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It is time to pick the 2019 Staff Photo of the Year! During the season we run photos submitted by staff members. They are either reading AARN themself or captured someone else reading AARN! Our staff has voted and narrowed it down to eight finalists.

Now it is up to you, the photo that receives the most likes will receive $250! Remember to share away! Voting ends Monday.

Crew member Aaron Leitzel catches up on AARN during Grandview Speedway Inc. 410 Sprint Speekweek. A foot in a boot couldn't stop him! This photo was submitted by AARN Staff Photographer Bob Yurko.


It is time to pick the 2019 Staff Photo of the Year! During the season we run photos submitted by staff members. They are either reading AARN themself or captured someone else reading AARN! Our staff has voted and narrowed it down to eight finalists.

Now it is up to you, the photo that receives the most likes will receive $250! Remember to share away! Voting ends Monday.

Crew member Aaron Leitzel catches up on AARN during Grandview Speedway Inc. 410 Sprint Speekweek. A foot in a boot couldn't stop him! This photo was submitted by AARN Staff Photographer Bob Yurko.


Source: It is time to pick the 2019 Staff Photo of the Year! During the season we run photos submitted by staff members. They are either reading AARN themself or captured someone else reading AARN! Our staff has voted and narrowed it down to eight finalists.

Now it is up to you, the photo that receives the most likes will receive $250! Remember to share away! Voting ends Monday.

Crew member Aaron Leitzel catches up on AARN during Grandview Speedway Inc. 410 Sprint Speekweek. A foot in a boot couldn't stop him! This photo was submitted by AARN Staff Photographer Bob Yurko.


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Photos from Cornwall Motor Speedway's post


Source: Photos from Cornwall Motor Speedway's post

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SLINGER SUPER SPEEDWAY: Alex Hartwig wins the Bandolero feature at Slinger Super Speedway (Official Fan Page).

?Watch live on Speed51: Speed51.com/slinger2020?


SLINGER SUPER SPEEDWAY: Alex Hartwig wins the Bandolero feature at Slinger Super Speedway (Official Fan Page).

?Watch live on Speed51: Speed51.com/slinger2020?


Source: SLINGER SUPER SPEEDWAY: Alex Hartwig wins the Bandolero feature at Slinger Super Speedway (Official Fan Page).

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Afton Motorsports Park / Short Track Super Series
« on: Today at 10:18:02 PM »
Short Track Super Series






















It's a packed pit at Afton motorsports park!
Source: Short Track Super Series

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Afton Motorsports Park / Short Track Super Series
« on: Today at 10:18:02 PM »
Short Track Super Series






Pits are open here at Afton motorsports park!
Source: Short Track Super Series

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#ThrowbackThursday

?? Joe Plazek wheeling his big block dirt modified around the fast 5/8th's of a mile oval!

#CrownJewel #JMS Jukasa Motor Speedway


#ThrowbackThursday

?? Joe Plazek wheeling his big block dirt modified around the fast 5/8th's of a mile oval!

#CrownJewel #JMS Jukasa Motor Speedway


Source: #ThrowbackThursday

?? Joe Plazek wheeling his big block dirt modified around the fast 5/8th's of a mile oval!

#CrownJewel #JMS Jukasa Motor Speedway


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Lake Erie Speedway / United States Motorsports Association
« on: Today at 10:17:42 PM »
United States Motorsports Association

One step closer to going green! Please show your support for all area tracks and call your State reps and ask them to support this bill. This is not just for venues like ours but a lot of outdoor recreation activities.


ALL IN PA!  PA House Bill #2489 has been introduced by PA State Representative Dave Maloney (Chairman of the PA Motorsports Caucus) to Open Outdoor Recreational Activities.  Please reach out to your State Representative and ask them to support this important bill to help the restart of racing!
Source: United States Motorsports Association

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HIGBIE WINS ACCORD GRIT SERIES RACE                

By Bill Utter

Cody Higbie was declared the winner of the GRIT series race at the Accord Speedway on Saturday. Higbie came across the finish line in second place behind Cole Hentschel but after going through tech Hentschel was disqualified and Higbie got the win worth $2000. It was redemption for Higbie who appeared to win the Great Crate race several weeks ago but received a dq for a illegal motor.    

