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ASCS Southwest Makes Canyon Return

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The Arizona desert will ring with horsepower once again as the ASCS Southwest Region hits the road for the one-third mile Canyon Speedway Park in Peoria, Ariz. on Saturday.

Hall Scores In Non-Wing Waynesfield Sprints


Luke Hall finished second in his heat, but he was the man out front at the end of Saturday night’s non-wing sprints feature in the Memorial Classic at Waynesfield Raceway Park.

Kwasniewski Conquers Bristol Competition

Dylan Kwasniewski scored his first NASCAR K&N Pro Series East victory Saturday, winning the DRIVE4COPD 125 at Bristol (Tenn.) Motor Speedway. (HHP/Rusty Jarrett Photo)

Dylan Kwasniewski bested Bristol Motor Speedway’s legendary .533-mile high-banked oval and the other 35 competitors on Saturday to win the DRIVE4COPD 125 in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East opener.

FLETCHER: Michigan Racing Is Getting Better


Eight years ago, after spending most of my previous 37 years residing smack in the middle of the dirt-late-model hotbeds of the Southeast and Ohio Valley regions, I moved north to Michigan.

FLETCHER: Many Stars At East Bay Winternationals


Sitting on a concrete wall watching East Bay (Fla.) Raceway Park’s pit area shutting down for the night, it was relatively easy to begin recalling some memorable moments from the week.

FLETCHER: Looking To Speedweeks Past To Forecast The Future


EAST LEROY, Mich. — I made a not-so-well-taken comment to someone the other day that went something like, “I give more of a damn about old things than I ever will for anything new.” For the moment, I can’t even remember exactly what the conversation was about, but I’m mostly sure of my feeling about […]

FLETCHER: Wishes For 2011


I’m not much on making New Year’s resolutions. I figure if a man wants to do something bad enough, he can get it done without playing mind games with himself.

FLETCHER: Davenport Has Lofty Goals



It must’ve been August when Jonathan Davenport tipped that his goal for 2010 was to win 20 dirt-late-model races. It wasn’t a laughable notion, but it was worth wondering if he actually believed it himself.

FLETCHER: The Good & Bad Sides Of Racing



I frowned upon hearing the car count was pushing 200. Not that I didn’t want Kokomo (Ind.) Speedway promoter Jim O’Connor to have a successful event, I just didn’t want to be at the race track all night.

FLETCHER: Who’s Late-Model Racing’s Top Dog? Bloomquist, Or Moyer?



It will be debated forever who was better, Scott Bloomquist or Billy Moyer.


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