Turner takes Daytona by Kent Connolly

1st Shawn Turner 2nd Daniel Fergerson 3rd David Schuitema 4th Austin Carver 5th Kent Connolly

Frank Buccialia III Takes Another by Austin Carver

It was another RFR North and South battle. Like it has so many times this season though, North would win out. RFR North's Frank Buccialia would again get the better bargain and yet another win. Buccialia would battle RFR South's Joshua Hanner until he slammed the wall and limped around to a second place finish. South would be represented twice with driver Rodd Flagg coming home a solid third. Team point leading Performance Motorsports would lose a little ground to RFR, but would help the loss with Daniel Fergerson crossing the line in fourth. Performance would again be represented with Jaron Antley rounding out the top five. 

Hanner Ends Drought by Austin Carver

RFR South and Joshua Hanner had a big night on Monday night. South driver Joshua Hanner finally ended his race win less drought after many thought his competitive career could be over. It was a close finish though with RFR North's Frank Buccialia III finishing close behind in second. South would again be represented with Rodd Flagg finishing a solid third. It would be Daniel Fergerson carrying the Performance banner for the evening with a fourth place finish. The big surprise would be in fifth however, with league and fan favorite Bill Paradise picking up his best finish of the season with the final top five spot. It is now getting crucial to make the races in order to qualify for the 80% regular season participation for the chase requirement.

Turner Wins at Michigan by Kent Connolly

1st Shawn Turner 2nd Kent Connolly 3rd James Troeger 4th Rodney Lease

Carver Wins at Dover by Austin Carver
Concrete Carver Wins 

Performance's Austin Carver has lived up to The Legend nickname, but he may have gained a new alias Monday night. Austin *Concrete* Carver picked up his second win of the season, with both of them coming on a concrete tracks. It would not be a uneventful race however, with Carver getting into the back of Greg Hooks late in the running while going for the lead. The RFR North driver would lose the lead, but was able to rebound for a solid finish. Carver would not be done there however, as he also made contact with the pit lane wall on a abort pit attempt. Even with the damage, Carver was able to hold off a hard charging RFR South driver Rodd Flagg. Flagg would come up just short and finish second, with one time leader and North driver Hooks coming home third. Performance Motorsports would also be represented by Gregory Thompson who had his best run of the year and came home fourth. RFR South driver Joshua Hanner would lead the most laps, but a mid race pit mistake would send him back in the pack. Five time Hanner was able to drive his way back up and into the final top five spot. 

Frank Buccialia III Back to Dominating by Austin Carver
Back on Top

RFR North would find itself in a battle with South, but Frank Buccialia III would come out on top for the North. Buccialia lead all but one lap and set a blistering pace in a zero caution race. RFR South's Rodd Flagg would find himself back in the picture with a solid second place. Performance Motorsport would have a solid showing with Daniel Fergerson finishing third and teammate Austin Carver coming home fourth. Rowdy Boys Racing would also have a strong night for their standards with Kent Connolly picking up the final top five spot. Next week is Dover!

Jaron Antley gets 1st win in Xfinity Series by Kent Connolly

What the field lacked in size it made up for in quality. Jaron Antley took the pole and led 97 of the 120 laps with Rodd Flagg leading the other 23. We had just one yellow flag  with just 4 caution laps.Jaron brought home the win with Flagg coming home second, Greg Hooks third, Doug Sigmon fourth, and Jimmy Todd bringing home fifth. Big changeup in the series lead with Jaron taking over the lead with the points leader  Frank Buccialia III a no show. Also the team championship changed up with Performance Motorsports taking the lead from RFR North.

Mceachin Wins at Dega by Austin Carver

There was a new draft model Monday night and one team capitalized on the inexperience of the rest of the field. RFR North and South dominated all the way to the end. It would be South’s own Shane Mceachin picking up the win. The win would be Mceachin’s first of the year and only the third different winner of the season. RFR North’s Frank Buccialia III would come up short on another win, but still finishing a strong second. South’s driver Joshua Hanner would again be mid pack of his own team, but managed to push his way to a third place finish. North’s Greg Hooks would be the final RFR driver and came home fourth. Jimmy Todd Racing would finally be represented in the top five with a shocking whole race completion by bad boy Shawn *The Banker* Turner. Turner not only finished the race, but also finished fifth.

