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September 21, 2019 - Stormy Scores 6th Place Finish in Late Model Shootout at Kokomo Speedway
Following the Lucas Oil Late Model Series, Stormy and Johnny Scott was one of 23 cars on hand at Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo, Indiana) on Friday night for the Late Model Shootout. Stormy registered a 5th place finish in his heat while Johnny came in 8th. With $12,000 on the line in the feature, Stormy gained nine spots to place 9th while Johnny gained seven positions reeling in a 15th place outing. (Todd Battin photo)

On Saturday night at Brownstown Speedway (Brownstown, Indiana) for the 40th annual Jackson 100, Johnny locked his spot into the $15,000-to-win finale with a 10-lap heat race victory. Stormy recorded a 3rd place finish in his heat which positioned him 16th on the starting grid. Falling short of a Top-10 finish, Johnny slipped back to a 16th place finish while Stormy came in 18th.  

Stormy sits in 11th in the latest LOLMDS point standings. For full results from these events, please visit www.LucasDirt.com.

September 14, 2019 - Stormy Scott Lands Top 10 Finish in Knoxville Nationals Finale
On Thursday night Stormy and Johnny Scott returned with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series for the 16th annual Knoxville Nationals at Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, Iowa). In a field of 55 cars, Stormy recorded a 5th place finish in his heat while Johnny came in 6th. Transferring the Top 3 out of the B-Main and into the $7,000-to-win preliminary feature, Johnny fell short with a 7th place outing while Stormy captured a 15-lap consolation victory. Improving five spots in the 25-lapper, Stormy recorded a 14th place finish.

The following night, both drivers fell short of a transfer spot in their heat races sending them into the B-Main. Needing to place in the Top 3, Stormy fell one spot short with a 4th place finish while Johnny logged a 7th place outing.

With preliminary performances on Thursday and Friday determining the starting grid for the main event, Stormy locked into the 23rd-starting position while Johnny rolled off 9th in his B-Main. Sending the Top 6 into the $40,000-to-win finale, Johnny came one spot short with a 7th place finish. Stormy passed 16 cars in the 100-lap affair reeling in a 7th place finish. (Heath Lawson photo)

Stormy is currently 11th in the latest LOLMDS point standings. For full results from these events, please visit www.LucasDirt.com.

September 7, 2019 - Stormy Scott Scores 4th Place Finish in World 100 Finale at Eldora Speedway
Johnny and Stormy Scott most definitely left their mark on Eldora Speedway in their World 100 debut. The twin brothers from New Mexico made history throughout the weekend.

Stormy made a clean sweep of the weekend’s Shane Unger Rookie Awards to pocket $4,079 in cash prizes in his Mesilla Valley Transportation No. 2s Bloomquist Race Car/ Clements Racing Engine Late Model. Meanwhile, Stormy also claimed a pair of checks for his rookie performances in his Rancho Milagro No. 1st Bloomquist Race Car/ Clements Racing Engine Super Late Model. Not finished making history there, the brothers became the first New Mexico racers in history to qualify for the coveted finale. Last but not least, they were the only two rookies in the finale.

Stormy crossed the finish line in fourth, while Johnny registered a 21st-place finish.

“Our cars just kept getting better and better throughout the weekend,” Stormy said. “Early in the weekend, we both battled being good early in the night, but struggling late. However, by the time we got to Saturday our cars were good the whole night. Late in the 100 lapper my car really came to life, and I thought I might have a shot at the win but just couldn’t get past those last three guys. It was an amazing weekend though, and I can’t wait to go back.”

For Johnny Scott, he may not have gotten the finish he wanted in the 100 lapper, but it was still a dream weekend.

“Of everything I’ve ever done in my career, this is definitely my biggest moment,” Johnny commented in regards to qualifying for the 100-lap finale on Saturday night. “In the feature we were a little too tight early, but once we got rolling, I started picking some cars off. I got down a lap early there and was trapped in dirty air and couldn’t show just how good we were. I really think we had a Top-10 car, but overall, I can’t complain on how well we did our first time here. I can’t wait to come back.”

Thursday night found both Stormy and Johnny Scott making their World 100 debut at Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) during the 49th running of the event. Drawing 98 cars for a pair of preliminary features, Stormy locked his spot into the A-Main with a second-place finish in his heat race behind Brian Shirley, while Johnny finished fourth in his heat to earn a spot in a prelim. (Heath Lawson photo)

With $10,000 on the line, Johnny crossed the finish line in the 16th position, while Stormy registered a 14th-place outing.

For the second round of the World 100 on Friday evening, Johnny edged his way into a $10,000-to-win preliminary feature with a fourth-place finish in his heat race, while Stormy finished sixth. Recording a runner-up finish in his B-Main behind Scott James, Stormy earned the 24th-starting position for the A-Main.

In the 25-lap features, Johnny slipped seven spots to place 22nd, while Stormy notched a 21st-place finish.

Wrapping up the 49th annual World 100 on Saturday night, Stormy secured his spot into the main event with an impressive 15-lap heat race victory, while Johnny grabbed the third-and-final transfer spot in his heat race. With $52,000 on the line, Stormy gained one spot in the 100-lap affair to finish fourth behind Jonathan Davenport, Jimmy Owens, and Ricky Weiss. Johnny slipped four spots to notch a 21st-place finish.

For full results from the weekend, please visit www.EldoraSpeedway.com.

September 1 , 2019 - Scott Brothers Compete in Lucas Oil Labor Day Weekend
Beginning the Labor Day weekend, Stormy and Johnny Scott traveled to Ponderosa Speedway (Junction City, Kentucky) on Friday night for the John Bradshaw Memorial. In a field of 27 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series entries, Johnny came in 7th in his heat while Stormy came in 9th. Johnny went on to secure his spot into the opening night feature with a 12-lap consolation victory. After sitting out his B-Main and using a provisional into the A-Main, Stormy passed six cars to place 18th. Johnny gained five spots in the 50-lapper reeling in a 14th place finish.

The following night at Portsmouth Raceway Park (Portsmouth, Ohio) for the Bob Miller Memorial, Stormy edged his way into the $12,000-to-win A-Main with the 4th and final transfer spot in his heat. Johnny recorded a 7th place finish in his heat before placing 10th in his B-Main. Rolling off 14th, Stormy held his spot for all 50-laps to place 14th. (Heath Lawson photo)

On Sunday afternoon at Tyler County Speedway (Middlebourne, West Virginia) for the 51st annual Hillbilly 100, Johnny was a scratch from his heat but grabbed the 3rd and final transfer spot in his B-Main. Stormy followed up a 7th place finish in his heat with a 5th place finish in his B-Main. Relying on a provisional into the $30,000-to-win finale, Stormy passed 12 cars to place 13th while Johnny improved nine spots reeling in a 12th place finish.

Stormy remains in 11th in the latest LOLMDS point standings. For full results from these events, please visit www.LucasDirt.com.