picture of 2021 Dirt Late Model Dream at Eldora Speedway

Completed, Jun 9-12
 

The coveted Dirt Late Model Dream returns to Eldora Speedway in 2021 with a double edition! The 27th Dirt Late Model Dream will pay $127,000-to-win on Thursday, June 10, and the 26th Dirt Late Model Dream will pay $126,000-to-win on Saturday, June 12. Watch LIVE only on FloRacing

  1. 2021 Double Dream Weekend Earnings

    2021 Double Dream Weekend Earnings

    Sep 7, 2021

    Brandon Overton stole the lion's share of the money (38 percent!) during Eldora Speedway's Double Dream weekend, but other drivers still left with some healthy earnings totals. Check out the full breakdown of feature purse earnings from June's lucrative weekend:
  2. Eldora Late Model Crown Jewel Lap Leaders

    Eldora Late Model Crown Jewel Lap Leaders

    Sep 7, 2021

    Who tops the all-time list of laps led in the Late Model crown jewel events at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio? Check out the historical breakdown in the table below:
  3. Column: Brandon Overton's Hard Knocks Lead To Success

    Column: Brandon Overton's Hard Knocks Lead To Success

    Jun 16, 2021

    Brandon Overton didn’t end up on top of the Dirt Late Model world without taking his share of hard knocks. The 30-year-old star from Evans, Ga., experienced plenty of trials and tribulations on his way to a historic $273,000 sweep of the double Dreams week at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio.
  4. After Runner-Up, Chris Madden Still Chasing Eldora Glory

    After Runner-Up, Chris Madden Still Chasing Eldora Glory

    Jun 14, 2021

    ROSSBURG, Ohio (June 12) — With his successful early trips to Eldora Speedway in the mid-2000s, a young Chris Madden earned a reputation as a likely contender any time he ventured north to Ohio for one of the historic half-mile track’s crown jewel races. The Gray Court, S.C., driver who cut his teeth on the red clay ovals of the southeast was quickly earmarked as a likely future big race winner at Eldora’s hallowed high banks.
  5. Cleared After Inspection, Overton Gets High Praise For Dream Sweep

    Cleared After Inspection, Overton Gets High Praise For Dream Sweep

    Jun 14, 2021

    ROSSBURG, Ohio (June 12) — Eldora Speedway’s pit area exploded into a cauldron of accusation and innuendo as soon as Brandon Overton swept the first half of the double Dreams week on Wednesday and Thursday. It didn’t let up when the Evans, Ga., standout continued his assault on the racing extravaganza with a victory in Friday’s 25-lap preliminary feature.
  6. Overton's Dream Sweep By The Numbers

    Overton's Dream Sweep By The Numbers

    Jun 14, 2021

    A by-the-numbers review of Brandon Overton’s four-day sweep of Dream action June 9-12 at Eldora Speedway, in Rossburg, Ohio:
  7. Saturday's Dream Heat Race Lineups

    Saturday's Dream Heat Race Lineups

    Jun 12, 2021

    Check out heat race lineups from Saturday's 26th edition of the Dirt Late Model Dream at Eldora Speedway.
  8. Can Anyone Beat Brandon Overton Saturday At Eldora?

    Can Anyone Beat Brandon Overton Saturday At Eldora?

    Jun 12, 2021

    ROSSBURG, Ohio (June 11) — After hearing that Brandon Overton had spun a zero on Eldora Speedway’s casino-style inversion wheel at the conclusion of Friday’s Dream XXVI preliminary night program, Jonathan Davenport summed up Overton’s trip to Eldora’s double Dirt Late Model Dreams quite succinctly.
  9. Eldora's Tech Wrinkle: Dream Podium Cars Impounded

    Eldora's Tech Wrinkle: Dream Podium Cars Impounded

    Jun 12, 2021

    ROSSBURG, Ohio (June 11) — The results of Saturday night’s Dirt Late Model Dream XXVI at Eldora Speedway will take a bit longer than usual to be finalized.
  10. Dream Disappointment For Ross Bailes At Scales

    Dream Disappointment For Ross Bailes At Scales

    Jun 11, 2021

    ROSSBURG, Ohio (June 10) — After his car weighted in 8 pounds light following his third-place finish in Thursday’s first Dirt Late Model Dream consolation race at Eldora Speedway, Ross Bailes couldn’t decide if he was more disappointed that the resulting disqualification would keep him from starting the night’s 100-lap Dream feature or if because it negated the perseverance the Clover, S.C., driver and his team showed just to get the chance to cross the scales after the 20-lap prelim.