Buccialia Wins Again by Austin Carver

It was another battle for RFR and Performance Motorsports to settle. RFR North driver Frank Buccialia III would dominate though and pick up his third win of the season. Performance’s Austin Carver would remain hot and used a two tire strategy to earn a second place finish. His teammates would follow in tow, with Daniel Fergerson and Jaron Antley coming home third and fourth. After a mid-race self-imposed penalty, RFR North’s Greg Hooks rebounded to finish fifth. Next week is DEGA and we expect to see a large field!

Carver Returns by Austin Carver
Carver Returns

The Revved Up crew headed to Bristol Monday night with the whole field set on beating the only winner of the season, Frank Buccialia III. Frank looked strong early, but several incidents sent him to the back multiple times. That allowed Performance Motorsport's Austin Carver to capitalize on a late race pit stop and gain the upper hand over teammate Jaron Antley. The Legend would find victory lane for the first time this season and ended Buccialia's dominate start. His Performance teammate Jaron Antley would lead the most laps, but struggle on old tires at the end. Antley was strong enough to hold off hard charging RFR South driver Joshua *5 Time* Hanner though. Hanner would finish third with yet another Performance driver, Daniel Fergerson coming home fourth. Lone ranger Doug Sigmon would yet again prove he is a top driver with another fifth place finish.  

Frank Buccialia III Wins First Xfinity by Austin Carver
Frank Buccialia III Writes Name in History Books

It was an historic night for the Revved Up Monday Night Series as they made the switch to the Xfinity cars. The switch brought out one of the largest fields in Revved Up history and provided some great racing. RFR North driver Frank Buccialia III would cement his name in the history books though, edging RFR South driver Joshua Hanner out for the win. It was a much needed strong second place run for once dominate driver Joshua Hanner though. RFR North would again be represented with Greg Hooks finishing third. Rod Mitten would still be a free agent Monday night, but he did not seem to mind. Mitten ran strong and finished stronger with a fourth place finish. RFR South would keep up with North though with Rodd Flagg finishing fifth in his first race as reigning champion. Thanks again for all 27 drivers who attended the first Xfinity race and we will be back in two weeks! 

Zack Novak Win #2 by Austin Carver
Zack Novak Shines Again, Flagg Wins Championship

It was the final race of the season and all holds were off as the Revved Up boys headed to Iowa. Zack Novak who will be headed to APEX next season was able to shine yet again and lead the most lap while picking up win for the second straight week. He would not have it easy though as Jaron Antley and David Wrobleski would pressure him through the final lap. Antley would spin however, and Wrobleski would finish a close second. Joshua Hanner would prove he can still run competively with a solid third place finish. Performance's Austin *The Legend* Carver would start the race out strong in pursuit of his third truck championship, but damage early from ex-teammate and rival Dennis Wright would hamper his run. Carver mananged to fight his way to fourth, but it would be four points to short. He may have barely cracked the top five, but the real winner on the night was Rodd Flagg who held off Carver to win his first career Revved Up championship. Performance Motorsports would finish the year strong and seal the deal on the team championship... ending 3D's domination. G's Up would end their final race strong with Gregory Thompson locking up the third spot in driver points. Performance would be represented again with Daniel Fergerson coming home fourth on the year. The shock of the year however came with Rowdy Boy's Racing having a driver in the top five. Kent Connolly would finish his season strong and round out the top five in driver points. Thanks to all who came out this season and we look forward to the Class B's in two weeks! 

Zack Novak Gets First Truck Win by Austin Carver
Zack Novak Gets First Truck Win

Zack Novak dominated the running at Atlanta and picked up his first career win. It was not an easy win for Zack as he had many hungry drivers on his tail, but his talent showed and he picked up the win. Rowdy Boys Racing's Matthew Laventure got tied up early with Austin Carver, but drove his way through the field to finish a strong second. Performance Motorsports would look to seal the deal one race early, and they did just that with Ryan Keiss finishing third and Daniel Fergerson fourth. Rowdy Boy's would again show up with Kent Connolly rounding out the top five. Heading into the finale the points could not be closer with Rodd Flagg leading The Legend Austin Carver by just five points. Performance Motorsports just has to start two drivers to clinch the team points... A milestone for Revved Up as the only team other than 3D to win. 

