Category archives for: Dirt Late Models

Brady Smith Calls It A Career

Brady Smith (2), Jack Sullivan (18) and Brian Shirley during the DIRTcar Summer Nationals event at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55. (Don Figler Photo)

Brady Smith, the 2007 Lucas Oil Late Model Knoxville Nationals champion, announced his retirement on Wednesday, but he didn’t rule out a return to racing in the future.

Rain Halts N.Y. DIRTcar Modified Practice

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Wednesday’s scheduled Big-Block Modified open practice at the New York State Fairgrounds has been canceled due to inclement weather.

IMCA Crowns 2014 Champions

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A who’s who of IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing will receive honors for their 2014 championship campaigns during the national awards banquet next month.

Friesen In Search Of Rare Trifecta

Stewart Friesen is a two-time winner of the Syracuse 200, but he has a new challenge ahead of him in 2014. (DIRTcar photo)

Stewart Friesen is one of the most versatile racers in the Northeast, and he’ll showcase his skills during this year’s NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week, Oct. 8-12, at the New York State Fairgrounds.

Bloomquist Rolls To 7th Lucas LM Win

Scott Bloomquist (center) won Sunday's Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series race at Rome (Ga.) Speedway. He is joined on the podium by Brandon Overton (left) and Chris Madden.

Scott Bloomquist returned to victory lane on Sunday night at Rome Speedway

Stratton Pulls A Devil Of An Upset

Neil Stratton of Bennington, VT scored a wildly popular $5,000 Modified victory and was crowned as the "King of the Clay" at Devil's Bowl Speedway on Sunday night. (MemorEvents photo)

Neil Stratton scored a major upset on Sunday night at Devil’s Bowl Speedway to become the winner of the inaugural King of the Clay race for Big Block and Small Block Modified stock cars.

Tim Dohm Is Fastrak’s $20,000 Man


Tim Dohm battled with early race leader David Smith for 11 laps before finally taking the top spot on lap 27 and then survivied several restarts to capture the $20,000 Fastrak World Championship at Virginia Motor Speedway Saturday night.

Madden Repeats In Dixie Shootout

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Chris Madden went to victory lane for the second year in a row in the Southeast’s most prestigious race on Saturday night at Dixie Speedway

Pierce & Ruhlman School Eldora Foes

Bobby Pierce pocketed $5,000 for winning Saturday's UMP Late Model feature at Eldora Speedway. (Jim DenHamer Photo)

Young driving sensation Bobby Pierce let everyone know that his newly earned DIRTcar UMP National Late Model championship was no fluke and veteran Brian Ruhlman put on a modified driving clinic as the pair roared to victories in Saturday’s DIRTcar UMP Fall Nationals at Eldora Speedway.

USRA Crowns Four National Champions

Rodney Sanders claimed the USRA National Championship in the modified division at Lakeside Speedway. (Buck Monson Photo)

After a wild and entertaining four days Rodney Sanders, Dillon Anderson, Mike Higley and Eric Stanton each left the Lakeside Speedway Saturday night as winners at the inaugural USRA National Championships presented by McCarthy Auto Group.


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