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It’s A Sweet Day During Labor Day Classic

Nick Sweet continued his domination of the Coca-Cola Labor Day Classic, but it wasn’t enough to deny Scott Dragon his first Thunder Road Late Model track championship on Sunday.

Skora Pockets Holland Pro Modified Money

George Skora III was the winner of the 75-lap event for the Pro Modifieds feature at Holland Int'l Speedway on Saturday night.

Wight Secures Fulton Title

Larry Wight outran the field to win the 35-lap big-block modified feature Saturday night at Fulton Speedway

Durgan Leads Devil’s Bowl Winners

Devil’s Bowl Speedway fans were witness to the latest shakeup in a series of back-and-forth swings for the Asphalt Track championship on Saturday night.

Williams Scores Waterford Breakthrough

Ronnie Williams used some late race dramatics to score his first SK Modified feature victory Saturday to highlight the racing card at the New London-Waterford Speedbowl.

Timmerman Is A Winner & A Champion

It was a big night for close point races Friday at Spencer Speedway.

Phelps Doubles Down At Brewerton

It was a big night for Jimmy Phelps Friday at Brewerton Speedway

Friesen Shines, But Johnson Takes Title

Stewart Friesen claimed his sixth Albany-Saratoga Speedway DIRTcar modified win of the season Friday night, besting young Jesse Mueller and defending track champion Kenny Tremont Jr. in the 35-lap Mike Ronca Memorial.

Rudolph Claims Cosco Memorial

Third generation driver Erick Rudolph was victorious in the second running of the Pete Cosco Memorial for the DIRTcar Modifieds Sunday night as CAA Niagara presented the memorial event to honor late speedway owner Pete Cosco who passed away two years ago.

Hackel Keeps Rolling In Vermont

Bobby Hackel’s impressive roll continued at the Dirt Track at Devil’s Bowl Speedway on Sunday as he picked up win number five on the season in NASCAR Whelen All-American Series competition.