Golden Egg Fall Nationals at Magnolia Motor Speedway

October 19, 2020 --- This past weekend T.J. Herndon and crew traveled to Magnolia Motor Speedway for the Golden Egg Fall Nationals. This would be the first race for the Dale’s Recycling CRUSA car since Herndon’s association with Victory Consulting by Chad Thrash. On Friday evening, Herndon qualified 2nd out of the 31 drivers on hand for the first night of the two day event. The Atwood Outlaw went on to win the second of four qualifiers which would place him on the outside front row of the main event alongside Shay Knight. Herndon wasted little time making his way to the point after taking the #1 Dale’s Recycling Special to the high lane. At the conclusion of night one it would be it would be the Atwood Outlaw first under the checkers. Following Herndon to the stripe would be Mississippi driver Shay Knight followed by Trey Bright, Justin McRee, T.K. King, Hayden Moran, Trevor Woodard, Johnny Stokes, Spencer Hughes with Will Burke rounding out the top ten.

On Saturday evening, Herndon qualified 4th during the hot lap time trials. Herndon once again went on to win his qualifier placing him on the outside of the second row to start the evenings main event. As the thirty laps wound down on the second night of the event, it would be Mississippi’s Spencer Hughes taking home the big check followed by the Atwood Outlaw for another great run and great weekend. Following Herndon to the stripe was Hayden Moran, Lee Ray, Trey Bright, Brian Rickman, T.K. King, Rodney Wing, Russ Gabbert with Alabama’s Bo Minor rounding out the top ten. For full results and all the latest news from this past weekend, check out the website at

7th Annual Big Buck 50 Presented by Whitetail Trophy Hunt

October 5, 2020 --- This past weekend T.J. Herndon, Dale Nelson and the Dale’s Recycling Race team traveled to Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Missouri to compete in the 7th Annual Big Buck 50. The Atwood Outlaw kicked the event off on a positive note by picking up the $500 fast time award out of the ninety drivers showing up on Thursday evening to qualify. The Dale’s Recycling team had a solid effort in qualifying with team owner Dale Nelson timing in 3rd and Peyton Taylor laying down the 4th quickest lap.

On Friday afternoon, both Herndon and Taylor won their qualifiers to lock into the main event on Saturday. Starting positions was determined later in the evening by a dash between the six qualifying feature winners. Dale Nelson also had an excellent run in his qualifier and was destined to win as well until bad luck and a cut down rear tire thwarted his advance and a ten car length lead over the second place car. In the winner’s dash, the track prep performed during intermission wasn’t compatible with Herndon’s set up at all. During the dash, Herndon lost traction and spun the car twice. In spite of going to the rear on two occasions Herndon still managed to finish 4th to start on the second row outside for the $10,000 to win while his teammate, Peyton Taylor, won the dash to start on the pole on Saturday evening.

On Saturday as the green flag waved over the main event, 26 drivers throttled up producing close, exciting racing throughout the field. The Atwood Outlaw wasted little time moving into the second position. In early cautions, Herndon chose to restart on the outside allowing Richie Tosh to get a half car length jump on the restarts and relegating him to third. On subsequent restarts, Herndon managed to keep Tosh at bay and laid sole claim on the 2nd position for the remainder of the race. As the checkers flew over the 7th Annual Big Buck 50, it would be Peyton Taylor taking the win and repeat as the only two-time winner of the event. Following Taylor to the stripe would be the Atwood Outlaw in his first visit to Lucas Oil Speedway while securing the top two spots for the Dale’s Recycling stable. Following Herndon would be David Hendrix, Richie Tosh, who would later be disqualified in post-race tech for illegal suspension parts. Closely behind Tosh was Kenny Carroll, Kris Lloyd, Tony Anglin, Clayton Campbell, James McMillen, Brian Worley with Derek Henson rounding out the top ten. For full results and all the latest news from this past weekend, check out the website at Also, the event will be aired on MAVTV in three episodes of the series (Lucas Oil Speedway Saturday Night Racing). They are episodes #8, #9 & #10 that are set to air in March of 2021.

