21 SEEKING FULL-TIME CREW HELP!!!
Moyer Sr. and Billy Moyer Jr. Racing are seeking full time crew members
for their Batesville, AR-based race teams. Both positions will be full
time and candidates must be willing to relocate to Batesville, AR for
the 2018 season Mid-March through Mid-December. Crew/mechanic experience
with a top level late model team required. Ideal candidate would also
have experience transporting race hauler and hold a Class A CDL, but
not required. Salary is negotiable based on experience plus potential
bonus. (Thomas Hendrickson Photo)
Billy Moyer Sr. anticipates a race schedule of 50+ events for the 2018
season racing primarily in the Midwest, including some of the major
series and crown jewel events along with UMP Summer Nationals events.
Billy Moyer, Jr. will be running the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late
Model Series series along with other major series and crown jewel events.
Job duties may include, but not limited to, the following:
* Transport race hauler, Weekly car maintenance and race day prep, Load/unload,
Grease, Nut and Bolt, Maintain Fluids and Fuel car, Safety checks, Front
end and rear end suspension components maintenance, set up and changes
– spindles, brakes, rotors, A frames, shocks, springs, bars, etc.,
Change rear end gears, Tire work – mount, demount, groove, sipe,
wash and examine, Body work and other fabrication work as needed, Engine
tuning, drivetrain maintenance and support, Race day fire drill changes
such as engine, transmission, drive shaft, rearend, etc., Routine maintenance
of race truck, trailer and pit cart and provide shop support as needed
(cleaning, organizing, restock parts and supplies, etc.)
Requirements in addition to necessary skills and experience
to perform duties listed above:
* Minimum 2 years experience working with top level late model race
team or equivalent, Ability to travel extensively and temporarily or
permanently relocate to Batesville, AR for the 2018 season, Engineering
and knowledge of race car performance a plus, Hauler transport/truck
driving experience, CDL preferred but not required, General auto mechanic
background, Knowledge and experience with race truck maintenance a plus,
Excellent communication skills and the ability to read, interpret and
maintain compliance with race rules and regulations, Willingness to
work hard and a passion for dirt late model racing, Team leader, loyalty
and confidentiality, and Desire to learn and grow in the sport working
with one of the top teams in Dirt Late Model Racing
Salary and benefits will be determined based on experience
FULLY QUALIFIED CANDIDATES AND SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY PLEASE
Please include name, contact phone number, team experience and qualifications.
TO SKIP EARLY SEASON ACTION IN 2018...
24, 2017 --- A week removed
from his 2017 season finale at The Dome at America's Center in St. Louis,
Missouri, Billy Moyer announced today that he plans to forego any racing
action in January and February, which means that he will not kick off
his 2018 campaign until sometime in the Spring. Billy, who is the all-time
winningest driver in Arizona's January specials and also in Georgia-Florida
Speedweeks, did not want to speculate when or where his '18 lid lifter
would take place. Keep up on Billy's latest schedule plans by clicking
on www.BillyMoyer.com! (Brendon
MOYER SHOWS SPEED IN INDOOR FINALE
17, 2017 --- The #21 Billy
Moyer Racing (BMR) team wrapped up their busy 2017 racing season on
December 14-16 during the 2nd Annual 'Gateway Dirt Nationals' at The
Dome at America's Center in St. Louis, Missouri. The three-day extravaganza
at the makeshift 1/5-mile indoor oval started on Thursday night and
Billy Moyer stopped the clock second fastest in Group A during the time
trial session. The popular driver known as "Mr. Smooth" later
finished third and on the podium in a special 'Race of Champions' behind
only $5,000 victor Shannon Babb and runner-up Don O'Neal!
On Friday evening in downtown St. Louis in a $5,000 to
win preliminary show, Billy won his heat race prior to running second
in the 20-lap sprint behind only feature winner Hudson O'Neal! After
drawing the fourth starting spot before the drop of the green flag in
Saturday's 'Gateway Dirt Nationals' grand finale, which boasted a hefty
$30,000 winner's check, Billy moved up to the second position early
in the 40-lapper before unfortunately spinning out of contention. The
Batesville, Arkansas Hall of Famer concluded his 2017 campaign with
a nineteenth place performance. Complete results from the 'Gateway Dirt
Nationals' weekend can be viewed online at www.gatewaydirt.com.
(Jeff Hall Photo)
CAPTURES $7,500 ALL-AMERICAN 60 WIN!!!
