Category archives for: SOUTH

Wilson Sprints To RPM Glory


Chad Wilson outran a 20-car field to win Friday night’s IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car Series feature at RPM Speedway

Vetter Sings Winning Note


Robert Vetter sped to victory in the IMCA RaceSaver sprint car feature Friday night at RPM Speedway

EPA Drops Proposed Racing Regulation

The EPA has dropped the proposed rules against modification of cars for racing purposes. (Bob Cruse Photo)

The Environmental Protection Agency has announced it plans to remove wording from a proposed bill that led to many in the racing industry thinking the EPA was trying to ban street-to-race car conversions.

Thake To Help Design El Paso Venue


World renowned motorsport and racing consultant Martyn Thake has partnered with the owners of the El Paso Motorplex as they move forward with plans to build a road racing facility on the outskirts of El Paso, Texas.

Smith Controls Spring Fling


Cody Smith captured the USA limited modified feature that headlined night two of the Spring Fling at RPM Speedway

Smith Claims Spring Fling Opener


Cody Smith topped the USA limited modified feature that headlined Friday night’s card on night one of the Spring Fling doubleheader at Texas’ RPM Speedway

Bennett Leads The Cotton Bowl Charge

Danny Bennett on his way to victory in the CBS Stock Car feature at Cotton Bowl Speedway Friday night. (Cotton Bowl Speedway Photo)

After opting to start at the back, Danny Bennett charged his way to the front of the 15-lap CBS Stock Car feature on Friday night at Cotton Bowl Speedway.

SPEED SPORT Launching Short Track Week


SPEED SPORT and short-track racing have more than 80 years of history together, and now for the first time the motorsports multimedia company is excited to announce June 17-26, 2016, will be SPEED SPORT Short Track Week Presented by Suzuki.

EPA Could Put Brakes On Grassroots Racing

The Environmental Protection Agency has proposed a regulation to prohibit the conversion of vehicles originally designed for on-road use into race cars. (Adam Fenwick photo)

If the Environmental Protection Agency has its way, many grassroots racers will be facing some large hurdles in their quests to race competitively.

Fire Damages Talladega Short Track


Fire destroyed the Control Tower and Concession Stand late Sunday night at Talladega Short Track just days before the 25th annual Ice Bowl on Jan. 7-10.


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