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June 25, 2022 - Overton records second-place finish in Firecracker 100 at Lernerville
1Wells Motorsports pilot Brandon Overton invaded Lernerville Speedway (Sarver, Pa.) on Thursday evening for a pair of preliminary events leading up to Saturday’s Firecracker 100. (Ryan Niederlander photo)

In a field of 54 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) entries, Overton followed up the third-fastest time in his group with a heat race win. Improving three spots in the 30-lap feature, Brandon raced to a second-place finish, which came behind Mike Marlar.

For another $6,000-to-win preliminary feature on Friday, Brandon’s sixth-place finish in his heat relegated him into the B-Main. Needing to place second or better, Overton came one spot short with a third-place outing.

Starting on the front row of his heat race on Saturday, Overton secured his spot into the $50,000-to-win Firecracker 100 with a heat win. Starting in fifth, Brandon made a late charge and made an attempt to pass the leader on the final circuit but fell short at the line, marking him second on the final rundown. He followed Tim McCreadie with Mike Marlar, Brandon Sheppard, and Earl Pearson Jr. rounding out the Top-5.

June 18, 2022 - Podium finish in Mountain Moonshine Classic at Smoky Mountain
1Brandon Overton was back in action on Friday afternoon at Smoky Mountain Speedway (Maryville, Tenn.) after Thursday’s Grassy Smith Memorial at Cherokee Speedway (Gaffney, S.C.) fell victim to Mother Nature. (Heath Lawson photo)

Drawing 45 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) entries for a pair of prelims, Brandon locked his spot into the feature with a fourth-place finish in his heat. With $5,000 on the line, Overton gained three positions in the 30-lapper to place fourth.

On Saturday, Overton time in fifth-fastest in his group before placing second in his heat. Starting the $50,000-to-win Mountain Moonshine Classic A-Main in seventh, Brandon passed four cars in the 60-lapper to finish third. He followed Chris Madden and Jonathan Davenport across the line.

June 11, 2022 - Brandon Overton wins Dirt Late Model Dream prelim at Eldora
1Brandon Overton spent a long-and-challenging week at Eldora Speedway with his Wells & Sons Motorsports No. 76 Crossfit Overton / Allstar Concrete/ Longhorn Chassis by Wells Motorsports/ Clements Racing Engines - powered Super Late Model. (Josh James Artwork)

Overton’s outing in the Eldora Million didn’t go as planned, but he hit the ground running in the 28th edition of the Dirt Late Model Dream with a $12,000 prelim win.

“We got behind the eight ball in qualifying for the (Eldora) Million and just couldn’t overcome it,” Overton said. “We missed that show, but we regrouped and had speed to start the (Dirt Late Model) Dream. It was great to get to Victory Lane there, and we hated to see the main event get stopped by rain, but we’ll just look to go after the win when the show resumes in September.”

Wells Motorsports driver Brandon Overton was back in action on Thursday afternoon at the historic Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) after Mother Nature shortened the second running of the Eldora Million into a single day.

With the 124-car field divided into two groups for a pair of $12,000-to-win preliminary features, Overton followed up an 11th-to-sixth run in his heat race with a consolation victory. Moving forward eight spots in the 25-lap prelim, Brandon notched a 13th-place finish.

Earning the eighth-starting position for his heat race later Thursday evening, Brandon’s seventh-place outing relegated him into one of three consolation events for one final shot at the $1,002,022-to-win Eldora Million. Needing to place second or better to move onto the finale, Overton passed six cars in the 20-lapper but fell short with a sixth-place finish.

On Friday afternoon as the Dirt Late Model Dream XXVIII came to life, Overton charged from fourth to pick up the win in his heat. Sailing past race-leader Devin Moran following a lap-19 restart in the A-Main, Brandon raced to his eighth win of the season ahead of Ricky Thornton Jr., Moran, Zack Dohm, and Michael Page. He earned $12,000 for his winning performance.

Starting on the pole of his heat race on Saturday evening, Brandon secured his spot into the $128,000-to-win Dirt Late Model Dream with a 15-lap heat race win. Rolling off sixth, Overton climbed to second when light rain picked up and forced officials to postpone the remainder of the 100-lapper to September 7th. Action will resume with 14 laps complete.

June 4, 2022 - Overton notches second-place finish in Historic 100 at WVMS
1Taking part in a doubleheader weekend with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS), Brandon Overton traveled to West Virginia Motor Speedway (Mineral Wells, W.Va.) on Friday afternoon to pilot the Wells Motorsports No. 76 Longhorn Chassis Late Model. (Heath Lawson photos)

With 31 Late Models entered, Overton edged his way into the preliminary feature with a third-place finish in his heat.With $15,000 on the line, Brandon faded one spot in the 30-lapper to finish 11th.

For the second round of the E3 Spark Plugs Historic 100 on Saturday, Overton topped his time trial group in qualifying before placing first in his heat. Starting the $50,000-to-win A-Main in second, Brandon carried a steady pace in the 100-lapper to finish second. He followed race-long pacesetter Jonathan Davenport across the line with Earl Pearson Jr. rounding out the podium.