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Wolfe tops URC event!

Jenna Shotz

PORT ROYAL, PENNSYLVANIA (April 21st, 2018)-

The Capitol Renegade United Racing Club 360 Sprint Cars had their official points opener on Saturday, April 21st at the Port Royal Speedway as part of their “Open Wheel Madness” show.

There were 29 URC 360 sprints signed in for the event. The club ran three heat races, with Brock

Starks, and Mark Smith taking home heat race wins.

The URC feature was the last event of the night, leaving the class with a smooth, fast surface with two fast grooves. Lucas Wolfe, who started on the pole, shot ahead early, catching the tail of the field quickly.

As he maneuvered through lapped traffic, Trey Starks and Mark Smith were able to catch up and give Wolfe a run for his money. The last two laps kept the crowd on the edge of their seats as Smith caught up to Wolfe and gave him everything he had. It was a photo finish at the line for Wolfe and Smith, but it was Wolfe who took home the checkered flag with a 0.004 second lead at the transponder loop.

The United Racing Club will move north for their next stop at the Orange County Fair Speedway in Middletown, New York.

5 for 5 in 2018 @gncc_racing what a year!!!!!!!

Pro class, Kevin Cunningham would claim win number five as he best Landon Wolfe in what was one of the most intense battles of the day. Dwight Pollard would also find success here at round five with his third place finish in 4×4 Pro.

Michael Houghton tops Season Openers!

EDT Pro Michael Houghton was the Round 1 Main Event winner in the Pro-am 330/450 Class of the Hoosier Racing NEEDT Short Track National at Busco Beach ATV Park in North Carolina. Houghton completed the clean sweep in both top Proam classes to kick off the 2018 season

Keizer goes 1 & 2 in Albany-Saratoga Opener!

NY – ‘T-Mac’ Tim McCreadie is now two for two in his last two appearances at the Albany-Saratoga Speedway, winning last year’s ‘Big Show’ 9 in June and returning tonight to win the 44-lap “Bring It” Season Opener worth $7,500.

Despite starting on the outside pole, McCreadie had to hold off a stout field, including invader

t Sheppard, who he actually lost the lead to mid-race.

Several cautions kept putting the No. 39 right to the back bumper of No. 9s. Using restarts to his advantage, McCreadie bypassed ‘Super Matt’ in the closing stages to go on to take his second Malta victory in as many appearances, beating the defending Super DIRTcar Series champion by a mere tenth of a second.


Jr., who has been the top 360 c.i. sprint car driver in the nation of late and a former regular on the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series had never been to Eldora victory lane. Behind the wheel of the Miles Hill-backed entry, Hafertepe served notice early by setting a qualifying Track Record time of

e of 13.440 seconds eclipsing the previous mark set in 2002. Hafertepe handily won his Heat Race giving him the pole position for the 25-lap K&L Ready Mix National Racing Alliance (NRA) Sprint Invaders A-Feature.

Danny Dietrich earns third victory of season

Danny Dietrich in Lincoln Speedway victory lane – Rick Hunt Photo Credit)

Danny Dietrich earns third victory of season; Mansfield’s World Championship next

By Fully Injected Motorsports:

GETTYSBURG, Pa. (April 23, 2018) – Danny Dietrich’s last minute decision to travel to the Pigeon Hills on Saturday night worked out to be worth $3,500, not only conquering heat race

mpetition from the last row, but moving on to lead all 25 laps during the evening’s main event to secure his second Lincoln Speedway victory of the 2018 season.

Joe B. Miller. Miller snabs 31st career win.

IL – When fans think of POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro League racing at Belle-Clair Speedway, one of the first names that comes to mind is Joe B. Miller. Miller tallied his 31st career win with the POWRi Speedway Motors 600cc Outlaw Micro League tonight and added the 27th Annual Arnie Knepper Memorial to

al to his resume.



by Paul Szmal & Kenny Shupp

DUNDEE, NY…..With sunny skies overhead and over 170 cars in the pit area, spring finally came at Outlaw Speedway as the Nut Up and Out Ball Em 3rd Annual Spring Nationals took place.

Jason Barney captured the win in

e caution-free Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprint feature event.  The race took just a little over 9 minutes to complete on a slick track in daytime conditions.

The Wild Child wins an All Star thriller at Attica Raceway Park

Ohio (April 20, 2018) – The “Wild Child” Jac Haudenschild certainly lived up to his nickname on Friday night at Attica Raceway Park, and at 60 years of age, the Wooster, Ohio, native is still padding a racing resume that now includes 31 Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 victories.

Courtney’s USAC/Kokomo GP victory!


By: Richie Murray – USAC Media

Kokomo, Indiana………Waiting for redemption is a challenge.  That’s just what Tyler Courtney faced Friday at Kokomo Speedway on night one of the “Kokomo Grand Prix,” featuring the USAC P1 Insurance Midget National Championship.

