Worley wheels to Small Tire Shootout sweep

Brian Worley made his way to victory lane on both nights of the Small Tire Shootout, earning $1,000 and then $2,500 for his Stealth Racing IMCA STARS Mod Lite wins at Doe Run Raceway. (Photo by Austin Gonz Photography)

DOE RUN, Mo. (March 29-30, 2024) – Brian Worley was the big wheel at Doe Run Raceway’s Small Tire Shootout.

Worley swept weekend Stealth Racing IMCA STARS Mod Lite features at the Missouri speed factory, earning $1,000 for his Friday night win and $2,500 for taking the Saturday checkers.

He led start to finish of both 20-lappers, winning ahead of R.J. Gonzales and Jaggar Beard each night.

“I don’t know that we do anything special here. We’ve won (in different classes) at every track around here. A lot of it is just the car we’ve got a 2018 Sidewinder. It’s easy to drive,” said Worley, who pilots the Mike and Tammy Hayes-owned ride. “We put gas in it and race it. We don’t change anything. I tell people we fill it up and go eat hot dogs.”

Carson Hubbard was fourth on Friday and Garrett Stonum ran fourth Saturday after giving Worley a good run in their heat race. Matthew Filkins was fifth both nights.

Five states were represented in feature fields each evening.

Worley will be a regular at Doe Run and at newly sanctioned Benton Speedway this season.

St. Mary speedster Brian Worley led every lap each night in his season-opening IMCA STARS Mod Lite sweep at the Small Tire Shootout. (Photo by Kirby Laws)

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