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David Gravel Thrills Valley Fans

David Gravel won Sunday night's World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series race at New York's Lebanon Valley Speedway. (Dick Ayers photo)

Connecticut resident David Gravel sent a grandstand full of New Englanders home from Lebanon Valley Speedway’s annual World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series show with smiles on their face Sunday night

Tremont Stops Britten Parade


Kenny Tremont Jr. beat Peter Britten, winner of the last two DIRTcar modified features at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway, to the front Friday night and claimed his second consecutive Mike Ronca Memorial

Britten Flies To Albany Score

Peter Britten won Friday's modified feature at New York's Albany-Saratoga Speedway. (Dave Dalesandro photo)

In case you were wondering, it’s true. Batman can fly! Peter “Batman” Britten proved it at Albany-Saratoga Speedway Friday night as he beat Brett Hearn for the second consecutive week in the 35-lap DIRTcar modified feature

Rain Brings Big Show To Early End

Super DIRTcar Logo

Torrential rains brought a premature end to “Brett Hearn’s Big Show 6” at Albany-Saratoga Speedway Tuesday night.

Friesen Streaks To Fonda Glory


Stewart Friesen, hot off an Empire Super Sprints win Thursday night, notched his sixth DIRTcar modified feature win of the season Saturday night at the Fonda Speedway

Aussie Declares His Independence


While Friday night’s Albany-Saratoga Speedway was dedicated to celebrating America’s Independence Day, it was an Australian in victory lane at the end of the 35-lap modified feature, as Peter Britten held off track kingpins Brett Hearn and Kenny Tremont Jr. in a furious battle through constant traffic

HEDGER: The Long Look


Between two cataract operations and a busy schedule at the Saratoga Automobile Museum, we missed almost a month of racing.

Flach Schools Lebanon Valley Foes


Third-generation modified racer Keith Flach notched a convincing victory in Saturday night’s DIRTcar big-block modified feature at Lebanon Valley Speedway.

Hearn Back In Control At Albany-Saratoga


A week ago, Brett Hearn took a challenge from the Albany-Saratoga Speedway promoter and accepted $500 to start in the last row.

HEDGER: The Long Look


How good is Stewart Friesen?


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