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October 31, 2020 - Tyler Erb scores $10,000 Jambalaya 100 finale at Pike County
1Tyler Erb returned to his winning ways, scoring a dominating victory in Saturday night’s Jambalaya 100 at Pike County Speedway.

Erb went unchallenged after taking the lead in his Industrial Resourcing Group No. 1 Best Performance Motorsports/ Rocket Chassis/ Durham Racing Engine Super Late Model and drove away to a 5.031 second margin of victory.

“We’ve been running really good and just needed to get a win,” said Erb, who notched his sixth overall victory of the season. “I’m happy to get a win. I’ve been so close and last week we lost a lot of money because of a part failure. We’re getting a little bit of it back.

“This is pretty cool. I think I came here when I was like 10 years old and watched a guy that raced for my dad drive he re. It’s a super fun track. It’s different. One end is different from the other.”

1Friday night found Tyler Erb in action at Pike County Speedway in Magnolia, Miss. to kick off the two-day Jambalaya 100. Erb secured his spot into the $3,000-to-win opening night feature with a 10-lap heat race victory.

Starting in third, Tyler blasted past polesitter Dane Dacus on the opening lap but a caution negated the move. Making a late-race charge to challenge leader Jason Feger, Erb came up short to finish second behind Feger with Spencer Hughes rounding out the podium.

For the finale on Saturday, Tyler started the night off with a heat race win, which positioned him third on the starting grid for the main event. Navigating around Jason Feger on lap 31, Erb cruised to his sixth win of the season over Feger, Spencer Hughes, Michael Arnold, and Luke Bennett.

Finishing more than five seconds ahead of the Feger when he crossed the finish line at the conclusion of the 70-lapper, Tyler Erb earned $10,000.

“I got to follow Jason for 100 laps this weekend. That made it a little bit easier,” Erb said. “I kind of saw what he was doing and tried to figure out where I could pass him. I knew it was probably gonna rubber. I could feel it. I didn’t want to show him my nose so when I got around the outside, so I just kept ducking down low and made it work. Congrats to him and Spencer. We all ran top three two nights in a row, so that’s pretty cool.”

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October 24, 2020 - Erb breaks while leading Fall Classic at Whynot
1On Friday afternoon Tyler Erb visited Whynot Motorsports Park (Meridian, Miss.) piloting the Best Performance Motorsports No. 1 Late Model for the 26th annual Coors Light Fall Classic. Drawing 43 Late Models for the two-day event, Tyler passed three cars in his heat race to place third. (Chris McDill photo)

1Starting Saturday night’s $15,000-to-win Coors Light Fall Classic in ninth, Erb broke into the Top-5 early an began challenging for the lead near the halfway point of the 100-lapper. Sneaking by Dennis Erb Jr. on lap 51 to assume command of the top spot, Tyler led the next 15 circuits until a broken lift bar brought an immediate end to his evening.

Full results from this event are available at

October 17, 2020 - Top-5 finish in Dirt Track World Championship at Portsmouth
1Tyler Erb and the Best Performance Motorsports team put a wrap on the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series 2020 campaign over the weekend at Portsmouth (Ohio) Raceway Park. 

Erb drove his Industrial Resourcing Group No. 1 Best Performance Motorsports/ Rocket Chassis/ Durham Racing Engine Super Late Model from deep in the field to register a fifth-place finish in Saturday’s 40th Annual Dirt Track World Championship.

“We got behind on Friday night and had to come through the B-Main. Fortunately, we were able to bring home a solid fifth-place finish,” said Erb. “It’s been an up and down season, so a Top-5 in the highest paying race of the year is a great way to cap off the Lucas Oil season. We’re planning a few more races to end the year. I’m looking forward to finishing out the year strong.”

1Tyler Erb was one of 63 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series entries on hand at Portsmouth Raceway Park on Friday night to wrap up the 2020 season. With the Top-3 from each heat race transferring to the finale, Erb came one spot short with a fourth-place finish, sending him to a B-Main on Saturday. (Heath Lawson photo)

Finishing second behind Jimmy Owens, Tyler locked into the 22nd-starting position for the $100,000-to-win Dirt Track World Championship. Wheeling his way to a Top-5, Erb advanced 17 spots in the 100-lap affair to register a fifth-place finish behind Brandon Sheppard, Ricky Thornton Jr., Tim McCreadie, and Chris Madden.

Erb finished fifth in the final Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series Championship standings. To view full results from this event and complete standings, please visit

October 3, 2020 - Flat tire drops Erb to 15th in Pittsburgher 100 at PPMS
1After a pair of rainouts wiped out his plans on Friday night, Tyler Erb returned with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) on Saturday evening at Pittsburgh Pa. Motor Speedway (Imperial, Pa.) for the 32nd annual Pittsburgher 100. In a field of 35 cars, Erb came two spots short of a transfer position in his heat with a sixth place finish, transferring him into the B-Main. Scoring a runner-up finish behind Jared Miley, Tyler locked into the 19th-starting position for the $20,000-to-win Pittsburgher 100. With the 100-lapper getting slowed by multiple cautions due to numerous flat tires, Tyler Erb suffered a flat on lap 90 while running in the Top-10, which dropped him back to a 15th place outing. (Heath Lawson photo)

Tyler is currently fifth in the latest LOLMDS point standings. Full results from this event are available at