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Wight Knows The Way At Brewerton


Larry Wight won Friday night’s big-block modified feature at Brewerton Speedway

Trail-Way Crowns Four Winners


Two all-time winners put another notch in their belts at Trail-Way Speedway Friday night.

It’s Ladies’ Night At Spencer Speedway


Two of Spencer Speedway’s three features were won by lady drivers on Friday night.

‘Night Of Destruction’ Rolls On At Toledo


Rain, heat and humidity could not stop a good crowd from witnessing Friday’s “Night of Destruction” at Toledo Speedway. Early rains during the day and a brief shower during the show did not dampen the enthusiasm of the fans and the racers.

Barnes Is A First-Time Kingsport Winner

Kyle Barnes of Draper, Va., captured his first-ever NASCAR Whelen All-American Series Late Model Stock Car victory Friday at Kingsport Speedway. (Randall Perry photo)

There’s a saying that good things will eventually come to those who patiently wait.

Hodnett Pulls A Fast One At Williams Grove


Greg Hodnett scored an exciting sprint car feature on Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway, stealing the lead from Cory Haas with just over a lap to go to record his second victory of the year at the track.

Brown Shatters Bowman Gray Record

Tim Brown won his record-breaking 74th career Modified feature Friday night at Bowman Gray Stadium. (Eric Hylton Photo)

On Friday at Bowman Gray Stadium, Burt Myers pulled off an astounding feat winning him $6,000. But he was overshadowed by Tim Brown’s accomplishment which was literally a career in the making.

Hearn Finds No. 119 At Albany-Saratoga


Brett Hearn had to fight hard for his 119th Albany-Saratoga Speedway win Friday night, but he finally managed to drive around Marc Johnson with two to go to get back to Victory Lane after consecutive wins by Kenny Tremont Jr.

Dirt Classic Qualifier Sets Updated Format


Racing season is heating up in Central Pennsylvania, with higher-than-average car counts and competition as stiff as ever.

Hearn’s A Hired Gun For New Egypt

Brett Hearn was the class of the big-block modified feature Wednesday at Volusia Speedway Park. (Dick Ayers photo)

In a rare appearance outside the seat of his familiar Madsen Motorsports No. 20, superstar driver Brett Hearn will serve as a hired gun at New Egypt Speedway Thursday, June 11.


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