HECKENAST RACING DEBUTS NEW WEBSITE; READY FOR 2017!
(December 30, 2016) Welcome to the brand-new www.FrankJr99.com! Launched today by Delph Communications, Inc., the new website has all of the same great information and features as the old site, but with a fresh, new look. Frank Heckenast, Jr. and his Heckenast Racing team are enjoying the holidays, but have their focus set on the upcoming 2017 racing season, which is set to kick off for them during the annual 'Super Bowl of Racing' at Golden Isles (GA) Speedway on February 10-11. The #99jr team will once again follow the entire World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series tour in '17. Be sure to keep logging on to www.FrankJr99.com often, as the site will be constantly updated with the latest news, schedule dates, results, photos, and much more! (Josh James Artwork)

#99JR TEAM CONCLUDES WOOLMS SEASON AT CHARLOTTE
(October 30, 2016) Frank Heckenast, Jr. and Heckenast Racing wrapped up the 2016 World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series schedule over the October 27-29 weekend in the annual running of the 'World of Outlaws World Finals' at the pristine Dirt Track at Charlotte in Concord, North Carolina. Things kicked off at the 4/10-mile speedplant on Thursday evening with two rounds of qualifying, which determined the lineups for heat race action the remainder of the weekend. Frankie posted the eighth fastest lap in Group A for Friday's program, while he clicked off the twentieth quickest lap in Group A in time trials for Saturday's showdown.

When the stakes were raised over the weekend, Frankie grabbed the third transfer spot through his heat race on Friday night, but unfortunately went for a spin late in the $12,000 to win feature event and was subsequently placed twenty-fifth in the final rundown of the 50-lapper. In Saturday's $12,000 to win 'World of Outlaws World Finals' finale, Frankie was unfortunately involved in a heat race incident, but later stormed towards the front of his B-Main to garner the second and final transfer position. At the end of fifty green flag racing laps, the Frankfort, Illinois standout finished twenty-sixth and officially earned tenth in the final version of the WOOLMS point standings. Complete results from Charlotte can be accessed online at www.woolms.com.

REAR-END ISSUES SLOW HECKENAST IN DEEP FRIED 75
(October 16, 2016) Frank Heckenast, Jr. and his #99jr team ventured south to Duck River Raceway Park in Wheel, Tennessee on October 14-15 for the 5th edition of the 'Deep Fried 75.' On Friday night, Frankie qualified sixth fastest in Group B during Southern Nationals Bonus Series time trials prior to grabbing the fourth and final transfer spot through his heat race. After rolling off from the outside of the eighth row in Saturday's $13,000 to win headliner, Frankie had vaulted up to sixth in the 75-lapper before rear-end issues forced him out of the race after only 38 circuits. The Frankfort, Illinois standout, who was the defending winner of the 'Deep Fried 75,' wound up thirteenth in the final finishing order. Complete results from Duck River Raceway Park can be accessed online at www.southernnationalsseries.com.

#99JR TEAM NABS TOP FIVE IN JON HAMILTON MEMORIAL
(October 9, 2016) The Heckenast Racing team dropped into Peoria Speedway in Peoria, Illinois on Saturday evening, October 8 for the annual running of the 'Jon Hamilton Memorial.' The UMP Super Late Model special boasted a $5,000 winner's check. Frank Heckenast, Jr. won his heat race in preliminary action and later wound up fifth in the 100-lap feature contest. At the checkers in the extra-distance affair, Frankie found himself trailing only winner Jason Feger, Ryan Unzicker, Billy Drake, and Kevin Weaver. Complete results from last night's 'Jon Hamilton Memorial' can be accessed online by clicking on www.peoriaspeedway.com.

