Category archives for: MID-ATLANTIC

Knaub Keeps Victory Lane Fresh At SSP

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Gene Knaub became the third different late model winner in as many events this season at the Susquehanna Speedway Park on Saturday night.

Manmiller Off To Fast Start At Grandview

Doug Manmiller battles Jeff Strunk (4) at Grandview Speedway. (Rich Kepner photo)

Last season at Grandview Speedway Doug Manmiller was only able to muster up one feature victory to his credit in the NASCAR Modified division.

Holtgraver Stays Hot With Mercer Victory

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Danny Holtgraver loves racing in front of the hometown fans, and it shows.

Waltz Cruises At Langley Speedway

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Matt Waltz grabbed the lead on lap five and sailed to his first win in the Aviation Institute of Maintenance 100 for the ComServe/Verizon Wireless Late Model Stock Cars, the featured event of Saturday evening’s NASCAR Whelen All-American Series program at Langley Speedway.

5 Winners At VMS

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What looked to be a cold and rainy day turned out to be a great night for racing at Virginia Motor Speedway for WRAR / WNNT Night and the opening night of Virginia Army National Guard Dirt Series action

Hospital Stay Can’t Slow Down Markovic

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A week ago during the season opener at Mahoning Valley Speedway, John Markovic qualified but missed the feature.

Dale Blaney Invades Port Royal

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There’’s something about Easter Saturday at Port Royal Speedway that suits the racing Blaney brothers.

Pauch Still Owns New Egypt

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Defending New Egypt Speedway modified track champion Billy Pauch won for the third time in as many tries Saturday as he captured the 30 lap modified main event once again.

Myers Ends Long Hagerstown Drought

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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.

Esh Untouchable In Hinnershitz Memorial

Douh Esh won Friday's 410 sprint-car event at Williams Grove Speedway. (Dennis Bicksler Photo)

Doug Esh wired the field for a $7,500 payday in Friday night’s 30-lap Tommy Hinnershitz Memorial Spring Classic for 410 sprint cars at Williams Grove Speedway.

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