Returning to his home track for night #1 of the Bozard Ford DIRTcar Nationals, Blake signed onto a stout 44 car field of some of the best super late model drivers in the country. Timing in 5th quick in group-C, Blake would go on to start his heat in the 6th position - he would maintain that spot throughout the 10-lap dash, relegating him to a B-main. Blake quickly jumped out to a second place pace behind leader Brandon Overton and held his spot to the finish, locking in a starting spot for the 30-lap, $7,000-to-win feature show. After beginning his climb through the field for 24th starting spot, Blake retired on lap 11 with a suspension parts failure - tallying a 22nd place finish.
For night #2 of the DIRTcar Nationals, Blake again signed onto another stout 48 car field. Timing in 7th in his group, Blake would start 7th and finish 7th in his heat race. Relegated to a B-main, Blake started and finished in the 9th position, missing out on a transfer spot into the 30-lap main event.
For Volusia's third night hosting the DIRTcar Nationals, Blake submitted a 24th place qualifying effort, putting him 7th in his heat, where he'd hang on and finish. Blake would start the 30-lap, $7,000-to-win feature in the 29th spot and advance to 22nd by the time he crossed the stripe for the final time.
For Thursday's portion of the DIRTcar Nationals at East Bay, Blake would team up with Tyler Erb piloting the Bozard Ford Lincoln back-up car. Blake put in a 24th place qualifying effort, while Erb placed 11th in his group. Blake would start his heat race in 4th and finish 6th, while Erb started and finished in 3rd, locking him into the feature. Blake went on to retire early after collecting damage on lap 10 - Erb went on to finish 17th in the 40-lap show.
lucas oil series at east bay
On night #1 of the Lucas Oil portion of Speed Weeks 2020, Blake signed into a stout 62-car field. Laying down the 25th best lap in Group B, Blake would start his heat in the 10th spot where he would get into a lap-one incident that resulted in bent suspension, ending the team's night early.
On night #2 of the Winter Nationals at East Bay, Blake again signed into a 60+ car field - this time, laying down the 29th fastest lap in his group. Blake would start his heat 9th and advance one position to 8th. Blake made headway in his B-main, but came up short of a transfer spot.
An expanded car count of 65 dirt late models signed into night #3 of the 2020 Winter Nationals at East Bay. Blake would turn the 19th fastest lap time in group B, slating him to start his heat in the 9th spot; the Bozard Ford #6 would go on to finish 10th. Relegated to a B-main, Blake placed 11th, missing out on a transfer spot into the 40 lap feature show.
Night #4 of the Winter Nationals at East Bay saw Blake log his best qualifying effort of the week, with a 13th place showing in his group. Blake would start the heat from the 5th spot and finish in 5th, locking him to compete in the 12-lap Strawberry Dash where he would go on to finish 8th.
Blake start Night #5 with a 19th place qualitfying effort in his group. He'd go on to start his heat in 5th and finish 8th, missing a chance for back-to-back Strawberry Dash showings.
For Night #6, Blake would qualify 18th in his group, which slated him to start his heat in 4th and finish 5th. Locked into the Strawberry Dash, Blake would go on to finish 8th after starting 10th.
OPening weekend on the 2020 w.o.o tour
Vado, New Mexico
The World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Models invaded the Vado Speedway (Vado, New Mexico) for the first stop on the 2020 tour. Revolution Racing made plans to field two cars for the three-night event, tapping veteran Florida dirt late model driver Ivedent Lloyd to pilot the Bozard Ford backup car.
Night one of preliminary action started on Friday, with Blake laying down the 23rd fastest lap in a stacked 42 car field, slotting him into the 7th starting spot in his heat, where he would go on to finish 9th. Blake rolled off from the 25th starting spot for the 30-lap, $5,000-to-win feature event. A racing surface that changed drastically throughout the night proved to be a challenge for the field on an unfamiliar track, where passing was at a premium. At the end of the caution-free feature, Blake would cross the stripe in 27th.
Night two proved to be a rally effort for Blake and the Bozard team. After setting the 37th-quickest qualifying result and a 10th place heat race finish, the team went to work on changes to the car with better knowledge of Vado's unique track qualities. These changes, paired with a better racing surface, provided a noticeable boost, as Blake would go on the finish 24th, in the second preliminary feature of the weekend.
Looking to build off a solid improvement from the two previous nights, Blake and team entered night three with some momentum. After laying down the 28th-fastest lap time in qualifying, Blake would start and finish his heat in the 7th position. Starting the 75-lap, $15,000-to-win feature from the 24th spot, the St. Augustine driver would use the best track conditions of the weekend to get as high as 16th before finally crossing the stripe in 22nd position, another improvement from the previous night.
REVOLUTION RACING LAUNCHES A BRAND NEW WEBSITE
St. Augustine, FL
Blake Spencer Racing and Modern Images announced Sunday morning, an all new website has launched for the St. Augustine, Florida, super dirt late model team, Revolution Racing.
This new website will provide fans the ability to keep track of Blake's race schedule, as well as the team's nightly results in real-time. In-depth stats, recaps and even quotes from the team will be made public through the interactive site after each event concludes.
This site will also give a glimpse inside the inner workings of the team, such as bios, sponsor information, social media postings, and photos from events and life on the World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Tour.
Fans will have the opportunity to make purchases on the site's easy-to-use online store and have their custom BSR gear shipped right to their front door through a seamless, transparent buying experience.
For more updates, be sure to bookmark the site and check back frequently.
BSR closes out the 2019 season at charlotte
On night number one of the 2019 Can-Am World Finals, Blake Spencer return to action at the Dirt Track at Charlotte (Concord, North Carolina) for the final series event of the season. Drawing 69 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series entries for the rain-shortened qualifying session, Spencer recorded the 29th and 33rd fastest laps around the half-mile in his group.
After failing to complete a lap in both his heat and B-Main on Friday night, Spencer improved six spots in the 50-lap feature to place 23rd.
On Saturday night starting 11th in his heat race, Spencer passed five cars to place 6th but fell short of a transfer position. Retiring from his B-Main to use a series provisional, Blake went would retire early from the 50-lap feature on lap 38.
Blake finished the 2019 season in tenth in the final World of Outlaws point standings.