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February 22nd, 2014 - World of Outlaws Late Models Invade Volusia
The World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series invaded Volusia Speedway Park on Thursday night for the final three nights of the 43rd Annual DIRTCar Nationals. Forty-five entries were on hand for the first $10,000-to-win event of the week.

Chase narrowly missed the transfer into the main event via heat race action, putting him in a third row starting spot for the b-main. Unfortunately, Junghans night would come to a disappointing end when finished sixth in the b-main, failing to make the transfer into the 50 lap feature event.

A disappointing DIRTCar Nationals week came to a close on Saturday night for the Manhattan, Kansas star. Thirty-five entries registered for the $10,000-to-win finale. Chase failed to make the transfer into the 50 lap main event through his heat race, relinquishing him to a b-main. Junghans night came to an end after he was only able to place seventh in the b-main, missing the final transfer by four positions.

Complete results from the weekend can be found at www.woolms.com


February 19th, 2014 - Junghans Competes in DIRTCar Nationals at Volusia
Chase Junghans and the Shop Quick Racing team traveled to Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida on Monday night to begin a week-long series of events at the DIRTCar Nationals.

Chase entered the $7,000-to-win opening night that drew a total of forty competitors. Chase failed to make the transfer into the main event via heat race action, but later was able to lock in a 24th place starting spot when he finish fourth in the b-main. During the course of the 30 lap feature, Junghans drove the #18 Shop Quik Racing/Capital/Jay Dickens Racing Engine Super Late Model to a 22nd place finish.

Round #2 of the DIRTCar Nationals at Volusia drew thirty-eight competitors for the $7,000-to-win event. Chase failed to make the transfer from his heat race into the 30 lap feature event. His night came to disappointing end when he retired early from the b-main, missing the transfer into the feature.

Wednesday night's $10,000-to-win saw forty-two entries for competition. Chase failed to make the transfer into the main event through his heat, forcing him to run a b-main. Unfortunately, Junghans night came to an end after the b-main as he narrowly missed the transfer into the 40 lap feature.

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


February 16th, 2014 - Chase Junghans Kicks Off 2014 WoO Rookie Season
Chase Junghans began his chase for the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series Rookie of the Year title on Friday night at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida.

Twenty-seven competitors signed in for the $7,000-to-win event and Chase posted the seventh quickest lap overall during qualifying and finished fifth in his heat race, earning him a 13th place starting spot for the 35 lap feature event. Chase stayed within the top fifteen over the course of the feature before coming home with a 13th place finish in his #18 Shop Quik Racing/Capital/Jay Dickens Racing Engine Super Late Model.

A $10,000 top prize was up for grabs Saturday night in round #2 of the Winter Nationals. Chase qualified fourth overall among the 27 entries that were on hand and went on to finish third in his heat race. Junghans rolled off from the seventh starting spot in the 50 lapper before falling back to a disappointing 16th place finish.

The struggle continued for WoO Rookie of the Year contender Chase Junghans in the Sunday evening Winter Nationals finale at Bubba Raceway Park. Chase qualified sixth in his respective group and later finish third in his heat race, locking him into the $12,000-to-win feature with a tenth place starting spot. During the course of the 60 lap feature event, Junghans fell back to a disappointing 18th place finish.

Complete results from the weekend are available at www.woolms.com


February 7th, 2014 - Junghans Featured in DirtCast.com Interview
1Modified standout turned World of Outlaws Late Model competitor Chase Junghans of Manhattan, KS joined Dirt Cast to talk about his 2013 season, his first in a Late Model, the biggest challenge he faced in moving to Late Models, his progression as a late model driver, learning from John Anderson, his decision to run for World of Outlaws Late Model Rookie of the Year, changing to Capital Race Cars, having Shane Clanton and Marshall Green in his corner and his expectations for the upcoming season. Junghans drives the #18 Shop Quick Capital.

To listen visit: http://dirtcast.com/M99u/sound-off-chase-junghans-world-of-outlaws-late-models-020714/