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Wendell Wallace Picks Up Second Checkered Flag of 2021 Season!

(July 24, 2021) Wendell Wallace and his #6m team celebrated in victory lane for the second time in 2021 on Friday night, July 23 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway! Wendell won his heat race in preliminary action and later started the 25-lap weekly IMCA Modified headliner from the outside of the fifth row. The Batesville, Arkansas Hall of Famer then streaked to the front and took the lead around the halfway mark in the contest. Wendell led the remainder of the way to pocket the $500 payday ahead of runner-up Rusty Jeffrey, Heath Grizzle, Joe Payne, and John Waugh! Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com. (Jason Brickey Photo)


Wallace Streaks Up to Fourth in Independence Day Weekend Show at BMS

(July 3, 2021) The #6m team was back in competition on Friday evening, July 2 leading into the Independence Day holiday. A weekly IMCA Modified program was held at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway and a $500 paycheck was on the line at the Locust Grove, Arkansas venue. Wendell Wallace won his heat race from the sixth starting spot and later rolled off from the outside of the sixth row in the 25-lap main event. The "Batesville Bullet" then streaked past eight competitors during the contest to land in the fourth finishing position behind only race winner Jeff Taylor, John Waugh, and Brandon Smith! Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Rebounds to Finish Ninth at Batesville Motor Speedway

(June 26, 2021) Wendell Wallace and his #6m team returned to racing action on Friday night, June 25 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway. A $1,500 payday was up for grabs at the Locust Grove, Arkansas oval last evening for the open wheel warriors. Wendell advanced three spots to finish fourth in his heat race and later rolled off from the inside of the sixth row in the IMCA Modified headliner. He was then knocking on the door to the top five early in the distance when he was unfortunately spun out from behind. Wendell then had to rally from the back of the pack to salvage a steady ninth place feature showing. Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wallace Kicks Off Season in Batesville Motor Speedway Victory Lane!

(May 9, 2021) After enduring off-season rotator cuff surgery and the subsequent rehab, Wendell Wallace started his 2021 campaign in winning fashion on Friday, May 7 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in the opening night of the annual 'Bad Boy 98' weekend. Wendell advanced to third in his heat race and later started his season opening feature from the outside of the sixth row. The Batesville, Arkansas ace then streaked past the eleven competitors in front of him and drove off from the talented field to pocket the $750 winner's check! In Saturday's $750 to win 'Bad Boy 98' Open Wheel Modified finale, Wendell was unfortunately caught up in a heat race wreck before passing ten cars in the headliner to salvage an eleventh place showing. Full results from both weekend contests at the Locust Grove, Arkansas oval can be found online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com. (Jason Brickey Photo)


Wendell Wallace Closes Out 2020 Season in Leon Cloninger Memorial

(November 1, 2020) Batesville, Arkansas standout Wendell Wallace wrapped up his version of the 2020 racing season on Saturday night, October 31 in the 'Leon Cloninger Memorial' at Central Arkansas Motor Speedway in Plumerville, Arkansas. The IMCA Modified special at the home state facility boasted a $1,504 top prize. Wendell won his heat race in preliminary action to earn the pole position for the 'Leon Cloninger Memorial' headliner. He battled for the lead early in the contest before packing the right rear wheel full of mud. After pitting, Wendell was able to rally back through the field to salvage an eighth place showing in his 2020 season finale. Full results from last night can be found on the Central Arkansas Motor Speedway Facebook page. (Seth Lacewell Photography)


Wallace Runner-Up in Blue Moon Madness at Legit Speedway Park!

(October 18, 2020) Wendell Wallace took his #6m IMCA Modified to Legit Speedway Park in West Plains, Missouri on Saturday evening, October 17. The annual running of 'Blue Moon Madness' took place at the former West Plains Motor Speedway in West Plains, Missouri and a $1,000 winner's check was up for grabs for the open wheel warriors. Wendell improved six spots during his heat race to finish second and later rolled off from the inside of the second row in the 30-lap feature event. The Batesville, Arkansas ace then drove up to second in the headliner to score an impressive runner-up effort behind only race winner Sawyer Crigler. Full results from Legit Speedway Park can be accessed online at www.legitspeedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Battles Back for Top Ten Showing in Batesville Biggie

