September 2015

Ricky Records 15th Place Finish at Knoxville

On Thursday night Ricky Weiss headed to Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, Iowa) for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) sanctioned Knoxville Nationals presented by Casey’s General Stores. Drawing a field of 63 Super Late Models for the three-day event, Weiss bagged a runner-up finish in his heat to Earl Pearson Jr. transferring him into the preliminary feature. Earning the pole position starting spot for the $7,000 to win A-Main, Ricky fell back to a 23rd place outing in the 25-lapper.

Returning for the 2nd night of action at Knoxville Raceway, Ricky Weiss was slated to start in the 4th row of his heat after recording the 6th fastest qualifying time in his group. Logging a 6th place outing, Weiss transferred into the B-Main for another shot at the $7,000 to win A-Main. Needing a 6th place finish or better, Weiss edged his way into the main event with a 6th place finish. Gaining four spots in the 25-lap feature, Ricky Weiss retired a 20th place finish.

On the final night of action, Ricky earned a 15th row starting spot for the main event based off his results in the previous two nights. With $40,000 on the line, Ricky Weiss stormed through the field in the 100-lapper gaining 14 spots to record a solid 15th place finish.

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Weiss Lands Runner-up Spot at Legendary 100

Returning to action, Ricky Weiss traveled to Cedar Lake Speedway (New Richmond, Wisconsin) on Friday night for the NASCAR Late Model sanctioned Legendary 100. With the rain pushing all of Friday’s preliminary action to Saturday, Weiss scored a 20-lap qualifying feature win. Capturing a heat race win in a total of 31 Super Late Models, Ricky followed his heat race victory with a dash victory. Competing for a $5,000 payday in the 40-lap A-Main, Ricky Weiss bagged a runner-up finish to Darrell Nelson with Chad Mahder, A.J. Diemel, and Pat Doar rounding out the top five.

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Ricky Weiss Attends 45th Annual World 100

On Thursday night Ricky Weiss headed to Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) for the prestigious three-day 45th Annual World 100. Drawing 106 Super Late Models for the opening night event, Weiss earned a 2nd place starting spot for his heat with the 3rd fastest time in his qualifying group. Landing a 3rd place finish in his heat, Ricky earned a spot for one of the two $5,000 to win features. Battling for 25-laps, Ricky Weiss fell back to a 21st place finish in a veteran field.

With the continuous rain washing away all of Friday’s events and rescheduling them to Saturday morning, Weiss was set to start on the 3rd row for his heat. Capturing an 8-lap heat race win, Ricky earned a 4th place starting spot for the $5,000 to win A-Main. Battling for 25-laps, Ricky Weiss fell back to a 9th place finish.

Later on in the night, Weiss was slated to start on the pole after his promising preliminary results. Coming in contact with the wall on his 2nd lap, Ricky’s night was over after his heat.

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Ricky Weiss Wins WISSOTA event at Red River Co-Op

Ricky Weiss made the trip to Red River Co-Op Speedway (Winnipeg, Manitoba) on Thursday night for the WISSOTA sanctioned event. With 12 Super Late Models signed in, Weiss gained five spots in his heat cruising to a victory. Advancing seven spots in the feature, Ricky came from his 8th place starting spot to win the event. Notching his 22nd victory on the season, Ricky Weiss ousted Dustin Strand, Mike Martin, Mike Balcaen, and Bill Mooney. (Tim Johnson Photo)

On Friday night Ricky headed to I-94 Speedway (Fergus Falls, Minnesota) to a field of 21 Super Late Models. After tearing the deck off in a heat race wreck, Weiss decided to take the rest of the night off and prepare for the rest of the weekend.

The following night Weiss visited Viking Speedway (Alexandria, Minnesota) on Saturday night for the two-day show. With the rain arriving early in the night on Saturday, it was determined both programs would be held on Sunday. Improving five spots in his heat, Weiss bagged a 2nd place finish. With a 5th place starting spot in the first feature, Weiss advanced two spots retiring a podium finish behind Don Shaw and Cody Skytland with Jeff Wildung and Dustin Strand completing the top five.

In the second feature of the night, Ricky scored a heat race win from the 5th place starting position. After leading the entire feature, Weiss got passed up in lap traffic late in the event registering another 3rd place outing behind Brad Seng and Dustin Strand with Jeff Wildung, and Cole Schill rounding out the top five.

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