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Madsen Rules Ocala Sprint Car Battle

Kerry Madsen, seen here at at Bubba Raceway Park, led the most important lap at the FVP Western Spring Shootout on Saturday night at the Stockton Dirt Track. (Chris Seelman photo)

Kerry Madsen closed out the weather-shortened UNOH All Star Circuit of Champions sprint car portion of the Bubba Army Winternationals Monday night with a convincing Bubba Raceway Park win over Chad Kemenah, Dan Dietrich, David Gravel and Dale Blaney

HEDGER: The Long Look


As anyone who has spent time in Florida knows, the entire state only has about three dozen natives. Everyone else came here from somewhere else, mostly from cold winter states

HEDGER: The Long Look


Quiet moments are hard to steal during the Christmas season, but we managed to combine snippets here and there with some late night quiet to read Dave Argabright’s latest effort, “Let’s Go Racing!”

Taming The Winged Supermodifieds

The most demanding and the most fun is Thompson where you have to make the outside moves to win, it separates the men from the boys. (Dick Ayers Photo)

When asked how the winged big blocks compare to an Indy car, the proprietor of Bentley’s Saloon in Arundel, Maine, laughed heartily.

HEDGER: The Long Look


With Santa checking his list and the elves putting methanol in his brand new injected “410” sleigh prior to loading the toys, it’s time for SuperFans across the nation to send us their results from the 2013 season.

HEDGER: The Long Look


The title says it all. Supermodified star Bentley Warren was, to use the popular New England term, “wicked” fast.

Super DIRT Week News & Notes

The Super DIRTcar Series big-block modifieds prepare to go racing prior to the 2013 Syracuse 200 at the New York State Fairgrounds. (Dave Dalesandro/MSI Photo)

Fast qualifyers Stewart Friesen and Ronnie Johnson saw ups and downs all weekend…

Dunn Gets Some Syracuse Redemption!

Billy Dunn celebrates after winning the Syracuse 200 at the New York State Fairgrounds on Sunday afternoon. (Dave Dalesandro/MSI Photo)

There’s an old saying in auto racing that you have to lose a big race before you can win one.

Hearn Uses Every Drop For $20,000 Score

Hearn Uses Every Drop For $20,000 Score

A year ago Brett Hearn ran out of gas in the waning laps and gave away the lead in the “Salute to the Troops 150,” the feature event for 358 modifieds during Super DIRT Week at the New York State Fairgrounds.

Triple 20s To Friesen, Hearn & Wight

Brett Hearn leads the field during Friday night's second Triple 20 big-block modified race at the New York State Fairgrounds. (Dave Dalesandro photo)

Super DIRT Week’s Sowle Trailer Sales sponsored “Friday Night Lights” program was long but interesting with 358 modifieds, big-block modifieds and sportsman on the card


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