Pair of Conley's Inside of Top Five in Atomic's $5,000 to win Fall 50
(October 13, 2019) R.J. Conley, of Wheelersburg, Ohio, started his October 11-12 weekend on Friday night at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio. The 'Championship Bash' was held at MRP and a $5,000 paycheck was on the line for the Super Late Models. R.J. ran second in his heat race and was scheduled to roll off from the inside of the third row in the 32-lap main event. Unfortunately, Mother Nature swooped in prior to the start of the race and rain showers wiped out the remainder of the unsanctioned contest.

On Saturday evening, R.J. was joined by his father Delmas Conley and his brother Rod Conley at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio, as the track played host to their annual 'Fall 50,' which also boasted a $5,000 payday. R.J. earned Fast Time honors during the qualifying session and ran second in his heat race, but later suffered mechanical trouble running third in the 50-lapper and was forced to retire his smoking car in the fifteenth position. Delmas qualified well, won his heat race, and later steered his familiar #71 machine to a stellar third place performance in the 'Fall 50' behind only victor Freddie Carpenter and runner-up Tyler Carpenter. "Hot Rod" was not far behind his Hall of Fame father, as he placed second in his heat race and fifth in the headliner at the former K-C Raceway. Complete results from both southern Ohio facilities can be accessed online at www.thenewmrp.com and www.atomicspeedway.net.

Conley's Litter Front of Field in Weekly Show at Atomic Speedway
(September 29, 2019) A trio of Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) drivers converged at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio on Saturday evening, September 28 for a weekly show for the ground-pounding Super Late Models. Hall of Famer Delmas Conley led the charge and had the best night overall, as the ageless wonder earned Fast Time honors of the 18 entrants during qualifying prior to running second in his heat race. Delmas then blasted up to second in the $2,000 to win headliner to earn a strong runner-up performance behind only victor Duane Chamberlain. His son Rod Conley ran second in heat race action before knocking down a solid fifth place effort in the A-Main, while his grandson J.T. Conley placed fourth in his heat race and seventh in the weekly feature event. Full results from last Saturday at Atomic Speedway can be accessed online at www.atomicspeedway.net.

R.J. Conley Pockets $2,000 for Fifth Feature Win of 2019 at Portsmouth!
(September 22, 2019) R.J. Conley and his #71c team celebrated in victory lane for the fifth time in 2019 on Saturday evening, September 21 at Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio! R.J. clicked off the second quickest lap overall during qualifying and won his heat race to earn the outside of the front row for the start of the 25-lap weekly Super Late Model main event. The Wheelersburg, Ohio hotshoe then grabbed the point on the second circuit and led the remainder of the feature distance to pocket the $2,000 windfall well ahead of Eric Wells, Brandon Fouts, Rod Conley, and Kenny Christy. While his brother Rod placed third in his heat race prior to knocking down the fourth place effort, his son J.T. Conley ran sixth in his heat race before steering past five competitors in the finale to post a solid sixth place showing.

Delmas Conley, the patriarch of the racing Conley family, found himself at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio on Saturday night for a similar $2,000 to win contest. The Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer posted the second fastest time during the qualifying session, but was unfortunately caught up in a grinding heat race wreck. Due to the damage inflicted to his #71 Rocket Chassis, Delmas was unable to make the start in the weekly Super Late Model headliner. Full results from both southern Ohio facilities can be viewed online at www.atomicspeedway.net and www.portsraceway.com. (Firehouse Photography)

Delmas Conley Leads Majority of Dean Knittel Memorial; Finishes Runner-Up!
(September 15, 2019) Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer Delmas Conley was the lone Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) driver in action on Saturday evening, September 14, as the Wheelersburg, Ohio native ventured north to Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio for the unsanctioned 'Dean Knittel Memorial.' Delmas laid down the quickest lap overall during the Super Late Model qualifying session to earn Fast Time honors and later scored the victory in his heat race. After leading much of the 25-lap headliner and eyeing the $3,554 top prize, Delmas wound up settling for a strong runner-up performance behind only victor Steve Casebolt. Full results from Atomic Speedway can be accessed online at www.atomicspeedway.net.

R.J. Conley Transfers into 49th Annual 'World 100' at Eldora Speedway
(September 8, 2019) Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) invaded the hallowed ground of Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio from September 5-7 for the 49th edition of the fabled 'World 100.' The three-day crown jewel extravaganza in the Buckeye State started with a pair of $10,000 to win Twin 25 preliminary programs. On Thursday evening in the weekend lid lifter, both CMI drivers in attendance failed to transfer into their 25-lap sprints, as R.J. Conley ran eighth in his heat race and third in his B-Main and Rod Conley finished ninth in his heat race and fifth in his B-Main. A similar story was unfortunately told on Friday night at the 1/2-mile, high-banked speedplant, as both R.J. and Rod placed fourth in their consolation events to miss out on their 25-lappers by a mere two positions.

