Lucas Oil - Late Models

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Scanner frequencies for the Lucas Oil Late Models national touring series:

Lucas Oil Late Models Series Official Website

Series frequencies:

Lucas Oil Late Models Series (confirmed at Burlington 5/23/10)

  • 465.7125 DCS306 Lucas Oil Officials - main
  • 464.7375 DCS306 Lucas Oil Officials - pits
  • 451.9000 DCS306 (briefly heard via CloseCall reading drivers names and times)
  • 454.0000 (CSQ) Lucas Oil Late Models "Raceceiver" channel.

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.

Track Frequencies

2012 Lucas Oil Late Models Schedule

Track frequencies are listed on the state-specific Sports pages:

During the Lucas Oil LMS hot-laps, qualifying, heats, semis and features, the best channels to monitor are the Lucas Oil frequencies, particularly 454.000. The track freqs won't be too active when the late models are on the track, but are worth monitoring throughout the event.

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.

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