scott3000sep1Leading all 40 laps, Johnny Scott picked up his third USMTS victory in the last four starts Saturday night at Deer Creek (MN) Speedway. Fellow MRE pilot Stormy Scott followed his brother across the line in second. Buck Monson Photo

scott3000aug30With his tire going down as he received the white flag, Johnny Scott slowed considerably but held an over eight-second advantage at the time and was able to hold on to take the $3,000 USMTS win Thursday night at Rapid (IA) Speedway. Leading all 40 circuits, Scott lapped everybody but the top six. “I felt that tire go down coming out of (turn) four for the white flag and I was like ‘You gotta be kidding me,’ but I guess I had a good enough lead and I just stayed on the gas and just kept going around there and we pulled it off. I didn’t think we were going to,” Scott said. Jeff Bodama Photo

scott4000aug26Taking the lead on the 26th lap, Johnny Scott of Cameron, Mo., checked out to a margin of victory of more than five seconds as he cruised to a $4,000 USMTS win Sunday night at Casino (SD) Speedway. Cody Papke Photo

lee4000aug18Lucas Lee of Paris, Tenn., led the final four laps of the "Take Em Off 40" American Modified Series race Saturday night at Charleston (IL) Speedway and took home the $4,000 top prize. Lee came out on top of an intense three car battle late in the race as the leaders navigated through lapped traffic on the top side dominated track. Josh James Photo

scott3000aug4Stormy Scott took the lead on the 35th lap and went on to score the $3,000 USMTS win Saturday night at Lucas Oil (MO) Speedway. Luckily, the race was 40 laps in length, not 41, as Scott's right rear tire blew out while taking the checkered flag. “I've never won a USMTS show here,” Scott said. “I’ve won one local show here, last year, and definitely have been wanting to get a win here. It can't get much better than this.” Mike Musslin Photo

nicely2000jul14Tyler Nicely jumped to the lead at the start of the 30-lap American Modified Series race Saturday night at Brownstown Speedway and would not relinquish the top spot as he led flag-to-flag to pick up the $2,000 win. "This car is spot on," Nicely said. "Can't thank everyone that makes all this possible enough! I can't do it without everyone and a special thanks to my parents for everything!" Josh James Photo

nicely4444jul7Tyler Nicely of Owensboro, Ky., pocketed a $4,444 payday Saturday night at Lawrenceburg Speedway by leading all 44 laps in the Downey Memorial. He bested a field of 66 cars. "Wow is all I can say," Nicely said. "This race is one of my favorites every year and made it real special to have my grandparents with me tonight! I gotta thank my uncle Jason for all the work he put in during the week behind the scenes, my parents for continuing to let me chase my dreams, my crew guys, fans, and all the supporters!"

lyle5000jul1Chad Lyle of Oak Grove, Mo., took the lead on lap 27 and held on to capture the $5,000 Wilson Memorial BBQ Bowl Sunday night at Central Missouri Speedway. Joshua Allee Photo

mathews15000jun30Jeff Mathews of Apollo Beach, Fla., cashed in on a $15,000 payday in the Mega 100 American Modified Series race Saturday night at Tyler County Speedway. Mathews grabbed the lead on the 30th lap and held off late-race challenges from his closest pursuers to pick up the win. MRE swept the top two as Lucas Lee finished second. Josh James Photo