Mike Higley #11 battles with JC Morton #18. John Lee High Fly’N Photos
(Warrensburg, MO) A scorching late summer day eventually turned into a volatile weather situation that better resembled springtime in the Midwest rather than late August. However, not even a brewing thunderstorm or a tricky track condition could prevent Kansas City, Missouri’s Mike Higley from blistering the field for a $1,500 payday during the USRA B-Mod special event that drew 48 competitors. [click to continue…]
Salina, KS – It’s always been said that it’s better to be late than never.
In the past 2 weeks that’s what veteran racer Van Gemmill has been going by.
Last week Van Gemmill held off former IMCA National Champ, David Murray, for his 1st win of the season at Salina Speedway in the Belleville Motor Sports IMCA Modified division. Friday night he followed it up with his 2nd straight win! [click to continue…]
Show Me Vintage Racers were back in action at I-35 Speedway as John Steenstry #22 would make it two victories in a row on the fast three eighths mile of dirt. Brian Strong #7 would not make it an easy win for Steenstry as he would challenge every lap only to come up short and place second. [click to continue…]
Tony Jackson Jr. getting the job done at Lucas Oil Speedway. Lloyd Collins FastTrackPhotos.Net
Wheatland, MO (August 30, 2014) – In a night full of action, the G2 Gemini Summer Shootout kept fans on the edge of their seats the entire time. Justin Asplin earned the DirtonDirt.com Pole Award and fired alongside Scott Lewis for the 40 lap feature.
Will Vaught asserted himself early and took control of the race. [click to continue…]
Victory lane at Deer Creek with Jason Cummings standing tall. Buck Monson Photo
SPRING VALLEY, Minn.-Jason Cummins conquered the 35-lap main event Saturday night during the 9th Annual Labor Day Dual at the Deer Creek Speedway for his first United States Modified Touring Series victory since 2011.
After starting fifth on the 26-car grid, the 34-year-old from New Richland, Minn., [click to continue…]
(Warrensburg, MO) Near-perfect temperatures greeted drivers and fans at Central Missouri Speedway (CMS) Saturday evening as the track kicked off its annual Labor Day weekend special events with the first of two straight nights of competition. [click to continue…]
Ethan Isaacs makes the pass forthe win. Reed Bros. Racing Photos
Topeka, KS – Steven Bowers has been on a bit of a hot streak this season. He has logged wins at other area tracks beside HPT. Saturday night he can add win #4 on the season at HPT as he stormed from 12th to 1st in the USRA Mod A Main. Ethan Isaacs might want to get an Arby’s sponsorship after winning his 5th straight USRA B Mod Feature. Byron Glotzbach won the A Main in the Pure Stock class, but DQed himself and handed the win over to David McDonald. Eddie Ingram came to HPT and left with his 1st ever win in the USRA Stock Car Feature. It was Dan Canady out racing Dave McLaughlin Jr. for the win in the Sport Compacts. [click to continue…]
Mat Stallbaumer gets the win and the points lead with 1 race to go. Larry Mzhickteno
Mayetta, KS – Matt Stallbaumer has been waiting for his turn in Pit Pass Victory Lane at Thunder Hill Speedway. Saturday night he couldn’t have picked a better time.
Anthony Tanner and Scott Brown brought the BSB Manufacturing IMCA Modifieds to the green flag to start their feature event.
From the outset it was going to be wild one as 26 competitors started the main event. As the green flag dropped it was anyone’s game [click to continue…]
Gerald Wahwahsuck navigates the poles to win the Cageman Feature. Reed Bros. Racing Photos
Atchison, KS – The Racin Gods spared Atchison County Raceway on Friday night be holding off the rain long enough to get the show in! Tobin Bartlett picked up another win in the Hobby Stock division, it was Bartlett’s 5th win of the season at ACR. In the Street Stock Feature event it as all Alvie Christofferson yet again as he went from 4th to 1st in the main event. Another first time winner, Rodney Schweizer, [click to continue…]
Winner, Winner, Chicken Dinner for Jeremy Chambers at the Hummer. Dayton Sutterby FinishLine Photography
Scott Stewart – It may well have been the most exciting B-Mod feature of the year.
It began with Riley Whitworth leading the opening laps. He was then run down and passed by Mike Letterman, who was having a spectacular evening of his own. Letterman then led the next 11 laps, while a dogfight for second erupted behind him. Suddenly, Tim Phillips finds a groove, and begins tracking the leader. However, it’s late in the race, [click to continue…]