Conley Motorsports, Inc. Releases Early 2018 Race Dates!!!
(December 19, 2017) The Conley Motorsports Inc. (CMI) teams announced this week on www.conleymotorsportsinc.com their intention of starting the 2018 racing season on Saturday, March 10 at Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky. Both Rod and R.J. Conley - weather pending - are slated to compete in the $5,000 to win 'Spring 50' at the 1/2-mile Florence oval to kick off their respective '18 campaigns. From there, they will be joined by their Hall of Fame father Delmas Conley on March 16 at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio when the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series rolls into town to preside over a $12,000 to win special. You can view all early-season race dates for the CMI teams by logging onto www.conleymotorsportsinc.com! (Michael Hamilton Photo)

Rod Conley Transfers into $100k Dirt Track World Championship at PRP!
(October 22, 2017) The Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) teams made their way to the nearby Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio on October 20-21 for the 37th Annual 'Dirt Track World Championship.' A stellar 72 car field assembled at the 3/8-mile facility on the banks of the Ohio River to compete in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season finale, which once again boasted a gigantic $100,000 windfall. On Friday night, Rod Conley had the best showing of the trio by finishing fourth in his first heat race of the evening prior to scoring a victory in his second and final prelim. After accumulating the tenth most passing points to earn the outside of the fifth row for the start of Saturday's 100-lap headliner, "Hot Rod" ran inside of the top ten at times before his bald rear tires caused him to slip back to thirteenth at the checkered flag.

Delmas Conley also claimed a heat race triumph in his first heat race on Friday before running sixth in his second heat race and fifth in Saturday night's consolation event. R.J. Conley, on the other hand, finished eighth in his first heat race, seventh in his second heat race, and fifth in both his B-Main and the $3,000 to win 'Jim Dunn Memorial' for non-qualifiers on Saturday. Unfortunately, Delmas and R.J. were both unable to make the start in the DTWC, which was eventually won by Josh Richards. Full results from the lucrative DTWC weekend, which turned out to be the season finale for all three CMI teams, can be obtained by visiting www.lucasdirt.com.

R.J. Conley Comes Out on Top of Fall 40 at Atomic Speedway!
(October 15, 2017) For the third straight weekend, a Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) driver reached victory lane, as R.J. Conley steered his #71c to a big win in the annual 'Fall 40' at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio on Saturday evening, October 14! R.J. clicked off the second fastest lap overall during time trials prior to taking the win in his heat race. The Wheelersburg, Ohio ace then took control of the feature field on lap 22 when leader Tyler Carpenter suffered a flat tire. R.J. then led the rest of the 40-lap distance to bag the $4,000 winner's share over Jason Montgomery, Tyler Carpenter, Austyn Mills, and Rod Conley!

"Hot Rod" placed third in his loaded heat race before driving to a strong top five showing in the unsanctioned 'Fall 40.' The patriarch of the racing Conley family - Delmas Conley - qualified well and ran second in his heat race, but was involved in an early incident in the headliner and was forced to retire with heavy right front damage to his XR1 Rocket racecar. Complete results from the 'Fall 40' can be obtained by pointing your Internet browser to www.atomicspeedway.net. (Steve Alcorn Photo)

Rod Conley Cashes $2,000 Paycheck for Second Win of 2017 Campaign!
(October 8, 2017) Rod Conley, of Wheelersburg, Ohio, stood tall in victory lane for the second time in 2017 on Friday evening, October 6 at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio! Rod won his heat race in preliminary action prior to leading each and every circuit of the Super Late Model main event. "Hot Rod" beat Rusty Schlenk, Tyler Carpenter, Jackie Boggs, and Jason Montgomery to the checkered flag at the former K-C Raceway to claim the $2,000 top prize! A day later on Saturday at 201 Speedway in Sitka, Kentucky, Rod ran third in his heat race and later bagged a fifth place performance in the $3,000 to win 'Paul H. Salyer Memorial' behind only victor Jackie Boggs, Zack Dohm, Chris Combs, and Eric Wells.

The patriarch of the racing Conley family - Delmas Conley - also decided to go racing at the last minute on Saturday night and his #71 team wound up at Skyline Speedway in Stewart, Ohio. The unsanctioned 'Harvest 50' was held at the ultra-slick oval and another $3,000 winner's check was on the line. Delmas clicked off the second fastest lap during the qualifying session and later picked up the victory in heat race action. The Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer then wound up fifth in the final finishing order of the 50-lapper behind only winner Tyler Carpenter, Chris Carpenter, Clint Keenan, and Corey Conley. Complete results from each of these weekend races can be viewed online at www.atomicspeedway.net, www.201speedway.net, and www.skylinespeedway.net. (Michael Hamilton Photo)

Delmas Conley Bags Career Win #557 for $2,000 at Atomic Speedway!
(October 1, 2017) Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer Delmas Conley recorded career win #557 and the fourth triumph of his 2017 campaign on Saturday evening, September 30 at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio! Delmas won his heat race in preliminary competition prior to leading each and every circuit in the 25-lap weekly Super Late Model showdown. At the checkered flag, Delmas beat Jason Montgomery, Dave Hornikel, Billy Gullion, and Harrison Hall to bag the $2,000 winners check!

