Quad Cities 150
Davenport Speedway | Davenport, IA
Thursday, August 25, 2022
Event Info

Quad Cities 150
August 25, 2022 to August 27, 2022
Davenport Speedway
2815 W Locust St
Davenport, IA 

Event Description
The World of Outlaws Late Models will make a second trip to Iowa in the summer with their return to Davenport Speedway. The Series will be in town for another three-night tour on the banks of the Mississippi River on Aug. 25-27. Saturday’s finale will pay $30,000-to-win for the second straight year.

For the first time ever, the Xtreme Outlaws Midgets will join the Late Models on August 26 & 27, battling for $4,000 each night.

Series Racing
World of Outlaws Late Model Series

Late Model Track Record
13.207 seconds by Bobby Pierce on 8/25/22

Support Divisions
IMCA Modifieds

To Win Amount
$10,000.00

Total Purse
$208,600.00

Feature Laps Length
40

Event Schedule
2PM Pit Gates open
5PM Grandstand Gates open
6:30PM Hot Laps/Qualifying
7:30PM Opening Ceremonies
*All times Central

Entertainment/Additional Events
Full list of events:
http://www.davenportiaspeedway.com/quadschedule/

Friday:
11a Hy-vee Nascar on display
12p Truck Show
Post-Race Truck Light Show

Saturday:
12p Truck Show, Cornhole sign up
1p Cornhole Tournament
4p-5p Autograph session with drivers from both series
Post-Race Truck Light Show

Live Music Nightly

Frequently Asked Questions
Support Divisions
IMCA Modifieds

To Win Amount
$10,000.00

Total Purse
$208,600.00

Type of Grandstand
Bleachers

Stadium Seating
Stadium seats are not allowed

Handicapped Seating
Front Row

Handicapped Parking
Front gate

Pit Age Limit
none

Personal Coolers
Coolers are prohibited.

ATMs
1

Credit Card Use
Ticket Window

Alcohol Sales
No alcohol is allowed. Beer is available for purchase.

Smoking Policy
No smoking in the grandstands

Family Section
N/A

Parking Cost
free

Camping Availability
electric hookup, non-electric, onsite, sanitary facility, showers, waste services

Camping Cost
No reservations are being taken. First come, first serve. Fees will be collected upon arrival. Tent Camping - $60 for three days, $20 extra if arriving on Wednesday. Dry Camping - $90 for three days, $30 extra if arriving on Wednesday. Hook Ups - $150 for three days, $50 extra if arriving on Wednesday.

Closest Airport
Moline

Other Airport
Mt. Joy

Track Info

Davenport Speedway
2815 W Locust St
Davenport, IA 

Track Phone
(563) 349-5044

Ticket Phone
(844) 347-8849

Track Email
[email protected]

Track Size & Type
0.250;

Competitor Info
Competitor Downloads
 https://www.dirtcarmembers.com/downloads.php

Competitor Info
Left Front (Open Tire)
(Hoosier LM30, W30) on Right Front, Left Rear, Right Rear
(LM40) Right Rear Option Saturday Only
Left front must remain on the left front all night.
{Grooving and Siping is Allowed}
** Thursday and Friday you must run the same tires all night.
** Saturday you must heat race, and run LCS on the same tires, you may change (2) tires for the Feature.


DIRTVision Highlights
Race Recap

DAVENPORT HUSTLER: Jason Feger Wins Opening Night of Quad Cities 150 at Davenport

Jason Feger made the most of a second chance Thursday night at Davenport Speedway.

It appeared heartbreak had struck the Bloomington, IL driver when he lost the lead to Devin Moran in traffic with 12 laps to go. However, Moran’s tire went flat during a caution six laps later, giving Feger the top spot again—a rare second chance he didn’t let go to waste.

From there, the “High Side Hustler” used the outside lane to stay in front, holding off a hard-charging Bobby Pierce to win night one of the Quad Cities 150 presented by Hoker Trucking with the World of Outlaws CASE Construction Equipment Late Models.

Feger stated he’ll take the win any way he can get it, having been in Moran’s position on a few occasions.

“Obviously [Moran] is really good, and he’s really good here,” Feger said. “I just kind of got stuck behind a lap car there and let him sneak by me.

“I wish I could’ve had the chance to race him a little bit better. He did a great job. I just kind of got pinned in there, so it was kind of frustrating in that aspect. It sucks for him, but it’s good for us. We’ll take it. We’ve lost plenty of them that way, so you can’t feel bad winning them that way.”

