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O'NEAL TENTH IN SMOKY MOUNTAIN OPENER

(June 19, 2022) A visit to Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee was in store for the Double Down Motorsports (DDM) team on June 17-18, as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned the annual running of the 'Mountain Moonshine Classic.' In his $5,000 to win prelim on Friday evening, Hudson O'Neal placed third in his loaded heat race and tenth in his 30-lap feature event. On Saturday in the weekend finale, which boasted a hefty $50,000 top prize, Hudson finished sixth in his stacked heat race and fourth in his B-Main. After relying on a series provisional to gain access into the 60-lap headliner, Hudson was able to move past eight competitors en route to a sixteenth place showing. Complete results from the entire 'Mountain Moonshine Classic' weekend can be found online by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com. (MRM Racing Photo)

HUDSON O'NEAL FINISHES TENTH IN MILLION

(June 12, 2022) The most lucrative stretch of Super Late Model racing during the year took place from June 8-11 at the famed Eldora Speedway and Hudson O'Neal was in the pit area at the Rossburg, Ohio facility to compete in both the 'Eldora Million' and the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' Following a total washout on Wednesday night, the entire 'Eldora Million' extravaganza was held on Thursday at the 1/2-mile oval. During the course of the daytime preliminary event, which shelled out a $12,000 paycheck, Hudson won his heat race prior to knocking down a solid sixth place effort in the 25-lap feature. In the nightcap with a whopping $1,002,022 top prize on the line, Hudson won his heat race, sat on the pole of the 101-lap headliner, and ultimately wound up tenth in the final finishing order of the 'Eldora Million.'

When the weekend rolled around at the "Big E," all focus in the pit area and in our sport quickly turned to the annual running of the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' In the $12,000 to win preliminary show on Friday evening, Hudson ran second in heat race action and later rolled off eighth in the 25-lap sprint, which was pushed back to Saturday afternoon due to rain. The Martinsville, Indiana ace eventually placed tenth in the daytime affair and then set his sights on the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' Hudson picked up a heat race triumph later in the night and sat on the pole of the $128,000 to win contest, but Mother Nature halted the race after only fourteen circuits and postponed the remainder of the distance to Wednesday, September 7. Complete results from each day at Eldora Speedway can be found by logging onto www.eldoraspeedway.com. (Todd Healy Photo)

O'NEAL TENTH IN HISTORIC 100 OPENER

(June 5, 2022) The Double Down Motorsports (DDM) team kicked off a busy month of June at the sprawling West Virginia Motor Speedway, as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned the 'Historic 100' at the Mineral Wells, West Virginia speedplant. On Friday night, June 3 in the $15,000 to win opener, Hudson O'Neal placed third in his heat race to earn the twelfth starting spot for the 30-lap feature event. Hudson was then able to move past a couple of cars during the contest to land in the tenth finishing position.

At WVMS on Saturday evening, June 4 in the weekend finale, which boasted a whopping $50,000 top prize, Hudson was unfortunately leading his heat race when he experienced a broken wheel. Following the eighth place heat race finish, the team unloaded a back-up car for the 50-lap headliner and utilized a series provisional. The Martinsville, Indiana ace, who currently finds himself sixth in the latest LOLMDS point standings, then streaked towards the top ten from the back until drawing a lap 38 caution flag due to a broken kill switch. Hudson retired from the race and was officially relegated to a disappointing eighteenth place effort. Complete results from the 'Historic 100' weekend can be accessed by logging onto www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photography)

HUDSON FOURTH IN SHOW-ME 100 PRELIM!

(May 31, 2022) Looking to repeat in the 30th Annual 'Show-Me 100,' the Double Down Motorsports (DDM) team invaded the pristine Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri from May 26-28. Following a rain-out on Thursday night, a $6,000 to win preliminary program took place on Friday evening at the Show-Me State facility. Hudson O'Neal timed in sixteenth fastest in Group A during qualifying before running third in his loaded heat race. Hudson then picked off nine competitors during the 40-lap feature en route to an impressive fourth place effort behind only winner Johnny Scott, Jonathan Davenport, and Jimmy Owens!

