Peru, Indiana veteran Russ Gamester rewrote the Rumble in Fort Wayne history books yet again on Friday night, storming to victory on opening night of the event’s 19th renewal.
Tom Hubert led a list of five track champions crowned on Wednesday night at Millbridge Speedway, while Carson Kvapil completed a historic double during the season-ending Speed51 Battle at the Bridge.
Colby Howard continued his roll in the Southeast Limited Late Model Series Pro division at Greenville Pickens Speedway, winning his second-consecutive race both in the series and at the historic-half mile during Saturday night’s Fall Finale 100.
Bob Root continued his roll in the Southeast Limited Late Model Series Daytona1 Challenger Division, taking his second-straight series victory on Saturday night at Greenville Pickens Speedway with a wire-to-wire performance.
Corey LaJoie took home a long-awaited checkered flag from New Hampshire Motor Speedway on Saturday evening, scoring the victory in the NASCAR K&N Pro Series East United Site Services 70 with a dominant second-half performance.
Kyle Busch turned another dominating afternoon into his sixth NASCAR XFINITY Series victory in 10 starts this year, leading 190 of 200 laps in the AutoLotto 200 en route to his fifth career series win at New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Jimmy McCune and Jason Blonde put on one of the most memorable shows in Must See Racing Sprint Car Series history on Saturday night at Owosso Speedway, with McCune ultimately topping the Firecracker 50 for his fifth victory of the season.
Keselowski lead 115 of 161 laps in the No. 2 Detroit Genuine Parts Ford for Team Penske, speeding away from his pursuers after a restart in overtime and posting his third victory of the 2016 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season.
DUNDEE, N.Y. — Story and audio by Race Chaser Online New York Dirt Correspondent Steven Ovens — Mark Ranalletta photo — It’s customary for the post-race press release to start out with the recap of the premier division, the Friendly Dodge & Ford Big Block/Small Block Modifieds. But on Friday night, a young thirteen-year-old driver won over the hearts of …
A pair of first-timers and five repeat winners made up the group of racers who stood triumphant at the end of Tuesday’s fourth round of the Bojangles’ Summer Shootout at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with fireworks bursting both on and off the race track during Mascot Mania Night.
Monday night’s racing action at the Bojangles’ Summer Shootout saw a quartet of first-time winners etch their names squarely into the Bojangles’ Summer Shootout history books during the second round of the 10-race summer series held on the frontstretch quarter-mile at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
Lightning in the sky and a vicious rainstorm that never came down could not put a damper on the the next generation of racing stars Tuesday night, as the 23rd season of the Bojangles’ Summer Shootout Series kicked off with seven divisions of Legend Car and Bandolero racing on the frontstretch quarter-mile at Charlotte Motor Speedway.