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2018 BUCKEYE LATE MODEL DIRT WEEK CHAMPION TO RECEIVE DIRT TRACK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP PROVISIONAL

Seven race series throughout the Buckeye State features six $3,000 to Win shows and the $5,000 to Win finale.

CARNESVILLE, GA - The Ultimate Mid-Ohio Valley Super Late Model Series continues preparations for the biggest two weeks of racing of the 2018 season. The Beckley, WV based series, in its’ inaugural season, will sanction the 4th annual Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week which starts on Wednesday, July 25th and ends on Saturday, August 4th. Seven events are on tap with each race counting towards the chase for the inaugural Ultimate MOV championship and the 2018 Buckeye LM Dirt Week title.

The premier dirt Super Late Model competitors in the region battle over the last weekend of July and the first weekend in August for over $100,000 in total purse money. Buckeye LM Dirt Week concludes with the champion being presented a Winner’s Belt as the 2018 Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week Champion and in addition to all of the accolades and prize money, the 2018 Buckeye LM Dirt Week Champion will also receive a provisional starting position in the $100,000 to Win 38th annual Dirt Track World Championship for the Lucas Oil Dirt Late Model Series on October 18-19-20th at Portsmouth Raceway Park (OH).

“Robbie Cyrus (Ultimate MOV SLM Series promoter) has done a wonderful job with the series and we definitely wanted to be a part of it by offering a provisional to the Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week Champion,” Explained Carl Short, the promoter of the Dirt Track World Championship. “With the series having the last race at Portsmouth, not only are the teams racing for some good money, but that provisional only adds to the prestige of the entire series and definitely gives the teams something to shoot for in addition to the money for winning the championship.” He added.

Each of the Buckeye LM Dirt Week events will be co-sanctioned by the Ultimate Battle of the Bluegrass Super Late Model Series as both tours will bring together the top drivers from the state of Ohio as well as the neighboring states of Kentucky, West Virginia, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania and more.

Parkersburg, WV standout, Tyler Carpenter comes into the 2018 Buckeye LM Dirt Week as the defending series champion after capturing the 2017 title with his third career Buckeye LM Dirt Week victory. That checkered flag came at Atomic Speedway in the 2017 Series Finale on July 29th, 2017. Jackie Boggs is the all-time career wins leader in the series brief three-year history with four victories. Carpenter is second with three as Devin Moran is next with two. Six other drivers, Duane Chamberlain, Jason Jameson, Jeff Babcock, Doug Drown, Brandon Sheppard and Jared Miley have collected at least one victory apiece as there have been 15 total races held over the first three years of the series.

The week kicks off with six consecutive $3,000 to Win features beginning on Wednesday, July 25th with the series’ first ever appearance at Jackson County Speedway in Jackson, OH. Then on Thursday, July 26th a short 40-minute trip west is next as Atomic Speedway in Waverly, OH hosts the series for the fifth all-time event there, the most of any track in tour history. On Friday, July 27th, the series travels even further west by 80 minutes to Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, OH for the second ever race there before ending the first week on Saturday, July 28th with a 200-mile trip northeast to NAPA Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, OH and the third ever race there at the northern most track on the schedule.

The second week begins on Thursday, August 2nd with the track set to host “to be announced”. Then on Friday, August 3rd, it’s onto Brushcreek Motorsports Complex in Peebles, OH for the next to last race and third ever event for the series there. On Saturday, August 4th, it’s a short 45 minutes trip southeast for the Series Finale, paying $5,000 to Win at Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, OH in the series first ever race at the southern Ohio facility.

For more information about the 4th annual Buckeye Dirt Late Model Week, go to the series website located at: www.buckeyedirtweek.com as well as on all social media networks, including Facebook at “Buckeye Late Model Dirt Week” and on Twitter using the hashtag: #BuckeyeLMDirtWeek

Check out the official website for the ULTIMATE Mid Ohio Valley Super Late Model Series at www.ultimatesupers.com/MOVHome.html , and continue to follow our social media networks on Facebook at ULTIMATE Mid Ohio Valley Super Late Model Series and on Twitter @MOVSupers to get up to the minute news and details as they become available.

The ULTIMATE Mid-Ohio Valley Super Late Model Series would like to recognize their marketing partners for the 2018 season which include: American Racer Tires, Hoosier Race Tires, VP Race Fuels, VP Racing Lubricants, Dave Poske’s Performance Parts, Radical Racegear, MarTel Sign Company, Simpson, Thomas Clarke Performance, Kryptonite Racecars, My Race Pass and Swift Springs.

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