On Saturday at Lucas Oil Speedway, all eyes in the pit area were fixated on capturing the whopping $50,000 top prize in the annual running of the 'Show-Me 100.' By virtue of accumulating the fourth most points during the preliminary show, Hudson rolled off from the outside of the second row in the 100-lap crown jewel headliner. The Martinsville, Indiana ace battled inside of the top five during stages of the race and eventually wound up seventh at the unfurling of the checkered flag. Hudson now finds himself up to sixth in the latest version of the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series point standings following the 'Show-Me 100.'

Following a day off on Sunday, Hudson piloted Alan Magner's #17M Crate Late Model on Monday, May 30 on the undercard of the 'CJ Rayburn Memorial' at Circle City Raceway in Indianapolis, Indiana. He earned Fast Time honors during qualifying, ran second in his heat race, and later finished third in the $2,000 to win main event. Complete results from the entire weekend can be found online at www.lucasdirt.com and www.circlecityraceway.com. (Heath Lawson Photo)

TOP FIVES FOR O'NEAL IN HAWKEYE STATE

(May 23, 2022) Following the big midweek win at Marshalltown, the #71 team returned to the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series scene from May 20-22 in a doubleheader at 300 Raceway in Farley, Iowa and 34 Raceway in West Burlington, Iowa. On Friday night in a $12,000 to win showdown at Farley, Hudson O'Neal won his heat race in preliminary action before winding up fourth in the 50-lap feature behind only winner Tyler Erb, Brandon Sheppard, and Ricky Thornton, Jr. Following a rain-out on Saturday evening, a $15,000 top prize was up for grabs at 34 Raceway on Sunday. Hudson placed second in his heat race before moving up to fifth in the caution-free 50-lapper to finish behind only victor Tim McCreadie, Brandon Sheppard, Earl Pearson, Jr., and Garrett Alberson. Complete results from both Hawkeye State ovals can be found online at www.lucasdirt.com. (Heath Lawson Photo)

NEW DEAL VICTORIOUS AT MO-TOWN FOR $22,022!

(May 18, 2022) Hudson O'Neal and Double Down Motorsports (DDM) celebrated in victory lane for the first time in 2022 earlier tonight, May 18 in their first-ever visit to Marshalltown Speedway in Marshalltown, Iowa! With 29 entrants signing into the pit area for the Castrol FloRacing Night in America Series midweek showdown, Hudson started off the evening by laying down the third quickest lap overall during qualifying and winning his heat race. The Martinsville, Indiana star then rolled off from the inside of the second row in the 50-lap headliner and drove past early leader Ryan Gustin for the point on the 31st circuit. Hudson then led the remainder of the contest to pocket the hefty $22,022 top prize ahead of a top five that included runner-up Brandon Sheppard, Mike Marlar, Gustin, and Tyler Erb! Complete results from Mo-Town can be accessed online by clicking on www.floseries.com. (Josh James Artwork)

HUDSON O'NEAL ON PODIUM TWICE IN ILLINOIS!

(May 15, 2022) The #71 team found themselves in dirt-slinging action in the Land of Lincoln from May 11-14 in four high-profile Super Late Model events during "Illinois Speedweek." Up first was a pair of Castrol FloRacing Night in America Series battles at Spoon River Speedway in Banner, Illinois and Lincoln Speedway in Lincoln, Illinois - each of which shelled out a $22,022 winner's check. In the opener at Spoon River on Wednesday, Hudson O'Neal won his heat race before unfortunately spinning early in the 50-lap feature and ultimately winding up ninth in the final finishing order. At Lincoln on Thursday in a similar show, Hudson ran third in his heat race before advancing up to ninth in the 50-lapper.

Next up for Double Down Motorsports (DDM) was trips to Farmer City Raceway in Farmer City, Illinois and Fairbury Speedway in Fairbury, Illinois over the weekend for a pair of MARS Racing Series tilts. On Friday in a $15,000 to win throwdown at Farmer City, Hudson won his heat race and led the first 14 circuits in the 47-lap main event before landing a third place podium performance behind only winner Tyler Erb and runner-up Ricky Thornton, Jr. In Saturday's $30,000 to win MARS grand finale at FALS, Hudson placed second in his loaded heat race prior to moving up to third in the 50-lap headliner to trail only victor Bobby Pierce and runner-up Brandon Sheppard. Complete results from all four "Illinois Speedweek" races can be found online by clicking on www.floseries.com and www.marsracingseries.com. (Todd Healy Photo)

