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Another Unannounced Trip Takes Hughes to Nearby Whynot

(August 7, 2022) With the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sitting idle for one more weekend, Spencer Hughes had plans of enjoying the August 5-6 weekend away from the racetrack. However, on Saturday night, the Meridian, Mississippi native couldn't keep himself away from his hometown Whynot Motorsports Park. In the 604 Crate Late Model division, Spencer once again piloted Rodney Wing's #10 machine and set Fast Time in qualifying before running second in the weekly A-Main behind only victor Casey Haney. Behind the wheel of a #25 Street Stock, Spencer qualified fourth quickest in time trials prior to running into trouble in the weekly feature and placing twenty-first in the final rundown. Complete results from both classes can be located online at www.whynotmotorsportspark.com.

Last Minute Trip to Jackson Nets Crate Late Model Win!

(July 31, 2022) After originally planning to enjoy a rare weekend off at home, Spencer Hughes wound up at Jackson Motor Speedway near Jackson, Mississippi on Saturday night, July 30. Driving Rodney Wing's #10 Crate Late Model in the weekly event, Spencer stopped the clock fifth quickest of the eighteen entrants during the qualifying session prior to running third in his heat race. After rolling off from the inside of the third row in the 15-lap feature event, Spencer drove to the lead on lap five, never looked back, and recorded his third triumph of the 2022 season. The Meridian, Mississippi ace bested Ryan Colby, Shannon Lee, Eli Thomas, and Chase Williams to bag the $800 top prize! Complete results from last night at Jackson Motor Speedway can be found on the track's Facebook page. (Dirt Track Mafia Photography)

Spencer Hughes Kicks Off Busy Week with Huset's Top Ten

(July 25, 2022) The #11 team paid a visit to both Huset's Speedway in Brandon, South Dakota and I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Nebraska from July 19-24. Up first was a trip to Huset's for a $10,000 to win throwdown on Tuesday night and Spencer Hughes started off the evening by clicking off the sixth fastest time overall during Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series qualifying. After finishing third in his stacked heat race, Spencer drove to a strong tenth place performance in the 40-lap main event.

At I-80 on Thursday evening in the 'Dirt Track Bank Go 50,' which boasted a $12,000 top prize, Spencer ran third in his heat race prior to winding up twenty-first in the final finishing order of the 50-lapper. In Friday's preliminary action for the annual 'Silver Dollar Nationals' at I-80 Speedway, Spencer placed twelfth in his first heat race of the night, while he started and finished third in his final prelim of the evening. Following a rain-out on Saturday, the remainder of the 'Silver Dollar Nationals' was held on Sunday in the Cornhusker state. Spencer grabbed the third and final transfer spot through his B-Main prior to being paid for a twentieth place effort in the $53,000 to win crown jewel spectacular. Complete results from each of these races can be accessed online by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photography)

Pair of Top Tens for #11 Team at Granite City & Wheatland

(July 17, 2022) The PCC Motorsports team continued a hectic month of July with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series from July 14-16 in a tripleheader at I-70 Motorsports Park in Odessa, Missouri, Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Illinois, and Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri. On Thursday night in a first visit to I-70, Spencer Hughes ran third in his heat race, but unfortunately dropped a driveshaft on lap 27 of the $10,000 to win headliner, which relegated him to fourteenth in the final finishing order. At Granite City on Friday evening with a $12,000 paycheck on the line, Spencer laid down the quickest lap in Group B during the qualifying session and won his heat race before leading laps 4-5 of the main event. At the checkers, the Meridian, Mississippi ace found himself paid for a solid seventh place performance at the St. Louis-area venue.

The triple shot of racing action then concluded on Saturday at Wheatland with the annual running of the 'CMH Diamond Nationals,' which shelled out a $15,000 top prize. Spencer once again clicked off the fastest time in Group B during Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series qualifying and later won his heat race in preliminary action. After rolling off from the outside of the front row in the 50-lap feature, Spencer raced hard to stay inside of the top ten during the caution-free affair and ultimately placed ninth in the final rundown at the 3/8-mile oval. The PCC Motorsports team now finds themselves ninth in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings following these three races. Complete results can be found online at www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photography)

Spencer Hughes Fifth at Davenport; Transfers into Gopher 50

(July 10, 2022) Spencer Hughes and the #11 team followed the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tour to Davenport Speedway in Davenport, Iowa and Deer Creek Speedway in Spring Valley, Minnesota from July 6-9. On Wednesday night with a $10,000 top prize up for grabs on the 1/4-mile Davenport oval, Spencer ran second in his loaded heat race and later rolled off from the outside of the third row in the 40-lap feature event. The Meridian, Mississippi ace then fought valiantly for a top five effort in the contest and ultimately crossed underneath the checkers in the fifth position behind only victor Hudson O'Neal, Brandon Overton, Mike Marlar, and Jimmy Owens!

