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COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Unveils 2018 Schedule

1Beebe, Arkansas (11/28/17) – The stars and cars of the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil are going to be quite busy in 2018.

The series’ 2018 schedule has officially been released and boasts 34 races at 15 different tracks in six states.

The schedule includes nine $3,000-to-win events and six $5,000-to-win races. The tour will once again co-sanction the $20,000-to-win Bad Boy 98 as well as the $40,000-to-win COMP Cams Topless 100 with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS).

“This is by far the most ambitious schedule we’ve ever had with the most purse money we’ve ever posted in the history of the tour,” CCSDS CEO Chris Ellis said. “We are very proud to see the growth of the tour, and we can’t thank the racers, the tracks, the sponsors and the fans enough for their awesome support. 2018 is going to be a really great year for the tour.”

The 12th season for the CCSDS warriors opens on March 10 with the tour’s maiden trip to Springfield Raceway (Springfield, Missouri) for a $3,000-to-win. It will mark the first of two visits by the series to the ¼-mile oval.

After a hiatus from the tour, Old No. 1 Speedway (formerly Harrisburg Speedway) in Harrisburg, Arkansas returns to the docket as well as Legit Speedway (formerly West Plains Motor Speedway) in West Plains, Missouri. >>READ MORE


COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Brings the Curtain Down on 2017
Culp Wins the Battle; Sullivan Wins the War

1Kilgore, Texas (11/25/17) – On Saturday evening Timothy Culp took the win in the 2017 season finale for the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil, while Jack Sullivan officially claimed his third-straight series title.

The box score for the Wayne Harris Memorial/ Topless Turkey Nationals showed that Culp started on the pole and won, but it didn’t even almost tell the whole story. The Prattsville, Arkansas driver suffered a flat tire on the opening lap and had to go to the tail of the 22-car field.

Twenty-six circuits later Culp took over the lead. He led the final 14 laps to grab his second CCSDS win of the year and the fifth of his career.

"What a race. I guess we got lucky having a flat on the first lap. We had plenty of time to get back up through there," winner Timothy Culp said. "We really had the wrong tire on, but I don't know, I guess the Lord was watching over us. We ended up getting it done."

Timothy Culp set on the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the 40-lap finale, while his good friend and quick qualifier Tyler Erb started alongside. After seeing Culp suffer a flat tire on the first lap, Erb grabbed the lead and paced the first 11 circuits.

Another Texan took control of the top spot on the 12th lap, when 2017 Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year Zach McMillan jumped to the lead.

1The local favorite would stay out front until lap 26, when Culp completed his charge from the tail of the field to take the lead. Culp cruised for the final 14 laps on his way to the $5,000 victory.

McMillan finished second, while Erb, who also had to pit for fresh rubber rounded out the podium. Jon Mitchell and B.J. Robinson completed the Top-5 finishers.

Patrik Daniel was the Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger after advancing 12 spots to finish sixth. He also received a $200 bonus, which was posted by P&W Sales in memory of Wayne Harris.

By entering the event, Jack Sullivan clinched the 2017 CCSDS title, which marked his third-straight with the series.

1Garrett Alberson was the recipient of the Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Luck Award.

While the 2017 season may have drawn to a close, series officials are already busy at work on the 2018 slate. The schedule will be release in the next week. Keep your browser pointed to www.COMPdirt.com for the latest series news.

The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil is sponsored by and would like to thank all of their sponsors including- COMP Cams, Lucas Oil, Hoosier Racing Tires, Larry Shaw Race Cars, New Vision Graphics, Black Diamond Chassis, Midwest Sheet Metal, Beene Oil Co., KARR Transportation Incorporated, Big Air, Quarter Master, Allen Manufacturing, Mid State Golf Cars, ROCKHARD Powder Coating, Mark Martin Automotive Group, Mark Martin Powersports, Henryetta Ford, Central Arkansas Pest Services, Beach Veterinary Services, Racing Head Service, McClain Custom Cabinets, P&W Sales, Schoenfeld Headers, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.

For the latest information on the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil, please visit www.COMPDirt.com .

