Forgettable Night for Conley Motorsports, Inc. at Atomic and Portsmouth...
(May 19, 2019) It was an ultra-rough night for Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI), as Delmas, Rod, R.J., and even J.T. Conley suffered problems during weekly Super Late Model contests on Saturday night, May 18 at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio and Portsmouth Raceway Park in Portsmouth, Ohio. In a $2,000 to win show at Atomic, Rod was involved in an incident while leading his heat race, rebounded to win the B-Main, and was up inside of the top ten in the headliner before getting wrecked by another competitor. "Hot Rod" was unfortunately forced to retire from the race with damage and was relegated to a disappointing fifteenth place showing.

In the 2019 season lid lifter at PRP, another $2,000 top prize was up for grabs for the ground-pounding Super Late Models. Delmas timed in fifth quickest overall during qualifying, finished fourth in his heat race, and was up to third in the A-Main until hurting a motor late in the distance to wind up seventh in the final finishing order. R.J. also experienced motor issues during hot laps, while J.T. - who was making his first appearance in a couple of years behind the wheel of his #71j machine - blew a head gasket during his qualifying laps. Full results from both southern Ohio facilities can be viewed online at www.atomicspeedway.net and www.portsraceway.com.

Rod Conley Nabs Top Five in Dan Reno Memorial at Atomic
(May 12, 2019) "Hot Rod" Conley was the lone Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) driver in action on Saturday evening, May 11, as the #71r team invaded Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio for the 11th edition of the 'Dan Reno Memorial.' Rod ran second in his heat race and later had a strong top five car in the $2,022 to win main event. At the unfurling of the checkered flag at the former K-C Raceway, Rod found himself in the fourth finishing position behind only victor Tyler Carpenter, Duane Chamberlain, and Shannon Thornsberry. Complete results from Atomic can be accessed online by clicking on www.atomicspeedway.net. (Michael Hamilton Photo)

Rod and R.J. Conley Land in Top Ten of $10,000 Atomic 100
(April 29, 2019) Delmas, Rod, and R.J. Conley all converged at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio on Sunday, April 28 for the rain-postponed 'Atomic 100.' R.J. wound up with the best finish of the trio of Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) drivers, as he timed in tenth overall during the qualifying session, grabbed the fourth transfer spot through his heat race, and later moved up inside of the top five in the $10,000 to win headliner before settling for a sixth place performance. The Wheelersburg, Ohio native trailed only victor Tim McCreadie, Kyle Strickler, Devin Moran, Tyler Erb, and Tyler Carpenter after 100 green flag racing laps.

His brother Rod stopped the clock sixteenth quickest overall during time trials before placing third in his stacked heat race. After rolling off from the outside of the sixth row in the 'Atomic 100,' the driver known as "Hot Rod" steered his #71r machine past four competitors on his way to a solid eighth place showing. Delmas, the patriarch of the racing Conley family, qualified fourth fastest in preliminary action, but unfortunately failed to transfer into the 100-lapper after allegedly jumping the start in his heat race. Complete results from last night at Atomic Speedway can be viewed online at www.atomicspeedway.net.

Conley Motorsports, Inc. Invades Atomic Speedway for Two Shows
(April 14, 2019) The Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) teams were a fixture at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio from April 11-13, as all three drivers - Delmas, Rod, and R.J. Conley - competed at the Chillicothe-area oval. On Thursday night, the cars and stars of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series invaded Atomic for the rain-postponed 'Buckeye Spring 50,' which carried a $12,000 paycheck. R.J. qualified well and won his heat race to earn the pole position for the 50-lap feature, but unfortunately slipped off the track on the opening circuit and eventually wound up nineteenth in the final finishing order. His brother Rod ran fifth in his stacked heat race, third in his B-Main, and twenty-second in the 'Buckeye Spring 50.'

Delmas - the patriarch of the racing Conley family - then headed to Atomic on Saturday evening for a weekly Super Late Model program, which paid $2,000 to the winner. After posting the quickest lap overall in qualifying to earn Fast Time honors, Delmas finished second in heat race action. The Wheelersburg, Ohio Hall of Famer then had a strong run in the headliner, as he crossed underneath the checkers in the third position to land on the podium behind only victor Jackie Boggs and runner-up Tyler Carpenter. Complete results from both weekend shows at the former K-C Raceway can be accessed online at www.atomicspeedway.net. (Michael Hamilton Photo)

Delmas Conley Cashes $2,000 at Atomic for Career Win #559!
(April 7, 2019) Delmas Conley - the patriarch of the racing Conley family - reached victory lane for the 559th time in his illustrious career on Saturday evening, April 6 at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio! Delmas swept the Super Late Model portion of the weekly program, as he set Fast Time in qualifying, won his heat race, and later led from flag-to-flag in the 25-lap headliner to pocket the $2,000 winner's share. The Wheelersburg, Ohio Hall of Famer flashed underneath the checkered flag ahead of Tyler Carpenter, Rod Conley, Mark Frazier, and Colton Burdette. His son Rod placed third in his heat race before moving up from the third row in the A-Main to land on the podium. Complete results from Atomic Speedway can be accessed by logging onto www.atomicspeedway.net.

Rod Conley Marches to Top Five at Atomic Speedway
(March 24, 2019) Conley Motorsports, Inc. (CMI) was in the pit area at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio on Saturday evening, March 23 for a weekly Super Late Model show. Both Delmas Conley and Rod Conley won their respective heat races in preliminary action and later spent time towards the front in the $2,000 to win headliner. Rod stayed out of trouble on the rough and tumble racing surface to steer his #71r machine to a solid fourth place showing behind only victor Rusty Schlenk, Jackie Boggs, and Freddie Carpenter. Delmas, on the other hand, ran second during the feature distance before hitting a hole and bouncing off the racetrack, which eventually led to him retiring in the sixteenth position. Complete results from Atomic Speedway can be accessed online at www.atomicspeedway.net.

Buckeye Spring 50 Rained Out at Atomic; Postponed to April 11...
(March 16, 2019) Both Rod and R.J. Conley, of Wheelersburg, Ohio, were in the pit area last night, March 15 at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio for their season-opening event. The ultra-competitive Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series presided over the 'Buckeye Spring 50' and a standout field of 32 Super Late Model drivers were on hand to do battle for the $12,000 payday. Unfortunately, Mother Nature intervened at the tail end of the qualifying session and the single-day shootout was postponed by rain to Thursday night, April 11. More information on the annual running of the 'Buckeye Spring 50' can be found online by visiting www.lucasdirt.com.

 

 

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