Dustin Linville Runner-Up in Southern All Stars at Mountain Motor
(July 25, 2020) An originally scheduled weekend off, Dustin Linville couldn't pass up the opportunity to race in front of his Eastern Kentucky fans.

Traveling to Mountain Motorsports Park (Isom, Ky.) on Friday, Linville locked in to the Southern All Star Racing Series main event via Time Trials.

Starting the $4,000-to-win feature in second, Dustin briefly took the lead from Brandon Fouts in the 40-lapper, only to have a caution flag turn back his pass for the top spot. Linville went on to finish second behind Fouts at the checkers, with Josh Putname, Steve Stollings, and Raymond Nichols rounding out the Top-5.

Following the Southern All Star Racing Series to Richmond (Ky.) Raceway on Saturday, Linville locked into the tenth starting spot on the grid for the $5,000-to-win A-Main. Advancing one spot in the 50-lap affair, Dustin placed ninth in the final rundown.

For complete results from these events, please visit www.SASDirt.com.

 
Flat Tire Ends Linville's Night Early at Lake Cumberland
(July 18, 2020) Dustin Linville set out to enter a pair of events in Kentucky over the weekend. Unfortunately, Mother Nature forced Friday's Big Daddy Classic at Ponderosa Speedway to be postponed to July 25.

On Saturday, Linville made the trek south to Lake Cumberland Speedway (Brunside, Ky.) for the annual Johnny Wheeler Memorial. With $5,031 on the line, Dustin set QuickTime in his group to earn the pole position for his heat race. Unfortunately, he blew a tire on the initial green that resulted in heavy damage to the deck of nis No. D8. With that, the team made the decision to scratch from the remainder of the night. (Chris Anderson Photos)

For complete results from the event, please visit www.LCSpeedway.net.

 
Linville Sweeps Richmond Raceway for First Win of the Season
(June 20, 2020) Dustin Linville picked up his first win since his return to the driver's seat on Saturday night at Richmond (Ky.) Raceway. (Jimmy Pittman Photography)

Dustin locked his spot into the $2,500-to-win main event via a heat race victory. Holding off Logan Roberson in a fierce battle during the feature, Linville went on to score his first win of the season, and first for the Tim Short Chevrolet Racing team. He crossed the finish line ahead of David Webb, Roberson, Derek Fisher, and Skylar Marlar.

Earlier in the weekend. Dustin visited his home track of Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, Ky. Earning a spot in the Hugh "Junebug" Rowland via preliminary events, Linville raced to a runner-up finish behind Camaron Marlar in the $2,500-to-win feature. Josh Rice, Scott James, and Greg Johnson rounded out the Top-5.

Complete results from these events can be found at www.PonderosaSpeedway.net and www.Richmond-Raceway.net.

 
Pair of Top-5's for Dustin Linville in Iron-Man Weekend in Tennessee
(June 6, 2020) On Friday night, Dustin Linville returned to the Schaeffer's Iron-Man Championship Series at Wartburg (Tenn.) Speedway. Josh James Artwork

With 30 Super Late Models on hand for the $10,000-to-win event, Dustin qualified second in his group and later picked up a heat race win to position himself on the pole for the main event. Linville went on to record a fifth-place finish in the 40-lapper behind race winner Josh Rice, Skylar Marlar, Ryan King, and Victor Lee.

The following night at I-75 Raceway in Sweetwater, Tenn. After qualifying third in his group and winning a heat, Dustin drew the second starting spot on the feature grid. With $4,000 on the line, Linville raced to a solid fourth-place finish behind race winner Heath Hindman, Ray Cook, and David Payne. Cory Hedgecock completed the Top-5.

For full results from the weekend, please visit www.WartburgSpeedway.net and www.I75Raceway.com

 
Linville Sets New Track Record at 411 Motor Speedway
(May 25, 2020) 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tenn. was the destination for Dustin Linville Racing on Monday night. (Michael Boggs photo)

A stout field of 41 entries were on hand for the Schaeffer's Iron-Man Championship Series presented by DirtonDirt.com-sanctioned the 8th Annual Scott Sexton Memorial.

Linville set a blistering pace in Time Trials to start the night, lowering the track record to 12.985 seconds. He also became the first driver to make a lap around the 3/8-mile oval in less than 13 seconds.

Dustin fell one spot short of a victory in his heat race when he broke an oil pump belt heading to the checkered flag, allowing Jason Hiett to sneak past. Scheduled to start sixth in the $10,052 feature, and with his No. D8 machine suffering terminal issues, Linville jumped in the seat of Connor Meade's No. 1 to start the feature. Two laps into the 52-lap affair, Linville retired to a 22nd-place finish.

