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ASA Midwest Tour – Tim Olson, Steve Einhaus and Mike Lemke met with race teams the day after the ASA Midwest Tour’s Championship Banquet at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, WI. The meeting was an opportunity for the three to share their plans for the 2008 season.

The biggest item to come from the meeting was the announcement of the minimum payoff at each 2008 ASAMT event. Each event will have a feature starting pay of $600 and $3,000 to win. Last year, it was $500 to start and $2,500 to win.
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ACT Late Models – Champion stock car driver Nick Sweet has filed an entry for the 2008 American-Canadian Tour (ACT) season.  Sweet, 23, won the NAPA Tiger Sportsman championship at Thunder Road Int’l Speedbowl in his hometown of Barre, VT in 2007, and has purchased a potent Late Model car built by Richard Moody Racing of Maine and formerly driven by Ben Rowe.  Sweet will contest the full 12-race ACT Late Model Tour schedule as a rookie, with support from Saint J Auto Group in St. Johnsbury, VT.
Allard, a four-time champion of the former Série ADL Tobacco, drove the #48 Larue Industrial Snow Blowers Chevrolet to fifth place in Série ACT Castrol standings in 2007.  His top result, third place, came in La Québécoise 250 at Autodrome Montmagny.  Allard also finished among the top-five at two other events, had a total of six top-tens, and was in the thick of the championship point battle throughout the season.

Driving the #9 FDL Habitations Ford, Bédard finished ninth overall in Série ACT Castrol point standings. 
His best effort, also a third-place finish, came at the PRO-FAB 100 at Autodrome Chaudière in Vallée-Jct., QC in August.  He was also in the top-ten a total of six times.  Bédard is an ACT veteran of more than 25 years.

As a rookie in 2007, Durand’s best finish was also at the PRO-FAB 100, in 12th place.  He drove the #30 Arctic Cat/Pro Performance GPL Pontiac to 18th place in championship points and fourth in the Rookie of the Year standings.
“I can’t wait to see what Nick Sweet will accomplish on the American-Canadian Tour,” said ACT President Tom Curley.  “He has shown tremendous potential, and he has great role models to learn from in Scott Payea, Jamie Fisher, Roger Brown, and many other drivers that have come through our system.  They started in the Street Stocks and Sportsmen and have become very successful Late Model racers.”

Sweet will make his ACT Late Model Tour debut at Lee USA Speedway, a 3/8-mile oval on the New Hampshire seacoast, when the season begins on Sunday, April 20.  Jean-Paul Cyr of Milton, VT is expected to begin defense of his fifth consecutive ACT championship alongside top contenders Brent Dragon, Randy Potter, Joey Polewarczyk, and Donald Theetge.

ACT Quebec Series – Three Québec stock car racers have filed the first full-season entries for the American- Canadian Tour’s 2008 Série ACT Castrol, a Late Model series with events in Québec and Ontario.  Veterans Karl Allard of St-Félicien and Yvon Bédard of St-Nicolas, along with sophomore competitor Stéphane Durand of Québec, are the first to have committed to the nine-race schedule.
ISCARS Dash Series – Much of the 2008 ISCARS Dash Series schedule has been decided upon and is available on the ISCARS website.


Georgia Asphalt Series – The GAS Series kicks off the 2008 Season on Saturday, March 29th at Peach State Speedway in Jefferson, Georgia, Home of the World Crown.

Goodyear Challenge Series - The recent running of the FASCAR Goodyear Challenge Late Model 100 was all about a man on a mission.  After a series of disappointments this season erased his chances for the championship, Daniel Keene, Jr. suited up at Orlando SpeedWorld with one goal: to show everyone a preview of coming attractions for next year.

Keene, Jr. powered past polesitter Justin Larson on lap 35 and cruised his way to his third victory in the Goodyear Challenge Series in 2007. 


Late Models –  The fastest quarter-mile asphalt racetrack in the world is back in business in Middle Tennessee.

Riverview Speedway, located about 45-minutes southeast of Nashville, just off I-40 in Carthage, Tennessee, is scheduled to kick off its 2008 season with a practice and media day March 1st.
“With the great support of our sponsors, car counts and fan attendance at each of our events, the decision to increase the purse was an easy one to make,” Einhaus stated. “It was one of our 2008 goals. We have got to find every way that we can to get some money in the racers hands at each event. Purse is the first thing the drivers look at and this will be an added incentive for those that are interested in attending one of our races.”

