Winternationals Nightly Results from East Bay...
(February 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 place showing.

(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...
(February 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.

Gilpin and Jim Beeman Back Together in 2019; Eye Speedweeks!
(December 6, 2018) As the Performance Racing Industry (PRI) trade show gets underway today in nearby Indianapolis, Indiana, Devin Gilpin would like to announce that he will be returning behind the wheel of the #1G entry for Jim Beeman Motorsports in 2019! The combination was strong and steady throughout the 2018 campaign, as Devin was able to claim the Super Late Model Track Championship at both the hallowed high-banks of Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio and the legendary Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, Indiana. Their biggest win of the year came back on April 21 at Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky, as they captured the $5,000 windfall in a Schaeffer's Oil Spring Nationals Series contest. (Heath Lawson Photography)

"I am really excited for 2019 to get here and to be driving once again for Jim (Beeman)," exclaimed Gilpin, who reached victory lane on thirteen different occasions last season in both Super Late Model and Open Wheel Modified action. "Jim has great equipment and we are adding a brand-new MasterSbilt racecar to the arsenal this off-season. We started off real strong last spring with several special event wins and then closed out the year by leading a bunch of the World 100 at Eldora before winding up sixth. The plan is to start in Georgia and Florida during Speedweeks, so hopefully we can get off to a fast start against some great competition and build on things from there!" | full press release



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