Wednesday April 18, 2018 (Eldora Speedway) - Dylan Houser earned his second career win at VLR tonight, and first in the UMP Modifieds, after a dominating performance over the course of 60 laps at the Eldora Speedway.
The Ocala, FL driver quickly advanced from his fourth starting spot to the point and then proceeded to put a hurting on the rest of the field by checking out to a four second lead when the first caution flag of the night flew on lap 37.
The first restart of the night with 23 laps to go saw Houser feature similar speed as he roared out to a full second advantage over second running Dylan Wilson. However, Houser would make a mistake on lap 44 and get into the turn one wall.
Tuesday April 17, 2018 (USA Speedway) - For the second week in a row we have a first time winner at VLR. Jacob Fields got the job done tonight in a grueling 60-lap battle at the USA Speedway.
Fields started from the pole position and appeared poised to run away with the race from the opening lap as he shot out to a big lead over a hungry pack of drivers. However, it wouldn't be as simple as that when series veteran Dylan Wilson got a great start on the final restart with 22 laps to go to take the lead for the first lead change of the race.
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 (Lanier Speedway) - One week after becoming an instant fan favorite with a stirring rally from the back in the Spring Fling qualifiers, Wisconsin driver Dylonn Fox earned his first career win at VLR in dramatic fashion at the Lanier Speedway.
Fox started from the pole position and led the first 30 laps before Dylan Wilson made a move on the outside of the young driver to take over the top spot. Wilson quickly shot out to a full second lead before encountering heavy lap traffic that allowed Fox to close back in. Fox worked the bottom side while Wilson was hung up behind the lap car of Ben Nading.
Tuesday April 10, 2018 (Limaland Motorsports Park) - Zakery Rounds brought home his first career victory at VLR in the late models tonight after a frantic run to the finish that saw the #29 machine go from fifth to second in a flash before rocketing to the lead with five laps to go and hanging on for a 1.5 second win.