At Deer Creek, the annual running of the 'Gopher 50' kicked off with a pair of $5,000 to win preliminary programs. After unfortunately missing out on a transfer spot into Thursday's 25-lap feature event, Spencer placed third in his heat race on Friday prior to advancing up to eleventh in the 25-lapper. He then grabbed the third and final transfer spot through his B-Main on Saturday evening to transfer into the 'Gopher 50' grand finale, which boasted a whopping $50,000 payday. At the conclusion of the 75-lap feature distance, Spencer was paid for a twenty-first place performance and now sits ninth in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings. Complete results from both tracks can be located online at www.lucasdirt.com. (Todd Healy Photo)

Hughes Runner-Up in Prelim; Salvages Eighth in Freedom 60

(July 4, 2022) The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series took the PCC Motorsports team to the states of Kentucky and Ohio leading up to the 4th of July holiday, as four straight days of racing action took place at a trio of different ovals from June 30-July 3. Things kicked off on Thursday night in the rain-postponed 'Ralph Latham Memorial' at Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky, which shelled out a $15,000 top prize. Spencer Hughes finished sixth in his heat race, fifth in the B-Main, and twelfth in the 60-lap headliner. At Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio on Friday evening in the $12,000 to win 'Independence 50,' Spencer placed fourth in his loaded heat race, but was later involved in an incident on a lap 16 restart and was relegated to a disappointing eighteenth place effort in the rain-shortened contest.

Next up was a visit to Muskingum County Speedway in Zanesville, Ohio, as the 'Freedom 60' program got underway on Saturday with a trio of split-field, $3,000 to win features. Spencer knocked down the fifth quickest lap overall during the qualifying session and later finished an impressive runner-up in his 20-lap sprint behind only prelim winner Brandon Sheppard. With a whopping $30,000 winner's check on the line in Sunday's grand finale, Spencer started fifth on the grid in the 60-lapper, but suffered a flat Hoosier tire on lap 25. The Meridian, Mississippi standout then battled his way back into the top ten and eventually landed in the eighth finishing position of the 'Freedom 60.' Complete results from the action-packed holiday weekend can be found online by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photography)

Spencer Hughes Competes in Firecracker 100 Weekend

(June 26, 2022) The #11 team made their way to the storied Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania from June 23-25 for the 16th edition of the 'Firecracker 100.' The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned the lucrative mega-event for the very first time and 54 competitors piled into the pit area at the Keystone State speedplant to do battle in the three day extravaganza. On Thursday night in a $6,000 to win preliminary event, Spencer Hughes was unfortunately involved in a heat race wreck, finished eleventh in his B-Main, and was not able to transfer into the 30-lap sprint. In a similar $6,000 to win show on Friday evening, Spencer placed third in his loaded heat race prior to winding up twenty-third in the final rundown of the 30-lapper.

When Saturday rolled around at Lernerville Speedway, a huge crowd assembled to witness who would go home with the whopping $50,000 top prize in the 'Firecracker 100' grand finale. Spencer ran sixth in his heat race and fifth in his B-Main. After utilizing a series provisional to gain access into the 100-lap affair, the Meridian, Mississippi ace drew a lap 57 caution flag and eventually placed seventeenth in the final finishing order of the extra-distance contest. Spencer still sits eleventh in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings exiting Lernerville. Complete results from the entire weekend can be located online at www.lucasdirt.com. (Rick Neff Photo)

Hughes Back on Lucas Oil Tour at Smoky Mountain

(June 19, 2022) A visit to Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee was in store for the PCC Motorsports team on June 17-18, as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned the annual running of the 'Mountain Moonshine Classic.' In his $5,000 to win prelim on Friday evening, Spencer Hughes ran eighth in his loaded heat race before unfortunately drawing a caution on lap 28 of the 30-lapper. Spencer was eventually relegated to a twentieth place performance in the weekend opener at the Volunteer State venue.

