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May 30th, 2017 - Lifelong Sullivan Racing Supporter Dickie Allen Passes Away
On Monday, May 29 the racing world sadly lost a great supporter and a great friend. 53-year-old, Dickie Allen passed away in his home state of Louisiana.

“Dickie was one of those rare individuals, who got the most joy in life out of helping others,” Jack Sullivan said. “He was the kind of guy that would do whatever he could to support you both on the track and off the track. He had an awesome personality, and you knew whenever he was around that there would be no shortage of laughs. Professionally and personally he meant a lot to me. I’m really going to miss him.”

Allen resided in Denham Springs, Louisiana and owned Triple A Diesel with his wife Lisa. He was a hardcore race fan, and his love for the sport was further reinforced by his relentless support of countless racers and events.

Not only was he a dedicated sponsor of Sullivan, but over the years he sponsored and fielded cars for a long list of drivers, which included Wendell Wallace, James Ward, Neil Baggett and a host of others.

As he did all that he could to support racing over the past several years, he simultaneously battled severe illness. With the exception of his closest friends, most people never knew the battle that he was fighting. He made a point of never showing his fatigue.

“After his family, Dickie most loved racing and his trucking business. His illness the past few years kept him away from the track more than he would’ve liked, and I know that was really tough for him,” recollected Chris Sullivan – who owns Sullivan Racing. “He was probably the toughest and hardest fighting person I’ve ever met. They didn’t make many like Dickie, and the racing world will definitely not be the same without him. My heart goes out to his wife Lisa and his entire family.”

Details on Dickie Allen’s arrangements are currently being finalized.

May 28th, 2017 - Sullivan Posts 14th Place Finish in Show-Me 100 at Lucas Oil Speedway
On Thursday night Jack Sullivan invaded Lucas Oil Speedway (Wheatland, Missouri) on Thursday for the
Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series (LOLMDS) sanctioned weekend. Drawing 67 Super Late Models for the Cowboy Classic, Sullivan fell two spots short of a transfer position in his heat with a 5th place finish giving him one last shot at the opening night feature with a B-Main appearance. Sending the Top 2 into the show, Jack slipped back to an 8th place outing ending his night early.

Returning on Friday evening for the Tribute to Don & Billie Gibson, Jack grabbed the 3rd and final transfer spot in his heat race earning him the 14th-starting position for the final preliminary feature. With $6,000 on the line, Sullivan jumped up two spots in the 40-lapper recording a 12th place finish.

After Mother Nature came in on Saturday and postponed the 25th annual Show-Me 100 to Sunday afternoon, Sullivan started the day off with a 15-lap consolation victory locking his spot into the $30,000-to-win finale. Rolling off 21st, Jack Sullivan passed seven cars in the 100-lap affair reeling in a 14th place outing. (Heath Lawson photo)

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May 13th, 2017 - Jack Sullivan Masters the Mag for CCSDS Cash
After the weather washed out the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series (CCSDS) event at Greenville Speedway (Greenville, Mississippi) on Friday night, Jack Sullivan headed to Magnolia Motor Speedway (Columbus, Mississippi) on Saturday for the CCSDS sanctioned contest. With 27 Super Late Models signed in, Sullivan charged to the KARR Transportation heat race win positioning him 3rd on the starting grid for the $2,000-to-win A-Main. Jumping into the lead on the opening circuit, Jack Sullivan led every lap of the 35-lap affair en route to his fourth victory of the season over Eric Cooley, B.J. Robinson, Kyle Beard, and Tanner Kellick. (Woody Hampton photo)

Jack continues to lead the CCSDS point standings. For more information from this event, please visit

May 6th, 2017 - Sullivan Reels in Third CCSDS Win of the Season
Piloting the Keyser Manufacturing #18 Super Late Model, Jack Sullivan made the trip to Diamond Park Speedway (Nashville, Arkansas) on Friday night for the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series sanctioned event. In a field of 22 cars, Sullivan started the night off with a heat race win earning him the 3rd-starting spot for the A-Main. After pacing his way through the field early, Jack used lap-traffic to his advantage as he worked his way up to 2nd to challenge race-leader Wendell Wallace for the top spot. With a late-race caution setting up a great battle in the final laps, Sullivan jumped into the lead after Wallace bobbled coming off the restart. Bringing home his third win of the season, Jack topped Wallace, Zach McMillan, Chandler Petty, and Jon Mitchell at the finish line to pick up the $2,000 payday.

On Saturday Sullivan followed the COMP Cams Super Dirt Series to Ark-LA-Tex Speedway (Vivian, Louisiana) for the $2,500-to-win A-Main. Scoring a runner-up finish behind B.J. Robinson in his heat race, Sullivan earned the 5th-starting position for the feature. Jumping up one spot in the 40-lap affair, Jack Sullivan landed a 4th place finish behind Timothy Culp, Billy Moyer Jr., and Chandler Petty with Garrett Alberson coming in 5th.

Jack continues to lead the CCSDS point standings. For more information from these events, please visit