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Speedway  Motors/Champion Oil Points 10/4
1. 27 Greg Hodnett 1854 16
2. 48 Danny Dietrich 1697 15
3. 21 Brian Montieth 1264 9
4 1/5W Lucas Wolfe 1164 4
5. 19M Brent Marks 1070 3
6. 14 Lance Dewease 921 1
7. 51 Stevie Smith 770 10
8. 25 Aaron Ott 767 2
9. 87 Alan Krimes 678 2
10. 11c Cory Haas 570 1

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KO's Indiana Bullring Scene Kevin Oldham 10/5 BillW's Knoxville News Bill Wright 8/30 Hoosier Race Report Danny Burton (IN) 10/8
Florida Open Wheel Richard Golardi 10/7 Tri-State Outlook Duane Hancock (OH/IN/MI) 10/7 Not Just Another Racing Column Pastor Dudley Balmer 6/1
Dirt Divas Camisha Miller 10/8

From the Grandstand Ron Rodda (CA) 10/6

A Typical Weekend Pat & Bruce Eckel 10/1

Sprint Car Notes Gaye Carmichael 9/16 Cravin Racin Dana Kuyawa  6/5 Penn Live Jeremy Elliott (Central PA)

An ecstatic Stevie Smith captures the 52nd Annual, World of Outlaw Sprints sanctioned, Williams Grove's Nationals Open collecting the $50,000 first place prize...........ANOTHER HEIN BROTHERS' "ACTION" PHOTOGRAPH

Danny Lasoski earned the 2015 NSL title. Doug Johnson


It was nine years since Auburn’s Andy Forsberg stood in victory lane at the end of the final race of the season at Silver Dollar Speedway. The 2006 Fall Nationals Champions had what could be considered an off year at Chico. His one and only win took place during the opening night of the 2015 race season. However, his dedication to the sport and his friendship with Stephen Allard was evident in his victory lane speech. “This means so much to me and my team,” said Forsberg. “You fans probably think that we drivers hate each other and well probably some of us do, but Stephen and I had a friendship outside of just racing sprint cars and I truly miss racing against him week in and week out.” He added, “To win this race in his honor and to do so with his family here is unbelievable.”



Visitation for Indiana sprint car icon Tony Elliott will be held Sunday from 3-8 p.m. at Warsaw Community Church, with the funeral held Monday, Oct. 12, at 10 a.m. The 54-year-old Elliott, who died last week in a plane crash in South Carolina, will be buried at Oakwood Cemetery in Warsaw, his hometown. In lieu of flowers, the family has established a Tony Elliott Chili Bowl Memorial Foundation. More information will become available in the coming days.


An all open wheel program on Saturday night at the Keller Auto Speedway saw Jace Vander Weerd lead all 30-laps with the USAC West Coast 360 Series to claim the Jim Evett Memorial



Driver Group Photo, The Frank Riddle Memorial sprint car drivers, Citrus County Speedway, Inverness, FL, Saturday, October 3, 2015, Richard Golardi Photo

IRA Sprints Rookie of The Year - Kyle Marten




IRA Sprint 2015 Champion Bill  Rose

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“It’s amazing, Twenty-four years later here we are. This all goes to Fred Rahmer and the crew. They have given me a really good racecar. I tried not to make too many mistakes. They’ve done a really good job and they’re the reason we’re standing out here. I’ve never won a $50,000 to win race, I wanted to win it since Fred won it and I wanted to win it for Fred and I wanted to win it for me and Nikki, too. It has been a really good year and this just tops it off.” Stevie Smith winning the National Open at Williams Grove Speedway PA

“It was my motto, Live and die by the high side! I hope the fans enjoyed it. I know I enjoyed the donuts! I lost my grandfather this year, and I want to dedicate this to him. Just a lot of bad luck this year. It’s great to get this #3 car in Victory Lane with this NSL deal. We’ve been close and we struggled. We drove by everybody tonight and I’m happy about that!” Tim Kaeding winning Greenwood NE NSL

"When we first started coming here, I was the B-main bandit, I've wadded a racecar up here and I never had the best luck here, but man it's really been a good one for us lately. Three wins since SPEED Week last year here. First of all, I've got to thank my dad. He did a really good job setting up the car tonight. It was fun racing with Zach. To race this hard with these guys up here and shake hands about it after the race is pretty awesome." Tyler Thomas winning Belleville IL POWRi Midgets

“I looked up and saw the ‘2’ up on the board, If you win one of these races, you’re going to have to deal with him sooner or later. We were strong enough to hold him off. I can’t thank these guys behind me enough…Matt Wood for giving me an opportunity, and Shane Bowers taking a big leap of faith and coming over and taking this job. We’ve been in a bit of a slump the last two or three weeks, but what a way to break out of it with our first NSL victory.”Bryan Clauson in NSL @ Greenwood NE victory lane.

Stevie Smith won his third career Williams Grove National Open on Sunday evening and took home $50,000. Smith started second and passed pole-sitter Danny Dietrich for the lead on the ninth lap. Smith then held off World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz over the closing laps of the 40-lap event. Logan Schuchart finished third, with Justin Henderson and Brian Montieth in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were: Dietrich, Alan Krimes, Daryn Pittman, Lance Dewease and Cory Haas. The Champion Racing Oil National Open is an event with more than 50 years of history that includes the biggest names in motorsports competing at half-mile Williams Grove Speedway, one of dirt racing’s legendary venues.



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Friday  October 9th 2015 


Will the people in the cheaper seats clap your hands? And the rest of you, if you'll just rattle your jewelry. John Lennon



  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)We are currently being "monsooned" and have cancelled tonights racing program. This will end the 2015 racing season. 10/9
  • USAC)Rain forced Friday's USAC Silver Crown activities at the New York State Fairgrounds to be cancelled. Saturday's "Salt City 78" feature race, part of the track's NAPA "Super Dirt Week," is scheduled to start at 1:30 pm, following a morning practice session. The starting lineup will be determined on Friday morning.10/9
  • Donny Schatz)The numbers say it’s official, but the only certainty for Tony Stewart-Curb Agajanian Racing (TSR) driver Donny Schatz is that there are still six opportunities remaining in the 2015 World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Car Series season. Mathematically, Schatz, the driver of the TSR No. 15 Bad Boy Buggies/Chevrolet Performance J&J, has clinched his seventh WoO championship on the strength of the monster season he and his TSR team are having that has included 30 victories in the season’s first 70 races. But the six-time and reigning WoO champion admits that there is still plenty to accomplish before the season celebration can commence. Press Releases10/9
  • Riverside Int Speedway AR)Saturday, October 10, will be the Fall Nationals - The Races were rained out during qualifying heat races on Oct. 3. Fall Nationals with 360 Wing Sprint 25 lap feature paying $2000 to win will be on Saturday, Oct.10. Arm bands from Oct. 3 will be honored. Prices will be the same: General Admission $20; children 6-11 $5; 5 and Under Free. Pit Passes $30. Classes will be Pancho's 360 Wing Sprints, Late Models, G & S Electric Modifieds, Black Oak Gin 600s, & The Supply House Stocks. Schedule was corrected on 10/5/2015 due to the rain out of the Fall Nationals. October 17 will be a double points night with 360 WS, 305 WS, LM, MOD, & Stocks. Grassroots Nationals will be October 24. The Enduro race was moved to November 7. If you or anyone you know wants to sponsor a class on one of our special races, please let Tommy (901 619-6335) or Clayton (901 508-6200) know. See and Print the corrected Schedule. Competitive and exciting races!! Everyone come on and bring your family, neighbors, and friends to see top notch drivers compete for the win of the Fall Nationals.Cool 10/9

Thursday  October 8th 2015 


It is a wise man that does know the contented man is never poor, whilst the discontented man is never rich. Frank Herbert



  • Scotty Thiel)The final night of Bumper to Bumper IRA 410 Sprint Car racing took place at the Plymouth Dirt Track in Plymouth, WI. Scotty entered the night 7th in IRA points after falling back a few spots in September due to the bad luck of engine misfortunes. Thiel drew a 35 pill which set him to go out 17th out of 30 cars in Qualifying. After being tenth quick on the night, he followed that up with a fourth place finish in the heat and charged his way to a respectable sixth place finish in the feature after starting 13th but falling back due to early contact. Press Releases10/8
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  • Danny Dietrich)With high expectations heading into the conclusion of Pennsylvania’s Month of Money, it was with some disappointment that Danny Dietrich and the Gary Kauffman Racing team did not pick up a victory albeit showing consistent speed. Friday night at Williams Grove at the World of Outlaws ‘tune-up’ event, Dietrich was fast right out of the trailer and came home with a solid runner-up position in the final race at Williams Grove before the Champion Oil National Open. Press Releases10/8
  • Eldora Speedway OH)The engines will fire up one more time, before Eldora Speedway hibernates for the winter months. On October 10, the final race of the 2015 schedule takes place at Eldora as the UNOH Sprintacular will feature the winged All Star Circuit of Champions Sprint Cars, the winged NRA (National Racing Alliance) Sprint Invaders and the non-winged BOSS (Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series). Press Releases10/8
  • Joe Trenca)Joe Trenca was derailed by a broken nose wing on Tuesday during a Lucas Oil Empire Sprint Series event at Utica-Rome Speedway. "We drew pretty bad to start the night," he said. "We started at the back of our heat race and made it up to fifth." Press Releases10/8
  • SOD)Hoosier Racing Tire and Sprints On Dirt recently conducted tire testing of the 2016 SOD spec tires. While the new SOD tires immediately affect SOD, they are destined to eventually have a significant impact on the entire world of sprint car racing. While support classes may provide a way for some tracks to support their headline sprint class or start a sprint class, nothing has really been done to help premier traveling organizations to boost car counts. Press Releases10/8
  • Team ILP)Inside Line Promotions drivers Sam Hafertepe Jr., Johnny Herrera and Henry Van Dam each captured a victory last weekend. Hafertepe Jr. picked up his fourth win of the season and third with the ASCS Red River Region on Saturday at Timberline Speedway in Corley, Texas. Press Releases10/8
  • Dodge City Raceway Park KS)Dodge City Raceway Park finished off yet another stellar season of racing action with the recent Third Annual Jerry Soderberg Memorial on Saturday night, September 26. Now, all that remains is to recognize each of the track’s top competitors with the distribution of the hardware and point fund money at the track’s annual awards banquet. Press Releases10/8



  • Ben Cook Racing)We would like to take this time to thank our racing family and friends for their Love and Prayers during our brother Bill's illness and passing, although we struggle with it mightily we are Confident he is in the presence of his Lord and Savior, Jesus!!!, we have truly felt God's Love through your support....we would also like to put to rest rumors of our impending "buy-out"....WE HAVE NO SUCH PLANS AND HAVE TALKED TO NO ONE ABOUT ANY SUCH THING!!!!, we are still here making and selling all of our well known products....THANK YOU ALL......Dan, Ben and all of the Cook family.... 10/8
  • Penn Live)World of Outlaws provisional system rewards mediocrity over performance 10/8
  • Column)Camisha Miller has an interview with Jenn Nissen in Dirt Divas10/8
  • Tasker Phillips)Tasker Phillips has been awarded a lettering package for 2016 from Speedway Graphics of Omaha, Nebraska! Speedway Graphics has been presenting the “From the Tail Award” all season long. The FVP National Sprint League driver starting the furthest back in the feature each night, benefited from a $50 gift certificate from Speedway Graphics. Press Releases10/8
  • AHG Sprint Cars)IT’s not long now before the first shots are fired in the 2015-16 AHG Sprintcar Series. When round one kicks off in just over a week there will be 24 drivers ready to have a red-hot crack. It is an interesting mix of experienced campaigners who are capable of mixing it on the national stage, through to a few rookies. And the good news is a few more drivers will be expected to be on-track for the second round of the series in early November. AHG Sprintcar Series, Rd1 nominations – Perth Motorplex, October 17: 8 David Priolo, 10 Andrew Priolo, 14 Jason Pryde, 20 Ryan Lancaster, 22 Brodie Minchin, 25 Taylor Milling, 32 Jake Beard-Miller, 37 Jacob Lucas, 42 Ben Butcher, 45 Daryl Clayden, 46 Lee Nash, 57 Shaun Bradford, 66 Robert Watson, 73 Callum Williamson, 77 Brad Maiolo, 79 Scott Chatwin, 83 Troy Lawson, 87 Carl Dowling, 89 Kye Scroop, 90 Ryan Farrell, 92 Jason Kendrick, 97 Mitchell Wormall, 98 Jamie Buszan, 99 Jamie Maiolo. For more information LIKE the Sprintcar Entrants Group on Facebook.10/8
  • Column)Danny Burton has notes from Gas City I-69 Speedway in Hoosier Race Report 10/8
  • USAC)Leading every lap, Cory Elliott of Bakersfield, California won Saturday’s Honda USAC Western Midget feature at Hanford’s Keller Auto Speedway. The 15-year old driver dominated the action to earn his first series win at the “Jim Evett Memorial.” Sean Dodenhoff, Fast Qualifier Ronnie Gardner, Michael Faccinto, and Alex Schutte followed Elliott to the checkered flags. USAC 10/8

Wednesday  October 7th 2015 


Good things happen when you meet strangers. Yo-Yo Ma



  • Jordyn Charge)The 410 Sprintcar debut for Jordyn Charge has been a long time in the making, but this Saturday night at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway for the second round of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW, the teenager will finally realise a dream. Turning 16 this week, the Victorian-based Charge, driving the Vic # 60 InCharge Racing Maxim, is finally going to be able to unleash in competition at the daunting Valvoline Raceway track. Press Releases10/7
  • Shaun Dobson)Encouraging improvement from a neck injury has paved the way for Shaun Dobson’s return to 410 Sprintcars that has been scheduled in just under a fortnight’s time. Back in July, Dobson sustained a fractured T7 vertebra in a massive crash during his American racing debut that took place at Tulare Thunderbowl Raceway in California for the running of the second annual Peter Murphy Classic. Press Releases10/7
  • Antony Jeffrey)After a hiatus of five seasons, Antony Jeffrey is set to return to 410 Sprintcars this month, when he will launch his 2015-16 season at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway. Since stepping away from full-time racing duties at Valvoline Raceway, Jeffrey has acted as a car owner – for both local and international competitors – and has also spent some time racing in America in recent years in the IMCA RaceSaver Sprintcar class. Press Releases10/7
  • Valvoline Raceway AU)James McFadden is not a man who blames others. He’ll take the heat personally if that’s what’s required and after the heartbreak of having his race win literally pickpocketed in the last 20 metres by arch rival Jamie Veal last Saturday night the 26 year old is vowing not to make the same mistake this time around. Press Releases10/7
  • J&J Auto Racing)A pair of J&J Auto Racing drivers came home victorious last weekend in action with the National Sprint League (NSL) and American Sprint Car Series. Bryan Clauson captured the NSL Feature in Nebraska and Sam Hafertepe, Jr. was the ASCS winner in Texas. Press Releases10/7
  • Column)Duane Hancock has notes from Eldora 4 Crown Nationals in Tri-State Outlook 10/7
  • I-30 Speedway AR)For general society, this tenth month of the year is most commonly referred to as October. But, in Sprint Car racing circles, it is best known as “Short Track Nationals” month. It’s no different in 2015, with the 28th running of the event set for October 29-31 following the Third Annual Short Track Nationals Open on Wednesday night, October 28. Per usual, the final weekend of October is when the full attention of the racing world shifts to Little Rock’s I-30 Speedway in central Arkansas for the 28th Annual COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires. Press Releases10/7
  • National Open Kick-It)With grit, determination and generous support of hundreds of race fans, drivers, sponsors, and many others, the 2015 National Open Kick-It Tournament was a resounding success. Despite Mother Nature forcing some last minute changes, playing indoors at the Yellow Breeches Sports Center went very smoothly. We are all extremely grateful for the hard work and effort everyone has put in to raise nearly $14,000 for Kick-It! Over the past four years the National Open Kick-It Tournament, along with the help of Jeff Gordon, has sent over $150,000 to Children's Cancer research. It's an incredible feat that everyone in the racing community should be proud of.Central PA 10/7
  • Oswego Speedway NY)With the 2015 Oswego Speedway season in the books, focus now to shifts to the Mitchell’s Speedway Press Oswego Speedway Hall of Fame Banquet set to be hosted by the Lake Ontario Event and Conference Center on Saturday, November 7. Press Releases10/7
  • Premier Speedway AU)The 2016 Lucas Oil Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic is once again set to be one of the Blue Ribbon weekend’s on the Australian Sprintcar calendar with the weekend on January 22 to 24, 2016 forming part of a massive ten day stretch of Sprintcar racing at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool. As was always the intention of the Premier Speedway Club Management and Board, a working party was selected post the second of the three night Classic’s back in January to discuss a number of matters regarding the event, both on and off the race track! Press Releases10/7
  • USAC)The cars and stars of the USAC West Coast Sprint Car Series are back in action this Saturday, October 10th, at Tulare, California’s Thunderbowl Raceway. Promoted by Steve Faria, the “KRC Safety Fall Shootout” will be the sixth and final appearance of the year at the fast 1/3-mile oval. The action packed card will also feature the winged King of the West and Western RaceSaver Sprint Cars. The front gates will open at 4:00pm, time trials will begin at 6:00pm, with racing scheduled for 7:00pm. For more event information, visit the track’s website at or call 559.688.0909. USAC 10/7
  • USAC)The cars and stars of the USAC West Coast Sprint Car Series are back in action this Saturday, October 10th, at Tulare, California’s Thunderbowl Raceway. Promoted by Steve Faria, the “KRC Safety Fall Shootout” will be the sixth and final appearance of the year at the fast 1/3-mile oval. The action packed card will also feature the winged King of the West and Western RaceSaver Sprint Cars. The front gates will open at 4:00pm, time trials will begin at 6:00pm, with racing scheduled for 7:00pm. For more event information, visit the track’s website at or call 559.688.0909. USAC 10/7
  • Winter Heat Showdown)Rico Abreu is the latest driver committed to race throughout the 2nd annual Winter Heat Sprint Car Showdown. Abreu, who took his success in dirt racing to pavement this year, will return to his dirt roots at Cocopah Speedway on Jan. 1-2, Jan. 5 and Jan. 8-9, 2016, for the marquee 410ci sprint car event. "I'm spending Christmas at home this year and then I'll go to Winter Heat," he said. "I wish I would have done it last year." Press Releases10/7
  • Cody Wampler)Cody Wampler enjoyed a successful 2015 season driving sprint cars for Randall Buzbee. The team recorded a pair of feature victories, including Wampler's first since 2003, and captured 10 top-10 finishes during 16 races. "To get a couple of wins and that long stretch of several weeks finishing in the top five, it was a great season," Wampler said. "Outside of the motor stuff we didn't tear up anything. We knocked one front end down. We stayed out of trouble. Obviously we'd like to minimize those engine issues, but outside of that it's been very good." Press Releases10/7
  • Brandon Hanks)Brandon Hanks garnered his 17th top 10 of the season last Saturday at Timberline Speedway. Hanks and his David Smith Racing team opened the ASCS Red River Region event by winning a heat race from the pole. "We led all the laps and we were pretty good," he said. "I came in and thought I was too free. We were good out front, but there wasn't much passing going on. I thought the track would slick up some more for the feature." Press Releases10/7