The two hour meeting outlined everything from registration to tech inspection. The teams also got to hear a few words from representatives of Kwik Trip Stores Inc., Echo Outdoor Power Equipment, and SCAG Power Equipment. At the conclusion of the meeting all registered drivers were presented with a special gift bag courtesy of SCAG.

ASAMT Advisor, Carl Schultz, put on his Five Star Race Car Bodies co-owner hat, and reviewed the templates and body rules for 2008.
know what to do with their cars from the beginning to the end of the season. We definitely want Riverview to be the fastest, friendliest and funniest track anywhere. We also plan on making the facilities totally fan friendly with several improvements.”
Reactions from local racers and fans have been very positive, according to the new owners.

“We have had a lot of very positive phone calls from racers and fans telling us how excited they are that the world’s fastest quarter-mile is back in business.”

Hall said he and his brother, Arty, are fully aware that a lot of work has to be done to be ready for an early March opening.

“We are working on the facility and we are working on rules and divisional plans,” he commented. “A January 19th rule meeting is geared toward letting the racers have input toward formulating the rules. We feel that it is important to get everyone reading from the same rulebook so there aren’t any surprises during the season. We welcome suggestions from racers and fans.”

The Hall brothers have been involved in racing from a driver and car owner position for several years and feel they understand drivers and how they view and appreciate fair play from promoters.

Late Model Stock Cars – ASA sanctioned Franklin County Speedway will hold their first open practice, weather permitting, on Saturday March 1st 2008.

Drivers, crews and fans will notice new upgrades to the facility when they arrive. New safety cables are being installed along the catch fence around the race track. Repairs to the concrete stands are also underway and the entrance road to the speedway will also be repaired.

Franklin County Speedway is entering its inaugural season as an ASA Level I Member Track. The exposure a national sanctioning body like ASA brings should entice competitors and sponsors to support Franklin County Speedway in 2008.

Pro-Line Trailer Sales Late Model Stock Cars, Berglund Automotive Street Stocks, Alan Mullins Pre-Owned UCARS, PMZ Group Mod 4 and Sleep Safe Beds Super Mini Cups will be regular competing divisions at FCS in 2008 and will be welcomed at the first practice.

Northwest Pro 4 Alliance – 2007 NWLM4 Champion, Jeff Smyth, will bring his championship style of racing to the Northwest Pro4 Alliance in 2008 and car owner Mark Jones is ready to show the Alliance regulars they can run with the best.

Due to work related issues in 2007 Smyth and Jones did not run any Alliance shows but have committed to the entire Summer Of Excitement Series for 2008

Smyth will have plenty of competition this year in the series. 

Spokane, WA driver Kameron Mckeehan #41 will defend his 2007 title in a brand
new 3k Chassis.  Just entering the Alliance on a full time basis in 2008 will be 2 time
(07&08) Meridian Speedway ID champ Kale Freedman #55. 

Tacoma, WA hot shoe Wayne Dillon #5 will be back after winning his second
championship in the Foreign Stock Car Racing Assoc. (FSCRA) last season and will
give Mckeehan a run for his money.

PASS Outlaw Late Models – The 2008 PASS Outlaw Series will kick off on May 3rd at
Maine’s Speedway 95.

PASS North SLM – PASS North competitors Cassius Clark, Ben Rowe, Travis Benjamin and Derek Ramstrom are all planning to take part in the four-race PASS National Championship Series this season.

PASS South SLM –  Historically  the Pro All Stars Series (PASS) has offered up some  of the best pay offs for super late model racers in the southeast, and  the series’ expanded fourteen race 2008 schedule is dotted with extra distance, big purse events.

While all PASS South 150 lap events pay a minimum of   $5,000.00 to win and $500.00 to start, three extra distance races will see the winner’s share double to $10,000.00.

The July 18-19 PASS South weekend at Rougemont North Carolinas’ beautiful Orange County Speedway is set for 200 laps, and the victor will head home from the high banked 3/8th mile speedway $10,000.00 richer. A total purse of over $48,000 will be up for grabs for the 32 car starting field. The Orange County 200 is the second leg of the four - race PASS National Championship Series, and race fans will see the top guns from both PASS Super Late Model series on hand for this big event.
The full racing schedule for the season will be announced in the next few weeks according to new owners Bo and Arty Hall.

