Tony Kanaan's Image Added to Borg-Warner Trophy
Kanaan Becomes 100th Face Added To The Borg-Warner Trophy
Story By: DAVE LEWANDOWSKI / IZOD SERIES MEDIA Photo By: BRET KELLEY / IZOD SERIES MEDIA
Seeing his twin bas relief image on the Borg-Warner Trophy would be "thrilling," the reigning Indy 500 champion said. The first was unveiled Dec. 2 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Hall of Fame Museum.
Motorsports 2014 Right Around The Corner
29th Trade Show Set For January 10th To The 12th; Largest Trade Show In The Northeast and Mid-Atlantic
Story By: ERNIE SAXTON Photo By: BOB YURKO / RPW
OAKS, PA- December 3, 2013- The outdoor auto racing season is over and now racers and fans will be looking forward to the midwinter respite known as the 2014 Pioneer Pole Buildings Motorsports Racecar & Trade Show Fueled by Sunoco & Distributed by Insinger Performance.
The three day show filling 225,000 square feet of the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, PA with just about everything imaginable in motorsports is set to kick off on Friday, January 10th and continue through Sunday, January 12th.
Hirschman Returns To Victory Lane At 'The Turkey Derby'
Hirschman Gobbles Up The Competition At The Derby
Story and Photos By: MATT WIERNASZ / RPW
WALL TOWNSHIP, NJ- December 2, 2013- For the second year in a row, Matt Hirschman would win the 40th annual Turkey Derby 150 lap Modified feature on Saturday at Wall Stadium Speedway. Fans got to see some side by side racing. Hirschman would get a speeding penalty in the pits but would come back to win. The race had a lot of cautions. " I'd seen it before. Really shouldn't make any excuses but definitely the cold weather played a part in it. It was of them races where you didn't know how it was going to turn out. You get so many restarts, so many cautions, so many wrecks." Hirschman said.
Fast Freshman: Anthony Perrego Grabs 'Gobbler' Win
Friesen Misses $10,000 ‘Clean Your Plate Challenge’ By One Spot; Rocky Warner and Charlie Houghtaling Also Triumph
Story By: BRETT DEYO / BD MEDIA Photos By: AMBER CHALMERS / RPW
ACCORD, NY- December 1, 2013- Anthony Perrego won his first Modified event in style.
Perrego, the 19-year-old rookie from Montgomery, N.Y., drove Gary Mann’s No. 55 to a huge $7,732.11 payday late Saturday afternoon as the 2013 outdoor dirt-track season concluded with the ‘Gobbler’ at Accord Speedway. Perrego outran a charging Stewart Friesen, surviving a final caution with one lap remaining in the 50-lap big-block/small-block Modified event to post a popular victory. The second-generation driver, a standout in the Sportsman ranks, only began his Modified career in August.
Montoya Settles In With Penske Racing
Former Indy 500 Winner Enjoys First Round Of Testing With Penske Racing at Sebring International Raceway
Story By: KATE GUERRA / IZOD SERIES MEDIA Photos By: JOHN HENDRICK / IZOD SERIES MEDIA
Peterborough Speedway Honors 2013 Champions
Canada's Toughest Third-Mile Oval Celebrates A Successful Season
Story By: JIM CLARKE Photo By: DON MESKIS
PETERBOROUGH, ONTARIO- December 1, 2013- With a collection of hardware waiting to be handed-out, Canada's Toughest 3rd of a Mile Oval rewarded the efforts of a stellar field at Peterborough Speedway's annual awards banquet, held at the Ranch Resort Banquet and Conference Centre in Bethany.
The night's activity began with the 'State of the Speedway' address by track owner and promoter J.P. Josiasse. With new corporate and divisional sponsors, increased car and crowd numbers, 2013 was one of the most successful seasons in a number of years. Long hours and hard work behind the scenes by a strong team paid-off in a big way and helped build the Peterborough Speedway brand in the motorsports community.