A whopping $52,000 top prize was then up for grabs at the "Big E" on Saturday, as a record crowd gathered to witness the culmination of the annual 'World 100.' While "Hot Rod" wound up ninth in his heat race and eleventh in his B-Main to unfortunately miss out on transferring into the 100-lap headliner, his brother R.J. was able to advance into the 'World 100' feature field. After finishing fifth in his loaded heat race and fourth in his B-Main, R.J. steered past six competitors during the extra-distance affair to land a twenty-second place effort in the most prestigious event in our industry. Complete results from the action-packed weekend can be viewed by clicking on www.eldoraspeedway.com. (Todd Healy Photo)

R.J. Conley Steers to Top Ten Performance in Bob Miller Memorial at PRP
(September 2, 2019) The Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) teams found themselves in Labor Day weekend action on August 31-September 1 at Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio and Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series invaded PRP on Saturday evening for the annual 'Bob Miller Memorial,' which boasted a $12,000 top prize. R.J. Conley grabbed the fourth transfer spot through his stacked heat race and later picked off four competitors during the course of the 50-lap feature event to nab a solid ninth place performance. Rod Conley, of Wheelersburg, Ohio, finished fifth in his heat race, sixth in the B-Main, and nineteenth in the 'Bob Miller Memorial.'

At Eldora on Sunday night in the annual running of the 'Baltes Classic,' the two Conley brothers did battle to vie for the $5,000 winner's check in the American Late Model Series (ALMS) special. R.J. wound up eighth in his heat race and fourth in his B-Main, while Rod placed seventh in his heat race and fourth in his B-Main. Unfortunately, both CMI drivers missed a coveted transfer spot into the 30-lap feature by one mere position through their consolation race and were forced to watch the headliner that was eventually won by Ricky Weiss. Complete results from the holiday weekend can be located online at www.lucasdirt.com and www.eldoraspeedway.com.

Fourth Win of 2019 Campaign for R.J. Conley Comes at Nearby Portsmouth!
(August 25, 2019) R.J. Conley, of Wheelersburg, Ohio, racked up his fourth triumph of the 2019 racing season on Saturday evening, August 24 at the nearby Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio! R.J. knocked down the second fastest lap overall during qualifying prior to finishing second in the fast dash and grabbing the point on lap two of the 25-lap weekly Super Late Model headliner. He then kept the field behind him for the remainder of the contest to bag the $2,000 payday ahead of Brandon Fouts, Delmas Conley, Kenny Christy, and Robbie Lewis!

Delmas, the patriarch of the racing Conley family and a National Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer, also qualified well before running fourth in the dash and climbing to a podium effort in the 25-lapper. Rod Conley was also in the pit area at PRP and finished second in his heat race before steering his familiar #71r past a couple of competitors in the A-Main to secure a seventh place showing. Complete results from Portsmouth Raceway Park can be located online at www.portsraceway.com. (Josh Wilson Photography)

R.J. Conley Runner-Up in Ike Moler Memorial; Rod Conley Fourth at PRP
(August 18, 2019) Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) found themselves at Moler Raceway Park in Williamsburg, Ohio and Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio on August 16-17 for a pair of unsanctioned special events. At Moler on Friday night in the annual 'Ike Moler Memorial,' R.J. Conley turned in the best performance, as he timed in second fastest overall in qualifying, placed second in the fast dash, and later earned an impressive runner-up effort in the $5,000 to win headliner after slipping back to as far as sixth in the running order early in the 50-lapper. When the checkered flag waved over the field, R.J. found himself trailing only victor Steve Casebolt. Rod and J.T. Conley were also in the pit area at Moler, but mechanical issues for both drivers cost them a chance to advance into the 'Ike Moler Memorial.'

At Portsmouth on Saturday evening, the 25th and final 'Fred Dillow Memorial' was on tap and a $6,083 top prize and several lucrative bonuses were on the line. Rod wound up with the best finish for the Wheelersburg, Ohio-based Super Late Model team, as he won his heat race in preliminary action before streaking past a trio of competitors in the 40-lap main event to garner a strong fourth place showing behind only race winner Steve Casebolt, Devin Gilpin, and Brandon Fouts. Hall of Famer Delmas Conley was spun while leading his heat race, took the victory in the B-Main, and blasted past eleven cars in the A-Main to salvage a sixth place finish. J.T. ran fourth in his heat race and thirteenth in the feature, while his dad R.J. finished second in the dash and was running second early in the headliner when motor issues dropped him to a disappointing eighteenth place outing. Full results from both of these races can be accessed online at www.thenewmrp.com and www.portsraceway.com.

Busy Weekend for CMI Nets Pair of $2,000 Victories in Buckeye State!
(August 4, 2019) The Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) teams were very busy in the states of Ohio and West Virginia over the August 2-3 weekend, but the hectic couple of days led to a pair of $2,000 feature victories for both Delmas and R.J. Conley! Delmas won his heat race in preliminary action at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio on Saturday prior to taking advantage of leader Steve Casebolt's misfortune to lead the final seven laps of the weekly main event. The Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer picked up the $2,000 payday for his second victory of the 2019 season over Mark Frazier, Clint Keenan, Lee Logan, and Ralph Withem!