Moran, who settled for 10th, looked to be on track for his second consecutive World of Outlaws CASE Late Models victory before his tire went flat. He stated he’s already looking toward the potential $40,000 in winnings still up for grabs between Friday and Saturday.

Devin Moran in the work area
Devin Moran’s crew changes his right rear flat tire/Jacy Norgaard photo

“That’s why they call it racing,” Moran said. “It’s definitely a bummer. There’s just a lot of things that’s happened to us the last few days. The truck tires blew out, another car broke down, and that happened.

“But we’ll just suck it up and make sure everything’s ready for [Friday] and Saturday and hopefully take advantage of a fast race car.”

While Feger inherited the lead from Moran, he still had another challenge before the race was over—Pierce.

The “Smooth Operator” swung underneath Feger on the final lap to try and beat him to the finish line, but Feger held his ground and let his momentum carry him to the $10,000 prize.

Feger stated he felt like he was hanging on at the end, fighting through handling issues.

“The crumbs here really get your tires overheated,” Feger said. “I felt horrible at the end. I felt so bad I thought my tire was flat. If you look at it, it looks fine. It just must’ve been overheating. But you just have to tell yourself that everyone probably feels that bad.

“After talking with Bobby and stuff, he said he felt the same thing. Then you just kind of have to do the best you can with an ill-handling race car.”

Bobby Pierce and Jason Feger
Bobby Pierce digs low to try and pass Jason Feger for the lead/Jacy Norgaard photo

Pierce crossed the line second—half a car short of scoring his third World of Outlaws win of 2022.

The Oakwood, IL, driver stated he hoped to have the chance to pull a slide job but couldn’t get as close as he wanted.

“If I was going to do a slider, it would’ve been coming to the white flag in Turn 1,” Pierce said. “I was trying to get the perfect situation where I was like right on his bumper, but every time we came off the corner, it wasn’t quite there.

“I was catching something in (Turns) 3 and 4, and it was allowing me to get close, but by the time I got down the straightaway, I just wasn’t really confident I was close enough.”

Tanner English, the Rookie of the Race, grabbed the final spot on the podium. The Benton, KY driver said his strategy in the Feature worked perfectly.

“I was waiting for [the inside] to come around,” English said. “I was just hanging on there in the Heat Race and waited for it to come around in this Feature, and that’s kind of my deal. I’m pretty good down there, I rotate the bottom good and set up for it, and the car came alive, and I passed a bunch of cars.”

English also made significant gains in the Series championship and Rookie of the Year battle.

Tanner English
Tanner English made significant gain in championship standings/Jacy Norgaard photo

He now trails Dennis Erb Jr., who finished 11th, by 148 points in the championship standings, while leading Max Blair, who finished 15th, in the Rookie of the Year battle by 50 points.

Ashton Winger, from Hampton, GA, finished fourth—his first Series top five since joining Big Frog Motorsports last month.

The 2020 Series Rookie of the Year said he’s happy with his finish as he goes through a learning curve with his new team.

“We’re still kind of getting back in the swing of things,” Winger said. “This deal is so relatively new to me and getting interviewed seems like it’s starting to get new again.

“I always kind of struggle here at Feature time whenever you have to have forward drive and chase the racetrack around. I get married to that cushion, and I can only hit it right two out of every maybe three laps.”

Billy Moyer, a three-time Series champion, rounded out the top five. It’s the Batesville, AR driver’s best finish since getting behind the wheel of the Tim Lance-owned car.

“We’ve ran a few times, it just seems like we’ve really been snake-bit with a lot of problems since I’ve been driving Tim’s car,” Moyer said. “Finally, tonight, we got to finish and move forward from where we started from. It’s a new car, and I think I’ve only ran this car once and I’m learning it. So, I think I feel really good about everything we’re learning as we go.”

Jason Feger didn’t let his second chance slip away Thursday night at Davenport Speedway, despite a victory appearing out of reach. His fortune gave him momentum and confidence with $40,000 in winnings still up for grabs the rest of the weekend.

UP NEXT: The Most Powerful Late Models on the Planet return to Davenport Speedway for night 2 of the Quad Cities 150 presented by Hoker Trucking. The Series will run another 40-lap, $10,000-to-win Feature. The Xtreme Outlaw Midgets presented by Toyota will join the World of Outlaws CASE Late Models the next two nights.

