Category archives for: Racing Nation

Heath Goes Back-To-Back At Skagit


For the second straight week at Skagit Speedway, Colton Heath stood tall in victory lane after a 26-lap victory in the 360 division. The win capped a fantastic night of racing at Skagit Speedway, as drivers competed in the John Carroll Classic presented by IRI.

Buckwalter Nabs $5,000 Payday


Steve Buckwalter drove to the $5,000 payday in Saturday night’s 25 lap Fallen Heroes Championship for 410 sprints at Port Royal Speedway to record his second oval victory of the 2015 season.

Zacharias Opens Up Holland With A Bang


Third-generation driver Jimmy Zacharias was the winner of the Getzoni Nationwide Insurance NASCAR Pro Modifieds main event on Saturday night as McKinley Mall presented the 56th season opener at Holland NASCAR Motorsports Complex.

Shuman Up To Randolph County Challenge


Taking over the lead for good on lap 21, Casey Shuman picked up the win at Randolph County Raceway in the Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps WAR Sprint Series presented by Next LED/WAR East co-­sanctioned A-­Main Saturday night.

Staus Prevails At Central Missouri


Anxious race fans and drivers were greeted to fantastic track conditions at Central Missouri Speedway Saturday night for night one of the annual Memorial Day weekend special events. However, despite running a swift-moving program, wet weather forced cancellation of events after preliminary heat races and only one main event was completed.

Conley, Broughton Handle Atomic Foes


Ryan Broughton captured the 25-lap 410 Sprint main, while R.J. Conley claimed the companion Late Model main before a large crowd on Hall of Fame Night at the historic Atomic Speedway Saturday night.

Hardy Pours It On In Hagerstown


Kyle Hardy was on a rail Saturday evening at Hagerstown Speedway/Dirt Capitol, as he recorded his third Hoosier Tire Mid Atlantic win of the season – the $2,500 Western Maryland Hagerstown/Cumberland Challenge event.

Sitterly Bags Seventh Shampine Memorial

Otto Sitterly (7) won Saturday night's Jim Shampine Memorial at New York's Oswego Speedway. (Dan Demarco photo)

Otto Sitterly won the Jim Shampine Memorial supermodified race for the seventh time Saturday night at Oswego Speedway

Snellenberger Nips Bouche At Thunderhill


Rod Snellenberger held off Dave Bouche at the wire to claim the $1,000 top prize in the seventh annual Nathan Bouche Memorial IMCA Stock Car feature Saturday night at the Thunderhill Raceway.

Henderson Sweeps Through Knoxville

Justin Henderson (1) battles Brian Brown during Saturday's 410 sprint car feature at Knoxville Raceway. (Ken Simon Photo)

Justin Henderson put his name into the record books Saturday night, becoming the first driver since Brian Brown a year ago to win both the 360 and 410 features in one night at the Knoxville Raceway.


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