On Oct. 22 at New London-Waterford Speedbowl, Barry Gray climbed out of his No. 29 entry at the end of the 75-lap feature race and raised his fist in the air as the champion of the Granite State Pro Stock Series.
Earlier this year Matt Craig said he wanted to rebuild the reputation of the JCR3 Racing No. 54 and return it to the same prominence that it once had in the short-track racing world.
Dalton Sargeant survived a late-race battle with veteran Preston Peltier to capture Saturday’s Mason Dixon Meltdown season finale for the PASS South super late models at Concord Speedway.
Cole Timm isn’t a household name in the asphalt late model racing world, but don’t be surprised if he becomes one soon.
Christopher Bell is trying something new these days.
With the race seemingly out of reach, Chris Wimmer was settling for second. However, he had a different problem on his hands.
Jared Irvan can’t remember the last time his father strapped into a NASCAR Sprint Cup Series car, but he still wants to follow in his footsteps.
Daniel Hemric certainly has a flair for the dramatic.
Rusty Wallace, who will come out of retirement to compete in the in the Howie Lettow Memorial 150 ASA Midwest Tour event June 12 at the Milwaukee Mile, tested at the track Wednesday
Crew chief Butch VanDoorn will be gunning for his fourth consecutive stock car championship when the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour presented by GM Performance Parts season begins Sunday at Plymouth Speedway
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