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#1 DirtFan60

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Posted 25 August 2012 - 04:57 PM

At the Dirt Hall Of Fame they have win list from 1976 to 2011 for both BBM and 358s
I cant figure out how to copy/paste maybe someone can

also how accurate you think this is?

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Posted 25 August 2012 - 05:46 PM

As far as DIRT sanctioned wins go, it is pretty much 100 percent accurate. The thing to keep in mind, though, is that the DIRT list only reflects DIRT sanctioned wins. Many drivers on the list, such as a Brett Hearn or Biily Pauch, have hundreds more wins beyond what they are credited for by DIRT. Other drivers, such as the Johnson brothers, who have spent most of their careers racing at DIRT sanctioned tracks, have a lot fewer wins outside of what is reflected on the all-time DIRT list.

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Posted 25 August 2012 - 10:05 PM

the complete lists are way too long so I just grabbed the first pages of each... these are amazing to read and also how many of the names I know!

DIRT Modified Feature
Winners: 1976-2011
Note: ties recorded in
1990, 1991, 1996

WINS - DRIVER
369Alan Johnson
358Brett Hearn
309Danny Johnson
307Bob McCreadie
238Jack Johnson
192Billy Decker
185Steve Paine
152Kenny Tremont
127Dave Lape
107Will Cagle
89Matt Sheppard
89Pete Bicknell
87Doug Hoffman
83Jimmy Horton
82Tim Fuller
80Gary Tomkins
77Mike Romano
75Billy Pauch
73Pat Ward
70Kevin Bolland
68Joe Plazek
65Marco Potvin
63Chuck Akulis
62Tim McCreadie
59Steve Poirier
57Davey Moore
49C.D. Coville
49Charlie Rudolph
49Jeff Heotzler
48Luke Plante
45Kenny Brightbill
44Brian Stevens
44Jimmy Phelps
43Frank Cozze
41Brian Swartzlander
39Jermiah Shingledecker
38Bobby Varin
37Harvey Hainer
37Lou Lazzaro
37Real LaFrance
36Andy Bachetti
35Jeff Trombley
35Tommy Corellis
33Dave Camara
33Dick Larkin
33Merv Treichler
31A.J. Romano
30Rex King
27Eddie Marshall
27Pat O'Brien
27Richie Eurich
26Vic Coffey
25Bobby Wilkins
25Jimmy Begolo
25Martin Roy,Jr.
24Justin Haers
23Chuck McKee
23Del Rougeux Jr.
23Frankie Caprara
22Dave Murdick
21Dave Leckonby
21Gino Clair
21Robert Ranger
20J.R. Heffner
20Kevin Collins
19Jeff Strunk
19Ray Dalmata
18Claude Brouillard
18Mark Fluery
18Mike Colsten
17Carl Nagel
17Carl Reynolds
17David Hebert
17Denis Labonte
17Don McGinnis
17Gary Iulg
16Jamie Mills
16Matt Quinn
15Chris Moore
15Danny Rizzardo
15Mike McLaughlin
15Ron Smoker
14Charlie Castle
14Chuck Bower
14Dale Planck
14Fritz Epright
14John Hewitt
14Rich Ricci Jr.
14Ricky Elliott
13Don Ackner
13Jack Cottrell
13John Flach
13Scott Prentice
12Ivan Little
12Lee Gill
12Lynn Highhouse
12Maynard Forrette
12Rich Tobias Jr.
12Tim Dwyer
11Andy Priest
11Billy Dunn
11Carl Collis
11Charlie Donk
11Danny O'Brien
11Doug Worthing
11Jim Weller
11Tommy Hager
10Donnie Corellis
10Frank Jashembowski
10Ric Hill
9Craig VonDohren
9Jeff Brownell Jr.
9Jeff Hoffman
9Rick Bishop
9Steve Bottcher
9Stewart Friesen
9Tony Pepicelli
9Willy Decker
8Bill Cherry
8Bobby Albert Jr.
8Butch Jelley
8Chad Brachmann
8Chris Shultz
8Don Turner
8H.J. Bunting
8Jerry Higbie
8Jimmy Chester
8Ken Brenn,Jr.
8Mark Quinn
8Tommy Meier
7Chuck Hebing
7Craig Hanson
7Don Slack
7Duane Howard
7Guy Sheldon

