With Santa’s sleigh back in the shop awaiting adjustments to meet the 2015 rule changes and New Year’s celebrations marking the start of another season, it’s time to look back on another racing season through our annual SuperFans rundown, which once again will be sponsored by Tim Frost’s National Speedway Directory
Dec 29 2014 | Posted in Columns
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If anyone doubted Stewart Friesen’s talent, Super DIRT Week certainly put those doubts to rest. While he timed poorly with his big block modified, the Canadian transplant was more than ready on race day.
Stewart Friesen shocked leader Matt Sheppard with a flat out, high side dive into turn three late in the Syracuse 200 Sunday and emerged from the corner with his third win in the DIRTcar classic at the New York State Fairgrounds mile.
It’s official, Stewart Friesen is now a star.
Billy Decker appeared to have his seventh Salute to the Troops 150 firmly in hand Saturday, having withstood everything challengers Tim McCreadie, Brett Hearn and Carey Terrance could throw at him.
Syracuse 200 polesitter Matt Sheppard backed up his fast-time on Thursday with a $4,000 win in the opening round of the “Friday Night Lights” qualifying program at Super DIRT Week
The modified faithful were excited when the USAC Silver Crown Series returned to the Syracuse Mile at the New York State Fairgrounds Friday afternoon for their first practice session for Saturday’s Salt City 78.
The first question USAC public relations representative Dick Jordan got from everyone when he hit the New York State Fairgrounds media center was, “How many cars did you bring?”
Matt Sheppard and Billy Decker shared the spotlight Thursday afternoon during “Top Six” qualifying for the Syracuse 200 and Salute to the Troops 150, respectively
Young Larry Wight did something few DIRTcar modified drivers get to do Saturday night — drive around division superstar Brett Hearn for the lead