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Mike Kerchner
Dirt is gold. At least it is right now in the racing industry.
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As the season gets underway in earnest, it’s difficult to imagine we’ve spent a year under the confines of COVID-19.
Sleep is something we all know we need in proper doses but that relatively few are disciplined enough to demand for ourselves.
Opening night of the NASCAR Advance Auto Parts Weekly Series season at California's Irwindale Speedway was Saturday, March 13.
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As winter raged on through much of the U.S., it became more and more apparent that the country and the racing industry were facing another six months of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mike Kerchner
Call me a curmudgeon if need be because, as they say, if the shoe fits wear it. But the Daytona 500 certainly isn’t what it used to be.
Wally Parks used the Boy Scouts of America Handbook as a guideline 70 years ago when he founded the National Hot Rod Ass’n to keep the streets of Southern California — and those with the racing itch in the post-war car culture — safe.
The Irwindale Speedway second annual Sunrise Ford All-Star Showdown, presented by the West Coast Stock Car Hall of Fame, showcased Spears Manufacturing Southwest Tour Super Late Models, Spears Pro Late Models, and Spears Modifieds on Feb. 6.
Mike Kerchner
I’m tired of masks. I miss my favorite restaurants. I’m tired of not going places, not visiting friends and family and I’m tired of hearing the phrase, “when things get back to normal.”
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Ten people, a 10-by-10-foot tent and a small set on top of the Keith Kunz Motorsports hauler. That was it.

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