His sons Rod and R.J. Conley ventured to Midway Speedway in Crooksville, Ohio on Saturday night for the annual running of the 'Jim Dunn Memorial.' The unsanctioned program drew 45 competitors to the Buckeye State facility to vie for the $12,000 top prize. R.J. laid down the third fastest lap in Group B during qualifying prior to picking up the win in heat race action. The Wheelersburg, Ohio ace then fought a tight racecar during the 50-lap main event, but was still able to claim a solid fifth place performance behind only victor Tyler Carpenter, Zack Dohm, Eddie Carrier, Jr., and Devin Moran. Rod finished sixth in his stacked heat race and third in his B-Main prior to advancing up to tenth in the 'Jim Dunn Memorial.' Full results from both weekend races can be viewed online at www.atomicspeedway.net and the Midway Speedway Facebook page. (Stephen Wright Photo)

Conley Motorsports, Inc. Invades Brownstown, Ohio Valley, and Atomic...
(September 24, 2017) The Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) teams went separate directions and entered Super Late Model events in the states of Indiana, West Virginia, and Ohio over the September 22-23 weekend. R.J. Conley invaded the legendary Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, Indiana for the 38th Annual 'Jackson 100,' which was sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. On Friday night in the $7,000 to win weekend opener, R.J. ran fourth in his loaded heat race prior to placing fifteenth in the final rundown of the 30-lap sprint. In Saturday's $15,000 to win 'Jackson 100,' the Wheelersburg, Ohio ace grabbed the fourth and final transfer spot through his heat race and later wound up being paid for seventeenth at the pay window following the 100-lapper.

Rod Conley headed to Ohio Valley Speedway in Lubeck, West Virginia on Saturday evening for the unsanctioned 'Gibby's King Championship,' which boasted a $5,000 payday. "Hot Rod" finished second in his heat race and was running in the top five late in the feature distance before a skirmish with another competitor dropped his #71r to twelfth in the final finishing order. Delmas Conley - the patriarch of the racing Conley family - was in the pit area at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio for a weekly Super Late Model show that paid $2,000 to the winner. Delmas won his heat race and led early in the 25-lap main event before a flat tire relegated him to a disappointing twentieth place effort. Full results from all three racetracks can be viewed by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com, www.ohiovalleyspeedway.com, and www.atomicspeedway.net.

R.J. Conley Cashes $3,023 Paycheck for Winning Bob Crace Memorial!
(September 17, 2017) R.J. Conley, of Wheelersburg, Ohio, racked up his fifth feature win of the 2017 racing season on Saturday evening, September 16 in the annual 'Bob Crace Memorial' at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio! R.J. posted the third fastest lap during the qualifying session prior to winning his heat race in preliminary action. R.J. then grabbed the point from his brother Rod Conley on the sixth circuit and drove to victory in the 25-lapper to score the $3,023 payday ahead of Tyler Carpenter, Rod Conley, Jackie Boggs, and Jason Montgomery. "Hot Rod" also won his heat race at the southern Ohio venue prior to leading early in the feature and leaving Atomic with a strong podium effort.

Delmas Conley - the patriarch of the racing Conley family - took his #71 operation to the nearby Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio on Saturday night for a $2,000 to win weekly Super Late Model program. After struggling early in the evening, Delmas unloaded a back-up car before the start of the A-Main. The Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer then stormed all the way up to the second spot during the headliner before a fuel line came off, which caught his XR1 Rocket Chassis on fire. Delmas escaped injury, but was done for the night and was forced to settle for a twelfth place performance at PRP. Full results from both racetracks can be accessed online at www.atomicspeedway.net and www.portsraceway.com. (Stephen Wright Photo)

R.J. Conley Competes in $25,000 Hillbilly Hundred at Tyler County Speedway
(September 4, 2017) Over a rainy Labor Day holiday weekend from the remnants of Hurricane Harvey, Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) got one race into the record books - the $25,000 to win 'Hillbilly Hundred' on Sunday, September 3 at Tyler County Speedway in Middlebourne, West Virginia. R.J. Conley timed in eleventh quickest in Group A during Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series qualifying prior to running seventh in his stacked heat race. After grabbing the third and final transfer spot through his B-Main, R.J. rolled off from the inside of the eleventh row in the 100-lap main event. The Wheelersburg, Ohio ace was then caught up in a couple of caution flags during the 'Hillbilly Hundred' and eventually retired in the twenty-fifth position. Full results from Tyler County can be obtained by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.