  • ESS)Utica-Rome Speedway NY...10/6...SPRINT CARS A-MAIN FINISH (25 LAPS)-STEWART FRIESEN, Paul Kinney, Justin Barger, Mike Mahaney, Matt Turner, Danny Varin, Chuck Hebing, Jason Schultz, Kevin Albert, Cory Sparks, Mike Stelter, Dave Axton, Joe Trenca, Charlie Donk, Shawn Donath, Ryan Susice, Paul Habeck, Jeff Cook, Dave Just, Jason Barney, Lee Sanders, and Pete Richardson. DNS- Kelly Hebing. 10/7


  • Jason Statler)Following some bad luck with the King of the West Series a couple of weeks ago, Jason Statler and his DF Rios team were back in action over the weekend at the Silver Dollar Speedway for the 23rd Annual Fall Nationals, and Statler would pocket his 12th and 13th Top-10 finishes of the season. Press Releases10/7
  • KSE Racing Products)With big money on the line this time of year, it has been the same story for drivers and teams using KSE Racing Products as it has been since February. Weathering a nasty storm in Pennsylvania, Stevie Smith was able to turn in a dominating performance at the Williams Grove Speedway on Sunday night as he used his KSE Racing Products to return to victory lane at the National Open for the first time since 1991. Press Releases10/7
  • Keller Auto Speedway CA)Friday night at the Keller Auto Speedway the Duinkerken Farms King of Kings 360 Series will come to a close as the season finale will also act as the finale for the four-race Battle For The Milk Can mini-series. Leading the field into the season finale is Cory Eliason. From nearby Kingsburg, CA, Eliason comes into Friday night’s event with one win to his credit in 2015, but holds a 49 point advantage over Craig Stidham in the season long championship chase. Press Releases10/7
  • Joey Saldana)The World of Outlaws Sprint Cars will join the Big Block Modifieds and Super DIRT Week with a lone event Saturday, Oct. 10 at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park. Joey Saldana, piloting the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop 71M, qualified fourth last year and finished a very respectable fifth. Saldana’s best finish at the New York track was second in 2007. Press Releases10/7
  • Team Turner)Team Turner Racing finished their 2015 racing season at the 11th annual Canadian Sprint Car Nationals by celebrating another team first. SEPTEMBER 17 - CSCN TEST & TUNE Jamie and sons Cory and Ryan all turned some laps in the Test & Tune at Ohsweken on Thursday. The track was very tacky, with many drivers turning the fastest laps of the season. "We had a great night at test and tune," Cory noted. "We worked on some new setups on a very fast race track!" Press Releases10/7
  • Indy Race Parts would like to congratulate Jamie Veal, Jace Vander Weerd, Bill Rose (IRA Sprint Champion) and everyone else that supports Indy Race Parts. If you need any New or Used Sprint Car, Midget, or 600 parts we are your one stop shop with the best prices around. Call 317.244.9437 for more info or find us on Twitter, @indyraceparts or on our newly updated website, 10/7
  • All Stars)For the final time in 2015, Tony Stewart’s “New” UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions will headline action on competitive soil, showcasing high-powered sprint cars and superior driving talent for avid fans and supporters, alike. The regional travels will conclude their 2015 campaign this Saturday evening, October 10, during the UNOH Sprintacular at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio. UNOH All Star competitors have been making routine visits to the Eldora half-mile since 1981, taking part in 137 prior contested events, with Saturday’s UNOH Sprintacular raising the bar to 138. Like previous years, the 2015 edition of the UNOH Sprintacular will feature a total of three open wheel divisions, including the K&L Ready Mix NRA “360” Sprint Invaders, Mo Vaughn Transport Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (B.O.S.S.) non-wing sprint cars and the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions. All Stars 10/7
  • USAC)Taking the lead from Stevie Sussex on lap eleven, R.J. Johnson of Laveen, Arizona continued his assault on the USAC SouthWest Sprint record books. By claiming Saturday’s $1750 victory at Arizona Speedway, the two-time champion earned his series leading thirty-first career win. “Chargin” Charles Davis Jr., “The Magic Man” Mike Martin, Top Qualifier Tom Ogle, and Matt Rossi followed Johnson to the checkered flags. USAC 10/7
  • USAC)Leading all 30-laps, Jace Vander Weerd of Visalia, California won Saturday’s “Jim Evett Memorial” at Hanford’s Keller Auto Speedway. For Vander Weerd, the USAC West Coast Sprint Car triumph earned $1,500 plus an additional $3,000 from lap money raised by the Evett family. Mike Spencer, “Hollywood” Danny Faria Jr., Fast Qualifier Jake Swanson, and Richard Vander Weerd rounded out the top-five drivers. USAC 10/7

Tuesday  October 6th 2015 

   I also believe that when one dies, one may wake up to the reality that proves that time does not exist. Thor Heyerdahl



  • Thunderbowl Raceway CA)Wooster, Ohio's Jac Haudenschild is coming to California a week early & will be in action with the King of the West 410 Sprint Car Series this Saturday night. The Wild Child is a two-time Trophy Cup champion in his career & will be aboard a Roth Motorsports entry each of the next two weekend's at Thunderbowl Raceway. Both of Haudenschild's Trophy Cup wins have come while driving for Dennis & Teresa Roth. Press Releases10/6
  • Column)Richard Golardi has "The Frank Riddle Memorial Race Night” Florida Open Wheel10/6
  • Craig Dollansky)Up next for the TKS Motorsports team this past weekend was a trip to ‘The Cornhusker State’ as Craig Dollansky joined the National Sprint League for the ‘Fearless 410 Finale’ as the series wrapped up their inaugural season at I-80 Speedway. Ready to go on Friday for night one of the doubleheader, the race program got off to a rough start as Dollansky registered the 18th fastest lap in qualifying. On the front row for heat competition, the Casey’s General Stores #2KS sprinter secured a direct transfer position to the feature finishing in 2nd. Press Releases10/6
  • World of Outlaws)The 44th Annual NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week kicks off this week in Upstate New York with the Super DIRTcar Big Block Modifieds taking center stage on Sunday. Before the Syracuse 200 hits the track at the historic Moody Mile though, the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series joins the week's festivities on Saturday at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park. DIRT/World of Outlaws 10/6
  • Sam Hafertepe Jr)Sam Hafertepe Jr. returned to Victory Lane last Saturday at Timberline Speedway, which became the third different track that he and car owner Keith Dobbs have won ASCS Red River Region races this season. "It went real well," Hafertepe Jr. said. "When we got there the track was quite a bit slicker than we imagined. That caught us off-guard in the heat race. We managed to get through there and run second." Press Releases10/6
  • Zach Blurton)Zach Blurton put together his best campaign in a sprint car this season. Blurton scored his first career sprint car championship by winning the United Rebel Sprint Series Kansas Region and he recorded his second straight runner-up finish in the URSS National standings. He also tied a season high with three feature victories. Press Releases10/6
  • Andy Gregg)The Fall Nationals in Chico, CA have been a feast or famine event for Andy Gregg the last few years. During the 2014 event, Gregg was involved in a nasty wreck during the opening night Dash, before going to a back up car and finishing in the Top-10 during the finale, and 2015 saw Gregg have issues during both feature events that knocked him out of competition. Press Releases10/6
  • Jamie Ball)Jamie Ball ended his season on a positive note last weekend at I-80 Speedway. Ball guided his White Lightning Motorsports sprint car to a fifth-place finish during the Carpetland Nebraska 360 Sprints event at the high-banked track. Press Releases10/6
  • Caleb Helms)Caleb Helms will wrap up his season this weekend with a pair of races in Ohio. Helms caps the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions schedule on Saturday at Eldora Speedway near Rossburg before his season ends on Sunday at Millstream Speedway in his hometown of Findlay. Press Releases10/6
  • Bad Boy Indy Invitational)History will be made as the first indoor Dirt Midget and Outlaw Kart races in Indianapolis will take place inside Bankers Life Fieldhouse during the Bad Boy Indy Invitational on Saturday, December 12, 2015, as part of a massive motorsports weekend downtown. After the Indiana Pacers close out their home game against the Miami Heat on Friday, December 11, a dirt-oval track race will be formed inside Bankers Life Fieldhouse overnight using 50 loads of premium dirt and 800 feet of steel barrier and fencing. Press Releases10/6
  • Channin Tankersley)Channin Tankersley ended with a DNF last Saturday at Timberline Speedway. "It didn't go very well," he said. "We started out behind the eight ball and just didn't have enough opportunity to get the car better. The track was pretty slick and not very racy. The combination of the two just didn't work out for us." Press Releases10/6
  • Terry McCarl)Terry McCarl and the TMAC Motorsports #24 team finished up their campaign with the FVP National Sprint League last weekend at I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska. The Altoona, Iowa driver finished third on Friday night, before suffering some mechanical issues Saturday that resulted in a ninth place finish. TMAC would end up fifth in the driver standings. His next outing will be October 15-17 at the Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare, California for the Trophy Cup aboard the Country Builders Construction #88. Press Releases10/6
  • Derek Hagar)Derek Hagar is hopeful the weather forecast for this weekend stays positive. Hagar plans to compete on Saturday at Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, Ala., with the USCS Series. "I've never been there so it's a new race track for us," he said. "I'm pretty excited to go there. Every time we've tried to go there it's been rained out." Press Releases10/6



  • Robbie Price)Traveling to Chico, CA over the weekend to compete in the Fall Nationals, Robbie Price was scheduled to run in both nights of the event, but a preliminary race wreck on Friday night would doom the remainder of his weekend. Press Releases10/6
  • DJ Netto)Planning to take the weekend off to get ready for a very busy three-week stretch in California, DJ Netto and his DNR team made a last minute decision to head to the Fall Nationals in Chico, CA where Netto picked up a couple of Top-10 finishes against a star-studded field of competitors. “The track was pretty slick both nights, and I really have to thank my guys for working hard to get us better in it each time we hit the track,” Netto said. Press Releases10/6
  • Greg DeCaires)Returning to the track for the first time since clinching the Placerville Speedway Championship, Greg DeCaires and his Dale Miller Motorsports team headed to the Silver Dollar Speedway for the final night of the Fall Nationals where DeCaires was able to work his way from 11th to finish fourth. Press Releases10/6
  • Justyn Cox)Justyn Cox had a good Friday night going at the Silver Dollar Speedway during the opening night of the Fall Nationals, but a violent wreck on the eighth lap would bring Cox’s weekend to a violent end. “It was early in the feature event, but I felt we were on our way to a nice Fall Nationals opener,” Justyn Cox said. “We got to battling for position, and some contact with another competitor resulted in a pretty hard crash.” Press Releases10/6
  • Johnny Herrera)Johnny Herrera captured one of the most special victories of his storied career last Saturday at Aztec Speedway. Herrera recorded his ninth victory of the season during the inaugural Joe Herrera Memorial - an ASCS Southwest Region event that honored his father, who passed away earlier this year. Press Releases10/6
  • Matt Peterson)Taking to the Silver Dollar Speedway for the 23rd Annual Fall Nationals in Chico, CA over the weekend, Matt Peterson would turn in a very strong showing on Friday night that saw him advance from his 21st starting position to finish 10th, before a nasty wreck during time trials on Saturday night ended his weekend, and potentially his season. Press Releases10/6
  • Sean Becker)Sean Becker and his Menne Motorsports team had a strong final weekend of 2015 that saw ‘The Shark’ land on the podium during both nights of the 2015 Fall Nationals. “Overall it was a great weekend, and a great way to end our 2015 season together,” Sean Becker said. “I feel so lucky to drive for Dan Menne and his family and work with Mike and Carol McCann with Cherry Street Mini Storage.” Press Releases10/6
  • Dale Blaney)After looking at a dire forecast for Central Pennsylvania, Dale Blaney and his Mainstream Holdings, Inc., backed CH Motorsports team decided to race closer to home last weekend. Blaney, who had planned to head to the 53rd annual National Open at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa., competed on Sunday at Atomic Speedway during the Freedom 40. Press Releases10/6
  • Steven Tiner)Teaming up with the Steve Duppman Racing and Scotty McMillin No. 10 machine for the 23rd Annual Fall Nationals, Steven Tiner had a tough weekend. “We had horrible luck both nights, and I fell bad for Steve and Scotty because they worked hard on getting this deal ready for the Fall Nationals,” Steven Tiner said. Press Releases10/6
  • Mason Moore)Having a tough go during the Fall Nationals opener on Friday night, Mason Moore would bounce back on Saturday and finish in the 16th spot. “It wasn’t the greatest weekend, but I was happy we were able to rebound on Saturday after a pretty rough night on Friday,” Mason Moore said. “I really have to thank everyone on this team for continuing to work hard and support me.” Press Releases10/6
  • Justin Sanders)Climbing aboard the Friends and Family Racing No. x1 machine for the 23rd Annual Fall Nationals, Justin Sanders would lead laps during the Saturday night feature event before falling back to finish in the seventh spot. “I was very pleased with how things went in what was our first time ever working together, and I thank everyone involved a ton for making it happen,” Sanders said. “We had a great car on Saturday night but I burnt the left rear tire off of it, and we lost some spots late in the feature event.” Press Releases10/6
  • Jonathan Allard)Jonathan Allard and his Tri-C Motorsports team took part in the Silver Dollar Speedway’s final weekend of racing of the 2015 season, and Allard would finish fifth in a weekend that honored it late brother, Stephen. “It is a race that definitely means a lot to me and my family, and to run well during both night’s was great.,” Allard said. “I would have loved to have gotten a win, but it wasn’t in the cards.” Press Releases10/6
  • Jace Vander Weerd)Saturday night at the Keller Auto Speedway, Jace Vander Weerd put together a very strong performance that saw him score his first win of the 2015 season, as he led all 30-laps to win the Sixth Annual Jim Evett Memorial. Press Releases10/6
  • David Gravel)Winning the National Open in 2014, David Gravel was disappointed with his showing during the rain-shortened event that took place on Sunday night at the Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, PA after the scheduled three day event was cut short due to severe weather. “Coming back to the National Open, I had hoped to run well again after winning the race in 2014, but it was not in the cards for us,” Gravel said. “We just could not get going and it made for a really long night.” Press Releases10/6
  • Brian Brown)Brian Brown and the Casey’s General Stores/FVP #21 team put the FVP National Sprint League behind them in the series’ finale at the I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska last weekend. The Grain Valley, Missouri driver posted a fourth place finish in the prelim before finishing eighth in the finale. The team will regroup and prepare for the World Finals in Charlotte, North Carolina, November 5-7. You started the weekend well. Friday, you came out 28th, but still laid down quick time. Obviously, it’s very important to qualify well. Lately, I’ve been messing up one corner or the other, so to get quick time was good for the team. Our Charlie Garrett motors and Maxim Chassis are always good. Press Releases10/6
  • NSL)Danny Lasoski won the inaugural FVP National Sprint League title, and a look at the numbers tells us why. But who won the most heats, had the most quick times or hard-chargers? Who led the most A main laps? A look at the numbers gives us those answers… National Sprint League 10/6
  • Ryan Smith)Ryan Smith accomplished his main objective on Sunday at Williams Grove Speedway. Smith advanced into his first career National Open feature during the 53rd edition of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event, which had been consolidated from a three-day spectacle to a one-day show because of a rainy weekend. Press Releases10/6
  • Tommy Tarlton)Carson Macedo and his Tarlton Racing team made the trip up north to the Silver Dollar Speedway to take part in the 2015 Fall Nationals. Macedo would have a strong weekend of racing that saw him finish second during the Friday night opener, before working his way from 20th to finish ninth on Saturday night. Press Releases10/6
  • Jack Dover)Jack Dover captured his first career Carpetland Nebraska 360 Sprints championship last weekend thanks to a podium finish during the season finale at I-80 Speedway. Dover kicked off the event on Friday by winning a heat race from the pole. He then advanced from sixth to second place during the qualifier to garner the third starting position for Saturday's main event. Press Releases10/6
  • Open Wheel Driving School, Sippel Racin’) With Fall coming on strong and most racing series’ in the state of Wisconsin wrapping up, you still have one more opportunity to drive a winged sprint car. The Open Wheel Driving School will be holding it's last School of 2015 on Saturday, October 17, 12 noon at the 141 Speedway in Francis Creek, WI. We've just moved this date from our previously scheduled date on the 10th and hope to have you help us throw some dirt. We have a few spaces available so why not sign up for the thrill ride you'll be talking about all winter. See you there. Contact Randy Sippel at 920.876.3166 or 715.324.5444  10/6
  • Column)Ron Rodda has notes from two nights of action in Chico CA From the Grandstand10/6
  • NWWT)Before the start of the 2015 campaign Tim Alberding had never won a race with the Northwest Wingless Tour let alone a championship title. By season's end both feats would be accomplished by the Salem, Oregon chauffeur. “The year went really well,” commented Alberding, “we started off the season with a third (at Cottage Grove) then a win at Elma followed by a second at Elma and a win at Banks the next week. From then we had a great year going for us and tried to not screw it up.”
  • DIRTCar)Dave Blaney, the Buckeye Bullet from Hartford, Ohio, and a former NASCAR star, will be among the entrants trying to capture Sundays Syracuse 200 during NAPA Super DIRT Weeks Finale at the Fairgrounds celebration this week. DIRT/World of Outlaws 10/6
  • Landon Simon)On behalf of Landon Simon Racing, please enjoy this action-packed USAC Sprint Car video featuring Mt Baker Vapor and Landon Simon. The video includes LoudPedal footage from the 2014 and 2015 seasons and was edited by Corey Michalek. 10/6
  • King of the West)With the KWS season winding down and only three races left Campbell’s Bud Kaeding brings the slimmest of point leads over Lemoore’s Carson Macedo into the KRC Safety Fall Shootout this Saturday at Thunderbowl Raceway. The event on Saturday works as a nice prelude into next week’s Trophy Cup at the one-third mile oval and a very stout field is set to be on hand. Also on the card will be the USAC West Coast Wingless 360 Sprints, giving fans the best of both worlds at the always action packed Thunderbowl. Saturday is the final time for drivers to have a chance at tuning up for the aforementioned Trophy Cup, which kicks-off on Thursday October 15. KoW, JH Wingless, Civil War 10/6
  • Max Stambaugh)“Mad Max” Stambaugh will join the K&L Ready Mix NRA Sprint Invaders for the final time this season on Saturday, October 10, at the world famous Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio. The NRA 360 sprint car program will co-headline the UNOH Sprintacular at the “Big E” on Saturday night, joining the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions and the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (B.O.S.S.) non-wing sprint cars for an open wheel triple-header. Despite the NRA point season officially coming to a close on August 7, this non-point event will still award a hefty $2,000 top prize, as well as help close-out another year of competitive 360 sprint car competition in the “Buckeye State.”Press Releases10/6
  • Attica Raceway Park OH)The drivers who finished in the top 10 in points in the weekly four divisions at Attica Raceway Park will share in a record $63,000 during the Nov. 20th awards banquet. The banquet will be held in the Attica Fairgrounds Banquet Hall with doors opening Friday, Nov. 20th at 6 p.m. followed by a buffet dinner at 6:30 p.m. and the awards starting at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased by contact Rex LeJeune, Director of Operations, at 419-680-5606. Press Releases10/6
  • Florida Open Wheel)Link for race video from Richard Golardi: YouTube video - "The Frank Riddle Memorial, Citrus County Speedway, 10-3-2015" 10/6

