Three of the nation’s top dirt late model drivers are locked in an unprecedented three-man battle for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series national championship.
Current Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series points leader Josh Richards took the lead on lap 16 and then held off Jared Landers to win the opening night of the 14th annual Lucas Oil Knoxville Late Model Nationals at Knoxville Raceway.
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series points leader Josh Richards took the lead on lap 60 and held off Shannon Babb in a one-lap shootout to win Tuesday night’s St. Louis U-Pic-A-Part 100 at Macon Speedway.
Josh Richards scored his first Tri-City Speedway victory Friday night in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series-sanctioned NAPA Know How 50.
Josh Richards stormed to his second-straight Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win Sunday night at Mansfield Motor Speedway, dominating the series’ inaugural appearance at the recently-converted Ohio dirt track.
Josh Richards took the lead from Davey Johnson on lap five of Tuesday’s 25-lap Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series main event at East Bay Raceway Park and went on to win his second race of the season for Best Performance Motorsports.
Josh Richards kicked off his first full-time season on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series with a bang, winning in just his second race out during Saturday night’s Rhino Ag Super Bowl of Racing presented by General Tire finale at Golden Isles Speedway.
When Josh Richards drew the pole position in the redraw for Friday night’s World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series feature at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, everyone assumed it would be lights out for the driver known as ‘Kid Rocket’.
Josh Richards may have iced his record fourth World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series title simply by signing in at the front gate, but Tim McCreadie proved Thursday that ‘Kid Rocket’ will have a tougher time ending the season on a winning note.
For the first time ever, the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series Championship is all but locked in before the final event of the season, the Bad Boy Off Road World of Outlaws World Finals, which starts this afternoon and runs through Saturday. With a 270-point lead, Josh Richards need only sign in at the event to earn his fourth championship, a mark no full-time driver has ever met in the series. But that won’t stop him from trying to score a win, as he faces yet another challenge before him this weekend: to break the single-season wins record.
Josh Richards roared to the lead on lap 25 and never looked back in winning his second-career Pittsburgher 100 on Saturday night at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway.
Josh Richards pulled away from the field Thursday night, winning the Fulton Bank 50 at Delaware Int’l Speedway by more than four seconds.