O'NEAL SEVENTH IN RUGGED ELDORA BATTLE

(April 28, 2022) The Double Down Motorsports (DDM) team entered the first two Castrol FloRacing Night in America Series events of the 2022 racing season on April 26-27 in the states of Ohio and Indiana. On Tuesday night in the $22,022 to win lid lifter at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, Hudson O'Neal placed fourth in his loaded heat race and later blasted past nine competitors on the rugged racing surface in the 30-lap feature to bag a solid seventh place showing. At Brownstown Speedway in Brownstown, Indiana on Wednesday evening, another $22,022 top prize was up for grabs for the Super Late Models. Hudson ran second in his heat race, but an early flat tire in the 50-lapper helped relegate the Martinsville, Indiana star to a sixteenth place performance. Complete results from both midweek shows can be found online by clicking on www.floseries.com. (Josh James Artwork)

HUDSON O'NEAL GRABS TWO MORE TOP TENS

(April 24, 2022) Hudson O'Neal and his #71 team spent their April 22-23 weekend at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio, as the World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series presided over a pair of special events dubbed as the 'Outlaw Invasion.' On Friday night in the $10,000 to win weekend opener, Hudson ran second in his heat race prior to being paid for a solid seventh place effort in the 40-lap feature event. At Atomic on Saturday evening, a $15,000 winner's check was on the line in the weekend finale. Hudson won his heat race in preliminary action and later drew the pole position for the 50-lap headliner, but the Martinsville, Indiana rising star unfortunately faded to a ninth place performance by the time the checkers flew over the stout field. Complete results from both shows can be accessed by clicking on www.woolms.com.

TOP TEN FOR O'NEAL IN VISIT TO THE GAP!

(April 15, 2022) The #71 Double Down Motorsports (DDM) team invaded Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tennessee on Thursday evening, April 14 for the 'Kyle Larson Presents Late Model Challenge.' The unsanctioned special event at "The Gap" drew a stellar 42 car field to vie for the $20,000 paycheck. Hudson O'Neal ran third in his loaded heat race to earn the inside of the sixth row for the start of the 50-lap feature event. In front of the huge grandstand crowd at the high-banked Volunteer State oval, Hudson was able to pick off a trio of competitors during the A-Main on his way to a steady eighth place performance. Complete results from last night can be accessed by clicking on www.volunteerspeedway.com. (Rick Neff Photo)

O'NEAL HEADS EAST TO REJOIN LUCAS TOUR

(April 11, 2022) Hudson O'Neal and Double Down Motorsports (DDM) headed to Hagerstown Speedway in Hagerstown, Maryland and Port Royal Speedway in Port Royal, Pennsylvania on April 9-10 for a pair of Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series specials. On Saturday evening in the 'Conococheague 50' at Hagerstown, which boasted a $15,000 payday, Hudson ran fifth in his stacked heat race prior to picking up the victory in his B-Main. The Martinsville, Indiana ace then unfortunately ran into problems on lap 28, drew a caution with heavy left front damage, and eventually wound up twenty-second in the final finishing order of the 50-lapper.

Sunday then took the #71 team to Port Royal Speedway for the $10,000 to win 'River Valley 40.' Hudson placed sixth in his heat race during preliminary action before claiming the third and final transfer spot through his B-Main. The popular driver known as the "New Deal" then moved up a few spots during the daytime running of the 40-lap feature and was officially paid for a nineteenth place performance. Hudson now finds himself ninth in the latest version of the LOLMDS point standings exiting the Keystone State. Complete results from both weekend shows can be accessed online by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.

HUDSON O'NEAL FOURTH IN CHEROKEE FINALE!

(March 27, 2022) Next up on the racing calendar for the Double Down Motorsports (DDM) team was a visit to Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina on March 25-26 for the 'Rock Gault Memorial.' The World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series roared into the "Place Your Momma Warned You About" and things kicked off with a $10,000 to win headliner on Friday night. Hudson O'Neal knocked down the twelfth quickest time in Group A during qualifying before running seventh in his heat race and third in his B-Main. The Martinsville, Indiana star then rallied past seven competitors during the 40-lap feature to salvage a fourteenth place showing.

On Saturday evening in the 'Rock Gault Memorial' grand finale, a 40 car field assembled to vie for the whopping $20,000 windfall. Hudson stopped the clock ninth fastest in Group B during the qualifying session prior to placing second in his stacked heat race. After drawing the eighth starting spot, Hudson steered past four racecars during the 60-lapper en route to a sterling fourth place performance behind only victor Max Blair, Ross Bailes, and Daulton Wilson! Full results from the weekend at Cherokee Speedway can be viewed online by clicking on www.woolms.com.