Rod Conley Lands in the Fourth Spot in Return Trip to PRP
(August 27, 2017) Delmas Conley and his son Rod Conley were both in action at the nearby Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio on Saturday night, August 26, as the track on the banks of the Ohio River paid out $2,000 to win for the Super Late Models. Both Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) drivers scored the win in their respective heat races to earn starting spots in the fourth row of the main event. "Hot Rod" moved past a trio of racecars aboard his #71r XR1 Rocket racecar en route to a strong fourth place feature showing behind only race winner Jackie Boggs, Brandon Fouts, and Josh Bocook. Delmas, the Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer, was unfortunately collected in a wreck and retired with right front damage in the seventeenth position. Complete results from PRP can be located by pointing your web browser to www.portsraceway.com.

R.J. Conley Cashes $5,000 for Sixth Career Fred Dillow Memorial Title!
(August 20, 2017) Wheelersburg, Ohio standout R.J. Conley came out on top of an entertaining battle on Saturday evening, August 19 to claim his sixth career 'Fred Dillow Memorial' title at Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio! R.J. timed in fifth quickest overall during Super Late Model qualifying prior to running third in the fast dash. R.J. then took the point from early race leader Scott James and led the majority of the 'Fred Dillow Memorial' on his way to capturing the $5,000 winner's check over Jackie Boggs, Steve Casebolt, Shannon Thornsberry, and Brandon Fouts. Rod Conley worked his way past five competitors during the unsanctioned feature to finish in the sixth position, while Delmas Conley passed nine racecars en route to a solid ninth place showing at PRP.

A day earlier, Rod and R.J. Conley were both in competition on Friday night, August 18 at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio in the annual running of the 'Ike Moler Memorial.' R.J. stopped the clock fourth quickest in time trials and won the fast dash to earn the pole position for the $3,500 to win special. After leading early in the distance and swapping the top spot with eventual winner Jason Jameson, R.J. settled for a strong runner-up effort. "Hot Rod" placed second in heat race action and later blasted past seven cars during the 'Ike Moler Memorial' to garner a strong fourth place performance. Complete results from both Moler and Portsmouth can be accessed online at www.molerracewaypark.com and www.portsraceway.com. (Mark Bias Photo)

R.J. Conley Transfers into North/South Shootout at Florence Speedway
(August 13, 2017) R.J. Conley and his #71c team invaded the venerable Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky on August 10-12 for the 35th Annual 'North/South 100,' which was once again sanctioned by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. The three-day extended weekend in the Commonwealth of Kentucky kicked off on Thursday night with the 'North/South Shootout,' which boasted a $10,000 top prize and drew a stout 67 car field. R.J. knocked down the eleventh quickest time in Group B during qualifying prior to grabbing the third and final transfer spot through his stacked heat race. The Wheelersburg, Ohio ace eventually wound up nineteenth in the final finishing order of the 50-lap feature event that ran caution-free for the entire distance.

On Friday evening, the 'North/South 100' officially got underway with a double set of qualifying heat races at the Cincinnati-area facility. R.J. ran third in his first heat race of the night and ninth in his final prelim. He then finished tenth in his B-Main on Saturday, which unfortunately did not transfer him into the $50,000 to win 'North/South 100,' which was won by Tim McCreadie. Complete results from the crown jewel extravaganza can be accessed by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.

Brothers Rod and R.J. Conley Victorious at Two Southern Ohio Ovals!
(August 6, 2017) Brothers Rod and R.J. Conley both visited victory lane over the August 4-5 weekend at two different venues in southern Ohio! "Hot Rod" Conley won his heat race on Friday night at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio to earn the pole position for the unsanctioned feature event. Rod then controlled the field from flag-to-flag to bag the $2,000 winner's check over Steve Casebolt, John Whitney, Jr., Jason Montgomery, and Mike Meyers. On Saturday evening in another $2,000 to win program at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio, Rod placed second in both his heat race and the main event - finishing behind only victor Jackie Boggs.

R.J. took his #71c team to the nearby Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio on Saturday and proceeded to pick up his third triumph of the 2017 racing season! R.J. won the dash and later led all 25 circuits in the headliner from the pole position to claim the $2,000 payday over his Hall of Fame father Delmas Conley, Eddie Carrier, Jr., Josh Bocook, and Kenny Christy. Delmas - the patriarch of the racing Conley family - ran third in the fast dash before moving up one spot in the weekly Super Late Model A-Main. Full results from all three Buckeye State venues can be viewed online at www.molerracewaypark.com, www.atomicspeedway.net, and www.portsraceway.com. (Steve Alcorn Photo)

 

 

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