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August 23rd, 2015 - Junghans Attends Doubleheader Weekend at Atomic
On Friday night Chase Junghans visited Atomic Speedway (Chillicothe, Ohio) for two days of action in the World of Outlaws Late Model Series (WoO). With 41 cars signed in, Chase transferred into the B-Main after placing 7th in his heat. Transferring top three out of the B-Main, Junghans would have to rely on a provisional after logging a 4th place finish. Coming from 24th, Chase Junghans worked his way up to a 8th place finish in the 40-lap A-Main.

Returning to Atomic Speedway (Chillicothe, Ohio) on Saturday, Junghans looked to bring home an enhanced $10,000 payday. Transferring the top four out of the heats, Chase transferred into the B-Main with a 5th place outing. Cruising to a 10-lap win, Chase Junghans earned a 18th place starting spot for the A-Main. Advancing eighth spots, Chase scored a 10th place outing.

Bringing the weekend to a close, Junghans made the trip to Eriez Speedway (Erie, Pennsylvania) on Sunday night for the WoO sanctioned event. Scoring a 10-lap heat race victory, Chase transferred into the $10,000 to win A-Main. Starting in 7th, Chase Junghans held his spot for the 50-lapper retiring a 7th place finish.

Chase Junghans is currently in seventh in the latest series' standings. For more results from this event, please visit www.WoOLMS.com.

August 16th, 2015 - Chase Junghans Returns on WoO Schedule
Hopping back on the World of Outlaws Late Model Series (WoO), Chase Junghans made the trip to Delaware International Speedway (Delmar, Delaware) on Thursday night for the Fulton Bank 50. Drawing a crowd of 30 Super Late Models, Junghans logged a transfer spot into the feature with a 6th place outing in his heat. Starting in 18th, Chase improved five spots in the 50-lapper scoring a 13th place finish.

On Friday night Chase headed to Potomac Speedway (Budds Creek, Maryland) for another round of action in the WoO Series. With 32 cars signed in for the $10,000 to win A-Main, Junghans fell three positions short of a transfer spot in his heat with a 7th place finish. Earning a spot into the feature with a 2nd place finish in his B-Main, Chase Junghans gained nine spots in the 50-lapper logging 10th place outing.

The following night brought Junghans to Winchester Speedway (Winchester, Virginia) for the WoO sanctioned Gunter’s Honey 50. Finishing 3rd in his heat, Chase earned a 11th place starting spot for the feature. With $10,000 on the line, Chase advanced one spot in the A-Main registering a 10th place outing.

On Sunday night Chase made a stop at Eriez Speedway (Erie, Pennsylvania) to get a few practice laps before the stop next Sunday on the WoO schedule. In a field of 21 cars, Junghans logged a 7th place heat finish. Coming from the back of the pack, Chase worked his way through the field scoring a podium finish behind Chad Wright and Greg Oakes with Darrell Bossard and John Lobb rounding out the top five.

Chase Junghans is currently in seventh in the latest series' standings. For more results from these events, please visit www.WoOLMS.com and www.Eriez-Speedway.com.

August 4th, 2015 - Chase Hops on Lucas Oil MLRA Schedule
On a Monday night Chase Junghans traveled to Farley Speedway (Farley, Iowa) for the Lucas Oil Midwest Late Model Racing Association (MLRA) sanctioned Monday Mayhem. Drawing a crowd of 29 Super Late Models, Chase transferred into the feature event with a 4th place finish in his heat. The 10th starting Junghans advanced four spots in the $10,000 to win A-Main recording a 6th place outing.

The following night brought Chase Junghans to West Liberty Raceway (West Liberty, Iowa) for the $10,000 to win Tornado Tuesday. With 30 cars on hand for the MLRA event, Chase logged another 4th place finish in his heat transferring him into the A-Main. Battling for 40-laps, Chase registered a 15th place finish.

For more results from these events, please visit www.MLRARacing.com.

July 30th, 2015 - Junghans Heads North for WoO Late Model Series
Chase Junghans headed to Shawano Speedway (Shawano, Wisconsin) on Tuesday night for the Sun Drop Shootout hosted by the World of Outlaws Late Model Series (WoO). In a field of 27 entrants, Junghans 9th place finish in his heat would transfer him into the B-Main. Edging his way into the A-Main with 3rd place spot in the B-Main, Junghans looked to bring home the $10,000 payday from the back of the pack. With 50 laps on the scoreboard, Chase Junghans improved two spots in the feature logging a 19th place finish.