Full results from the event are available at www.411MotorSpeedway.net.
 
Dustin Linville Returns to Racing at Boyd's Speedway
(May 2, 2020) Dustin Linville made his return to racing on Saturday night with a trip to Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Ga. (Brandon Murray photo)

As drivers ease back into competition amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, no spectators were allowed in the grandstands and teams followed social distancing protocols.

A strong field of 36 entries were on hand for the Boyd's Dirt Showdown. Dustin started the night by qualifying 14th in his time trial group. The Top-8 from each group were locked into the 50-lap main event with the balance going to two preliminary heat races. Linville went on to finish sixth in his heat race, but with only the Top-4 advancing to the $5,000-to-win feature, his night would come to an early end.

Following the event, Linville made this statement to his loyal fans and supporters: "I'm very thankful for each and every one of you for sticking with me through the good, the bad, the highs, and the lows. Somewhat obvious, we are towards the lower end of the valley with things right now, but all we can do is scratch our way back to the top from this point forward! We're racing and we're enjoying the sport of racing like we all once did before, we have good supporters behind us, and we've proved in the past that we can compete with any and all and put this D8 machine in victory lane time and time again. We obviously have somethings to diagnose and changes to be made, but the determination is stronger than ever! We will see you all again soon! Stay healthy and stay safe!"

For compete results, visit: www.BoydsSpeedway.MyRacePass.com

 
Linville Apparel Now Available for Online Purchase
(March 19, 2020) Dustin Linville and Rooster Nation apparel is now available for online purchase. The Apparel page has been stocked with the latest Dustin Linville merchandise. Head on over and place your order today!
 
Pair of Top-10's in Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic
(February 29, 2020) Dustin Linville kicked off his 2020 season over the weekend with a trip to Clarksville (TN) Speedway for the 16th Annual Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic.

Qualifying tenth overall amongst the 21 entries on hand for the $3,000-to-win event on Friday earned Dustin the tenth-starting position on the feature grid. Linville ran as high as eighth at times in the 25-lap main event before crossing the finish line in ninth. Josh James Artwork

On Saturday, Dustin locked into the seventh spot on the grid for the $5,000-to-win finale. Linville raced in the seventh position for much of the 30-lap affair before slipping to a tenth-place finish in the closing laps.

For complete results from the weekend, please visit www.ClarksvilleSpeedway.com.

 
Linville Anxiously Awaits Start of 2020 Season
(February 5, 2020) Dustin Linville recently unveiled his 2020 paint scheme and is anxiously awaiting the start of the 2020 season.

Linville made his highly anticipated return to racing in 2019, ending his comeback tour with six Top-5 outings in just 14 events.

The team is planning to kickstart their 2020 on February 28-29 during the 16th Annual Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic at Clarksville (TN) Speedway. The team will announce a complete version of their 2020 schedule soon.

A redesigned website for the team will be launched in the coming months. Keep your browsers locked to www.DustinLinville.com for the latest news, upcoming events, photos, and much more!

 
Top-Five in Ponderosa's Fall Classic
(October 4, 2019) Pondoera Speedway in Junction City, Ky. hosted their annual Fall Classic on Friday night.

The event boasted a $5,000 top prize for Super Late Models. Eighteen entries converged at Kentucky's Baddest Bullring. After qualifying third overall, Dustin went on to win his heat race, earning him the third starting position on the feature grid. Linville battled throughout the top-five for the entire race before registering a fifth-place finish in the final rundown.

Full results can be found at www.PonderosaSpeedway.net.

 
Dustin Linville Enters Jackson 100 at Brownstown
(September 21, 2019) Brownstown (Ind.) Speedway was the place to be on Saturday night for the 40th edition of the Jackson 100. Mark Schaefer Photo

The historic event, sanctioned by the ultra-competitive Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, drew a stout field of 34 entries. Dustin qualified tenth in his group to earn the fifth starting position in his heat race. A third-place finish in heat race action earned Linville the eleventh starting spot on the grid for the $15,000-to-win main event. Dustin would ultimately entire early from the 100-lapper to save equipment, recording a 23rd-place finish.

Complete results from the event are available at www.LucasDirt.com.