Camden Speedway CRUSA Street Stock Series

September 28, 2020 --- This past week T.J. Herndon spent a few days in Mississippi at Victory Consulting working with Chad on some upgrades and getting a new body to replace the one that was destroyed in the final laps of the Southern Street Stock Nationals. In his only chance to shake the car down before the Golden Egg at Magnolia Speedway in a couple of weeks, Herndon left Meridian around 3:30 Saturday afternoon headed to Camden, TN to test in their weekly program. With the crew at the track awaiting the arrival of the car, T.J. rolled in as the Street Stock were already on the track for their heat race. Herndon and the crew unloaded in time to tag the rear of the Hobby heat and get some track time. Although he was considerably out gunned and on 8” tires, the Atwood Outlaw managed to finish 3rd while getting a read on the car for adjustments for the Street Stock Feature later in the evening. In the Street Stock main event, Herndon once again started last after missing the qualifier. As the race got underway, Herndon started a move toward the front of the abbreviated field. Herndon’s advance was thwarted for several laps as he tried to find a clean way around the second-place car as the leader opened the gap over them to a half straightaway. After the pass on the second-place car, the Atwood Outlaw quickly closed on the leader and started working on a pass as time was about to expire. Herndon made his move on the outside coming off turn four to the checked flag. Herndon pulled alongside of the #00 of Jimmy Nolen but Nolen edged him by a nose at the line for the win. Following Nolen to the stripe was T.J. Herndon, Justin Pugh, Austin Kinney with Parker Neblett being scored in the fifth position. For full results, the latest news and everything Camden Speedway log onto

25th Annual Schoenfeld Headers Mid-America Street Stock Championship

September 21, 2020 --- This past week T.J. Herndon, Dale Nelson and the Dale’s Recycling race team made their annual trek to Batesville Motor Speedway in Batesville, AR to participate in the Schoenfeld Headers Mid-America Street Stock Championship. In the qualifying portion of the event on Thursday night, Herndon timed in 3rd fastest overall with Nelson timing in 7th out of the 43 entrants on hand for qualifying. The fast cars would find themselves poised to make the big show from the rear of the field after fast qualifier, Richie Tosh, drew a #36 pill to invert the top 36 drivers.

On Friday evening, the Atwood Outlaw would take the win in the 4th qualifier from a sixth place start. Teammate Peyton Taylor would take the win in the 5th qualifier from a third place starting position. In the 6th qualifier, team owner Dale Nelson would be awarded the win from the fifth place starting position after race winner Richie Tosh was disqualified in post-race tech. At the conclusion of the night, all three of Dale’s Recycling’s drivers were qualified to participate in Saturday’s six car / six lap dash to establish the top six starting spots in the 25th Annual $10,000 to win event.

On Saturday evening, Herndon kicked off the night by winning the dash to lock up the pole starting spot with his car owner in tow to make it an all Dale’s Recycling front row. After driver introductions and the drop of the green, Herndon grabbed hold of the point and continued to maintain the lead in dominating fashion. After leading the first 30 laps it appeared that Herndon had all but cashed the check. With just 20 laps remaining, Herndon had lapped deep into the field and separated himself from the rest of the field when Tosh, who had gotten a track provisional and made his way from the rear into the 4th position, made contact with the 3rd place car of Kevin Salter bringing out a caution allowing the field to catch up with Herndon for a restart. During the caution, the 1x car of Chris Lloyd caught fire bringing out a red flag causing further delay. On the restart, Herndon held onto the lead for five more laps until the 11t of Richie Tosh slipped by on the bottom of the racetrack. Although Herndon’s mount became more difficult to turn after the red flag, he managed to hold on to the runner-up position for the remaining fifteen laps. As the checkers flew over the field, it would be Richie Tosh taking the $10,000 check and relegating the Atwood Outlaw to settle for $5,000. Following T.J. Herndon to the stripe would be Derek Brown, the N1 of Dale Nelson and the 01 of Peyton Taylor solidifying three of Dale’s Recycling’s cars with a top five finish. Close behind Taylor was Andy Morris, Jared Hays, Austin Vincent, Ty Evans with Waggoner rounding out the top ten. For full results, the latest news and everything Batesville Motor Speedway train your web browser to

Southern Street Stock Nationals (Follow Up)

August 25, 2020 --- After post-race inspections, tire samples were taken and sent to the lab on all Qualifier Feature Winners as well as the A-Main winner. All tire samples came back in conformance with the exception of Qualifier #4 winner Brandon Hill. The #22 of Hill is disqualified from the event and forfeits all money to be received. By virtue of Hills disqualification, T.J. Herndon is declared the winner of Qualifier #4 with Johnny Stokes finishing second.

