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November 21, 2020 - With his 2020 campaign in the books, the 32-year-old stood on the podium a total of nine times this season, recorded 13 Top-5 finishes, and 19 Top-10 performances.

“When you run good, you have more friends that call and text you and sponsors. It just makes everybody that much better,” Moyer said. “My wife is happy. It just makes (it better) to go into the offseason with momentum. When you have momentum and you have your sponsors and your people with you, it just makes January that much cheerier.”

Billy Moyer Jr. now shifts his focus to the start of the 2021 season, where he’ll return to the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series. The tour’s 2021 campaign kicks off on January 22 at Golden Isles Speedway near Brunswick, Ga.

For a complete Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series schedule, please visit www.LucasDirt.com.

November 21, 2020 - Billy Moyer Jr. put a wrap on his 2020 campaign Saturday night at Senoia Raceway.

Continuing a late-season surge, Moyer Jr. drove his Nutrien Ag Solutions No. 21 Hass Horizontal/ Mesilla Valley Transportation/ Capital Race Car/ Clements Racing Engines Super Late Model to his third straight podium performance.

On Saturday afternoon Billy Moyer Jr. invaded Senoia (Ga.) Raceway to make his first career start at the 3/8-mile oval in the 6th Annual Billy Clanton Classic. Drawing 33 Schaeffer’s Fall Nationals entries, Billy followed up the third fastest time in his qualifying group with a runner-up finish in his heat behind Shane Clanton.

Starting the $10,000-to-win A-Main in fifth, Moyer Jr. charged into a podium spot early and overtook Shane Clanton for second on lap 27. Surrendering the second spot six laps later, Billy Moyer Jr. went on to finish third behind Chris Madden and Mike Marlar with Ashton Winger and Michael Page rounding out the Top-5.

“That long green flag run there when we got by Shane and got to second, I think we were coming to Chris a little bit, but passing him’s two different things,” said Moyer, who made the trip to Senoia to race close to his chassis builder Marshall Green’s Capital Race Cars shop in Woodstock, Ga. “I chose the wrong line on that restart because I thought the first time I kind of messed up.”

“But all in all, first time here and this Capital Race Car’s real good. I look forward to coming back.”

For more results from this event, please visit www.SouthernNationalsSeries.com.

November 14, 2020 - Billy Moyer Jr. drove his Nutrien Ag Solutions No. 21 Hass Horizontal/ Mesilla Valley Transportation/ Capital Race Car/ Clements Racing Engines Super Late Model to a pair of podium finishes over the weekend.

Friday night found Billy Moyer Jr. in action at Magnolia Motor Speedway in Columbus, Miss. for the opening round of the Magnolia State Cotton Pickin’ 100. Drawing 34 cars, Moyer Jr. followed up the third fastest time in his qualifying group with a 10-lap heat race victory.

Starting on the pole for the opening night feature, Billy shot out to an early race lead until a pair of cautions slowed his momentum. Trying to keep a charging Tim McCreadie at bay as he battled through lapped-traffic, Moyer Jr. surrendered the top spot near the halfway point. Holding off Mike Marlar late, Billy Moyer Jr. notched a runner-up finish behind McCreadie with Marlar, Chris Madden, and Spencer Hughes rounding out the Top-5. (Robert Holman photo | DirtonDirt.com)

“I didn’t have nothing for him,” said Moyer. “The start, I seen the strip down there. I could get the jump. I figured I’d get the jump as long as I didn’t buzz the tire because the front straightaway had a lot of grip down low. I was just trying to be wide without trying to wreck him to. That guy doesn’t get enough credit for all the races he’s won and the different types of sports. (Kyle) Larson’s a heck of a driver, but that guy right there doesn’t get near enough credit for the versatility he is.”

“He doesn’t run nobody over, so I didn’t want to put him in a yuke tire or nothing like that, so I was just trying to be wide. Then once he got by me, I don’t even know where he went. I couldn’t see him and I knew Marlar was probably on me. He’s a friend of mine too and I knew he wasn’t gonna rough you up. I just tried to not miss that bottom and go from there.”

The following night, Billy came in eighth fastest in his qualifying group before placing third in his heat race. Starting the $15,000-to-win A-Main in 12th, Moyer Jr. advanced through the field nine spots in the 70-lapper to register a third-place finish behind Chris Madden and Tim McCreadie. Chris Ferguson and Tyler Erb completed the Top-5 finishers.

“If I could’ve started up front, I might have had a shot to at least try (to race with Madden),” said Moyer. “I’m dang sure not gonna say I had something for ‘em. If I could have started in the first three rows, maybe won a heat, I might have could’ve got up there and at least diced a little, but I don’t think I’m on them guys’ level. At the end we weren’t bad.”

For more results from these events, please visit www.MagnoliaDirt.com.