Top 40 Most Viewed Dirt Stories On Race Pro Weekly From 2019: #25 – #21

STORIES FROM 2019 – With the 2019 season almost behind us, we’ve come to the realization that we love that you guys read the stories in Race Pro Weekly. So we decided to look back at the most viewed stories of the season on the dirt portion of RPW, and are going to count down the top 40 stories you guys read the most this year, now through New Year’s Day!

Here’s #25-#21.

#25: RPW Column: Johnson First At Checkered In North Florida;
DQed During Post Race Inspection
February 10, 2019

RPW Column By: ROBERT SYMONDS / RPW – LAKE CITY, FL – While the rest of Florida was seeing off and on again rain throughout the day, North Florida was able to get in all of the events. The Grit Series was at the speedway for its Finale of the 602 Sportsman Winternationals. Read More

#24: Racing Mourns The Passing Of Orange County Racer Joe Falanga
May 5, 2019

All of us at Race Pro Weekly would like to send out our deepest heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Orange County Fair Speedway racer Joe Falanga. Joe was fatally injured in a highway accident we ask that you keep his family and friends in your thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. Read More

#23: RPW Column: Jake Spraker Racing Stepping Away From Big Block Competition In 2019
March 18, 2019

RPW Column By: RAY ROGERS / RACE PRO WEEKLY – GLOVERSVILLE, NY – On Monday Ray Rogers, Race Pro Weekly Columnist, spoke with Jake Spraker, owner of the 1J piloted by Rocky Warner. The decision has been made for the team to step back from Big Block Modified competition for the 2019 race season. Read More

#22: Over $120K Up-For-Grabs In Weekend Double For Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series
October 2, 2019

Story By: JEREMY SHIELDS / LUCAS OIL LATE MODEL DIRT SERIES – BATAVIA, OH –A two-day, two-race swing through Ohio and Pennsylvania this weekend will offer dirt late model teams over $120,000 in purse money. Read More

#21: Tony Stewart Releases Statement Regarding All Star
Disqualifications At BAPS Motor Speedway

August 29, 2019

Statement By: TONY STEWART / ALL STAR CIRCUIT OF CHAMPIONS – BROWNSBURG, IN – On Sunday night at BAPS Motor Speedway, the All Star Circuit of Champions disqualified five teams and drivers from the feature event due to their crews leaving the designated work area in the infield of the track. This is stated in our rule book and the designated work area was communicated to the drivers at the driver’s meeting. Our officials called the rules violations accurately. Read More