With the presentation of the $500.00 Bonus Check to Dennis Elliott last night at Valley Speedway at the King of Kansas City Event a total of $10,000.00 has now been placed in the hands of the Racers in 2015. A huge Thank You to the Tile King, Travis Siebert for the opportunity to be a part of this. We want to say Thank You as well to RacinDirt.com, Racinboys.com, CARB, and Lucas Oil Speedway for their support in 2015 as well. We encourage everyone support their efforts to Promote Racing and as always be a Fan in the Stands. [click to continue…]
WEBSTER CITY, Iowa-The 2015 USRA Weekly Racing Series is nearing the final lap, and the quest to become one of four USRA national champions gets hotter and hotter as the finish line gets closer and closer.
Terry Schultz of Sedalia, Mo., has been close enough to reach out and touch the USRA Modified title the last two years, finishing fifth in last year’s campaign and fourth in 2013 after leading the points battle at one time or another in both seasons. [click to continue…]
Hays, KS – A huge car count and a great 2 nights of racing culminated at RPM Speedway in Hays, KS for the Fall Nationals. Big money was on the line as Brandon Beeter took home the top honors in the IMCA Hobby Stock division, National Champ, Tyler Frye, raced his way to the win in the IMCA N. Sport Mods, Jason Rogers held off a hard charging Justin Russell to win the IMCA Stock Car Feature and it was Hunter Marriott scoring a $5,000 win win payday in the IMCA Modified main event. [click to continue…]
E-Modified would charge to the fast, smooth three eights mile of dirt known as I-35 Speedway and set the pace for the night of great racing action. Heat race winner Austin Bouzek #14 would take the lead early as the racing raged behind the leader. Bouzek would see his lead disappear as Corey Myers #15 would charge past on the outside and claim the lead until a broken left front a arm would break taking him from the race and win contention. [click to continue…]
Kansas City, KS – Several top notch aces came to compete last night at Lakeside Speedway. When it was all said and done there were 4 happy winners in victory lane. Nobody was more excited than the winner of the 1st ever Joe Berry B Mod Showdown Feature, that winner went home with $1500!
For the 2nd straight week a whopping total of 45 B Mod drivers showed up to compete at Lakeside Speedway. The Big Cash loomed over the field as the night got underway. [click to continue…]
WHEATLAND, MO (September 28th, 2015) -Hermitage Lumber is celebrating its twentieth anniversary this week with special sales and promotions including bonuses for MLRA Competitors at next weekend’s Lucas Oil MLRA Fall Nationals. Hermitage Lumber will award a total of $2,000 over the course of the two day event.
On Friday night Oct. 9th, the leader of the MLRA main event at lap 20 will receive a bonus check for $500 while the 20th place finisher in the main event will receive an extra $250. [click to continue…]
Eighteen ULMA drivers were among the more than 120 cars packed into the pits on Friday [click to continue…]
KANSAS CITY, Kan.-The 2nd Annual USRA National Championships takes place Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 15-17, at the Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan.
Now in its eleventh season of sanctioning weekly dirt track racing at dirt tracks across America, the United States Racing Association’s super-event in the center of America’s heartland will feature all four of the organization’s sanctioned divisions: USRA Modifieds, USRA Stock Cars, USRA B-Mods and USRA Hobby Stocks. [click to continue…]
Kansas City, KS – The ULMA Late Models rolled through Lakeside Speedway last Friday night. Now, this Friday night, October 2nd, Lakeside Speedway will host the Innaugural Joe Berry B Mod Showdown! The Showdown will pay the winner of the B Mod Feature $1500! Not only will it pay extra money to the winner it will also pay extra cash throughout the field. The fine folks at Lakeside Speedway continue to give back to the racers and fans with more than anyone ever expected. The action will be hot and heavy when the green flag drops at 7:30 p.m. [click to continue…]