Category archives for: Racing Nation

Trammell Volunteers For Victory

Jason Trammell

With six dirt-tracks in East Tennessee each racing on Saturday night, Volunteer Speedway decided to think outside of the box a little and move its regular racing programs featuring Steel Head Late Model, Sportsman Late Model, and Modified Street to Friday night

Shell Breaks Through At Kingsport

Zeke Shell in victory lane at Kingsport (Tenn.) Speedway. (Randall Perry photo)

Three weeks ago, Zeke Shell’s race car left Kingsport Speedway in pieces. This time, it left with a trophy

Poirier Tops Fulton ESS Fight

Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints logo

Steve Poirier topped the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints feature that headlined night one of the annual Highbank Holdup at Fulton Speedway

Brown Breaks Bowman Gray Speed Record


It was just one lap – but Tim Brown hopes it will set the stage for his season at Bowman Gray Stadium.

Grundy County Opener Postponed


The 46th annual stock car racing season opener at the Grundy County Speedway slated for Friday evening has been canceled because of track-weeping issues.

Brown Off To Hot Start At Lucas Oil Oval

Derek Brown

Late short-track racing champion Larry Phillips often said there was nothing better than a good-handling race car. Derek Brown can identify

Lapped Traffic Pays Off For Dennis Prunty

Dennis Prunty (22) races alongside Steve Apel during Sunday's super late model opener at Slinger Super Speedway. (Doug Hornickel Photo)

Dennis Prunty out dueled Steve Apel in lapped traffic to capture the victory in the season opening Miller Lite 75 Sunday afternoon at Slinger Super Speedway.

Luce Is An Oxford Winner Again


Glen Luce followed up his most successful racing season ever with an opening day victory in the Budweiser Championship Series Super Late Model division season-opener Sunday afternoon at Oxford Plains Speedway.

Construction Continues At Plymouth Oval

New grandstands have been installed at Plymouth Speedway for the 2016 season. (Gary Gasper Photo)

Construction continues on the modernization of Indiana’s Plymouth Speedway.

Rain Can’t Stop Rice Lake Action


Overcoming a forty five minute rain delay when a shower during the heat races hit the track and threatened to send everyone home early, track officials worked diligently and recovered the racing surface so that the entire program could be completed.


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