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Pierce Captures Slocum Memorial

Bobby Pierce won the Slocum Memorial at Iowa's 34 Raceway. (Mike Ruefer photo)

Bobby Pierce earned $10,555 for winning Saturday night’s Slocum Memorial dirt late model race at 34 Raceway

Lanigan Stops Owens At Florence

Lanigan Stops Owens At Florence

Darrell Lanigan and Jimmy Owens shared center stage in what was a hard-fought short-track Saturday night battle of Club 29 race cars at Florence Speedway

It’s All Ian Madsen In Knoxville Opener

It’s All Ian Madsen In Knoxville Opener

In what many feel is the most competitive weekly field Knoxville Raceway has ever assembled in the 410 class, Ian Madsen struck the first blow by winning the season opener at the “Sprint Car Capital of the World” on Saturday night

URC Opener Is All Mark Smith

URC Opener Is All Mark Smith

Mark Smith made short work of a 31-car field of 360 sprints cars as the Rislone URC Sprint Series opened their 67th season Saturday night at Selinsgrove Speedway

Abreu Keeps Rolling Along Out West

Abreu Keeps Rolling Along Out West

Rico Abreu continued his hot streak Saturday night at Placerville Speedway

McClelland Conquers Springfield

Dustin Morgan (93) battles eventual ASCS sprint car winner Sean McClelland at Springfield Raceway. (Ken Simon photo)

Sean McClelland was determined to win and it showed in a wheel-to-wheel battle in the closing laps with Dustin Morgan with the ASCS Sooner and Warrior Regions at Springfield Raceway

Barnes Dominates Lucas Modifieds

Austin Barnes

Usually when someone says Lucas Oil I-10 Speedway is their favorite track it’s said in a joking manner because of the challenging idiosyncrasies of the asphalt over on the Colorado River Fair grounds. But when Austin Barnes said it Saturday night he meant it

Reutzel Claims Gulf South Prize

Reutzel Claims Gulf South Prize

For the third year in a row, Aaron Reutzel claimed victory at the Gator Motorplex, topping the Nolan Wren Memorial with the Griffith Truck and Equipment Gulf South Region

Myers Ends Long Hagerstown Drought


It’s been a long time coming for D.J. Myer,s but Saturday evening the 18-year veteran finally ended a drought dating to June 2008 and scored his 15th career Hoosier Tire Mid Atlantic Late Model triumph at Hagerstown Speedway.

Reed Untouchable At Macon Speedway


One week after missing the setup on his UMP street stock, Gene Reed stuck his car down low to grab the Midwest Big Ten Series street stock opener at Macon Speedway Saturday night.

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