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1April 26th, 2014 - Jr. Motorsports continued their stellar weekend on Saturday night as Billy raced to the $10,000 payday in the inaugural Bluegrass Nationals at Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway (Calvert City, Kentucky). Josh James Artwork Photo

Twenty-seven entries took part in the event, and after winning his heat race Moyer Jr. earned the outside-front-row starting spot alongside Kent Robinson for the feature. Billy battled past Robinson as the race went green to grab the lead. He went on to lead all 40 laps to score the second $10,000 victory of his young career.

“This Moyer Xtreme by Longhorn is the best thing I ever sat in,” Moyer said of his winning ride. “I just can’t say enough about Kevin Rumley and that entire Labonte (Longhorn) crew there and my dad and all them guys back at the shop. We definitely got a strong hot rod and they’re gonna have to contend with us this year." He concluded by saying, “It’s fun to be up front, especially after we struggled so much last year.”

Robinson, Kent Robinson, Randy Korte, Michael Kloos, and Tanner English rounded out the top five finishers.

Full results from the event are available at www.KLMSLLC.com.

1April 25th, 2014 - Billy Moyer Jr. has flirted with victory lane several times early in the 2014 season, but only had one triumph to show for his efforts. That all changed on Friday night at Camden Speedway (Camden, Tennessee) as he went into battle with the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil.

2009 CCSDS Champion, Moyer Jr. from Batesville, Arkansas won his heat race from the third starting spot to earn the New Vision Graphics Pole Award for the 35 lap, $2,000-to-win affair.  Eric Hickerson joined Moyer Jr. on the front row for the main event.

Moyer Jr. jumped to the lead at the drop of the green flag, while Hickerson found himself trying to keep Jack Sullivan at bay for the runner-up spot.  Sullivan would ultimately work his way past Hickerson as he set his sights on Moyer Jr.  The Greenbrier, Arkansas driver, was able to pressure the leader on multiple occasions, but would ultimately fall short of overtaking Moyer Jr. as he led ever lap of the caution free event to score the win.  Sullivan, Hickerson, Kyle Beard, and Clay Fisher rounded out the top five finishers.

The victory was the twelfth of Billy Moyer Jr.’s career in CCSDS competition, and puts him second on the all-time win list for the series.

Full results from the event are available at www.COMPDirt.com.

1April 19th, 2014 - After a short week Billy jumped back into competition with the National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) Super Late Models on Friday and Saturday with the inaugural King of Mississippi, which was contested at Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi).

The weekend began on Friday evening with a stellar field of 49 Super Late Models setting their sights on a $7,500-top prize. With a strong qualifying effort Billy earned the second starting spot for his heat race, and raced to the victory, which sent him to the redraw for the main event. The redraw presented Billy with the second starting spot for the 60 lap main event, where he joined his dad on the front row. The drop of the green flag found Moyer Jr. taking control of the lead, and he maintained the top spot for the first ten laps as he circled the high side of the slick oval. However, on lap 11 Chris Wall shot past on the low side to grab the lead. Over the remainder of the event Moyer Jr. raced in the top five before crossing the finish line in the fourth position behind race winner, Wall, Don O'Neal, and Steve Francis.

Saturday night's purse was increased to $12,500-to-win, and Moyer Jr., along with 45 additional competitors returned for action. A 3rd place finish in his heat race sent Billy to the featue with the 9th starting spot. He found himself racing just outside the top ten for the majority of the event before crossing the finish line in the twelfth position.

Full results from the weekend at Magnolia Motor Speedway are available at www.TheNDRL.com.

April 13th, 2014 - It was an ultra-busy weekend for Billy Moyer Jr. as National Dirt Racing League (NDRL) Super Late Model competition took he and Jr. Motorsports to the northeast for a triple header weekend of action.

The weekend opened on Thursday night at Pittsburgh's Pennsylvania Motor Speedway (Imperial, Pennsylvania) with the PENNational 50, which posted a $10,000 top prize. Forty-one entries took part in the $10,000-to-win event, and a fourth place finish in his heat race transferred Billy to the feature in the 14th starting spot. He would race around mid-pack throughout the 50 lap feature before finishing 12th.

After seeing Friday night's scheduled event at Winchester Speedway (Winchester, Virginia) delayed to Sunday by Mother Nature, Billy next returned to action on Saturday evening at Virginia Motor Speedway (Jamaica, Virginia) in the $20,000-to-win, Aaron's King of the Commonwealth. Billy Moyer Jr. started his night by winning his heat race, and then drew the pole starting spot for the finale. He grabbed the lead at the drop of the green flag and led the way until lap 17, when Jonathan Davenport slipped past for the lead. Moyer Jr. ran in the top five for much of the event before ultimately crossing the finish line in the sixth position.

The weekend drew to a close on Sunday evening with the Gunter's Honey 50 at Winchester Speedway (Winchester, Virginia), where a $10,000 top prize was posted. A fourth to second place run in his heat race positioned Moyer Jr. starting sixth in the feature. Billy raced in the top ten for the duration of the feature before registering an 8th place finish.

Full results from the event are available at www.TheNDRL.com.

1April 5th, 2014 - Billy Moyer Jr. set out to participate in a tripleheader weekend with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS), but Mother Nature reduced it to a single event on Saturday night at Ark-La-Tex Speedway (Vivian, Louisiana).

A stout field of 50 entries entered the event, and Moyer Jr. battled the handle throughout the night before falling short of qualifying for the feature. He would receive a series provisional to start the feature on the tail, and after not making up much ground early in the event retired to a 24th place finish.

Full results from the event are available at www.LucasDirt.com.