O'NEAL NABS TOP FIVE IN BUCKEYE SPRING 50!

(March 21, 2022) Following a rain-out of the 'Indiana Icebreaker' on Saturday at Brownstown Speedway, the #71 team was back in competition on Sunday, March 20 in the annual running of the 'Buckeye Spring 50' at Atomic Speedway in Alma, Ohio. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series throwdown in the Buckeye State drew 31 entrants to vie for the $12,000 payday. Hudson O'Neal laid down the sixth quickest lap in Group A during qualifying before running second in his loaded heat race. Hudson, who now sits fifth in the latest series point standings, was able to climb three spots during the course of the 50-lapper to land in the fourth finishing position behind only victor Jimmy Owens, Devin Moran, and Tyler Erb. Complete results from last night at Atomic Speedway can be viewed online at www.lucasdirt.com. (Flag to Flag Photography)

HUDSON O'NEAL IN TOP TEN IN TENNESSEE TIPOFF

(March 6, 2022) The Double Down Motorsports (DDM) team returned to dirt-slinging competition on Saturday, March 5 in the annual running of the 'Tennessee Tipoff Classic' at Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee. The Valvoline Iron-Man Late Model Series and Ultimate Super Late Model Series co-sanctioned the single-day showdown in the Volunteer State and a $12,000 top prize was up for grabs. Hudson O'Neal stopped the clock eighth quickest in Group B during qualifying prior to grabbing the fourth and final transfer spot through his heat race. Hudson then stormed past nine competitors during the course of the 60-lap feature to land in the seventh finishing position. Full results from last night at Smoky Mountain Speedway can be located online at www.smokymtnspeed.com. (MRM Racing Photo)

O'NEAL WRAPS UP SPEEDWEEKS IN DIRTCAR NATIONALS

(February 19, 2022) The 51st edition of the 'DIRTcar Nationals' wrapped up tonight at Volusia Speedway Park, as a total of 57 drivers entered the finale at the Barberville, Florida speedplant to gun for the $10,000 winner's check with the World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series. With passing at a premium the entire evening, Hudson O'Neal ran seventh in his heat race before opting to scratch from his consolation event. Unfortunately, Hudson was not able to transfer into the 40-lap headliner that was ultimately won by Chris Madden.

(February 18, 2022) The penultimate event of the 51st Annual 'DIRTcar Nationals' took place earlier tonight at Volusia Speedway Park, as another $10,000 windfall was on the line with the World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series at the Daytona Beach-area speedplant. Hudson O'Neal laid down the twelfth quickest time in Group A during the qualifying session prior to grabbing the third and final transfer spot through his stacked heat race. After rolling off from the inside of the ninth row in the 40-lapper, Hudson steered past nine competitors during the contest to land in the eighth finishing position.

(February 17, 2022) Round four of the 'DIRTcar Nationals' saw teams chase another $10,000 top prize tonight at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida. Hudson O'Neal stopped the clock eleventh fastest in Group B during World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series time trials before getting caught up in an incident early in his heat race. Hudson wound up tenth in his heat race and later scratched from the remainder of the program to make repairs on his #71 machine.

(February 16, 2022) Hudson O'Neal was busy tonight at Volusia Speedway Park, as he competed in not only the regularly-scheduled $10,000 to win World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series program at the Barberville, Florida facility, but also a rain-postponed feature from January's annual 'Sunshine Nationals' that boasted an additional $10,000 paycheck. Hudson ran second in his heat race prior to moving past a trio competitors on his way to a strong fourth place showing the 40-lap main event behind only victor Brandon Overton, Devin Moran, and Brandon Sheppard. In the make-up feature from January, Hudson blasted up to fifth in the 40-lapper to finish behind only race winner Ashton Winger, Dale McDowell, Chris Madden, and Devin Moran.

(February 15, 2022) For the second straight night during the 'DIRTcar Nationals,' Hudson O'Neal did not compete for the $7,000 payday with the DIRTcar Super Late Models. However, the Martinsville, Indiana ace will be back behind the wheel of his Double Down Motorsports #71 machine on Wednesday night at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida when the World of Outlaws Case Construction Late Model Series rolls into town.

