Category archives for: Racing Nation

Lay Wins, Martin Is Fremont Champ


At the end of the 2015 racing season Brian Lay briefly contemplated hanging up the helmet. But the Genoa, Ohio, driver decided to give it another shot and it has paid off

Students Rise To The Vegas Occasion


On a night when area students were granted free admission in celebration of the new school year, a quartet of students raced their way to victory on Back to School Night at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday.

Strunk Is Six-Time Freedom 76 Winner


Jeff Strunk had been having a rather mediocre season, at least by his usually high standards, at Grandview Speedway behind the wheel of the Glenn Hyneman owned No. 126 modified

Five East Bay Winners


Dylan Colding led the list of race winners on Saturday evening at East Bay Raceway Park after capturing the Q Auto & Injury Attorneys Sprints main event.

Crawley Works For It At Macon


It wasn’t easy, but Dave Crawley Jr. won the second John Osman Memorial at Macon Speedway Saturday night.

Proctor Takes Vermont Nailbiter

Ron Proctor was the winner of the Heritage Family Credit Union 50 at the ashalt track at Devil's Bowl Speedway on Saturday afternoon.  (Nicole Laffond photo)

Ron Proctor saved his best stuff for the end of the season at Devil’s Bowl Speedway, winning the Heritage Family Credit Union 50 to open the Vermont 200 Weekend on Saturday.

2 Pavement Sprint Series Teaming For Growth

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Officials from the Must See Racing winged sprint car series and the newly-established Midwest Non-Wing Sprints have unveiled a cooperative working relationship designed to enhance and strengthen pavement sprint car racing for race teams, competitors and race fans.

Bittinger Goes The Distance At Trail-Way


After two unsuccessful attempts to start the race, Mike Bittinger outran polesitter Wyatt Hinkle to the first turn and led every lap of the non-stop 25-lap feature for 358 sprint cars at Trail-Way Speedway Friday night.

Grosso & Strada Shine At Grandview


Brandon Grosso hung on for an exciting Sportsman victory Friday night at Grandview Speedway, while Eddie Strada blew the doors off the competition to take home the dominating win in the TSRS 305 Sprint Car main event as part of the third annual Night Before the Freedom 76’er event.

Spartan Speedway Wraps Up Season


Spartan Speedway held its season finale on Friday evening with Jacob Alexander taking the checkered flag in the pony stocks, while Kris Taylor won the school bus figure eight race.


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