Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Ryan Gustin continues to be the King at Humboldt Speedway. Dayton Sutterby Photo


HUMBOLDT, Kan. (March 25) — Five days shy of his first King of America victory in 2013, Ryan Gustin became the first two-time winner of the King of America VII Modified Nationals presented by Summit Racing after a jaw-dropping performance Saturday night at the Humboldt Speedway.

In tallying his 80th career USMTS triumph, the 26-year-old legend-in-the-making from Marshalltown, Iowa, pocketed a $10,000 paycheck, a new Fast Shafts carbon fiber drive shaft and multiple contingency awards for his efforts. [click to continue…]

Park City, Kansas – March 19, 2017 – Entering their 47th consecutive year as a sanctioning body, the National Championship Racing Association of Park City, Kansas presented by Precise Racing Products 360-ci sprint car division will kick off 2017 in a huge way as they open at 81 Speedway in Park City, Kansas [click to continue…]

Spring has sprung. Two weeks ago we sprang forward with Daylights Saving Time. Last week I-35 Speedway sprang into action with the start of the 2017 racing season. Lots of race cars and lots of fans packed into the season opening event. This past Monday we sprung into the Spring season. [click to continue…]

Mitch Keeter continues to ride high in 2017 at Humboldt Speedway. Todd Boyd Photo

HUMBOLDT, Kan. (March 23) — Mitch Keeter recorded his first ever United States Modified Touring Series victory Thursday against what may have been the strongest field of competitors he’s ever been a part of.

Starting on the front row of the 40-lap main event next to polesitter Cade Dillard-a five-time USMTS winner already this season-Keeter never flinched as he led all 40 laps while holding off Dillard and defending USRA Modified [click to continue…]

The 2017 race season got underway on Saturday night with the opener at Humboldt Speedway. Along with a new season comes a new sanctioning body, the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series. In A Modified action Webb City, Missouri’s Mitch Keeter picked up where he left off last weekend at the Battle at the Bullring. Keeter, starting outside the pole, blasted into the lead and never looked back garnering the feature win. [click to continue…]

With full bleachers and a pit full of the best drivers in the country I-35 Speedway would kick off the 2017 racing season in style. We would honor our Military and have Motor Racing Outreach Member Robbie Skipper deliver the invocation with Jamie King singing our National Anthem setting the stage for a great night.

E-Modified would take to the smooth fast racetrack first and see rookie Chris Mercer #13 charge out front and lead the first few circuits. Lap 4 would see the familiar #3D of Matt Dorssom [click to continue…]

The new race season is approaching fast. Reed Bros. Racing Photos

There will be a registration event for all Karl Performance Sunday Night Show Down Dirt Oval Racers on Saturday March 11 from 9:30 am to 11 am in the Tech Building at Heartland Park Topeka. You will be able to complete your IMCA license and HPT registration at this time. Saturday is the deadline to ” re-reserve ” your pit stall for the 2017 season. Pit stall registration will be opened to anyone on Monday March 13th.

I-35Work is well underway for the 2017 Racing Season at I-35 Speedway. With the season ending the last weekend of October it has been nonstop action since. Track maintenance has been occurring as owner Mike Johnson, taking advantage of the nice autumn weather, has been adding dirt to the race track for the upcoming season. [click to continue…]

US 36 Raceway in Osborn, MO will reopen for the 2017 Dirt Racing season with Jon Boller at the reins! USRA Modifieds, USRA B-Mods, E-Mods, USRA Stock Cars and Pure Stocks all seeing action on the fast high bank 3/8ths mile speedway! And yes we did say sanctioned USRA.

Most all in the racing world knows Jon Boller and the contribution he has made to the sport as a car owner as he will now move to the position of track Manager leasing US 36 Raceway with the goal of it being the premier Friday Night Racing Venue! [click to continue…]

It was another wild one in the Stock Car division at ACR. Reed Bros. Racing Photos

It was another wild one in the Stock Car division at ACR. Reed Bros. Racing Photos

Kicking off a great day of racing action the John Brown Construction Kids Mods would pull onto the track gaining both important seat time and useful practice as these young up and coming drivers would go through the paces. Heat race winner Laine Grenier #25 would see the checkers first in a caution free feature, where he would lead every lap on his way to the win. DJ Barnes #5dj, in a great show of sportsmanship and wanting to race, would be underpowered driving his sport compact but manage to stay out of trouble and on the lead lap to place second. [click to continue…]

Dishong Logs Win At ACR

Kicking off a great afternoon of racing action at Atchison County Raceway the Hobby Stocks would try to tame the cage. Last’s weeks feature winner Kyle Rowland #5 would double down as he would emerge the leader of the pack off a brilliant turn two pass between three cars. Rowland would go through the paces […]

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‘Rocket’ too light, ‘Reaper’ gets loot in Chisholm Trail Showdown

PARK CITY, Kan. (Nov. 5) — Polesitter Rodney Sanders crossed the finish line first in Saturday’s main event, but it was Ryan Gustin who took home the $5,000 Chisholm Trail Showdown winner’s paycheck at the 81 Speedway. Sanders started on the pole and led all 50 laps of the feature race, but after rolling over […]

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Saturday Night Racing at Atchison County Raceway!

Hobby Stock would be the first to roar to the fast 1/5th mile of dirt setting the standard for a night of great racing action. Kyle Rowland #5 would take the early lead and never relinquish on his way to the feature win. Heat race winner Chris Christofferson #17C would challenge Rowland late but be […]

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Another Big Loss To The Racing Family

Silver Lake, KS – Today is another bad day for the racing family in the Topeka area as we learned that longtime racer, Bob Troutwine, ran his final race as he left this earth.

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Schott, Heeter, Clancy, Koop victorious in USRA National Championships at Lakeside Speedway

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (Oct. 15) — Four new names were added to the record books Saturday as the Lakeside Speedway hosted the third and final night of the 3rd Annual USRA National Championships. In USRA Hobby Stock action, Weston Koop took the lead in the 20-lap main event when the green flag waved and set […]

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Crowned King of the Cage at Atchison County Raceway!!!!

As the stage was set for the top six starting positions from Friday Nights great racing action Pole Dashes” and Heat Races would kick off. Pole Dash to determine starting position for the top six and heats for the rest of the field. John Brown Construction Kids Mods would start the evening of racing action […]

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First Night King of the Cage at Atchison County Raceway!!!

The top 6 in each division of the following results will be qualified for the top 6 positions for Saturday night’s feature events. The top 6 starting order will be decided with a dash for the pole Saturday night. John Brown Construction Kids Modz would enter the cage three strong to do battle. Sturgis Streeter […]

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Gallardo, Peter, Clancy, Larson score on second night of USRA National Championships at Lakeside Speedway

KANSAS CITY, Kan. (Oct. 14) — Four new winners emerged from stellar main events Friday as the Lakeside Speedway wrapped up the second of the 3rd Annual USRA National Championships. In their first night of action during the tripleheader, the USRA Hobby Stocks took full advantage of their shot at the historic half-mile oval with […]

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