Devin Moran Masters
MCS for $10,000 Jim Dunn Memorial Win!
24, 2021) The Valvoline Iron-Man Late Model Northern Series
would be in action at Muskingum County Speedway in Zanesville, OH
on Saturday evening for the 39th Annual Jim Dunn Memorial and Devin
Moran would lead all forty circuits of the contest on the way to
a $10,000 victory and the victory would also be the second win for
Moran as part of the Sunoco Race Fuels $10,000 Plus Challenge Mini-Series.
The victory by Moran was his second career Valvoline
Iron-Man Late Model Northern Series victory and be his second of
the season as well. The 26-year old Moran would take the win in
a Longhorn Chassis powered by a Clements Race Engine that carries
sponsorship from Tye Twarog Performance Parts, C and W Trucking,
Big D’s Pizza, Tommy Pope Construction, M and M Painting and
Construction, Accu-Force Dynos and Testers, Eddie’s Auto,
Muskingham County Speedway, VP Racing Fuels, and Bilstein.
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Tim McCreadie Wires
Lucas Oil Field for Biggest MCS Payday!
3, 2021) Tim McCreadie led all 50 laps to pick up Saturday
Night’s Prime Solutions 50 win at Muskingum County Speedway.
McCreadie’s third series win of the season was his first ever
win at the Moran Family-promoted facility. This victory was worth
$15,000, the highest purse in the track’s history. (Heath
McCreadie’s 25th career Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series victory snapped Jonathan Davenport’s 3-race series
win streak. Kyle Bronson finished in the runner-up spot for the
second night in a row. In his debut at Muskingum County Speedway,
Spencer Hughes finished in third followed by Jonathan Davenport
and Gregg Satterlee.
McCreadie grabbed the lead at the start and went unchallenged
the entire distance despite several restarts after caution flags.
With his win from the pole position, it marked only the third time
this season that a driver won from the starting spot. Bronson ran
second for the first 15 laps of the race until Hughes forged past
him. After a restart, Bronson got back around Hughes for second,
1.6 seconds behind the winner at the finish. |
Justin Peck Prevails
for Muskingum County Speedweek Victory!
17, 2021) Round six of Cometic Gasket Ohio Sprint Speedweek
presented by Hercules Tires did not disappoint on Thursday evening
at Muskingum County Speedway, as Monrovia, Indiana’s Justin
Peck and recent Sam McGhee Motorsports acquisition, Spencer Bayston,
battled until the fat lady sang, dueling hard in the final four
circuits of the 25-lap contest with Peck earning the edge. Forced
to utilize a last-ditch effort slider in the final corner, Peck’s
FloRacing All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 victory
bumped his season total to three; four over the course of his career.
Snapping a recent dry spell, the Muskingum triumph, a $6,000 accomplishment,
resulted in Peck’s first visit to victory lane since Sharon
Speedway’s Buckeye Cup in early May. Peck now owns All Star
victories at four different facilities.
“Hats off to Spencer. That was fun,” Justin
Peck said in victory lane, driver of the Buch Motorsports/Coastal
Race Parts/No. 13 sprint car. “Hats off to these guys. We’ve
been struggling for a couple of weeks now, but to finally figure
things out is pretty awesome. It wasn’t all on their end.
I needed to figure some stuff out on my end, as well. To be a winner
during Speedweek is pretty special. Growing up wanting to be a sprint
car driver, you dream of having the chance to race Speedweek. So
to get a win is pretty cool.”
Forced to start the race, officially, in single-file
formation, a decision made by the officials after four consecutive
double-file cautions, including a red flag incident, halted action,
Spencer Bayston earned the initial jump, getting the best of pole
sitter, Cale Conley. Bayston and Conley battled hard for the first
three circuits with Bayston finally earning some separation on lap
four. Meanwhile, Peck, who started fourth on the grid, battled his
way to second by lap six, getting by Tyler Courtney and Cale Conely
in consecutive fashion to secure the position. A caution on lap
nine would halt the field one last time. |
Jim Dunn Memorial at
Muskingum County Speedway Postponed...
29, 2021) The 39th Annual Jim Dunn Memorial for the Valvoline
Iron-Man Racing Northern Series that was scheduled for today - Saturday,
May 29 - at Muskingum County Speedway in Zanesville, Ohio has been
postponed to Saturday night, July 24.
With rain currently falling in and around the area
of the track and with more in the forecast for overnight and into
the midday time range for tomorrow plus below normal temperatures,
track and series officials felt it was in the best interest of racers
and fans to postpone the event to another date. Our next show at
MCS will be a visit by the All-Star Circuit of Champion Sprint Car
Series during Ohio Sprint Speedweeks on Thursday, June 17. The 410
Sprints will be running for a $6,000 paycheck, while the Super Late
Models will pay $2,000 to win and the UMP Modifieds will pay $1,000
Season Opener at MCS
Draws Large Contingent of Competitors!
8, 2021) It was a chilly evening tonight at Muskingum County
Speedway, but the racing action was hot at the Zanesville, Ohio
oval in the 2021 season opener! The Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association
(OVSCA) invaded MCS and Kory Crabtree emerged victorious to nab
the $1,500 winner's check. Pennsylvania invader Colton Flinner also
earned a $1,500 payday in the Super Late Model division after pulling
off a thrilling last lap pass for the win. Other winner's on the
night included Kyle Moore (Modified), Tanner McLoughlin (Mod-Lite),
Larry Holbrook (Sport Mod), and Howard Rock, Jr. (4-Cylinder). Be
sure to mark your calendars for our next event on Saturday, May
29 featuring the Super Late Models gunning for a $10,000 top prize
in the annual 'Jim Dunn Memorial!' |
Start of 2021 Season
Nearing at Muskingum County Speedway!
22, 2021) Following a long off-season, the action is about
to heat up at Muskingum County Speedway! The season opener at the
storied Zanesville, Ohio facility will take place on Saturday, May
8 and will feature a visit by the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association
(OVSCA). Also on the racing card in the 2021 lid lifter will be
the Super Late Models, UMP Modifieds, Mod-Lites, Sport Mods, and
4-Cylinders. Adults will be admitted into the grandstands for $20.00
and into the pit area for $35.00. Children ages 12 and under will
be allowed into the stands for FREE and into the pits for only $20.00.
Hot Laps will take place at 5:00pm, while racing is slated to commence
at 6:00pm. We can't wait to see you again at MCS!!!
Muskingum Co. Speedway
Introduces Off-Road Championship Series
21, 2021) We are proud to introduce the inaugural MCS Off-Road
Championship Series in 2021! This will bring the best UTV and Buggy
Off-Road drivers from the surrounding states to do battle for a
Short Course Points Championship & Cross-Country Points Championship!