R.J. Conley shrugged off a disappointing sixteenth place finish on Friday at Brushcreek Motorsports Complex in Peebles, Ohio to land his third triumph of 2019 on Saturday evening at Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio! R.J. swept the weekly Super Late Model program at PRP by setting Fast Time in qualifying, winning the heat race, and leading each and every lap of the headliner to bag the $2,000 top prize over Shannon Thornsberry, Kenny Christy, Audie Swartz, and his son J.T. Conley. J.T. had finished fourth in the heat race prior to claiming the top five finish, which marked his best run so far during the 2019 campaign!

Rod Conley competed in a pair of Ultimate Mid-Ohio Valley Super Late Model Series specials over the weekend at Brushcreek Motorsports Complex and Princeton Speedway in Princeton, West Virginia. On Friday in a $3,000 to win battle at Brushcreek, Rod knocked down the second quickest time overall during qualifying, placed fifth in the fast dash, and later advanced up to third in the feature to trail only victor Tyler Carpenter and runner-up Jackie Boggs. At Princeton on Saturday night in a $5,000 to win throwdown, the Wheelersburg, Ohio ace placed seventh in the final finishing order of the 'West Virginia Dirt Cup.' Full results from each of these races can be accessed online at www.atomicspeedway.net, www.portsraceway.com, and www.ultimatesupers.com.

Delmas Fourth at Atomic; Rod Lands in Top Ten with Ultimate MOV Tour
(July 28, 2019) Delmas and Rod Conley were both in dirt-slinging action over the July 26-27 weekend in the Buckeye State of Ohio. Delmas, who is a Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer, unloaded his famed #71 machine on Saturday evening at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio. The patriarch of the racing Conley clan placed third in his heat race and ran amongst the top five throughout the $2,000 to win weekly main event. At the checkers in the 25-lapper, Delmas found himself in the fourth position behind only victor Steve Casebolt, Mark Frazier, and Freddie Carpenter.

Rod and his #71r team invaded both Hilltop Speedway in Millersburg, Ohio and Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio over the weekend for a pair of $3,000 to win Ultimate Mid-Ohio Valley Super Late Model Series tilts. On Friday at Hilltop, Rod wound up sixth in the final finishing order behind only race winner Tyler Carpenter, Corey Conley, Freddie Carpenter, Mike Pegher, Jr., and J.R. Gentry. At Wayne County on Saturday night in the annual 'Gross Memorial,' Rod finished second in heat race action and later crossed the finish line in the ninth spot after 30 green flag feature circuits. Full results from all three facilities can be viewed online at www.atomicspeedway.net and www.ultimatesupers.com.

Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) Tackles Richmond and Portsmouth
(July 21, 2019) The Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) team headed to two different tracks in the states of Kentucky and Ohio over the July 19-20 weekend. Rod Conley took his #71r machine south to Richmond Raceway in Richmond, Kentucky to compete in the annual 'Butch Shay Memorial,' which was sanctioned by the Ultimate Mid-Ohio Valley Super Late Model Series. On Friday night in the $3,000 to win weekend opener, Rod won his heat race in preliminary action and later moved up one spot in the 30-lapper to land in the sixth finishing position. At Richmond on Saturday evening in the $5,000 to win 'Butch Shay Memorial,' Rod finished seventh in his heat race, third in his B-Main, and thirteenth in the 50-lap headliner after blitzing past ten competitors.

Delmas Conley was the other CMI driver in competition over the weekend, as he ventured to the nearby Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio for a weekly Super Late Model program. Delmas posted the fifth fastest lap overall during the qualifying session and later placed second in his heat race. After starting the main event from the inside of the second row, the Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer was gunning for the $2,000 payday before eventually settling for a fourth place showing behind only victor Steve Casebolt, Kenny Christy, and Shannon Thornsberry. Full results from both facilities can be accessed online at www.richmond-raceway.net and www.portsraceway.com.

R.J. Conley Celebrates in Victory Lane for Second Time in 2019 at PRP!
(July 14, 2019) R.J. Conley, of Wheelersburg, Ohio, claimed his second feature win of 2019 on Saturday evening, July 13 in a "Christmas in July" show at the nearby Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio! R.J. swept the night, as he earned Fast Time honors in qualifying, won his heat race, and later led flag-to-flag in the main event. He beat Brandon Fouts, Shannon Thornsberry, Audie Swartz, and Ron Hinds II to the checkered flag to bag the $2,000 top prize. His son J.T. Conley was also in action at PRP and ran fourth in his heat race prior to vaulting up inside of the top five in the feature before settling for a solid sixth place showing.

Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer Delmas Conley wound up at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio on Saturday night, July 13 for a similar weekly show, which also boasted a $2,000 winner's check. Delmas laid down the quickest lap overall during qualifying and ran second in his heat race. Unfortunately, the patriarch of the racing Conley family was ran off the track during the feature and was an early retiree, as Delmas was paid for an eighteenth place performance. Full results from both southern Ohio facilities can be viewed online at www.atomicspeedway.net and www.portsraceway.com. (Firehouse Photography)

 

 

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