Payton Looney in victory lane Saturday at I-30 Speedway. (Jennifer Newkirk Photo)

Looney Won’t Be Beat In Rockabilly 45

Payton Looney led all 45 laps during Saturda’s 10th annual Rockabilly 45 at I-30 Speedway to pick up the second COMP Cams Super Dirt Series Super Late Model victory of his career.

Hindman Leads Them All At I-75 Raceway

Heath Hindman became the fourth different winner in four Schaeffer’s Oil Iron-Man Championship Late Model Series events this year with a victory Saturday at I-75 Raceway.

Patocka Controls Sooner Late Model Show

Damian Patocka grabbed the early lead then held off defending champion Kip Hughes to win the Sooner Late Model Series feature Saturday at Enid Speedway.
Rusty Schlenk (Zach Yost Photo)

Schlenk Off To Hot Start Aboard New Chassis

For something he designed with his crew chief in a pole barn behind his house, Rusty Schlenk sure has been making a statement with the newly designed Domination Race Car lately.
Brandon Overton Gets

Brandon Overton Gets Some Eldora Redemption

Brandon Overton found a spot of redemption Friday night at Eldora Speedway.

Josh Rice Conquers Ducky Jones Memorial

Josh Rice made his first trip to Wartburg Speedway a memorable one by winning Friday's Schaeffer’s Oil Iron-Man Championship Late Model Series Donald “Ducky” Jones Memorial.
Timothy Culp Sweeps Through

Timothy Culp Sweeps Through Texarkana

Timothy Culp led flag-to-flag to at Texarkana 67 Speedway to pick up the $3,000 COMP Cams Super Dirt Series dirt super late model victory Friday night.
Kyle Strickler Thursday night at Eldora Speedway. (Paul Arch photo)

Kyle Strickler Steals The Show At Eldora

Kyle Strickler made the most of his alternate spot in the inaugural Dirt Late Model Stream Invitational, whippig the rest of the 48-strong DIRTcar Late Model field Thursday night at Eldora Speedway
Doug Keller in victory lane Wednesday at Lucas Oil Speedway. (Tyler Rinken Photo)

Keller Is Up To The Wheatland Iron Man Challenge

In a special Wednesday Night Madness event at Lucas Oil Speedway, Doug Keller used a last-lap pass in turn four to overtake Bill Crimmins and earn the $750 first prize in the debut at the track by the Christie Door Company Iron Man Challenge and American Racer USRA Stock Cars.
Firecracker Nationals Coming

Firecracker Nationals Coming For CCSDS Competitors

The COMP Cams Super Dirt Series for dirt super late models has announced the inaugural Four-For-Four Firecracker Nationals.

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