Rain Ruins Rattler 250 for Gallaher

‘South Alabama Speedway race rescheduled for March 22, 2014′






Spencer Wauters & Will Gallaher Enter Rattler 250 Super Late Model Event at South Alabama Speedway

‘Wauters Motorsports Drivers Make First Start in the 38th Annual Rattler 250’

Wauters Motorsports Super Late Model teams will take to the South Alabama Speedway for the running of the 38th-annual Rattler 250 Sunday in the Southern Super Series.

Spencer Wauters, son of NASCAR team owner Richie Wauters, comes off a fifth-place finish in the Super Late Model race at Dillon Speedway last week, with his teammate Will Gallaher posting an 11th-place finish in his first start with Wauters Motorsports.

Spencer Twitter pic“We had a decent run last weekend at Dillon,” Spencer Wauters said.  “We were running second all night until the restart where I got into the weeper spot on the track, spun my tires and finished fifth.  I’ve never been to South Alabama Speedway but I’m looking forward to racing in the famous Rattler 250.  Will (Gallaher) and I will work together, compare notes and hopefully bring home a solid finish Sunday.”

IMG_1265 - Copy“I’m excited to get back into the car again this week,” Will Gallaher said. We had a decent run last week and we just need to keep improving each race we are in.  Everyone on this Wauters Motorsports team worked hard to get the car ready for this race and I’m looking forward to running in the Rattler 250.  Every track we will race on this season is one I haven’t been on before, so it will definitely be great learning experiences for me.”

The 38th-annual Rattler 250 at South Alabama Speedway is slated for Sunday, March 16, 2014 at 2:00pm.  Super Late Model practice begins Friday at 11:00 on the 4/10 mile asphalt oval with qualifying on Saturday at 3:00pm.  For more information on the Rattler 250 visit www.SouthAlabamaSpeedway.com, www.Speed51.com .

Follow the team on Twitter @WautersMotors5, @SpencerWauters and @Will_Gallaher.  Facebook: Wauters Motorsports.


Spencer Wauters Matches Best Finish of Fifth at Dillon Speedway Saturday

‘Will Gallaher posts 11th-Place Finish in First Super Late Model Race with Wauters Motorsports’

Spencer Twitter picSpencer Wauters posted a fifth-place finish in the running of the South Carolina Clash 150 at Dillon Motorsports Park Saturday. His teammate Will Gallaher scored an 11th-place finish in his first Super Late Model race with Wauters Motorsports.

Wauters wheeled the No. 5w in the ninth-place position on the starting grid for the 150-lap race on the Dillon, South Carolina track but was moved to the point position after the redraw inversion of the top-10 qualifiers.  Gallaher placed the No. 5 Super Late Model car in the 16th-place for the start of the PASS South event.

“I really was looking for the win at Dillon.  We ran second the entire race,” Spencer Wauters said. “The track had been weeping up off turn four in the second groove from the rain on Friday.  That weeping caused me to spin the tires all the way down the front stretch on a green white checkered and lost a couple spots ended up fifth.”

IMG_1229“I was hoping for a top-10 for these Wauters Motorsports guys in my first late model race with them,” Will Gallaher said.  “We’ll take the 11th-place finish and I’ll keep working on getting better and hopefully get a better finish at the Rattler 250 next weekend.”

Wauters Motorsports Super Late Model team will head to the 38th Annual Rattler 250 at South Alabama Speedway as part of the Southern Super Series presented by Sunoco March 14-16, 2014.

Follow the team and drivers on Twitter: @WautersMotors5, @SpencerWauters and @Will_Gallaher.


Spencer Wauters and Will Gallaher to Race in PASS South Event at Dillon Motor Speedway Saturday

‘Gallaher to make Super Late Model Debut with Wauters Motorsports in South Carolina Clash 150’

DSCN1721Spencer Wauters, son of NASCAR team owner Richie Wauters, and Will Gallaher are set to compete in the running of the South Carolina Clash 150 at Dillon Motorsports Park Saturday, March 8, 2014.

The young Wauters will make his return to the 4/10 mile asphalt oval in Dillon, South Carolina where he posted three top-five finishes in five starts on the famed dirt track turned asphalt in 2007.

Will_Gallaher cropGallaher, who recently joined Wauters Motorsports Driver Development program, has one prior UARA Series start at the track and will make his debut in the Super Late Model Series driving the No. 5.

2007 Champion Hooters Pro Cup Series Bobby Gill and his former crew chief Steve “Duze” Dluzniewski will call the race for Spencer Wauters.  Team owner and winning NASCAR crew chief Richie Wauters will guide Will Gallaher in his first Super Late Model start Saturday.

Spencer & Richie“With the break in the Truck Series schedule gave us the opportunity to get both Spencer and Will on the track,” owner Richie Wauters said.  “Spencer has a lot of experience at Dillon and it should help Will having them run as teammates.  Spencer has done well here – posting three top-five finishes…hopefully this weekend he’ll bring home the win.”

Action at Dillon Motor Speedway starts Saturday, March 8, 2014 with practice beginning at 11:00am and race action beginning at 6:00pm.  Full event coverage will be on SPEED51.com and DillonMotorSpeedway.com.

For more information on Spencer Wauters and Will Gallaher visit www.WautersMotorsports.com, Twitter: @WautersMotors5, @SpencerWauters and @Will_Gallaher.



Will Gallaher Joins Wauters Motorsports Driver Development Program

California Driver Set to Run Southern Super Series with Wauters in 2014’

Wauters Motorsports announced today that Will Gallaher will join Wauters Motorsports driver development program.  Gallaher, a California native, will drive for Wauters in the Southern Super Late Model Series in 2014.

Will croppedGallaher at age 18 began racing in F-1600 Formula Cars competing at tracks along the West Coast. He then moved into the United Auto Racing Association (UARA) Series, as well as, making three starts in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards.

“This is a great opportunity to work with a veteran late model owner and crew chief,” Will Gallaher said.  “Richie Wauters has a great reputation in both the short track series as well as in the NASCAR ranks.  Racing with his team will allow me to build the framework needed to move into the NASCAR touring series- which is my goal.  I’m looking forward to getting some testing under our belts and heading to the first race.”

Wauters Motorsports will focus on bringing Gallaher up through the Super Late Model racing series and then into the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series.

“We are really excited about having Will (Gallaher) join the driver development program we have here at Wauters Motorsports,” Richie Wauters said.  “Will has a lot of potential and we will be running him, my son Spencer and John Wes Townley all through the year in the late model series to give them seat time and Will more experience in these types of cars.

Will Gallaher is slated to make his first start later this spring in the Southern Super Late Model Series.

For more information on Wauters Motorsports visit www.WautersMotorsports.com.  Be sure to follow Wauters Motorsports on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @WautersMotors5 and Will Gallaher on Twitter @Will_Gallaher.