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Mike Kerchner
Dirt is gold. At least it is right now in the racing industry.
The first NASCAR strictly stock race was run June 19, 1949 at Charlotte (N.C.) Speedway, a three-quarter-mile dirt track. (NASCAR Photo)
A decade before NASCAR was officially incorporated in February of 1948, dirt tracks sprang up throughout the South, some in cow pastures and open fields.
SPEED SPORT Managing Editor Mike Kerchner and Derek Pernesiglio sit down to discuss who's making noise in the dirt racing world.
A new driver visited the winners circle in round number five of the DIRTcar 358 Modified Series at Cornwall Motor Speedway as Dale Plank charged ahead of the competition to victory
This week National Speed Sport News talks to dirt-late-model driver Chris Madden. A native of Gray Court, S.C., Madden is a veteran late-model driver with victories in nearly every major late-model series in the country.
A side-by-side finish ended an otherwise forgettable Super DIRTcar Series feature on Saturday afternoon’s program during the fourth annual Lowes Foods World Finals at The Dirt Track at Charlotte

World Finals Begins!

The fourth annual Lowes Foods World Finals kicked off Thursday night at The Dirt Track at Charlotte with 169 cars in three divisions taking qualifying laps for Friday and Saturday night’s racing competition
SEF Small Engine Fuels 200 polesitter Jimmy Phelps started on the pole and led all 20 laps of the first big-block modified race Friday at the New York State Fairgrounds, while Billy Decker, who had won a 358 qualifier earlier in the day, and Pat Ward won second two-thirds of the Triple 20s.
AKWESASNE, N.Y. — Super DIRTcar Series traveling star Matt Sheppard took his small-block show on the road Friday night and survived rain-soaked track conditions...
BALLSTON SPA, N.Y. It’s difficult to believe, but the end of weekly racing is in sight and the late season “big shows” are starting to...

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