On Thursday night 48 Super Late Models made the trip to Cedar Lake Speedway (New Richmond, Wisconsin) for the three-day WoO sanctioned 28th Annual USA Nationals. With its own separate show on Thursday, Chase logged a 5th place finish in his heat transferring him into the B-Main. Failing to hit a transfer spot in a talented field of drivers, Junghans resorted to a provisional for the $6,000 to win opening night feature event. Competing in a stacked field of 29 cars, Chase Junghans registered a 22nd place finish in the 40-lap A-Main.

Starting on the pole for his heat on Friday night, Chase Junghans cruised to heat race win transferring him into the main event on Saturday. Competing in a small 5-lap pole dash to determine the leader for the 100-lap showdown, Junghans logged a 3rd place finish earning him the same spot to start the feature. Battling for $50,000 payday, Chase fell two spots recording a solid 5th place finish behind Jonathan Davenport, Billy Moyer, Dennis Erb Jr., and Jimmy Owens.

Chase Junghans is currently in tenth in the latest series' standings. For more results from these events, please visit www.WoOLMS.com.

July 25th, 2015 - Junghans Bags Top Five Finish at Fairbury Speedway
Resuming competition in his Shop Quik Racing #18 Capital/Jay Dickens Super Late Model, Chase Junghans made the trek to Quincy Raceway (Quincy, Illinois) battling in another World of Outlaws Late Model Series Event (WoO). With 32 cars signed in for the Workforce 40 paying $8,000 to the winner, Junghans settled for a mid-pack finish. Looking to keep his top five spot in WoO standings, Chase logged a 12th place finish when the checkers flew at the end of the 40-lapper.

The following night brought Junghans to Fairbury American Legion Speedway (Fairbury, Illinois) for the 26th Annual Prairie Dirt Classic sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Late Model Series. Splitting the stacked field of 64 Super Late Models in half for qualifying, Chase logged the 4th quickest time in his group. Starting behind Kevin Weaver for his heat race, Chase Junghans captured a heat race victory transferring him into Saturday’s main event. Registering a spot in the Friday’s FALS Draw with a heat race win, Chase received a 16th place starting position for the 25-lapper. With $5,000 on the line, Junghans improved four spots retiring a 13th place finish.

Competing for $26,000 in the feature event presented by Bank of Pontiac, Chase held his spot for the 26th Annual PDC. Starting in 5th, Junghans scored a 5th place finish in the 100-lapper behind Jonathan Davenport, Dennis Erb Jr., Brandon Sheppard, and Josh Richards.

Chase Junghans is currently in tenth in the latest series' standings. For more results from these events, please visit www.WoOLMS.com.

July 18th, 2015 - Junghans Wrap Up Wild West Tour at Deer Creek Speedway
On Tuesday night Chase Junghans was one of 34 Super Late Models signed into Gillette Thunder Speedway (Gillette, Wyoming) for night three of the Wild West Tour sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Late Model Series (WoO). Logging the 2nd quick time in qualifying, Chase pulled away from Pat Doar in his heat scoring a heat race win setting him up for the $8,000 to win feature event. After sitting through a rain delay, it was determined the rest of the night would be cancelled due to the threat of storms in the area.

The WoO Series headed to Deer Creek Speedway (Spring Valley, Minnesota) on Saturday for the final night of the rain-plagued Wild West Tour. With 22 Super Late Models on hand for the NAPA Auto Parts Gopher 50, Chase Junghans 6th place outing in his heat was enough to transfer into the $11,900 to win feature event. Starting in 12th, Junghans advanced four spots in the 50-lapper retiring a 12th place spot.  

Chase Junghans is currently in tenth in the latest series' standings. For more results from this event, please visit www.WoOLMS.com.

