Category archives for: MIDWEST

Road America Investing In Facility Upgrades

Construction crews work to lay new pavement down in turn 14 on Road America's four-mile road course. (Road America Photo)

Road America fans will now be able to experience all of the thrills and on-track excitement from several popular areas around the 640-acre facility thanks to four new networked high-definition (HD) LED video display boards.

Apel Takes Control Of Slinger Banks


Defending super late model track champion Steve Apel returned to victory lane in grand fashion Sunday afternoon at the Slinger Super Speedway by setting fast time, winning his heat race, and then prevailing in a hard fought battle with Dennis Prunty to win the 60-lap main event.

Cornell Takes Opener At Double-X


Jonathan Cornell claimed the opening night victory in the sprint car division at Double-X Speedway on Sunday evening.

Dan Reno Memorial Goes To Boggs


With nearly 100 cars in the pits and a great crowd on hand, the seventh annual Dan Reno Memorial at Atomic Speedway went down in the history books as a huge, huge success.

Swanson Rolls At Waynesfield

Kyle Simon (23) and Kody Swanson battle during their sprint car heat race at Waynesfield Raceway Park. (Mike Campbell Photo)

One day after rolling to a dominant victory in the USAC Silver Crown Series opener at Toledo Speedway, Kody Swanson found victory lane yet again.

Central Missouri Finally Kicks Off 2015


The Warrensburg area finally caught a reprieve from Mother Nature Saturday night and Central Missouri Speedway roared back to life with a total of 85 drivers on hand.

Bouche Bulldozes Through Thunderhill


Defending IMCA Stock Car champ Dave “The Bulldozer” Bouche used a late race restart to steal the victory away from Billy LeMieux by inches at Thunderhill Raceway Saturday night.

Plymouth Opens 2015 Season


The new clay surface at Plymouth Speedway produced competitive racing on opening night of the 2015 season Saturday evening.

Kilgore Claims The Payday In IMCA At 141


Two past champions played a game of cat-and-mouse in front of a stellar field to figure out who would take home the IMCA Modified top prize of $1,000 on Saturday.

Reed Prevails At Fremont


Byron Reed and Craig Mintz – both former two time Kistler Racing Products Fremont Attica Sprint Title (FAST) Championship Series champions – waged a tremendous battle at Fremont Speedway Saturday.


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