Jason Pope Wins Late Model Sportsman and Beats Mother Nature At East Bay Raceway Park

GIBSONTON — At East Bay Raceway it was Tim Gay winning in the Hobby Stocks. Also winning tonight was Greg Pae in the Outlaw Fours, Jason Pope in the Late Model Sportsman, Jamie Tinkham in the Mini Sprints and in the Daytona Antique Auto Racing Association was Bob Jordan in the Midgets, Dan Darnell in the V8/6 Cylinder class and Josh Rynd in the Sprints.
In the Hobby Stocks 15-lap feature it was Tim Gay winning with Thomas Pratt finishing in the second spot and Jim Baker picking up third.
In the…

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Brad Sweet Wins The War Scores $25,000 With Victory at the 39th annual AGCO Jackson Nationals

By Tony Veneziano
JACKSON, MN. – June 3, 2017 – Brad Sweet looked at the first two nights of the 39th annual AGCO Jackson Nationals for the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series at Jackson Motorplex as battles that would ultimately put him in position to win the war. He did exactly that on Saturday night to the tune of $25,000, adding his name to the illustrious list of past winners of the tradition-laden event.
For Sweet, it was his third win of the season and second on a half-mile. Sweet…

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Second to None: Kerry Madsen Wins Night 2 of AGCO Jackson Nationals

JACKSON, Minn. — June 2, 2017 — Kerry Madsen was part of a historic finish on the opening night of the 39th Annual AGCO Jackson Nationals for the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Sprint Car Series at Jackson Motorplex, finishing second to his brother Ian, which made them the first-ever Australian-born brothers to finish 1-2 in an Outlaws race. K. Madsen felt as if he didn’t get the job done, though on Thursday night. He made up for the near-miss on Friday night, leading flag-to-flag in the 25-lap main event to…

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Grooving on the Gumbo

SENOIA, G.A.— June 3, 2017— The World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series took the track at Senoia Raceway for the first time ever for the third annual Billy Clanton Classic. Despite this race being many of the drivers first time on the unique gray gumbo surface, everyone seemed to enjoy how racy the track was all night long. It was ultimately Brandon Sheppard who was able to hold off the field to land his fifth Series win of the season.
“We got the win and it was tough racing out…

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Clanton Tames Tazwell

Tazewell, TN—June 2, 2017— Shane Clanton proved he is bad fast and fearless as the 31-degree banking at Tazewell Speedway didn’t hold him back from leading all 50-laps of the Ray Varner 50 in order to land his third Series win of the season.
“We were just buying our time waiting for the checker flag to come out,” said Clanton. “Our car has been working real good the past month and that just shows what hard work that Penske and Ronny Crooks, Aaron and Nick and all of them guys have…

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HICKS TAKES SECOND FASTRAK WIN OF THE SEASON AT VMS IN USA 100

JAMAICA, VA – Benji Hicks of Mt. Airy, NC was awarded his second FASTRAK Pro Late Model Series win of the season on Saturday night at Virginia Motor Speedway as a part of the 41st Annual USA 100. Hicks pulled his T&K Enterprises Longhorn into Victory Lane after the car of apparent winner Ross Bailes of Clover, SC was light at the scales.
Even before the penalty to Bailes, Hicks was pretty happy with a second-place finish, as Bailes was driving a car owned by Hicks’ Uncle Billy Hicks. When Hicks…

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Bloomquist Wins 4th USA 100 And First ULTIMATE Race At VMS

JAMAICA, VA – Despite dropping a cylinder on lap 23, Scott Bloomquist of Mooresburg, TN swept the 41st Annual USA 100 for the ULTIMATE Super Late Model Series at Virginia Motor Speedway on Saturday night. Bloomquist was the Fast Qualifier, won his eight-lap Heat Race, and then led all 60 laps to claim the $20,000 top prize driving the Reece Monuments Bloomquist.
The win now lists Bloomquist as the only four-time winner of the USA 100, and he seemed really impressed that is was his first career win with the ULTIMATE…

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