Brewerton Sea of Orange Overcomes Mother Nature Honors Kevin Ward Jr.
Larry Wight Takes Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprint A-Main Victory; Decker, Miller, Babcock, Evenden Win Brewerton Speedway Gold On A Night Honoring The Memory Of Kevin Ward Jr.
Story By: DAVE MEDLER / BREWERTON SPEEDWAY MEDIA Photos By: JOHN MELOLING / RPW
BREWERTON, NY- August 17, 2014- Mother Nature threw her best punch at the Brewerton Speedway Friday night. On a night honoring the memory Kevin Ward Jr. the Speedway staff wasn’t going to let Mother Nature win. The track crew did an outstanding job over coming morning and afternoon rains giving all the racers a fast racing surface though out the night.
Buescher Outlasts the Field for Mid-Ohio Win
Chris Buescher Claims First Career NASCAR Nationwide win At Mid-Ohio
Crew chief Scott Graves was in NASCAR Nationwide Series rookie Chris Buescher's ear, telling him he was two laps shy of making the finish. The thing was Buescher was in the lead by more than two seconds when he got the news.
Johnny Sauter 'Trucks' to Michigan Victory
Sauter Delivers NASCAR Truck Series Win At Michigan For New Crew Chief
Story By: SCOTT HELD / NASCAR WIRE SERVICE Photos By: GETTY IMAGES / NASCAR
So much for a getting-to-know-you period.
GSPSS Added to Star Classic on September 6th
Granite State Pro Stock Series to Participate in Star Classic Super Modified Event at Star Speedway September, 6th
Press Release By: SHAWN SICARD / GSPSS MEDIA Photo By: ERIC LeFLECHE / GSPSS FILE PHOTO
WALPOLE, NH- August 17, 2014- The Granite State Pro Stock Series (GSPSS) has added an eleventh race to their 2014 schedule, after accepting an invitation to join the Star Classic Super Modified event held at Star Speedway, September 6th.
The GSPSS will join the International Super Modified Association (ISMA), Strictly Stocks, Outlaws, and Roadrunners divisions at the Star Classic for 100 green flag laps. The 48th annual Star Classic is a highlight on the International Super Modified Association schedule, as the 150 lap event has seen such historical drivers as Russ Wood, Bentley Warren, and Chris Perley.
Oswego Speedway Postpones Racing to August 17th
Oswego Speedway Racing Postponed to August 17; Racing to Start at Noon
OSWEGO, NY- August 17, 2014- Oswego Speedway’s racing action, presented by Oswego County Federal Credit Union and Bosco’s Famous Italian Sausage, originally scheduled for Saturday, August 16 has been postponed due to rain until Sunday, August 17 at 11 a.m.
Rain showers began to fall on the Speedway during hot laps at 4:30 p.m., bringing all warmup periods to an end. Speedway officials made the call some 90 minutes later to postpone racing to the posted rain date of Sunday, August 17th.
Albany-Saratoga Battle goes to Tremont
Tremont Wins The Battle But Hearn The War At Albany-Saratoga, Jersey 'Jet' Clinches Seventh Track Title and Third-in-a-row at Malta, New York, Speedway
Story By: TOBY LaGRANGE / ALBANY-SARATOGA MEDIA Photos By: DAVE DALESANDRO and AMBER CHALMERS / RPW
MALTA, NY- August 16, 2014- Some would call the Upstate GMC Dealers DIRTcar Modified feature event at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway Friday night as a battle for the ages and others a reincarnation of Ali versus Frazier but track announcer Danny Martin said it best when he proclaimed that we have just witnessed two of the all-time best battle it out.
Kenny Tremont, Jr. picked up his third feature win of the season over the only active driver to have more feature wins that him at the four tenths of a mile oval. With his second place run, Brett Hearn has officially clinched the 2014 DIRTcar Modified track championship. This is the New Jersey driver’s seventh track title and third in a row.
Oswego Speedway to Start Half Hour Early Tonight
Oswego Speedway to Start Half Hour Early, SBS Heats Green at 6 p.m.
OSWEGO, NY- August 16, 2014- Oswego Speedway’s racing action, presented by Oswego County Federal Credit Union and Bosco’s Famous Italian Sausage, will start 30 minutes early tonight with Pathfinder Bank Small Block Super heats taking the green at 6 p.m.
Most regional weather models are showing weather moving into the area later tonight. As a result Speedway officials have decided to bump up the start time for tonight’s event to 6 p.m.
Rudalavage Tightens Championship Battle with Penn Can Win
Rudlavage Captures Penn Can Modified Feature, Rooney, Deinhardt, Beach and Robinson Also Win
Story and Photos By: REED MILLER / PENN CAN SPEEDWAY MEDIA
SUSQUEHANNA, PA- August 16, 2014- A cool crisp summer night meant for a fast tacky track at Penn Can Speedway on Rob’s Market Night. Going into the night’s racing program a number of drivers were in contention for the title. Alan Rudalavage of Newton Lake made the point race even tighter winning a hard fought battle with Ken Titus of Kirkwood, New York.
It's Pittman at River Cities
Daryn Pittman Wins Hard Fought 12th of the Season at River Cities, It is Pittman’s 50th Career World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series Win
Story By: AARON FIEDLER / WoO STP SERIES MEDIA Photo By: DOUG JOHNSON PHOTO
GRAND FORKS, ND- August 16, 2014- Daryn Pittman did not want to see the caution flag that flew with three laps to go in Friday night's World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series event at River Cities Speedway.
For the previous 37 laps, the Owasso, Okla. native had been fending off strong challenges from Kraig Kinser and current series point leader Donny Schatz, who won the last time the Outlaws were at the track.
Hubbard Returns to National Spotlight with WoO Victory at Potomac
Former WoO LMS Regular Leads All the Way to Earn Third Career Series Victory
Story By: JOSHUA JOINER / WoO LM SERIES MEDIA Photo By: TEAL BEARD / WRT SPEEDWERX
BUDDS CREEK, MD- August 16, 2014- Austin Hubbard may no longer travel nationally, but he's still capable of competing with the best dirt Late Model drivers in the country. The 22-year-old Seaford, Del., driver proved as much Friday night at Potomac Speedway with a dominating performance in the 3/8-mile oval's World of Outlaws Late Model Series event.
Hubbard, the former WoO LMS Rookie of the Year who followed the national tour full time in 2010 and 2011, claimed a victory worth $10,050 at the high-banked 3/8-mile oval, leading every lap from the pole starting spot to score his first series victory since winning twice on the series in 2010.
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