(July 2, 2015) Thursday night we ran one of our biggest races of the year here at Dirt Series and it was none other than the World 100 at Eldora Speedway. We had the whose who of sim dirt late model drivers show up to take their shot at the title.

All 18 cars checked in qualified with a few late arrivals missing the qualifying call but after this session was done, it was none other then Ken Short who set fast time. We would then take the top 8 from this qualifying session and take them to a dash. The other 11 cars would go into two last chance races. In last chance qualifier #1 we saw a great battle between Justin Clark, Justin Remmers, and Brent Crowley. Clark and Remmers would battle for the lead but it was Clark that would take home the victory as he and Remmers would transfer on to the A. In last chance qualifier #2 it was a landslide victory as Andy Jackson started up front and would lead every lap in route to the victory. He and Jameson Colbridge who finished second would go on to the A.

It was then time for the fast boys to hit the track as it was dash time. We would go 6 laps and after the invert Daniel Potts and Blake Drohman would take the 8 car field to the green flag. Drohman would get the nod going into turn one and lead from green to checkered. But the real story in the dash was Wes Fehrenbacher as he made a charge on the field coming from 5th to 2nd and assured he would be a contender on the night.

After some provisonals were handed out, the 16 car field was set for the 100 lap event. Out of the gate it was Wes Fehrenbacher jumping to the lead and boy did he extend it very quickly over Josh Smith and James Rotruck. Rotruck would eventually take over the lead for a brief period until Fehrenbacher would once again regain it. We had some great racing in the top 6-7 as many drivers were trying to take their car to the front. Justin Clark gambled on tires but it bit him later in the race. Ken Short and Josh Smith were both involved in cautions throughout the race but made their way back to the front. But in the end it was the steady Wes Fehrenbacher and his 100 lap event magic that did the trick once again as he would go back to back at the World 100! Congrats to Wes on the win and to Justin Remmers and Brent Crowley on being the hard chargers.

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