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Iowa was once named the racingest state, an honor that did not include an explanation as to its qualifications. 
When the Hangtown 100 USAC National Midget Series event at Placerville Speedway was canceled amid COVID-19 restrictions, Merced Speedway saved the day by becoming the host track for a non-point event. 
It was great to be at Hanford’s three-eighths-mile dirt oval this past weekend for the first time in a year.
Toby Kruse is a very busy man. The well-respected promoter, flagman, announcer and race director admits to not doing well when he has free time.
In the past, racing in the Golden State was made possible by promoters, sponsors, race teams and fans.
In Des Moines, Iowa, in 1959 Donald Lamberti leased a service station from his father, which he converted to a convenience store.
Promoting a short-track is never easy, but when a show is a big success the rewards for a promoter aren’t just financial.
In mid-March when racing was shut down, streaming companies provided some entertainment with virtual racing.
The leadership of California is finally showing some sense by allowing seven counties to reopen their businesses to some degree. 
The last Saturday in March was a test for I-37 Speedway, located eight miles southeast of Pleasanton, Texas.

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