Meyer Sets Sights on Battle for the Belt Glory

One name has consistently stood out at Moler Raceway Park in 2023: Christopher Meyer. Making his mark in the racing scene since midway through the 2019 season, Meyer's prowess on the track has quickly propelled him to the top, earning him the title of 2022 Moler Raceway Park Track Champion. As we approach the highly anticipated 4th Annual Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle for the Belt, let's take a closer look at the impressive stats that make Chris Meyer a local favorite and a true dominating presence around the tri-state area. 

As the 2022 defending Moler Raceway Park Champion, he secured an impressive six feature event victories, twelve top five's, and fourteen top tens in seventeen starts, narrowly besting Dustin Puckett Jr by 75 points. 

2023 has undeniably been a breakthrough season for Christopher. With twelve starts at Moler Raceway Park, he has achieved an impressive seven wins, making it to the top five in each race. His worst finish this season was a respectable 3rd place back on June 2nd. Overall in 2023, Christopher has competed in 27 races, capturing an astounding 14 wins, marking a significant 52% victory rate. His talent is evident, boasting 21 top-five finishes and 23 top-ten finishes throughout the season. 

 His remarkable success is not limited to Moler Raceway Park. Chris has showcased his smooth driving at other venues as well, securing feature wins at the newly reopened Mudlick Valley Speedway, Willard Speedway, and the renowned Florence Speedway in Union, Kentucky.

Christopher has also left his mark on the national scene finishing tenth in the 2021 Bristol Dirt Nationals at the famed high banks of Bristol Motor Speedway along with a pair of starts in the King of Compact's event at Florence Speedway, which resulted in a seventh-place finish in 2021 & a hard-fought tenth place finish in 2022. 

 As the 4th Annual Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle for the Belt approaches, keep an eye on Christopher Meyer. His consistent dominance and impressive record make him a formidable contender to end the night with the belt around his waist. 

Come out to Moler Raceway Park on Friday night July 28th to cheer Christopher Meyer on as he faces off with some of the nation's best drivers at the 2023 Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle for The Belt!

 Hot Laps are slated to begin at 7pm with racing to follow the completion of qualifying. Adult General Admission is $15, Kids (6-11) $5, and children under the age of five are free. Pit admission is $35. 

MRP Raceway Park is located at 2059 Harker Waits Rd. in Williamsburg, Ohio just off State Route 32, and is just 30 minutes East of Cincinnati. For more information on Mrp Raceway Park visit them online at:

2023 Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle for The Belt Sponsors: 
Diamond Cut Lawn Care, Jimison Lawn Care, Newfast Motorsports, Slingin Dirt Media
G Customs Powder Coating, Cash 4 Junk, Hudepohl Restoration of Greater Cincinnati
The Nice Person Who Donated The Mystery $50, Sewinsane Embroidery

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Newfast Motorsports: Returning as Official Sponsor for the 4th Annual Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle For The Belt

The Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle for the Belt, one of the most thrilling racing events in the Cincinnati region, is proud to announce the sponsorship of Newfast Motorsports, a prominent force in the racing industry based in Massillon, Ohio. Newfast Motorsports will be supporting this highly anticipated event, set to take place on Friday night, July 28th, at Moler Raceway Park, a 1/4 mile dirt oval located just 20 minutes east of Cincinnati.

Led by owner Wayne Newbury, Newfast Motorsports has established itself as a respected name in the dirt racing community, known for its exceptional craftsmanship, attention to detail, and versatile capabilities. With a rich background in the sport, Newbury brings his extensive knowledge and racing prowess to the table. Not only has he been a driving force behind Newfast Motorsports for over two decades, but he also actively competes in the Sport Compact division, demonstrating his strong dedication to the sport.

Whether it's building powerful Super Late Models or fine-tuning the performance of Sport Compacts, Newfast Motorsports showcases its versatility and expertise in every endeavor.

Newfast Motorsports in victory lane with Chaz Dawson (📸 Wayne County Speedway )
In addition to their sponsorship of the Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle for the Belt, Newfast Motorsports actively supports FWD racing through its partnership with various tracks and events. They are proud sponsors of organizations such as SCDRA (Sport Compact Dirt Racing Association) and SCDRA Northeast, playing a crucial role in the growth and success of grassroots racing while providing more opportunities for talented racers to showcase their skills.

With over 25 years of experience in the racing industry Newfast Motorsports, commitment to the racing community, and their passion for motorsports makes them an ideal partner for the Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle for the Belt. The support from Newfast Motorsports adds a new level of prestige to the event and ensures an unforgettable night of racing action.

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Check out this 2020 interview with Wayne Newbury from our friends at Dirt Track Weekly

2023 Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle For The Belt - Now Slingin Dirt Media Approved

We are pleased to announce that Slingin Dirt Media, a renowned podcast dedicated to interviews with the movers and shakers of dirt racing, has joined as a sponsor for the upcoming Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle For The Belt at Moler Raceway Park on Friday night, July 28th. 

Led by accomplished racer turned World of Outlaws Case Late Model Series official Dj Smallwood, Slingin Dirt Media is a renowned podcast dedicated to providing insightful interviews with some of the biggest names in dirt racing. With a focus on capturing the stories and experiences of both local Cincinnati legends and national heroes, their podcast offers fans an in-depth look into the world of dirt racing

With their vast knowledge and passion for the sport, Slingin Dirt Media is a natural fit for the Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle For The Belt. Their sponsorship not only demonstrates their commitment to promoting local dirt racing but also their desire to showcase the talented drivers and captivating stories that make this event so special. 

The history of the Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle For The Belt is filled with remarkable champions, and Slingin Dirt Media is proud to be associated with this prestigious event. Previous winners, including inaugural champion Doug Gall, 2021 winner Chris Wise, and defending champion Brandon Gibson Jr., have left their mark on the competition. The 2022 edition witnessed Gibson's thrilling late-race pass on leader Michael Freimuth, solidifying his place in the event's history. 

With Slingin Dirt Media's support, the Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle For The Belt promises to deliver another spectacular evening of Front-Wheel-Drive racing action. The combination of top-notch drivers, fierce competition, and passionate fans will make this event a must-attend event for all Sport Compact enthusiasts. Be sure to mark your calendars for Friday night, July 28th, as Moler Raceway Park becomes the battleground for the Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle For The Belt. 

We extend our sincere appreciation to Slingin Dirt Media for their sponsorship and their dedication to promoting and preserving the excitement of dirt racing. Together, we look forward to an unforgettable night of racing at Moler Raceway Park, where legends will be made and the spirit of grassroots racing will shine. 

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