8th Annual Southern Street Stock Nationals

August 17, 2020 --- This past week was Southern Street Stock Nationals week. T.J. Herndon and the Dale’s Recycling crew made their way to Whynot Motorsports Park in Meridian, MS for the practice night on Wednesday to shake the cars down for the week. With a race provisional on the line for the fastest lap not making the A-Main, the team had a very productive night. The Atwood Outlaw posted the 2nd fastest lap of the night among the 80 drivers in attendance with his team car of Dale Nelson laying down the 4th fastest lap.

On Thursday night, as qualifying got underway among the 117 cars from 12 different states, Herndon started the first qualifying feature occupying the 7th starting spot. On the first lap of the race, the leaders got together causing a crash which collected the #1 car of Herndon. Although the car appeared to have suffered little damage, on the restart, Herndon discovered steering damage that prevented him from being able to counter steer. As he entered turn one on the restart, he spun in front of the field and sustained damage that was night ending.

After working until 6:00 Friday morning to make repairs that would allow him to re-qualify, Herndon managed to qualify 4th for the first qualifying feature of the evening. As the laps wound down the Atwood Outlaw found himself in a side by side battle with hall of famer Johnny Stokes for the transfer spot into the A-Main on Saturday. With Stokes on the bottom of the racetrack and Herndon at the top on the cushion, Herndon managed to edge Dr. Dirt for the 2nd place position and transfer into the A-Main on Saturday with the top twelve starting positions to be determined by an eight lap dash later in the evening. At the pill draw for starting positions in the dash, the Atwood Outlaw drew a 12 to start shotgun on the field. At the conclusion of the dash, Herndon managed to advance to an 8th place finish relegating him to start the A-Main in the middle of the third row of the three wide start.

After driver introductions and the command to start your engines, The field of 36 cars and one provisional took the green flag for the 51 lap event. Herndon’s race strategy was to ride and try to stay out of trouble for the first thirty laps or so and start turning up the heat with twenty laps to go. After an early caution on lap five with a car on it’s side along with several cautions sprinkled throughout the night, the strategy seemed to be working as the Atwood Outlaw pulled the trigger with 20 laps remaining. Herndon’s car was good as he began to make a charge on the leaders. As the cars restarted following a caution with 16 laps remaining and Herndon occupying P-5 in the double Delaware restart, the #56 car of Bayhi got into the left rear quarter of the leader McRee and turned him sideways in front of the field. Unfortunately, Herndon had nowhere to go and was rammed from behind as most everyone was as the melee came to rest just past the flagstand on the front stretch. Herndon’s body was destroyed, fan was sawing the shroud but the only thing that appeared to keep him from returning was a flat left rear tire. After going pit side for a tire, Herndon returned to the track and assumed his place at the rear of the field. In the final sixteen laps, Herndon managed to limp from 15th to secure a 7th place finish in the 2020 Southern Street Stock Nationals. Taking the win would be David Showers followed to the stripe by Brooks Strength, Bo Minor, Ben Watkins, Trey Bright, David Williamson, T.J. Herndon, David Showers, Jr., Ricky Greene with Michael Stalnaker rounding out the top ten. For more information and rules about the Newsome Raceway Parts Crate Racin’ USA Street Stock Division, visit the series web site at To view the entire event from driver intros through the last lap of the A-Main, just click on the following link for your viewing pleasure.