July 10th, 2015 - Chase Junghans Begins Wild West Tour
Chase Junghans made the trip to Hibbing Raceway (Hibbing, Minnesota) on Thursday competing in night one of the Wild West Tour sanctioned by the World of Outlaws Late Model Series (WoO). In a field of 34 Super Late Models, Junghans landed a 3rd place finish in his heat transferring him into the $10,000 to win feature event. Starting in 10th, Chase fell back to 12th place when the checkers flew at the end of the 50-lapper.

On Friday night the WoO Wild West Tour traveled to River Cities Speedway (Grand Forks, North Dakota) featuring Chase Junghans behind the wheel of the Shop Quik Racing #18 Capital/Jay Dickens Super Late Model. With 30 cars on hand for the $10,000 to win A-Main, Junghans logged a 4th quickest time in qualifying followed by a runner-up finish in his heat. Starting in 4th, Chase retired a 7th place finish in the 50-lap feature.

Chase Junghans is currently in tenth in the latest series' standings. For more results from this event, please visit www.WoOLMS.com.

June 26th, 2015 - Chase Captures First WoO Victory at Lernerville Speedway
On Tuesday night Chase Junghans continued on the World of Outlaws Late Model Series (WoO) as it returned to the great state of New York for the Great Northern Tour. With 31 Super Late Models at Weedsport Speedway (Weedsport, New York), Junghans landed another top five finish in the Finger Lakes 40 feature event. Following a 3rd place finish in his heat, Chase battled his way from 7th place to record a 4th place finish behind Shane Clanton, Tim McCreadie, Darrell Lanigan with Morgan Bagley coming in fifth.

To kick off the three day 9th Annual Firecracker 100 presented by World of Outlaws Late Model Series (WoO), Chase Junghans made the trip to Lernerville Speedway (Sarver, Pennsylvania) on Thursday night. In a field of 44 Super Late Models competing for the $6,000 payday, Junghans laid down the second fastest qualifying time in his group. After battling with Chub Frank for his 10-lap heat, Chase fell back to 7th transferring him into the B-Main. With a 3rd place outing in his B-Main, Chase Junghans charged from his 21st starting spot to retire 9th place finish in the feature event.

For the second night of the Firecracker 100, Chase laid down the fastest time in a field of 45 Super Late Models. Following a 2nd place finish in his heat behind Shane Clanton, Junghans went on to win his first World of Outlaws victory. Starting in pole position after the redraw, Junghans never let go of his position capturing a $6,000 payday with Scott Bloomquist, Shane Clanton, Chub Frank, and Davey Johnson completing the top five. This victory gives Chase his 2nd on the year.

Saturday night’s $30,000-to-win, finale at Lernerville Speedway fell victim to rain and was postponed to September 5th.

Chase Junghans is currently in ninth place in the latest series' standings. For more results from this event, please visit www.WoOLMS.com.

June 21st, 2015 - Chase Junghans Makes Stop at Eriez Speedway
1Chase Junghans returned to World of Outlaws action on Thursday night, making the near 20 hour journey to Fonda Speedway (Fonda, New York). The Manhattan, Kansas driver recorded his career best WoO finish by placing 3rd in the feature event. After battling for the 2nd place position, Chase retired with a 3rd place finish behind Shane Clanton and Chub Frank with Frank Heckenast Jr., and Tim McCreadie rounding out the top five.

On Saturday night Chase Junghans continued with the World of Outlaws Late Model Series (WoO) as it traveled to Brighton Speedway (Brighton, Ontario). With 32 Super Late Models on hand for the Mudslinger 50, Junghans scored a top ten finish in the A-Main. Battling in a field of 24 cars, Chase scored an 9th place finish in the 50-lapper.

With Sunday's WoO show at Cornwall Motor Speedway (Cornwall, Ontario) rained out, Chase Junghans made a quick detour to Eriez Speedway (Erie, Pennsylvania) for a weekly night of racing. In a field of 20 Super Late Models, Junghans wheeled his way from a 7th place starting spot to capture his first victory of the season ousting Matt Urban, Darrell Bossard, Andy Boozel and Rob Blair.

For more results from these events, please visit www.WoOLMS.com.

June 5th, 2015 - Chase Junghans Attends Dirt Late Model Dream
1On Thursday night Chase Junghans made the trip to Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) for the 21st Annual Dirt Late Model Dream. On night one of three, with 84 Late Models in attendance Junghans recorded a 7th place finish in his heat missing a transfer spot by two positions. After advancing four positions in his B-main to register a 3rd place, Junghans advanced one spot in the 25-lap A-Main to end the night with a 22th place finish.

