Category archives for: Racing Nation

Another Nosbisch Victory At East Bay

Jack Nosbisch Jr. was able to hold off Bryan Bernhardt to pick up first win of the 2014 season at East Bay Raceway Park in the late-model division. (Mike Horne Photo)

Jack Nosbisch Jr. drove to victory in the late-model feature Saturday night at East Bay Raceway Park to score his first triumph of the 2014 season.

99 Cars Overrun Dodge City Pits

Perry Misner won Saturday's 25-lap IMCA Great Plains Stock Car feature at Dodge City Raceway Park. (The Wheatley Collection Photo)

Perry Misner raced from deep in the field to take the $750 winner’s share in Saturday night’s 25-lap IMCA Great Plains Stock Car feature event atop the three-eighths-mile Dodge City Raceway Park clay oval as a total of 99 cars filled the pit area.

Hospital Stay Can’t Slow Down Markovic


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

Dale Blaney Invades Port Royal


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

Pauch Still Owns New Egypt


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.

Bell Earns Redemption At Fremont


Christopher Bell thought he had a feature locked up Friday night in Illinois only to experience mechanical issues. He wasn’t going to be denied again.

No Intimidating Brooks At Kalamazoo

Mike Brooks won the Intimidator 75 Saturday at Michigan's Kalamazoo Speedway.

Defending Outlaw Super Late Model champion Mike Brooks held off Andy Bozell in a thrilling season opener Saturday night at Kalamazoo Speedway to capture the Intimidator 75.

Eldora Sprint Is Darland’s

Dave Darland (71p) battles Tracy Hines en route to winning Saturday's USAC sprint car feature at Eldora Speedway. (Julia Johnson photo)

Winning never seems to get old for Dave Darland

It’s All Ian Madsen In Knoxville Opener

Ian Madsen (center) shares the podium with Brooke Tatnell (left) and Justin Henderson Saturday at Knoxville Raceway. (Danny Howk photo)

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

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.

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