JD Garrison Street Stock Memorial

August 10, 2020 --- This past Friday, T.J. Herndon and the Dale’s Recycling crew loaded up the #1 & #N1 Dale’s Recycling Super Stocks and headed out to Batesville Motor Speedway in Batesville, AR to contend for the $1,732 to win JD Garrison Street Stock Memorial. An unprecedented pill draw put T.J. on the outside pole of the first qualifier with his teammate unfortunately in the same heat. Herndon went on to take the win in his qualifier and after an inversion draw wound up forfeiting the pole to Richie Tosh while moving to the outside front row in the main event. As the main got underway, Herndon wasted little time seizing the point where he remained for 32 laps to take the honors and the $1,732.00 check. Following the Atwood Outlaw to the stripe would be Ty Evans, Kevin Salter, the #N1 of Dale Nelson, Austin Vincent, Tommy New, Tony Anglin, Richie Tosh, Whitney Nunally with Jimmy Cornell rounding out the top ten.

After getting home at daybreak on Saturday morning, the drivers and crews bedded down for some much needed rest before pulling to Camden Speedway in Camden, TN to shake down their CRUSA entries before the Southern Street Stock Nationals in Meridian, MS the following week. Herndon’s previous night’s luck at the pill draw was short lived as he drew near the back of the first qualifier. Herndon’s ride was far from a contender in hotlaps but the crew continued to work on the car as the night progressed and the major changes that they had made the previous week became more and more acceptable as the night went on. Herndon managed to push the #1 Dale’s Recycling Special to a second-place finish in the heat while locking in a 3rd place starting for the nightly feature. As the green dropped on the main event, Herndon immediately knew that he had made the right adjustments and had himself a rocketship. As the field sorted out, Herndon shadowed the #00 of Jimmy Nolen waiting for him to make a mistake and open a lane on the bottom. After several laps of Nolen flawlessly protecting the bottom, Herndon stepped out a lane up and made the pass for the lead off turn two. Once the Atwood Outlaw hit clean air, he checked out on the field in a long green flag run while taking the win by a straightaway over the #00 of Nolen. Following Nolen to the stripe was Justin Pugh, Jason Maurer, Wyatt Hill, Dale Nelson, Krista Travis, Colby Brandon, Brian Vandygriff with the 23V of David Vandygriff rounding out the top ten. For a complete rundown of the weekend’s results, log onto or

Cherokee Speedway Street Stock Showdown

July 20, 2020 --- This past Thursday morning, T.J. Herndon and the Dale’s Recycling crew loaded up the #1 Dale’s Recycling Special and headed east to Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, SC to compete in the 2nd Annual CRATEINSIDER.COM / CRUSA Street stock Showdown paying $5,000 to win. Upon arrival Thursday afternoon for the practice session, Herndon discovered a problem with the car which seemed to be robbing the engine of torque as he throttled up through the turns. Several remedies were tried throughout the evening to no avail.

On Friday, the crew worked on the car all day in efforts to find the problem before qualifying that was to take place later that evening. Herndon qualified 4th fastest in group 2 and was running 4th in the final transfer spot with one lap remaining in his heat when he hung a rut and spun the car forcing him to restart on the rear. Herndon managed to make it to a 6th place finish on the final lap but would have to return Saturday for a B-Main to qualify for Saturday night’s big show. After speaking with the engine builder and working late into the night on Friday, the crew found there to be moisture in the fuel which was most assuredly the culprit that robbed the engine of much needed power. After remedying the moisture problem and starting 3rd in the second B-Main, Herndon wasted little time taking the point and the win all while laying down the fastest lap of the weekend of 18.515 which eclipsed the official track record of 18.588 set by Jesse Rockett during qualifying on Friday evening.