Monday  October 5th 2015 


You're only as good as the people you hire. Ray Kroc



  • Photos)Lots of weekend photos with many from Williams Grove Speedway are in SpeedShotz10/5
  • Brock Zearfoss)After failing to qualify for the Champion Racing Oil National Open A-main during his last two attempts, the “Jonestown Jet” Brock Zearfoss finally made his National Open main event debut. Zearfoss, pilot of the Brock Zearfoss Racing, Moose’s LZ Bar and Grill, Central Builders Supply, Leach’s Automotive Service, Meckley’s Limestone, #3Z, 410 sprint car, qualified for the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series sanctioned event by finishing second during his respective heat race. The Jonestown, Pennsylvania, native finished 24th officially during the 40-lap, $50,000-to-win main event; going pit-side with seven laps remaining due to a flat rear tire. Despite a tough end to an exciting evening, Zearfoss was proud of his team’s accomplishments and looks ahead to future starts with the “Greatest Show on Dirt.” Press Releases10/5
  • Danny Holtgraver)For the final time in 2015, Danny Holtgraver will join the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions in hopes of securing his first series victory of the season. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, native will venture west to the legendary Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio, on Saturday, October 10, ready to take part in the UNOH Sprintacular. The UNOH All Stars will share the “Big E” with two other sprint car divisions during the 2015 Eldora Speedway finale; the NRA “360” Sprint Invaders and the Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (B.O.S.S.) non-wing sprint cars. Danny Holtgraver is a former UNOH All Star winner at Eldora Speedway and will look to revisit the victory lane stage this Saturday night. Press Releases10/5
  • ASCS Red River)When the Lone Star Speedway in Kilgore, Texas does a special event, it’s going to be big and this Saturday night is no exception as the high-banked oval hosts the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Red River Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products in the $3,000 to win, $300 to start Texas State Championship. Kade Morton continues to lead the Red River Region standings with 53 points over Shawn Petersen. Trying to hold off Joe Wood, Jr., the Texas driver holds has a 11 point buffer over the Young Tool Co. No. 11. ASCS 10/5
  • Sprintcar All Stars AU)Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Stars Series are very pleased to welcome Velocita Safety Australia back on board for the oncoming season. Velocita Manager Mark Smith has again offered to support the All Stars with an SFI/5 full custom design & fit race suit with unlimited embroidery and built in arm restraints. The suit also features NASCAR boot cuffs, Euro back gusset and 360 radial arms. The retail value is $1275. Press Releases10/5
  • Greg Wilson)Jared Benson, program manager for Guardian’s Custom Glass Solutions (CGS), recently came up with a new idea involving embedding logos into windshields for auto racing. “I was watching my friend, Sprint Car racer Greg Wilson, compete and I noticed all of the trucks used to transport the racecars were always visible in the pit area during the race,” Benson says. “I knew we provide the windshields for most of those trucks and it occurred to me that there was an opportunity in those windshields.”Jared’s idea was to embed LEDs into the windshield of the truck used to transport a Sprint Car from race to race. The LEDs, which are completely sealed within the glass, promote Greg Wilson Racing.“I was surprised when Jared first mentioned the concept, as I had no idea LEDs could go inside the glass. I thought it was an interesting idea and told him to go ahead,” says Wilson.With support from Greg Brecht and Tim Frey at Guardian’s Science and Technology Center in Carleton, Mich., Benson and the CGS team at the Upper Sandusky, Ohio, glass fabrication facility designed the LED circuits and manufactured the windshield. “The windshield looks even better than I expected, a lot of people ask us about it,” Wilson says. “It really stands out on the truck, especially during night races. We now have a very unique way to promote our brand at the races and on the road.” 10/5
  • Jackson Delamont)It was a good debut for Jackson Delamont on Saturday night at Valvoline Raceway in the opening meeting of the season, despite an early altercation with another driver. Jackson recovered from that, minus a front wing, to finish a creditable thirteenth and kick off his season strongly. Press Releases10/5
  • Chase Johnson)Chase Johnson wrapped up last weekend's 23rd annual Fall Nationals with an 11 th-place result. "It went well," he said. "The typical bad luck of our season is still going on, but Saturday went smooth. Things went our way if you can believe it." Press Releases10/5
  • Dominic Scelzi)Dominic Scelzi had a breakout performance last weekend that even surprised himself. Scelzi capped the Fearsome 410 Finale, which ended the inaugural FVP National Sprint League season, with a podium finish at I-80 Speedway during his debut in the Midwest with George Lasoski. "I was so surprised with how everything went," he said. "Jumping in a car I had sat in for five minutes before we went to the track, it was completely different than anything I'd driven. In the first hot-lap session I felt so far off the pace. Then we qualified so strong. We made small changes to the car all night." Press Releases10/5
  • NCRA)For the second year in a row, the battle for the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products sprint car division championship will come down to two drivers, just as it did just one year ago. Press Releases10/5
  • Sammy Swindell)Sammy Swindell patiently waited for the opportunity to compete with CJB Motorsports last weekend during the 53rd annual National Open. Rain condensed the three-day World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event into a one-day, $50,000-to-win show on Sunday at Williams Grove Speedway. "There's not much you can do about it," he said. "The way it was going to be with three days it'd give us an opportunity to get more track time and maybe find a little better setup or do little tweaks. The way it was we had to wait around and run the one night." Press Releases10/5
  • Jason Sides)The 53rd annual National Open wasn't a great experience for Jason Sides. The three-day World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event at Williams Grove Speedway was consolidated into a one-day race on Sunday at the half-mile oval thanks to rainy weather all weekend. "They could have had a really nice track," he said. "From the time we got there at 1 p.m. on Sunday they were rolling and packing the track. It was already overcast. They continued to beat down on it. They just made it concrete." Press Releases10/5
  • Ian Madsen)Back in May, Ian Madsen and his KCP Racing team took a look at the NSL Championship Standings and saw they were sitting in the 13th spot. Rolling their sleeves up and going to work, Madsen and company were able to rebound in a big way, as the 2015 NSL season came to a close with Madsen sitting second in the point standings. Press Releases10/5
  • Bryan Clauson)Bryan Clauson and the Matt Wood Racing #17w team have been on the edge of their first FVP National Sprint League series win all season. Everything came together in the series’ final weekend when the Noblesville, Indiana driver led all 25 laps on Friday at the I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska. A top five finish in Saturday’s finale also secured the third place standing in owner points for the team. Bryan will compete in POWRi midget action Friday in Jacksonville, Illinois, before the #17w team moves on to the All Stars season finale at Eldora Speedway near Rossburg, Ohio. An open show on Sunday at Millstream Speedway in Findlay, Ohio is also planned. Press Releases10/5
  • Trey Starks)Last weekend turned out extremely different than Trey Starks planned. Starks flew across the country to compete during the 53rd annual National Open at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa., for Jeff McCall. However, after raining out on Thursday and seeing the extended forecast of wet weather throughout the weekend Starks returned to his home state to compete in the season finale at Grays Harbor Raceway on Saturday. Press Releases10/5
  • Patrick Dills)Patrick Dills accomplished each of his lofty goals during his second season in a sprint car. Dills claimed his first career track championship at Cottage Grove Speedway and captured three feature wins among other aspirations in 2015. "My goals at the beginning of the season were to pick up some wins, win the extreme sprints championship, finish top 10 in points in the 360s and get Rookie of the Year in the 360s," he said. "I got third in points in the 360s and I think I got Rookie of the Year. Every single goal was made." Press Releases10/5
  • Henry Van Dam)Henry Van Dam capped his season in the Northwest as perfectly as possible. Van Dam led the distance of both the scramble and main event on Saturday at Grays Harbor Raceway, where he captured his fifth triumph of the season - a new season high - en route to claiming his second career track championship. Press Releases10/5
  • Tim Kaeding)Tim Kaeding waited all year to score his first NSL win, but he did it in thrilling fashion on Saturday night as he picked up the win during the season finale as he charged his way from his 14th starting spot. “I had been saying it the last few weeks, but we were getting stronger each night out, and Saturday night we were able to do something really special, and I am so excited to grab the NSL finale for this entire Lunstra Motorsports team,” Tim Kaeding said. Press Releases10/5
  • Dirt Network)The inaugural Freedom 40 at Atomic Speedway (Waverly, OH) took place in 1990, but there was never a more dominating performance than the ones fans witnessed last night as Cole Duncan dominated the race from it's onset. The Lockbourne, OH native got off to a hot start on the evening when he timed in 2nd quick out of the 32 cars that took time. To read more on Duncan's incredible performance click here.
  • ASCS SW)Coming off a successful weekend in New Mexico at the Aztec Speedway, the ASCS Southwest Region returns to the Phoenix metropolitan area on Saturday, October 10 at the Arizona Speedway in Queen Creek. Upping the purse on the Saturday showdown, drivers can expect a $1,500 to win, $250 to start A-Feature with track promoter, Jonah Trussel, offering an extra $100 cash to every car that makes the trip from out of state. ASCS 10/5
  • I-35 Speedway MO)I-35 Speedway is hosting the 6th Annual McCarthy Auto Group Show Me Spectacular this Saturday, October 10, 2015. This event first began in 2011 as a two day show for Stock Cars, B Mods, and Hobby Stocks. The 2015 version will be a one day all open wheel show as the USRA A Modifieds, the USRA B Modifieds, the E Mods, the Midwest Outlaw Lightning Sprints, and the Non-Wing Sprints compete for additional purse money. The first ever “Power Wheels” Race for the kids will take place during Intermission adding to the night’s entertainment. Press Releases10/5
  • Chad Boespflug)With the Midwest Non Wing Sprint Car Season coming to a close only a few races remain. Most Indiana tracks have began wrapping up their season, if not closed for the year. Thus the need to travel out of Indiana to compete with the Ohio based Buckeye Sprint Car Series (BOSS) is one of the few options for competition this weekend. Eldora Speedway will host its Season Finale Sprintacular with the UNOH Allstar Sprints, NRA Sprints, and BOSS Non Wing Sprints. Press Releases10/5



  • Keller Auto Speedway CA)An all open wheel program on Saturday night at the Keller Auto Speedway saw Jace Vander Weerd lead all 30-laps with the USAC West Coast 360 Series to claim the Jim Evett Memorial, while Cory Elliot dominated the USAC Western States Midget event, and Monty Ferriera was victorious with the RaceSaver 305’s. Vander Weerd and Troy Rutherford would lead the USAC West Coast 360’s to green, with Vander Weerd getting the early jump as Mike Spencer and Danny Faria took over the second and third positions before a the red flag flew on lap three. Race Results 10/5
  • World of Outlaws)After having his hopes dashed in a controversial finish one year ago, Stevie Smith roared back Sunday night and scored his third-career Champion Racing Oil National Open victory at Williams Grove Speedway. The win, Smith's second World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series victory of the season, is his first National Open title since 1991 and comes one year after contact between he and David Gravel in the closing laps of the 2014 National Open ended his run. Tonight, the memory of last year was a distant one as Smith had 50,000 reasons to smile. DIRT/World of Outlaws 10/4
  • Silver Dollar Speedway CA)It was nine years since Auburn’s Andy Forsberg stood in victory lane at the end of the final race of the season at Silver Dollar Speedway. The 2006 Fall Nationals Champions had what could be considered an off year at Chico. His one and only win took place during the opening night of the 2015 race season. However, his dedication to the sport and his friendship with Stephen Allard was evident in his victory lane speech. “This means so much to me and my team,” said Forsberg. “You fans probably think that we drivers hate each other and well probably some of us do, but Stephen and I had a friendship outside of just racing sprint cars and I truly miss racing against him week in and week out.” He added, “To win this race in his honor and to do so with his family here is unbelievable.” Race Results 10/5


  • The Speedway Motors/Champion Racing Oil Central PA Sprint Cars had a three day show with the World of Outlaws for the 53rd Williams Grove Speedway Champion Racing Oil National Open. The race was been expanded to a three day show scheduled to start on Thursday night October 1st but all three days were rained out. The $50,000 to win Champion Racing Oil National Open was condensed to a one day show on Sunday October 4th. Stevie Smith driving the Fred Rahmer #51 got redemption for last years loss by winning his third title.  His last win in the event was 24 years ago. Donny Schatz ran 2nd with Logan Schuchart 3rd.Speedway Motors/Champion Racing Oil Central PA 10/5
  • The Cushion)After a very successful first showing of the Trophy Cup back in October of 2014, the T2 Digital team is extremely pleased to announce that the 2015 edition of the Trophy Cup will again be featured LIVE on TheCushion.Com October 15th-17th. “We had an absolute blast with the 2014 Trophy Cup, and we are thrilled and honored to stream such a marquee event in 2015,” T2 Co-Founder, Ian Marvuglio said. “It is a unique event, and we heard so many good things from people who were able to watch everything unfold in 2014.” Press Releases10/5
  • NSL)With a lot to be decided, the FVP National Sprint League’s final weekend at I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska did not disappoint! Two great nights of racing action on two different race surfaces produced a pair of first time winners with the series, and provided a fitting ending to a successful inaugural season for the NSL! A Champion’s Champion – The only thing truly decided headed into the weekend was that Danny Lasoski was the champ. The “Dude” cemented his championship with a series’ high nine wins. He added his 17th podium finish of the season on Friday. The championship was worth $75,000 to Lasoski and the Big Game Motorsports #2 team. National Sprint League 10/5
  • Brent Marks)After losing to Mother Nature on three consecutive occasions, Brent Marks finally returned to sprint car competition on Sunday evening, October 4. The Myerstown, Pennsylvania, native joined the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series at Williams Grove Speedway for the annual Champion Racing Oil National Open on Sunday night, chasing the $50,000 top prize and a career-first World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series victory. Despite the night ending short of potential, the “Myerstown Missile” qualified sixth in his respective group and earned a heat race victory. The 2015 Tuscarora 50 champion battled inside the top-ten during the entire Champion Racing Oil National Open main event before coming to a stop in the closing circuits. Marks was scored 18th. Press Releases10/5
  • Chase Dietz)After waiting three days through the cold and rain, the Champion Racing Oil National Open at Williams Grove Speedway went on as planned, utilizing the Sunday, October 4, rain date for the $50,000-to-win, World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series program. Chase Dietz, a 410 sprint car rookie in central Pennsylvania, joined the national travelers and “Pennsylvania Posse” at “The Grove” on Sunday night, attempting to earn a career-first National Open main event start. Despite falling shy of his weekend goal, Chase Dietz made the best of his first ever National Open appearance and looks forward to rejoining “The Greatest Show on Dirt” in the future. The York, Pennsylvania, native finished third during the evening’s C-main after finishing seventh during heat race competition. Due to his efforts, Dietz was also awarded the “National Open Rookie of the Year” title worth $1,500. Press Releases10/5
  • Ocean Sprints)Watsonville’s own Justin Sanders brings a near insurmountable point lead into this Friday’s season finale for the Ocean Sprints presented by Taco Bravo and will be gunning to add one final victory to his record breaking 2015 campaign. It has been a fantastic year for the Ocean Sprints with great racing, historical moments and new faces emerging throughout 2015. This Friday is also the first event since the 55th Johnny Key Classic on August 29, which saw Andy Forsberg race to one of the biggest wins of his career. Forsberg is set to return this Friday for championship night, an event he has won the last two seasons. The seven-time Civil War champ is also coming off a big win at last week’s Fall Nationals Tribute to Stephen Allard in Chico. Press Releases10/5
  • URSS)The United Rebel Sprint Series capped off its Tenth Season Celebration with all four of its Points Championships going down to the wire in the final race of the season. Parity was the name of the game this season with the URSS as it had only three repeat winners. It is the bedrock that the series was founded on and provides the fans the best show on dirt year after year. Press Releases10/5
  • Penn Live)Stevie Smith erases past National Open setback, holds off Donny Schatz to score $50,000 payday 10/5
  • Champion Racing Oil)Stevie Smith won his third career Williams Grove National Open on Sunday evening and took home $50,000. Smith started second and passed pole-sitter Danny Dietrich for the lead on the ninth lap. Smith then held off World of Outlaws champion Donny Schatz over the closing laps of the 40-lap event. Logan Schuchart finished third, with Justin Henderson and Brian Montieth in the top five. Rounding out the top 10 were: Dietrich, Alan Krimes, Daryn Pittman, Lance Dewease and Cory Haas. Press Releases10/5



