Category archives for: WEST

Henry Van Dam Conquers Skagit


Henry Van Dam has experienced nothing but bad luck over the years at Skagit Speedway. Whether it was “one of them racing deals” or random mechanical failure, the 62-year-old three-tenths-mile clay oval is a place where Van Dam has never had much success

Rain Stops Action Early In Peoria


It was a battle between more than 100 racers and Mother Nature at Saturday night’s Sixth Annual Mother’s Day Race for the Cure atop Canyon Speedway Park’s third-mile clay oval.

Tuey Wires Madera Supermod Show

Justin Tuey led every lap of Saturday's supermodified feature at Madera Speedway. (Joe Shivak Photo)

Justin Tuey won the 30-lap supermodifed Vukovich Classic at the Madera Speedway on Saturday night.

Dominant Heath Tops Skagit Opener


Colton Heat capped a fantastic night of racing at Skagit Speedway with a win in the 360 division to win the opening race of the season

Cory McMeakin Trucks Through Vegas


Despite traveling thousands of miles from Canada and waiting out multiple rain delays, Cory McMeakin had a great experience at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway as the short track hosted College Night on Saturday

Carey Leads Winners On Delta Oval


Delta Speedway opened up its points season with four features with more than 70 Micro Sprints in action on Saturday night.

Officer Nuccitelli Hunts Down A Trophy


On an evening designed to honor public service personnel, Ivins, Utah, police officer Nick Nuccitelli raced to victory on Hometown Heroes Night Presented by K&N Filters at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday.

Norick Roars From 11th At Canyon Oval

Carlyle ASCS Southwest logo

Lance Norick found his way to Canyon Speedway Park victory lane by topping Saturday night’s 25-lap ASCS Southwest Region Sprint Car event

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.

Rain Leads Thorn To Bullring Cash


Mother Nature was the big winner at The Bullring at Las Vegas Motor Speedway on Saturday night.


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