DIRT 320/358-Modified
Feature Winners: 1976,1980-2011
One Tie in 1989

WINS - DRIVER
216Pete Bicknell
180Brett Hearn
153Danny Johnson
146Pat O'Brien
142Danny O'Brien
125Dave Heaslip
114Alan Johnson
96Steve Paine
90Laurent Ladouceur
87Rick Wilson
69Doug Carlyle
65Marcel LaFrance
64Rich Ricci, Jr.
62Todd Burley
59Pierre Dagenais
58Jeff Heotzler
57Lin Hough
56Mike Ricci
55Dale Planck
55David Hebert
50Mitch Gibbs
41Brian McDonald
41Brian Stevens
41Curt Van Pelt
41Tim Fuller
39Donnie Wetmore
39Mark Hitchcock
39Stephane LaFrance
38Billy VanPelt
38Lee Gill
37Ovide Doiron
37Walt Mitchell
36Robbie Green
35Kyle Robidoux
34Danny Watson
33Andy Bachetti
33Martin Roy
33Mike Romano
32Claude Hoard
30Clement Therrien
30Peter Mantha Jr.
28Kenny Tremont
28Scott Wood
26Bob McCreadie
26Jeff Rudalavage
26Mike Perrotte
25Carey Terrance
25Charlie Wilbur
25Mario Clair
23Steve Poirier
22John Dahm
22Real LaFrance
22Stewart Friesen
21Larry Lampman Jr.
21Tim McCreadie
21Tony Corcoran
20Billy Decker
20Dave Camara
20Jeff Sykes
20Ron Smoker
20Todd Stewart
19Billy Wilcox
19Frankie Caprara
19Robbie Krull
18Claude Brouillard
18Jamie Turner
18John Moravec
18Steve Roberts
17Alain Boisvert
17Chad Brachmann
17Doug Hoffman
17Jimmy Begolo
17Kyle Jacobs
16Joe Winnie Sr.
16Patrick Dupree
16Randy Ritskes
15Mark Osterhoudt
15Matt Quinn
15Rick Richner
15Yan Bussiere
14Bill Gill
14Billy King
14Charlie Donk
14Hector Stratton
14Jeremy Smith
14Jerry Higbie
14Matt Sheppard
14Steve Hartman Sr.
14Tim Hindley
14Tom Hindley
13Bill Mullin
13Dan Jalbert
13Don McGinnis
13Eric Gauvreau
13Fred Cade
13Richie Vinson
13Todd McManus
12Barry Davis
12Bob Makinson
12Bud Christmann
12C.D. Coville
12J.J. Michaels
12Jimmy Hauser
12Jimmy Phelps
12Lyle Sherwood
12Mal Lane
12Paul Moreland
12Paul Parker
11Billy Pauch
11Bob Podolak
11Jack Johnson
11Jim Rajczi
11Joe Plazek
11John Menzak
11Lonnie Riehlman
11Luke Plante
11Ron House
10Barry Poitras
10Buzzie Reutimann
10Denny Planck
10Don Kio
10Doug Howard
10Fred Carleton
10J.R. Hurlburt
10John Lazore
10Leon Gonyo
10Rick Mill
10Roy Tarbell
10Steve Bernard
10Steve Bottcher
9Andy Romano
9Bob Brueckner
9Chuck LoPresti
9Gage Morin
9Gary Labagh
9Joel Doiron
9Kyle Dingwall
9Mike Bruno
9Pat Ward
9Scott Kerwin
9Steve Mabey
9Vic Coffey
8Billy Dunn
8Chris Jones
8Gino Clair
8Gus Schmidt
8J.R. Heffner
8Jeff Yasinsac
8Jimmy Horton
8Jimmy Johnson Jr (CAM)
8Larry Brolsma
8Richie Burgess

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Posted 29 August 2012 - 09:48 PM

I would be bet my two left hoosiers that will cagle has another 300 wins somewhere out there too

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 09:24 AM

kenny tremont has to have more than 28 small block wins. also it has tommy corellis listed at 30 something wins. he has 83 wins and 8 track titles at lebanon valley.

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 01:38 PM

Lebanon hasn't always been a DIRT track.. most of Correllis's wins and championships came in the 70s before it was DIRT sanctiond..

I think it's impressive that Bob McCreadie still sits in 4th place and hasn't raced in years and started his winning career after Brett and Alan.
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Posted 30 August 2012 - 01:46 PM

I would be bet my two left hoosiers that will cagle has another 300 wins somewhere out there too

I would bet the house that he has another 400 somewhere. He raced and won at nearly every track from the Florida Keys to the Canadian border. Even though he was still in his prime when DIRT started, I think he was on the downside of his prime.

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 03:37 PM

I would be bet my two left hoosiers that will cagle has another 300 wins somewhere out there too

Easily. At Weedsport alone he had 18 in '73 and 14 in '74. I count 40 at the port alone before '76. I'm willing to bet most of his 70 wins at RW were before DIRT. That doesn't even take in to consideration all his wins before he came north, and all the other tracks he won at up here.

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 06:57 PM

I think it's impressive that Bob McCreadie still sits in 4th place and hasn't raced in years and started his winning career after Brett and Alan.


You sure about that? Seems I heard of Barefoot in the early 70's and didn't hear of Brett or AJ until the late 70's. But my memory is that of an old man ...

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 07:21 PM

Will here is the facts. And remember this is DIRT Big Block Modified wins

Bob McCreadie - Five Mile Point, 6/13/81

Alan Johnson - Rolling Wheels, 6/18/76

Danny Johnson - Canandaigua, 7/14/79

Brett Hearn - Lebanon Valley, 7/15/81
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Posted 30 August 2012 - 07:27 PM

In case you were wondering about small blocks

Bob McCreadie - Brockville, 6/1/84

Alan Johnson - Cayuga County, 9/8/85

Danny Johnson - Rolling Wheels, 9/6/87

Brett Hearn - Lebanon Valley, 9/7/85

Again this is DIRT Sanction small block modified wins. Brett Hearn had multiple 320 wins before 1980 at OCFS and a few other tracks..