(October 12, 2020) The Wendell Wallace Autosports team invaded the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas from October 6-11 for the annual running of the 'Race for Hope 71.' Wendell Wallace transferred into the $12,000 to win finale through Thursday's prelim where he finished fifth in the nightly feature event. After Saturday night's grand finale was pushed back to Sunday due to inclement weather, Wendell started fourteenth in the 71-lap IMCA Modified headliner. The Batesville, Arkansas ace then pitted for tires at the fuel stop and was forced to battle from the back to salvage a tenth place effort. Full results from the 'Race for Hope 71' can be viewed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wallace Nabs Top Five in $5,000 Ron Ghormley Memorial

(September 27, 2020) Wendell Wallace and his #6M team ventured to I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas on Saturday evening, September 26 for the annual running of the 'Ron Ghormley Memorial.' The IMCA Modified special drew a stout field of open wheel warriors to battle for the $5,000 winner's check. After running second in his heat race, Wendell started the 30-lap feature event from the inside of the second row. The Batesville, Arkansas standout then worked hard in the seat to stay inside of the top five and eventually brought home a solid fifth place performance behind only winner Justin Whitehead, Peyton Taylor, Dustin Hyde, and Timmy Culp. Full results from last night at I-30 Speedway can be viewed online at www.i-30speedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Wins Fourth of Season in Thursday Night Thunder!

(September 11, 2020) Batesville, Arkansas standout Wendell Wallace celebrated in Batesville Motor Speedway victory lane for the fourth time in 2020 in a special Thursday Night Thunder program on September 10! Wendell ran second in his IMCA Modified heat race and later started the weekly headliner from the inside of the third row. The "Batesville Bullet" then stormed to the front early in the feature, grabbed the point around the lap five mark, and drove to the $500 victory at the Locust Grove, Arkansas facility to best Roger Witt, Ricky Engles, Jr., Brandon Smith, and Brint Hartwick! Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com. (Jason Brickey Photo)


Wallace Advances into Topless 100 Weekend Opener at BMS

(August 23, 2020) Wendell Wallace and the #12m team made their way to the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas over the August 20-22 weekend for the 28th edition of the 'Topless 100.' The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series once again presided over the crown jewel spectacular, which kicked off with a pair of $5,000 to win preliminary showdowns. On Thursday night, Wendell made his debut in the Raymond Merrill-owned ride and finished fourth in his heat race, second in his B-Main, and twenty-third in the 30-lap main event. At BMS on Friday evening, Wendell unfortunately missed out on the 30-lapper after running fourth in his stacked heat race and ninth in his B-Main.

The Batesville, Arkansas superstar was then hunting his second 'Topless 100' title on Saturday, as a $40,000 top prize was up for grabs in the headliner. Unfortunately, Wendell was not able to advance into the 100-lap contest after placing seventh in his B-Main. Complete results from the roofless Batesville biggie can be viewed online by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.


Wendell Wallace Guns for Second Topless 100 Title Aboard Merrill Entry!

(August 19, 2020) When the 28th edition of the COMP Cams 'Topless 100' gets underway tomorrow night, a familiar face will be in the pit area at Batesville Motor Speedway. The 1998 winner Wendell Wallace, who has not competed in a Super Late Model event during the 2020 racing season, will be gunning for his second 'Topless 100' title at the nearby Locust Grove, Arkansas oval aboard a #12m Barry Wright Race Cars Icon entry for car owner Raymond Merrill of Sallisaw, Oklahoma. Wendell is always a threat when he takes to the track at BMS in any division, as he has picked up three IMCA Modified feature victories and two runner-ups in only six starts this year at his hometown facility.

"I have to thank Raymond Merrill for putting me in a car this weekend for the Topless 100 and I can't wait to be back behind the wheel of a Super Late Model!" exclaimed the Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer today in a telephone conversation. "Raymond has great equipment and it will be a lot of fun competing again in such a competitive car. The Topless 100 has always been one of my favorite races - along with the Show-Me 100 - and it would be very special to be in contention to win that race for a second time!"


Wallace Blasts to Second to Score Runner-Up at Batesville!

