Sargeant Fourth at 5 Flags & Wauters 12th in Mt. Dew Kickstart 100

rw daltonDalton Sargeant posted a fourth place finish at 5 Flags Speedway Friday night in the Southern Super Series race.  Sargeant qualified fifth for the Mt. Dew Kickstart 100 on the famed Pensacola, FLA track but the car became too free at the end of the event not allowing the driving shoe a shot at the win.

Spencer Wauters started and finished in the 12th place position on the 1/2 mile paved oval track after tight conditions during the race.

Next up for the Wauters Motorsports super late model team is Modordrome Speedway May 8, 2015 in Smithtown, PA.

Be sure to follow Wauters Motorsports and Dalton Sargeant on Facebook and Twitter @WautersMotors5 and @DaltonSargeant.


Dalton Sargeant Returns to Five Flag Speedway with Spencer Wauters for Southern Super Series Race

Dalton inst 1PENSACOLA, FL (April 24, 2015)-Dalton Sargeant will return to Five Flags Speedway for the first time since the Snowball Derby to pilot the No. 5S Southern Super Series late model Friday, April 24, 2015.  Sargeant comes off a seventh place finish in the Denny Hamlin Short Track Showdown at South Boston Speedway Thursday night.

spencer 2Spencer Wauters will pilot the No. 5W in the Super Late Model Blizzard on the ½ mile Pensacola paved oval track.

Speed 51 will have live coverage of the Super Late Model Blizzard from Five Flags Speedway.

Be sure to follow Wauters Motorsports and Dalton Sargeant on Facebook and Twitter @WautersMotors5, @DaltonSargeant.

Gallaher Eighth at Nashville Fairground Speedway with Wauters 21st after Late Race Incident

Gallaher: Start 23rd – Finished 8th

Wauters: Start 14th – Finished 21st

Nashville, TN (April 13, 2015)-Will Gallaher posted an eighth place finish in the Federated Car Care 100 Southern Super Series race Saturday after starting in the 23rd place position at Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway piloting the No. 5W super late model.

Spencer Wauters, son of owner Richie Wauters, posted a 21st place finish after a right front tire went down while running in the ninth place position.

“I have to thank everyone at Wauters Motorsports for the good run in Nashville,” Will Gallaher said.  “To go from 23rd to eighth is a giant boost for me and this program.  I had some trouble in qualifying but learned what not to do – that way next time we will have a better starting spot.”

“We had a rough night at Nashville,” Spencer Wauters said. “We had a decent qualifying run starting 14th and made it up to 8th or 9th when a right front went down.  We had to come in and changed it with just 20 to go.  We got back after it but were in the back and were pushed into a wreck ending our night.”

Will Gallaher and Spencer Wauters Head to Music City for the Federated Car Care 100 Southern Super Series Race

IMG_1139Nashville, TN (April 9, 2015)-Wauters Motorsports Southern Super Series drivers Will Gallaher and Spencer Wauters head to Nashville, TN looking for their first win in Federated Car Care 100 super late model race Saturday, April 11, 2015.

Gallaher will pilot the No. 5G with Wauters piloting the No. 5S for Dalton Sargeant, as he competes in another event in California, on the .596-mile 18 degree banked paved oval.

DSCN1721The Southern Super Series Federated Car Care 100 will be part of a double header, at the famed Nashville track, with the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards.

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