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Evans Unveils 2018 Partial
Schedule; Plans to Kick Off Season in Spring 50
10, 2018) Following a strong seven win season in 2017,
which helped him capture the Super Late Model Track Championship
at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio, Kody Evans released
a partial schedule of events for his 2018 campaign today online
at www.KodyEvansRacing.com! Kody is slated to lift the lid to his
season in exactly two months on Saturday evening, March 10 in the
42nd edition of the 'Spring 50' at Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky,
which pays $5,000 to the winner. The following weekend (March 16-17)
will see the #4G team travel to both Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio
and Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, Indiana for a pair of $12,000
to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showdowns. In other news,
Kody has entered the "Search for a Champion" contest to
vie for the $50,000 grand prize sponsorship and you can help him
by voting daily at sfac.championautoparts.com/entry/1627.
View the Camden, Ohio native's entire 2018 schedule by clicking
Kody Evans Lands in Top
Five in Season-Ending Turkey Gobbler!
26, 2017) Kody Evans and his #4G team wrapped up their
2017 campaign on Saturday, November 25 with the annual running of
the 'Turkey Gobbler' at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio.
Kody ran second in his heat race and later started the $1,500 to
win main event from the outside of the second row. During the course
of the unsanctioned 30-lapper, Kody ran inside of the top five and
eventually left MRP with a solid fifth place showing. Finishing
ahead of his Club 29 machine at the checkers was winner Tyler Carpenter,
Duane Chamberlain, Josh Rice, and Randy Armes. Complete results
from the season-ending 'Turkey Gobbler' yesterday in the Buckeye
State can be viewed online at www.molerracewaypark.com.
Kody Evans Racing Makes
First Trip to Dirt Track at Charlotte
5, 2017) The Kody Evans Racing (KER) team made their way
to the state-of-the-art Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, North
Carolina on November 2-4 for the 11th edition of the 'World Finals.'
A stout field of 75 competitors converged on the 4/10-mile speedplant
for the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series spectacular,
which kicked off with two rounds of qualifying on Thursday evening.
Kody Evans started his weekend by posting the twenty-eighth quickest
lap in Group B in the first qualifying session and the thirty-second
fastest time in Group A in the final session.
On Friday night at the Charlotte-area facility in
the first of two $12,000 to win shootouts, Kody placed eleventh
in his loaded heat race and fifteenth in his B-Main, which unfortunately
kept him out of the 50-lap headliner. In Saturday's weekend finale,
Kody ran seventh in his heat race and sixth in his B-Main, but once
again was not able to transfer into the 50-lapper in his first-ever
Charlotte visit. Complete results from the lucrative 'World Finals'
weekend can be obtained by clicking on www.woolms.com.
Evans Earns Seventh Win
of '17 at Moler; Goes for Wild Ride at Atomic
15, 2017) Kody Evans, of Camden, Ohio, registered his seventh
Super Late Model triumph of the 2017 racing season on Friday evening,
October 13 at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio! Kody won
his heat race in preliminary action and later led all but one circuit
in the headliner to bag the $1,200 winner's check over Robby Hensley,
Josh Rice, Mike Hildebrand, and Chris Vance! On Saturday night,
October 14, the #4G team rolled into Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio
for the 'Fall 40,' which boasted a $4,000 top prize. Kody ran second
in his loaded heat race and was up to third at one point in the
40-lap main event before eventually flipping his Club 29 racecar.
He emerged unscathed from the serious wreck, but was forced to retire
from the unsanctioned race in the twelfth position with heavy damage.
Full results from both Buckeye State ovals can be accessed online
(Steve Alcorn Photo)
Kody Evans Finds No Luck
at Atomic and Eldora Over Weekend
8, 2017) The Kody Evans Racing (KER) team headed to both
Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio and Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio
over the October 6-7 weekend for a pair of Super Late Model events.
On Friday night in a $2,000 to win weekly show at the former K-C
Raceway, Kody Evans laid down the quickest lap of the 28 entrants
during qualifying to earn Fast Time honors prior to running second
in his heat race. After getting shuffled back early in the headliner,
Kody stormed all the way back up to second and was battling for
the lead when he unfortunately jumped the cushion before hitting
the wall. The Camden, Ohio native wound up with heavy damage to
his Club 29 mount and retired in the seventeenth position.
At the "Big E" on Saturday evening, a $5,000
top prize was on the line in the annual running of the 'DIRTcar
Fall Nationals.' Kody posted the second fastest time overall during
American Late Model Series (ALMS) qualifying and later placed sixth
in his loaded heat race. After rolling off from the outside of the
ninth row in the 40-lap main event, Kody was suffering from handling
woes when the race was postponed due to rain after only sixteen
circuits. He made the decision not to return earlier this afternoon
for the conclusion of the event and settled for a twentieth place
effort. Complete results from both Buckeye State ovals can be accessed
online at www.atomicspeedway.net
(Michael Hamilton Photo)
Evans Makes First Trip
to Lake Cumberland; Nabs Top Ten
1, 2017) Kody Evans and his #4G team made their first-ever
trip to Lake Cumberland Speedway in Burnside, Kentucky on Saturday
evening, September 30 for the 'Harold Hardgrove Memorial,' which
was sanctioned by the Schaeffer's Oil Iron-Man Championship Series.
Kody knocked down the fifth quickest time in Group B during the
qualifying session prior to running second in heat race action.
After starting the $3,522 to win main event from the outside of
the third row, Kody primarily rode in line on the one-groove racing
surface and was eventually paid for an eighth place effort after
35 green flag circuits. Complete results from last night in the
Commonwealth of Kentucky can be accessed online at www.lcspeedway.net.
