Connect with us

CARS Late Model Stock Tour

24 Entered For Dominion CARS Tour Race

A solid field of 24 cars are entered for Saturday’s Radley Chevrolet 125 at Dominion Raceway as the CARS Tour reaches the halfway point of the 2021 season.

STS file photo

The CARS Late Model Stock Car Tour will be staying in Virginia for their seventh race of the 2021 season in the Radley Chevrolet 125 at Dominion Raceway.

Completed in 2016 as a spiritual successor to Old Dominion Speedway, the modern facility in Thornburg has made regular appearances on the CARS Tour schedule since the series first visited the track in 2017.

Former champions in Jared Fryar and Josh Berry have visited victory lane with the CARS Tour at Dominion but Jonathan Findley enters Saturday’s Radley Chevrolet 125 as the most recent winner at the track after surviving an attrition-filled race to lead the final 49 laps.

Although Findley is looking to defend his first career victory at Dominion, he and the rest of the CARS Tour field will have to figure out how to stop the recent efficiency from Justin Johnson Racing.

Johnson and his rookie teammate Kaden Honeycutt have won the two most recent CARS Tour events at Caraway Speedway and Langley Speedway. They will also have extra assistance this weekend in the form of 15 year-old Grant Thompson, who is making his CARS Tour debut.

A bad race from points leader Bobby McCarty at Langley has also put Johnson and Honeycutt in the middle of a tight  battle for the championship alongside Fryar and Deac McCaskill, with the five only being separated by ten points.

The Radley Chevrolet 125 can be viewed live on and is set to get underway following the first of two Virginia Racer 35-lap features at 7 p.m. The complete entry list can be found below.

#08 Deac McCaskill
#1 Craig Moore
#2 Brandon Pierce
#4 Jonathan Findley
#4h Kaden Honeycutt
#8 Rusty Skewes
#12 Timothy Peters
#14 Jared Fryar
#17 Joe Valento
#22 Bobby McCarty
#24 Mason Diaz
#41 Tyler Matthews
#44 Justin Johnson
#54 Grant Thompson
#81 Mini Tyrrell
#81b Sam Butler
#87 Mike Looney
#88 Conner Jones
#91 Jonathan Shafer
#91c Terry Carroll
#95 Sam Yarbrough
#97 Daniel Silvestri
#98 Alex Malycke
#99 Layne Riggs

If you like what you read here, become a Short Track Scene Patreon and support short track journalism!

Read more Short Track Scene:

Brandon White graduated from the University of North Carolina pursuing a career in journalism. Prior to joining Short Track Scene, he worked with the CARS Tour and at Race22. He predominantly covers the CARS Tour as well as other races throughout the year.

1 Comment

1 Comment

  1. Kent

    June 15, 2021 at 6:50 pm

    “spiritual successor” – great phrase! Kudos Sir!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.




More in CARS Late Model Stock Tour