from East Bay Raceway Park
15, 2014) The long week at East Bay Raceway
Park wrapped up tonight with the 38th Annual 'Winternationals'
finale, which paid $10,000 to the winner and was taped by
the television cameras of the Lucas Oil Production Studios.
Randy Weaver qualified eighth quickest in Group B during LOLMDS
time trials prior to running fifth in his loaded heat race
and winning his B-Main. After rolling off from the outside
of the ninth row in the 60-lap main event, Randy was involved
in a couple of different incidents that caused caution flags,
but he was able to soldier on to a fourteenth place performance.
(February 15, 2014)
A huge day/night doubleheader to close out the 38th
Annual 'Winternationals' started earlier this afternoon with
a $7,000 to win tilt, which was originally scheduled for Wednesday
and subsequently postponed due to heavy rain showers. Randy
Weaver clicked off the fourth fastest lap in Group B during
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series qualifying at East Bay Raceway
Park and later finished third in his heat race behind only
prelim victor Ray Cook and runner-up Eric Jacobsen. The Crossville,
Tennessee ace then started the 35-lap feature from the outside
of the sixth row, but pulled off the one-groove racing surface
early and settled for a twenty-fifth place outing.
(February 14, 2014)
The first Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series points
race of the week at East Bay Raceway Park took place tonight
and a $10,000 payday was on the line. Randy Weaver posted
the thirteenth quickest lap in Group B during qualifying prior
to finishing fifth in his heat race and second in his B-Main.
After starting the 50-lap main event from the outside of the
tenth row, Randy was able to work his way up five spots on
his way to a fifteenth place performance.
(February 13, 2014)
The 38th edition of the 'Winternationals' continued
tonight at East Bay Raceway Park with a $7,000 to win Lucas
Oil Late Model Dirt Series battle, which was televised LIVE
on the MAVTV network. Randy Weaver qualified fourteenth fastest
in Group A during the time trial session, but later elected
to scratch from the remainder of the program due to the rough
track conditions. Randy opted to save his equipment for the
two points races at the "Clay by the Bay" on Friday
and Saturday evening.
(February 12, 2014)
Officials of East Bay Raceway Park and the Lucas
Oil Late Model Dirt Series have postponed tonight’s
events from the 38th Annual 'Winternationals' due to rain.
Tonight’s $7,000 to win showdown is rescheduled for
Saturday morning, February 15. Tomorrow night’s - Thursday,
February 13 - series program from East Bay Raceway Park will
air LIVE on MAVTV starting at 9:30 PM EST. MAVTV can be found
on DIRECTV on channel 214 and on DISH Network on channel 248.
For cable subscribers, please check the local listings in
(February 11, 2014)
After skipping Monday's 'Winternationals' opener
at East Bay Raceway Park, Randy Weaver was back in action
tonight in round two of the six-race week at the Gibsonton,
Florida facility. Randy timed in sixth quickest in Group A
during Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series qualifying and later
finished third in his heat race. After starting the $5,000
to win feature event from the inside of the sixth row, Randy
was an early retiree in the 25-lapper and was paid for a twenty-sixth
Super Bowl of Racing
Results from Golden Isles Speedway
8, 2014) Randy Weaver and the Outlaw Racing
Southeast team wrapped up the three-day 'Super Bowl of Racing'
at Golden Isles Speedway tonight, as the Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series sanctioned another televised event, which boasted
a $10,000 top prize. Randy clicked off the fourth fastest
lap in Group B during the time trial session and later placed
third in his heat race behind only prelim winner Billy Moyer,
Jr. and runner-up Gregg Satterlee. After starting the 50-lap
feature event from the outside of the sixth row, Randy was
unfortunately caught up in an early race incident and retired
in the twenty-second position.
(February 7, 2014)
In the 'Super Bowl of Racing' nightcap tonight at Golden Isles,
Randy Weaver started his evening by laying down the eleventh
quickest lap in Group B during Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
time trials. After a fifth place run in his heat race, Randy
earned the third and final transfer spot through his B-Main.