The track that earned the nickname “Little Bristol” because of the blazing fast speeds and ultra fast lap times that result from the extremely high-banked turns has been closed for the past two racing seasons.

“We are extremely happy to have the opportunity to reopen this great racing facility,” Bo Hall said. “We have been working on the deal for quite a while and couldn’t be more pleased to have finally put it together in time for the 2008 season.”

Hall said plans currently call for nine divisions to compete, headed by Late Model and Outlaw Sportsman Divisions. Several upgrades are being made to the facility including the grandstand suite area that will be available for groups and businesses.

“We think we’ll have something for everyone,” he said. “We fully intend on making this track racer friendly by providing a stable and fair rules package that will allow drivers to
“As a rookie, I can’t ask for a better situation that the one I’m in right now,” he said.  “My father, Shayne, and my crew are taking a big chance on me this year, and Saint J Auto is taking a big chance, too.  We’ll learn a lot and we’ll definitely give our best effort.”

Sweet has been a quick study, taking 13 victories at five northeastern tracks in ACT’s NAPA Tiger Sportsman and Allen Lumber Street Stock divisions.  He won Rookie of the Year titles in both classes, was the recipient of the Dr. G. R. Nielsen Rookie Achievement Award in 2003, and was recently voted by members of the regional media as one of the top three drivers in competition in 2007.

“People may expect us to do well because of our past success,” said Sweet.  “That’s okay, but I can’t promise results.  We haven’t set goals yet, we just want to learn and become competitive.  Ben Rowe and Richard Moody have offered their advice, and that will help.  I’m just going be like a sponge, soaking up all the knowledge and seat time that I can.  Racing with ACT is so tough and unpredictable, we could end up not qualifying for a single race, or we could win a few.  We’re just going to see what happens.”
Jeremy Miller's #5 from the 2007 season.  (ASA LM Photo)
The 2008 Série ACT Castrol opens at Autodrome St-Eustache near Montréal on Sunday, May 18.  Autodrome Montmagny will host two events, on May 31 and August 23.  Autodrome Chaudière also has two championship events, on June 14 and August 16, as well as the first-ever “ACT Showdown at Chaudière” – a special 200-lap, $5,000-to-win all-star invitational for the Top 10 Série ACT Castrol drivers and the Top 10 ACT Late Model Tour drivers.

Autodrome St-Félicien returns to the schedule with an event on July 5, while Capital City Speedway in Ottawa, ON hosts the Série ACT Castrol on August 9.  Autodrome St-Eustache will hold two more events, on July 26, and the season-ending St-Eustache 300 on Sunday, Sept. 21.

ARCA Trucks – Bill Withers is the 2007 ARCA Lincoln Welders Truck Series champion.

ASA Late Model Challenge Series – The ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts 2008 racing season is fast approaching as the cars and stars of "America's Premiere Short Track Series" are all busy preparing for each respective 2008 season opener.

Up first will be the ASALMS Challenge Division who will officially kick off the 2008 racing season with the Rumble in the Hills / North Carolina 200 on Friday and Saturday March 14-15, 2008 at the 0.410 Mile Semi-Banked Paved Oval of the Tri-County (NC) Motor Speedway, located just 15 miles Northwest of Hickory in Hudson, North Carolina.

Joining the ASALMS Challenge Division for the 2008 Season Opener will be Tri-County Support Divisions "To Be Announced". The Rumble in the Hills / North Carolina 200 Entry Form will be available beginning on Wednesday February 27, 2008.

"I'm really excited and anxious to officially kick off our 2008 Racing Season in the hotbed of all racing in the United States; North Carolina." ASALMS Co-Founder/President, Ron Varney said. "The ASALMS Challenge Division is our crown jewel of all of our divisions and I look for big things to come out of this season for the Challenge Division drivers." He added.

"We are very excited about having the ASA Late Model Series come out and race here at Tri-County Motor Speedway." Added Joe Lewandoski, General Manager of the Hudson, North Carolina facility. "The 2008 Season Opener for the Challenge Division will be a great race and we're certainly honored to kick off the year for them." He added.