  • Atomic Speedway OH)Freedom 40...#22c Cole Duncan #6 Jimmy Stinson #70 Danny Holtgraver #1 Dale Blaney #11n Randy Hannagan #4 Danny Smith #9p Parker Price-Miller #60 Kory Crabtree #22 Ryan Broughton #22d Josh Davis #8 Dave Smith #40 Mark Imler #30 Hud Horton #97 Dean Jacobs #35r Ron Blair #99 Todd Kane #93 Sheldon Haudenschild #21 Cap Henry #59 Bryan Knuckles #A79 RJ Perkins #56 Ryan Myers #7c Caleb Armstrong 10/5
  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)The sun was finally out at Williams Grove Speedway, and after three days of rain, the Champion Racing Oil Williams Grove National Open was completed Sunday night with Stevie Smith earning the $50,000 win. It was Smith’s third win in the event, but first since 1991. Central PA 10/5
  • Column)Kevin Oldham has his latest edition of KO’s Indiana Bullring Scene with action from Du Quoin, Montpelier, Terre Haute, Haubstadt, and Eldora. Also  reflections on Tony Elliott’s untimely passing. KO's Indiana Bullring Scene 10/5


  • Premier Speedway AU)The Premier Speedway Club, Warrnambool would like to welcome Sharp Airlines on board as a Premier Club partner, in a move that will provide a faster, easier way of commuting to Premier Speedway for all of the 2015-16 events. Press Releases10/5
  • Thunder On The Hill)The NAPA Auto Parts Thunder on the Hill Racing Series will close out their season with the annual Halloween Party that will showcase the Mods at the Madhouse, a thrilling three-division show headlined by a 358 Modified/Big Block event which will include qualifying heat race plus qualifying and feature events for the Sportsman and the TSRS Sprints. Race time is set for 6 PM on Saturday night, October 17 (Rain date: Saturday, October 24). Central PA 10/5
  • Joey Saldana)After a three-day rain delay, Williams Grove Speedway finally came alive with World of Outlaws National Open racing. Originally scheduled to be a three-day show, the now abbreviated one day event had the adrenaline pumping through the veins of every driver, each hoping to score the $50,000 winner’s prize at the end of the evening. Press Releases10/5
  • Dirt Track Heroes)For the ninth consecutive year, the IRCO Community Federal Credit Union will be an active participant and associate sponsor of the Dirt Track Heroes Car Show to take place at the Phillipsburg Mall (Route 22 East, Phillipsburg, NJ). The show will open on Sunday, March 6 and continue through Saturday, March 12, 2016. IRCO Vice President Greg Collins announced today that IRCO will again be part of the biggest, absolutely free for spectators race car Mall Show event. “We are thrilled to be part of this show”, stated Collins who was there to cut the ribbon on opening day of the first Dirt Track Heroes event back in 2008. Press Releases10/5
  • USCS)The United Sprint Car Series Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars invade Talladega Short Track for the USCS “Shootout at the Short Track” SPECIAL EVENT on Saturday, October 10th. The event for the USCS drivers serves as Round #26 of the 19th anniversary USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour. The action packed racing card is a literal "Smorgasbord of Speed" featuring plenty of high speed action at one of the South's most popular racing venues as drivers in six divisions will be seeking a visit to the USCS victory lane. USCS 10/5
  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)Williams Grove Speedway will wrap up the 2015 season this Friday night, October 9 at 7 pm with a rare “Run What Ya’ Brung” super sprint and super late model season finale event. The 410 sprints will race for $3,800 to win and $400 to start while the super lates vie for $2,000 to win and $150 to start their respective feature events. The event promises to be a special one with the playing field opened back up to the ingenuity of both drivers and mechanics alike. It will be interesting to see just what mechanical if not visual modifications are produced for the special race. Central PA 10/5
  • Millstream Speedway OH)Halloween is still a few weeks away, but there are plenty of treats in store for race fans attending this Sunday’s “Trick or Treat 30’s” at Millstream Speedway. To start with, the 410 winged sprints will be in action, with a $3,000 payday awaiting the feature event winner. Super Late Models are also on the card, paying $2,000 to win. Coming off a very successful show boasting over 40 entries signed in, the stock car / truck division has been added for this weekend’s season finale.Press Releases10/5
  • Toby Bellbowen)It was a night of mixed fortunes for the Toby Bellbowen Motorsport team as the Cranebrook youngster registered a fourteenth place finish in the opening round of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW at Valvoline Raceway on Saturday night. Press Releases10/5
  • Blake Skipper)Young Kirrawee resident Blake Skipper continued his season on Saturday night at Valvoline Raceway for the opening round of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW and posted some positive results that has left the team pointing in the right direction. Press Releases10/5

Sunday  October 4th 2015 


The President of the United States should strive to be always mindful of the fact that he serves his party best who serves his country best. Rutherford B. Hayes


  • MSCS)The 2015 racing season is coming to an end. The final event for the Midwest Sprint Car Series is scheduled to be held on Saturday night October 10th. That evening Tri-State Speedway will once again host the Harvest Cup for 410 non wing sprint cars. This event was created back in 2011 to provide the series with a specific event designed to finish out the season. Press Releases10/4
  • DIRTVision)World of Outlaws are racing at Williams Grove! The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series is racing TONIGHT, Sunday, October 4th, in the Champion Oil National Open at Williams Grove Speedway! This is shaping up to be a huge night of racing! Get your pay-per-view package for only $29.99! To watch live, sign up at! With your purchase of tonight's package, you will have access to come back and watch the archive whenever you want. 10/4
  • POWRi)Zach Daum of Pocahontas, Illinois earned his 12th career POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series victory at Macon Speedway, while Nathan Benson earned a hard-fought 17th career win, moving into the second slot for the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series all-time feature win list, and sealing his third championship in a row. Race Results 10/4



  • USAC)USAC WEST COAST SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: October 3, 2015 - Hanford, California - Keller Auto Speedway at Kings Fairgrounds - "Jim Evett Memorial" FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Jace Vander Weerd, 2. Mike Spencer, 3. Danny Faria Jr., 4. Jake Swanson, 5. Richard Vander Weerd, 6. Bud Kaeding, 7. Max Adams, 8. Tristan Guardino, 9. Cody Majors, 10. Austin Liggett, USAC 10/4
  • IRA)On a cool blustery evening a showdown for the 2015 championship for the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprints took place on the challenging Plymouth Dirt Track. Bill Rose of Plainfield, Indiana, and local favorite Ben Schmidt came into the evening tied in points while third place Scotty Neitzel also was within striking distance of the top of the point heap. IRA 10/4
  • NSL)Tim Kaeding had racked up seven KSE Hard-charger awards and four second place finishes with the FVP National Sprint League before Saturday’s “Fearless 410 Finale” at the I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska. The San Jose, California native saved the best for last though! He was on a mission, going from 14th to win the final event of the 2015 season in convincing fashion aboard the Lunstra Motorsports #3. The series also crowned its first champion in Danny Lasoski. National Sprint League 10/4
  • ASCS SW)If Johnny Herrera’s first win after the loss of his Father was emotional, Saturday night at the Aztec Speedway with the ASCS Southwest Region set the record as the No. 45x dominated the inaugural Joe Herrera Memorial. In tears, Herrera thanked the fans, his family, and the staff of the Aztec Speedway for hosting his Father’s memorial race. ASCS 10/4
  • ASCS Red River)For the third time in 2015, Sam Hafertepe, Jr. topped the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Red River Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products, grabbing a $2,000 win at the Timberline Speedway in the W&W Timer Lone Star Sprint Shootout. ASCS 10/4
  • USAC SW)San Tan Valley AZ...1 2 77M RJ Johnson 2 5 50 Charles Davis Jr. 3 4 16 Mike Martin 4 6 48 Thomas Ogle 5 8 02 Matt Rossi 6 11 27 Nick Aiuto 7 1 21 AZ Stevie Sussex 8 12 12 Josh Pelkey 9 21 5 Tye Mihocko 10 15 11C Michael Curtis 11 16 13 Dennis Giles 12 10 19 Andy Reinbold 13 14 1 Matt Lundy 14 13 20 Shon Deskins 15 20 17X Joe Scheopner 16 17 44K Koty Mcgullam 17 19 5X Jody Wirth 18 9 2 Josh Shipley 19 7 32B Brian Hosford 20 22 3 Lealand Fuller 21 18 29 Mike Bonneau 22 3 78 Chris Bonneau 10/4
  • Silver Dollar Speedway CA)Andy Forsberg is your 2015 Fall Nationals Champion. Sean Becker charges from 18th to finish with a last lap pass of Shane Golobic coming home third.Greg DeCaires, Jonathan Allard, Tyler Walker, Justin Sanders, DJ Netto, Carson Macedo, and Jason Statler round out the top ten.10/4
  • USAC)HONDA USAC WESTERN MIDGETS RACE RESULTS: October 3, 2015 – Hanford, California – Keller Auto Speedway at Kings Fairgrounds - “Jim Evett Memorial” FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Cory Elliott, 2. Sean Dodenhoff, 3. Ronnie Gardner, 4. Michael Faccinto, 5. Alex Schutte, 6. Shannon McQueen, 7. Brian Gard, 8. Jeff Harrington, 9. Randi Pankratz, 10. Troy RutherfordUSAC 10/4
  • USAC)USAC HPD WESTERN MIDGET RACE RESULTS: October 3, 2015 - Ventura, California - Ventura Raceway  FEATURE: (20 laps) 1. Nick Evans, 2. Robert Dalby, 3. Ariel Biggs, 4. Tristin Thomas, 5. Joel Rayborne, 6. Ashley Hazelton, 7. Cody Jessop (#00 Jessop), 8. Jesse Love III, 9. Courtney Crone, 10. Shawn McConnellUSAC 10/4

Saturday  October 3rd 2015 

You see, we are here, as far as I can tell, to help each other; our brothers, our sisters, our friends, our enemies. That is to help each other and not hurt each other. Stevie Ray Vaughan



  • POWRi)Belleville IL...Zach Daum, Tanner Thorson, Kevin Thomas Jr, Andrew Felker, Tim Siner, Payton Pierce, Tucker Klaasmeyer, Chase Briscoe, Austin Brown, Shane Hollingsworth. 10/3
  • NSL)Greenwood NE...#3 Tim Kaeding #11 Steve Kinser #33 Dominic Scelzi #17B Bill Balog #17W Bryan Clauson #12 Lynton Jeffrey #18 Ian Madsen #21 Brian Brown #24 Terry McCarl #2KS Craig Dollansky #09 Matt Juhl #13 Mark Dobmeier #1B Jake Bubak #7T Tasker Phillips #05 Brad Loyet #2 Danny Lasoski #55 Brooke Tatnell #4A Jon Agan #4 Dakota Hendrickson #17A Austin McCarl #7R Stacy Alexander #9N Wade Nygaard #8H Jade Hastings #17 Josh Baughman 10/3
  • IRA)Plymouth WI...A main finish. 73 Todd King 6r Bill Rose 85m Steve Meyer 68 Dave Uttech 10v Matt Vandevere 64 Scotty Thiel 0 Johnny Fahl, 2b Jimmy Siria 7 Scott Uttech  44 Jason Johnson. 10/3
  • Valvoline Raceway AU)In front of a huge opening night crowd Victorian Jamie Veal recreated his performance from the corresponding meeting last season by winning the first ever round of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW at Valvoline Raceway. The difference was this time he literally had to pry the $10,000 from James McFadden’s hands in the last twenty metres of the race as McFadden struggled to regain momentum after sliding over the cushion in turn four with the chequered flags in sight. Race Results 10/3
  • Nebraska 360)I-80 Speedway Greenwood NE 10/3...1 1 77X Wayne Johnson 2 2 2 Don Droud Jr 3 3 53 Jack Dover 4 5 12 Tyler Drueke 5 10 5J Jamie Ball 6 9 5H Jason Martin 7 18 35L Cody Ledger 8 14 4X Jason Danley 9 8 23S Stu Snyder 10 21 77 John Klabunde 11 4 4 Jon Agan 12 6 18 Ryan Roberts 13 11 82 Jordan Boston 14 7 14J Josh Riggins 15 13 13V Seth Brahmer 16 15 6G Bryan Gossell 17 12 3 Billy Alley 18 22 24 Rich Martin 19 19 99 Tony Rost 20 16 24BH Chad Humston 21 20 13JM Jordan Martens 22 17 1B Toby Chapman 10/3


  • Port Royal Speedway PA)With just one week to go until the Keystone RaceSaver Blue Collar Classic Challenge hosted by the PA Sprint Series at Port Royal Speedway on Saturday, October 10, pre-registration for the now annual event has once again reached 50 cars. The 4th annual affair at Port Royal has become the biggest RaceSaver 305 sprint event held on the east coast. Central PA 10/3
  • Port Royal Speedway PA)Port Royal Speedway will host the fourth annual running of the Keystone RaceSaver 305 Sprint Blue Collar Classic Challenge coming up this Saturday, October 10 at 5 pm. Some 50 cars have already pre-registered for the one-day affair that features group time trials, heats, consolations and a 25-lap RaceSaver 305 sprint feature paying $1,000 to win and $400 to start. Central PA 10/3
  • Greg Wilson)The 2015 race season for Greg Wilson Racing has been year of “firsts.” This season represents the first year of transition of Greg owning his own race team, his first Ohio Sprint Speedweek presented by Cometic Gasket Championship and his first World of Outlaws win, which came at the legendary, high-banked, half-mile Eldora Speedway.Press Releases10/3



  • Silver Dollar Speedway CA)Kyle Hirst came from his ninth starting spot to win the Friday night opener of the 23rd Annual Fall Nationals at Silver Dollar Speedway. Hirst was the show on and off the track. His high side brilliance during the main event was breathtaking while his emotional post-race speech to the crowd was as good as it gets. Hirst eyes welled up as he said, “This is one that race that I will never forget. It was just so fun to drive this car tonight and the track was perfect.” A total of 54 drivers entered the opening night tribute to Stephen Allard. Race Results 10/3
  • USAC)USAC HPD WESTERN MIDGET RACE RESULTS: October 2, 2015 - Lemoore, California - Lemoore Raceway  FEATURE: (25 laps) 1. Tristin Thomas, 2. Robert Dalby, 3. Nick Evans, 4. Michael Vollbrecht, 5. Ryan Cully, 6. Ariel Biggs, 7. Tom Paterson, 8. Shawn Buckley, 9. Cody Jessop, 10. Marvin Mitchell, 11. Dezel West, 12. Jesse Love IV, 13. Doug Davidson, 14. Ashley Hazelton, 15. Tres VanDyne. NTUSAC 10/3


  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)Continued inclement weather and an especially saturated Williams Grove Speedway has postponed the Champion Racing Oil National Open to Sunday. The National Open finale will be a one day full program with a $50,000-to-win prize. The back pits will open at 1 p.m., with front pits opening at 2. General admission gates open at 3 p.m. with time trials underway at 5:30 p.m. The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series returns to action tomorrow night for the finale of the Champion Racing Oil National Open. Tickets remain for the event and are available by visiting the track box office. 10/3
  • USAC)Adverse weather conditions, including persistent rain and cold temperatures, have forced postponement of Saturday night's AMSOIL USAC National Sprint race at Lawrenceburg Speedway. The "Fall Nationals" race has been reset for Saturday night, October 17. It will be the final 2015 USAC Sprint Car event in the Midwest.10/3
  • World of Outlaws)Continued inclement weather and an especially saturated Williams Grove Speedway has postponed the Champion Racing Oil National Open to Sunday. The National Open finale will be a one day full program with a $50,000-to-win prize. The pits will open at 1 p.m., general admission gates at 3 p.m. with time trials underway at 5:30 p.m. The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series returns to action tomorrow night for the finale of the Champion Racing Oil National Open. Tickets remain for the event and are available by visiting the track box office. 10/3
  • Riverside Int Speedway AR)FALL NATIONALS IS TONIGHT, SATURDAY, 10/3/15, AT RIVERSIDE INTERNATIONAL SPEEDWAY AT 7:30. General Admission for 12 and over is $20; 6-11 $5; Under 5 Free; Pit Passes $30. Pancho's 360 Wing Sprints will pay $2000 to win. Best place to be on Saturday night is Riverside. Great races, concessions, family fun, cold drinks, 50/50 tickets, all color program, and much more. Be There! Bring your friends, neighbors, and family for all the thrills, chills, and spills. Thanks to Christy Kirkman for displaying her late model for kids to have their pictures made. Thanks to Zach Pringle, Brad Bowden, and Christy Kirkman for visiting with the birthday children and posing for pictures with the three birthday children. Classes are: Pancho's 360 Wing Sprints, Black Oak Gin 600s, Late Models, G & S Electric Modifieds, and The Supply House Stocks!! Be There for the thrills, chills, and spills! Bring a jacket. Weatherman is predicting cool temperatures. As Ronnie Foster said on Facebook - Cool temps = FASTER TIMES. Be There for a Great Night of Racing. 10/3



