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June 29th, 2014 - Junghans Makes Stop at Lincoln for Summer Nationals
1As the team headed home from a busy weekend with the WoO Late Model Series the made a stop at Lincoln Speedway (Lincoln, Illinois). A $5,000-to-win UMP DIRTCar Summer Nationals event was contested, as thirty-three Super Late Models filled the pit area. Chase enjoyed an exceptional outing, starting the night off with a heat race win to lock into the third starting spot for the feature.

When the race went green, front row started Brady Smith took the lead followed by Brian Shirley and Junghans. When the frontrunners entered lapped traffic, they moved higher on the track, allowing Junghans to slide underneath both of the on the sixteenth lap. Junghans began to pull away and was firmly in command as the field saw the halfway signal. But four laps later disaster would strike for the Manhattan, Kansas driver in his Summer Nationals debut. As Junghans tried to slip under the slower car of Mike Spatola he spun and lost his chance at victory. He charged back to a solid sixth place finish behind race winner, Brady Smith, Brian Birkhofer, Brian Shirley, Dennis Erb Jr., and Ryan Unzicker.

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


June 28th, 2014 - Chase Junghans Enters 8th Annual Firecracker 100
1Chase and the team traveled to Lernerville Speedway (Sarver, Pennsylvania) on Thursday evening for the opening round of the 8th Annual Firecracker 100. A talent-laden field of fifty-five Super Late Model registered for the $6,000-to-win, World of Outlaws (WoO) program. Chase struggled to fine the setup on his entry in the heat race and b-main, forcing him to utilize a series' emergency provisional to lock into the 28th starting spot. In the 30 lap main event Junghans raced his way to finish 25th in the final rundown.

Friday night's $6,000-to-win preliminary program once again found Junghans struggling early on. He finished fifth in his heat race, sending him to a b-main where he finished second, earning him the 24th starting spot for the feature. He went on to finish 22nd at the checkered flag.

On Saturday the $30,000-to-win finale was contested for the 8th Annual Firecracker 100. Chase earned the fifth starting spot for his heat race via his efforts during the preliminary nights. He went on to finish fifth in the heat, which left him short of locking into the main event and sent him to a b-main. Junghans finished second in the b-main behind Mike Benedum to lock into the 24th starting spot for the 100 lap feature. He ultimately retired from the finale to a 29th place finish.

Chase is second in the latest Rookie of the Year standings and tenth in the overall points. Complete results from the weekend can be found at www.WoOLMS.com


June 24th, 2014 - Junghans Resumes World of Outlaws Competition
1After a break from the action, Chase Junghans resumed competition with the World of Outlaws (WoO) Late Model Series on Tuesday evening. Thirty-one entries registered to battle for an $8,000 top prize as the tour invaded Big Diamond Speedway (Pottsville, Pennsylvania). Chase qualified ninth in time trials and went on to finish fourth in his heat race, earning him the twelfth starting spot on the feature grid. During the course of the 40 lap finale, Junghans battled around mid-pack throughout much of the event before settling to a nineteenth place finish at the checkered flag.

Chase is second in the latest Rookie of the Year standings and tenth in the overall points. Complete results from the weekend can be found at www.WoOLMS.com


June 7th, 2014 - Chase Junghans Competes in DLM Dream at Eldora
1Chase Junghans entered the opening round of the 20th Annual Dirt Late Model Dream 100 on Thursday evening at the famed Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio).

Seventy-eight entries were on hand for the preliminary event as the field was divided into a pair of $2,500-to-win programs. Junghans battled the setup on his #18 Shop Quik Racing/Capital/Jay Dickens Racing Engine Super Late Model, and failed to reach a transfer position bringing his night to an early end.

Friday night action at Eldora Speedway saw another round of preliminary events contested for the 20th Annual Dirt Late Model Dream 100. The field was once again split in half, and the winner's purse increased to $5,000. Chase failed to reach a transfer spot in his heat race, leaving him to run a b-main. Junghans finished seventh in the b-main but only the top four finishers advanced to the 25 lap finale, bringing his night to an early end.

The weekend came to a close on Saturday night with the $100,000-to-win finale for the mega event. Chase and the team continued to battle the setup on their entry, and once again fell short of reaching a transfer spot into the 100 lap finale.

Full results from the weekend can be found at www.EldoraSpeedway.com