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Ryan Heuser needs a victory at Texas! The 2024 Champion stands 42nd in points after three-straight DNF's and four consecutive finishes outside the top-34! This is the worst start of a reigning Series Champion, but the speed is there. The #138 Chevrolet has led 38 or more laps in the three events they've failed to finish. They haven't started outside the top-half of the field all year, qualifying on the outside front-row for Texas in hopes of a masterful performance! Heuser currently stands 74 points behind 35th-place Michael Henson. If he can't bridge the gap, he'll have to qualify to make the show for Richmond next week. Ryan Heuser missing the field at a short track is like a Ben Geer interview without coffee cakes in his hand. It just doesn't happen.


Steve Inkman qualified for the first five events, grinding his way to 17th in the standings after a bonzai-miracle start to the season! This week, he misses the field, finishing dead-last in the 67-lap pre-qualifier. He and Mark Heron were one race away from clinching the top-35 before the provisional cutoff, and both have been handed an opportunity. Ken Joynt won the pre-qualifier, handing Canadian teammate Mark Heron the reigns to the SKOAL Bandit. Inkman will take over the Kelpo-cam Dodge, with Tony Gunk on the sidelines after a masterful qualifying performance. Former Bonanza Series driver Lenny Hill will attempt to spot "Big-Ink" to his third top-10 of the year! Hopefully the new colors won't throw him off.


John Tharp pulls off a miracle! Five races without a top-10, yet his top-tier independent Toyota team stands 5th in the standings. The lack of headlines could turn into the biggest story in Extravaganza, looking to win the Series Championship without as single top-10 finish. Tharp will start in 24th spot, hoping to gain 13 positions and earn his fourth 11th-place result in six races. If not, a victory will suffice. Last year's winner Zakk Miller will start on his inside. Here is his results so far:

Daytona: 11th
California: 16th
Homestead: 11th
Rockingham: 11th
Atlanta: 17th


Friday, March 22nd, 6:00 ET

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Qualifying Results

Zach Michael wins his first pole since Phoenix in 2022! Teammate Zakk Miller won the event last year, looking to take his Bepis Mustang to the forefront in a Team Danger Zone 1-2 finish. Steven Spears also qualified inside the top-10 in hopes of gaining 23 points on Michael Henson for 35th in the standings. Zach will have to hold off a hungry Ryan Heuser to lead the first lap, with William Perry drafting behind in his second-straight third-place qualifying effort. Perry and Heuser were involved in an early crash while leading the field last week at Atlanta. Expect them to be aggressive again, with both drivers in dire straits entering the race outside the top-35.

Dan Johnston bought a honey bun with an expiration date of 1909. Convincing him it was a typo was not to be, gluing it to his dashboard in fear of having to eat the thing. "If we don't make the top-35, they'll will shove it down my windpipe." Other drivers in fear of missing the field next week at Richmond include Champion's Ryan Heuser and Logan Sheets, currently 41st and 42nd in the standings:

Points Standings (After 5 of 36 Events)

27. Bill Werkheiser: +66
28. Mark Heron: +55
29. Trae Larkin: +50
30. Dan Johnston: +49
31. Matthew Dominique: +43
32. Jimmie Stevens: +35
33. Alan Nesfeder: +18
34. Rob Scarberry: +14
35. Michael Henson: +10

36. William Perry: -10
37. Jonathan Skrabacz: -11
38. Chauncey Redmond Jr.: -18
39. Steven Spears: -23
40. Geno Sphere: -38
41. Logan Sheets: -54
42. Ryan Heuser: -74

Friday, March 22nd, 6:00 ET

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South of Dawsonville and north of the Locust Grove lies Atlanta Motor Speedway. A pole time of 206+ for Zakk Miller and the Danger Zone group, looking for two-in-a-row for the organization. Nobody in 2024 has completed every lap so far, with Craig Lee leading the points by 32 despite finishing a lap down at Homestead and Rockingham. Look for more drivers to stay in contention today.