  • Gas City I-69 Speedway IN)Scotty Weir,  Dave Darland, Tyler Courtney, Shane Cottle, Robert Ballou. 10/3
  • Silver Dollar Speedway CA)Fall Nationals Night 1...#77 Kyle Hirst #21X Carson Macedo #75 Sean Becker #88 Tyler Walker #7C Andy Forsberg #3C Jonathan Allard #88N D.J. Netto #22K Shane Golobic #00 Jason Statler #P37 Matt Peterson #2 Brad Furr #5 Kirt Organ #88K Koen Shaw #9J Dustin Golobic #43 Bradley Terrell #29 Willie Croft #X1 Justin Sanders #9 D.J. Freitas #5V Colby Copeland #21 Michael Ing #22L Garen Linder #14R Andy Gregg #31C Justyn Cox #88SA Brad Bumgarner 10/3
  • POWRi Midgets)Tyler Thomas of Owasso, Oklahoma claimed the 11th Annual Charlene Meents Memorial at Belle-Clair Speedway after a hard fought battle with Zach Daum for his sixth career POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series victory, while Darren Hagen's podium finish sealed the championship. Joe B. Miller led the final six laps of the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro Series feature to claim his fifth victory of the 2015 season. Race Results 10/3
  • NSL)Bryan Clauson led from start to finish Friday night to win his first career FVP National Sprint League feature event. The win came at the “Fearless 410 Finale” at the I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska. The Noblesville, Indiana driver earned $3,000 for his 25-lap win aboard the Matt Wood Racing #17w.National Sprint League 10/3


  • Tony Elliott)Tony Elliott died Friday in a tragic plane crash on his way to Georgia from Indiana. Tony has been a supporter here at this website for over 10 years and was one of the best drivers to ever strap into a sprint car. He succeeded on the track as a driver and in business with Elliotts Custom Trailers. Tony always had a smile and time to talk whether at the track or at a trade show. He was a big supporter of sprint car racing and will surely be missed. Rest In Peace Tony. The story about the crash is here. 10/3
  • Kyle Bellm)Leading Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour Rookie of the Year contender Kyle Bellm finally gets a chance to catch his breath after a couple of busy weekends of racing action in Nebraska and Missouri. Two weekend doubles aboard the PPG Automotive Finishes/Colorvision No. 14k Sprint Car included the “Fall Brawl” with double features at Greenwood, Nebraska’s I-80 Speedway on September 19 and then last weekend’s Hockett/McMillin Memorial event at Wheatland, Missouri’s Lucas Oil Speedway. Press Releases10/3
  • Aaron Reutzel)Aaron Reutzel is moving that much closer to the 2015 Lucas Oil National Tour championship after two recent weekends of competition in Nebraska and Missouri. With only the Devil’s Bowl Winter Nationals and I-30 Speedway’s “Short Track Nationals” remaining on the ASCS slate, Reutzel holds a 45-point advantage aboard the Shark-powered BC Fundz/Basic One Services No. 87 Triple X Sprint Car in the $60,000 championship chase. Press Releases10/3
  • Atomic Speedway OH)Atomic Speedway has announced that the 17th annual running "The Seneca Energy Corp. Freedom 40" has been postponed from Saturday to Sunday, October 4th on the Midwest's fastest 3/8 mile high banked dirt track. The event will be sanctioned by the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association (OVSCA) which has averaged over 30 cars during the season at its events at Atomic. Joining the exciting sprint cars will be AMRA Modifieds, and Sports Mods. The two divisions of 305 Sprints have been sidelined Sunday due to an effort to get race fans and teams home at a decent hour. Press Releases10/3
  • OCRS)With the date now set for the 2015 Ameri-Flex / OCRS awards banquet (12/5/15), we are now in "collective door prize mode". If you or someone you know would like to contribute something as a "Door Prize" item, contact Barry Grabel (918) 260-3899 or John Lemon (918) 850-5341. OCRS 10/3
  • OCRS)Everyone is invited to attend the awards banquet that honors the best of the best in Ameri-Flex / OCRS competition. The gala will consist of dinner, awards ceremony, entertainment and karaoke. Door prize drawings will be a part of this special evening as well. Robert Sellers will be crowned as the new king of the Ameri-Flex / OCRS series while other drivers will receive special accolades for their achievements during the season as will the sponsors of the Ameri-Flex / OCRS series. OCRS 10/3
  • Ryan Smith)Ryan Smith is excited to announce a partnership with East Coast Helicopter Tours. The York, Pa., based aerial company recently loaned Smith an engine, which immediately set quick time during a UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions event at Wayne County Speedway in Orrville, Ohio, on Sept. 6 before winning an All Star feature on Sept. 19 at Fremont Speedway in Fremont, Ohio. Press Releases10/3

Friday  October 2nd 2015 

Military intelligence is a contradiction in terms. Groucho Marx



  • Fremont Speedway OH)Heavy winds – with gusts up to 40 miles per hour – coupled with a forecast calling for cold temperatures and periods of rain throughout the day and evening – have forced the cancellation of races at Fremont Speedway for Saturday, Oct. 3. It is the third year in a row the race featuring the Mo Vaughn Transportation Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series has been lost due to weather. Fremont Speedway’s 2015 season has now come to an end. “It was a challenging year dealing with Mother Nature, but we are so very appreciative of the fans, our marketing partners and race teams for their support on an outstanding year. We look forward to 2016,” said Rich Farmer, Fremont Speedway Promoter. The 2015 Fremont Speedway awards banquet – combined with the Kistler Racing Products Fremont Attica Sprint Title (FAST) Championship Series Presented by KS Sales and Service and the JLH General Contractor FAST Championship Series Presented by Engine Pro – will be held Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Fremont American Legion Hall. The top 10 in points in all the divisions will be honored. Ticket information will be forthcoming at 10/2
  • World of Outlaws)With steady rain continuing to fall in Central Pennsylvania, night two of the Champion Racing Oil National Open at Williams Grove Speedway has been cancelled. Saturday's National Open main event remains on schedule and will be a one day full program with a $50,000-to-win prize. Sunday is the rain date. Contingency planning is underway if inclement weather continues to hamper the National Open weekend. The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series returns to action tomorrow night for the finale of the Champion Racing Oil National Open. Tickets remain for the event and are available by visiting the track box office.10/2
  • OVSCA)$4,000 to win Freedom 40 at Atomic Speedway OH has been moved to Sunday 10/4 due to forecasted rain and cool temps 10/2
  • Path Valley Speedway PA)Friday, October 2 Cancelled due to rain,  Saturday, October 3 Re-scheduled to Sunday, Oct 4 Gates open at 11 a.m. - Hot Laps at 1 p.m. Pit pass $30 - Car Registration $30 General Admission $12, Kids $3 10/2
  • SOD)The dust is barely settling from the 2015 racing season, but Sprints On Dirt is racing full-speed into the future. On September 4th, SOD announced their innovative, new unlimited sprint format, and now the 2016 schedule is taking shape. SOD is pleased to announce its Michigan promoter partners have all confirmed the same number of shows for 2016. Generally all dates have been set, however a few could change as tracks continue to finalize all of their 2016 events. Specific dates and special events will be released later. Now SOD is turning its attention to scheduling additional shows in Michigan as well as shows in Ohio and Indiana. Sprints On Dirt will be going into its 37th season and is recognized as an innovative leader in sprint car racing and the premier sprint car series in the Great Lakes area. At its inception, SOD originally had no engine restrictions. Later it evolved with the sport of sprint car racing into a 410 group. Then in 1997, it transitioned into a 360 group. Now SOD is leading the way into the next evolution of sprint car racing as unlimited sprints.10/2
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Thursday  October 1st 2015 

"I love this sport. I'm not leaving NASCAR. Instead of a fire-suit on Sundays, I'll be in jeans." – TonyStewart.



  • Column)Pat & Bruce Eckel have Thunder  Valley and Lincoln Park notes in A Typical Weekend10/1
  • Valvoline Raceway AU)The USC now has the toughest ever pace truck! At this week’s Valvoline Raceway Season Launch organisers took the wraps off the stunning new TONKA Truck Pace vehicle that will lead the fields into battle each night. Press Releases10/1
  • Seth Bergman)Seth Bergman will tackle Timberline Speedway this Saturday with the ASCS Red River Region. Bergman captured a runner-up result at the 3/8-mile oval in Corley, Texas, earlier this season and he is seeking to finish one spot better this weekend. Press Releases10/1
  • World of Outlaws)Night one of the Champion Racing Oil National Open has been cancelled due to steady rain and the continued threat of weather through Thursday night. Friday and Saturday nights at Williams Grove Speedway remain on schedule. Contingency plans, including rescheduling the National Open, are being prepared if inclement weather forces further changes. The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series returns to action tomorrow night for night two of the Champion Racing Oil National Open. Tickets remain for the event and are available by visiting the track box office. 10/1



  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)Due to the changing weather pattern tonight, we have cancelled Night #1 of the Champion Oil National Open... The rest of the weekend IS ON as scheduled. Us and the World of Outlaws are looking into contingency plans to allow us to race next week if we cannot continue as planned. 10/1
  • USCS)ATTENTION RACERS and FANS...Due to the incoming severe weather for this weekend., the USCS North vs. South Shootout and Carolina Thunder Nationals Round #1 and Round #2 races at Carolina Speedway in Gastonia, North Carolina on Friday, October 2nd and at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina on Saturday, October 3rd have both been postponed. The new dates are set for the event's return are Friday, October 30th at Carolina Speedway and on Saturday, October 31st at Cherokee Speedway. On those dates, the USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters winged sprint cars, and the Late Models, the USCS 600 Sprint Car Series winged mini sprints and three other to be announced divisions will return to compete in an exciting action packed racing card at each track. For schedules, rules and more info check out Carolina Speedway's website is located at The official website for Cherokee Speedway is 10/1
  • Penn Live)Williams Grove National Open: World of Outlaws and Pennsylvania Posse rivalry stands the test of time 10/1
  • Racving Xtravaganza)Once a former competitive truck on the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series tour, the Take a Kid to a Car Show truck will be on display at the Racing Xtravaganza show. Racing Xtravanganza will be held on Saturday and Sunday, February 6 and 7, 2016 at the UTZ Arena on the York Fairgrounds. Central PA 10/1
  • Team ILP)Inside Line Promotions competitors Derek Hagar, Trey Starks, Patrick Dills, Dale Blaney and Jack Dover reached the Winner's Circle last weekend. Hagar swept the WAR nonwing portion of the 5th annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial on Friday and Saturday at Lucas Oil Speedway in Wheatland, Mo. Hagar also finished second both nights with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour. Press Releases10/1
  • Zach Blurton)Zach Blurton secured the United Rebel Sprint Series Kansas Region championship with a runner-up result last Saturday at Dodge City Raceway Park. The podium finish also earned Blurton a second-place finish in the URSS National championship standings by only 14 points. Press Releases10/1
  • Andee Beierle)Andee Beierle is excited to announce a partnership with SuperClean for the 2016 season. The well-known cleaning supply company will adorn Beierle's midget throughout the 30th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire Jan. 12-16 inside the River Spirit Expo Center in Tulsa, Okla. SuperClean will also serve as a sponsor on Beierle's 410ci sprint car next year. Press Releases10/1
  • Shane Stewart)The rain affected last season's National Open as well, canceling Friday's preliminary night. On Saturday, driver Shane Stewart and the Larson Marks Racing team started fifth and finished sixth. Press Releases10/1
  • IRA)The Bumper To Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series is having a spectacular season. Great car counts yet again, lots of different winners, solid crowds, a point race that is tied going into this Saturday's finale with a 3rd driver easily within striking distance, and now the announcement that long time partner Bumper To Bumper Auto Parts & Service Centers are extending their title sponsorship agreement thru "2016 and beyond." The IRA / Bumper To Bumper relationship is one of the longest in all of motorsport sanctions. IRA also received the good news that associate sponsor TW Metals in back for 2016 as well. This combined with the fact that Hoosier Tire is in place for a few more years on their current contract leaves IRA in a very stable and comfortable position moving into the future. The big season finale is this Saturday night at Sheboygan County Fair Park (Plymouth, WI) and is championship night for IRA as well as the MSA 360 Sprints, plus wingLESS crate sprints, and 600 micros complete the 4 sprint division SPRINTACULAR line up. All is well here in Wisconsin.10/1
  • USAC)Indiana drivers C.J. Leary of Greenfield, Aaron Farney of Brookston, and Spencer Bayston of Lebanon are the current leaders in their respective races for the 2015 USAC National "Rookie of the Year" awards to be distributed at USAC's National Awards Banquet in downtown Indianapolis December 11. USAC 10/1
  • Column)Danny Burton has Lincoln Park Speedway notes in Hoosier Race Report10/1
  • Column)Ron Rodda has Trophy Cup news in From the Grandstand10/1
  • POWRi)POWRi is scheduled to visit Macon Speedway on Saturday, October 3rd after the event scheduled for Saturday, August 22nd was rained out. Known for its close quarters, high banks, and spectacular slide jobs, Saturday's event at Macon is sure to excite, and will be one fans will not want to miss. Press Releases10/1

Wednesday  September 30th 2015 

Life is a moderately good play with a badly written third act. Truman Capote



  • Penn Live)Hurricane Joaquin effect on Williams Grove National Open shows pitfalls of being a promoter
  • CJB Motorsports)The CJB tandem of Paul McMahan & Sammy Swindell were back in action as the month of September comes to a close. McMahan, the Nashville, Tenn. resident, took to the highbanks of Eldora Speedway for the fifth and final time in 2015 as the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series took part in the annual Four Crown weekend. McMahan timed in 12th quick and won his heat race to make it into the dash for the evening. Press Releases9/30
  • National Open Kick-It)This year’s Kick-It Tournament is again shaping up to be a memorable one. The Fast Tees kickball team will have a very special player on their roster this year. 10 year old Kevin Morrison from Ohio, will be ready to receive the first roll of the tournament. Due to chemotherapy treatments Kevin was too weak last year to play but is very excited to be part of this year's event. Kevin was diagnosed with T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in the summer of 2014, at the age of 14. Central PA 9/30
  • The Eagle Jet/ Top Gun Sprints return to Volusia Speedway Park on Saturday, October 3. This will be their last appearance at VSP for the 2015 season. The “Jeff Barfield Memorial” CLEAN SWEEP Award has now reached $2,000.00 to any race team that can win one of the heat races and the feature. This on top the feature paying $1,000.00 would give one lucky race team a $3,000.00 pay check. In the points race Matt Kurtz has a 46 point lead over A J Maddox with Gene Lasker in third place followed by Danny Martin Jr., Brandon Grubaugh, Keith Butler, Mark Ruel Jr., Hayden Campbell, D J Peeples, Tony Agin, Frank Carlsson, Ben Fritz, Brian Eckley, Garrett Green and Brett O’Donnell in fifteenth place. Also racing will be the Limited Late Models, V8 Thunderstocks, Mini Stocks and Gladiators, with the pits and drive thru opening at 4PM; Grandstands opening at 5PM, hot laps are at 6:30PM and racing at 7:30PM. 9/30
  • AVSS)Officials from the Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Super Sprints (AVBBSS) announced today the extension of Auto Value Bumper to Bumper Auto Parts as the official series sponsor. The new agreement extends the sponsorship of the Pavement Winged Sprint Car Series through the 2018 season. Press Releases9/30
  • USAC)After a hard fought “Brawl For It All,” the USAC SouthWest Sprint Cars will make their final appearance of the year at Arizona Speedway. Located in Queen Creek, Arizona’s ET Motopark, Saturday’s $1750-to-win “Neils Garage Cabinets Night at the Races” will also feature Pure Stocks, Dwarf Cars, and Bomber Stocks. The Front Gates will open at 5:00pm and Racing at the fast 3/8-mile oval will start at 7:00pm. For more event and ticket information, visit or call 480.926.6688. USAC 9/30
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  • Donny Schatz)Every race is important. Some just have a little more meaning. In Sprint car racing, there are a handful of races, including the National Open at historic Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, that every World of Outlaws (WoO) Sprint Car Series driver has on his or her bucket list. Press Releases9/30
  • Tracy Hines)The last two trips to Lawrenceburg Speedway are ones that Tracy Hines wishes he could forgot. He sustained a pair of injuries that sidelined him two separate times. Hines will return to Lawrenceburg Speedway this weekend with the Amsoil USAC National Sprint Car Series, which will mark the last time he competes in his home state of Indiana as a full-time USAC driver. Press Releases9/30
  • Winter Heat Showdown)Kasey Kahne Racing driver and former World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series champion Daryn Pittman will compete throughout the 2nd annual Winter Heat Sprint Car Showdown next January. The marquee 410ci sprint car event, which features $12,000-to-win, $1,000-to-start races on Jan. 1-2 and Jan. 8-9 with a $5,000-to-win midweek event on Jan. 5, will mark Pittman's debut at Cocopah Speedway. Press Releases9/30