ASA Late Model North Series – JJ Motorsports is pleased to announce their decision to join the ASA Late Model Series Northern Division for the 2008 racing season.
2007 Big 8 Limited Late Model Series Champion, Jeremy Miller of Rockton, Illinois who has proven himself on the short tracks throughout the Midwest with many coveted wins, will be behind the wheel of the #32 Ford Fusion and looks forward to the new challenge that the ASALMS offers;

"Our plans is to run for both the Rookie of the Year title as well as the Championship." Stated Joe Wood, Co-Owner of JJ Motorsports. Wood, along-with partner, Jason Schuler formed the team in 2006 and have provided quality rides to such drivers as; Matt Kenseth, Tony Stewart, Brian Hoppe, Ross Kenseth, as well as Miller himself who ran the Madison Late Model Series for JJ Motorsports in 2007.

Wisconsin based JJ Motorsports is the official race team for Pathfinder Chassis the manufacturer of Pathfinder brand chassis and components as well as retailer for race parts and home of Dyno Mite Shock Service, which specializes in Penske Racing Shocks.
The ASA Midwest Tour
PASS South will return to South Boston in 2008 after not racing there this past season.
Travis Dassow - the 2007 ASA Late Model Challenge Series champion.  (Chuck Gonzales / ASA LM Photo)
Olson, Einhaus and Lemke opened the floor and listened to many suggestions and comments from the race teams. “They are the reason we had a successful season,” Olson stated. “We value their thoughts and we have always emphasized that the ASAMT has an open door policy to their thoughts and suggestions. We have always encouraged for our teams to share their thoughts to us. It can only make us a better series.”

One area that was discussed was in the area of tires. Olson and Einhaus both voiced their concerns over the cost of the tires and are working on a way to control tire costs to keep the cost of racing down and give the lower funded teams an equal opportunity to the upper funded teams.

“I would really like to find a way to where we can prevent teams from buying more than two sets of tires per event,” Olson stated. “I find no reason that a team needs to buy two or three sets to practice on. We are going to allow each team to use only one set of tires for practice. The overall goal is to discontinue teams attempting mock time trial runs during practice. We realize that qualifying into our events is important, but all teams should have the same opportunity to qualify in, we don’t want money to dictate that.”

Also discussed was new and innovative ways to stream line registrations on race day, including the accessibility of teams to use credit cards at the events.

Einhaus then went over the importance of the decal and patch requirements on the cars and driver uniforms. He did state that fines and penalties would be handed down if those decals and logos did not appear on the car or uniform. He also stated that the driver’s last name will also be mandatory on the rocker panels on each side of the cars. They will have a vinyl machine on site to make those if teams need that.

Also it was announced that 12 of the 14 events on the 2008 schedule will be one-day events. The only exceptions are the July 20th Newton, IA event and the Oktoberfest Race Weekend in La Crosse on Oktober 5th.

A reminder was also given to the teams about the seven day test rule that will be in effect in 2008. No competitors will be allowed to test within seven days of an event at that track. Unless, the track the ASAMT will be visiting holds an actual race night and allows competitors to race on that evening.

ASA Northwest Tour – BJ Tidrick was the 2007 ASA Aero Exhaust Northwest Tour Champion.

ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour – The ASA Southeast Series will debut on March 22nd at Mobile International Speedway (AL).

Big 8 – Jeremy Miller is the 2007 Big 8 Series champion.

Blizzard SLM Series – Augie Grill won the 40th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway in Pensacola, Florida.  Speed51.com was on hand all week long.


Carquest Maritime Pro Stock Tour – Dave Currie, former tech inspector with the CARQUEST Pro Stock Tour and long time Scotia Speedworld Hobby Stock competitor, passed away January 29, 2008.

CRA Super Series – Hartsville, Tennessee native Zach Taylor has signed on with the Great Deals Racing team to driver their #32 CRA Super Series late model for the 2008 season. Taylor will be competing for Rookie Of The Year honors and for the 2008 Season Championship.

Great Deals Racing owner Jim Mougeotte, President of Great Deals Coupon Magazine and Mougeotte Publishing, received over 50 resumes for his Driver Development Team, Taylor was selected mainly because of his success in several limited starts with the CRA Super Series during the 2006 season.
"I was truly amazed at the number of applicants I had for our Driver Development Team," remarked Mougeotte. "There were some very good racers, it was a tough decision, but in the end Zach's name rose to the top as the best candidate. We look forward to the 2008 season with Zach starting out in Nashville, which is just down the road from his home town."

