76 Nights Of USMTS Modified Racing

Seventy-six nights of racing await United States Modified Touring Series drivers and fans as the series travels to a record 44 unique dirt ovals in a dozen different states

Troyer Being Honored During DIRT HoF Inductions

Maynard Troyer will be honored with the distinguished Mechanic/Engineering Award July 26 at the Northeast Dirt Modified Hall of Fame and Museum
Sheppard

Sheppard Stars During Delaware STSS Run

Delaware Int'l Speedway is becoming a favorite stop for Matt Sheppard.
Rust Is Sharp

Rust Is Sharp In Hancock Dirt Knights Run

The game plan Joel Rust brought to Hancock County Speedway and the third installment of the Speed Shift TV Dirt Knights Tour for IMCA Modifieds played out to perfection Tuesday night.

Jason Wolla Is First-Time IMCA Modified Champ

Jason Wolla raced to the IMCA Modified national championship. The 25-time feature winner is the first North Dakota driver to win a national crown in any IMCA division

Yamaha Ends Dirt-Track Program

Yamaha Motor Corp. officials have decided not to continue the R1DT dirt-track project that the company launched in the fall of 2017
Highbank Holdup 100

Decker Holds Off Sheppard On Outlaw Dirt

Billy Decker used the outside lane to take the lead from Larry Wight on a lap-68 restart and then fended off numerous challenges from reigning Super DIRTcar Series champion Matt Sheppard over the final 20 laps to win the Ultimate Outlaw 100 at Outlaw Speedway on Tuesday night
Jeff Taylor (left) along with the husband-and-wife duo of Marlene Mosley (center) and Scott Mosley (right) are leading Shaw Race Cars into the future.

Mosley Family Acquires Larry Shaw Race Cars

Scott and Marlene Mosley, in partnership with Jeff Taylor, took over the ownership and operation of Larry Shaw Racing on July 1.
Spencer Hughes in victory lane. (Jim Denhamer Photo)

Big Gator Belongs To Spencer Hughes

A thrilling last-lap pass for the win by Spencer Hughes, scored the 19-year-old his first Big Gator, while Nick Hoffman took home his fifth straight DIRTcar Nationals championship

Ricky Thornton Jr. Is King Of America

Ricky Thornton Jr. wrestled the lead from Kyle Strickler on lap 19 and proceeded to thrive and survive for the final 31 laps to earn a $12,000 payday and claim the crown of dirt modified racing's King of America

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