One month after missing the

he season-opener at the Southern Illinois Center in Du Quoin, Ill., Courtney was champing at the bit to return to what everyone has become accustomed to at Kokomo since August of last year by getting back to victory lane.

Courtney overcame an appetizing see-saw battle for the lead with the driver who became the star of Du Quoin last month, Logan Seavey.  With one final slider to close the door, an avoidance of lapped traffic mayhem and a late-race restart, Courtney overcame all those obstacles to come through with his fourth-career series win and first of the season.  It’s a long way, figuratively and literally, from the lonely sideline he stood on in the most recent race.

“It was frustrating having to wait a month,” Courtney begins.  “You just have to take those nights.  Unfortunately, you’re going to have those and just hope that everyone else has a night like that at some point, but you have to come back and rebound as best you can.  There hasn’t been any racing lately, so we couldn’t do anything.  Our motto is ‘you’re only as good as your last race,’ so you don’t want to end on missing the show.  “We tried to maximize points tonight, but just came up short in qualifying there.  We were really good in the feature and Tim (Clauson) gave me a really good racecar.  I think we definitely rebounded and showed that we’re still in contention for this thing for the rest of the year.”

McCarthy Aces POWRi West Midget Meldtown at Red Dirt Raceway

Wheatley, MEEKER, Okla. (April 13, 2018) – According to the lap sheets, Ace McCarthy led all 25 laps of Friday night’s Lucas Oil POWRi West Midget League presented by Executive Concrete NWA feature event atop the ¼-mile Red Dirt Raceway clay oval.

However, it wasn’t without a genuine Friday the 13th scare for the Tahlequah, OK, racer

the “Midget Meltdown 2k18” event as he withstood a wicked Blake Hahn slider on the final lap to secure his second career series victory aboard the Two-Eight Drilling No. 28m.

Tyler Esh bags his first 410 victory against the heavy hitters!

Esh of New Providence led all 25 laps from his pole position and held off 2-time 2018 winner Brian Montieth to pick up his first career 410 Sprint win at the Fabulous Lincoln Speedway Saturday afternoon. Freddie Rahmer settled for third, Alan Krimes fourth, and Cory Haas fifth.


Danny Dietrich earns win at BAPS Motor Speedway;

Pa. (April 9, 2018) – Three events in three days resulted in three consecutive top-ten finishes for “Double-D” Danny Dietrich, all capped off with a victory at BAPS Motor Speedway near York Haven, Pa., on Sunday, April 8.

il 8.

Ware takes Queensland Title!

Ware has what he fought for all year.   The Queensand speedcar title is his with a Victory at Melbourn speedway.   Congrats Troy!!!  thanks for taking us on the ride!

Jamie Ball Sizzles In Series Opener!

Ball from Knoxville, Iowa was on the ball tonight as his car was dialed in from start to finish. He lead every lap of the A feature after starting on the pole.

“We had a great car from start to finish. We got out into hot laps and it just seemed too easy. The 3 races

ve ran with the Lucas Oil ASCS Series, is the reason we won tonight. We struggled with intensity a little bit and to go to the top here at I-80, but the national tour guys have shown me that you have to go as hard as you can from start to finish and it’s just nice to get the win. At Knoxville, I’ve typically been the guy that likes running the bottom a little bit but the cushion has been the way to go for me. I’ve been more consistent and faster up there and tonight I was just good from start to finish and I’m just glad to get the win.”

The “Gas Man” Gregg Foster wins tonight’s 358 Feature Event!

“Gas Man” Gregg Foster wins tonight’s 358 Feature Event!  Great Weekend at Baps!

Jake Blackhurst & Sprint Invaders.

Blackhurst  Started 2018 like he ended 2017 with the Two Five in victory lane! Great night his  favorite racetrack 34 Raceway.

Cory Haas & Williams Grove!

Haas drove the Trone’s Special No. 39 sprint car to victory Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway after starting from the front row.

$5000 payday for Monteith!

Championship was the game and Montieth was on it!   For his second straight Lincoln Speedway Victory Brian would park it for a very nice payday.   Montieth and his #21 Premier Auto machine have found familiar speed early in the 2018 season.

Dayne Kingshott at Perth Motorplex & more!

Kingshott had an incredible season.   Perth Motorplex, Collier Speedway in the 30th Running of the Laurie Matthews Memorial,  and Got the win in the WA Speedcar Championship.   Congratulations to the entire team.

Tim Crawley finds checkers.

CITY, Kan. — Tim Crawley outran polesitter Sammy Swindell to turn one on the opening lap and held on the rest of the way to claim the opening night of the eighth annual “Park City Cup/Air Capital Shootout” at 81 Speedway Friday night.

