RESULTS FROM EAST BAY...
13, 2015) A $10,000 top prize was on the line
tonight at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida and Vic
Hill was back behind the wheel of a Ricky Weiss entry. Vic timed
in second quickest in Group A for the event, but later slipped
back to fifth in his heat race and eleventh in his B-Main. After
receiving a Fast Time provisional to gain access into the 50-lap
feature event, Vic retired early from the race and was placed
twenty-sixth in the final rundown.
(February 12, 2015)
Vic Hill unexpectedly kicked off his version of the 2015 racing
season tonight at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida
aboard a back-up machine owned by Canadian Ricky Weiss. The Lucas
Oil Late Model Dirt Series presided over a $7,000 to win program
tonight at the "Clay by the Bay." Vic posted the fifteenth
quickest lap in Group A during the qualifying session and later
finished fifth in heat race action. Following a victory in his
B-Main, Vic retired early from the 45-lap headliner and settled
for a twenty-fourth place showing in his 2015 lid lifter.
PAIR OF TOP TENS IN FINALE WEEKEND!
23, 2014) Vic Hill Racing (VHR) wrapped up their
2014 racing season in a pair of $5,000 to win special events on
November 21-22 at Cleveland Speedway in Cleveland, Tennessee and
Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Georgia. On Friday night at Cleveland,
Vic Hill timed in fifth fastest in Group A during Southern All
Stars Dirt Racing Series (SAS) qualifying prior to finishing eighth
in the annual running of the 'Gobbler 50.' In his season finale
on Saturday evening at Boyd's, Vic laid down the eighth quickest
lap during the time trial session and later moved past two competitors
during the 50-lap headliner en route to a solid sixth place showing
behind only winner Donald McIntosh, Shane Clanton, Dylan Ames,
Riley Hickman, and Mike Marlar. Full results from both weekend
races can be accessed online at www.dirtondirt.com.
IN ACTION AT DIRT TRACK AT CHARLOTTE
9, 2014) Vic Hill and the Warrior House Car team
invaded the pristine Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, North
Carolina from November 6-8 for the 8th Annual 'World of Outlaws
World Finals.' The final two World of Outlaws Late Model Series
races of the season each paid $12,000 to the winner and drew an
incredible field of 77 entries to the 4/10-mile speedplant. On
Thursday night, Vic knocked down the twenty-first fastest lap
in Group A during qualifying for Friday's program and the twelfth
quickest time in Group A for Saturday's showdown. Unfortunately,
the Mosheim, Tennessee native was unable to transfer into either
of the 50-lap headliners after finishing seventh in his heat race
and thirteenth in his B-Main on Friday and fifth in his heat race
and ninth in his B-Main in the 'World Finals' finale on Saturday
evening. Full results from the Dirt Track at Charlotte can be
accessed online at www.woolms.com.
PILOT WARRIOR HOUSE CAR AT CHARLOTTE!
4, 2014) Mosheim, Tennessee ace Vic Hill will
jump behind the wheel of the Warrior House Car this coming weekend
(November 6-8) at the pristine Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord,
North Carolina! Armed with a potent Vic Hill Race Engine underneath
the hood of the #1G, Vic will tackle a pair of $12,000 to win
World of Outlaws Late Model Series showdowns in the annual running
of the 'World Finals' at the 4/10-mile speedplant. Qualifying
will take place on Thursday at the Charlotte-area oval, while
a pair of 50-lap headliners will thrill the standing-room-only
crowd on Friday and Saturday.
Sponsorship for the weekend will come in part from
Manpower to Horse Power (mp2hp.com).
Manpower to Horsepower is a hands-on program that teaches Veterans
motorsports management. Students study and build cars in the shop.
They also accompany the cars they have worked on to dirt races
and other sporting events!
COMPETES IN 44TH ANNUAL WORLD 100
7, 2014) Vic Hill and his #1 VHR team made the
trip north to the hallowed grounds of Eldora Speedway in Rossburg,
Ohio from September 4-6 for the 44th edition of the 'World 100.'
A total of 118 competitors converged on the 1/2-mile, high-banked
speedplant to compete in the biggest event in our industry. The
entire weekend did not go as planned for Vic Hill Racing, as Vic
was unable to transfer into any of the three feature events. The
Mosheim, Tennessee native finished sixth in both his heat race
and his B-Main on Thursday night, seventh in his heat race and
tenth in his B-Main on Friday evening, and eighteenth in his heat
race prior to Saturday's $47,000 to win 'World 100.' Complete
results from the "Big E" can be located online at www.eldoraspeedway.com.