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September 21, 2019 - Erb Wins Late-Race Thriller at Kokomo
1Tyler Erb didn’t know what to expect heading into Friday night’s Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series event at Kokomo Speedway. He had only seen Sprint Car videos of the place. As it turned out, he would quickly take to the ¼-mile oval. In fact, he piloted his Industrial Resourcing Group No. 1 XR1 Rocket Chassis/ Durham Racing Engine Super Late Model to the $12,000 victory. (Heath Lawson photo)

“Wow, how about this place,” Erb said in regards to Kokomo Speedway. “It definitely lived up to the hype. I ran in second to both little Billy [Moyer Jr.] and Huddy [Hudson] O’Neal, and my car was so much better than those guys, but I couldn’t get clear to complete the pass. Then I took the lead twice and the caution came out both times, and I was kinda losing my patience there. Hudson had trouble late and we were able to capitalize and get the win.

“This win was so needed for our team, and I just want to say thanks to Best Performance Motorsports, my team, my sponsors, my fans and everyone that supports us. We have the team and we have the speed, so hopefully we’ve got several more wins in us before this year is over.”

1Making his debut at Kokomo Speedway (Kokomo Indiana) on Friday night, Tyler Erb triumphed in thrilling fashion to pick up the $12,000 triumph.

Twenty-four Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) drivers looked to try their hand at claiming the victory in the rare Super Late Model appearance at the renowned Sprint Car facility. A win in his heat race positioned Tyler on the outside-front-row for the 50-lap feature. Tyler slipped as far back as the third position at times during the event before staging a late-race charge to the lead.

With just four laps to go, Erb shot past Hudson O'Neal for the top spot. The Texas native went on to lead the final circuits on his way to his sixth series' win of the 2019 season. The victory increased Tyler's overall win tally on the year to nine.

On Saturday Tyler thundered into Indiana's Brownstown Speedway, where the 40th annual Jackson 100 took center stage with a $15,000 winner's check on the line. With 34 entries taking aim on the top prize, he finished third in his heat race to earn the 10th-starting spot for the feature. Advancing four spots in the finale, Erb crossed the finish line in the sixth spot.

Tyler is currently fourth in the latest LOLMDS standings and continues to lead the Eibach Springs Rookie of the Year standings. For complete results from the weekend, please visit

September 14, 2019 - Runner-up Finish in Knoxville Nationals Opener
1Tyler Erb traveled to Knoxville Raceway (Knoxville, Iowa) on Thursday night returning with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. Drawing 55 cars for the 16th annual Knoxville Nationals, Tyler recorded a 3rd place finish in his heat locking his spot into the $7,000-to-win preliminary feature. Overtaking Devin Moran for the lead following the race’s only caution on the fifth lap, Erb held the top spot for the next nine circuits until Shane Clanton slipped by. He held on to a runner-up finish behind Clanton with Darrell Lanigan, Ricky Weiss, and Ricky Thornton Jr. rounding out the Top-5. (Heath Lawson photos)

1The following night, Erb laid down the third fastest lap in his time trial group before placing 2nd in his heat behind Ricky Weiss. Dropping one spot in the final 25-lap preliminary feature, Tyler notched a 6th place finish.

1With preliminary finishes on Thursday and Friday determining the starting grid for the $40,000-to-win finale on Saturday night, Tyler locked into the 5th-starting position. Bringing out a caution on lap 55, Tyler Erb slipped back to a 15th place outing in the 100-lap affair.

Tyler sits in fourth in the latest LOLMDS standings, and he continues to lead the Rookie of the Year battle. Full results from these events are available at

September 7, 2019 - Erb Attends World 100 at Eldora Speedway
1Thursday night found Tyler Erb in action at Eldora Speedway (Rossburg, Ohio) kicking off the 49th annual World 100. Drawing 98 cars, Erb posted the second fastest lap in his time trial group behind Stormy Scott before placing 3rd in his heat. Starting the $10,000-to-win preliminary feature in 10th, Tyler dropped seven spots in the 25-lapper to place 17th.

1Returning on Friday afternoon for another round of preliminary features, Tyler posted a 2nd place finish in his heat which positioned him 7th on the starting grid for the A-Main. With $10,000 on the line, Erb slipped back to a 14th place finish. (Heath Lawson photo)

For the final night of the World 100 on Saturday evening, Erb came up one spot short of a transfer spot in his heat race with a 4th place finish. Needing a 5th place finish or better in his B-Main to make the $52,000-to-win finale, Tyler scored a 3rd place spot. Rolling off 26th, Tyler Erb gained one spot in the 100-lap affair logging a 25th place outing.

Full results from these events are available at

September 1, 2019 - Pair of Top 5 Finishes Over Lucas Oil Labor Day Weekend
1On Friday night Tyler Erb was one of 27 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series entries on hand at Ponderosa Speedway (Junction City, Kentucky) for the John Bradshaw Memorial. Grabbing the 6th and final transfer spot in his heat race, Erb earned the 17th-starting position for the main event. Breaking into the Top-5, Tyler passed 12 cars in the 50-lapper reeling in a 5th place finish behind Tim McCreadie, Tanner English, Jonathan Davenport, and Don O’Neal. (Heath Lawson photo)

1The following night at Portsmouth Raceway Park (Portsmouth, Ohio) for the Bob Miller Memorial, Tyler followed up the fastest lap overall in time trials with a heat race victory. Starting on the pole of the feature, Erb dropped three spots scoring a 4th place finish behind Jonathan Davenport, Josh Richards, and Tim McCreadie with Jimmy Owens coming in 5th.

Wrapping up the Labor Day weekend on Sunday, Erb stopped at Tyler County Speedway (Middlebourne, West Virginia) for the 51st annual Hillbilly 100. In a field of 34 cars, Tyler recorded the fastest time in his qualifying group before placing 2nd in his heat behind Tanner English. Starting the $30,000-to-win finale in 6th, Erb fell four spots in the 100-lap affair registering a 10th place finish.

Tyler remains in fourth in the latest LOLMDS standings, and he continues to lead the Rookie of the Year battle. Full results from these events are available at