Race Results

Points Standings

Race Recap

William Perry high-horsed past Zakk Miller and Bink Lucas to lead the first lap, setting a precedent of underdogs showing early speed. Miller would drop back, meandering inside the top-10. Dan Johnston scraped the frontstretch wall towards the back with Mark Heron blowing a right-front tire, becoming the first two cars to drop down a lap. Up front, it was Ryan Heuser and Alan Nesfeder tag-teaming past the #70 for the lead.

The opening run was dominated by Heuser, Nesfeder and Johnny Reed Foley. Perry, Ken Pettit, Matthew Dominique, John Battista and Trae Larkin were able to keep pace by the lap 50 mark, all with a shot to exit the pits as the leader. Rockingham winner Markell Murphy would blow a right front tire, going down two laps with Tony Gunk also in danger.

An immaculate battle-swap by the #138, #78 and #3 set the tone, ending with 57 lead changes. After pit stops, only Trae Larkin and William Perry came out with them, both showing dominant speed despite their lack of resources. The #00 and #70 were on the charge.

Lap 91 saw Trae Larkin take the lead for the third time in 2024. He passed Ryan Heuser, the driver he replaced in 2022 after his injury at Homestead. Larkin drove the #138 in three events that year, finishing 7th at Rockingham, 17th at Atlanta, and 11th at Texas. This prompted the opportunity to go Extravaganza Racing the following year with Fanta, currently working out beautifully despite his struggles in 2023.

Larkin would take the lead again on lap 14 and set the pace through the next green flag stop. He and William Perry came out three-seconds ahead of the rest of the field, both looking for top-5 finishes for the first time in ages. Larkin has never recorded one, with Perry's last coming at Daytona in 2021 for PHR. Perry's last victory came at Martinsville in 2016, hoping to recapture former glory at Extravaganza's fastest speedway.

Mortifying devastation occurred on lap 138. Trae Larkin and William Perry ran up on Chauncey Redmond's battered #64. Redmond came down, sending Larkin into the #70 and spinning violently through the turn-1 apron. Both drivers sandwiched up the banking, catapulting the #70 into the air. Larkin got hit by Alan Nesfeder as he slid down the bank. Perry was t-boned in the rear by Ryan Heuser, sending points leader Craig Lee into the outside wall after the ricochet. Only Lee would continue on. Heuser dropped to 42nd in points after his third straight DNF. Larkin and Perry ended their days in agony after immaculate speed, pulling away from the field in what was deemed "day of the underdog". From here, the Extravaganza Series dominators would race for the win.

After the hearbreak of the millennium was through, the racing continued. David Butterworth threw his horseshoe at the stake and missed, taking two tires to lead three laps and drop towards the rear. Johnny Reed Foley, John Battista, Zakk Miller and Ken Pettit all stayed in touch with the lead group, with Foley earning another Halfway Bacon-Bonus.

The Fenway Frank machine went for a smoke-screen spin in turn-3 after contact with Dalton Lucas. They were battling for 15th. Rockingham dominator Dan Johnston walloped the radiator of the #12, with Ben Geer and David Butterworth slamming into the two spinning cars. All four drivers including Bill Werkheiser would fail to continue, leaving 35 cars still left on the track.

Dave Miller meandered from 7th to 1st in eight laps to steal the lead away from John Battista. Alex Crapser nabbed the advantage just ... Read more »

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Qualifying Results

A victory on Friday and a pole today! Team Danger Zone is back on the heap, ready for ultimate horsepower with Zakk Miller's 26.750 second lap. That averages about 331 kilometers per hour, much faster than the Late Model SCUM's race (Super Crown Ultra Modified's) in Woodstock that he ran with Cristian Torres and John Battista last night. Miller's led in three of the first four events. He has qualified progressively better in every race so far, a trend that will end next week unless he grids zeroth like the late Rollie Kline in 1992 (Famous Rollie's World segment).


