July 5, 2019
- Scott Bloomquist Racing returned to action nearly a month ago but ultimately made the decision to take several weeks off to continue to work on Scott Bloomquist’s physical therapy. The break in action also allowed the team to focus on getting their “Ducks in a Row” for the remaining 2019 schedule. During the break, the past met the future when Chris Madden and the SBR team established a plan to work together moving forward. Chris, a former Team Zero driver is set to return to the Bloomquist corner and that journey will begin next weekend when the #0 piloted by Scott Bloomquist returns to racing at Tri-City Speedway with the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series.

Madden will be joining the team, turning wrenches for Bloomquist through the Tri-City and Wheatland weekend and is slated to pilot a 2nd SBR entry at the Silver Dollar Nationals on July 18th-20th. The team plans to have a 2nd entry at several other major events on the 2019 schedule. That alliance is set to continue until Madden is able to have new Bloomquist cars added to his own fleet where he plans to start back up with his own Super Late Model operation very soon and remain in the Team Zero network.

“I had many years of success with these cars and those were some of the best and most successful years I’ve had in my career. It is almost like returning home and I’m excited at the opportunity to drive for SBR and get back in these cars with my own operation soon” Said Chris Madden.

Madden is leaping into the operation in just over a week and will support Bloomquist and the #0 team as the Hall of Fame driver returns back to racing, a move that everyone involved feels will have a very positive impact on the entire organization.

“As odd as it may sound we are still a NEW organization, we have some NEW crew members and some NEW ways of doing things. Having Chris (Madden) along for the ride for awhile is going to be great for all of those people but it is also going to be great for Scott to return while having that type of veteran driver support.” Said Cody Sommer, President of Scott Bloomquist Racing.

June 15, 2019
- Only days removed from splitting with Skyline Motorsports, Chris Madden jumped behind the wheel of a #27 Longhorn Chassis for car owner Larry Harrod on Friday evening, June 14 at the nearby Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina. The Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series rolled into town to preside over the annual running of the 'Grassy Smith Memorial' and a $12,000 top prize was up for grabs. Chris knocked down the ninth fastest time in Group A during qualifying prior to placing sixth in his stacked heat race. Following a second place run in the B-Main, "Smokey" was officially placed seventeenth in the final finishing order of the 50-lap main event. Full results from last night at Cherokee Speedway can be accessed online at (Heath Lawson Photos)

June 14, 2019
- As was recently announced across social media and online platforms, Chris Madden is out as the driver of the Skyline Motorsports #44 Capital racecar after opting to leave the Greg Bruening-backed ride mid-week following the 'Dirt Late Model Dream.' Chris is currently unsure of his plans for the rest of 2019, but will wheel a #27 Longhorn Chassis for car owner Larry Harrod later tonight, June 14 in a Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series showdown at the nearby Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina. The winner of the annual 'Grassy Smith Memorial' will receive $12,000 for his efforts. More information about Chris' 2019 plans will be posted on the website as soon as possible! (Richard Barnes Photo)



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