Not sure when Bob got his first win at Can-Am but I'm sure it wasn't before 1980.
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Posted 30 August 2012 - 07:33 PM

I think it's impressive that Bob McCreadie still sits in 4th place and hasn't raced in years and started his winning career after Brett and Alan.



This is Weedsports all time top 5. McCreadie has the same amount of wins as DJ in 6 less seasons, and 1 more win than AJ in 9 less seasons. Bearfoot had a nice streak in the 80s where he won almost everything.

84 Will Cagle 8/15/71 - 6/22/86

64 Bob McCreadie 6/12/83 - 8/15/04

64 Danny Johnson 7/20/83 - 8/1/10

63 Alan Johnson 7/6/80 - 5/16/10

44 Jack Johnson 9/5/71 - 7/21/91

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 07:35 PM

I don't know when the other's started racing, but I know Bob started racing in 1971 and didnt get his first win till 1974.. But he didn't break out on the DIRT circuit untill the 80s. His win total is between 500 and 600 victories in his career.
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Posted 30 August 2012 - 08:54 PM

all these guys with wins in the multiple hundreds is just mind boggling! Most of us fans and even other drivers wont even attend that many races in our lives and these guys have them in wins! Absolutely amazing stuff... and to all those who keep saying that dirt modified racing is going to die any day now, I say no way - there is just too much history and too much passion for it to die.

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 09:07 PM

Barefoot was incredible. I'd love to see a head-to-head analysis of the races he and Brett were both in.

Niagara ... I agree 100% about the mind boggling numbers. Most drivers won't start 500 races in their careers.

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 09:10 PM

If Matt Shepard doesn't move on and stays in modified racing I think you will see his name with in the top 3 maybe even number 1 by the time his career is over.. though maybe not because I don't think DIRT will be around in 5 years.
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Posted 30 August 2012 - 09:42 PM

isnt it amazing for all you guys over 45 that its pretty much the same drivers year in year out that win?
how many years has it been now that alan/danny and hearn especially have been winning multiple (I mean multiple) features a year? tremont and decker not quite as long but close

where are all the up and coming stars? sure there are some guys on the rise like shepp mainly but 90% or more of the guys on this list have been at it for yrs but its really those names mentioned above that still do the winning

ps-too bad we didnt have a pre dirt win list to go by,Im sure many drivers have more wins not listed but guess we never "officially" will ever no will we. Being a canadian I think bicknell has been racing for 50 yrs now...lol and moore has a tone of wins at M and R (even humerstone) tracks thru the yrs too Im sure over a 100 easily

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Posted 30 August 2012 - 09:58 PM

I'm sure guys like Buzzy are waaay up on the win list.. since like Cagle he raced year around north/south/east/west.
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Posted 30 August 2012 - 10:52 PM

If Matt Shepard doesn't move on and stays in modified racing I think you will see his name with in the top 3 maybe even number 1 by the time his career is over..


I completely disagree. Guys don't win 40 or 45 or 48 races in a season anymore like what all the stars on that list had.

In addition, guys like McCreadie and the Johnson brothers built up those incredible numbers by running three nights with DIRT every weekend and a bunch of DIRT races during the week as well. Good luck trying to run a Friday, Saturday, Sunday DIRT big block schedule anymore.

The list is fine for what it is -- DIRT sanctioned wins. But it is nowhere close to being a be all and end all of career wins. That is why a guy like Fred Voorhees is such an asset to the sport. Fred spent hundreds of hours going through decades of trade papers to compile amazing stats for drivers such as Billy Pauch, Doug Hoffman, Jimmy Horton and Kenny Brightbill. In addition, Hearn's and McCreadie's win lists are pretty well documented as well.

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Posted 31 August 2012 - 12:20 AM

where are all the up and coming stars? sure there are some guys on the rise like shepp mainly but 90% or more of the guys on this list have been at it for yrs but its really those names mentioned above that still do the winning

ps-too bad we didnt have a pre dirt win list to go by,Im sure many drivers have more wins not listed but guess we never "officially" will ever no will we. Being a canadian I think bicknell has been racing for 50 yrs now...lol and moore has a tone of wins at M and R (even humerstone) tracks thru the yrs too Im sure over a 100 easily

The up and coming stars are still there. The cars are way more even now than they used to be. The competition is also a lot closer. There was a bigger gap between the have's and the have not's back in the 70's and 80's.

I'm not fond of the DIRT list because it's skewed. A lot of those top drivers only drove since DIRT was formed in '76. Others had many many wins before '76 at tracks that ended up being DIRT sanctioned. Unfortunately some tracks didn't keep good records back in the 50's, 60,s and 70's, so we'll never really know how many wins Cagle or Buzzie, or many other drivers really have.




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