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Eckert Fourth in Tripleheader
Opener at Stateline Speedway!
17, 2018) The Paul Crowl Racing team
entered a trio of $10,000 to win World of Outlaws Craftsman Late
Model Series shootouts at Stateline Speedway (Busti, New York),
Ransomville Speedway (Ransomville, New York), and Wayne County Speedway
(Orrville, Ohio) from June 14-16. On Thursday at Stateline, Rick
Eckert won his heat race prior to knocking down a strong fourth
place effort in the 50-lapper behind only winner Brandon Sheppard,
Darrell Bossard, and Mike Marlar. At Ransomville on Friday night,
Rick placed fifth in his heat race before storming past eight competitors
during the 50-lap main event en route to a solid seventh place showing.
In the weekend finale on Saturday evening at Wayne County, "Scrub"
ran fourth in his heat race and twelfth in the 50-lap headliner.
Rick still sits fifth in the latest version of the WOOLMS point
standings exiting the big tripleheader weekend. Full results can
be accessed online at www.woolms.com.
Rick Eckert Suffers
Untimely Flat Tire While Leading at Williams Grove
9, 2018) Rick Eckert and the #7 team
invaded Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania on
Friday night, June 8 for an unsanctioned Super Late Model special,
which paid $3,000 to the winner. Rick stopped the clock third fastest
in his group during the time trial session prior to scoring the
victory in heat race action. After rolling off from the pole position
and leading the first thirteen circuits, Rick unfortunately suffered
an untimely flat left rear tire and subsequently retired from the
race in the thirteenth position. Complete results from last night's
rare Late Model show at Williams Grove can be found online at www.williamsgrove.com.
Eckert Still Fifth in
WOOLMS Points Following Tennessee Two-Step
3, 2018) Next up on the racing calendar
for Paul Crowl Racing was a pair of $10,000 to win World of Outlaws
Craftsman Late Model Series throwdowns in east Tennessee over the
June 1-2 weekend. On Friday night at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour,
Tennessee, Rick Eckert finished third in his loaded heat race prior
to slipping back to eleventh in the 50-lap headliner. At Volunteer
Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tennessee on Saturday evening, Rick grabbed
the fourth transfer spot through his heat race before winding up
sixteenth in the final rundown of the 50-lapper. "Scrub"
still sits fifth in the latest version of the WOOLMS point standings.
Full results from the Volunteer State can be accessed by clicking
Rick Eckert Sweeps Ultimate
Northeast Weekend at Port Royal!!!
28, 2018) Rick Eckert and the Paul
Crowl Racing team notched their first two wins of the 2018 racing
season on May 26-27 in an Ultimate Northeast Super Late Model Series
doubleheader at Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pennsylvania!
On Saturday night in the weekend opener, Rick won his heat race
and later led all thirty circuits in the main event from the outside
of the front row to pocket the $3,000 payday ahead of Gary Stuhler,
Dylan Yoder, Jeff Rine, and Donny Schatz. At Port Royal on Sunday
evening, Rick set Fast Time in qualifying, won his heat race, and
later led all thirty-five laps of the headliner to score the $5,000
windfall over Jeff Rine, Ross Robinson, Kyle Lee, and Donny Schatz.
Full results from the 'Bob Weikert Memorial' can be accessed by
clicking on www.ultimatesupers.com.
(Brian Rhoads Photo)
Eckert a Solid Eighth
in $25,001 to win First in Flight 100
13, 2018) The Paul Crowl Racing team
and driver Rick Eckert were in the pit area at Fayetteville Motor
Speedway in Fayetteville, North Carolina on May 11-12 for the inaugural
running of the 'First in Flight 100.' The World of Outlaws Craftsman
Late Model Series presided over the $25,001 to win contest, which
was held in honor of Mr. Carlton Lamm. In preliminary action on
Friday night, Rick won his heat race and was leading the $2,001
to win "Big C Dash for Cash" when a broken water pump
relegated him to an eighth place finish. After rolling off from
the outside of the fourth row in Saturday's 100-lap affair, Rick
wound up finishing right where he started... in the eighth position.