The Legend Returns by Austin Carver
The Legend Returns

Performance showed promise for next season with their free agent pickup Jaron Antley leading the most laps and pushing Performance's Austin Carver to the front. Carver and Antley would make contact and send the 32 truck spinning with just two laps going. Then it became a three truck race with Hanner, Wright and Carver. Carver and Wright hooked up and left Hanner all by himself. It was not over though as Carver and Rowdy Boys Racing's Dennis Wright netcoded off the final turn and sent Wright into the wall. The Legend would pick up the win, his first of the season. Five time Joshua Hanner would cross the line in second after his much anticipated return to competitive racing. Free agent Lance Armentrout Jr paired with Rowdy Boy's Racing Matthew Laventure to finish third, with Laventure coming home fourth. Performance would further their point advantage with Ryan Keiss rounding out the top five. 3D's Rodd Flagg would have a disastrous night losing a lot of his points lead. He still holds on to a 11 point lead of Austin Carver. 

Rodd Flagg Continues To Dominate by Austin Carver
Rodd Flagg Continues To Dominate

3D's Rodd Flagg continued his domination with a win at Homestead and extended his points lead. He would not have an easy win though with first time driver Jaron Antley leading early, but coming up short in second. Rowdy Boys Racing would give the nights shocker though with Kent Connolly coming home a seasons best third. Performance's Austin Carver would start in the pits and make his way up to fourth without any cautions to catch up. Rowdy Boys would again be represented with Rod Lease finishing fifth. Next week is Daytona so don't forget your drafting partner! 

Gregory Thompson Wins by Austin Carver
Gregory Thompson Wins after Thompson Penalt

3D's Ron Thompson would jump from fourth to first on the final restart, but had no easy job protecting the lead from Performance's Austin Carver. Carver drove hard into the final turn, but would bounce off the wall and allow Ron to cross the line first. Unfortuently, Ron was found to have switched lanes in the bold three wide move on the final restart and sent end of longest line per rules. That would give the win to another Thompson. G's Up own Gregory Thompson would drive a stellar race and find himself in second when it counted. G's Up would claim the front row with Frank Buccialia III returning to dominate the race, but come up just short with a second. Performance's Austin Carver would fall back to fourth on the final turn, but after the penalty would pick up third place points. His teammate Ryan Keiss would fight hard all night after an early wreck to incredibly finish fourth. David Schreck would patiently ride around and sneak his way into yet another top five finish. 

Keiss Dominates at Chicagoland by Austin Carver
Keiss and Performance Makes Gains

Performance was poised to have a good showing Monday after locking all three cars in the top five in qualifying. The race showed more domination with Ryan Keiss leading the most laps and taking the win. It would not be easy though with 3D's Rodd Flagg closing in on Keiss. Flagg would run out of steam though and finish second. Newcomer Zack Novak led for a little while, but after contact with the well, fell back to third. Performance was again represented by The Legend Austin Carver with a solid fourth place finish. Daniel Fergerson would top off Performance's solid night with a fifth place finish. Rodd Flagg still maintains his top spot in the points, but 3D loses the team points lead by a half a point. 

Rodd Flagg Wins at Gateway by Austin Carver
Flagg Wins at Gateway

3D would have a rough night overall, but their star shined yet again. Rodd Flagg lead the most laps and picked up the win and extended his points lead. Performance Motorsports would be right on 3D's tail though with Daniel Fergerson finishing second. Newcomer Jake Hayes drove a great race and finished third in his first career start. Performance would again be represented with team captain Ryan Keiss coming home fourth. Rowdy Boy's Racing would again be represented by Rod Lease who would continue his breakout season with a fifth place finish. 

Ronald Thompson Wins First by Austin Carver
Ronald Thompson Wins First of Career 

3D's Ronald Thompson led the most laps, but would feel the pressure from Gregory Thompson. Ronald would edge out Gregory to pick up his first career win! G's Up would enjoy Gregory's second place finish. David Schreck is a free agent, but proved he should not be with a strong third place finish. Rowdy Boy's proved they made a great hire with Rodney Lease finishing fourth and adding to his career best season. Performance's Daniel Fergerson would be the lone bright spot of the night with a fifth place finish. Next week is Gateway and the standings could not be closer with Rodd Flagg leading by only ten points! 

Brandon Chubirko Wins by Austin Carver
Chubirko Wins Motor City Battle

Brandon Chubirko would only lead two laps, but he would make them the most important. Chubirko drove hard and made contact with Tom Moustakas with two laps to go and overtook the lead. Moustakas was none to pleased with Chubirko's move and a pit fight broke out afterwards. 3D's Rodd Flagg would keep his nose clean and coast to a second place finish. James Tory would bring his truck out and make some noise with a third place finish after a far back starting position. G's Up would be represented well with Gregory Thompson finishing fourth. 3D would also be shown in the top five with Ronald Thompson finishing fifth. Remember we will be off next week for Alabama Vacation Night!