The Free State Tourism Authority has announced the date for the second ASA Free State 500
Second-generation driver Skylar Holzhausen is the 2011 American Speed Ass’n Kwik Trip Midwest Tour presented by ECHO Outdoor Power Equipment and GrandStay Hospitality Lane Automotive Rookie of the year presented by Roltek Racing Transmissions and Hypercoils
The American Speed Ass’n has been part of the auto-racing landscape since 1968, but today’s ASA is considerably different than the sanctioning body that rose to national prominence under the guidance of Rex and Becky Robbins during the 1970s and ’80s.
Any effort to marginalize Vermont Lt. Gov. Phil Scott is foolish. There are political foes who can testify to that.
This week National Speed Sport News talks to Northeastern late-model competitor Joey Polewarczyk, Jr. A native of Hudson, N.H., the 21-year-old driver is a regular competitor on the American-Canadian Tour.
This week the Short-Track Top Five features late-model competitor Bobby Measmer, Jr. A North Carolina native, Measmer is a regular in the late-model division at Concord (N.C) Speedway.
The phrase “like father, like daughter” isn’t quite as common as “like father, like son,” but for Johanna Long, the expression fits.
Featured this week in the Short-Track Top Five is racing veteran Jeff Fultz. A three-time champion in the former NASCAR All Pro Series, Fultz also has an ARCA Racing Series triumph on his resume at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C., in 2003.
In more than 40 years in the auto-racing business, James Hylton has probably forgotten more about short-track racing than most people learn in a lifetime. He spent years beating and banging on NASCAR’s short tracks, making a living one fender at a time.
This week National Speed Sport News talks to late-model veteran Scott Hantz. A native of Pleasant Lake, Ind., Hantz is a three-time CRA Super Series late-model champion.
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