Nick Hoffman captures first WoO Late Models win at Stateline

Nick Hoffman won on Tuesday at Stateline

On Saturday night, Nick Hoffman scored a win in the Jim Dunn Memorial at Muskingum County Speedway and he followed that up on Tuesday night at Stateline Speedway capturing his first career World of Outlaws CASE Construction Late Model Series win. This event served as a lead in for a big weekend for this national touring series at Ohio’s Sharon Speedway.

The Longhorn Chassis driver from Mooresville, North Carolina earned $10,000 for his efforts on the track located in Busti, New York in a race shown live by

A total of 42 cars were signed in for competition

Qualifying Results:

Group A Results- 1. Bobby Pierce(16.675), 2. Gordy Gundaker, 3. Tanner English, 4. Dennis Erb Jr., 5. Dave Hess Jr., 6. Brent Larson, 7. Todd Cooney, 8. Ryan Gustin

Group B Results- 1. Max Blair(16.860), 2. Nick Hoffman, 3. Drake Troutman, 4. Brian Shirley, 5. Brandon Sheppard, 6. Kyle Bronson, 7. Chub Frank, 8. Shane Clanton

Heat 1 Results: 1. Bobby Pierce, 2. Tanner English, 3. Todd Cooney, 4. Dave Hess Jr.

Heat 2 Results: 1. Gordy Gundaker, 2. Chris Madden, 3. Brent Larson, 4. Ryan Gustin

Heat 3 Results: 1. Max Blair, 2. Chub Frank, 3. Cade Dillard, 4. Brandon Sheppard

Heat 4 Results: 1. Nick Hoffman, 2. Kyle Bronson, 3. Brian Shirley, 4. Shane Clanton

Last Chance Showdown 1 Finish: 1. Dennis Erb Jr., 2. Breyton Santee, 3. Logan Martin

Last Chance Showdown 2 Finish: 1. Johnny Scott, 2. Steve Kania, 3. Mike Knight

WoO Redraw Results: 1. Gordy Gundaker, 2. Nick Hoffman, 3. Max Blair, 4. Bobby Pierce, 5.Tanner English, 6. Chris Madden, 7. Chub Frank, 8. Kyle Bronson

Feature Re-cap: The 40-lap feature got underway with Gundaker leading Hoffman, Blair, Pierce and Madden. Hoffman wasted no time as he took the lead away from Gundaker on the second circuit. Further back, English and Madden were exchanging the fifth spot. 

Hoffman was in the process of getting away from the second place battle between Gundaker and Blair until a lap 10 caution for Dustin Walker slowed the pace.

On the lap 10 restart, Gundaker and Blair fought over second before Blair claimed the position on lap 13. Just behind, Madden took fourth from Pierce with English closing in. Once more, Hoffman pulled away from the pack by the halfway mark.

Hoffman found himself trapped behind slower traffic which allowed Blair to close from second but a caution for the stalled car of Santee put the racing action on pause on lap 25. Pierce went back to fourth on the restart then to third one lap later.

As the laps clicked inside of 10 to go, Hoffman appeared in control as the most cars hugged the bottom lane of the speedway. However, the leader caught the tail of the field which allowed Blair and Pierce to gain ground. But in the end, it was Hoffman who would claim the victory.

Feature Results: 1. Nick Hoffman, 2. Max Blair, 3. Bobby Pierce, 4. Gordy Gundaker, 5. Chub Frank, 6. Chris Madden, 7. Tanner English, 8. Kyle Bronson, 9. Cade Dillard, 10. Dave Hess Jr., 11. Brian Shirley, 12. Brandon Sheppard, 13. Ryan Gustin, 14. Shane Clanton, 15. Brent Larson, 16. Boom Briggs, 17. Todd Cooney, 18. Logan Martin, 19. Mike Knight, 20. Dennis Erb Jr., 21. Johnny Scott, 22. Steve Kania, 23. Dustin Walker, 24. Breyton Santee

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