 
Linville with Podium Finish at Richmond Raceway
(September 14, 2019) Dustin Linville returned to Richmond (KY) Raceway on Saturday night for a $3,000-to-win special event. Michael Boggs Photo

A field of seventeen Super Late Model converged at the 3/8-mile oval. Dustin timed in fourth overall and went on to finish second in his heat race. After starting the 30-lap main event in fourth, Linville went on to record a third-place finish behind race winner Zack Dohm, and Scott James. Victor Lee and Jonathan Couch rounded out the top-five finishers.

Full results from the event are available at www.Richmond-Raceway.net.

 

Dustin Linville Battles Mechanical Foes at Florence and Brownstown
(July 4, 2020) Dustin Linville kicked off his weekend with a special Thursday night event at Florence (Ky.) Speedway.

A broken oil pump belt in Hot Laps resulted in Dustin missing Time Trials. Starting the Heat Race from 11th, he charged forward to place fifth. Locking into the $5,000-to-win feature, Linville worked his way forward from 19th to finish tenth in the final rundown.

On Saturday, the team made the trip to Brownstown (Ind.) Speedway for the annual Born Free 40. In a field of 31 entries, Dustin set the overall fast time and won his heat race to earning a starting spot on the front row of the $5,500-to-win main event. Unfortunately, mechanical issues struck again in the feature, forcing him to retire early from the race. (Mark Schaefer photo)

For full results from these events, please visit www.FlorenceSpeedway.com and www.BrownstownSpeedway.com.

 
Linville Sweeps Richmond Raceway for First Win of the Season
(June 20, 2020) Dustin Linville picked up his first win since his return to the driver's seat on Saturday night at Richmond (Ky.) Raceway. (Jimmy Pittman Photography)

Dustin locked his spot into the $2,500-to-win main event via a heat race victory. Holding off Logan Roberson in a fierce battle during the feature, Linville went on to score his first win of the season, and first for the Tim Short Chevrolet Racing team. He crossed the finish line ahead of David Webb, Roberson, Derek Fisher, and Skylar Marlar.

Earlier in the weekend. Dustin visited his home track of Ponderosa Speedway in Junction City, Ky. Earning a spot in the Hugh "Junebug" Rowland via preliminary events, Linville raced to a runner-up finish behind Camaron Marlar in the $2,500-to-win feature. Josh Rice, Scott James, and Greg Johnson rounded out the Top-5.

Complete results from these events can be found at www.PonderosaSpeedway.net and www.Richmond-Raceway.net.

 
Pair of Top-5's for Dustin Linville in Iron-Man Weekend in Tennessee
(June 6, 2020) On Friday night, Dustin Linville returned to the Schaeffer's Iron-Man Championship Series at Wartburg (Tenn.) Speedway. Josh James Artwork

With 30 Super Late Models on hand for the $10,000-to-win event, Dustin qualified second in his group and later picked up a heat race win to position himself on the pole for the main event. Linville went on to record a fifth-place finish in the 40-lapper behind race winner Josh Rice, Skylar Marlar, Ryan King, and Victor Lee.

The following night at I-75 Raceway in Sweetwater, Tenn. After qualifying third in his group and winning a heat, Dustin drew the second starting spot on the feature grid. With $4,000 on the line, Linville raced to a solid fourth-place finish behind race winner Heath Hindman, Ray Cook, and David Payne. Cory Hedgecock completed the Top-5.

For full results from the weekend, please visit www.WartburgSpeedway.net and www.I75Raceway.com

 
Linville Sets New Track Record at 411 Motor Speedway
(May 25, 2020) 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tenn. was the destination for Dustin Linville Racing on Monday night. (Michael Boggs photo)

A stout field of 41 entries were on hand for the Schaeffer's Iron-Man Championship Series presented by DirtonDirt.com-sanctioned the 8th Annual Scott Sexton Memorial.

Linville set a blistering pace in Time Trials to start the night, lowering the track record to 12.985 seconds. He also became the first driver to make a lap around the 3/8-mile oval in less than 13 seconds.

Dustin fell one spot short of a victory in his heat race when he broke an oil pump belt heading to the checkered flag, allowing Jason Hiett to sneak past. Scheduled to start sixth in the $10,052 feature, and with his No. D8 machine suffering terminal issues, Linville jumped in the seat of Connor Meade's No. 1 to start the feature. Two laps into the 52-lap affair, Linville retired to a 22nd-place finish.

Full results from the event are available at www.411MotorSpeedway.net.
 
Dustin Linville Returns to Racing at Boyd's Speedway
(May 2, 2020) Dustin Linville made his return to racing on Saturday night with a trip to Boyd's Speedway in Ringgold, Ga. (Brandon Murray photo)

As drivers ease back into competition amid the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, no spectators were allowed in the grandstands and teams followed social distancing protocols.