5, 2017 --- The Billy
Moyer Racing (BMR) team reached double figures in the win column for
2017 on Saturday evening, November 4 by capturing their tenth feature
triumph in the 'All-American 60' at Jackson Motor Speedway near Jackson,
Mississippi! Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer Billy Moyer knocked down
the fifth quickest lap overall during the Super Late Model qualifying
session prior to running second in his heat race. After starting fifth
on the grid in the unsanctioned 60-lap headliner, Billy drove towards
the front and capitalized on race-long leader Jason Rauen's misfortune
to score the win.
The popular driver known as "Mr. Smooth" led
the final three circuits in the 'All-American 60' after Rauen - who
was being hounded by Moyer for the race lead - slammed into a stalled
car and was eliminated with heavy damage. Billy went on to bag the $7,500
winner's share for career victory #826 over Brian Rickman, Dane Dacus,
Garrett Alberson, and B.J. Robinson! Full results from the topless special
at Jackson Motor Speedway can be accessed online at www.jacksonmotorspeedway.net.
(Rickey Victory Photo)
MOYER SIXTH IN RARE SENOIA VISIT
29, 2017 --- Billy Moyer
and his #21 BMR team made a rare trip to Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia
on October 27-28 for the 2nd Annual 'Showdown at Senoia.' In Friday
night's $3,000 to win unsanctioned opener at the "gray gumbo,"
Billy qualified fourth fastest in his group during the qualifying session
prior to picking off one competitor during the caution-free 30-lapper
to score a solid sixth place effort. "Mr. Smooth" finished
behind only winner Michael Page, Shane Clanton, Donald McIntosh, Bubba
Pollard, and Riley Hickman. Saturday's $10,000 to win shootout, which
was to be sanctioned by the Schaeffer's Oil Southern Nationals Bonus
Series, was unfortunately wiped out by heavy rain showers. Full results
from Senoia can be viewed online at www.senoiaraceway.com.
COMPETES IN CLARK'S HILL CLASSIC...
22, 2017 --- The Billy
Moyer Racing (BMR) team ventured east to Modoc Raceway in Modoc, South
Carolina on Saturday evening, October 21 for the 'Clark's Hill Classic.'
The Ultimate Super Late Model Series showdown paid $4,000 to the winner.
Billy Moyer clicked off the second quickest time overall during the
qualifying session, which locked him into the outside of the front row
for the start of the 40-lap contest. Billy was then running towards
the front during the feature before an incident with a lapped car dropped
"Mr. Smooth" to eighteenth in the final finishing order. Full
results from last night at Modoc can be obtained online at www.ultimatesupers.com.
MOYER NABS CAREER WIN #825 AT TRI-CITY!
14, 2017 --- Billy Moyer,
of Batesville, Arkansas, captured career victory #825 and the ninth
feature win of his 2017 campaign on Friday evening, October 13 at Tri-City
Speedway in Granite City, Illinois! Billy tripped the clock second fastest
in his group during UMP Super Late Model qualifying prior to picking
up the victory in his heat race. The Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer then
maneuvered to the front of the field on lap eight and led the remainder
of the 25-lap feature distance to pocket the $2,000 payday. Finishing
behind Billy's illustrious #21 machine at the checkered flag was Tim
Manville, Billy Moyer, Jr., Jeff Herzog, and Gordy Gundaker! Full results
from Friday at Granite City can be located online at www.tricityspeedway.net.
(Jimmy Dearing Photo)
RUNNER-UP IN MLRA FALL NATIONALS FINALE!
8, 2017 --- The Lucas
Oil MLRA Series wrapped up their 2017 campaign on October 6-7 at the
pristine Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri with the two-day
'Fall Nationals' weekend. In the $3,000 to win opener on Friday night,
Billy Moyer grabbed the fourth transfer spot through his heat race and
later retired early in the 40-lap feature to finish in the twenty-third
position. In Saturday's finale, which boasted a $5,000 payday, Billy
ran second in his heat race prior to recording an impressive runner-up
performance in the 50-lapper behind only victor Jesse Stovall! Complete
results from the 'Fall Nationals' double-dip can be accessed by logging
MOYER RETIRES WITH VIBRATION AT THE MAG
24, 2017 --- Billy Moyer
and his #21 BMR team tackled the annual 'Cotton Pickin 100' on September
22-23 at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Mississippi, as a $20,000
paycheck was on the line in the unsanctioned special. On Friday evening
during preliminary action, Billy earned Fast Time honors during the
qualifying session prior to running third in his loaded heat race. After
rolling off from the inside of the fifth row in the 100-lapper on Saturday
night, Billy unfortunately had a vibration that caused him to bring
out a lap 45 caution. The Batesville, Arkansas standout eventually retired
from the 'Cotton Pickin 100' in the twentieth position. Complete results
from this past weekend at "The Mag" can be accessed online
COMPETES IN KNOXVILLE NATIONALS...