COMP Cams Super Dirt Series – November 25, 2017
Lone Star Speedway (Kilgore, TX)

Feature Results
1)Timothy Culp 2)Zach McMillan 3)Tyler Erb 4)Jon Mitchell 5)B.J. Robinson 6)Patrik Daniel 7)Hunter Rasdon 8)Trey Beene 9)Robert Baker 10)Ronny Adams 11)David Payne 12)Robbie Stuart 13)Jack Sullivan 14)Steven Hawkins 15)Morgan Bagley 16)Scott Crigler 17)Garrett Alberson 18)Austin Theiss 19)Skip O’Neal 20)Tanner Kellick 21)Tony Jackson Jr. 22)Joe Godsey

DNS: Chad Mallett, Jim Bryant, David Lane, Clayton Holland, Kara Langley, Jeff Roth, Jason Rauen, GW Egbert, Sloppy Hogg, Brett Frazier

Entries: 32
Group A Fast Qualifer: Garrett Alberson (15.071 seconds)
Group B Fast Qualifier (and Overall): Tyler Erb (14.995 seconds)
Black Diamond Chassis Heat Race #1 Winner: Timothy Culp
Allen Manufacturing Heat Race #2 Winner: Zach McMillan
KARR Transportation Heat Race #3 Winner: Tyler Erb
Racing Head Service Heat Race #4 Winner: Jon Mitchell
New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter: Timothy Culp
Hoosier Racing Tire B-Main Winners: Skip O’Neal, Patrik Daniel
Henryetta Ford Hard Luck Award: Garrett Alberson
Larry Shaw Race Cars Hard Charger: Patrik Daniel (18th-6th)
COMP Cams Top Performer: Timothy Culp
Lap Leaders: Tyler Erb (1-11), Zach McMillan (12-26), Timothy Culp (27-40)

Jack Sullivan Tames Hammer Hill for Kuntz Classic Cash

1Little Rock, Arkansas (09/16/17) – It was a familiar scene in COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil Victory Lane on Saturday night. Two-time and defending series champion, Jack Sullivan rumbled to his eighth series win of the year.

The triumph in the inaugural Jim Kuntz Classic at Little Rock’s I-30 Speedway was worth $3,000.

“It’s really cool to be in Victory Lane at this event that pays tribute to Mr. Jim (Kuntz),” Sullivan said after claiming his 24th career win with the series. “He’s done so much to help so many people over the years, and he did so much to help me early in my career. I hope tonight reminded him just how much he means to so many of us.”

After earning the most points in preliminary action, Jon Mitchell found himself positioned on the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the 40-lap finale at the ¼-mile oval. The Texas racer was joined on the front row by the Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man, Jack Sullivan. >>READ MORE


Garrett Alberson Survives for CCSDS Triumph at Greenville

1Greenville, Mississippi (09/03/17) – Garrett Alberson survived a caution-plagued finale at Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi) on Sunday night to claim his first COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil victory of 2017.

New Mexico’s Garrett Alberson picked up $2,500 at the gumbo oval, after overtaking teammate and early leader, Chandler Petty. It was his second-career win with the tour.

The finale was slowed by 10 cautions.

Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man Jack Sullivan finished in the runner-up spot, while Jack Sullivan, Jon Mitchell, Mike Palasini Jr., and Hunter Rasdon completed the Top 5. >>Read More


Chris Wall Chomps First CCSDS Victory

1Byram, Mississippi (09/02/17) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil continued their Labor Day weekend swing on Saturday night with a trip to Jackson Motor Speedway.

For the second-straight event a first-time winner would visit Victory Lane as Holden, Louisiana’s Chris Wall picked up the $2,500 winner’s check.

Wall nabbed the win from the outside-front-row starting spot, while Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man Jack Sullivan added to his point’s lead with a runner-up finish. B.J. Robinson, Garrett Alberson, and New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter, Chandler Petty completed the Top 5. >>READ MORE


The Ragin’ Rebel Conquers the Ridge

1Paragould, Arkansas (09/01/17) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil kicked off their Labor Day weekend tripleheader on Friday night at Crowley’s Ridge Raceway. For the second-straight year a first-time visitor from the state of Mississippi stole the $3,000 top prize.

David Breazeale, in just his second night in his brand-new #54 Rocket XR1 took the lead on lap 29 from Billy Moyer Jr., and led the final six circuits for his first-career CCSDS victory.

“I’ll be honest that I didn’t know what to think about this place when I first got here today, because it’s so small, but man this place lived up to the hype as one racy joint,” an elated Breazeale said after winning the finale. “Billy Franklin has given me a great opportunity here with this next Rocket XR1 and it’s been bad fast right out of the gate. I want to thank him and my team for giving me such an awesome car. I had a blast tonight.”

New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter, Robert Baker along with B.J. Robinson brought the field to the green for the 35-lap affair. Baker led the first two circuits before Billy Moyer Jr. shot to the lead on lap 3. >>READ MORE


Jack Sullivan Continues CCSDS Domination

1Greenwood, Louisiana (08/26/17) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil invaded Boothill Speedway on Saturday, where Jack Sullivan outran an approaching Hurricane Harvey and a talented field of racers to pick up the $2,500 triumph.

The Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man Jack Sullivan overtook leader Rob Litton on lap-28. Once out front he cruised to a 2.279 second victory to claim his seventh win of the season. His series-leading 23rd victory allowed him to extend his advantage atop the standings as he pursues his third-straight title.

Tanner Kellick was the New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter and brought the field to the green flag with fellow front-row starter Rob Litton. Litton snagged the lead at the drop of the green flag, and paced the field until lap-28, when he pushed up the track, allowing Sullivan to take over the top spot. >>Read More


Scott Bloomquist Claims Unprecedented 5th Topless 100 Title

1BATESVILLE, AR (August 20, 2017) - Scott Bloomquist became the first five-time winner of the COMP Cams Topless 100- Presented by Crop Production Services on Sunday afternoon at Batesville Motor Speedway.

Bloomquist inherited the lead on lap-66 when race leader, Austin Rettig had to pit for a flat tire. Bloomquist then led the remaining laps to score the $40,000 victory in the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series and COMP Cams Super Dirt Series-sanctioned event.

Tim McCreadie led the first 63 laps of the race until Rettig rolled around him to take the lead. Rettig led two laps until a caution came out. Under the caution, Rettig's right-rear tire went flat, relinquishing the lead to Bloomquist.

Bloomquist entered the weekend tied with Billy Moyer - each having four career wins in the crown-jewel event's history. He led the remaining 34 laps unchallenged to get the victory. "The car was awesome. Once we moved outside, I got by a bunch of cars. I had to take it easy on the tires. We were looking for somewhere around lap-40 to pit and it worked out for us," said Bloomquist, who started the race in the 23rd position. >>READ MORE


Billy Moyer Jr. Registers Hometown Win with CCSDS

Locust Grove, Arkansas (08/04/17) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil thundered into Batesville Motor Speedway on Friday night. Batesville’s own Billy Moyer Jr. wired the field to pick up the $2,000 payday.

After setting fast time in qualifications and then winning his heat race, Billy Moyer Jr. locked into the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the 30-lap feature. Current Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man point leader, Jack Sullivan started outside of the front row.

Moyer Jr. would rocket to the lead as the race went green. The 2009 series champ would go on to race to his 16th-career win with the tour and his first of 2017. >>READ MORE


Billy Moyer Rocks to I-30 Speedway Rockabilly Cash

1Little Rock, Arkansas (07/15/17) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil contested its richest stand-alone event of the season on Saturday night with a trip to Tracey Clay’s I-30 Speedway. At the end of the night Dirt Late Model Hall of Famer, Billy Moyer had claimed the $5,000 payday in the 7th annual Rockabilly 45.

“We really had more there than what we showed with this car tonight, but I wanted to make sure I didn’t hurt my tires,” said the veteran from Batesville, Arkansas. “I haven’t run here just a ton, so I’m not real familiar with how the tires would hold up. One minute they felt like they were giving up and the next they were firing perfectly.

“We couldn’t have asked for a better car tonight, and it’s really cool to win in front of such a big crowd so close to home.” >>Read More


Brian Rickman Claims Hometown Win with CCSDS

Columbus, Mississippi (07/02/17) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil wrapped up their three-day invasion of the Magnolia State on Sunday night with a trip to Johnny Stokes’ Magnolia Motor Speedway.

When the dust had settled on the feature, hometown racer, Brian Rickman had claimed his first-career victory with the tour in dominant fashion.

New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter Rick Rickman was joined on the front row for the feature by his brother, Brian Rickman. When the green flag dropped on the feature, Brian bolted to the lead, and it would be the last time that most of his competitors would see him.

As the pilot of the Rickman Trucking #90 Rocket XR-1 Chassis/ Jay Dickens Racing Engine drove away from the field a great battle waged behind him for the runner-up position. >>Read More


Jack Sullivan Wins Wild CCSDS Event at Jackson

1Byram, Mississippi (07/01/17) – For the second-night in a row Jack Sullivan found himself in Victory Lane with the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil. He pocketed $2,500 for his efforts at Jackson Motor Speedway.

The Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man overcame a wild late-race tussle with Rick Rickman and Garrett Alberson to score his sixth win of the season.

New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter Rick Rickman and Jack Sullivan brought the field to the green flag with Rickman grabbing the early advantage. >>Read More


Jack Sullivan Tames Greenville Gumbo for CCSDS Cash

Greenville, Mississippi (06/30/17) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil kicked off a three-day swing through the Magnolia State on Friday night with a $2,000-to-win event at Greenville Speedway.