If you can’t make it to the track, watch all the action live on DIRTVision – either online on with the DIRTVision App

Here are the top five in Quad Cities 150 points heading into Friday’s action:

  1. Bobby Pierce 743
  2. Jason Feger 739
  3. Ashton Winger 738
  4. Billy Moyer 726
  5. Tanner English 719

CASE Construction Feature (40 Laps): 1. 25F-Jason Feger[2]; 2. 32-Bobby Pierce[8]; 3. 81E-Tanner English[10]; 4. 58-Ashton Winger[1]; 5. 21-Billy Moyer Sr[6]; 6. 18-Shannon Babb[7]; 7. 7R-Kent Robinson[3]; 8. 16-Tyler Bruening[14]; 9. 99JR-Frank Heckenast Jr[11]; 10. 9-Devin Moran[4]; 11. 28-Dennis Erb Jr[19]; 12. 19R-Ryan Gustin[5]; 13. 25-Shane Clanton[17]; 14. 32S-Chris Simpson[15]; 15. 111V-Max Blair[22]; 16. B1-Brent Larson[23]; 17. 99-Jeff Larson[20]; 18. 42-Chad Finley[21]; 19. 11-Gordy Gundaker[13]; 20. 11T-Trevor Gundaker[18]; 21. 99B-Boom Briggs[16]; 22. 1-Josh Richards[24]; 23. 29-Spencer Diercks[12]; 24. 25S-Chad Simpson[9] FOX FACTORY HARD CHARGER: Dennis Erb Jr. [+8]

