Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
Championship Points Reset After East Bay
Scott Bloomquist Now Leads The Way
Series PR Report
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series officials have reset and finalized the 2010 Championship Points after the three events at East Bay Raceway Park in Tampa, FL.

After East Bay, series officials reset the Championship Points Standings so that it only counts as one race. By doing this, it gives all the drivers a fair shot at trying to claim the 2010 Championship Points Title at the end of the year.

How the reset works is that drivers stay in the order they earned as if we had not reset the points. First through tenth place were reset and received points as if they have raced only a single event. Drivers earned eleventh place in points if they raced in all three feature events that were contested as point earning events. In twelfth place are drivers who raced in two feature events during any of the three point's events. Thirteenth place are the drivers who raced in one feature event on any of the three point's events.

Any driver making an attempt to race all three points nights but did not advance to the feature received 14th place points. All drivers making an attempt to race in two of the three point's nights, but did not advance to the feature received 15th place points. Finally, all drivers making an attempt at only one of the three points nights, but did not advance to the feature received 16th place points.

"I want to thank our staff for the great job they did keeping up with the registration of 6 straight races including the double show on Saturday. This can become a little hairy at times keeping up with all the teams coming and going. Some teams are registering for shows in advance and someone will withdraw and may want to register for a later event, the list goes on and on," states Ritchie Lewis, Series Director.

The 1st points posting on www.lucasdirt.com after East Bay was sorted by the excel program in use by alphabetical order instead of by the earned position order we now have posted.

Lucas Oil Championship Points' Standings

POS CAR# DRIVER POINTS
1 0 Scott Bloomquist 250
2 71 Don O'Neal 230
3 44 Earl Pearson, Jr. 220
4 s9 Dan Schlieper 210
5 28e Dennis Erb, Jr. 205
6 53 Ray Cook 200
7 71w Chris Wall 195
8 18 Shannon Babb 190
9 25 Jimmy Mars 185
9 24 Rick Eckert 185
11 5 Eric Jacobsen 175
11 15 Steve Francis 175
11 20 Jimmy Owens 175
11 23 John Blankenship 175
11 54w Dillan White 175
12 21 Billy Moyer 170
12 2 Brady Smith 170
12 25f Jason Feger 170
12 7 Matt Miller 170
12 18e Eric Wells 170
12 19t Tim Fuller 170
12 16 Justin Rattliff 170
12 39 Tim McCreadie 170
12 34 Mike Marlar 170
12 17m Dale McDowell 170
12 7w Ricky Weiss 170
13 41n Brad Neat 165
13 17t Tim Dohm  165
13 11 Austin Hubbard 165
13 c9 Steve Casebolt  165
13 9t Tim Isenberg 165
13 85 Mark Andersen 165
13 11t Tyler Reddick 165
13 14 Kyle Berck 165
13 21d Daniel Stone 165
14 56 Russ King 160
14 64 Michael Walker 160
14 41 Travis Varnadore 160
14 57j Bub McCool 160
14 12x Jordan Bland 160
14 18d Danny Mitchell 160
14 10 Leon Henderson 160
14 44 James O'Hara 160
14 T53 Lee Thomason 160
14 4T Tommy Kerr 160
14 77m Jason McBride 160
14 17ss Shan Smith 160
14 3c Mike Collins 160
15 38 Robert Geiger 155
15 m14 Brandon Thirlby 155
15 4Ds Chad Hollenbeck 155
16 18c Ross Camponovo 150
16 1 Doug Blashe 150
16 30 Steve Shaver 150
16 32 Chad Stapleton 150
16 3d Wade Davis 150
16 3r Brent Robinson 150

Scott Bloomquist is leading the Lucas Oil Dirt LM point standings.  (Mike Horne Photo)