When the checkered flag fell, Jack Sullivan had claimed his 5th series win of the season.

“It seems like feast of famine for me at this place,” Sullivan said in Victory Lane. “Either I’m ending the night with a good run or I’m back in the pits trying to figure out how I’m going to fit it back in the trailer. It definitely feels great to finally get a win at this place.”

New Vision Graphics Pole Sitter Garrett Alberson and Jack Sullivan brought the field to the green flag. >>Read More


Jack Sullivan Masters the Mag for CCSDS Cash

1Columbus, Mississippi (05/13/17) – Jack Sullivan is a man on a mission in 2017. On Saturday evening the two-time COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil champion found himself in Victory Lane with the series for the fourth time this season as he wired the field in the $2,500 victory at Magnolia Motor Speedway.

Via preliminary action Eric Cooley earned the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the 35-lap feature and was joined on the front row by Brian Rickman. As the green flag flew it was 3rd-starting Jack Sullivan, who bolted to the lead. It would be a lead that he would never relinquish.

With Sullivan at the helm Cooley, Brian Rickman, Jonathan Rowan, and Rick Rickman made up the Top 5 early in the feature. Unfortunately for Brian Rickman bad luck would bite him on lap 12, when he was forced to head pit side with mechanical issues. >>READ MORE


Midwest Sheet Metal to Sponsor CCSDS Rookie Program

2Little Rock, Arkansas (05/11/17) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil is proud to announce that Midwest Sheet Metal will be sponsoring the tour’s Rookie of the Year program moving forward.

This expanded partnership with the Missouri-based company comes less than a month after Midwest Sheet Metal became the sponsor of the series point leader spoiler, which is tabbed the “Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man Award.”

With their additional sponsorship, Midwest Sheet Metal will not only provide yellow spoilers at each event for the series rookies – Zach McMillan, Tanner Kellick, and Brandon Wilson – but they will also sponsor the season-ending point fund for the competition. The 2017 Midwest Sheet Metal Rookie of the Year will receive a $1,500 check, while the runner-up will receive $1,000 and 3rd-place will receive $500. >>READ MORE


Magnolia State Invasion on Tap for the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series

Beebe, Arkansas (05/10/17) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil will venture to the Magnolia State this weekend – May 12-13 – for a pair of big events.

Heading into the state of Mississippi is no easy feat as the area boasts a stiff contingent of local drivers. Two-time and defending series champion, Jack Sullivan will once again be the Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man as he leads the CCSDS contingent into battle. Currently residing atop the standings he’ll be sporting the florescent day-glow orange spoiler.

Garrett Alberson, Kyle Beard, Jon Mitchell, BJ Robinson, Zach McMillan, Tanner Kellick, Gavin Landers, Hunter Rasdon, Robert Baker currently round out the Top 10 in series standings.

With six events completed on the 2017 CCSDS season, four drivers have visited Victory Lane. Sullivan leads the way with a trio of wins, while Kyle Beard, Timothy Culp, and Tim McCreadie each have a single triumph on the season.

The Rookie of the Year battle is currently led by Zach McMillan, who holds a four-point advantage over Louisiana’s Tanner Kellick. Brandon Wilson is in third, eight points removed from the lead.

The weekend opens on Friday night with the first of three appearances by the tour in 2017 at Wesley Washington’s Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi). In 2016 Hunter Rasdon took two series wins at the facility, while Bub McCool won the other event. The program will include time trials, heat race action, b-mains, a $2,000-to-win/$350-to-start feature. NeSmith Crate Late Models, NeSmith Street Stocks, and Factory Stocks will all be in action. Grandstand admission is $20 for adults, $10 for senior citizens, $10 for kids (ages 6-to-14), and free for ages 5 and under. Pit admission is $35 with kids (6-to-14) $10, and ages 5 and under free. Racing action starts at 7:30 p.m. For more information on the facility, please visit www.GreenvilleSpeedway.net .

Saturday night takes the tour to Johnny Stokes’ Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi), where a $2,500-to-win/$350-to-start purse will be on the line. In 2016 Hunter Rasdon and Rick Rickman split wins at the tricky surface, which is known as the “Black Ice.” A full slate of action, including time trials, heat races, b-mains, and a 40-lap feature will be contested. NeSmith Late Models, Street Stocks, Factory Stocks, and Late Model Sportsman will also be on the card. Grandstand admission is $20 with kids (ages 10-and-under) free. Pit admission is $35 for adults with kids (ages 6-10) $25, and kids (5-and-under) free with a paying adult. The driver’s meeting is at 6:30 p.m. with racing action at 7:00 p.m. For more information, please visit www.MagnoliaDirt.com .

