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August 24, 2019 - Podium Finish in Dirt Million Finale at Mansfield
aChase Junghans enjoyed a successful weekend during the second annual Dirt Million in his Shop Quik Convenience Stores No. 18 Bozard Ford Lincoln/XR1 Rocket Chassis/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model. (Heath Lawson photos)

The Kansas racer registered back-to-back runner-up finishes in preliminary action at Ohio’s Mansfield Motor Speedway on Thursday and Friday before racing to a third-place finish in Saturday night’s mega finale.

“I probably should have tried to get up there and get around Jonathan [Davenport], and then it might have been a different story [in the 100-lap finale],” Junghans said. “Our cars were good all weekend. It’s kind of disappointing running third because I feel like we should have won. But we’ve just got to keep a good notebook and hopefully get a clean-sweep next year.

“My team has been working so hard this year, and I’m as confident as I’ve ever been in the driver’s seat. We’ll head to the next one and try to knock down some more wins.”

aOn Thursday evening Chase Junghans kicked off the second annual Dirt Million presented by Arizona Sport Shirts at Mansfield Motor Speedway (Mansfield, Ohio) as the field was split into duel $10,000-to-win programs. Drawing 56 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) entries for the opening round of the three-day Dirt Million, Junghans laid down the fastest lap in his time trial group before recording a runner-up finish in his heat race.

Starting the $10,000-to-win, 30-lap A-Main in the sixth position, Chase improved four spots to register a second-place finish behind Jonathan Davenport with Bobby Pierce, Ricky Weiss, and Mike Marlar trailing them to the checkers.

aThe following night found another round of preliminary features being contested, and Junghans advanced one position in his heat race to pick up the 10-lap victory. Earning the third-starting position for his preliminary feature, Chase gained one spot in the 30-lapper, scoring a runner-up finish behind Mike Marlar with Michael Norris, Jonathan Davenport, and Tyler Erb rounding out the Top-5.

Via his runner-up finishes in his preliminary features Chase locked into Saturday night’s pole-sitter’s dash, where he registered a third-place finish, which positioned him third on the starting grid for the $101,626-to-win finale.

After working his way up to the second position and challenging early race-leader Jonathan Davenport for the top spot, Junghans ultimately settled into a third-place finish behind Brandon Sheppard and Mike Marlar with Jimmy Owens and Ricky Weiss completing the Top-5 finishers.

Chase claimed a handsome $33,875 for his third-place finish in the finale.

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August 17, 2019 - Junghans Follows World of Outlaws on Eastern Swing
aFriday night brought 30 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series competitors to Williams Grove Speedway (Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania) kicking off three-nights of action. Recording a 3rd place finish in his heat, Junghans earned the 9th-starting position for the $10,000-to-win A-Main. Coming one spot shy of a Top-5 finish, Chase passed three cars to place 6th.

aOn Saturday evening at Port Royal Speedway (Port Royal, Pennsylvania), Chase laid down the second fastest lap in his time trial group before streaking to an 8-lap heat race victory. Starting the 40-lap feature in 3rd, Junghans dropped four positions registering a 7th place finish. (Barry Lenhart photo)

Sunday night's event at Eriez Speedway (Erie, Pennsylvania) fell victim to Mother Nature.

Chase sits in fourth in the latest World of Outlaw point standings. For more results from these events, please visit

August 3, 2019 - Runner-up Finish at Plymouth Speedway; 11th Place Finish in USA Nationals at Cedar Lake
aChase Junghans followed the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series to Plymouth Dirt Track (Plymouth, Wisconsin) on Monday evening competing in a field of 33 cars. Passing two cars in his heat race, Chase posted a 2nd place finish behind Tyler Bruening which positioned him 8th on the starting grid for the opening night feature. With $10,000 on the line, Junghans snuck past race-leader Brandon Sheppard for one circuit amid lapped-traffic but settled with a runner-up spot behind Sheppard with Ricky Weiss, Brian Shirley, and Dennis Erb Jr. trailing them to the checkers. (Jim DenHamer photo)

aThe following night at Shawano Speedway (Shawano, Wisconsin) for the Sundrop Shootout, Junghans laid down the third fastest lap overall in time trials before picking up an 8-lap heat race victory. Starting the main event in 4th, Chase fell two spots to place 4th behind Shane Clanton, Brandon Sheppard, and Jimmy Mars with Nick Anvelink coming in 5th.

aOn Thursday afternoon at Cedar Lake Speedway (New Richmond, Wisconsin) kicking off the 32nd annual USA Nationals, Chase came up one spot short of a transfer position in his heat with a 4th place finish. Streaking to a 10-lap consolation victory, Junghans earned the 18th-starting position for the $6,000-to-win preliminary feature. Passing six cars in the 50-lap affair, Chase Junghans recorded a 12th place outing.

Returning on Friday afternoon for a pair of heat races, Junghans jumped up one spot in his first heat recording a 4th place finish. Dropping two spots in the second round, Chase logged a 7th place finish which positioned him 29th in overall passing points.

Transferring into the B-Main on Saturday afternoon for another shot at the $50,000-to-win finale, Chase fell one spot short forcing him to rely on a provisional into the show. Coming one spot shy of a Top-10 finish, Chase Junghans advanced through the field 12 positions reeling in a 11th place finish.

Chase has climbed to fourth in the latest World of Outlaw point standings. For more results from these events, please visit