Great 9th Place Finish to Open 2014 WoO LM Season; Brady Smith Steers New Rocket Car To Victory

OCALA, FL – Feb. 14, 2014 – Brady Smith loves his new car.

After steering the three-race-old machine to a wire-to-wire victory in Friday night’s caution-free 35-lap World of Outlaws Late Model Series season opener at Bubba Raceway Park, Smith’s decision to join the Rocket Chassis fold in 2014 was vindicated.

“We just couldn’t be happier with the support we’ve been getting (from Rocket Chassis),” Smith said after capturing the milestone 400th WoO LMS A-Main contested since the national tour was reborn in 2004 under the World Racing Group banner. “All those guys over there – (Steve) Baker, Mark (Richards), Cody (Duncan), Matt (Barnes), Josh (Richards) – have been just so helpful. I couldn’t be happier with the effort they’ve been giving me to help us get going here.”


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Tough Night At East Bay For Timmy As Dennis Erb Wins a Wild One

TAMPA, FL (February 13, 2014) – Dennis Erb Jr. earned his first victory of the season on Thursday Night at East Bay Raceway Park.  Erb had a fierce battle all race long and finally overtook Billy Moyer for the lead with seven laps to go in the 38th Annual Winternationals event.  The race was broadcasted live on MAVTV American Real Network. Trailing Erb and Moyer to the checkers were Jimmy Owens, Scott Bloomquist, and Brandon Sheppard.

“It feels great to beat Billy [Moyer] here and get a win for C.J. Rayburn and Rayburn Race Cars. The last few years we’ve really ran well here.  We just got this car at the beginning of January and rushed to get it together to bring it down to Golden Isles and East Bay.  When he [Moyer] started running that high-line through one and two, I thought maybe I had a shot at him,” said the winner in Lucas Oil Victory Lane with his Crew Chief, Heather Lyne.


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Timmy Finishes 15th As Billy Moyer Masters East Bay Tuesday Night

TAMPA, FL (February 11, 2014) – Billy Moyer raced to victory on Tuesday Night at East Bay Raceway Park.  Moyer took the lead from Steve Francis on lap 22 and led the rest of the way in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned East Bay Winternationals.

It was Moyer’s 22nd win at East Bay, which is the most of any Late Model driver in the history of the Winternationals.  Francis finished second, followed by Brandon Sheppard, Eddie Carrier Jr., and Don O’Neal rounded out the top five.

“This car has been good all year,” said Moyer, as he stood next to his new Longhorn Chassis racecar. “It’s been great to be working with the Labonte’s, Earl Pearson Jr., Kevin Rumley, and Matt Langston.  Trying to catch Steve (Francis) was going to be tough after he got off to a good start, but we were eventually able to run him down.”


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