  • Wayne Johnson)Wayne Johnson found a nemesis in turns three and four at Lucas Oil Speedway near Wheatland, Missouri last weekend. He spent way too much time there in Friday’s Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial, first in the heat, and then the feature. Wayne plans on running with the Nebraska 360 Sprint Series this weekend at I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska. Press Releases9/30
  • Caleb Helms)Caleb Helms is slated to compete this Saturday at Atomic Speedway with the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association. Helms has only raced at the high-banked oval in Chillicothe, Ohio, twice this season prior to this weekend's Freedom 40. Press Releases9/30
  • Joe Trenca)A high pill draw to begin the night put Joe Trenca behind the eight ball for the remainder of it last Friday at Fonda Speedway. Trenca drew one of the highest numbers, which lined him up on the inside of the last row of a Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints heat race. Press Releases9/30
  • Brandon Hanks)Brandon Hanks has shifted his focus to this Saturday's ASCS Red River Region race at Timberline Speedway. The David Smith Racing driver will compete for the first time at the track since recording a 10th-place finish during his debut in May. Press Releases9/30
  • Cottage Grove Speedway OR)Cottage Grove Speedway would be in action for the final time in 2015 on Saturday September 26th for Championship Night presented by Coors Brewing Company. A full pit area and some great racing would close the campaign out at the historic 1/4-mile clay oval. Classes in competition included the Clark Printing Extreme Sprints, Late Models, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sport Mods, Street Stocks, and the Quality RV Repair Hornets. Race Results 9/30
  • Tony Stewart)After 17 years competing at NASCAR’s highest level, Tony Stewart has decided his 18th year in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series will be his last. The three-time series champion will retire following the 2016 season, whereupon Clint Bowyer will take the wheel of the No. 14 machine beginning in 2017. Since 2009 Stewart has held the dual title of driver/owner at Stewart-Haas Racing (SHR). He co-owns the team with Gene Haas, founder of Haas Automation, the largest CNC machine tool builder in North America. Stewart will join Haas as a fulltime owner in 2017, with Bowyer being Stewart’s hand-picked successor to drive the No. 14 car. Press Releases9/30
  • Super Dirt Week)The 44th annual NAPA Super DIRT Week is only ONE week away at the New York State Fairgrounds, but DIRTcar Racing and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo are already looking to the future, jointly announcing today the event will relocate to Central New York Raceway Park when completed. "The State of New York has made a 10-year commitment to Super DIRT Week to keep the event in Central New York," DIRTcar CEO Brian Carter said. "We are excited to announce today Central New York Raceway Park in Hastings will be the new home for Super DIRT Week after this year's 'Finale at the Fairgrounds.'" DIRT/World of Outlaws 9/30
  • Trophy Cup)The biggest event of the season at Merle Stone Chevrolet Thunderbowl Raceway is almost here, with the much anticipated 22nd annual Southwest Contractors Trophy Cup ready to commence on October 15, 16 & 17. The Trophy Cup has catapulted itself into being the premier Winged Sprint Car showcase on the west coast and the 2015 version is sure to be another epic weekend of racing & fun. With its unique format the event regularly produces some of the best racing seen all season. Each time a driver hits the raceway for competitive racing there are points on the line, with it all being a lead-up to the 50-lap feature on Saturday night, which is completely inverted based on points accumulated up to that part of the event. Press Releases9/30
  • Waynesfield Raceway Park OH)2015 Driver Awards Banquet WHEN: Saturday, November 7 WHERE: The Grand Plaza Banquet Hall - Wapakoneta COST: Adults: $25 | Kids: $10 Payment must be paid at time of reservation. NO WALK-INS ACCEPTED! DEADLINE: October 30 Mail reservation checks to: Waynesfield Raceway Park 15595 Waynesfield Rd. Waynesfield, Ohio 45896 The banquet is open to all fans, competitors, crew members, officials, and sponsors 9/30
  • Valvoline Raceway AU)Just three days shy of the historic opening of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway motorsport legend Max Dumesny has revealed his most ambitious season ever with the unveiling of a four car family assault. Max’s sons Matt, Mitchell, Marcus and daughter Michaela will either race full time or rotate through the Mitchell Dumesny car on selected occasions in the massive operation backed by Valvoline and several valuable associate sponsors. Valvoline Raceway today was the backdrop for the unveiling of the four stunning cars as Max and wife Melinda looked proudly on at the super-team they have undertaken. Press Releases9/30
  • NSL)Though Danny Lasoski and Big Game Motorsports have locked up a $75,000 championship with the FVP National Sprint League, there is still a lot to be determined in the series’ standings at this weekend’s “Fearless 410 Finale”. Two full point nights await NSL drivers and owners Friday and Saturday, October 2 and 3 at the I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska! Drivers and owners are trying to improve their standing and benefit the most they can from the $350,000 point fund! National Sprint League 9/30
  • Lance Dewease)LD and the Dietz Motorsports team headed to Williams Grove Speedway on this past Friday night for their World of Outlaws Tune-Up. After timing in tenth and winning his heat, LD was headed to the dash where he finished seventh. He ran strong during the feature and finished the night in seventh. Press Releases9/30
  • Susquehanna Speedway Park PA)The Wednesday Night Test & Tune scheduled for September 30 at the Susquehanna Speedway Park has been cancelled due to weather and heavily saturated grounds. The next Wednesday night Test & Tune will be on Wednesday, October 14. The 410 Super Sprint Cars return to SSP on Sunday, October 18 at 4:00 p.m. along with the IMCA PA Sprint Series. Press Releases9/30
  • USAC)The final AMSOIL USAC National Sprint race in the Midwest this season promises to offer a number of interesting battles as the series visits Lawrenceburg (Ind.) Speedway for Saturday night's $10,000-to-win "Fall Nationals." To kick things off, the ProSource Fast Time Award, which has been a season-long tradition, has grown to a $1,000 bonus with the additional support of a number of contributors. Drivers Chase Stockon, Kody Swanson, Dave Darland and Brady Bacon are also eyeing the season-ending ProSource Fast Time Challenge bonus of $2,500 which goes to the driver posting the most fast times in 2015 USAC National racing. Stockon has seven so far, while Swanson has six and Darland and Bacon have five. USAC 9/30
  • USAC)This Saturday, October 3rd, the USAC West Coast Sprint Cars will make their final appearance of the year at the Keller Auto Speedway at Kings Fairgrounds. Promoted by Ron Vander Weerd and Bubby Morse, the “Jim Evett Memorial” will also feature the Honda USAC Western Midgets and Western RaceSaver Sprint Cars. The pit gates will open at 2:00pm, the front gates open at 4:30pm, and racing is scheduled for 7:00pm. For more information, visit the track’s website at or call 559.651.1990. USAC 9/30
  • IRA)Extraordinary, amazing, thrilling, all adjectives to describe the 2015 racing season for the Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint series. In over 50 years of racing for the series a season like this is a rare event. One word best describes the year, and the season finale event this coming Saturday night at the Sheboygan County Fairpark in Plymouth. Epic! IRA 9/30

Tuesday  September 29th 2015 

I could not tread these perilous paths in safety, if I did not keep a saving sense of humor. Horatio Nelson



  • Inside Lane)This week’s edition of “The Inside Lane” on ESPN 92.3 FM presented by Custom Metal Coating with Steve Inch and Todd Steward will air 5-6 p.m. (EST) Thursday, Oct. 1, featuring interviews with last weekend’s Lincoln Speedway Dirt Classic winner Brian Montieth, defending Williams Grove Speedway National Open champion David Gravel, and National Open Benefit organizer and newly-appointed Susquehanna Speedway general manager Kolten Gouse. Central PA 9/29
  • Brady Bacon)Brady Bacon and the Hoffman Racing #69 team will return to the Lawrenceburg Speedway in Indiana this Saturday night with the USAC National Sprint Series. The Broken Arrow, Oklahoma driver competed in all four divisions of the 4-Crown at Eldora Speedway near Rossburg, Ohio last Friday and Saturday. The results saw a mixed bag that was highlighted by a top five finish with the USAC Silver Crown Series Saturday, with a DNQ with the World of Outlaws Saturday as a low. Press Releases9/29
  • Bryan Clauson)Bryan Clauson and the Matt Wood Racing/Elk Grove Ford #17w team have a lot to race for as the FVP National Sprint League season comes to a close this Friday and Saturday night at the I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska. Bryan is just eleven points behind Brian Brown for sixth place in the driver standings, while the team is just 23 points out of third in the owner standings. Press Releases9/29
  • Morgan Turpen)Each year, as fall begins to descend upon the Midwest, teams and fans alike flock to Wheatland, MO, for an event like none other. Morgan and her Don Berry Construction, KTB Motorsports #10m made the pilgrimage to Lucas Oil Speedway for a rare appearance with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Series for the Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial. The event has become a crown jewel, honoring racing cousins and remembering them at their best. Press Releases9/29
  • Keller Auto Speedway CA)Saturday night an all open-wheel show takes over the Keller Auto Speedway as the USAC West Coast 360’s, USAC Western States Midgets, and the RaceSaver 305’s will all be in action during the 6th Annual Jim Evett Memorial. The USAC West Coast 360 Series will be gunning for extra incentives on Saturday night, as the Evett family has raised an extra $3,000 for this event with $100 going to the leader of each lap during the 30-lap A Main. Press Releases9/29
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  • J&J Auto Racing)It was another strong weekend of Sprint car results for J&J Auto Racing customers. Donny Schatz led the way by claiming his 30th World of Outlaws A-Feature win of the season while Trey Starks bested the field in Washington. Brad Haudenschild scored his seventh win of the year and Joe Ramaker bested the ASCS field assembled in Montana. Press Releases9/29
  • Joey Saldana)The World of Outlaws head to Pennsylvania Posse territory and Williams Grove Speedway for the expanded three-day National Open, scheduled to begin Thursday, Oct. 1. Thursday and Friday night shows will pay $10,000 to win each of the 25-lap features. Racing on those two nights set the stage for Saturday’s National Open which will pay $50,000 to the winner of the 40-lap feature. Press Releases9/29
  • National Open Kick-It)Due to the likely hood of heavy rains putting a serious damper on all of our weekend racing and event plans the 2015 National Open Kick-It Tournament will move to an indoor facility. The tournament is now scheduled to be played at the Yellow Breeches Sports Center at 700 Shawnee Ct., in New Cumberland, PA. Thanks to the staff at Yellow Breeches for coming through for and us opening their facilities early to let us set up and play some kick ball while raising money for the Kick-It Foundation.Central PA 9/29
  • Perris Auto Speedway CA)With the historic 20th Annual Budweiser Oval Nationals Presented by All Coast Construction at Perris Auto Speedway on November 12th, 13th and 14th only six-week away, entries continue to come in for the race. The latest group of entries features 3-time winner Dave Darland, all three of 1997 Ovals winner Rip Williams sons, Indiana’s Tracy Hines, Chad Boespflug & Brady Short and USAC/CRA regulars Chris Gansen and Tommy “Thunder” Malcolm. More than 50 of the nation’s top sprint car drivers are expected to vie for the event record purse of more than $120,000.00. Press Releases9/29
  • World of Outlaws)The World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series returns to historic Williams Grove Speedway this Thursday, Friday and Saturday for one of motorsports' enduring traditions - the 53rd Annual Champion Racing Oil National Open. Since 1963, and the event's first winner, two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Gordon Johncock, the National Open has played host to some of the most familiar names in racing and most memorable moments in the sport's history. In just the last two seasons, who can forget Fred Rahmer's emotional 2013 National Open victory - his first as he prepared to hang up his helmet? Or last year's controversial win by David Gravel over Stevie Smith? DIRT/World of Outlaws 9/29
  • Ryan Smith)Ryan Smith pieced together a solid performance last Sunday at Millstream Speedway, where he captured his 24th top-10 finish of the season. Smith kicked off the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions event by qualifying 14th quickest overall. That ranked fourth in his group and put him on the pole of a heat race, which he won to lock himself into the dash. "We caught the pole for the heat race and had the car really good," he said. "It was good in the dash, too." Press Releases9/29
  • King of the West/Civil War)Tickets are on sale for the 32nd Tribute to Gary Patterson at the Stockton Dirt Track on November 7. It is championship night for both the King of the West 410 Sprint Car Series & the Civil War 360 Sprint Car Series presented by Flowmaster. Winged 410's & 360's on one card to cap the Northern California season in style. Reserved tickets are available by calling 916-370-9417. Friday November 6 also features the Joe Hunt Wingless Series, BCRA Midgets and Dwarf Cars. Come and make a weekend out of it! KoW, JH Wingless, Civil War 9/29
  • Dale Blaney)Dale Blaney clinched his sixth UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions title last weekend thanks to another trip to Victory Lane. Blaney and the Mainstream Holdings, Inc., backed CH Motorsports team captured Sunday's feature at Millstream Speedway, where Blaney picked up his 12 th All Star win of the season and first since Aug. 2. Press Releases9/29
  • Jack Dover)Jack Dover took advantage of another dominant car last Sunday at Park Jefferson International Speedway, where he scored his 13th triumph of the season after nearly crashing on the start of the Carpetland Nebraska 360 Sprints feature. Press Releases9/29
  • Derek Hagar)Derek Hagar enjoyed a dream performance last weekend during the 5th annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway. Hagar swept the WAR nonwing portion of the doubleheader to give him 11 feature victories this season and he finished second both nights with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour, which gives him 14 podiums in his last 15 races. Press Releases9/29
  • Channin Tankersley)Channin Tankersley will make his season debut at Timberline Speedway this Saturday. Tankersley will pilot a Bruce Griffith owned entry during the ASCS Red River Region event at the 3/8-mile oval in Corley, Texas, for the second straight year. Press Releases9/29
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  • KSE Racing Products)The first weekend of Fall racing saw drivers win all over the country, including one very special history making victory. All year long, fans have watched Donny Schatz simply dominate the World of Outlaws. Saturday night, Schatz became the first driver since 1992 to win 30 races in a single season as he used his KSE Racing Products to score the Berlin Brawl victory. Press Releases9/29
  • Robbie Price)Getting back on the pavement over the weekend, Robbie Price made the trip to Meridian, ID where he would pick up finishes of fourth and sixth place. “I thought we had a good weekend overall,” Robbie Price said. “I wish I could have finished even better, but like they say you can’t win them all.” Press Releases9/29
  • Jerrod Hull)Jerrod Hull and the Heartland Trailer Manufacturing #12 team had a rough go of it last weekend in three events. The Sikeston, Missouri driver is accustomed to finishing up front at venues like St. Francois County Raceway near Farmington, Missouri and at the Quincy Speedways in Illinois. However, his highest finish of the weekend was a fourth place at the Queen’s Royale at Farmington. A ninth place MOWA finish Sunday in Quincy has him 23 points behind Paul Nienhiser heading into that series’ finale at Jacksonville Speedway October 9 and 10. Press Releases9/29
  • Jarrett Soares)After getting upside down on Friday night at the Santa Maria Speedway, Jarrett Soares and his team worked feverishly on Saturday to get Soares’ car fixed the best they could, and it worked out as he earned a 12th place finish. “I can’t thank Brian Sperry, Bobby McMahan, Keith Espindola, and my dad enough for all of their hard work to get our car ready for Saturday night, and on top of that giving me a fast one to boot,” Jarrett Soares said. Press Releases9/29
  • Tim Kaeding)Heading to the Jackson Speedway on Saturday night to take on the Jackson Speedway Touring Series, Tim Kaeding charged from his fourth row starting spot to score an impressive win. “We had an awesome racecar on Saturday night, and it was great to get this entire Lunstra Motorsports team another win,” Tim Kaeding said. Press Releases9/29
  • Ian Madsen)Traveling to Wheatland, MO to take on the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour over the weekend, Ian Madsen and his KCP Racing team recorded fifth and sixth place finish in a weekend that paid homage to Jesse Hockett and Daniel McMillin. “The term gets used a lot, but we were much better than our finishes indicate and they were two good finishes,” Madsen said. “We just finished right outside of lock in spots, and had some tough luck in redraws that put us a little further back than we would have liked.” Press Releases9/29
  • USAC)In one of the most contested races in Canyon Speedway Park history, “The Magic Man” Mike Martin emerged victorious. With eight official lead changes, the Yuma, Arizona driver took the lead from Andy Reinbold on lap 27 and claimed Saturday’s “Brawl For It All.” Co-sanctioned with the USAC West Coast Sprints, the $2,500 win marked the third USAC SouthWest triumph of the year for the veteran racer. Reinbold, Nick Aiuto, Chris Bonneau, and Stevie Sussex chased Martin to the checkered flags. USAC 9/29
  • Cody Bova)Cody “Bonzai” Bova concluded his 2015 campaign on a high note during the recent weekend by earning a podium finish at Mercer Raceway Park’s “Little Guys Nationals” on Friday and Saturday, September 25-26. Despite suffering from mechanical failure during Friday's portion of the two-day event, Bova would recover on Saturday and finish third during the $1,000-to-win, “Little Guys Nationals” finale on September 26. The driver of the J.S. Bova Excavating, AIMI Product Imagining, LLC., Richardson Tree Service, BC Contracting, J.S. Paris Excavating, #20B, 305 sprint car was pleased with weekend results and is already looking ahead to 2016. Press Releases9/29
  • Brock Zearfoss)The “Jonestown Jet” Brock Zearfoss made the trek west to Ohio during the recent weekend, joining the UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions for a pair of $5,000-to-win events at two different ovals. Despite losing half of the Ohio doubleheader, the venture west proved to be beneficial for the Jonestown, Pennsylvania, native; gaining valuable experience and track time in an area foreign to the “3Z” team. Press Releases9/29
  • Valvoline Raceway AU)He’s a part of this place, just like the clay on the quarter mile and the grass on the spectator banks. With a cheeky grin and a flourishing of the chequered flags Arthur Cowan has become a much loved and cherished part of the Speedway patchwork at Valvoline Raceway. But this Saturday night, Arthur will be focusing on his health, not on waving his beloved chequered flags. And that’s the way it has to be for now, while the veteran flag-waver and St. George Illawarra loving diehard takes a well-earned rest. Press Releases9/29