Kody Evans Scores Sixth
Victory of 2017 Campaign at Atomic Speedway!
24, 2017) Kody Evans Racing (KER) laid claim to their sixth
feature win of the 2017 racing season on Saturday evening, September
23 at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio! After posting the fastest lap
on the board during the qualifying session and winning his heat
race, Kody Evans ran second early in the 25-lap feature distance
before grabbing the point around the lap ten mark. Kody then went
on to control the field throughout the remainder of the weekly Super
Late Model show to pocket the $2,000 payday ahead of Greggie Oliver,
Dave Hornikel, Billy Gullion, and Josh Bocook!
Earlier in the weekend on Friday night, September
22 at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio, Kody had his sights
set on the $1,500 top prize. He ran third in his heat race and later
started the unsanctioned main event from the outside of the third
row. The Camden, Ohio native then made a charge up through the field
during the race and eventually settled for a strong runner-up effort
behind only victor Josh Rice. Full results from both Buckeye State
venues can be accessed online at www.molerracewaypark.com
(Steve Alcorn Photo)
Evans Wins Again at Moler;
Clinches Super Late Model Track Championship!
17, 2017) Kody Evans and his #4G team celebrated in victory
lane for the fifth time in 2017 on Friday evening, September 15
at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio! Kody won his heat race
in preliminary action and later wired the field in the feature to
record the $1,000 victory over Josh Rice, Nathan Vawter, Blake Naylor,
and Rusty Yarger. The popular win for the Camden, Ohio native also
locked up the Track Championship at the southern Ohio venue! On
Saturday night, September 16 in another weekly show at Florence
Speedway in Union, Kentucky, Kody advanced up to fifth in his heat
race and despite suffering brake issues during the $1,200 to win
A-Main, he was still able to record a solid fifth place showing
behind only winner Jason Jameson, Ted Nobbe, Jesse Lay, and Trevor
Landrum. Full results from both weekend races can be accessed online
(Steve Alcorn Photo)
Kody Evans Racing Enters
Baltes Classic at Eldora Speedway...
4, 2017) Next up on the racing calendar for the Kody Evans
Racing (KER) team was a visit to the hallowed high-banks of Eldora
Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio on Sunday evening, September 3 for the
10th edition of the 'Baltes Classic.' The American Late Model Series
(ALMS) showdown drew 38 competitors to the 1/2-mile speedplant to
vie for the $3,000 winner's check. Kody Evans laid down the 28th
fastest lap overall during the qualifying session prior to running
ninth in his stacked heat race and tenth in his B-Main. Unfortunately,
Kody was not able to find a way into the 30-lap feature event, which
was eventually won by Billy Moyer. Full results from the 'Baltes
Classic' can be viewed by pointing your web browser to www.eldoraspeedway.com.
Evans Conquers Moler
for Fourth Victory of 2017 Racing Season!!!
27, 2017) Kody Evans, of Camden, Ohio, racked up his fourth
feature win of the 2017 campaign on Friday evening, August 25 at
Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio! Kody won his heat race
in preliminary action and later beat Steve Casebolt, Craig Wolford,
Larry Martin, Jr., and Roger Ruark to the checkered flag in the
weekly Super Late Model showdown to bag the $1,000 payday. At Lawrenceburg
Speedway in Lawrenceburg, Indiana on Saturday night, August 26,
the cars and stars of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series rolled
into town for the $12,000 to win 'Whiskey City 60.' Kody knocked
down the fourth quickest time in Group B during qualifying prior
to running fourth in his stacked heat race and seventeenth in the
60-lap headliner. Complete results from both dirt venues can be
accessed online at www.molerracewaypark.com
(Steve Alcorn Photo)
Kody Evans Racing Tackles
Moler for $3,500 to win Ike Moler Memorial
19, 2017) Kody Evans Racing (KER) strolled into Moler Raceway
Park in Williamsburg, Ohio on Friday evening, August 18 for the
11th edition of the 'Ike Moler Memorial.' The unsanctioned Super
Late Model special at the southern Ohio facility drew 28 competitors
to vie for the $3,500 winner's check. Kody Evans was hampered by
a broken axle early in the night, but battled back to grab the fourth
transfer spot through his heat race. Kody then started the headliner
from the inside of the ninth row and had moved up inside of the
top ten before contact from another competitor resulted in a broken
right front ball joint. The Camden, Ohio ace retired from the 'Ike
Moler Memorial' in the twelfth finishing position. Full results
from last night at MRP can be accessed online at www.molerracewaypark.com.
Evans Enters North/South
100 Weekend at Florence Speedway...
13, 2017) Kody Evans and his #4G team invaded the venerable
Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky on August 10-12 for the 35th
Annual 'North/South 100,' which was once again sanctioned by the
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. The three-day extended weekend
in the Commonwealth of Kentucky kicked off on Thursday night with
the 'North/South Shootout,' which boasted a $10,000 top prize and
drew a stout 67 car field. Kody laid down the seventeenth fastest
lap in Group B during qualifying prior to running ninth in his loaded
heat race and twenty-first in his B-Main. Unfortunately, the Camden,
Ohio native was unable to make the start in the 50-lap main event
that was ultimately won by Jimmy Owens.
On Friday evening, the 'North/South 100' officially got underway
with a double set of qualifying heat races at the Cincinnati-area
facility. Kody placed tenth in both of his heat races and the team
feared that his Club 29 racecar was bent from a recent incident
at Fairbury. Therefore, Kody opted to scratch from his B-Main on
Saturday and did not transfer into the $50,000 to win 'North/South
100.' Complete results from the crown jewel extravaganza can be
accessed by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.