Dirt Track World Championship – Preliminary Results

PORTSMOUTH, OH (October 20, 2017)- The battle for the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series National Championship all comes down to Saturday. In the final event of the 2017 season, the final sixteen heat races are in the books for the 37th Annual Rhino Ag Dirt Track World Championship – presented by Optima Batteries. Tonight’s program saw drivers competing in two rounds of heat races, racing for a combined passing points total, all to determine the starting grid for Saturday night’s 100-lap main event.
Round one saw leading Rookie of the…

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Drivers Prepare for OneDirt World Short Track Championship

Three-day event featuring the best weekly racers in the country begins Oct. 26-28, 2017
CONCORD, NC — Oct. 19, 2017 — In just one week’s time, weekly short-track race teams from all over the country will make the trek to The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC for a chance to achieve the dream of winning under the bright lights during the second annual OneDirt World Short Track Championship.
The OneDirt World Short Track Championship puts the best grassroots racers center stage at The Dirt Track at Charlotte Motor…

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SSCS MOD MINIS AND THE V-8 BOMBERS GO FOR 50 LAPS SATURDAY NIGHT AT AUBURNDALE SPEEDWAY’s 75th ANNIVERSARY

After a night filled with great racing last week and NO RAIN, Auburndale Speedway returns to action this Saturday night in a big way. It will be the 75th Anniversary night for the storied facility as well as Fan Appreciation Night as general admission for everyone 13 years of age and up will be just $10.
There will be 75th Anniversary concession specials including 75 cent hot dogs, popcorn and small fountain drinks along with free samples of Monster Energy drinks for the ladies. There will also be a WPCV 97.5…

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Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series 2018 Slate Announced!

BATAVIA, OH (October 18, 2017) – As the 2017 Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series season finale takes place this weekend, the tour announced today, an aggressive 2018 slate, which includes 58 feature events at 37 different venues across 22 states. The 2018 schedule begins with the February 2nd-3rd “Super Bowl of Racing” at Golden Isles Speedway. Portsmouth Raceway Park will be hosting the season-ending Dirt Track World Championship on October 19th-20th.
 
The 2018 schedule will feature an impressive 23 events that will pay $12,000-to-win, along with 13 crown jewel events…

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MOTHER NATURE IS THE BIG WINNER AGAIN AT AUBURNDALE SPEEDWAY BUT SOME RACES DO GET RUN

“I keep waiting for an ark to float by” were the words of Auburndale Speedway owner Rex Guy as, once again, rain canceled one full racing program and interrupted another this weekend.
Saturday night the heat races were just about completed when rain hit the speedway. However, the shower lasted just a few minutes and track crews went to work drying the speedway. The extra heavy humidity caused it to take over an hour to dry the surface, but all of the features except two were run. The scheduled SSCS Modified…

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Southern All Stars Gear Up For Season Finale At Talladega Short Track

FAYETTEVILLE, TN- The Southern All Star Dirt Racing Series will conclude its 34th season of racing across the southeast this Saturday night October 14th at the Talladega Short Track in Eastaboga, AL., for the annual NASCAR Weekend 40 that will pay $4,000 to win and also the 2017 Southern All Star Champion and Cruise with the Champions Rookie of the year will also be named. This also will be the 98th race in Southern All Star history to be sanctioned at the Talladega Short Track.
Austin Horton of Newnan, GA., has…

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DON O’NEAL PACES PITTSBURGHER FIELD FOR $20,000 VICTORY

IMPERIAL, PA (October 7, 2017) Don O’Neal completed a weekend sweep, winning the 29th Annual Pittsburgher 100 on Saturday night at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway. O’Neal led from start to finish to collect $20,000 for his first career win in the annual event. It was O’Neal’s second Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win of the season as he led his Clint Bowyer teammate Darrell Lanigan in a one-two sweep for the NASCAR team owner. Josh Richards, the defending race winner came home in third.
Richards’ third-place finish moved him into…

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STEVE MATHIS, JR. PICKS UP VERY FIRST FEATURE WIN IN LATE MODELS AT EAST BAY RACEWAY PARK

GIBSONTON — At East Bay Raceway it was Jim Baker winning in the Hobby Stocks, Brian Barse in the Outlaw Fours, Bryan Bernhardt in the Gagel’s Open Wheel Modifieds, Justin Webster in the Q Auto & Injury Attorneys Sprints, Nick Brown in the V8 Warriors, Stevie Mathis, Jr. in the Late Models, Roger Crouse in the Late Model Sportsman and Wayne Kissam in the 4 Cylinder Bombers.
In the Hobby Stocks 15-lap feature it was points leader Jim Baker picking up his second win of the year with Tim Gay finishing…

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DIRTcar Fall Nationals Kicks Off after Battle with Mother Nature

Strickler, Rice, Hoffman & Mielke Bag $2,000 Each after Winning DIRTcar UMP Modified Features at Eldora Speedway
Rossburg, OH — Oct. 6th, 2017 — It was Night I, Take II of the Allstar Performance DIRTcar Fall Nationals at the famed half-mile high-banked dirt oval at Eldora Speedway, located just east of the Indiana/Ohio state line in Rossburg, Ohio. After the originally scheduled first night on Thursday, October 5 was rained out, the forecast looked dreary again for Friday. However, Track Officials waited out Mother Nature, and the fans in attendance were…

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Must See Racing Sprints Must See Sprints Added to MegaMeltdown at Hickory

Charlotte, NC – Pro All Stars Series (PASS) President Tom Mayberry is pleased to announce that the 12th Annual Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300 weekend at Hickory Motor Speedway will expand to include the Must See Racing Sprint Cars. The MegaMeltdown will be the final PASS National Championship Series race of the year and will feature the best Super Late Model racers from across North America as they compete for over $15,000 to win. And, for the first time ever, the MAV TV cameras will be rolling as the MegaMeltdown will be…

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