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Entries
World of Outlaws Late Model Entries
World of Outlaws Sprint Car Entries
Results
Feature Results
POSStart+/-#DriverLapsBehindLedStatusPointsMoney
12+125FJason Feger 400.00034Running150$10,000
28+632Bobby Pierce 40-0.180Running146$6,000
310+781ETanner English 40-1.997Running144$3,500
41-358Ashton Winger 40-3.798Running142$2,800
56+121Billy Moyer Sr40-4.738Running140$2,500
67+118Shannon Babb 40-5.237Running138$2,300
73-47RKent Robinson 40-5.544Running136$2,200
814+616Tyler Bruening 40-5.585Running134$2,100
911+299JRFrank Heckenast Jr40-5.842Running132$2,050
104-69Devin Moran 40-6.1796Running130$2,000
1119+828Dennis Erb Jr40-6.303Running128$1,600
125-719RRyan Gustin 40-6.783Running126$1,400
1317+425Shane Clanton 40-7.339Running124$1,200
1415+132SChris Simpson 40-7.468Running122$1,100
1522+7111VMax Blair 40-7.904Running120$1,050
1623+7B1Brent Larson 40-8.605Running118$1,000
1720+399Jeff Larson 39-1 LapsRunning116$1,000
1821+342Chad Finley 39-1 LapsRunning114$1,000
1913-611Gordy Gundaker 39-1 LapsRunning112$1,000
2018-211TTrevor Gundaker 39-1 LapsRunning110$1,000
2116-599BBoom Briggs 38-2 LapsRunning108$1,000
2224+21Josh Richards 38-2 LapsRunning106$1,000
2312-1129Spencer Diercks 29-11 LapsDNF104$1,000
249-1525SChad Simpson 5-35 LapsDNF102$1,000
Micro-Lite Last Chance Showdown Results
POSStart+/-#DriverLapsBehindLedStatusPointsMoney
13+225Shane Clanton 100.0009Running0$0
26+428Dennis Erb Jr10-2.072Running0$0
32-142Chad Finley 10-2.9351Running0$0
4403SBrian Shirley 10-3.655Running90$110
55028MJimmy Mars 10-4.640Running90$110
68+251Matt Furman 10-8.185Running90$110
77055CChad Mahder 10-8.733Running90$110
810+253Andrew Kosiski 10-10.263Running90$110
911+291Michael Guldenpfenning 6-4 LapsDNF90$110
109-117Tim Simpson 3-7 LapsDNF90$110
111-1022Daniel Hilsabeck 0-10 LapsDNS90$110
Micro-Lite Last Chance Showdown 2 Results
POSStart+/-#DriverLapsBehindLedStatusPointsMoney
11011TTrevor Gundaker 150.0001Running0$0
23+199Jeff Larson 15-0.300Running0$0
35+2111VMax Blair 15-0.992Running0$0
44031KKye Blight 15-1.475Running90$200
57+21Josh Richards 15-1.802Running0$0
66015KJustin Kay 15-3.740Running90$200
78+110Paul Parker 15-8.631Running90$200
811+342HJohnathan Huston 15-9.700Running90$200
910+138Thomas Hunziker 14-1 LapsRunning90$200
102-849Jake Timm 14-1 Laps9Running90$200
119-2B1Brent Larson 11-4 LapsDNF0$0
Heat 1 Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
11058Ashton Winger 80.0008Running
22018Shannon Babb 8-1.595Running
34+125SChad Simpson 8-2.991Running
43-111Gordy Gundaker 8-4.243Running
55022Daniel Hilsabeck 0-8 LapsRunning
67+125Shane Clanton 8-5.185Running
76-128MJimmy Mars 8-6.326Running
89+155CChad Mahder 8-9.061Running
98-117Tim Simpson 6-2 LapsRunning
1010091Michael Guldenpfenning 0-8 LapsDNS
Heat 2 Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
12+125FJason Feger 80.0008Running
21-119RRyan Gustin 8-0.488Running
34+199JRFrank Heckenast Jr8-0.981Running
43-132SChris Simpson 8-1.410Running
56+142Chad Finley 8-2.202Running
65-13SBrian Shirley 8-2.479Running
77028Dennis Erb Jr8-2.791Running
88051Matt Furman 8-6.716Running
99053Andrew Kosiski 0-8 LapsDNS
Heat 3 Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
12+19Devin Moran 80.0008Running
21-132Bobby Pierce 8-3.366Running
34+181ETanner English 8-4.754Running
46+216Tyler Bruening 8-5.948Running
53-211TTrevor Gundaker 8-6.668Running
68+299Jeff Larson 8-7.183Running
75-2111VMax Blair 8-8.489Running
87-11Josh Richards 8-8.847Running
990B1Brent Larson 8-11.961Running
1010042HJohnathan Huston 8-15.275Running
Heat 4 Results
Pos.Start+/-#DriverLaps CompletedBehindLaps LedStatus
13+27RKent Robinson 80.0008Running
21-121Billy Moyer Sr8-2.606Running
35+229Spencer Diercks 8-4.325Running
42-299BBoom Briggs 8-5.704Running
54-149Jake Timm 8-6.068Running
66031KKye Blight 8-7.012Running
77015KJustin Kay 8-8.044Running
88010Paul Parker 8-10.199Running
99038Thomas Hunziker 8-11.971Running
My Place Hotels Qualifying Results
POSStartCarDriverHometownTimeDifference
1258Ashton Winger Senoia, GA13.3780.000
21419RRyan Gustin Marshalltown, IA13.398-0.020
31018Shannon Babb Moweaqua, IL13.425-0.047
4925FJason Feger Bloomington, IL13.464-0.086
51111Gordy Gundaker St. Charles, MO13.564-0.186
6532SChris Simpson Oxford, IA13.580-0.202
7725SChad Simpson Mt. Vernon, IA13.607-0.229
81299JRFrank Heckenast JrFrankfort, IL13.638-0.260
91622Daniel Hilsabeck Earlham, IA13.675-0.297
10153SBrian Shirley Chatham, IL13.687-0.309
111728MJimmy Mars Menomonie, WI13.700-0.322
12842Chad Finley St Johns, MI13.729-0.351
131325Shane Clanton Zebulon, GA13.731-0.353
141928Dennis Erb JrCarpentersville, IL13.795-0.417
151817Tim Simpson Iowa City, IA14.417-1.039
16451Matt Furman Iowa City, IA14.438-1.060
17355CChad Mahder Bloomer, WI14.476-1.098
18653Andrew Kosiski Lavista, NE14.769-1.391
19191Michael Guldenpfenning Muscatine, IA14.769-1.391
My Place Hotels Qualifying Flight 2 Results
POSStartCarDriverHometownTimeDifference
11932Bobby Pierce Oakwood, IL13.2070.000
21721Billy Moyer SrBatesville, AR13.365-0.158
389Devin Moran Dresden, OH13.491-0.284
41399BBoom Briggs Bear Lake, PA13.512-0.305
5511TTrevor Gundaker St. Charles, MO13.631-0.424
6127RKent Robinson Bloomington, IN13.642-0.435
7681ETanner English Benton, KY13.672-0.465
8149Jake Timm Winona, MN13.702-0.495
916111VMax Blair Centerville, PA13.717-0.510
101529Spencer Diercks Davenport, IA13.745-0.538
11716Tyler Bruening Decorah, IA13.778-0.571
121031KKye Blight Katanning, WAU13.807-0.600
13141Josh Richards Shinnston, WV13.844-0.637
14215KJustin Kay Wheatland, IA13.889-0.682
151199Jeff Larson Freeport, IL13.959-0.752
16410Paul Parker Kaukauna, WI14.119-0.912
173B1Brent Larson Lake Elmo, MN14.289-1.082
181838Thomas Hunziker Bend, OR14.390-1.183
19942HJohnathan Huston Columbus Junction, IA14.401-1.194

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