Justin Sanders & our Civil War Series!

MEDIA- Marysville, CA, )- Saturday night in Marysville, CA fans who braved threatening skies and unseasonably cool temperatures were treated to a feature event full of excitement that culminated with Justin Sanders executing a final lap, final turn pass over race long leader Tanner Thorson to win the 2018 Civil War Series pres. by Flowmaster

ter opening night feature event win.

“Wow,” Justin Sanders said. “I saw the flag man get the white flag out, and I could see myself catch Tanner (Thorson) so I went for it. We have been awesome to start the season, and I hope we keep getting better. I can’t thank Mike Phulps and this entire team for this opportunity and giving me such a bad fast race car so far.”

Bronson Tops off Fl/Ga trip with 10G pay day!

‘Chevrolet Performance World Championship Race’ took center stage tonight at Bubba Raceway Park and a $10,000 top prize was up for grabs in the final evening of the annual ‘Bubba Army Winter Nationals’ at the Ocala, Florida facility. Kyle Bronson knocked down the fastest lap in his group during the NeSmith Chevrolet Dirt Late Model

before taking the victory in his heat race. After starting the 100-lap grand finale from the inside of the second row, Kyle led laps 6-9 of the feature before grabbing the point for good on lap 24. The Brandon, Florida star then led the remainder of the distance to claim his second straight ‘Chevrolet Performance World Championship’ triumph and the $10,000 windfall ahead of Tyler Bare, Hudson O’Neal, Michael Page, and Walker Arthur!


was a near-perfect start to the 2018 USAC Amsoil National Sprint Car season for Tyler Courtney and the Clauson-Marshall-Newman Racing Priority Aviation No. 7bc Sprint Car team.

Madden Scores 3big in early season action!

ran the table at the 10th annual Ed Gibbons Memorial for the Carolina Clash Super Late Model Series. He was the quickest of 26 qualifiers at 16.173 seconds, won his heat race, and led all 50 laps to collect $10,000.

It was his second five-figure payday of the month for team owner Barry Wright. Madden pocketed

,000 for a Southern All Star Series triumph at their home track, Cherokee Speedway in Gaffney, South Carolina, on March 4.

These two wins back up the early success Madden had in florida as he found himself a Volusia sized gator during the season opening Dirtcar competition!


Sheppard Returns to His Winning Ways at Volusia

FL – “Super Matt” Sheppard started the third Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modified DIRTcar Nationals Feature in third but wasted no time positioning himself in pole-sitter Danny Johnson’s tire tracks. Johnson lead the field for the first 17 laps until he caught up to lapped traffic. Johnson attempted to make a pass on the high-side.

-side. Unfortunately for the No. 27j, he slid up and Sheppard made the best of the opportunity and set sail en route to his first victory of 2018 season.

Tim McCreadie Captures His Second Gator of the 2018 DIRTcar Nationals!

FL – February 15, 2018 – Tim McCreadie now has two Gator trophies to take home to New York State. Wednesday night McCreadie found himself in Victory Lane for the World of Outlaws Craftsman® Late Model Series 50-lap Feature and Thursday he strapped into the Sweetners Plus Big-Block Modified and held off Stewart Friesen and hard-charger Danny

Danny Johnson for the win.

Back to Back Powri Midget Opener! Sweeps the Sunshine Challenge!

FL – After snagging the opening night of the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League’s inaugural Sunshine State Midget Challenge at Bubba Raceway Park, Kevin Thomas, Jr. picked up where he left off, leading all 30 laps of the main event. This was Thomas, Jr.’s third victory with the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League

driving for the Petry Excavating team!

On the opening lap, Thomas, Jr. immediately took command. With one lap complete, the red was displayed for Sam Johnson who made contact with the wall exiting turn four and got upside down. Johnson was alright, but done for the night. Returning to racing, Thomas, Jr. checked out as Tanner Thorson worked to keep up.

On lap 20 the action slowed as Presley Truedson came to a stop. With plenty of lap traffic between himself and the rest of the field, Thomas, Jr. had a moment of breathing room before the caution came back out on lap 21 for Michelle Decker with front-end damage in turn two. With nine laps to go, Thomas, Jr. checked out and never gave Thorson a chance to challenge him. Zach Daum rounded out the podium, while Chad Boat took fourth, followed by Ryan Robinson.

“For us to be able to do what we did is pretty remarkable for our team,” commented Kevin Thomas, Jr. “This is basically the first two races I’ve ran for them. I ran Turkey Night last year, but different package all together. Like I said yesterday, for these midget motors to hold up as fast as were going around here, hat’s off to Toyota and Speedway Engines Development. This is pretty cool. I haven’t won that many midget races, but it looks like we’re turning into a pretty good team.”

