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July 27, 2019 - Junghans Lands Top 10 Finish in PDC at FALS
aWednesday night saw Chase Junghans in action at Davenport Speedway (Davenport, Iowa) competing in a field of 25 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series entries. Following the fourth fastest lap in time trials, Chase posted a runner-up finish in his heat behind Jimmy Owens securing his spot into the opening night feature. Starting in 5th, Junghans held his spot for all 40-laps notching a 5th place finish behind Jimmy Owens, Brandon Sheppard, Cade Dillard, and Shane Clanton.

aOn Friday evening Junghans followed the World of Outlaws to Fairbury Speedway (Fairbury, Illinois) for the 30th annual Prairie Dirt Classic. Drawing 72 cars for a round of preliminary features, Chase locked his spot into the show with the third fastest time in his group. With $2,500 on the line, Chase Junghans slipped back to a 6th place outing in the 25-lap affair. (Heath Lawson photo)

Starting on the pole of his B-Main on Saturday night, Chase cruised to a 20-lap consolation victory which positioned him 18th on the starting grid for the $30,000-to-win finale. Breaking into the Top-10, Chase Junghans improved eight spots in the 100-lapper reeling in a 10th place finish.

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

July 20, 2019 - 6th Place Finish in Go 50 at I-80
aOn Tuesday evening Chase Junghans visited Brown County Speedway (Aberdeen, South Dakota) for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) sanctioned Bullet Sportswear Shootout. In a field of 24 cars, Junghans locked his spot into the opening night feature with a 7th place finish in his heat. Gaining 11 spots in the 50-lap affair, Chase notched a 10th place finish.

aAfter Mother Nature wiped out Wednesday’s program at Jackson Motorplex (Jackson, Minnesota), Chase followed the LOLMDS to I-80 Speedway (Greenwood, Nebraska) on Thursday for the Malvern Bank Go 50. Grabbing the 4th and final transfer spot in his heat, Junghans earned the 13th-starting position for the A-Main. Coming one spot shy of a Top-5 finish, Chase improved seven spots to place 6th. (Heath Lawson photo)

aReturning on Friday evening for the two-day Imperial Tile Silver Dollar Nationals, Chase followed up an 8th place finish in his first heat with a 7th place spot in his second round. Transferring into the B-Main on Saturday night for another shot at the $53,000-to-win finale, Junghans logged a 14th place outing. Earning a spot into the S&S Showdown Non-Qualifiers race for one last shot at the show, Junghans recorded a 5th place finish.

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July 14, 2019 - Junghans Grabs Second Win of the Season at Red Cedar
aChase Junghans has been knocking on the door of Victory Lane with the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series throughout the season in his Shop Quik Convenience Stores #18 Bozard Ford Lincoln/XR1 Rocket Chassis/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model.

On Sunday night the Kansas racer was able to get over the hump as he raced to the $10,000 triumph at Wisconsin’s Red Cedar Speedway.

“We’ve been close all year. We just finally got to put a complete night together,” Junghans said in WoO Victory Lane after claiming his third-career win with the tour. “I only saw the [Rocket] 1 car one time out of the corner of my eye. But those guys are damn good, and it feels really good to beat them. They’ll be on their A-game when we start racing again, so we’ve just got to keep our heads down and keep on chugging along.”

Junghans had to encounter heavy lapped traffic as he paced all 50 laps of the finale.

“There were lapped cars left and right, and I was trying to look at my crew guy to see how big of lead I had at one point,” he said. “But when you’re on the top and you’re bouncing off that cushion, it’s hard to be consistent. But this car was phenomenal tonight.

“This win is dedicated to my family, my crew, my sponsors, and everybody who supports my program. Hopefully this is the first of many to come for the rest of the year.”

Chase wrapped up a busy week of action with WoO on Sunday evening at Red Cedar Speedway (Menomonie, Wisconsin) as the series made its debut at the clay oval. Junghans started his night by recording the second fastest lap in time trials before picking up a 10-lap heat race victory.

aStarting outside front row for the feature, Junghans jumped to the lead as the race went green. He encountered lapped traffic often and early throughout the 50 lapper en route to his first WoO win of the year and his second overall triumph of the season. Junghans received $10,000 for his winning performance, which came over Shane Clanton, Ricky Weiss, Brandon Sheppard, and Cade Dillard. (Charlie Weber photo

Junghans kicked off the week of WoO action on Tuesday evening with a sixth-place finish at ABC Raceway (Ashland, Wisconsin) in the Red’s Auto Badgerland 50.

Returning to action on Friday evening at River Cities Speedway (Grand Forks, North Dakota), Chase posted a third-place finish in his heat race, which positioned him eighth on the starting grid for the feature. With $10,000 on the line, Junghans crossed the finish line in ninth.

On Saturday night at Ogilvie Raceway (Ogilvie, Minnesota), Junghans secured his spot into the show with a runner-up performance in his heat behind Darrell Lanigan. Battling the handle on his entry in the 50-lap finale, Chase slipped to a 13th-place finish.

Chase sits in fifth in the latest World of Outlaw point standings. For more results from this event, please visit

July 6, 2019 - Pair of Top 5 Finishes with World of Outlaws
aChase Junghans followed the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series to Independence Motor Speedway (Independence, Iowa) on Friday night for the $10,000 top prize. In a field of 21 cars, Junghans laid down the third fastest time overall in qualifying before placing 2nd in his heat behind Brandon Sheppard. Earning the 5th-starting position for the opening night feature, Chase improved two spots to place 3rd behind Sheppard and Chris Simpson with Brent Larson and Tyler Bruening rounding out the Top-5. (Mike Ruefer photo)

aOn Saturday night at Deer Creek Speedway (Spring Valley, Minnesota) for the Gopher 50, Chase secured his spot into the $10,000-to-win finale with a runner-up finish in his heat behind Shane Clanton. Starting in 4th, Junghans dropped one spot in the 50-lapper notching a 5th place finish behind Brandon Sheppard, Ricky Weiss, Jimmy Mars, and Darrell Lanigan.

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