Gilpin Leads on Two Occasions;
Finishes Runner-Up in MARS Visit
14, 2019) Devin Gilpin, of Columbus, Indiana, was
back in the pit area at the legendary Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown,
Indiana on Saturday evening, April 13, as the Schaeffer's Oil MARS
Racing Series roared into town to preside over a $5,000 to win throwdown.
Devin knocked down the fastest lap in Group A during the qualifying
session prior to picking up the victory in heat race action. After
starting the 40-lap Super Late Model special from the pole position,
Devin led laps 7-12 and 14-17 before settling for a close runner-up
behind only victor Kent Robinson. Complete results from Brownstown
Speedway last night can be accessed online at www.marsracingseries.com.
Terminal Mechanical Woes
Sideline Gilpin at Brownstown...
7, 2019) Only days removed from becoming a dad to
his new son Grayson, Devin Gilpin returned to Open Wheel Modified
action on Saturday night, April 6 at Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown,
Indiana. In the $600 to win weekly show, Devin was gunning for his
third straight win at the 1/4-mile fairgrounds oval. Unfortunately,
terminal mechanical problems under the hood of his #1G machine during
his heat race forced him to scratch from the remainder of the program.
Full results from last night can be located online at www.brownstownspeedway.com.
Gilpin Goes Back-to-Back
in Open Wheel Modified at Brownstown!
24, 2019) The Devin Gilpin Racing (DGR) team continued
their hot start to the 2019 racing season at Brownstown Speedway
in Brownstown, Indiana, as they recorded the win in the Open Wheel
Modified portion of the 'No Way Out 40' on Saturday night, March
23! Devin Gilpin picked up the checkers in his heat race and went
on to capture the $1,100 payday in the main event. The Columbus,
Indiana ace beat Ryan Thomas, Brayden Watson, Matt Boknecht, and
Jordan Wever to the checkered flag to notch his 69th career triumph
at the 1/4-mile fairgrounds oval. Full results from last night can
be located online at www.brownstownspeedway.com.
Devin Gilpin Victorious
in Modified Portion of Indiana Icebreaker!
17, 2019) Devin Gilpin, of Columbus, Indiana, claimed
his first victory of the young 2019 racing season on Saturday evening,
March 16 at the legendary Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, Indiana!
During the Open Wheel Modified portion of the 'Indiana Icebreaker,'
Devin advanced to second in heat race action and later found the
front early in the headliner. He went on to score the $1,000 windfall
over Jamie Lomax, Paul Miles, Jacoby Hines, and Tommy Sheppard!
Full results from the 22nd Annual 'Indiana Icebreaker' can be located
online at www.brownstownspeedway.com.
Gilpin and Jim Beeman
Motorsports Split; Indiana Icebreaker Next
6, 2019) As announced recently across social media
platforms, Devin Gilpin and Jim Beeman Motorsports have officially
parted ways and Devin will no longer pilot the #1G MasterSbilt racecar.
Instead, the Columbus, Indiana ace will return to his family owned
equipment out of the DASCO Racing Supply stable. Weather pending,
Devin will sling dirt next during the 22nd edition of the 'Indiana
Icebreaker' on Saturday, March 16 at Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown,
Indiana. He is scheduled to vie for the $12,000 top prize in the
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series portion of the single-day program,
as well as compete in the Open Wheel Modified division. More information
on the 'Indiana Icebreaker' can be viewed online at www.brownstownspeedway.com.
Results from East Bay...
9, 2019) The final round of the 'Winternationals'
at East Bay Raceway Park paid out another $12,000 top prize tonight.
A strong field of 41 competitors signed in at the pit gate at the
Gibsonton, Florida facility to do battle in the Lucas Oil Late Model
Dirt Series special. The Jim Beeman Motorsports team decided to
unload the #1G again, but Devin Gilpin unfortunately could not make
his way into the 50-lap grand finale finishing eighth in his heat
race and twelfth in his B-Main.
(February 7, 2019) The
fourth leg of the 43rd annual 'Winternationals' greeted Jim Beeman
Motorsports tonight at East Bay Raceway Park and another $7,000
paycheck was on the line for the cars and stars racing with the
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. In qualifying at the Gibsonton,
Florida oval tonight, Devin Gilpin notched the eleventh fastest
lap in Group B and was running strong in his heat race until an
unfortunate wreck dropped him to a sixth place effort. Devin then
scratched from his B-Main and the #1G team is likely headed home
- ending their week in the Tampa area prematurely.
(February 6, 2019) Round
three of the 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton,
Florida took place earlier tonight and all eyes in the pit area
were on capturing the $7,000 payday. Devin Gilpin qualified thirteenth
quickest in Group B during time trials, but later finished eighth
in his heat race and fifteenth in his B-Main. Devin was unfortunately
unable to make the start in the 40-lap main event that was eventually
won by Jonathan Davenport.
(February 5, 2019) Another
$5,000 windfall was up for grabs with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt
Series tonight at East Bay Raceway Park. The Gibsonton, Florida
facility drew a stout 56 car field and Devin Gilpin started his
night off by clicking off the eighth quickest lap in Group A during
time trials. Devin unfortunately went for a spin in his heat race
to finish ninth and later scratched from his B-Main. After receiving
a Fast Time provisional to gain access into the 30-lap sprint, Devin
retired after only five circuits and settled for a twenty-fifth
(February 4, 2019) The
43rd annual 'Winternationals' kicked off tonight at East Bay Raceway
Park in Gibsonton, Florida and 53 competitors showed up to do battle
for the $5,000 winner's check. Devin Gilpin posted the eighth fastest
lap in Group B during Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series qualifying
before battling hard for a transfer spot through his heat race.
Unfortunately, Devin lost fuel pressure late in his prelim and was
forced to scratch from the remainder of the program.
Super Bowl of Racing
Nightly Results from Golden Isles...
2, 2019) Another $12,000 payday was on the line
with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tonight in the 'Super
Bowl of Racing' finale at Golden Isles Speedway. A stout 37 car
field signed into the pit area at the Brunswick, Georgia-area oval
and a large crowd was on hand to witness all of the ground-pounding
action. Devin Gilpin stopped the clock sixteenth
fastest in his group during time trials, but later finished ninth
in his heat race. After scratching from his B-Main, Devin was unfortunately
forced to watch the 50-lapper that was won by Earl Pearson, Jr.
(February 1, 2019) The
2019 edition of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season got
underway tonight in the 'Super Bowl of Racing' opener at Golden
Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia. Most of the $12,000 to win
racing program was completed this evening, but the final B-Main
and the 50-lap headliner were pushed to Saturday afternoon after
inclement weather struck the southern Georgia speedplant. Devin
Gilpin, who was wheeling a Jim Beeman Motorsports entry, timed in
fifteenth fastest in Group B during qualifying prior to grabbing
the fourth and final transfer spot through his stacked heat race.
In the daytime main event, Devin started from the outside of the
seventh row and wound up being paid for a fifteenth place performance.