ULMA Championship title. 

On Saturday at I-35 Speedway, Marrant and Tommy Cordray were heat race winners during the night in which 12 drivers competed during the final race of the season. As it turned out, Marrant and Cordray also ran first and second in the A-main event. Behind the two leaders at the finish were Dustin Hodges, Cody Holtkamp, Jon Binning, Michael Leal, Colten Leal, Greg Truelove, John Willard III, Clint Nimmo, Bobby Penney, and Dylan Hoover. 

Eldon, Missouri (September 23, 2017) - Justin Russell of Henley, Missouri captured his first 2017 ULMA Late Model win last Saturday at Lake Ozark Speedway. Nineteen drivers signed in for competition as the Lucas Cattle Company 2017 nears completion. The victory marked Russell’s fourth-career ULMA win and first since April of 2015 at Lucas Oil Speedway, where he was Track Champion that season.

September 6, 2017 - There are just four races left in the regular championship season for Lucas Cattle Company Late Model drivers after last weekend’s events. Chris Smyser grabbed his second victory of the season and first at Lake Ozark Speedway on Saturday. Then, on Sunday, Johnny Fennewald captured his fourth main-event win of the year and first-ever win at Central Missouri Speedway (CMS) on Sunday.

September 13, 2017 - There are just a handful of events left to determine the 2017 ULMA championship and last weekend defending ULMA Champion Dustin Hodges and former two-time ULMA Champion, Jason Russell, scored victories at Lake Ozark Speedway in Eldon, Missouri, during a special segmented event.

August 29, 2017 - Veteran racer Shane Essary collected his first-ever ULMA Late Model victory last Saturday night at Lucas Oil Speedway during the track’s final night of their regular weekly racing series. Essary, from Aurora, Missouri, dominated the field for all 20 laps of the race. Essary was well in control of the event until the final portion of the race; however, track championship challenger Johnny Fennewald of Appleton City pressured Essary for the lead during the race’s late-stage caution flag restarts; however, Essary persevered and kept all challengers behind him for the victory. Fennewald finished second followed by Aaron Marrant, Dustin Walker and Tommy Cordray. Heat race wins went to Fennewald, Marrant, and Essary.