For the second night of the Dream, Chase Junghans had to rely on his B-Main performance to make it into the feature after placing 7th in his heat. After battling for a transfer spot in the B-Main, Junghans experienced motor issues in his car ending his weekend early with a 19th spot in the B-Main.

For more results from this event, please visit www.EldoraSpeedway.com.

May 24th, 2015 - Chase Junghans Makes Stop at Lucas Oil Speedway
1 Next stop on Chase Junghans race schedule was the 2nd Annual Cowboy Classic at Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Missouri). After taking the weekend off last week, Chase made a visit Thursday to Lucas Oil Speedway on his way to Tyler County Speedway for the Jackpot 100.

Following a second place finish in his heat behind Scott Lewis, Chase earned a 10th place starting spot for the 2nd Annual Cowboy Classic. When the 45-lap battle came to end, Chase Junghans crossed the finish line in the 14th position.

For more results from this event, please visit www.mlraracing.com.

Competing in a Lucas Oil MLRA race Thursday, Chase Junghans made the trip to Tyler County Speedway (Middlebourne, West Virginia) for a World of Outlaws event Saturday and Sunday. On the first night of the separate two night show, Chase Junghans failed to make the feature from his heat and B-Main, which resulted in him using a provisional to make the show. After starting in 23rd, Chase recorded a 14th place finish in the A-Main.

Sunday night proved to be a better night for Chase at Tyler County Speedway as he went on to pull off a 4th place finish in the A-Main. Following 3rd fastest qualifying time in his group, Chase went on to win his heat setting him up for his 4th place exit on night two.

For more results from this event, please visit www.WoOLMS.com.

May 9th, 2015 - Shop Quik Racing Battles Bad Luck with WoO
1Chase Junghans took his Shop Quik Racing #18 Capital/Jay Dickens Super Late Model into action in another doubleheader weekend with the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series as the team looked for better luck.

Action opened on Friday night with a trip to Ponderosa Speedway (Junction City, Kentucky), where 40 entries registered for battle. Chase failed to qualify for the feature via heat race action, but won his b-main to lock into the 18th starting spot for the 50 lap feature. In the main event at the tricky 1/3 mile oval he progressively worked his way forward in the field, racing into the top ten by the midway point. Unfortunately bad luck bit him on lap 32, when he was collected in a multi-car melee, which ended his night in the 19th position.

Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tennessee) played host to the tour on Saturday night, and it would be another tough night for Junghans. Struggles early in the night forced Chase to utilize a provisional to start the feature 24th. He would go on to advance to a 17th place finish.

Chase is eleventh in the latest WoO standings. Complete results from the weekend and the latest series' standings can be found at www.WoOLMS.com.


May 2nd, 2015 - Tarheel State Doubleheader for Chase Junghans
1Shop Quik Racing and Chase Junghans opened a doubleheader weekend With the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series in the state of North Carolina on Friday night with a trip to Friendship Motor Speedway (Elkin, North Carolina). It would prove to be a trying night for the Kansas driver. After starting 19th on the feature grid he was collected in a pair of melees not of his doing before ultimately retiring from the event to an 18th place finish on lap 25.

Saturday evening took the team to Fayetteville Motor Speedway (Fayetteville, North Carolina) for another $10,000-to-win affair. Preliminary action left Chase short of qualifying for the feature, and as a result he was forced to utilize a provisional to start 23rd on the grid. He would go on to advance ten spots to finish 13th in the final rundown.

Chase is eleventh in the latest WoO standings. Complete results from the weekend and the latest series' standings can be found at www.WoOLMS.com


April 18th, 2015 - Chase Junghans Heads to Farmer City for Illini 100
1Chase Junghans made the trip to Farmer City Raceway (Farmer City, Illinois) over the weekend for the annual Illini 100.

The World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series-sanctioned event drew a field of forty-eight entries on Friday night for a $6,000-to-win program. Just struggles in preliminary action, ultimately falling short of a transfer position and utilizing a series provisional to lock into the 25-lap main event. After starting 24th on the feature grid, Junghans went on to register a 26th place finish in the final rundown.