17, 2017 --- The Billy
Moyer Racing (BMR) team made their way to Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville,
Iowa from September 14-16 for the 14th edition of the 'Lucas Oil Late
Model Knoxville Nationals.' The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series once
again presided over the three-day crown jewel extravaganza, which drew
56 entrants to the Hawkeye State and began with a pair of $7,000 to
win preliminary shootouts. On Thursday evening, Billy Moyer was unfortunately
not able to transfer into the 25-lap feature after finishing eighth
in his heat race and eleventh in the C-Main. At Knoxville on Friday
night, Billy placed fourth in his loaded heat race and was involved
in a skirmish late in the B-Main that resulted in him hitting the wall
and missing out on the 25-lapper.
When Saturday rolled around, Billy and his #21 team opted to forego
the B-Main and did not make an attempt to transfer into the $40,000
to win headliner, which was eventually won by Mike Marlar. Full results
from all three shows at the Marion County Fairgrounds speedplant over
the weekend can be accessed by clicking on www.lucasdirt.com.
MOYER LANDS IN TOP TEN IN WORLD 100
10, 2017 --- Billy Moyer
made his yearly September pilgrimage to the hallowed high-banks of Eldora
Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio from September 7-9 for the 47th edition of
the famed 'World 100.' The three-day crown jewel spectacular started
with a pair of Twin 25 preliminary programs, each of which paid $10,000
to the winner. On Thursday night, Billy ran second in his heat race
prior to moving up a couple of positions during the 25-lap sprint to
garner a solid eighth place showing. At the "Big E" on Friday
evening, Billy grabbed the fourth and final transfer spot through his
heat race and later wound up fourteenth in the final rundown of the
On Saturday at the Darke County facility, the largest
crowd in the history of Eldora Speedway assembled to witness the 'World
100,' which boasted a gigantic $50,000 windfall. Billy placed third
in his stacked heat race behind Mike Marlar and Brandon Sheppard to
earn the rights to the inside of the eighth row for the start of the
100-lap grind. The Batesville, Arkansas standout was then able to blast
past seven competitors in what could be his final 'World 100' en route
to a steady eighth place performance. Full results from the 1/2-mile
speedplant in the Buckeye State can be accessed online at www.eldoraspeedway.com.
MASTERS ELDORA AGAIN IN BALTES CLASSIC!
4, 2017 --- "Mr.
Smooth" Billy Moyer wheeled his new Moyer Victory Race Car to another
win on Sunday evening, September 3 on the hallowed high-banks of Eldora
Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio! Billy stopped the clock second quickest
overall during the American Late Model Series (ALMS) time trial session
for the 10th Annual 'Baltes Classic' prior to picking up a heat race
triumph. After starting the 30-lap sprint from the outside of the front
row, Billy grabbed the top spot on the seventh circuit and rolled to
the $3,000 victory over Dale McDowell, Kent Robinson, Jason Feger, and
Earlier in the holiday weekend on Friday night, September
1 at Farmer City Raceway in Farmer City, Illinois, a $5,000 top prize
was up for grabs in the final race of the season at the 1/4-mile fairgrounds
bullring. Billy knocked down the fastest lap in his group during qualifying
and once again scored a heat race win. The Batesville, Arkansas Hall
of Famer then ran strong early in the 40-lapper, but unfortunately suffered
from a hole in an oil line late in the distance and retired in the sixteenth
position. Full results from both Labor Day weekend races can be accessed
online at www.farmercityracing.com
SMOOTH" WINS $5,000 IN NEW CAR AT
27, 2017 --- Billy Moyer,
of Batesville, Arkansas, celebrated in victory lane for the seventh
time in 2017 on Saturday evening, August 26 aboard a brand-new Moyer
Victory Race Car at Federated Raceway at I-55 in Pevely, Missouri! Billy
swept the MARS Dirt Car Series West division program, as he earned Fast
Time honors in qualifying and won his heat race as well. The popular
driver known as "Mr. Smooth" then led all but two circuits
in the 40-lapper to score the $5,000 windfall ahead of Brian Shirley,
Gordy Gundaker, Tony Jackson, Jr., and Mason Oberkramer!
A day earlier, the #21 team was in the pit area at Tri-City
Speedway in Granite City, Illinois for a similar $5,000 to win MARS
Dirt Car Series West showdown. Billy ran second in heat race action
and later started the 40-lap feature from the inside of the third row.
Billy then vaulted up to second in the A-Main to record an impressive
runner-up showing behind only victor Bobby Pierce. Full results from
both weekend races can be accessed online at www.marsracingseries.com.
(Jimmy Dearing Photo)