Taylor competed in a limited schedule with the CRA Super Series during the 2006 season with Circle Bound Racing. Taylor started off the 2006 season by winning the Non-qualifiers event at the Spring Clash in Nashville. He then grabbed everyone's attention by coming to Winchester Speedway for the first time ever and getting a very respectable fourth place finish. He backed that up with a sixth place finish at the series Baer Field Speedway event. Taylor's team then went through a string of bad luck that kept him from finishing any races the rest of the season.

The Great Deals Racing #32 Chevrolet ran selected CRA Super Series events in 2007 with Bret Miles Jr. behind the wheel, getting a season best second place finish at Anderson Speedway in June. Miles Jr. left the team at the end of the 2007 season. Taylor's teammate will be veteran series competitor Rick Turner in the #26 Great Deals Racing Ford. Turner finished fourth in series points in 2007 with a season high finish of third, right behind the #32 team car at the June Anderson event.
Sweet's 2007 Championship-winning NAPA Tiger Sportsman car on the Thunder Road highbanks.  (Dave Heath Photo)
Zach Taylor  (Zach Taylor Racing Photo)
Riverview Raceway.
Although it’s not a part of the PASS South championship chase, you can expect a number of PASS South teams to make the drive up Interstate 95 for the PASS 400 weekend at Scarborough Maine’s Beech Ridge Motor Speedway on September 20th and 21st. Already a well established event on the PASS North schedule, the 300 lap Super late Model race is stop number three for  the PASS National Championship Series and  a tough contingent of PASS South teams are expected to challenge the North series racers on their home turf. Again, it’s a $10,000 check for the winner and the purse will crack the $50,000.00 mark in cash and contingency awards It’s a can’t miss weekend for race fans with the PASS Super Late Models, Outlaws, Mods and Sportsman all in action.

The PASS South championship weekend returns to South Boston (VA) Speedway for 2008 and the Mason-Dixon 500 promises to be a barnburner! The PASS South title will be decided in a 250 lap, $10,000.00 to win free for all on Saturday October 25th. Fans will find the Mason-Dixon 500 twice as nice as an open competition, 250 lap, $10,000.00 to win Late Model Stock Car feature is also on Sundays’ card. Both series will practice and qualify on Friday October 24th.
SRL – Craig Raudman will return to "full-time" competition in the Flashco Southwest Tour in 2008 driving the same Chevrolet he took to victory lane at Shasta Raceway Park in his only series start last year. Raudman has spent the last couple of years serving as crew chief for Brian Ickler on the NASCAR Camping World Series but has longed to leave the sidelines and return to the drivers seat.

