SWR Racing and Brandon Overton Amicably Part Ways
(June 13, 2018)
Announced today by both parties, SWR Racing in Crossville, Tennessee and driver Brandon Overton have amicably parted ways on the heels of a disappointing 'Dirt Late Model Dream' weekend at Eldora (OH) Speedway and will go different directions for the remainder of the 2018 racing season. The combination collected 21 wins together in 2017 including nine that paid over $10,000, but only visited victory lane together twice so far in 2018. According to team manager Randy Weaver, the crew is currently refurbishing their equipment and will soon start building a new car at the shop to close out the remainder of the season with a different driver to be announced at a later date. More details will be released as they become available... (Todd Healy Photo)

Big Sexy Involved in Heat Race Wreck at Eldora; Scratches from Dream
(June 10, 2018)
Brandon Overton and the #116 team invaded Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio from June 7-9 for the annual running of the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' With Thursday night's prelim pushed back to Friday afternoon due to heavy rain, Brandon was battling for the lead in his heat race on the opening lap when he was knocked up into the wall by another competitor. The #116 ride sustained major damage and Brandon was not only kept out of the $5,000 to win preliminary feature, but was forced to scratch from the remainder of the 'Dirt Late Model Dream' weekend. Full results from the disappointing weekend can be found online at www.eldoraspeedway.com.

Overton Ninth in WOOLMS Points Following Tennessee Two-Step...
(June 3, 2018)
Next up on the racing calendar for the #116 Dream Team was a pair of $10,000 to win World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series throwdowns in east Tennessee over the June 1-2 weekend. On Friday night at 411 Motor Speedway in Seymour, Tennessee, Brandon Overton ran fifth in his loaded heat race and was making a charge in the 50-lap feature event until getting into the wall, which dropped him to twentieth in the final rundown. At Volunteer Speedway in Bulls Gap, Tennessee on Saturday evening, Brandon once again placed fifth in his heat race before overheating issues caused him to retire from the 50-lapper in the twenty-fourth position. The Evans, Georgia standout now finds himself ninth in the latest version of the WOOLMS point standings. Full results from the Volunteer State can be accessed by clicking on www.woolms.com. (MRM Racing Photo)

Brandon Overton Ventures North to Indiana and Grabs $10,000 Payday!
(May 28, 2018)
After Mother Nature ruined their plans to race in the Southeast over the Memorial Day holiday weekend, Brandon Overton and the Dream Team ventured north to Daugherty Speedway in Boswell, Indiana on May 26-27 and promptly put the #116 in victory lane for the second time in 2018! Brandon ran second in his heat race on Saturday night, which enabled the Evans, Georgia standout to start Sunday's 50-lap 'Dick Potts Memorial' from the inside of the second row. Brandon then bolted to the race lead on the first circuit and never looked back en route to capturing the $10,000 top prize ahead of Kent Robinson, Tanner English, Chad Stapleton, and Jason Feger! Complete results from the Ultimate Battle of the Bluegrass Super Late Model Series special can be found online by visiting www.ultimatesupers.com. (Lindsey Dunn Photo)

Overton Ninth in First in Flight 100; Eighth in Current WOOLMS Points
(May 13, 2018)
The #116 team and driver Brandon Overton were in the pit area at Fayetteville Motor Speedway in Fayetteville, North Carolina on May 11-12 for the inaugural running of the 'First in Flight 100.' The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series presided over the $25,001 to win contest, which was held in honor of Mr. Carlton Lamm. In preliminary action on Friday night, Brandon placed second in his stacked heat race prior to finishing fifth in the $2,001 to win "Big C Dash for Cash." After starting Saturday's 100-lap grand finale from the inside of the third row, Brandon eventually slipped back to finish ninth in the final rundown. He still sits eighth in the latest version of the WOOLMS point standings exiting the Tarheel State. Full results from the big weekend in Fayetteville can be accessed online at www.woolms.com.

Brandon Overton Knocks Down Top Five in Tripleheader Finale at Senoia
(May 6, 2018)
The Dream Team traveled to the states of Georgia and South Carolina from May 3-5 for a trio of World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series specials - each of which paid $10,000 to the winner. On Thursday night at Lavonia Speedway in Lavonia, Georgia, Brandon Overton fought brake problems all night in finishing seventh in his heat race, sixth in the B-Main, and sixteenth in the 50-lap feature event. At Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina on Friday evening, Brandon placed third in his heat race and drove to the front in the 50-lap main event to battle for the lead before a flat right rear tire relegated him to fourteenth in the final finishing order. In Saturday's weekend finale on the "gray gumbo" at Senoia Raceway in Senoia, Georgia, Brandon ran second in his heat race prior to knocking down a strong fifth place showing in the 50-lapper behind only winner Chris Madden, Michael Page, Dale McDowell, and Mike Marlar. Full results from all three races can be viewed online at www.woolms.com.

Overton Climbs to Eighth in Tennessee Tipoff Classic Opener at SMS
(April 29, 2018)
The World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series took the #116 team to Smoky Mountain Speedway in Maryville, Tennessee on April 27-28 for the annual running of the 'Tennessee Tipoff Classic,' which featured a pair of $10,000 to win programs. On Friday night in the weekend opener, Brandon Overton placed seventh in his loaded heat race, won the B-Main, and later scooted past eleven competitors during the 50-lapper on his way to a steady eighth place showing. At Smoky Mountain on Saturday evening in the 'Tennessee Tipoff Classic' finale, Brandon ran third in heat race action, but dropped a driveshaft during the 50-lap headliner and retired in the twenty-fourth spot. The Evans, Georgia star still sits seventh in the latest version of the heated WOOLMS point standings exiting the Volunteer State. Full results from both weekend showdowns can be viewed online at www.woolms.com. (MRM Racing Photo)

Brandon Overton Up to Seventh in WoO Points After Queen City Shootout
(April 22, 2018)
The Dream Team and driver Brandon Overton finally got back to racing on the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series tour over the April 20-21 weekend in the two-day 'Queen City Shootout' at Whynot Motorsports Park in Meridian, Mississippi! In Friday's $10,000 to win weekend opener, Brandon was forced to utilize a series provisional before rolling past eleven competitors in the 50-lap main event to salvage a twelfth place feature showing. On Saturday night in another $10,000 to win battle at Whynot, Brandon grabbed the fourth transfer spot through his heat race prior to advancing by eight racecars during the 50-lapper en route to an eighth place effort. The Evans, Georgia standout now sits seventh in the latest WOOLMS point standings exiting the state of Mississippi. Full results can be viewed online at www.woolms.com.

Overton Sees Rain in Illinois; Rallies to Top Five in King of the Commonwealth
(April 15, 2018)
After the two-day 'Illini 100' at Farmer City Raceway in Farmer City, Illinois fell victim to inclement weather on Friday, the #116 team made the long trek to Virginia Motor Speedway in Jamaica, Virginia for Saturday evening's $20,000 to win 'King of the Commonwealth.' The Ultimate Super Late Model Series presided over the single-day mega-event, which drew a whopping 56 entrants. Brandon Overton posted the fifth fastest lap in Group B during the qualifying session before finishing third in his loaded heat race. The Evans, Georgia standout then rolled off from the outside of the eighth row in the 60-lap headliner and promptly drove past eleven competitors during the feature distance to secure a strong fifth place showing. Brandon trailed only victor Jonathan Davenport, Scott Bloomquist, Chris Madden, and Tim McCreadie in this year's edition of the 'King of the Commonwealth.' Complete results from last night at VMS can be obtained online at www.ultimatesupers.com.



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