In the 40 lap main event slated to start three wide, the Atwood Outlaw would start in the 6th row outside occupying the 18th position. At the drop of the green, the number one machine made major moves toward the front seemingly passing cars at will on the bottom. By lap 4, Herndon was passing the seventh place car on the bottom for position when a car appeared to get into the rear of the #9 car turning him down the track and smoking the right front suspension of Herndon causing him to spin. After the contact and spin, Herndon was forced to restart in the rear and tried to make the best of the broken right front suspension causing the tire to constantly bounce. After fighting the car until midway of the race and yet another spin, Herndon elected to exit the track before he caused more damage to the car that he planned to carry to the Southern Street Stock Nationals. At the conclusion of the race, the 2020 Champion of the Cherokee Street Stock Showdown would be the #18 of Ricky Green followed to the stripe by Tyler Love, Damon Crump, Jesse Rockett, Race McMahon, Ben Watkins, Hank Taylor, Blake Pryor, Dalton Peavy with Tuck Trentham rounding out the top ten. Herndon’s DNF was eventually scored as 23rd in the official standings. For a complete rundown of the results, log onto You may also click on the following links for your viewing pleasure of the B-Mains and the Feature event from the Cherokee Street Stock Showdown.

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Camden Speedway Double Header

July 13, 2020 --- This past Saturday afternoon, T.J. Herndon and crew loaded up the #1 Dale’s Recycling Special and struck out to Camden, TN to compete in both the CRUSA street stock event as well as the Quicksilver Street Stock Performance Series event. With Camden Speedway not having a timing system, the qualifiers were lined up by pill draw. In the CRUSA heat, Herndon found himself starting last of the eight cars on hand for the night. Herndon managed to work his way into second at the conclusion of the qualifier slating him to start the feature occupying the outside of the front row. In the second of three Quicksilver qualifiers, Herndon would fire the #1 machine from the third position behind the current points leader and three time series winner Tony Cruse. As the second Quicksilver qualifier concluded, the Atwood Outlaw managed to secure the win allowing him to start the Quicksilver main event of the evening from outside of the front row as well.

In the CRUSA feature event, Herndon wasted little time taking the point from pole sitter David Gentry and maintained control for the remainder of the race while taking the win. Following the Atwood Outlaw under the checkers were Justin Pugh, Gary Tucker, Michael Blade, Jeran Hudson, Tammy McClaren with David Gentry retiring early.

With seventeen drivers on hand to start the Quicksilver Street Stock Performance Series main event, Herndon would once again start from the outside pole position alongside of pole sitter David Gentry. In Act two of the evening, Herndon once again took and maintained an iron grip on the lead throughout several restarts with points leader Tony Cruse giving chase. As the checkered flag flew over the field, Herndon would finally be able to overcome the advantages of the series engine package and put the Dale’s Recycling Special powered by a Yeoman’s Racing Engine topped with a Custom Carb by Russell Kilbreath in victory lane for the second time of the evening. Following the Atwood Outlaw to the stripe would be Tony Cruse, Keaton Downing, Cody Hodges, Charles Zimmerman, Gary Tucker, Justin McDaniel, Floyd Clinard, Jr, Mat Hartman with Dover, Tennessee’s Joseph Hamm rounding out the top ten. For a complete rundown of the results, log onto

Quicksilver Thursday Night Thunder

July 6, 2020 --- This past Thursday, T.J. Herndon and crew made their way to Clarksville Speedway in Clarksville, TN to compete in the Quicksilver Series’ Thursday Night Thunder event. After qualifying 2nd overall out of the 27 cars in attendance, Herndon was slated to start on the pole of the second qualifying heat of the evening. Unfortunately for some of the drivers that had problems in qualifying, an electrical transformer problem at the track forced series officials to line up the feature event by qualifying times in the interest of saving time. As the feature event got underway on a hooked-up track surface, Herndon knew that his only chance was to clear the pole sitter and get back to the bottom. He was able to run alongside the pole sitter for a couple of laps even pulling ahead momentarily but was never good enough to clear the dominant bottom line. Throughout the 30-lap feature, restart after restart, the leader would check out on cruise control as the Atwood Outlaw ran every lap with all he had. By not running the Quicksilver engine this year, Herndon knew he would be at a slight disadvantage but figured his package would still be competitive.