"Scrub" still sits fifth in the latest version of the
WOOLMS point standings exiting the Tarheel State. Full results from
the big weekend in Fayetteville can be accessed online at www.woolms.com.
Rick Eckert Records
Trio of Top Tens in Southeastern Triple Shot!
6, 2018) The Paul Crowl Racing team
stayed in the Southeast from May 3-5 for a trio of $10,000 to win
World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series showdowns in the states
of Georgia and South Carolina. On Thursday night at Lavonia Speedway
in Lavonia, Georgia, Rick Eckert ran sixth in his heat race prior
to passing ten competitors during the 50-lap feature on his way
to a strong seventh place showing. At Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney,
South Carolina on Friday evening, Rick finished third in his heat
race and eighth in the final rundown of the 50-lapper. In Saturday's
weekend finale on the "gray gumbo" at Senoia Raceway in
Senoia, Georgia, Rick placed second in his heat race before winding
up ninth in the 50-lap main event. "Scrub" still sits
fifth in the latest version of the WOOLMS point standings following
the action-packed weekend. Full results can be accessed online at
Eckert Fifth in WOOLMS
Point Standings Following TN Tipoff Classic
29, 2018) The World of Outlaws Craftsman
Late Model Series took the #7 team to Smoky Mountain Speedway in
Maryville, Tennessee on April 27-28 for the annual running of the
'Tennessee Tipoff Classic,' which featured a pair of $10,000 to
win programs. Rick Eckert placed fourth in his heat race on Friday
night prior to winding up twelfth in the 50-lap feature event. In
the 'Tennessee Tipoff Classic' finale on Saturday evening, Rick
had a very similar night, as he again finished fourth in his heat
race and twelfth in the 50-lapper. "Scrub" now sits fifth
in the latest version of the heated WOOLMS point standings exiting
the Volunteer State of Tennessee. Complete results from Smoky Mountain
can be found online by visiting www.woolms.com.
Rick Eckert Sixth in
Queen City Shootout Opener; Makes Haul to Port Royal
23, 2018) The Paul Crowl Racing team
returned to the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series scene
on April 20-21 in the 'Queen City Shootout' at Whynot Motorsports
Park in Meridian, Mississippi. In Friday's $10,000 to win weekend
opener, Rick Eckert finished fourth in his heat race prior to working
past eight competitors during the 50-lap headliner on his way to
a strong sixth place showing. On Saturday night in the 'Queen City
Shootout' finale, which also boasted a $10,000 payday, Rick also
ran fourth in heat race action, but brought out a lap 18 caution
before winding up thirteenth in the final finishing order of the
A long overnight haul then greeted the #7 team, as
they ventured north to Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pennsylvania
on Sunday, April 22 for a Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showdown.
"Scrub" placed second in his loaded heat race, but eventually
slipped back to thirteenth at the conclusion of the 50-lap contest,
which also paid $10,000 to win. Following the hectic weekend, Rick
finds himself fourth in the latest version of the WOOLMS point standings
heading into next weekend's doubleheader at Smoky Mountain Speedway
in Maryville, Tennessee. Full results can be viewed online at www.woolms.com
Eckert Sees Rain in
Illinois; Ventures to VMS for King of the Commonwealth
15, 2018) After the two-day 'Illini
100' at Farmer City Raceway in Farmer City, Illinois fell victim
to inclement weather on Friday, the #7 team made the long trek to
Virginia Motor Speedway in Jamaica, Virginia for Saturday evening's
$20,000 to win 'King of the Commonwealth.' The Ultimate Super Late
Model Series presided over the single-day mega-event, which drew
a whopping 56 entrants. Rick Eckert laid down the fourth quickest
time in Group A during the qualifying session before running second
in his stacked heat race. "Scrub" then started the 60-lap
headliner from the inside of the fourth row and was running sixth
when he was involved in a skirmish with another competitor on a
lap 19 restart. He later slowed to bring out a lap 36 caution and
returned to the racetrack to salvage a thirteenth place showing.
Complete results from last night at VMS can be obtained online at