Dakota Wilkins won from the pole at Auto Club! Markell Murphy won from the pole at The Rock! Zakk Miller sweats out the immaculate lap, hoping to turn his dominant time-trial into a 500-mile masterpiece! If he can do it, it will be the first time since 1996 that three-straight pole-winners go on to victory lane. Last year's pole-sitter Ziggy Moonglow pulled off a similar domination lap in time trials last year, winning his first career Extravaganza Series pole Cinderella style!
This year, he misses the field. The #02 entry has earned top-30's in every race he's qualified in, currently ahead of Champion Ryan Heuser and Steven Spears in points despite missing the Daytona 500. This is a heavy blow for the team, with "Fanta Man" Trae Larkin making his fifth-straight race with parallel success.


Ryan Heuser stands 42nd in points after his second-straight crash, along with his third-straight finish outside the top-34! Fortunately, the four-time Champion won this event last year, hoping to regain his regular success before the hole becomes too steep. His teammate Craig Lee re-captured the points lead after Alex Crapser, Johnny Reed Foley, Tony Pizzaro and Zakk Miller all fell late in the Jiffy Pop 400. Look for the two teammates to dominate the Atlanta event. One out of momentum and grit. One out of desperation and unwillingness to quit!

Friday, March 15th, 6:00 ET

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Alex Crapser comes in as the points leader after Craig Lee's blown tire at Homestead! He'll grid inside the top-6 for a fourth straight week, rolling off behind his former crew chief Jeremy Hebel for the first time in their Extravaganza careers. He, Rob Scarberry and Trae Larkin look to upset the field after showing speed all weekend at The Rock!

Race Results

Points Standings

Race Recap

Rick Jackson, Johnny Reed Foley and Bink Lucas crashed hard in qualifying, starting dead-last while giving the grandstands a field day for the first 50 laps. The Crown Royal and AC Delco machines roamed through with beer cans and demonic swag flying through the air. Up front, the Team Danger Zone duo of Markell Murphy and Zakk Miller led the field to the green.

Jeremy Hebel led his second career race with former compatriot Alex Crapser following through. The current points leader took the lead after an early Geno Sphere and Bink Lucas crash, only to blow a tire after the restart. The #04 would lose a lap, handing the top-spot to Matt Raboin.

Timothy McDonnell's pit crew put him in position to nab the lead on lap 11, traversing from 19th to first and staying there through lap 29. Ryan Heuser took the spot in an eventual 1-2 Quicksilver dominion, traversing between he and Craig Lee until the second caution. Mark Heron and Ben Geer spun off of turn-4, collecting Rob Scarberry and Geno Sphere in the process. The #444, #01 and #42 would fail to continue, finishing only ahead of Rod Weston's blown motor.

A bonzai move entering turn-4 handed Ken Pettit the lead on lap 79. The Bob Marley machine dominated the first-half of the run, leading 28 laps before Matt Raboin took the advantage. He would pull to five-seconds ahead of Timothy McDonnell, Zakk Miller and Bill Werkheiser before pit stops.

An immaculate short-pit strategy gave Johnny Reed Foley a ten-second advantage while leaving only eight cars on the same lap! Ten drivers rummaged through to earn it back before a turn-2 crash brought out the caution Adam Crapser and Ryan Heuser made contact, flying into the outside wall hard and into the path of Jimmie Stevens. The #138 and #2 failed to continue, handing Heuser his third-straight finish of 25th or worse. Stevens would finish his fourth race of 2024 without recording a top-12.

Matt Raboin and Johnny Reed Foley swapped the lead multiple times throughout the half-way run, handing the #3 another Halfway Bacon Bonus. Both drivers would enter the pits early before a frontstretch spin by Cristian Torres trapped both of them a lap down. Foley would blow an engine soon after, with Raboin gaining his lap back late to finish third.

Intense domination from Zakk Miller stole the show as we closed to the 100-to-go mark. Only Ken Pettit managed to scrum his way anywhere close, flying by Miller after the final green flag pit cycle with Donald Stewart hanging on from behind. Disaster in the field would strike soon afterwards.

Battling defiantly to stay on the lead lap, Jeremy Hebel and Timothy McDonnell made contact off of turn-4. the #22 flew into the path of Matthew Dominique, who was coming in for a pit stop to repair damages from earlier in the race. All three cars shot up the racetrack. Rick Jackson pulverized the front-end of the #25, ending his day. Points leader Alex Crapser had cars on the inside and outside, slowing down hard but with nowhere to go. He would also slam into the #25. Logan Sheets, Ben Geer and fourth-place Bill Werkheiser all failed to meander through the carnage, taking out six racecars and handing Zakk Miller the current lead in the standings.