The Atwood Outlaw can still lay down a good qualifying lap when he can run his own line unimpeded but giving up 20 cubic inches, adding 200 lbs. and running a two barrel against the four barrels on a hooked up racetrack have proven to be too much to overcome in race trim. Herndon moved to the cushion midway through the race in efforts to gain momentum allowing the third place car to slip by on the bottom. The #1 UpFront Performance Special backed off the cushion and comfortably maintained his position for the remainder of the race. At the drop of the checkered flag, it would be the #7 of Tony Cruse easily taking his third win of the season followed to the stripe by Cody Hodges, T.J. Herndon, Charles Zimmerman, Brian Markham, Doug Belew, Josh Hartman, Todd Riley, Justin McDaniel with the #33 of Michael Hendrickson rounding out the top ten. For the latest news and complete results from the Quicksilver Series just train your browser to

Clash at the Mag Weekend

June 22, 2020 --- This past weekend, the Atwood Outlaw traveled South to Columbus, MS to book a couple of top five finishes in the General Tire “Clash at the MAG”. On Friday, Herndon timed in 6th overall out of the forty cars on hand for the night. After finishing 2nd in his qualifier, Herndon would roll to the green in the feature occupying the third row outside position. At the conclusion of Friday night’s feature event, the first to the stripe would be the #41m of Hayden Moran followed by Chad Winkles, Chad Thrash, T.J. Herndon, Shay Knight, Lee Ray, Jamie Sudduth, Bo Minor, Rodney Wing with Dewayne Estes rounding out the top ten.

On Saturday, the Atwood Outlaw once again timed in 6th overall out of the forty-one cars in attendance. Herndon managed to pull off a win in his qualifier and put the Dale’s Recycling Special on the outside front row for the start of the feature. At the start of Saturday night’s feature, Herndon’s adjustments throughout the weekend proved to continue to make the new car better although it was still a tick off where he wanted to be. As the feature unfolded, the 100 lap Late Model race ran earlier had the track locked down on the bottom. Each time a driver tried to move up a lane, more often than not, he would forfeit positions until he could get back to the bottom lane. As the checkers waved over the field, Chad Thrash would prove to be the class of the field. Following Chad to the stripe would be Carl Kilgore, Johnny Stokes, T.J. Herndon, Heath Minor, Hunter Holloway, Shay Knight, Matt Byrum, Rodney Wing with Bo Minor closing out the night in the 10th spot. Complete results from the weekend can be found by clicking on

AFCO / Allgood Racing Street Stock Classic

June 15, 2020 --- This past weekend, the Atwood Outlaw accompanied his teammate Dale Nelson in Batesville, Arkansas to breakout the super stock car for it’s first race. While Nelson’s ride was on kill all weekend, Herndon’s car not so much. On Friday night, a terrible pill draw and an ill-handling racecar resulted in lack luster finish in the qualifier which destined the #1 to roll to the green in the main event occupying the 16th position. In the following 30 laps, Herndon’s changes proved to provide some improvement as he advanced from 16th to finish 6th although the car still clearly failed to turn properly. Winning Friday night’s $1,500 to win main event would be Herndon’s teammate / car owner Dale Nelson in the Dale’s Recycling TJR #N1. Following Nelson to the stripe would be Richie Tosh, Kris Lloyd, Whitney Nunally, Peyton Taylor, T.J. Herndon, Chuck Knight, Kevin Salter, Austin Vincent with Jared Hays rounding out the top ten.

On Saturday night, The Atwood Outlaw tapped his son Drake to handle the pill draw which resulted in a much better outcome. The crew’s changes produced minor improvements, but Herndon continued to have to man handle the car to get it to turn through the corners. A decent finish in the qualifier along with an inversion put the #1 Dale’s Recycling special on the pole for Saturday’s $1,500 to win main event. The Atwood Outlaw continued to struggle to get the car to turn but managed to hang on to carve out a solid top five finish. As the checkered flag waved over the finish of the second 30 lap feature of the weekend. Dale Nelson and Richie Tosh would trade spots from the previous night with Tosh taking home the $1,500 on Saturday. Coming in second would be Dale Nelson followed by Kevin Salter and T.J. Herndon. Complete results from the weekend can be found by clicking on This coming weekend, the Dale’s Recycling team will be splitting up and headed in different directions with the #N1 team headed to TNR in Hohenwald, TN and the #1 team headed to Columbus, MS for the Clash at the MAG.