The weekend drew to a close on Saturday night with the $15,000-to-win, Illini 100 finale. Chase qualified fourth in his group among the forty-three entries and went on to win his heat race to lock into the redraw for the 75-lap main event. Junghans received the second starting spot on the feature grid, and took control from polesitter Shannon Babb on the second circuit. The duo raced side-by-side for much of the first 20 laps before Babb assumed the point once again on lap 22.

Junghans continued to run second until lap 27 when contact from third-running Kevin Weaver sent both cars spinning. Chase later brought out a second caution while running at the back of the pack and retired to a disappointing 21st place finish.

Chase is tenth in the latest WoO standings. Complete results from the weekend and the latest series' standings can be found at www.WoOLMS.com


April 11th, 2015 - Junghans Resumes WoO Competition at Tazewell
1Chase Junghans resumed competition with the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series on Saturday night at Tazewell Speedway (Tazewell, Tennessee). Heath Lawson Photo

With twenty-six Super Late Model filling the pit area at the lightning-fast oval, a fifth place finish in his preliminary heat race earned Chase the thirteenth starting spot on the feature grid. During the course of the 50-lap finale, Junghans battled around mid-pack for much of the event before registering a twelfth place finish at the checkered flag.

Chase is currently eighth in the latest WoO standings. Complete results from the weekend and the latest series' standings can be found at www.WoOLMS.com


April 9th, 2015 - Living Life: The Junghans Family
1 Parked side by side in the pits at USA Raceway (Tucson, Arizona) to start the 2015 racing season in early January, the Junghans family seems to have quite the life. Two talented young drivers in the stable with brothers, Chase and Grant. Nice haulers and nice equipment for both competitors. Best of all, a loving family and great friends surrounding them to enjoy the week of racing festivities in the warm sunshine. Rick Schwallie Photo

Sounds like a charmed life, right? From the surface, most definitely. However, a look into the backstory of what the Junghans family has endured over the past decade tells you so much more. It tells you why moments like these are so very special to these residents of Manhattan, Kansas.

For the complete story, visit http://www.onedirt.com/features/living-life-the-junghans-family/


April 4th, 2015 - Junghans Visits I-80 Speedway for MLRA Spring Meltdown
1Chase Junghans took advantage of another weekend off from the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series tour to enter the annual Spring Meltdown at I-80 Speedway (Greenwood, Nebraska).

The doubleheader, which was sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Midwest Latemodel Racing Association (MLRA), kicked off on Friday night with a $2,000-to-win race. A stout field of forty-five Super Late Models filled the pit area, and a third place finish in his heat race earned Chase the sixth starting spot on the feature grid. Unfortunately, mechanical issues during the main event resulted in a disappointing 31st place finish.

Saturday night's $5,000-to-win finale saw forty-one entries returning for battle. A fifth to second run in his heat race earned Junghans the fifth starting spot for the 40-lap main event. During the course feature, Chase battled amongst the top five for much of the event before crossing the finish line in fourth behind race winner, Jim Shereck, Tad Pospisil, and Jeremy Payne. Stormy Scott rounded out the top five finishers.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.MLRARacing.com


March 28th, 2015 - Junghans Enters King of America Modified Nationals
1With a weekend off from the busy World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series courtesy of Mother Nature, Chase entered the King of America V Modified Nationals at Humboldt Speedway (Humboldt, Kansas).

Piloting his brother Grant's back-up entry, Chase went into battle against a stout field of eighty-two Open Wheel Modifieds, all chasing the $10,000 top prize. The mega event featured dual heat races on Thursday and Friday, with drivers earning points toward Saturday night's 100-lap finale.

Thursday evening saw Chase register a second place finish in the first heat race after starting fourth. A steady rain moved in before Round #2 was complete, pushing the balance of the program to Friday night.

When competition resumed on Friday, Junghans advanced from seventh to finish fifth in the make-up heat race from Thursday. He went on to finish seventh in Round #3 before charging to a heat race victory in the final round. Chase's preliminary performance positioned him 20th in the final point standings.

Junghans' fell just short of locking into the main event via heat race action, forcing him to run a b-main where he started eighth. The top fourteen finishers advanced to the feature, and Chase was running in a transfer position until mechanical issues brought his night to an early end.