HECKENAST, JR. GRABS PAIR OF PODIUMS AT TRI-CITY!
(September 25, 2016) Frank Heckenast, Jr. and his #99jr team invaded Tri-City Speedway in Granite City, Illinois on September 22-24 for a trio of UMP Super Late Model specials, which were on the undercard of the track's 'Modified Mania' extravaganza. In Thursday night's weekend opener, Frankie won his heat race, but unfortunately hit an inside utility tire during the $2,000 to win feature and wound up retiring in the nineteenth spot. On Friday evening, Frankie ran second in heat race action prior to advancing all the way up to third in the $2,500 to win main event to finish behind only victor Bobby Pierce and runner-up Shannon Babb. At Granite City in Saturday's $3,000 to win weekend finale, the Frankfort, Illinois star placed second in his heat race and an impressive runner-up in the headliner behind only race winner Bobby Pierce. Complete results from all three races can be viewed online at www.tricityspeedway.net.

FRANK HECKENAST, JR. IN ACTION AT KNOXVILLE...
(September 18, 2016) Heckenast Racing descended upon the historic Knoxville Raceway in Knoxville, Iowa on September 15-17 for the 13th Annual 'Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals.' The three-day crown jewel event, which was sanctioned once again by the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, drew 69 competitors to the sprawling 1/2-mile speedplant and things got underway in the Hawkeye State with a pair of $7,000 to win preliminary showdowns. On Thursday night, Frank Heckenast, Jr. finished sixth in his heat race and twelfth in the B-Main, which unfortunately kept him out of the 25-lap feature. At Knoxville on Friday evening, Frankie ran fourth in his heat race and ninth in the B-Main before once again missing out on the night's 25-lapper.

All eyes on Saturday were fixated on the $40,000 payday in the 'Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals' finale. Frankie placed seventh in the B-Main, which was unfortunately one mere spot away from a coveted transfer position into the 100-lap headliner. Complete results from the disappointing weekend at Knoxville Raceway can be accessed online at www.lucasdirt.com.

HECKENAST RACING SOLID IN WORLD 100 WEEKEND!
(September 11, 2016) The "Biggest Dirt Race in the World" took center stage for Heckenast Racing over the September 8-10 weekend on the hallowed high-banks of Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, as the 46th version of the 'World 100' drew a healthy 108 car field. The three-day crown jewel showdown at the 1/2-mile, Darke County speedplant started with a pair of $10,000 to win Twin 25 preliminary programs. On Thursday night, Frank Heckenast, Jr. ran second in his heat race prior to winding up a strong sixth in the 25-lap sprint. At the "Big E" on Friday evening, Frankie finished fifth in his heat race, second in his B-Main, and thirteenth in the 25-lapper.

When Saturday arrived in the Buckeye State, the stakes were significantly heightened, as each of the competitors were focused on the whopping $49,000 winner's check and the famed globe trophy. Frankie earned the second transfer spot through his stacked heat race and later rolled off from the outside of the fifth row in the 100-lap headliner. The Frankfort, Illinois hotshoe fought valiantly for a top ten finish in the storied race, but eventually wound up seventeenth in the final rundown of this year's edition of the 'World 100.' Complete results from the hectic three-day weekend at Eldora Speedway can be located online at www.eldoraspeedway.com.

HECKENAST, JR. TACKLES LERNERVILLE & SELINSGROVE
(September 5, 2016) The #99jr team ventured east to the state of Pennsylvania with the World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series for three big nights of racing action from September 2-4. Things kicked off at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pennsylvania with the two-day 'Working Man Weekend.' On Friday night, Frank Heckenast, Jr. posted the second quickest time in Group A during the qualifying session prior to winding up third in his $2,500 to win qualifier behind only winner Rick Eckert and runner-up Brian Shirley. After drawing the outside of the front row for Saturday's $20,000 to win 'Working Man Weekend' headliner, Frankie led the first circuit before fading to twelfth at the checkers in the 75-lapper.

At Selinsgrove Speedway in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania on Sunday, the tripleheader wrapped up with the annual running of the 'Late Model National Open,' which boasted an $8,000 payday. Frankie placed fifth in his stacked heat race and later won his B-Main in preliminary action. After rolling off from the outside of the ninth row in the 40-lap feature, the Frankfort, Illinois ace moved past seven competitors en route to an eleventh place performance. Frankie now sits tied for ninth in the latest version of the WOOLMS point standings exiting the holiday weekend. Full results can be accessed online at www.woolms.com.

 

 

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