Zakk Miller, Tony Pizzaro, John Tharp and Steven Spears stayed out on slightly worn tries in hopes of an early caution flag. It was not to be! A Cinderella run by Dan Johnston gave him the advantage on lap 330, with Donald Stewart and Markell Murphy in tow as the older Goodyear's fell back. Miller, Tharp and Spears would all short-pit in hopes of the race remaining green.

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Qualifying Results

Markell Murphy wins his third career pole! It's been a struggle since his 205.832 mph lap at Michigan in 2021, going 103 races without a pole position. His last victory was the Martinsville Spring race in 2022, only leading 181 laps since the win. If he can pull it off this weekend, it would be the boost he needs to knock him out of the rabbit-hole. The #47 Red Bull Mustang stands 37th in points after three-straight finishes 19th or worse to begin the year. Team Danger Zone teammates Zach Michael and Steven Spears have also struggled, with the #20 battling gremlins at California and Homestead and the Spears struggling on speed.


Ken Joynt has relinquished his entry for the #33 Bandit Racing Chevrolet! His teammate Mark Heron will take over the car, hoping to stay inside the top-35 in points for a possible one-team try at the Extravaganza Series Championship. "Mark's success has been unprecedented" said Joynt, who narrowly beat Joe Polson for the final spot in the 79-lap qualifier. "We've been a rocket-ship in Bonanza so we'll stick to that." Joynt has an immaculate record at The Rock, winning his only Extravaganza Series pole here in 2021 and finishing third in the fall race in 2023. We'll see if Heron can grab the reigns and repeat his teammates' success.


A rolodex of injuries were projected for Jonathan Skrabacz, Tony Long and Ryan Heuser after their terrifying accident on the Homestead-Miami backstretch. Surprisingly, Heuser suffered the worst abuse with a concussion, eye swelling and moderate leg pain, with Long only a concussion and a bruised left-side abdomen. Skrabacz miraculously flipped three times within a second before coming to a stop, injuring his pelvis while suffering the mildest concussion of the three. All drivers are ready to go for Rockingham!

Pennzoil 400 Carnage Ratings (10,000 is Critical)
Ryan Heuser: 9,060
Jonathan Skrabacz: 8,476
Bill Werkheiser: 8,286
Adam Crapser: 8,286
Tony Long: 7,238
William Perry: 7,012


Four-time Champion Ryan Heuser suffered a mortifying crash last week at Homestead! It was his second accident in three years at the facility, suffering a concussion and bruised up legs but ready to go for The Rock. Heuser performed his magnum opus last year by winning the fall Rockingham race and taking the points lead away from Ken Pettit after his blown camshaft. The #138 team never looked back. A reversal of fortune has plagued the #138 NOS Energy team this season, involved in accidents at both California and Homestead and is currently 38th in the standings. They share the hole with Adam Crapser, Logan Sheets, Scott Jackson and Markell Murphy:

33rd. Adam Crapser: +12
34th. Chauncey Redmond Jr.: +9
35th. Logan Sheets: +2
36th. Scott Jackson: -2
37th. Markell Murphy: -3
38th. Ryan Heuser: -13

Friday, March 8th, 6:00 ET


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Joe "Novacane" Densham earns his first career pole as crew chief for the #77 Blazin' Pedals entry! Their victory in the 2023 Laurel Canyon 400 was deemed "upset of the century", solidifying their status among Extravaganza's elite once more with their 29.615 second lap. Wilkins will start next to 2022 Champion Dave Miller, earning his third straight front-row start to begin the 2024 season.

Race Results

Points Standings

Race Recap

Hometown hero and points leader Craig Lee starts towards the rear of the field, hoping to meander through traffic en route to his second victory of 2023. Dakota Wilkins led the initial four laps before a miracle move by Timothy McDonnell earned him his first lap led of the season. It was the yellow and yellow show with the #22 and #04 battling for supremacy through lap 20.

