Five Flags Speedway
Sept. 24, 2010
Super Late Model
1. Chase Elliott
2. T.J. Reaid
3. Donnie Wilson
1. Earl Polk
2. John Shuffler
Larry Wight bested Rob Bellinger to win Friday's 35-lap DIRTcar modified feature at Brewerton Speedway.
The historic Indianapolis Speedrome has announced that Ivy Tech Community College has come onboard as the track's new title naming rights sponsor.
Nostalgia Night hit the track Saturday at Waterford Speedbowl with NASCAR Whelen All-American Series racing joined by vintage displays and motorsports action, plus racing by the Northeastern Midget Ass’n
The Kentucky Motorsports Hall of Fame has announced that its 2012 induction ceremony will take place Aug. 11 at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green.
Steve Casebolt has had a lot of seconds and thirds over the years at Attica Raceway Park.
Cole Duncan took the lead from Jimmy Stinson on the 11th lap and soared into the twilight zone, picking up the $3,000 victory Friday night at Atomic Speedway and earning a spot in the Sprint Car Open Wheel Championships in October.
Tanner Holmes opened the season with the 25-lap Kendall Oil Winged Sprint Car event win Saturday night at Southern Oregon Speedway
Billy Decker clinched the big-block modified championship at Fulton Speedway while Mike Maheny took the victory on Saturday night, beating Decker to the checkered flag
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