(August 8, 2020) The Wendell Wallace Autosports team rolled back into the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas on Friday night, August 7 to compete in another weekly IMCA Modified program. Wendell Wallace ran second in his heat race and later started the 25-lap open wheel feature event from the outside of the sixth row. Wendell then helped put on a great show at his hometown racetrack, as he blitzed past ten competitors en route to a sterling runner-up effort behind only $500 victor Brint Hartwick. Full results from Friday at BMS can be viewed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Continues Winning Ways at Nearby Batesville!

(July 11, 2020) Wendell Wallace, of Batesville, Arkansas, landed in Batesville Motor Speedway victory lane for the third time in 2020 on Friday night, July 10! Wendell won his heat race from the fourth starting spot and later rolled off from the inside of the fifth row in the weekly IMCA Modified feature event at the nearby Locust Grove, Arkansas facility. Wendell then drove to the front in the headliner, led laps 11-25, and beat Brandon Smith, Ashton Wilkey, Brint Hartwick, and Heath Grizzle to the finish line to capture the checkered flag! Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com. (Jason Brickey Photo)


Wallace Rolls to Second Feature Win of 2020 at Batesville!!!

(June 27, 2020) The "Batesville Bullet" Wendell Wallace secured his second Open Wheel Modified victory of the 2020 campaign on Friday night, June 26 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas! Wendell won his heat race in preliminary action and later started the weekly headliner from the inside of the third row. The Batesville, Arkansas ace then streaked to the front of the field, took the lead around the halfway point, and celebrated a $500 win over Brint Hartwick, Ashton Wilkey, Clay Norris, and Wayne Brooks. Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com. (Jason Brickey Photo)


Wendell Wallace Retires Early at Batesville; Sees Rain at Little Rock

(June 21, 2020) Wendell Wallace, of nearby Batesville, Arkansas, made the short trek to Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas on Friday night, June 19 for a weekly IMCA Modified program. With track conditions far from optimal, Wendell made only a few laps in his heat race and the $500 to win feature event - eventually settling for a twenty-first place showing. The #6m team then made the trip to I-30 Speedway in Little Rock, Arkansas on Saturday evening, June 20 for the annual 'Scrapp Fox Tribute.' Unfortunately, the $1,500 to win IMCA Modified special was washed out by rain showers. Full results from Friday at BMS can be viewed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wallace Charges to Runner-Up Effort at Batesville Motor Speedway!

(June 6, 2020) Fresh off his first triumph of 2020 last week, the Wendell Wallace Autosports team was back in the pit area at Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas on Friday evening, June 5. Another weekly IMCA Modified show was on tap at the nearby oval and a $500 top prize was up for grabs. Wendell Wallace ran second in his heat race and later rolled off from the outside of the fifth row in the A-Main. The Batesville, Arkansas ace then picked off eight cars on his way towards the front of the field to capture a strong runner-up performance behind only race winner Roger Witt. Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com.


Wendell Wallace Beats Field at Batesville; Collects First Win of 2020!

(May 30, 2020) Wendell Wallace, of Batesville, Arkansas, reached victory lane for the first time during his 2020 racing season - in only his second feature start - on Friday night, May 29 at the nearby Batesville Motor Speedway in Locust Grove, Arkansas! Wendell won his IMCA Modified heat race and later proved to have the car to beat in the weekly main event as well. At the unfurling of the checkered flag, the "Batesville Bullet" was celebrating a $500 triumph over Richie Tosh, Travis Mosley, Brint Hartwick, and Ashton Wilkey. Full results from last night at BMS can be accessed online at www.batesvillemotorspeedway.com. (Jason Brickey Photo)


Wallace Finally Kicks Off 2020 Campaign at Legit Speedway Park

(May 24, 2020) The #6m team finally lifted the lid to their 2020 racing season on Saturday evening, May 23 at Legit Speedway Park in West Plains, Missouri. Following a rain-out on Friday at the former West Plains Motor Speedway, Wendell Wallace competed for the $1,000 top prize in the Open Wheel Modified division at the 3/8-mile oval. Wendell sported a fast racecar right off the trailer in his season opener and climbed to third in the A-Main to claim an apparent podium effort. However, the Batesville, Arkansas ace was deemed 10 pounds light at the scale in post-race inspection, which dropped him to twenty-second in the final finishing order. Full results from Legit can be accessed online at www.legitspeedway.com.

 

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