2001: Dustin Storm took control over the Bailey's NASCAR Weekly Racing Series Late Model Stock Car division shortly after the start of the season, and picked up his first ever track championship at the famed 3/8 mile oval. Storm took home 9 feature wins along with 10 Lustine Chevrolet Quick Qualifier awards. In addition to his success, he barely missed taking home the NASCAR Weekly Racing Series Atlantic Seaboard Title. Jimmy Hardin, a long time veteran at ODS, not only took home his first ever feature win at ODS in 2001, but also won the track title in the Redman Fleet Service Grand Stock division. Collecting 7 feature wins and 6 poles, Hardin battled Jerry Black all the way into the final race of the season to capture the title. Rookie Sean Dawson from Stephens City Va. took home the track title in the D&K Electric / Aldie Construction Mini Stock division. Dawson won 4 features enroute to the title, edging Adam Flis on the final night of racing. Dave Gibbs won his second track title in the Gaston Automotive Speedway Sportsman, clinching the title by merely stating the final night of racing. On his way to the championship, Gibbs collected 7 feature wins. Rookie Kyle Hendershott from Fairfax Va. brought home the track title in the INEX Legends division without the benefit of picking  up a feature win. Staying out of trouble throughout the season, he finished in the top 6 in eight of nine races, enabling him to claim the title.