Mayetta, KS – It was a hot night of racing action at Thunder Hill Speedway. It was so hot outside that the staff at Thunder Hill moved the start time of the races back so the fans and racers would be more comfortable. The problem was that the racers make there own heat out on the race track with there awesome performance.
Koby Minnis would lead the 1st lap of the A Main in the Casey’s General Store IMCA Hobby Stock main event Saturday night at Thunder Hill Speedway. [click to continue…]
Kansas City, KS – When you poke a bear don’t expect him to enjoy it.
Last week in the USRA B Mod A Main Chad Clancy, the point leader, never made a lap in the feature. A flat would take him out of the race and he thought that he could have been a contender. He came into Friday night with one goal in mind; win. [click to continue…]
Debuting a new car and driving a Late Model for the first time, Sheets grabbed the lead from his front-row starting position and never trailed in the caution-free race. The Nevada driver earned $1,000, in memory of Ron Jenkins and Charlie Dobson.
Other feature winners in a program presented by the National Wild Turkey Federation to Save the Hunt [click to continue…]
Kicking of Kaster Celebration Night at the Races Midwest Outlaw Vintage Racers would roar to the track and see Dennis Fair #7 win both his heat race and the feature on this night of competition. Fair would be challenged late by big mover of the race Ron LeFholz #20L who would charge to second and third place finisher Chris Heitman #39. Fourth place would go to Jack Simmons #J2 with Andy Wiles #53 rounding out the nights top five. Other heat race winner was Dave Petty Jr #46. [click to continue…]
In Ray’s Metal Depot / USRA B Modified action Bonner Springs driver Lucas Issacs out distanced 2015 USRA National B Mod Champion Andy Bryant [click to continue…]
In a race that saw three different leaders in the first 13 laps, Davenport charged from the seventh starting spot to take the point from Simpson. He averted several charges from other competitors throughout the remainder of the race to take home his first LOLMDS win since the Cowboy Classic at Lucas Oil Speedway on May 26th. [click to continue…]
The races this week will see hot laps at 7:30 p.m. and the racing action will start between 8:00 and 8:15 p.m.
Officials at Lakeside Speedway ask fans and racers to start drinking water (hydrating) a few days before Friday night’s races. This will help as you dehydrate when you are outside. Replenishing your fluids is highly recommended. [click to continue…]
The National Wild Turkey Federation and Lucas Oil Racing TV team up to present this week’s program, which is the final $uper $aver $pecial Night of the 2016 season. Fans arriving before 6:30 p.m. can received four general admission tickets, four hot dogs and four 20-ounce Coca-Cola products for $30. [click to continue…]
The payout is one of the best seasonal Street Stock special event purses throughout the Midwest: 1st $1500, [click to continue…]
GREENWOOD, Neb. (July 21) — The I-80 Speedway is a favorite palace of speed for hundreds of dirt track racers, but perhaps no driver is fonder of the Eastern Nebraska dirt oval like Rodney Sanders of Happy, Texas.
This weekend at the 6th Annual Silver Dollar Nationals, the two-time USMTS national champ will be looking for his seventh straight feature win at the bucket-list event. [click to continue…]