On Saturday in the weekend finale, which boasted a hefty $50,000 top prize, Spencer placed eleventh in his heat race and tenth in his B-Main. After relying on a series emergency provisional, Spencer started twenty-sixth on the grid in the 60-lap headliner. Unfortunately, the Meridian, Mississippi ace once again stopped to draw a lap 23 caution flag and wound up twenty-third in the final finishing order. He now sits eleventh in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings exiting Smoky Mountain Speedway. Complete results from the entire 'Mountain Moonshine Classic' weekend can be found online by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com. (MRM Racing Photo)

Spencer Hughes Transfers into Lucrative Eldora Million

(June 12, 2022) The most lucrative stretch of Super Late Model racing during the year took place from June 8-11 at the famed Eldora Speedway and Spencer Hughes was in the pit area at the Rossburg, Ohio facility to compete in both the 'Eldora Million' and the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' Following a total washout on Wednesday night, the entire 'Eldora Million' extravaganza was held on Thursday at the 1/2-mile oval. During the course of the daytime preliminary event, which shelled out a $12,000 paycheck, Spencer laid down the quickest lap in his group during qualifying before getting caught up in a heat race wreck, finishing second in his B-Main, and later winding up twenty-first in the final rundown of the 25-lap feature. In the nightcap that paid a whopping $1,002,022 top prize to the winner, Spencer grabbed the third and final transfer spot through his loaded heat race prior to being paid for a fourteenth place performance in the 101-lap headliner.

When the weekend rolled around at the "Big E," all focus in the pit area and in our sport quickly turned to the annual running of the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' In the $12,000 to win preliminary show on Friday evening, Spencer ran fifth in his heat race and later rolled off from the outside of the tenth row in the 25-lap sprint that was pushed back to Saturday afternoon due to inclement weather. Spencer placed twenty-first in the daytime affair and then set his sights on the $128,000 winner's check later that evening in the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' Unfortunately, the Meridian, Mississippi standout was unable to crack the starting grid for the 100-lapper after finishing seventh in his heat race and ninth in his B-Main. Complete results from each day at Eldora Speedway can be found by logging onto www.eldoraspeedway.com. (Todd Healy Photo)

Hughes Grabs Top Ten in Historic 100 Finale

(June 5, 2022) The PCC Motorsports team kicked off a busy month of June at the sprawling West Virginia Motor Speedway, as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned the 'Historic 100' at the Mineral Wells, West Virginia speedplant. On Friday night, June 3 in the $15,000 to win opener, Spencer Hughes ran sixth in his heat race and third in his B-Main to earn the nineteenth starting spot for the 30-lap feature event. Spencer then picked off seven competitors during the contest to land in the twelfth finishing position.

At WVMS on Saturday evening, June 4 in the weekend finale, which boasted a whopping $50,000 top prize, Spencer placed fifth in his stacked heat race prior to securing a victory in his B-Main. The Meridian, Mississippi ace then blasted past seven racecars during the 50-lap headliner to nab a strong tenth place performance. Spencer now finds himself eleventh in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings exiting the Mountaineer State. Complete results from the 'Historic 100' weekend can be accessed by logging onto www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photography)

Busy Memorial Day Weekend Nets Hughes Pair of Top Fives

(May 31, 2022) Spencer Hughes and PCC Motorsports were ultra-busy from May 26-30 in the states of Missouri, Ohio, and Indiana. The hectic Memorial Day holiday weekend kicked off with the 30th Annual 'Show-Me 100' at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri. Following a rain-out on Thursday night, Spencer unfortunately failed to transfer into the $6,000 to win preliminary feature on Friday after finishing fifth in both his heat race and his B-Main. After utilizing a Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series provisional to gain access into Saturday's $50,000 to win 'Show-Me 100,' Spencer was ultimately paid for a twenty-second place performance in the 100-lap extra distance affair.