The Crossville, Tennessee ace then started the $10,000 to
win main event from the outside of the eleventh row and was
able to pick off six competitors during the 50-lap televised
race on his way to a sixteenth place effort.
(February 7, 2014)
Randy Weaver Racing kicked off the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series season earlier this afternoon in the rain-postponed
$5,000 to win lid lifter at Golden Isles Speedway. Randy Weaver
posted the twelfth quickest lap in Group A during the qualifying
session and later grabbed the fifth and final transfer spot
through his heat race. After starting the 25-lap main event
from the inside of the tenth row, Randy was an early retiree
in the A-Main and was placed twenty-third in the final finishing
(February 6, 2014)
Tonight's Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season opener at
Golden Isles Speedway in Brunswick, Georgia has been postponed
until tomorrow morning due to persistent rain showers. The
$5,000 to win event tomorrow morning will serve as the first
race in a big doubleheader at GIS, as the regularly scheduled
$10,000 to win showdown will be held in the evening. Additional
information concerning the twin bill can be accessed online
Weaver and Outlaw
Racing Southeast Gear Up for Daunting Lucas Oil Schedule!
26, 2013) Three-time Southern All Stars Dirt
Racing Series (SAS) Champion Randy Weaver and the Outlaw Racing
Southeast team are currently in the midst of preparing their
equipment for a run on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
circuit in 2014. Randy is fresh off a strong 2013 campaign,
as his #116 team racked up seven (7) victories, nineteen (19)
top five finishes, and twenty-four (24) top ten efforts in
the thirty-eight (38) Dirt Late Model events that they entered.
In select Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series programs last year,
Randy finished fifth in the $20,000 to win 'Clash at the Mag'
at Magnolia (MS) Motor Speedway, eighth in the $50,000 to
win 'North/South 100' at Florence (KY) Speedway, and third
in the $10,000 to win 'Dixie Shootout' at Dixie (GA) Speedway.
The 2014 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series slate of events
features forty-seven (47) confirmed dates in nineteen (19)
different states across the country. Things will kick off
for the premier national Dirt Late Model tour with the 'Super
Bowl of Racing' from February 6-8 at Golden Isles Speedway
in Brunswick, Georgia. From there, the action will shift south
to East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida for the 38th
Annual 'East Bay Winternationals.' The six-race week from
February 10-15 at the "Clay by the Bay" will be
headlined by a pair of $10,000 to win tilts on Friday and
Saturday. In all, two races from Golden Isles and two shows
from East Bay will be taped for TV by the Lucas Oil Production
Studios, while the Friday, February 14 event at East Bay will
air live on MAVTV for the first time ever. Additional information
on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series can be found online
"We have been steadily preparing our race team for the
past couple of seasons to hit the road with the Lucas Oil
Series and we are ready to step up to that challenge in 2014,"
quoted Weaver who will once again field GRT race cars powered
by Cornett engines next year. "Chip and Rusty (Stone)
have provided us with everything that we need to compete at
the highest of levels and I can't thank those guys enough
for their support. The Lucas Oil Series sanctions most of
the biggest races in our sport and their television package
is unrivaled in Dirt Late Model racing. Competing for a title
against guys like Jimmy Owens, Steve Francis, John Blankenship,
Earl Pearson, Jr., and Don O'Neal will be a stiff test for
our team, but we have proven that we can compete with those
guys. Now, we just have to do it each week and see what happens!"
Randy Weaver Reveals
2014 Season Plans; Set to Tackle Lucas Oil Series!
(December 20, 2013)
Randy Weaver and the #116 Outlaw Racing Southeast team have
released their plans for the upcoming 2014 racing season today
right here at www.RandyWeaverRacing.com! As speculated for
months, Randy has officially decided to follow the grueling
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series schedule in 2014. The season
will start for the team from February 6-15 in nine series
battles at the Golden Isles Speedway in Brunswick, Georgia
and the East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida. You can
view the schedule dates that Randy confirmed today by clicking
on the SCHEDULE page of the