Lucas Oil - Late Models
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Scanner frequencies for the Lucas Oil Late Models national touring series:
Lucas Oil Late Models Series (confirmed while at LaSalle 5/19/07)
- 465.7125 DCS306 Lucas Oil Late Model officials
- 454.0000 (CSQ) Lucas Oil Late Models"Raceceiver" channel
During the race, the flagman listens to 454.000 for when to thrown the caution.
The drivers are not allowed to use radios to communicate with their teams. Instead, all Lucas Oil Late Model drivers must monitor the "Raceceiver" channel to know when there is a caution, what order to line up in for restarts, or other race information.
NOTE THAT FROM MY EXPERIENCE, DURING THE LUCAS OIL HOT-LAPS, QUALIFYING, HEATS, SEMIS AND FEATURES, THE BEST TWO CHANNELS TO MONITOR ARE 465.7125 AND 454.000. THE TRACK FREQS WON'T BE TOO ACTIVE WHEN THE LATE MODELS ARE ON THE TRACK, BUT ARE INCLUDED FOR YOUR REFERENCE NONETHELESS.
THE FLAGMAN SWITCHES RADIOS BETWEEN THE TRACK RADIO (FOR THE LOCAL CLASSES) AND THE RACECEIVER CHANNEL (FOR THE LUCAS OIL LATE MODELS) DEPENDING UPON WHO IS ON THE TRACK
- Kankakee Motor Speedway (Kankakee, IL)
|467.76250||M||265 DPL||K3 Speedway||Kankakee County Speedway: Operations||FMN||Business|
|454.00000||M||K3 Raceceivr||Raceceiver - track officials to drivers||FMN||Business|
- Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway (Calvert City, KY)
457.575 (DCS 032) Track ops [source]
- LaSalle Speedway (La Salle, IL)
|154.57000||M||192.8 PL||LSS Parking||Parking||FMN||Business|
|468.67500||M||503 DPL||LSS Concssns||Concessions||FMN||Business|
|151.92500||M||88.5 PL||LSS Official||Officials||FMN||Business|
|461.07500||M||94.8 PL||LSS Safety||Track Safety Crews||FMN||Business|
- The track has private security who have radios but I don't know what frequency. I didn't see any PD on seen]
- Peru EMS provided ambulance coverage 5/19/07. I didn't hear anything race related on 155.235 (136.5) but it is listed as Peru EMS
Unconfirmed Track Frequencies for various dirt tracks
If you don't already know the track frequency, Using CloseCall/Signal Stalker or scanning the itinerant frequencies will generally yield the frequency. If not, search between 151-160 MHz and 451-470 MHz.
Some dirt track frequencies are listed at the following link:
Below are frequencies that have been posted a few times on 4m.net, but for some reason the posts keep getting deleted so I'm reposting the freqs here for everyone's benefit:
World of Outlaws... (Sprint AND Late Model) 151.625 Ch. 1 (Track officials) [CSQ] 154.600 Ch. 2 154.570 Ch. 3 151.955 Ch. 4 (Scoring) 454.000 (100.0) WoO Raceceiver 469.5000 WDRL 467.4375 battle of the Bluegrass series Track Frequencies 457.5750 Kentucky Lake Speedway Calvert City 467.7625 Ponderosa Junction City Kentucky 464.5500 Soggy Bottom Morganstown Kentucky 154.6000 Bluegrass Speedway Bardstown Kentucky 469.5000 Florence Speedway Kentucky 154.5400 Lake Cumberland Speedway. Burnside Kentucky 154.5650 Thunder Valley Speedway Salem Indiana 461.4875 Salem Speedway Salem Indiana (paved) 469.5000 Brownstown Speeday Indiana 462.5750 Volunteer Speedway Bulls Gap Tennessee 153.035 Hagerstwon Speedway Hagerstown MD 151.865 Winchester Speedway Winchester VA. 469.5000 Davenport Speedway Davenport Iowa 151.805 81 Speedway KS 461.112 Airport Spdwy DE. 151.625 Battleground Speedway Highland TX 464.925 Big Diamond Raceway Minersville PA. 151.625 Calistoga Speeway Calistoga CA. 151.550 Cedar Lake Speeway New Richmond WI. 469.5625 ch1 I-55 Raceway/BellClair Speedway 469.7375 ch2 I-55 Raceway/BellClair Speedway