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  • Originally posted by GTigers55 View Post

    They did that the year prior as well I think? Then Dobmeier combined a bunch of teams and JimCo fielded it for Schurenberg last year. Schurenberg was always successful in his own equipment as well so hopefully he still has all of that to fall back on.
    Hunter stated "Would need a little help to get it back out" when asked about his own #20 car. Didn't specify if that was financial or personnel help but he also did not eliminate that as a possibility.
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    • Hmm, sure looks like Dale Blaney standing there in the tweet from Mcghee Motorsports....
      2019 RACE COUNTER: 37

      Volusia - 4, Bubba - 3, Lincoln - 1, Williams Grove - 2, Port Royal - 2, Attica - 7, Waynesfield - 2, Virginia - 1, Eldora - 2, Fremont - 3, Mansfield - 1, Outlaw - 1, Stateline - 1, Weedsport - 1, Atomic - 1, Wayne County - 3, Muskingum - 1, Sharon - 1

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      • Originally posted by am0ti View Post
        Hmm, sure looks like Dale Blaney standing there in the tweet from Mcghee Motorsports....
        Would be a very good combination (IMO) and would be nice to see Dale back with the All-Stars as well.
        2019 Race Counter: 18
        Tracks: Attica (3), Bubba (3), Eldora (4), Fremont (1), Mansfield (1), Sharon (1), Volusia (4), Wayne County (1).
        DirtVision: 15.
        Speedshift: 20.
        Rain: Way to many to even count already!!

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        • Originally posted by DirtRacer42 View Post

          Would be a very good combination (IMO) and would be nice to see Dale back with the All-Stars as well.
          Yes it would. I think he can still get it done too.

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          • Chad Kemenah has found a few rides. Directly from the Chad Kemenah Racing Facebook page.

            Chad Kemenah Set For A Busy 2019 Season By: Joe Burrage Alvada, Ohio – (January 22, 2019) – Chad Kemenah has his 2019 Racing Plans set and he is proud to announce he will be racing with Shannon and Cheri Wheatley. The Redlined Welding, Kent Performance Chassis, Morrison Racing Engines No.45 sprinter first race of the season will be with the World of Outlaws at The Dirt Track at Las Vegas on February 27th and 28th. From there Kemenah and the Redlined Racing Team will stay on the West Coast and run most of the California Swing. “This is a tremendous opportunity to drive for Shannon and Cheri Wheatley, they are great people that have been around sprint car racing for a long time and understand what it takes to run a competitive team that can win races anywhere in the country,” says Kemenah. “I am very excited for the World of Outlaws races in Las Vegas and California, Shannon Wheatley helped me out when I was driving my white No.63 car and we clicked instantly, and I had my best ever West Coast Swing with the World of Outlaws so I am very thankful for this opportunity in 2019 and I am going to go out there and try to win as many races as I can for them.” The Redlined Racing Team will be running a True Outlaw style schedule in 2019. The team will race with the World of Outlaws, All Star Circuit of Champions, Central Pennsylvania and has plans to visit the Knoxville Raceway for some weekly shows along with all the high profile races throughout the United States. “Right now we have the Las Vegas and California World of Outlaws races set along with the high profile races but more will be announced soon,” said Kemenah. “Shannon and Cheri Wheatley are not only car owners but they both own successful businesses and we will make sure they have plenty of time to race and they will also get back home to make sure their businesses are running smoothly. My family and I are very grateful for this opportunity and I also would like to thank Champion Racing Oil, they have been racing with me for close to ten years now and there support has been fantastic, they produce the best racing oil and they are also tremendous people to work with.” The 2019 Season kicks off shortly at the Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida on January 31st thru February 3rd for three nights of racing and Chad is also pleased to announce he will pilot a second car for Liz Matus Racing. Liz Matus Racing has been racing with the All Star Circuit of Champions for the past couple of season with John Garvin behind the wheel. Kemenah and Liz Matus Racing Team will compete at Bubba Raceway and then move on to the Volusia Speedway Park to compete against The All Star Circuit of Champions and the World of Outlaws. “When John Garvin and Liz Matus were running with the All Star Series the past few season I was very fortunate to get to know them and help them out on the road since they have not seen a lot of the tracks outside of Western Pennsylvania,” said Kemenah. “Starting the season at Bubba Raceway Park will be fun, last year we able to pick up the win from the 17th starting position along with a third place run. I am very grateful that Liz Matus Racing is giving me an opportunity to race in Florida, the competition is tough in Florida to start the year but LMR has good equipment and we will have everything all ready to go here in the coming weeks.” Chad Kemenah and the Redlined Welding Racing Team have plans to race a very competitive schedule but when the No.45 sprinter is not racing Kemenah will drive a Champ Car for Father In-Law Bob Hampshire and family friend Clark Lamme. Kemenah will run several Champ Car Races on dirt only and is pretty excited about this unique opportunity. “This deal just kind of came up when I was at Bob Hampshire shop we were talking about Champ Car Races and it just turned into how about we run a few of the dirt races when you’re not racing the wing car,” says Kemenah. “Bob Hampshire has been successful with the Champ Car the past few season and it will be fun racing out there, I have never ran a Champ Car in a competitive race before but I am more than confident Bob Hampshire and Clark Lamme will have everything ready to go.” The 2019 Season is quickly approaching and be sure follow Chad Kemenah Racing on Facebook and Twitter for updates. Once the California World of Outlaws swing is completed The Redlined Welding Racing Team will have more updates on their schedule.
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            • Good news for Chad. He is a consistent driver.

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              • Glad to hear that Chad was able to put a few deals together. Sounds like it will be a busy season for him with two different owners in the winged cars and also with his father-in-law and Clark in the Champ Cars.

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                • Who is in the Kiser 23 car?

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                  • I believe Chris Andrews.
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                    • I think Chris Andrew's is going to run midgets full time next year.

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                      • I saw him driving a Toyota last week.

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                        • Originally posted by TheAMain View Post
                          I believe Chris Andrews.
                          I heard full time silver crown racing. With select midget shows for Keith kunz.

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                          • I stand corrected. Thought I read on Twitter that he and Foos were swapping rides.
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                            • I think that was a joke. They just swapped women for a night lol

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                              • Are there any new Fremont/Attica 410 teams this year

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