Monday  September 28th 2015 

I am greatly misunderstood by politically correct idiots. Brigitte Bardot



  • Sprintcar All Stars)Paul & Lynton Jeffrey of Vortex Racing Products whilst celebrating their 20th anniversary has again offered to supply the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series with an Outlaw Top wing for their End of Season Pointfund. The “Vortex Altitude Award” is presented to the driver with the most roll over’s for the All Star season. Press Releases9/28
  • Atomic Speedway OH)Atomic Speedway owner Brad McCown continues to move his speedwplant foward with the 17th annual running of a race that was once one of the nation's crown events for sprint cars--"The Seneca Energy Corp. Freedom 40"--an event that this year will be run Saturday, October 3 on the Midwest's fastest 3/8 mile high banked dirt track. The event will be sanctioned by the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association (OVSCA) which has averaged over 30 cars during the season at its events at Atomic. Press Releases9/28
  • Silver Dollar Speedway CA)The final two nights of dirt track racing for 2015 will take place this Friday and Saturday night at the Silver Dollar Speedway in Chico. On October 2nd and 3rd the 23rd Annual Fall Nationals will host a staggering amount of winged 360 sprint cars on both nights. The drivers will once again battle for the win and pay respects to fellow fallen racer Stephen Allard. It will be the third time the Fall Nationals will race in Tribute to Stephen Allard. Press Releases9/28
  • ASCS Red River)The second trip of the 2015 season to the Timberline Speedway is set for Saturday, October 3 with the American Bank of Oklahoma ASCS Red River Region presented by Smiley’s Racing Products with the Inaugural $2,000 to win, $300 to start W&W Timber Lone Star Sprint Shootout. ASCS 9/28
  • Fremont Speedway OH)The Mo Vaughn Transportation Buckeye Outlaw Sprint Series (BOSS) will return to Fremont Speedway Saturday, Oct. 3 to close out the track’s 2015 season. Besides the traditional, non-wing sprints, the winged 305 sprints, 602 late models and dirt trucks will be in action and there will be a special ladies powder puff truck race and a special mechanics race for the late models, who will be racing “topless” on Saturday. Press Releases9/28
  • Brent Marks)Saturday Chad strapped in to the Nolen Racing 20N for the first time to compete in the Amsoil USAC 4 Crown Nationals at Eldora Speedway. A strong field of over 50 sprint cars filled the pits for the historic event. Chad went out fairly late for qualifying. He managed to lay down a lap in the 16 second bracket that would place him in the top 15 in Amsoil Prosource Qualifying, timing 13th quick overall. Making the heat race inversion Chad would start 3rd in the first heat race. Press Releases9/28
  • Chase Dietz)Third generation sprint car driver Chase Dietz made a little more history on Friday evening, September 25, by not only claiming a fourth 358 sprint car victory at Williams Grove Speedway in 2015, but by also claiming the 2015 Williams Grove Speedway “358” track championship. Dietz, pilot of the Troy Godfrey, Godfrey Racing Engines, #5, 358 sprinter, surged ahead from a ninth starting position on Friday evening to clinch his championship fate. The York, Pennsylvania, native now has two “358” track titles in central Pennsylvania during the last two seasons, beginning with a Lincoln Speedway championship in 2014. Press Releases9/28
  • Blake Skipper)Blake Skipper opens up his NSW season this Saturday night at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway, which doubles up as the first ever round of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW. After spending the opening two weeks of his season racing in Toowoomba, it was a tough start but the team is putting that well and truly behind them and will head to Valvoline Raceway with renewed enthusiasm for the first race of the season on home soil. Press Releases9/28
  • Scotty Thiel)Just as Scotty Thiel and the Scott Thiel Motorsports #64 team was on a hot streak, the bad luck struck and ended many high hopes throughout the month of September. The bad luck struck the first event of September at 141 Speedway where Thiel entered the night only 71 points out of the championship. The late season charge ended quickly when Thiel expired an engine in hot laps and would borrow a car but back luck still continued as he shredded two tires over the course of the night.Press Releases9/28
  • Chase Johnson)Chase Johnson should make friends with the monkey on his back because it is firmly attached. Johnson was derailed by a mechanical problem while in contention for at least a top 10 during last Friday's King of the West 410 Sprint Car Series event at Santa Maria Raceway. Press Releases9/28
  • Danny Lasoski)Big Game Motorsports returns to competition this weekend during the Fearsome 410 Finale, which wraps up the inaugural FVP National Sprint League season. The Muddy backed team and driver Danny Lasoski have already clinched the championship, but are looking to keep their perfect streak alive at I-80 Speedway in Greenwood, Neb., this Friday and Saturday. Press Releases9/28
  • Trey Starks)Trey Starks garnered his first career sprint car championship by scoring his sixth victory of the season last Saturday at Central Washington State Fair Raceway. The win, which was his first at the track, helped secure the inaugural Western Sprint Tour title. Press Releases9/28
  • Patrick Dills)Patrick Dills capped his sophomore season in a sprint car the best possible way. Dills secured his first career championship by winning his third Extreme Sprints feature of the season on Saturday at Cottage Grove Speedway. Press Releases9/28
  • Dominic Scelzi)Dominic Scelzi has momentum on his side coming off another strong weekend with the King of the West 410 Sprint Car Series. Scelzi registered a pair of top-10 results to extend his streak to four straight races. He now has five finishes in the top seven in seven races since returning from a back injury earlier this month. Press Releases9/28
  • Jason Sides)Jason Sides picked up his fourth top-10 finish of the season at Eldora Speedway to highlight last weekend with the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series. Sides registered a seventh-place finish at the half-mile oval near Rossburg, Ohio, on Friday to kick off a two-race weekend with the Outlaws. Press Releases9/28
  • Brad Loyet)Brad Loyet and the Vacuworx Global #o5 team posted one of the biggest wins in their career Saturday night at the Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway near Wheatland, Missouri. The win came with 55 competitors in the field and was sanctioned by the Lucas Oil ASCS National Series. This Friday and Saturday, the Sunset Hills, Missouri drivers helps the FVP National Sprint League finish their season at the $7,000 to win “Fearless 410 Finale” at I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska. Press Releases9/28
  • Tony Bruce Jr)Tony Bruce Jr. kept his streak of earning a top 10 during the Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial going last Saturday by recording an eighth-place finish at Lucas Oil Speedway. He has now captured at least one top-10 finish during the marquee Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour event all five seasons. Press Releases9/28
  • Downforce Designs)Downforce Designs is excited to announce a new special. The apparel company based in Washington State will not charge a design fee, which is another added bonus to its 50-item minimum. Press Releases9/28
  • Brian Brown)Brian Brown and the Casey’s General Stores/FVP #21 team topped a 55-car field last Friday night to take the prelim of the Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway near Wheatland, Missouri. The win was the highlight of the weekend, however, as the Grain Valley, Missouri driver was involved in two unavoidable tangles early in Saturday’s finale. This weekend, the FVP National Sprint League will be competing in the “Fearless 410 Finale” Friday and Saturday at I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska. Press Releases9/28
  • David Gravel)David Gravel and his Destiny Motorsports team took to the Eldora Speedway on Friday night at the Berlin Raceway on Saturday night, where Gravel was able to race his way to a Top-10 finish. “We struggled a little bit over the weekend, but we were able to work hard close out our weekend with a nice Top-10 run,” David Gravel said. Press Releases9/28
  • Lucas Oil Speedway MO)In an absolute display of dominance, Brad Loyet parked his Vacuworx No. 05 in Victory Lane for his first triumph at the Lucas Oil Speedway this past Saturday night with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network. Derek Hagar completed a weekend sweep in Impact Signs, Awnings, Wraps WAR non-wing Sprints. Grain Valley, Missouri's Brian Brown took top honors in ASCS Preliminary action Friday night. Race Results 9/28
  • Kerry Madsen)Kerry Madsen and his Keneric Racing/American Racing team bounced back from a tough night at the Eldora Speedway to finish fifth with the World of Outlaws at the Berlin Brawl in Berlin, MI. “They keep changing the Eldora, and we are trying to get back to where we have been at that track in years past, but we are just a little off,” Kerry Madsen said. “Saturday night we were really good, and it was great to get a World of Outlaw Top-Five.” Press Releases9/28
  • DJ Netto)Making the trip to the California Coast with the King of the West Series, DJ Netto picked up a third place finish on Friday night at the Santa Maria Speedway before an eventful night at the Ventura Raceway saw him come away with a ninth place effort. Press Releases9/28
  • Jonathan Allard)Jonathan Allard and his Tri-C Motorsports team picked up a second place finish at the Ventura Raceway on Saturday night following a fifth place finish on Friday night at the Santa Maria Speedway during the King of the West Series’ trip to the coast. “It was great to get a couple of Top-Five finishes with the King of the West Series,” Jonathan Allard said. “My guys did a great job both nights, and we are so close to getting back to KWS victory lane.” Press Releases9/28



  • DIRTVision)The World of Outlaws are back at Williams Grove Speedway for the new 3-day National Open, October 1st, 2nd, and 3rd! DIRTVision MAX will be there all three days covering every second of racing! Watch LIVE for only $59.99! Sign up now at! For a complete DIRTVision broadcast schedule, visit By purchasing the coverage of the National Open, you will have access to come back and watch that archive at 9/28
  • Kyle Hirst)Heading to the coast with the King of the West Series over the weekend, Kyle Hirst picked up his fifth King of the West win of the season on Friday night at the Santa Maria Speedway, before recording a fourth place finish at the Ventura Raceway on Saturday night. Press Releases9/28
  • Sean Becker)Grabbing the reigns to the F&F Racing No. x1 machine on Saturday night with the Civil War Series in Petaluma, CA, Sean Becker would nearly set a track record in qualifying time trials before finish seventh in the feature event. “We were really fast early, but in the feature event we had our nose wing collapse and it really made the car a handful,” Sean Becker said. Press Releases9/28
  • Justyn Cox)Making the trip to the Petaluma Speedway on Saturday night to run with the Civil War Series, Justyn Cox turned in a strong performance, as he was able to finish third. Press Releases9/28
  • Justin Sanders)Though having a love-hate relationship with the Petaluma Speedway, Justin Sanders picked up his third podium finish of the year at the track on Saturday night, as he closed in on Civil War Series point leader, Andy Forsberg, with just one race remaining. Press Releases9/28
  • Tommy Tarlton)Tommy Tarlton and his Tarlton Racing team made the trip to the Ventura Raceway on Saturday night to take on the King of the West Series, and when the dust settled Tarlton earned KSE Hard Charger Honors by way of his sixth place finish. Press Releases9/28
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  • NSL)The FVP National Sprint League brings a successful inaugural season to a close this Friday and Saturday, October 2 and 3 at the I-80 Speedway near Greenwood, Nebraska. The “Fearless 410 Finale” presented by Huffman Productions and Durst Motorsports will not only feature the best of the NSL, but drivers like “The King of the Outlaws” Steve Kinser and young Dominic Scelzi of California. National Sprint League 9/28
  • Justin Miller)The Arbor Green Contractors, KenJay Fiedler Excavating, In Motion Dance Studio, Meyer Motors, BMG Designs, Glacier Transit and Storage, Richard Wirtz Attorney at Law, CJ Salon, Curve In Bar, Bane Nelson, Meyer Farms and R&H Enterprises,Triple X Racing Chassis powered by Tiry Engines 360, Afco Shocks, Velocity Wings, and American Racer Tires #15M was back in action at the horsepower half-mile located at the Dodge County Fairgrounds on Saturday evening. Miller started 5th in heat race one and would finish 7th and start 13th in the nights 20 lap A-main. Miller and the MFM team made numerous changes to the #15m and the changes made were successful. The team captured its best finish to date at the horsepower half-mile finishing 12th. Miller will be back in action for the last race of the MSA season on Saturday at the Plymouth Dirt Track. The team is currently 12 points out of 2nd place in points. Follow Justin on Facebook at Miller Family Motorsports (Justin Miller) or on Twitter: @JustinMiller15m or @CamishaDirtDiva: 9/28
  • ASCS SW)The ASCS Southwest Region picks up this Saturday, October 3 with a special one night, $4,000 to win, $400 to start blowout to honor one of New Mexico’s biggest racing names with the inaugural Joe Herrera Memorial at the Aztec Speedway in Aztec, New Mexico. ASCS 9/28
  • National Open Kick It)There are so many great ways to donate to the Williams Grove National Open Kick-It Tournament. A multiple prize raffle drawing (more info. below), donate online (click the Kick-It logo at, visit the official Kick-It page bring cash/check with you to the event or send check to Julie Bly 17323 Bighorn Ct. Round Hill, Viriginia 20141. Please make all checks payable to Kick-It and let us know which team you want your donation amount to apply to. Checks must be received by Wednesday Oct. 7th to count towards the event total. Central PA 9/28
  • Joey Montgomery)Joey Montgomery and Reddick Motorsports picked up win number 9 and 10 on year and collected $8000 by winning both nights of Queens Royale at Farmington MO. Montgomery drives the Joe and Jodie Reddick owned, Champion Racing Oil, Kueker Farms, Cooper Racing Products, Protect the Harvest, O’ Donley Racing Engines, J & J Internet, Maxim. 9/28

  • Valvoline Raceway AU)This Saturday night’s historic opening round of the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship NSW at Valvoline Raceway will be the first of six nights where ‘lap leader’ sponsorships are provided to combatants in the Sprintcar A-Main. The Brian Healey Cup (October 3) the Sid Hopping Shootout (November 14) The George Tatnell Challenge (December 5) The Ultimate Pink Night (February 13) The USC “Chase” Round 1 (March 5) and the USC Chase Round 5 (April 9) will form the six-nights of the Lap Leader concept. Press Releases9/28

Sunday  September 27th 2015 

A revolution is not a bed of roses. Fidel Castro



  • Photos)Weekend photos are in SpeedShotz9/27
  • The Speedway Motors/Champion Racing Oil Central PA Sprint Cars ran Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway as a tune up for the National Open next weekend. Stevie Smith was back in town preparing for next week and took the feature event. It was Stevie's 9th series win of the year. Saturday night was the $20,000 to win Dirt Classic at Lincoln Speedway. Brian Montieth hadn't been in victory lane for a few months but picked a good night to change that. Brian won the feature and the $20,000 that came with it to give him nine wins for the year too.Speedway Motors/Champion Racing Oil Central PA 9/27
  • URSS)The curtains came down on the URSS 2015 season at Dodge City Raceway Park with Turpin, Oklahoma’s Taylor Velasquez topping the Sprint Car portion of the Jerry Soderberg Memorial Championship for the second year in a row. While Velasquez wired the field in the 30-lap URSS feature it was Colorado’s Jake Bubak claiming his 3rd URSS National Championship in a row with his 5th place finish. Race Results 9/27
  • King of the West)With the King of the West 410 Sprint Car Series heading down the beautiful California coast this past weekend it was Chico’s Kyle Hirst & Los Angeles, CA’s Tyler Walker picking up victories at the Santa Maria Raceway & Ventura Raceway respectively, each earning their 16th career win by doing so. KoW, JH Wingless, Civil War 9/27
  • All Stars)Dale Blaney made history on Sunday night in Findlay, Ohio, by clinching a record sixth career UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions title. The “Low Rider” secured his spot in the history books with a flag-to-flag UNOH All Star victory at Millstream Speedway on Sunday evening, September 27. Blaney led all 30 laps of main event competition, leading Red Lion, Pennsylvania’s Cody Darrah and Minden, Nevada’s Tanner Thorson at the final checkers. The win gives Blaney a 206 point advantage over Cody Darrah entering the UNOH All Star season finale at Eldora Speedway on October 10; a deficit that is impossible to overcome. The series victory at Millstream was Blaney’s 12th of the season and the 127th of his storied career. All Stars 9/27
  • MOWA)Quincy Raceways IL...Paul Neinhiser, Jim Moughan, Joe B Miller, Joey Moughan, Logan Faucon, Jeremy Standridge, Tasker Phillips, Brad Loyet, Jerrod Hull, Chris Urish. 9/27
  • OTS)The grandstands were packed lastnight at South Buxton Raceway! A full moon brought out the best in all the drivers. In the first heat Warren Mahoney 25 had the pole but Joe Bares 19 closed in quickly. John Watson had to pull out of the heat due to motor issues and was unable to return for the feature. It was Warren Mahoney 25 that took the win with Chris Jones 11J close behind.Race Results 9/27


  • Toby Bellbowen) It was a successful way to start the season for Toby Bellbowen, who, on his first race back on Australian soil after a three week sojourn to the USA, qualified for the Ultimate Sprintcar Chase with a third place finish at the Hi-Tec Oils Toowoomba Speedway on Saturday night. Press Releases9/27
  • Sammy Swindell)Sammy Swindell is primed for this week's 53rd annual National Open. Swindell and CJB Motorsports took advantage of a tune-up race for the $50,000-to-win World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series event at Williams Grove Speedway in Mechanicsburg, Pa., this Thursday through Saturday by competing at the half-mile oval last Friday. Press Releases9/27
  • Henry Van Dam)Henry Van Dam capped the Dirt Fall Classic on Saturday at Central Washington State Fair Raceway by recording his 10th top-five finish of the season. "Overall it was a good weekend," he said. "Any time you come away with few broken parts it's definitely a good weekend. We were able to log some laps to learn. We tried some stuff we normally don't. Those are tough nights because you're real unsure with what you're doing and not everything you try will be a great result." Press Releases9/27