Another Lucas Oil score!!! Kyle Bronson took us home!

FL (February 10, 2018) – Kyle Bronson raced to the biggest victory of his career on Saturday night during the finale of the Wrisco Industries Winternationals – presented by E3 Spark Plugs. Bronson lives only a short distance from the race track and managed to defend his home turf valiantly. He took the lead on lap

and then held off Jonathan Davenport for the win, in front of a capacity grandstand.

Bronson marked his first career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series win, after charging from the tenth starting spot. The $12,000 payday was the richest in the 27-year-old’s career-to-date. Bronson was the sixth different leader of the highly entertaining race.

The first three spots were swept by Longhorn Chassis drivers as Bronson, Davenport, and Brandon Overton drove to podium finishes. Josh Richards and Earl Pearson Jr completed the top five in the action-packed finale.

Brandon Overton rolls on Keizer to Lucas dirt score!

FL (February 7, 2018) – Brandon Overton took the lead on lap 26 from Josh Richards and led the remaining 14 laps to capture his first career East Bay Raceway Park win on Wednesday night. The 42nd Annual Wrisco Industries Winternationals – presented by E3 Spark Plugs produced another spectacular feature race, as the 40-lapper saw

ee different leaders, and lots of action throughout the field.

Overton’s third career Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series victory came over Josh Richards, Gregg Satterlee, Jonathan Davenport, and Bobby Pierce.

Overton pilots the Chip Stone and Randy Weaver-owned Longhorn Chassis and started on the outside of the front row. He fell back to as far as fourth in the opening laps of the race, as a torrid battle between Jimmy Owens and Richards took place in front of him. Owens led the first three laps, before relinquishing the top spot to Richards. Overton worked his way back into the top three as he passed Satterlee and then set his sights on Richards.

Overton chased down Richards passing him for the lead. Richards and Satterlee tried to run down Overton late in the race, but Overton crossed the line in first to give Longhorn Chassis back-to-back wins for the week.

Sweep on the AC Indors & the Championship for Keizer wheels!

NY (Sat.) – Andy Jankowiak of Tonawanda, N.Y., passed Tim Buckwalter six laps into Saturday’s40-lap feature to win the Indoor Auto Racing Series feature at Times UnionCenter in downtown Albany, N.Y.

“This is the one I wanted to win,” Jankowiak said. “I’ve won ‘em before but this is the first I won in my own car.

was perfect. I couldn’t be happier. I did everything but win last night and to get it tonight is all I could ever ask for.”

At the other end of the spectrum, Justin Bonsignore nursed a car with an engine that he described as ‘blown up’, to win the Indoor Auto Racing Series Fueled By VP Racing Fuels 2018 championship.

“I don’t know how this car finished,” Bonsignore said. “The motor was coming apart ten laps into this thing. The championship means a lot to me and to this team.”

Teenager Anthony Payne, From 24th in AC!!!

NY (Fri.) – Second generation driver Anthony Payne started 24thin Friday night’s Indoor Auto Racing Series Presented By VP Racing Fuels 40-lap feature and with his father Joey Payne, Sr. looking on, won his first career TQ Midget feature in a thrilling conclusion to a wild event.

Payne took the lead with nine laps left in

e feature after Andy Jankowiak and Erick Rudolph tangled on a restart while running side by side heading into the first turn. Payne, who had been third, managed to miss the crashing pair by inches even as half a dozen drivers behind him piled into the wreckage.

“This is amazing, I can’t even put it into words,” Payne said, his voice choked with emotion. My mother and father, I thank them for making it all possible. Unbelievable.”

Chad Kemenah takes Keizer to Florida Opener & Ascot Florida crown!

Racing Team Has A Tremendous Weekend At The Bubba Raceway Park
By: Joe Burrage

Ocala, FL (February 4, 2018) – Chad Kemenah and the Hunter Racing 2018 has officially started. Kemenah started the feature on Thursday night in the 17th starting position and on Lap-22 the defending Artic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions Champion took lead

s first win of the 2018 season.

“Starting in the 17th position was definitely not planned and before we pushed off Brian (Kemenah) and I talked about just staying out of trouble and not getting involved in any accidents, said Kemenah.” “The car felt good early and I was just trying to move up and pass as many cars as I could and then we had that last red flag and my brother told me to try the cushion in turn two and I actually tried it but missed it but I felt the car hook up just a bit and then I tried it again on the next lap and the car took off immediately and that really allowed us to eventually take the lead.”

Chad Kemenah picked up his 34th career All Star victory but the defending series champion was very quick to thank his car owner, sponsors and everyone that helps with the team.



Justin Grant goes back-to-Back with Friday night preliminary victories and parks the , No. 39BC in victory lane!