Mini Tyrrell Becomes First Time Winner, Chandler Smith Takes Truck Series Break and Wins at Tri-County

Mooresville, NC 9/11/21 – After a tribute to those who lost their lives in twenty years ago today in the incidents of 9/11, Chandler Smith scored a thrilling victory in the Super Late Model division, while Mini Tyrrell became a first time winner in Late Model Stock Car action.


For Smith it was a long awaited visit to Edelbrock victory lane back behind the wheel of a Super Late Model after taking a weekend off from the NASCAR Truck Series. Tyrrell won his first career CARS Late Model Stock Tour race after scoring the Hedgecock Racing pole award.


Super Late Model Recap


Chandler Smith was able to hold off Stephen Nasse to score the win in Saturday night’s 225 at Tri County Motor Speedway.


After a restart with nine laps to go Smith was able to clear Stephen Nasse and maintain the lead position to score the win in front of a packed house.


Nasse settled for the runner-up spot after leading in the early portion of the event, while championship points leader Matt Craig rounded out the podium with a third place finish.


A pair of Southern Super Series regulars in Jake Garcia and Hunter Robbins finished fourth and fifth to recap the top five positions.


Late Model Stock Car Recap


It has not been for lack of effort but this year for Mini Tyrrell has been a struggle most of the season. That all became a thing of the past Saturday night at Tri-County, as the Virginia youngster scored his first career Late Model Stock Car win in dominating fashion.


Tyrrell finished a whopping 3.638 seconds ahead of second place finisher Sam Yarbrough who enjoyed his best finish of the 2021 campaign.


Bobby McCarty continued to grow his championship points lead by finished third, just one position above his closest competitor, rookie Kaden Honeycutt in forth.


Jared Fryar with his #14 Sterling Buildings Group machine rounded out the top five in the fifth position.


For additional information on the CARS Late Model Stock Tour and the CARS Super Late Model Tour visit Be sure to stay active and social with the tour by liking “CARS Tour” on Facebook, following @CARSTour on Twitter, and scrolling through photos on Instagram cars_tour. Additional series information can be obtained by calling the CARS Tour series office, located in Mooresville, NC, at 704.662.9212. 225

Tri-County Motor Speedway – Hudson, NC

September 11, 2021


Super Late Model Unofficial Finish


  1. #26 Chandler Smith
  2. #51 Stephen Nasse
  3. #54 Matt Craig
  4. #35G Jake Garcia
  5. #18 Hunter Robbins
  6. #35 Carson Kvapil
  7. #7B Jackson Boone
  8. #4 Kyle Plott
  9. #51F Jake Finch
  10. #81 Jett Noland
  11. #7 Justin Crider
  12. #49 Jeff Batten
  13. #79 Kyle Bryant
  14. #27 Lee Tissot
  15. #43 Daniel Dye
  16. #65 Tyler Tanner
  17. #6 William Sawalich
  18. #28 Dusty Williams
  19. #7C Tyler Church
  20. #22 Sammy Smith


Long Run Transportation 225 pres. by Food Country USA

Motor Mile Speedway – Fairlawn, VA

August 28, 2021


Late Model Stock Car Unofficial Finish


  1. #81 Mini Tyrrell
  2. #95 Sam Yarbrough
  3. #22 Bobby McCarty
  4. #4H Kaden Honeycutt
  5. #14 Jared Fryar
  6. #91 Jonathan Shafer
  7. #44 Justin Johnson
  8. #87 Mike Looney
  9. #51 Stephen Nasse
  10. #5 Carter Langley
  11. #17 Joe Valento
  12. #88 Conner Jones
  13. #2 Brandon Pierce
  14. #08 Deac McCaskill
  15. #24 Mason Diaz
  16. #41 Tyler Matthews
  17. #6W Mitch Walker
  18. #2R Braden Rogers
  19. #99 Layne Riggs
  20. #4 Jonathan Findley
  21. #27 Isaac Bevin
  22. #11 Dillion Houser