(February 14, 2022) Hudson O'Neal and Double Down Motorsports (DDM) opted to skip tonight's 51st Annual 'DIRTcar Nationals' opener at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida. The $7,000 to win DIRTcar Super Late Model event was ultimately won by Ricky Thornton, Jr.

HUDSON FOLLOWS LUCAS OIL TOUR TO EAST BAY

(February 12, 2022) The busy week at East Bay Raceway Park wrapped up earlier tonight with the sixth and final 'Winternationals' show for the ground-pounding Super Late Models. With all eyes set on the $15,000 windfall, a total of 69 entrants signed into the pit area to do battle at the Gibsonton, Florida oval in the final event of "Speedweeks" for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Hudson O'Neal posted the seventh fastest time in Group A during qualifying and later ran second in his heat race. The Martinsville, Indiana star then unfortunately drew a lap 34 caution flag and was officially placed nineteenth in the final finishing order of the 50-lapper.

(February 11, 2022) Round five of the 46th Annual 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park took center stage tonight, as the stakes were raised to $12,000 to win for the 74 competitors racing with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Hudson O'Neal timed in ninth quickest in Group B during the qualifying session before running second in heat race action. Hudson then started twelfth on the feature grid in the 50-lap affair and later wound up ninth in the final rundown.

(February 10, 2022) A stellar 75 car field was on hand tonight for the fourth night of the annual 'Winternationals' at the storied East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida, as a $7,000 winner's check was up for grabs. Hudson O'Neal qualified twelfth fastest in Group A during Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series time trials and later grabbed the third and final transfer spot through his heat race. Hudson then streaked past twelve competitors during the 40-lapper to land in the fifth finishing position behind only race winner Brandon Sheppard, Earl Pearson, Jr., Kyle Bronson, and Devin Moran!

(February 9, 2022) Following last night's rain-out, the 46th edition of the 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park continued tonight, as 70 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series competitors piled into the pit area at the Gibsonton, Florida facility to battle for the $7,000 payday. Hudson O'Neal stopped the clock eleventh quickest in Group B during time trials before running second in his loaded heat race. After starting the 40-lap main event from the outside of the fifth row, Hudson was able to pick off four competitors during the contest en route to a strong sixth place showing behind only victor Brandon Sheppard, Ashton Winger, Tyler Erb, Kyle Bronson, and Ricky Thornton, Jr.!

(February 8, 2022) Tonight's second leg of the annual 'Winternationals' at East Bay Raceway Park has been washed out due to persistent rain showers. The $5,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series program at the storied Gibsonton, Florida oval WILL NOT be rescheduled.

(February 7, 2022) Night one of the Super Late Model portion of the 46th Annual 'Winternationals' took place earlier this evening at East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Florida. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showdown at the Tampa-area facility drew 70 competitors to vie for the $5,000 windfall. Hudson O'Neal, who sits sixth in the latest version of the series points, timed in twenty-second fastest in Group A during qualifying, but later blasted to the front of his heat race to secure the prelim triumph. The Martinsville, Indiana star then rolled off from the inside of the second row in the 30-lap sprint and moved up to second to finish an impressive runner-up behind only race winner Dennis Erb, Jr.!

O'NEAL CONTINUES SPEEDWEEKS AT ALL-TECH

(February 5, 2022) The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series tripleheader at All-Tech Raceway concluded tonight with a $15,000 to win grand finale at the Ellisville, Florida speedplant. Hudson O'Neal posted the twelfth fastest lap in Group B during time trials and later grabbed the fourth and final transfer spot through his stacked heat race. During the course of the 50-lap main event, Hudson was able to move up a couple of positions to wind up fourteenth in the final finishing order.

(February 4, 2022) Tonight's second leg of the 'General Tire Winter Nationals' at All-Tech Raceway has been cancelled due to the forecasted wet weather at race time. The $12,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showdown at the Ellisville, Florida facility will not be rescheduled; however, tomorrow's weekend finale is on as scheduled and will still boast a $15,000 top prize.

(February 3, 2022) After the finale in Ocala, the #71 team trekked to All-Tech Raceway, as the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series sanctioned the first of three programs tonight at the Ellisville, Florida speedplant. Hudson O'Neal stopped the clock eighth quickest in Group A during the qualifying session prior to placing sixth in his stacked heat race. He then ran second in his B-Main before advancing seven spots during the $10,000 to win main event on his way to a twelfth place performance.