Zakk Miller took the point on lap 23. Miracle-man Michael Henson showed incredible horsepower early, flying from his 15th starting position to take the top-spot away just a few laps later. The Lucas Racing duo would eventually tag-team him, handing the #04 and #39 their seemingly rightful spot at the front.

John Battista would lead the 40th lap, his first of 2024. He, Crapser and Henson looked to be the class of the field before Ryan Heuser's miraculous three-wide triumph in turn-4 earned him the advantage. He would also lead his first laps of the season, towing the field in grand style before the first round green flag stops. 

Trae Larkin blew a motor just before the stop cycle, wedging Mark Heron into the outside wall off of turn-2. This was a devastating blow to both drivers, each inside the top-15 in points after two races, only to fall to the wayside early. Larkin finished dead-last, with Heron  limping around with bent steering only to fall again late.

Ryan Heuser and Tony Pizzaro swapped the top-spot several times after the restart, jointly leading the field through lap 100. A miracle run by Bink Lucas sent him from 29th on the restart to third, eventually passing both the #138 and #12. The #5 Lifesavers Mustang would lead through lap 119. 

Points leader Craig Lee made an unscheduled pit stop during the stint, leaving Zakk Miller, Johnny Reed Foley and Alex Crapser to battle it out for top-dog in the standings. Up front, Ben Geer blew a right rear tire and came in early, handing him the advantage after the first pit cycle. Dave Miller and Tony Pizzaro ran him down, swapping the lead multiple times before the #90 lost the handling, dropping to fourth position. Only pole-sitter Dakota Wilkins could keep up with the "Fenway Frank Ford" by the end of the run. Cristian Torres and Markell Murphy crashed while entering the pit road, knocking them out with Dan Johnston and Ben Geer's engine malfunctions to boot. Attrition finally settled in. The end of the race loomed near, with the #77 and #12 over eight seconds ahead of the rest of the field heading to 20 laps to go.

Mortifying disaster struck on lap 247. Tony Long blew an engine off of turn-2, sliding in his own oil before a Bill Werkheiser strike on the drivers-side door sent him into circumvolution. Three violent flips over Adam Crapser's roof and back on four wheels was just the beginning.

Jonathan Skrabacz, Rick Jackson and William Perry couldn't avoid the blocked backstretch surface. Jackson and Perry slid into the outside wall and stopped centered on the turn-3 racing grove. Both of them were fortunate not to get clobbered again. Jonathan Skrabacz was not so lucky.

The #48 tipped over after a right-front slash from Perry, sliding down the racetrack into a horrendous undercarriage collision. Ryan Heuser broke Jonathan's car in half, sending exhaust pieces into the cockpit while his helmet bashed the roof. Four violent pirouette's into the turn-3 apron and the wreck was finally over. Skrabacz, Long and Heuser were sent to the Baptist Health Hospital. No further word on their condition.

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Qualifying Results

Dakota Wilkins nabs his first career pole! The #77 Blazin' Pedals Racing Chevrolet narrowly beat out Dave Miller, stealing the Marlboro team from an unprecedented third-straight to begin the 2024 season. Both hope to become the ninth different winner at Homestead since 2019, overlapping the Spring-race expansion just three years ago:

2019 Fall: Rick Jackson
2020 Fall: Timothy McDonnell
2021 Spring: John Battista
2021 Fall: Tony Pizzaro
2022 Spring: Zach Michael
2022 Fall: Johnny Reed Foley
2023 Spring: John Tharp
2023 Fall: Donald Stewart


Ben Geer, Cristian Torres, Trae Larkin and Mark Heron all encompass the top-10 in points after two events in 2024. Heron will travel from Rougemont, North Carolina to run both the Bonanza and Extravaganza Series, qualifying for the big show for a third-straight week. Ben Geer is one of three drivers to record top-10 finishes in both events so far, revitalizing his career in immaculate style after the fall-out from the CFM stable three years ago. Trae Larkin led laps on speed in both events so far, capping them off with top-15 finishes in each. Cristian Torres continues to prove independent Toyota's can still get it done, quietly ahead of counterpart John Tharp as the only two factory support teams left. All four drivers will come from the back at Homestead.