Raudman (2001 Southwest Tour champion) will be driving a team car to 2007 series champion Dave Byrd and for new car owner Bob Strandwold of Modesto, CA in a Chevrolet sponsored by Performance Electrical Company, Approved Memory, J & S Plastering, ERC Fuels, and Redline Oil. The #2 car will have Raudman’s recognizable black and blue paint scheme from his glory days on the Southwest Tour. Reuniting with Raudman this season will also be former car owner and long-time friend Dave Reed. Reed will serve as Raudman's spotter and marketing manager.
Raudman was looking at several options this season and Strandwold came to him with
the perfect arrangement. "Bob (Strandwold) bought the car I built last year and offered
me the ride," Raudman said. "He wanted a two-car team and I wanted to race. I will
prepare and house the car at my shop which was really the deciding factor for me."
For Strandwold's part it is the perfect situation. "I have known Craig for a long time and I
really wanted a second car so I could not be happier that we were able to put a deal
Strandwold's started his racing career at the old Stockton 99 Speedway in 1978 after
purchasing a car from Johnny Brazil. Strandwold climbed out of the driver's seat after
winning the last race of the season at Stockton in 2001 and moved to the role of car
Strandwold's brother Jeff, who is also the superintendant of Performance Electrical, will manage the race team operations out of their Modesto shop. With the upper divisions of NASCAR looking only at youth, Strandwold knows experience and maturity equals success. "Craig and Dave have so much experience and talent," Strandwold said. "I think they both bring so much to the series. Race car drivers want to beat the best and they are two of the very best to ever race in the West."
Top five finishes are certainly the expectation for this two-car effort but Raudman has winning on his mind. In two previous SRL starts, Raudman was the fastest qualifier and the won race as well, so expectations are high to start the season when the series visits All-American Speedway in Roseville, CA March 29.
"The only time I raced at All-American was in a Pro-Truck back when I owned Victory Circle," Raudman said. "But the track has been reconfigured and it is a lot faster today, so I am sure it will be action-packed and a great race for the series."
Raudman is also eyeing the series title and knows his experience at all the tracks on the schedule this season will be an advantage. Irwindale, Tucson, Vegas, and CNS are newer venues for the SRL and Raudman has a lot of laps around those facilities.
"I feel that we will be competitive at every track and hopefully we can string together a few wins along the way,' Raudman said. "I also can't wait to turn laps at the new Kern County track. It is going to be a great venue for the series."
Raudman earned 15 career Southwest Tour wins (under the NASCAR banner) for fifth all-time and 29 career fast times during his storied Tour career. Raudman is looking to produce the same kind of results this season in the SRL but knows the competition runs deep. "The best of the old Tour joining with the best of the SRL will make for probably the best racing that fans will see anywhere this season."
Raudman started 158 Southwest Tour races with 58 career top five and 89 career top ten finishes. Raudman’s biggest race win came at the LA Street Race in 2000 where he bested a field of NASCAR Sprint Cup regulars and the best of the Southwest Tour to claim the winner’s purse of more than $18,275.
In his brief SRL career, Raudman has been perfect but this season the dreams go beyond perfection. The goal is to have fun, be competitive, and perhaps hoist another Southwest Tour championship trophy.

Sunbelt SLM – Tim Russell in the 2007 Sunbelt Series champion.

Super Late Models – SLM drivers from all over the country will be at New Smyrna Speedway from Friday, February 8th through Saturday, February 16th for the 42nd Annual World Series of Asphalt Stock Car Racing.  Speed51.com will have continuous coverage of Florida Speedweeks, including their Trackside Now feature.

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UARA-STARS - Ross Furr is the 2007 UARA-STARS champion.

USPRO - The ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts is welcoming back an old friend for the upcoming 2008 racing season. The return of the USPRO Cup Series.

The 2008 USPRO Cup Series Rulebook is Now Available! The USPRO Cup Series will be a support division to the ASALMS Challenge and Northern Divisions in races conducted in the series home state of Michigan as well as Ohio and parts of Indiana and Illinois in 2008.

The 2008 season opener for the USPRO Cup Series will be on Friday and Saturday April 11-12, 2008 as the fast 0.500 Mile High-Banked Paved Oval of the Toledo (OH) Speedway, located right on the Michigan / Ohio state line in Toledo, Ohio will host the triumphant return of the USPRO Cup Series with the running of the Welcome Back / Glass Breaker 75.

The USPRO Cup Series teams will join the ASALMS Northern Division, who will serve as head-liners for the weekend with their 2008 Season Opener, the Glass Breaker 125.

Wisconsin Challenge Series – Nathan Hassleau is the 2007 Wisconsin Challenge Series champion. 


Leavitt Racing Components Inc., LRC, (formerly know as Steve Leavitt Racing), known as a premiere chassis builder to NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide Series, and USAR Pro Cup Series competitors has signed on as a Participating Manufacturers Program (PMP) partner for the 2008 racing season in the ASALMS Southern Division.

"We're very fortunate that Leavitt has come on board for the 2008 Season." Said ASALMS Co-Founder/President, Ron Varney. "Our list of new sponsors coming on board for the upcoming year makes me proud to see the ASALMS has come so far in these last few years and we'll only continue to get stronger." Varney added.
JJ Motorsports is proud to announce that Race Team Gear, The Swiss Colony, The Copperstone Inn, and Pathfinder Chassis as their primary sponsors along-with associate sponsors; Rockweiler Insulation, Coleman Machine, and Five Star Race Car Bodies.

ASA Late Model South Series – As the ASA Late Model Series Presented by GM Performance Parts continues preparation for the upcoming 2008 racing season, the Lexington, Michigan based series is seeing a massive growth in new sponsors who have joined the ASALMS family for the series Sixth season.
Wayne Dillon's #5