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  • Cory Turner, Mitch Brown and Chad Chevalier Headline List of Winners On Busy Jibs Action Sports Kids Race and Autograph Night at Ohsweken

    Ohsweken Speedway's pit area was jammed with 148 cars for the busiest night of the year so far on Kids Race for the Canadian National Autism Foundation and Autograph Night presented by Jibs Action Sports on Friday. The Race of Champions Sportsman tour was in action for their second appearance at Ohsweken for a rescheduled event that was originally slated for June 23.

  • Gastineau out duels Deal for OCRS victory at Thunderbird Tops Truck Lungs High Plains Shootout Series Opener

    Whit Gastineau and Andrew Deal put on a thrilling duel to the finish on Friday in what was a return to the historic Thunderbird Speedway half-mile oval for the Ameri-Flex / OCRS sprint cars after a four-year absence. The race was also the first of the three-race Truck Lungs High Plains Shootout Series that will pay a $5,000 point fund to the top finishers in what is a three-race mini series. And Gastineau fired the first shot edging Deal in the closing laps for his first victory of the season.

  • Gillmore wires Out-Pace USRA B-Mod field at Grant Junghans Memorial

    Ryan Gillmore of Springfield, Mo., started on the pole and then survived a late-race caution and a furious challenge from Steve Clancy in the final two laps to secure the Out-Pace USRA B-Mod main event win during Friday night's Grant Junghans Memorial at the lakeside Speedway. The Summit USRA Weekly Racing Series national championship contender collected a cool $2,222 for his efforts while Clancy, who started 11th on the grid, pocketed $1,502 for second-best.

  • Sanders garners Grant Junghans Memorial glory

    Rodney Sanders bested a talent-riddled gathering of 76 drivers Friday night to capture the checkered flag in the 2nd Annual Grant Junghans Memorial at the Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City. Starting seventh on the 30-car grid, Sanders caught Jason Hughes on the 16th lap, secured the lead two laps later and then pulled away after several side-by-side laps with his fellow multi-time United States Modified Touring Series national champion.

  • Tommy Bryant On Top With ASCS Gulf South At Heart O' Texas Speedway

    Three leaders later at the Heart O' Texas Speedway, and the one on the point when the checkered flag dropped was Tommy Bryant, as the driver of the SawBlade.com No. 28 picked up his second victory of the 2017 season with the Griffith Truck and Equipment ASCS Gulf South Region. Career win No. 13 for Bryant with the Griffith Truck and Equipment ASCS Gulf South Region, ...

  • Jonathan Cornell On Top With ASCS Warrior At U.S. 36 Raceway

    Jonathan Cornell got the job done Friday night at U.S. 36 Raceway with the Speedway Motors ASCS Warrior Region presented by Impact Signs, Awnings, and Wraps for his fourth regional triumph of the season, and 35th overall with the ASCS Warriors. Back-to-back wins for the Sedalia native at the U.S. 36 Raceway in 2017, Cornell trailed the top spot the opening four laps as Mile Paulus showed the way. Taking over on the fifth revolution, Cornell led the remainder of Friday's feature event.

  • Sweet Victory For Jeremy McCune With The ASCS Frontier Region

    Snapping a winless streak in ASCS competition that stretched back to 2009 with the ASCS Rocky Mountain Region, Montana's Jeremy McCune went to Victory Lane with the Brodix ASCS Frontier Region at Wyoming's Sweetwater Speedway on Friday night. Non-stop for 25 laps, McCune's victory is made even sweeter as it was just over a month ago that he was cleared by doctors to return to competition following an on track incident in May that left him with second and third-degree burns on his legs and ankles.

  • Danny Dietrich beats the All Stars at Williams Grove Speedway for Jack Gunn Memorial title

    Taking advantage of Rico Abreu's misfortune, "Double-D" Danny Dietrich earned his way back to Williams Grove Speedway victory lane against the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions, this time claiming the 35th Annual Jack Gunn Memorial worth $5,000. After starting third on the feature grid, the Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, native led the final 12 laps of the 30-lap program to claim his second Arctic Cat All Star victory of the 2017 season; his ninth career appearance in victory lane with "America's Series."

  • Macedo becomes 6th different 1st time 410 sprint winner of 2017 at Attica

    The deal was made just Tuesday for Carson Macedo to drive Pete Grove's #70 sprint car at Attica Raceway Park Friday, Aug. 18. The Lemoore, California driver made it pay off to the tune of $3,000 as he recorded his first ever 410 sprint win at "Ohio's Finest Racing" speedplant. It wasn't an easy win for Macedo as a mistake on the last lap nearly cost him the victory. Macedo, who spent much of the 30-lap feature blasting around the cushion, ...

  • Tim McCreadie Tops Topless 100 Preliminaries

    Tim McCreadie and Don O'Neal will start from the front row for Saturday night's 25th Annual COMP Cams Topless 100 - Presented by Crop Production Services. McCreadie was the overall Miller Welders Fast Qualifier for the night and dominated his heat race to earn the pole position for the 100-lap crown jewel event, paying $40,000-to-win.