A long overnight trek to Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio then greeted the #11 team for the 'Johnny Appleseed Classic' on Sunday evening. Spencer ran second in his heat race before steering to a strong fifth place effort on the rugged racing surface in the 30-lapper to trail only $5,000 victor Tyler Erb, Kyle Strickler, Frank Heckenast, Jr., and Ricky Weiss. On Monday at Circle City Raceway in Indianapolis, Indiana, Spencer won his heat race and later rounded out the podium in third in the $10,000 to win 'CJ Rayburn Memorial' behind only winner James Rice and runner-up Tyler Erb! Complete results from each of these holiday weekend races can be viewed online at www.lucasdirt.com, www.eldoraspeedway.com, and www.circlecityraceway.com. (Jim Denhamer Photo)

Spencer Hughes Busy in Hawkeye State Triple Shot

(May 23, 2022) It was a busy week for PCC Motorsports from May 18-22 with a trio of lucrative events in the Hawkeye State. On Wednesday evening at Marshalltown Speedway in Marshalltown, Iowa, a $22,022 top prize was up for grabs in a Castrol FloRacing Night in America Series shootout. Spencer Hughes placed sixth in his loaded heat race to earn the outside of the ninth row for the start of the 50-lap headliner. Spencer fought hard to move forward in the action-packed race before eventually retiring in the fifteenth finishing position.

The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series then took center stage with a pair of events at 300 Raceway in Farley, Iowa and 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa. At Farley on Friday night in a $12,000 to win battle, Spencer ran fourth in his heat race before moving past a trio of competitors during the 50-lapper en route to a strong seventh place performance. Following a rain-out at 34 Raceway on Saturday evening, Sunday's rain-postponed tilt boasted a $15,000 payday. Spencer finished third in his heat race prior to slipping back to eleventh in the final rundown of the caution-free 50-lap feature. Complete results from all three weekend races can be found online at www.floseries.com and www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photo)

Ninth for Hughes in Illinois Speedweek Finale

(May 15, 2022) The #11 team found themselves in dirt-slinging action in the Land of Lincoln from May 11-14 in four high-profile Super Late Model events during "Illinois Speedweek." Up first was a pair of Castrol FloRacing Night in America Series battles at Spoon River Speedway in Banner, Illinois and Lincoln Speedway in Lincoln, Illinois - each of which shelled out a $22,022 winner's check. In the opener at Spoon River on Wednesday, Spencer Hughes ran third in his loaded heat race, but later retired his smoking racecar early in the 50-lap feature and was officially placed twenty-first in the final rundown. At Lincoln in a similar show on Thursday evening, Spencer unfortunately failed to transfer into the 50-lapper after running sixth in his heat race and fourth in his B-Main.

Next up for PCC Motorsports was trips to Farmer City Raceway in Farmer City, Illinois and Fairbury Speedway in Fairbury, Illinois over the weekend for a pair of MARS Racing Series tilts. On Friday in a $15,000 to win throwdown at Farmer City, Spencer ran second in his stacked heat race prior to finishing twelfth in the 47-lap main event. In Saturday's $30,000 to win MARS finale at FALS, Spencer placed fifth in his heat race and second in his B-Main before moving past thirteen competitors during the 50-lap headliner en route to a strong ninth place performance. Complete results from all four "Illinois Speedweek" races can be found online by clicking on www.floseries.com and www.marsracingseries.com. (Todd Healy Photo)

Hughes Fourth in Dairyland Showdown Prelim!

(May 8, 2022) After the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series shows in Kentucky were wiped out, Spencer Hughes and the PCC Motorsports team made a late dash north to Mississippi Thunder Speedway in Fountain City, Wisconsin for the final two nights of the 'Dairyland Showdown' on May 6-7. On Friday evening, a $10,000 to win World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series contest was held at the Badger State oval. Spencer stopped the clock third quickest in Group B during the qualifying session before securing a big victory in his heat race. After drawing the pole position, Spencer slipped back to fourth at the checkers in the 40-lapper to trail only victor Jonathan Davenport, Bobby Pierce, and Tyler Erb.

At MTS on Saturday, a whopping $50,000 top prize was up for grabs in the 'Dairyland Showdown' grand finale. Spencer knocked down the fourteenth fastest lap in Group A during time trials prior to running seventh in his stacked heat race. Following a fourth place effort in his B-Main, the Meridian, Mississippi ace was unfortunately forced to watch the 75-lap headliner that was ultimately won by Mike Marlar. Complete results from both WOOLMS events over the weekend can be found online at www.woolms.com. (Jacy Norgaard Photo)

 

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