The top-3 winners of the 2023 season have not led a lap so far in 2024! John Battista, Ryan Heuser and Timothy McDonnell combined for 15 victories and 2,660 circuits at the front. After 400 laps of racing to start the new year, all three have zero in both categories. A 5th and 7th by Battista and McDonnell are the two lone bright spots so far, with Champion Heuser losing the lead draft at Daytona and suffering damage on a pit stop at California. All three start inside the top-11 at Homestead.

Friday, March 1st, 6:00 ET

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Race Results

Points Standings

Race Recap

The immaculate California Speedway may be in it's final stages of Extravaganza Series racing. Twenty-six events since the inaugural ho-down in 1999 provided spectacular high speed action for 250,000 intensified west coast fanatics. The atmosphere stands strong with another packed house ready for 200 laps of magnified horsepower!

The front row stands strong with Dave Miller and Ken Pettit occupying the top-two spots for the second straight week! A frenzied fight for the lead gave Ken Pettit the advantage, leading laps one through 25. Adam Crapser and Bill Werkheiser steamrolled from their 8th and 9th starting positions to battle the #8 for the lead, with Werkheiser coming out on top through the middle lane.

Trae Larkin stole one lap away in a glorified three-wide maneuver exiting turn-4. Quantum Racing's Matthew Dominique re-lived his 2023 California dominance from the rear, clawing his way from 37th place to earn the top-spot on lap 42. He would remain there through green flag pit stops.

A mortifying accident entering turn-1 sent the California faithful into a devastating frenzy! Ryan Heuser came out of the pits while Markell Murphy and Scott Jackson were already side-by-side. The three eventually sandwiched, sending Jackson's W.A.S.P. ATEUP Chevrolet into oncoming traffic.

Severe annihilation ensued! Steven Spears lambasted Scott's right front tire, sending his Goodyear eagle into the parking lot! Spears hung on for life, catapulting into the outside retaining wall before another devastating blow from William Perry, who flew into Jackson's stopped car for another shunt. All three drivers miraculously exited their vehicles uninjured, with Spears and Perry limping to towards the same ambulance. Molemar Diggs was also involved in the accident.

An engine failure by Jonathan Scrabacz paralleled the green flag on lap 57. Sixteen drivers stayed out while the rest of the field re-fueled, handing Rick Jackson the lead with Donald Stewart in tow. The #55 struggled early, handing Jackson over a second advantage en route to dominating the stint.

Only Chauncey Redmond Jr. and Zakk Miller could keep up with the Race-2-Win horsepower. The three drivers stood two-seconds ahead of the rest of the field, led by teammates Dalton Lucas and Alex Crapser. Redmond led laps 79 through 84, also clinching the halfway bacon bonus with Jackson pitting on lap 100.

Jackson was in a myriad of trouble, only running 46 green flag laps when most others could go 50. Fortunately he came out with a near five-second advantage over second place Zakk Miller, handing Jackson "immaculate domination" status by maintaining his advantage through lap 175. It was his race to lose. Unfortunately, coming in early came to bite him late, with Dave Miller, Craig Lee and Johnny Reed Foley crawling their way to the #44 in hopes of stealing away the victory. Miller nearly took the lead outright with 25-to-go before Tony Gunk's Kelpo car obliterated in front of the lead pack. Alan Nesfeder also lost an engine during the late stages.

Dave Miller made one more bid for the lead with 21 laps remaining, successfully occupying the spot before lapped traffic handed the lead back to Jackson. One lap later, Craig Lee finally passed the Crown Royal Chevrolet with the #44 dropping to fourth place on his old Goodyear tires. This was a huge break for the #101 organization after a devastating start to last years campaign.

Foley and Miller battled defiantly for the second position during the final ten circuits. Lee gapped the two drivers by several car-lengths before Miller occupied the penultimate spot. The Quick-Silver tandem pulled away from the #3 in a four-lap dash for the victory. Lee meandered through the lapped traffic in grand style. Miller was held up immensely, gravitating to the finish line for an inevitable second place.

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