HUDSON O'NEAL INVADES BUBBA RACEWAY PARK

(February 1, 2022) Another $10,000 top prize was up for grabs tonight at Bubba Raceway Park, as 46 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series competitors signed into the pit area at the Ocala, Florida facility for the second and final 'Winternationals' program. Hudson O'Neal timed in twelfth fastest in Group B during time trials and later ran second in his loaded heat race. The Martinsville, Indiana ace then moved past four competitors during the 40-lap headliner en route to a respectable seventh place effort.

(January 31, 2022) Following a day off on Sunday, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series action heated back up tonight in the first of two 'Winternationals' showdowns at Bubba Raceway Park in Ocala, Florida. Hudson O'Neal stopped the clock fifth quickest in Group A during the qualifying session before securing a victory in his heat race. After starting third on the grid in the $10,000 to win main event, Hudson unfortunately suffered a flat left rear tire on lap six and was forced to battle from the back to salvage an eleventh place showing in the 40-lapper.

O'NEAL STARTS LUCAS OIL CHASE AT BRUNSWICK

(January 29, 2022) The three-day 'Super Bowl of Racing' at Golden Isles Speedway wrapped up today with a $15,000 to win Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series throwdown. On a blustery day in southeast Georgia, Hudson O'Neal timed in fourth quickest in Group B during the qualifying session, but unfortunately got into the wall during his heat race. Hudson wound up eighth in his heat and later scratched from his B-Main, which forced him to rely on a series provisional to gain access into the 50-lap weekend finale at GIS. From there, the Martinsville, Indiana ace steered past eight competitors during the contest to salvage a fifteenth place showing.

(January 28, 2022) Night two of the 'Super Bowl of Racing' took center stage tonight at Golden Isles Speedway, as the cars and stars racing with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series competed for a $12,000 windfall at the Brunswick, Georgia facility. Hudson O'Neal, of Martinsville, Indiana, stopped the clock second fastest in Group A during time trials before securing a victory in heat race action. He then started the 50-lap headliner from the inside of the second row and made a late charge for the win on the top side of the 4/10-mile oval prior to settling for a very close third place podium effort behind only race winner Brandon Overton and runner-up Devin Moran!

(January 27, 2022) The Double Down Motorsports (DDM) team started their quest for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship tonight in the series opener at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Georgia. Night one of the 'Super Bowl of Racing' was held at GIS and a $10,000 winner's check was up for grabs. Hudson O'Neal posted the ninth quickest lap in Group A during the qualifying session prior to advancing to second in his heat race. After rolling off from the inside of the sixth row in the 40-lap main event, Hudson was able to blast past a trio of competitors on his way to a steady eighth place performance.

HUDSON O'NEAL KICKS OFF 2022 IN SUNSHINE NATIONALS

(January 22, 2022) In a weekend plagued by rugged track conditions and now inclement weather, tonight's regularly scheduled 'Sunshine Nationals' finale at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida has been wiped out and the $10,000 to win World of Outlaws Late Model Series program will not be rescheduled.

(January 21, 2022) Following the strong top five in the season opener, Hudson O'Neal was back at it again tonight in a similar $10,000 to win World of Outlaws Late Model Series showdown at Volusia Speedway Park in Barberville, Florida. Hudson stopped the clock third quickest in Group A during the qualifying session prior to placing second in his loaded heat race. The "New Deal" was then slated to start seventh in the A-Main, but the feature event was postponed to Wednesday, February 16 due to inclement weather that rolled into the Daytona Beach area.

(January 20, 2022) Hudson O'Neal and Double Down Motorsports (DDM) kicked off their 2022 racing season at Volusia Speedway Park in night one of the 3rd Annual 'Sunshine Nationals.' The World of Outlaws Late Model Series opener boasted a $10,000 paycheck at the Barberville, Florida facility. Hudson clicked off the thirteenth fastest lap in Group B during qualifying before placing fifth in his stacked heat race. Following a B-Main triumph, the Martinsville, Indiana ace was scheduled to roll off from the outside of the ninth row in the feature event, but the headliner was pushed back to Friday afternoon due to rough track conditions and time constraints. When the 30-lapper finally went green, Hudson steered past thirteen competitors during the daytime contest to land an impressive fifth place effort behind only race winner Dale McDowell, Dennis Erb, Jr., Kyle Larson, and Chris Madden!

 

 

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