Full results from the weekend are available at www.USMTS.com


February 21st, 2015 - World of Outlaws Late Models Invade Volusia
1The World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series invaded Volusia Speedway Park (Barberville, Florida) on Thursday night for the final three nights of the 44th Annual DIRTcar Nationals.

Forty-nine entries filled the pit area for the first $10,000-to-win event of the week. Junghans failed to qualify for the 50-lap finale via preliminary action and would have to utilize a series provisional to lock in the 28th starting spot on the grid. Despite starting at the back of the pack Chase marched his way forward, advancing fifteen spots to a thirteenth place finish in the final rundown.

Friday night's WoO Late Model Series program also boosted a $10,000 top prize to competitors in the DIRTcar Nationals. Forty-seven Super Late Models converged on the 1/2-mile oval. Chase failed to reach a transfer position in either his heat race to a b-main, forcing him to utilize a series' emergency provisional to lock in the 27th starting position for the 50-lap feature. Junghans went on to cross the finish line in seventeenth.

A tough week at Volusia Speedway Park came to a close on Saturday night for the Manhattan, Kansas star. Forty-five entries registered for the $10,000-to-win, WoO Late Model Series finale. Chase fell one spot short of a transfer position through his heat race, relinquishing him to a b-main. He later won the b-main, locking him into the seventeenth starting spot for the 50-lap main event. Junghans charged forward in the feature, advancing eight positions en route to a solid ninth place finish.

Chase is currently eighth in the latest WoO standings. Complete results from the weekend and the latest series' standings can be found at www.WoOLMS.com


February 18th, 2015 - Junghans Competes in DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia
1Action shifted to Volusia Speedway Park (Barberville, Florida) on Monday night as Chase Junghans began a week-long series of event in the 44th Annual DIRTcar Nationals.

Chase entered the $7,000-to-win opener, which drew a field of forty-three UMP Super Late Models to the 1/2-mile oval. Junghans failed to reach a transfer position in heat race action, sending him to a b-main. In the b-main he raced to a sixth place finish, but only the top three finishers moved on to the 30-lap feature, ending his night early.

Junghans resumed competition on Wednesday after Tuesday night's events were cancelled due to inclement weather. The winner's check increased to $10,000 which saw forty-eight entries register for battle. Junghans' night would once again come to a disappointing early end as he failed to qualify for the 40-lap finale.

Full results from the event are available at www.DIRTcarNationals.com


February 15th, 2015 - Bubba Raceway Park Up Next for Shop Quik Racing
1Chase Junghans and the Shop Quik Racing team traveled to Bubba Raceway Park (Ocala, Florida) for the opening round of the Bubba Army Winter Nationals.

Twenty-eight entries registered for the UMP Super Late Model event on Friday night, which boosted a $5,000 top prize. Chase raced to a fifth place finish in the second heat race, earning him the fourteenth starting spot on the feature grid. He went on to record an eleventh place finish at the checkered flag in the 30-lap main event.

The World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series sanctioned a $10,000-to-win program on Saturday night in Round #2 of the Winter Nationals. Chase qualified fourth overall among the twenty-entries and went on to win his heat race, sending him to the redraw for the 50-lap feature. Junghans received this sixth starting spot for the main event but would settled to a ninth place finish in the final rundown.

Sunday evening's Bubba Army Winter Nationals finale also boosted a $10,000 top for WoO competitors, and the car count would increase to thirty-one entrants. Chase posted the ninth fastest lap overall during time trails, earning him the third starting spot for his heat race. Struggles in heat race action left Junghans short of a transfer position, which sent him to a b-main. He fell one spot short of the transfer in the b-main, forcing him to utilize a series provisional to lock in the 23rd starting spot on the feature grid. Chase advanced eight spot in the 50-lap finale to a fifteenth place finish.