A strong field of 36 entries were on hand for the Boyd's Dirt Showdown. Dustin started the night by qualifying 14th in his time trial group. The Top-8 from each group were locked into the 50-lap main event with the balance going to two preliminary heat races. Linville went on to finish sixth in his heat race, but with only the Top-4 advancing to the $5,000-to-win feature, his night would come to an early end.

Following the event, Linville made this statement to his loyal fans and supporters: "I'm very thankful for each and every one of you for sticking with me through the good, the bad, the highs, and the lows. Somewhat obvious, we are towards the lower end of the valley with things right now, but all we can do is scratch our way back to the top from this point forward! We're racing and we're enjoying the sport of racing like we all once did before, we have good supporters behind us, and we've proved in the past that we can compete with any and all and put this D8 machine in victory lane time and time again. We obviously have somethings to diagnose and changes to be made, but the determination is stronger than ever! We will see you all again soon! Stay healthy and stay safe!"

For compete results, visit: www.BoydsSpeedway.MyRacePass.com

 
Linville Apparel Now Available for Online Purchase
(March 19, 2020) Dustin Linville and Rooster Nation apparel is now available for online purchase. The Apparel page has been stocked with the latest Dustin Linville merchandise. Head on over and place your order today!
 
Pair of Top-10's in Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic
(February 29, 2020) Dustin Linville kicked off his 2020 season over the weekend with a trip to Clarksville (TN) Speedway for the 16th Annual Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic.

Qualifying tenth overall amongst the 21 entries on hand for the $3,000-to-win event on Friday earned Dustin the tenth-starting position on the feature grid. Linville ran as high as eighth at times in the 25-lap main event before crossing the finish line in ninth. Josh James Artwork

On Saturday, Dustin locked into the seventh spot on the grid for the $5,000-to-win finale. Linville raced in the seventh position for much of the 30-lap affair before slipping to a tenth-place finish in the closing laps.

For complete results from the weekend, please visit www.ClarksvilleSpeedway.com.

 
Linville Anxiously Awaits Start of 2020 Season
(February 5, 2020) Dustin Linville recently unveiled his 2020 paint scheme and is anxiously awaiting the start of the 2020 season.

Linville made his highly anticipated return to racing in 2019, ending his comeback tour with six Top-5 outings in just 14 events.

The team is planning to kickstart their 2020 on February 28-29 during the 16th Annual Tuckasee Toilet Bowl Classic at Clarksville (TN) Speedway. The team will announce a complete version of their 2020 schedule soon.

A redesigned website for the team will be launched in the coming months. Keep your browsers locked to www.DustinLinville.com for the latest news, upcoming events, photos, and much more!

 
Top-Five in Ponderosa's Fall Classic
(October 4, 2019) Pondoera Speedway in Junction City, Ky. hosted their annual Fall Classic on Friday night.

The event boasted a $5,000 top prize for Super Late Models. Eighteen entries converged at Kentucky's Baddest Bullring. After qualifying third overall, Dustin went on to win his heat race, earning him the third starting position on the feature grid. Linville battled throughout the top-five for the entire race before registering a fifth-place finish in the final rundown.

Full results can be found at www.PonderosaSpeedway.net.

 
Dustin Linville Enters Jackson 100 at Brownstown
(September 21, 2019) Brownstown (Ind.) Speedway was the place to be on Saturday night for the 40th edition of the Jackson 100. Mark Schaefer Photo

The historic event, sanctioned by the ultra-competitive Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, drew a stout field of 34 entries. Dustin qualified tenth in his group to earn the fifth starting position in his heat race. A third-place finish in heat race action earned Linville the eleventh starting spot on the grid for the $15,000-to-win main event. Dustin would ultimately entire early from the 100-lapper to save equipment, recording a 23rd-place finish.

Complete results from the event are available at www.LucasDirt.com.

 
Linville with Podium Finish at Richmond Raceway
(September 14, 2019) Dustin Linville returned to Richmond (KY) Raceway on Saturday night for a $3,000-to-win special event. Michael Boggs Photo

A field of seventeen Super Late Model converged at the 3/8-mile oval. Dustin timed in fourth overall and went on to finish second in his heat race. After starting the 30-lap main event in fourth, Linville went on to record a third-place finish behind race winner Zack Dohm, and Scott James. Victor Lee and Jonathan Couch rounded out the top-five finishers.

Full results from the event are available at www.Richmond-Raceway.net.