Category archives for: Dirt Late Models

Stone & Jergens Target IMCA Glory

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Californian Paul Stone or home state driver Mike Jergens will start on the pole when the biggest event in dirt track racing goes green Saturday night at Boone Speed­way.

Gates Computes Super Nationals Title

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Adam Gates thought he was running for second

Tyro McBirnie Stars At Super Nationals

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Jake McBirnie raced to a rare achievement for a rookie driver Tuesday night, earning a front row start in an IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s main event

Van Horn Leads Boone Hobby Stocks

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Dustin Van Horn raced his way to a front row start in Saturday’s main event with a win in the final IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s qualifier for Hobby Stocks

Hoffman Shines In IMCA SportMods

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Jerry Hoffman will make his bid for a career first IMCA Speedway Mo­tors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s crown from the front of the middle row on Saturday night

PHOTOS: WoO Late Models At Lernerville

Max Blair (111), Ken Schaltenbrand (29s), Dan Angellicchio (14), and Tony Musolino (21) battle during a World of Outlaws Late Model Series preliminary event Friday at Lernerville Speedway. (Hein Brothers Photo)

View photos from Friday’s World of Outlaws Late Model Series event held at Lernerville Speedway in Sarver, Pa.

IMCA Super Nationals Action Begins

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Shannon Anderson will start from the pole in his quest for a career third IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s championship.

Aikey Takes Fourth Super Nationals Feature

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The first champion crowned at the 32nd annual IMCA Speedway Motors Su­per Nationals fueled by Casey’s has already promised to return to Boone Speedway next Septem­ber in pursuit of a record fifth crown.

Terrance Outruns Rudolph At Cornwall

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A late-race charge took small block star Carey Terrance to victory lane Monday night at Cornwall Motor Speedway.

Robinson Claims $3,000 World 100 Tune-Up

Kent Robinson scored the feature win on Sunday at Eldora Speedway. (Jim Denhamer photo)

Kent Robinson collected $3,000 for a World 100 tune-up victory while Nick Bowers won the stock-car feature, and Jonathan Taylor took the modified feature portion of Sunday’s 7th annual Baltes Classic presented by Coors Light at Ohio’s Eldora Speedway.

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