Chase is currently twelfth in the latest WoO standings. Complete results from the weekend and the latest series' standings can be found at www.WoOLMS.com


February 7th, 2015 - Chase Junghans Enters Winter Freeze at Screven
1Chase Junghans made the trek to Screven Motor Speedway (Sylvania, Georgia) on Thursday night for the opening round of the 5th Annual Winter Freeze. Zach Yost Racing Photography

Thirty-four entries register for the unsanctioned, $5,000-to-win event. Junghans failed to qualify for the feature via time trials, sending him to a b-main. He advanced from eighth to finish fourth in his b-main, earning him the sixteenth starting spot on the feature grid. During the course of the finale, Chase raced his way to a fourteenth place finish in the final rundown. Complete results are available at www.ScrevenMotorsports.com

A $10,000 top prize was up for grabs on Friday night in round #2 of the Winter Freeze as the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series began their 2015 campaign. Thirty-two entries returned for battle, and Chase failed to reach a transfer position in his heat race, forcing him to run a b-main. A third place finish in his b-main earned Junghans the 22nd starting position for the 50 lap feature. He went on to register a seventeenth place finish at the checkered flag.

Saturday night's finale for the 5th Annual Winter Freeze at Screven Motor Speedway also boosted a $10,000 top prize. Thirty-three entries converged on the oval for the WoO Late Model Series event, and via time trials Chase locked into the third starting spot for heat race action. Unfortunately, he slipped to a sixth place finish which sent him to a b-main. A second place finish in the b-main locked him into the 20th starting spot for the finale. In the 50 lapper, Junghans raced to a seventeenth place finish.

Full results from the event can be found at www.WoOLMS.com


January 18th, 2015 - Junghans Continues Competition in Wild West Shootout
1Chase Junghans resumed action in the Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout at USA Raceway (Tucson, Arizona) on Friday night with a $3,000-to-win event. Rick Schwallie Photo

Fifty-two Super Late Models were registered for battle, and the night started with Junghans drawing the sixth starting spot for his heat. However, he would slip backwards to a seventh place finish, which left him short of locking into the 30 lap finale. Chase started tenth in his b-main and charged forward to a fifth place finish. Unfortunately, only the top four finishers transferred to the main event as his night came to an early end.

The team looked to bounce back on Saturday as another $3,000-to-win program was contested with fifty-two entrants. Unfortunately it would prove to be another tough outing as Chase fell short of locking into the feature via heat race action and had to run a b-main. Things would only get worse for Junghans in the b-main when he was caught up in a multi-car melee that brought his night to an early end, after racing into a transfer position from his tenth starting spot.

The week-long trek in Tucson drew to a close on Sunday evening with a $10,000-to-win event that drew a field of fifty entries to the 3/8 mile oval. Chase slipped from his front-row starting spot to a third place finish in his heat race, sending him to a b-main. He went on to win the b-main from second, locking him into the eighteenth starting position on the feature grid. In the 50 lap finale, Junghans battled for position early on before ultimately retiring to a 21st place finish in the final rundown.

Full results from the event are available at www.RaceUSARaceway.com


January 14th, 2015 - Chase Opens Wild West Shootout with Podium Finish!
1Chase Junghans opened his 2015 campaign in his #18 Shop Quik Racing/Capital Race Cars Super Late Model on Saturday evening at USA Raceway (Tucson, Arizona) during the opening round of the Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout. Rick Schwallie Photo

Fifty Super Late Models entered the $3,000-to-win event, and Junghans night began by drawing the ninth starting spot for his heat race. With passing points determining the transfers, Chase charged from ninth to a third place finish locking him into the fourth starting position for the 30 lap feature. Junghans battled throughout the top five for much of the main event before securing a podium finish in the closing laps when he slipped passed Billy Moyer Jr. for a third place performance behind race winner, Darrell Lanigan and Billy Moyer.

On Sunday afternoon a $5,000-to-win purse was posted, and Chase's outing started with him once again drawing a high number at pill draw, pinning him deep in a heat race. He went on to overcome his seventh place starting spot, charging forward to a solid second place finish to lock into the fifth starting spot for 30 lap finale. Junghans battled amongst the top five early on in the feature before settling to a tenth place finish in the final rundown.

Wednesday night's program was headlined by a $3,000-to-win event that drew a field of forty-six entries to the 3/8 mile oval. Junghans started his night by drawing the third starting spot for the first heat race. He went on to register a third place finish which locked him into the sixteenth starting position for the feature. During the course of the 30 lap main event, Chase advanced four spots to a twelfth place finish at the checkered flag.

Full results from the events are available at www.RaceUSARaceway.com