  • JSTS)The Season Finale races for the 2015 racing season at Jackson Speedway, the 37th Annual Jackson IMCA Nationals and the Jackson Speedway Touring Season 360 Winged Sprint Season Championships attracted 177 cars to the historic half-mile speedway. Sponsored by the State Bank of Fairmont and KRAQ/KKOJ Radio of Jackson, the evening’s racing program also featured the Doug Cellan Memorial Feature for the IMCA Stock Cars. Tim Kaeding of San Jose, CA earned the win in the JSTS/Last Deck 360 Winged Sprint 20-lap feature event. Race Results 9/27
  • POWRi West)An outstanding 30 cars signed in for action at Port City Raceway as the Lucas Oil POWRi West Midget Series invaded the 1/8. The 4 8 lap heat races would be won by Matt Sherrell, Grady Chandler, AJ Burns and Michelle Decker. The single 15 lap B-Feature would be won by Blake Edwards Race Results 9/27
  • Canyon Speedway Park AZ)The USAC Southwest vs. USAC West Coast Sprint Cars “Brawl for It All” lived up to its moniker on Saturday night with Yuma native Mike Martin emerging victorious in the hard-fought 30-lapper atop the 1/3-mile Canyon Speedway Park clay oval. Race Results 9/27
  • MSCS)The Hoosier Tire Midwest Sprint Car Series drivers competed at Tri-State Speedway Saturday night during the third annual Class Track Fall Roundup. Kyle Cummins of Princeton, IN, won the 25 lap feature. The victory was his second for this event in that he also won it in 2014. Cummins has also won two of the last three MSCS features held at the track this season. The winning sprint car was the 3R deployed by the Rock Steady Racing Team owned by Hank Byram. The car is powered by a Cummins Race Engine and sponsored by Pro Glide Coatings and Creative Finishing. The winner’s share of the purse was $2,000. Race Results 9/27
  • WAR)Derek Hagar made it two for two as he took the second night of the Hockett/McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway Saturday night with the Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps WAR Series presented by Next LED. Steve Thomas took the lead from his pole starting position as he was followed by Casey Shuman and Wyatt Burks. With one lap down, the yellow came out for Danny Smith, who stopped in turn four with front end damage.Race Results 9/27
  • Lincoln Park Speedway IN)Lincoln Park Speedway celebrated its champions on Saturday night as racing action concluded for the season with an excellent evening of competition. Scott Hampton (sprint cars), Jay Humphrey Jr. (modifieds), Josh Boller (super stocks) and Josh Settles (bombers) were each recognized as champions of their respective classes before the A-main features. The top-10 and rookies of the year were also awarded for their efforts this season. Race Results 9/27
  • USAC)USAC DMA MIDGET RACE RESULTS: September 26, 2015 - Bradford, Vermont - Bear Ridge Speedway FEATURE: (25 laps) 1. Josh Sunn (#67 Manafort), 2. Adam Pierson (#76 Manafort), 3. Derek Graham (#5 Graham), 4. Mike Chaffee (#18c Chaffee), 5. Dean Christensen (#69 Miller), 6. Robert Tucker (#17 Donnelly), 7. Ray Miller (#1w Miller), 8. Kevin Chaffee (#4 Matczak), 9. Adam Whitney (#12 Whitney), 10. Tim Gallant (#33 Gallant)USAC 9/27
  • USAC)USAC SOUTHWEST/WEST COAST SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: September 26, 2015 – Peoria, Arizona – Canyon Speedway Park – “4th Brawl For It All”/Grudge Series FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Mike Martin, 2. Andy Reinbold, 3. Nick Aiuto, 4. Chris Bonneau, 5. Stevie Sussex, 6. Brian Hosford, 7. Josh Pelkey, 8. Tom Ogle, 9. Josh Shipley, 10. Tye MihockoUSAC 9/27
  • Wayne County Speedway OH)The 50th season of racing came to a close at Wayne County Speedway Saturday night with the running of the third annual Blowout presented by AAA. The night had some close racing action along with some wild moments. Millersburg’s Brad Haudenschild would start on the pole of the Fisher Performance Sprint feature but action would be slowed before lap two went in the books as Pete Grove got sideways in turn one and collected Sam Ashworth who flipped and ended his night while Kirk Jeffries ended on his side but would continue as would Jim Morris who stayed up right. Grove also went pitside.Race Results 9/27


  • WAR)Second-generation sprint car driver Casey Shuman has purchased the Wingless Auto Racing Sprint Car Series. WAR, started and operated by Andrew Korte of California, Mo., will continue to run its races in America’s heartland, as it has since its inception. “First, I need to thank Andrew Korte and his staff for making this deal go so smoothly,” Shuman said. “Promoting is something that has always been on my radar, and the older I get, the more I’ve realized that it’s something I really want to do. I have enjoyed racing in the WAR series the past few years with JHR, and I’m very excited to be taking this platform into the future.” Press Releases9/27
  • VSS)Virginia Sprint Series Race #19 Saturday September 26th 2015 IMCA RaceSaver Mid-Atlantic Division Shenandoah Speedway Shenandoah, Va. Rain Off and On all day Turns Off Race Night After a very poor forecast for afternoon rain when it was already overcast and lighting raining in the morning racing for Saturday was a wash out so it will be off for a week before heading back to Shenandoah Speedway on Saturday night October 10th to close out the 2015 season. 9/27
  • Valvoline Raceway AU)American motor racing superstar Kasey Kahne has confirmed that he’ll be returning to Australia in 2015/2016 to race an exclusive Ultimate Sprintcar schedule at Valvoline Raceway. Kahne, a household name in NASCAR and Speedway dirt track circles the world over will bring his own first class equipment including two complete cars and spares to race at VR on December 26, December 28, December 30, January 1, January 3 and January 5. Press Releases9/27
  • IRA)Wow! A tie for the point lead going into the season finale! Bill Rose and Ben Schmidt are tied going into Saturday night October 3rd at Sheboygan County Fair Park. It's actually a threesome as 2-time IRA Champ Scotty Neitzel sits just 22 points back in a contending third. 4 divisions of Sprints this coming Saturday headlined by championship nights for the Bumper To Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series, and MSA 360's, plus crate wingLESS, and micro sprints too. 9/27
  • USCS)The United Sprint Car Series presented by K&N Filters ( returns to the 3/8 mile racing surface at Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina on Saturday, October 3rd. It will be the third time the 700 plus horsepower, 1300 pound exotic race cars have invaded the re-configured version of the legendary speedway since it was reduced from a 5/8 mile oval. The Fayetteville, Georgia based series for winged outlaw style sprint cars had a successful return on the same weekend last October. The event is the Finale of the 7th annual Carolina Thunder Nationals during the nineteenth season of competition for the USCS. USCS 9/27



  • POWRi)Zach Daum of Pocahontas, Illinois claimed his second POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget Series victory of 2015, "Dauminating" the Ford EcoBoost Challenge at Tri-State Speedway. Recovering from a violent wreck overseas earlier in 2015, Daum was sidelined for a better part of the 2015 season hindering his bid to defend his POWRi championship titles. Race Results 9/27
  • Civil War)An extremely tight three-headed Civil War Series Championship battle tightened up even more after Saturday night’s stop in Petaluma, CA, as reigning series champ, Shane Golobic, was dominant en route to his second win of the season. Colby Copeland and Shane Golobic would lead the field to green on a old-school, cowboy up Petaluma Speedway, with Copeland getting the jump and getting off to a nice lead. KoW, JH Wingless, Civil War 9/27
  • IRA)Dusty “Zoom Zoom” Zomer was headed home after a somewhat frustrating couple days racing in Ohio. The Sioux Falls, SD native decided that on the way home, why not take in another show. The decision was well worth is as Zomer made his way past early race leader Bill Rose, and then fended off the challenges of seven-time series champion Bill Balog to earn a convincing win at the Dodge County Fairgrounds. IRA 9/26
  • Eldora Speedway OH)Christopher Bell may be only 20 years old, but he looked like a long time veteran in winning the USAC Midget and Silver Crown races as part of the Four Crown Nationals at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio. Bell dominated the Silver Crown race after starting on the pole and led every lap and he led most of the laps after starting fourth in the USAC Midget race earlier in the night. Race Results 9/27
  • ESS/SCONE)Dan Douville is coming off one of the best seasons of his racing career. It is one that saw him win four Sprint Cars of New England A-Main events while on his way to the 2015 championship. On Saturday night the Bridgewater, N.H., driver put the exclamation point on the season as he pocketed $4,050 for winning the Inaugural Green Mountain Nationals on the Dirt Track at Devils Bowl Speedway in a combined event with the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints. Race Results 9/27
  • ESS)It doesn’t matter if it’s a Sprint Car or a Modified, Stewart Friesen has the Fonda Speedway figured out. The 2015 Modified track champion dominated the 25-lap Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprint main-event on Friday night en route to his fourth win of the season. Race Results 9/27
  • USAC)USAC HPD WESTERN MIDGET RACE RESULTS: September 26, 2015 - Bakersfield, California - Bakersfield Speedway  FEATURE: (16 laps - Halted due to accident) 1. Ashley Hazelton, 2. Mike Leach, 3. Tom Paterson, 4. Jesse Love IV, 5. Daniel Anderson, 6. Shawn Buckley, 7. Cody Jessop (#44), 8. Robert Dalby, 9. Jet Davison, 10. Ariel Biggs, 11. Wally Pankratz, 12. Jesse Love III (#00)USAC 9/27
  • USAC)Christopher Bell capped Saturday night's 34th "4-Crown Nationals" at Eldora Speedway with his first-ever Silver Crown Championship Series victory, making it two of three crowns for the night at the famed half-mile. Again, Bell took the lead from the start and went wire-to-wire, this time after setting the night's ProSource "Fast Time." He won by 6.398 seconds in the Fred Gormly - RPM Auto Enterprise #99 JEI/Foxco Chevy. USAC 9/27
  • USAC)Thomas Meseraull has been beating on the door for his first-career USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car win, and he finally kicked it in on Saturday night at Eldora Speedway during the 34th "4-Crown Nationals." The San Jose, California native came from row-three and dominated the second half of the 30-lapper. USAC 9/27
  • USAC)Christopher Bell took his first "4-Crown Nationals" victory on Saturday night as he opened the 34th annual prestigious Eldora Speedway event with a wire-to-wire Honda National Midget win. The Norman, Oklahoma native made it three wins on the season in the Keith Kunz/Curb-Agajanian Motorsports - Toyota TRD #71 Bullet/Speedway Toyota. USAC 9/27
  • WST)The Western Sprint Tour would wrap up the 2015 season at Central Washington State Fair Raceway on Saturday September 26th for the second and final night of the Dirt Fall Classic. Fans would be treated to some great racing by the best drivers in the Pacific Northwest on the massive 3/8-mile clay oval. Twenty-three cars from the states of Washington, Oregon, and California as well as the Canadian province of British Columbia. Race Results 9/27
  • Dodge City Raceway Park KS)The curtains came down on the 2015 season at Dodge City Raceway Park with Turpin, Oklahoma’s Taylor Velasquez topping the Sprint Car portion of the Jerry Soderberg Memorial Championship for the second year in a row. While Velasquez wired the field in the 30-lap URSS vs. Precise Racing Products DCRP Sprint Car main eventRace Results 9/27


  • Fred Rahmer Promotions)Just a few weeks remain before Sunday, October 18 and this season’s final installment of Fred Rahmer Promotions’ events at Path Valley Speedway. The 410 Sprint Cars and 600cc Micro Sprints headline Rahmer’s Armed Forces Appreciation Night – offering half-priced general admission tickets to U.S. Military personnel in uniform. Active and retired members of the Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard and National Guard are invited to attend as the Fastest Cars on Dirt salute them with intense side-by-side wheel-banging Sprint Car Racing on the Path Valley mile bullring. Central PA 9/27
  • 81 Speedway KS)The “All Day Sucker” concluded the final weekly point race season at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas on Saturday with a total of 99 cars representing nine divisions on hand from noon until dark. And when the dust settled, new and repeat track champions would earn championships with a couple drivers also earning their first career victories to close out the 2015 weekly race season. Press Releases9/27
  • The Central PA 358 Point Series presented by Capitol Renegade saw the crowning on a new Champion Friday night. Doug Hammaker with his second place finish on Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway has locked up his first ever Central PA 358 Point Series presented by Capitol Renegade Championship. Hammaker capped off an incredible season in his family owned 66 by not only winning the Central PA 358 Point Championship, but also picking up the Lincoln Speedway track championship, The Nouse Signs and Graphics 358 Summer Series, and the Lincoln Speedway.Central PA 9/27
  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)Sprint car fans in the East will gather this Saturday night to see the 53rd running of the Williams Grove Speedway Champion Racing Oil National Open for sprint cars sanctioned by the World of Outlaws, going 40-laps in distance and paying $50,000 to the winner. The National Open has a grand history that dates back to its inception and first champion in 1963. Central PA 9/27
  • Williams Grove Speedway PA)Williams Grove Speedway will present the premier sprint car event of the season in the east this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 1, 2 and 3, when it hosts the 53rd annual Champion Racing Oil World of Outlaws National Open for sprint cars. Central PA 9/27
  • Port Royal Speedway PA)Port Royal Speedway is readying for three final weeks of sprint car racing action coming up on October 10, 17 and 24. After a few weeks off, the historic oval will close out the 2015 season with a trio of big shows to cap off the year. It all climaxes with the return of the World of Outlaws sprint cars to the track on Saturday, October 24 at 5 pm along with the Mid Atlantic Modifieds. Central PA 9/27



  • WAR)Derek Hagar wins A-Main and sweeps the weekend at Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial at Lucas Oil Speedway MO. 9/27
  • POWRi)Haubstadt IN...Zach Daum, Critter Malone, Austin Brown, Andrew Felker, Dereck King, Darren Hagen, Jake Neuman, Chett Gherke, Tucker Klaasmeyer, Kyle Schuett. 9/27
  • ESS)Dan Douville wins feature at Devils Bowl Speedway VT over Lee Ladoiuceur, Jason Barney, Tommy Wickham, Clay Dow. 9/27
  • King of the West)Ventura CA...#88 Tyler Walker #3C Jonathan Allard #0 Bud Kaeding #83JR Kyle Hirst #21x Carson Macedo #21 Tommy Tarlton #41 Dominic Scelzi #69 Brent Kaeding #88N DJ Netto #37 Mitchell Faccinto #25 Bobby McMahan #12 Jarrett Soares #80 Troy Rutherford #73 Ryan Bernal #7 Greg Taylor #5K Chris Dyson #09S Geoffrey Strole #55 Tony Everhart #21K Cory Kruseman 9/27
  • Civil War)Petaluma Speedway CA...#22 Shane Golobic #17 Justin Sanders #31c Justyn Cox #24b Geoff Ensign #7c Andy Forsberg #43 Bradley Terrell #x1 Sean Becker #18 Jeremy Burt #26 Billy Aton #23 Ken Fredenburg #42x Herman Klein #52 David Lindt #49 Mike Monahan #5v Colby Copeland #7h Jake Haulot #07n Zack Lynskey #3t Nick Ringo #83 Austin Liggett #1r Ryan Robinson #29r Riley Matson #55 Marissa Polizzi #72w Kurt Nelson 9/27
  • ASCS Frontier)Former series champion Joe Ramaker picked up his first win of the season in Friday's ASCS Frontier Region sprint car main event at the Montana Round-Up at Electric City Speedway. The Choteau, Montana driver, who won the ASCS Frontier Region title in 2014, led all but one of the 25 laps around the Great Falls clay oval, earning his first win in just over a year aboard the Ramaker Racing No. 98 Ostrich-powered J&J. ASCS9/27
  • ASCS Lucas Oil)In an absolute display of dominance, Brad Loyet parked his Vacuworx No. 05 in Victory Lane for his first triumph at the Lucas Oil Speedway with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series presented by the MAVTV Motorsports Network to become the 18th different winner on the season. The seventh time Brad Loyet has found Victory Lane since 2012 with the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour, the win in the fifth annual Hockett/McMillin Memorial was a special one for the Loyet family.  ASCS9/27
  • World of Outlaws)Daryn Pittman set the pace throughout much of Saturday night's NAPA Auto Parts Berlin Brawl at Berlin Speedway but Donny Schatz closed the gap with three laps to go and drag raced Pittman to the checkered flag. He scored his 30th World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series victory of the season and became the first driver since 1992 to win 30 races in a season. After leading early, Logan Schuchart finished the night in third. DIRT/World of Outlaws 9/27
  • USAC)USAC SILVER CROWN CHAMPIONSHIP RACE RESULTS: September 26, 2015 - Rossburg, Ohio - Eldora Speedway - 34th "4-Crown Nationals" FEATURE: (50 laps) 1. Christopher Bell, 2. Kody Swanson, 3. Chris Windom, 4. Shane Cottle, 5. Brady Bacon, 6. Justin Grant, 7. Shane Cockrum, 8. C.J. Leary, 9. Steve Buckwalter, 10. Jerry Coons Jr.,USAC 9/27
  • USAC)AMSOIL USAC NATIONAL SPRINT CAR RACE RESULTS: September 26, 2015 - Rossburg, Ohio - Eldora Speedway - 34th "4-Crown Nationals"  FEATURE: (30 laps) 1. Thomas Meseraull, 2. Kody Swanson, 3. Dave Darland, 4. Bryan Clauson, 5. Scotty Weir, 6. Chase Stockon, 7. Dallas Hewitt, 8. Robert Ballou, 9. Chris WindomUSAC 9/27
  • USAC)HONDA USAC NATIONAL MIDGET RACE RESULTS: September 26, 2015 - Rossburg, Ohio - Eldora Speedway - 34th "4-Crown Nationals"  FEATURE: (25 laps) 1. Christopher Bell, 2. Rico Abreu, 3. Tracy Hines, 4. Tanner Thorson, 5. Kevin Thomas Jr., 6. Steven Drevicki, 7. Spencer Bayston, 8. Tony DiMattia, 9. Thomas Meseraull, 10. Ryan GrethUSAC 9/27
  • East Bay Raceway Park FL)East Bay Sprints (25-lap feature) 1. 22 Johnny Gilbertson 2. 3T Johnnie Alexander 3. 31 Andrew Griffin 4. 30 DJ Peeples 5. 38 Tony Agin 6. 12 David M. Kelley 7. 55 Kerry Gilbert 8. 1* Tim George 9. 10x Sean Clark 10. 29 Steve Mueller 11. 21 Jason Webster 12. 17c Aileen Collins-Love (DNS) 13. 02 Gene Lasker (DNS) 14. 23d Dylan Colding (DNS)9/27
  • Lincoln Speedway PA)Brian Montieth showed the huge crowd why is the track champ by claiming the $20,000 top prize in the Second Annual “Dirt Classic” at Lincoln Speedway Saturday night. After exchanging numerous slide jobs over the final few laps, Montieth held off inaugural “Dirt Classic” winner Stevie Smith to score a milestone 50th career Lincoln win. And although it got down to Montieth and Smith at the end, it was Montieth’s double-pass of third-place Jac Haudenschild and second-place Brent Marks that was key to the win. Central PA 9/27


  • All Stars)Atomic Speedway and UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions officials were forced to cancel action at Atomic Speedway near Chillicothe, Ohio, on Saturday evening, September 26. A steady, light rain, mixed in with periods of harder precipitation, ended all chances for competition at the Atomic highbanks. Wet weather moved into the area just before 5 o'clock. All Stars 9/27
  • Joey Saldana)The World of Outlaws teams and drivers played to a huge crowd at Berlin Raceway tonight. It was the season finale for dirt track racing activity at Berlin. In preliminary action, Saldana drove the Motter Equipment HE&M Saw Beltline Body Shop Sprint Car to the No. 12 qualifying position with a 14.828-second lap. In World of Outlaws qualifying to heat race formatting, Saldana earned the pole of the third heat. Press Releases9/27

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