The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil is sponsored by and would like to thank all of their sponsors including- COMP Cams, Lucas Oil, Hoosier Racing Tires, Larry Shaw Race Cars, New Vision Graphics, Midwest Sheet Metal, Black Diamond Chassis, KARR Transportation Incorporated, Big Air, Quarter Master, Allen Manufacturing, Mid State Golf Cars, ROCKHARD Powder Coating, Mark Martin Automotive Group, Mark Martin Powersports, Henryetta Ford, Central Arkansas Pest Services, Beach Veterinary Services, Racing Head Service, Allen Manufacturing, McClain Custom Cabinets, P&W Sales, Schoenfeld Headers, and MSR Mafia Marketing Services.


For the latest information on the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series presented by Lucas Oil, please visit www.COMPDirt.com .


Timothy Culp Takes Top Cash at Ark-La-Tex Speedway

Vivian, Louisiana (05/06/17) – Louisiana-native, Timothy Culp became the fourth different winner of 2017 on the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil tour on Saturday night. The pilot of the #c8 Rocket Chassis scored the $2,500 victory at Ark-La-Tex Speedway.

Gene Boyter’s Ark-La-Tex Speedway played host to the tour on Saturday evening, and a last-to-first charge in his heat race presented Culp with the New Vision Graphics Pole Position for the 40-lap finale. He was joined on the front row by fellow Louisiana native, B.J. Robinson. >>READ MORE


Jack Sullivan Wins CCSDS Thriller at Diamond Park

1Nashville, Arkansas (05/05/17) – Jack Sullivan continued his red-hot start to 2017 on Friday night at Diamond Park Speedway. The two-time and defending COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil champion picked up the $2,000 victory in thrilling fashion.

Wendell Wallace jumped to the lead in the opening laps of the 35-lap affair from the New Vision Graphics Pole Position with fellow front-row-starter, Garrett Alberson and Jack Sullivan in tow. As the leaders stretched their advantage on the field, great two-wide battles raged throughout the field.

By lap 15 the leaders were in heavy lapped traffic as Sullivan began to reel in Wallace. One lap later the first caution would fly as Robert Baker spun in turn 4.

As the field prepared for the restart the Top 5 in the running order consisted of Wallace, Sullivan, Alberson, Hunter Rasdon, and Zach McMillan. >>Read More


Jack Sullivan Again on Top with CCSDS at Hammer Hill

1Little Rock, Arkansas (04/15/17) – On Saturday evening, for the second time in 2017 two-time and defending COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil champion, Jack Sullivan topped the tour’s action at I-30 Speedway.

Donning the brand-new Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man orange spoiler, Sullivan padded his advantage atop the series standings after surging from the 8th-starting spot to claim the $2,500 triumph.

New Vision Graphics pole sitter, Hunter Rasdon brought the field to the green flag for the 40-lap affair with B.J. Robinson starting alongside. It was Louisia

na native, Robinson who bolted to the lead. Unfortunately, bad luck would bite him during a lap 3 caution for a Robert Baker spin. The leader would suffer a flat tire and was forced to the tail of the field after a trip to the work area. >>READ MORE


Midwest Sheet Metal Becomes the Leader in COMP Cams Super Dirt Series

Beebe, Arkansas (04/13/17) – The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) presented by Lucas Oil is proud to welcome Springfield, Missouri’s Midwest Sheet Metal as a new marketing partner for 2017.

The prominent sheet metal provider will sponsor the newly-created Midwest Sheet Metal Marked Man Award. Via the promotion, Midwest Sheet Metal will provide a neon fluorescent-orange spoiler for the series point leader at each series event. In addition, they will pay a $1,000 bonus to the point’s champion at the end of the year.

Two-time defending CCSDS champ and current point leader, Jack Sullivan will debut the spoiler this Saturday at I-30 Speedway (Little Rock, Arkansas).

“Chris [Davis] and the folks at Midwest Sheet Metal really go out of their way to support dirt track racing, and to have them join our tour as a marketing partner is a big honor,” said CCSDS CEO, Chris Ellis. “It’s companies like Midwest Sheet Metal that makes it possible for series like ours to exist. I hope that racers and fans will support them whenever possible.”

For Davis, becoming a sponsor of the CCSDS seemed like a natural fit.

“It’s no secret that I’m a huge race fan, and I just like doing whatever I can to support racing,” Chris Davis noted. “I’ve heard a lot of good things over the past few years about the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series, so we made the decision to become involved. I wish all of the racers the best of luck this season, and I can’t wait to see, who is still running that orange spoiler at the end of the year!” >>Read More