Quicksilver Corona Special

June 8, 2020 --- This past Saturday evening, the Atwood Outlaw and crew made their way to Clarksville Speedway in Clarksville, TN for the Quicksilver Street Stock Series $1,500 to win Carona Payout. In qualifying, Herndon circled the hooked-up clay oval at 14.925 which was .029 of a second off fast time earning him the pole starting spot in the second qualifying heat. Despite being significantly down on rpms with all the gear he had with him, Herndon managed to take the win in the qualifier and lock up outside the front row to start the main event. As the green fell on the start of the feature, the #7 of Tony Cruse lunged into the lead as T.J. fell in line occupying the second spot. Unfortunately, on lap two, the right front upper shock mount broke off leaving the Dale’s Recycling Special to limp through the corners without a right front shock. Herndon had fell back to the 4th position and was poised to finish with a solid top five but once again the full moon came into play.

Race officials had been allowing drivers to jump the start all night which eventually culminated in several damaged race cars. On a mid-race restart, the second-place driver jumped the start which resulted in turning the leader in front of the entire field. Herndon who was restarting 4th at the time was hard on the binders in efforts to stay off of the leaders that were turned sideways in front of him but was nailed by the car behind him shoving him hard into the melee. After some attention pit side, the #1 returned to the rear of the field for yet another re-start. After a few laps, Herndon opted to pull off the track and save any further damage to the car resulting in a DNF scored as a 12th place finish. Taking the win as well as the $1,500 check at the conclusion of the race would be Charles Zimmerman. Following Zimmerman to the stripe was Floyd Clinard, Joe Hamm, Tim Wilson, Justin McDaniel, Brian Markham, Tony Cruse, Ronnie Hedgepath, Carl Powers with Chris Shelton rounding out the top ten. For complete results from this past weekend, just click on

2020 Season Double Header Kick-Off

June 1, 2020 --- This past weekend, T.J. and crew made the short pull to Camden Motor Speedway in Camden, TN for his first appearance in the 2020 season. Herndon brought along both his UpFront Performance entry as well as his Dale’s Recycling Special to compete in both the CRUSA street stock class and the Quicksilver street stock sanction. With the facility lacking the equipment to qualify, pill draws in the 80’s positioned the Atwood Outlaw deep in the field to start the qualifiers. After winning the second qualifier of the CRUSA event, Herndon rolled to the green in the feature occupying the outside front row. The Outlaw wasted little time muscling the Dale’s Recycling Special to the point and opened up a comfortable lead which he would maintain throughout the contest before taking his first win of the 2020 season. Following the “Atwood Outlaw” to the stripe would be the #01 of Colby Brandon, Hunter Runions, Allen Carter, Dale Nelson, Dakota Berry, Jason Maurer, Justin Pugh, Hayden Moran with Princeton Kentucky’s Brian Markham rounding out the top ten.

After finishing 2nd in the fourth heat of the Quicksilver sanction, the reigning 2019 champion took the green flag of the main event from the 8th starting spot. Midway through the 25 lap event, Herndon had managed to move up to the third position where he would remain for the remainder of the event. Several late race cautions provided the “Atwood Outlaw” opportunities to make a run at the leaders but Herndon lacked the car to get it done on this occasion. As the checkers waived over the field, it would be the #7 of Tony Cruse taking the top spot with fellow Kentuckian Keaton Downing taking the 2nd spot. Finishing in 3rd & 4th respectively would be the Dale’s Recycling team cars of T.J. Herndon and Dale Nelson. Following Nelson to the stripe was Todd Riley, Charles Zimmerman, Floyd Clinard, Jr., Bubba Vandygriff, David Vandygriff with the #00 of Jimmy Nolen rounding out the top ten. For complete results from this past weekend, just train your browser to the following link:

With Herndon’s 2020 season finally getting kicked off in earnest, he and the crew plan to travel to Clarksville Speedway this weekend to once again compete in the Quicksilver Street Stock sanction before traveling to Batesville, AR, Columbus MS and Plymouth, IN in the upcoming weeks.


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