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  • Matus wins BOSS feature at Mercer

    Brandon Matus, the third generation racer from Wampum, PA, was the Mo Vaughn Transport B.O.S.S. winner at Mercer Raceway Park. He led another Mercer regular, Gale Ruth, Jr. to the finish. Taking third for the invaders was Mike Miller.

  • Krims wins Hilly Rife Memorial

    Just another night of professional auto racing at the fabulous Lincoln Speedway. Krimes capitalized on a late-race spin by leader Danny Dietrich to score his first win of the season in the 30-lap Hilly Rife Memorial on Saturday.

  • T-Mez wins MSCS feature at Lincoln Park

    Thomas Meseraull won the MSCS sprint car feature Saturday night at Lincoln Park Speedway. Robert Ballou, Jon Stanbrough, Dave Darland, and Scotty Weir rounded out the top five.

  • Hagar wins USCS feature at Jackson

    Derek Hagar won the USCS sprint car feature Saturday night at Jackson Speedway. Johnny Herrera, Marshall Skinner, Channin Tankersly, and Brandon Hanks rounded out the top five.

  • Nienhiser wins MOWA feature at I-55 Speedway

    Paul Nienhiser won the Midwest Open Wheel Association feature Saturday night at I-55 Speedway. Jerrod Hull, Brad Loyet, Jimmy Hurley, and A.J. Bruns rounded out the top five.

  • Ryan Ruhl wins at Butler

    Ryan Ruhl won the sprint car feature Saturday night at Butler Speedway.

  • Broughton wins OVSCA feature at Atomic Speedway

    Ryan Broughton won the Ohio Valley Sprint Car Association feature Saturday night at Atomic Speedway. Ryan Myers, Nate Reeser, Kory Crabtree, and Josh Davis rounded out the top five.

  • KT Jr. wins at Angell Park

    Kevin Thomas, Jr. won the BMARA / POWRi Midget Car Series feature Saturday night at Angell Park Speedway. Darren Hagen, Ryan Robinson, Austin Brown, and Alex Bright rounded out the top five.

  • Ken Schrader Wins in Full Night of Racing at Plymouth Speedway

    A beautiful day turned into an even better night for racing at Plymouth Speedway Saturday night in the second of a two-day weekend of features.

  • Dirt Classic Increases Qualifier Payout

    Total Purse Upped to Over $27,000 - Have you ever been offered a 40% raise? The winner of this year's Dirt Classic Qualifier will have that rare experience, as the Dirt Classic team has upped last year's $5,000 winning paycheck to $7,000 for this year's Dirt Classic Qualifier at Lincoln Speedway on Saturday, June 6th.