The 15 year old rookie sportsman driver had problems in his heat resulting in a 19th starting spot in the 30 lap feature. He got a couple of breaks on the first lap when cars piled up at the start and restart which helped him move forward.  He moved into second on lap 19 and worked on Hentschel but was unable to pass him.

"We struggled in our heat race. It was like two different tracks. Turn one and two were slippery while there was grip in three and four. I over drove the car in the heat race" said Cody. For the feature they went with a hard tire (50) and he changed his driving style. The young driver has come a long way in a short time.

The race was plagued by 13 caution flags. There were two pile ups before a lap was in the books. Among those involved were Dale Welty, the GRIT point leader and Chris Lynch who had come from the rear to win his heat race.

  Cole Hentschel  grabbed the lead from outside pole and he would lead the entire race. On the sixth lap restart Higbie moved into third from his 19th starting spot. With seven laps in Travis Green and Alex Vanpelt got together. Green was up to fifth after starting 15th. At the half way mark it was Hentschel leading with Matt Schultz, Higbie, Jamie Yannone and Justin Holland in the top five. Higbie took over second on lap 19 and that proved to be the winning move.

With 24 laps in a five car pileup brought out the yellow again. The last six laps ran under green and the finish was Hentschel, Higbie, Shultz, Lynch and Yannone. Shultz was also a dq as Higbie got the win followed by Lynch,Yannone, Gary Smith and Steve Williams.

The race was run under GRIT rules with the only Accord rule in effect was for tires and weight. There may have been some miss understanding about the rules but that is the way the GRIT series is run. Hentschel was ruled to have a illegal carburetor and Shultz was cited for having a aluminum yoke.

It was a heart break for GRIT point leader Dale Welty who came in leading by three points over Ryan McCartney. Welty started in ninth position, four spots ahead of McCartney. He was involved in three mix ups with the last with six laps to go. He finished 12th while McCartney was sixth which gave him the championship worth $1000.

The rookie sportsman race was won by Charlie Houghtaling. He was driving a former Jerry Higbie car. To win this race means a lot to me I had hoped to get in a full season but it didn't work out. Two weeks ago the drive shaft let go. I have to thank Mike Morgan who lets me drive the car" said Charlie .    

Tom DeGrote was the winner of the four cylinder feature. Jesse Norman was second with Robert Phillips, Ed King and Chris Dyer rounding out the top five .


HIGBIE WINS ACCORD GRIT SERIES RACE                 

By Bill Utter

Cody Higbie was declared the winner of the GRIT series race at the Accord Speedway on Saturday. Higbie came across the finish line in second place behind Cole Hentschel but after going through tech Hentschel was disqualified and Higbie got the win worth $2000. It was redemption for Higbie who appeared to win the Great Crate race several weeks ago but received a dq for a illegal motor.     

The 15 year old rookie sportsman driver had problems in his heat resulting in a 19th starting spot in the 30 lap feature. He got a couple of breaks on the first lap when cars piled up at the start and restart which helped him move forward.  He moved into second on lap 19 and worked on Hentschel but was unable to pass him.

"We struggled in our heat race. It was like two different tracks. Turn one and two were slippery while there was grip in three and four. I over drove the car in the heat race" said Cody. For the feature they went with a hard tire (50) and he changed his driving style. The young driver has come a long way in a short time.

The race was plagued by 13 caution flags. There were two pile ups before a lap was in the books. Among those involved were Dale Welty, the GRIT point leader and Chris Lynch who had come from the rear to win his heat race.

  Cole Hentschel  grabbed the lead from outside pole and he would lead the entire race. On the sixth lap restart Higbie moved into third from his 19th starting spot. With seven laps in Travis Green and Alex Vanpelt got together. Green was up to fifth after starting 15th. At the half way mark it was Hentschel leading with Matt Schultz, Higbie, Jamie Yannone and Justin Holland in the top five. Higbie took over second on lap 19 and that proved to be the winning move.

With 24 laps in a five car pileup brought out the yellow again. The last six laps ran under green and the finish was Hentschel, Higbie, Shultz, Lynch and Yannone. Shultz was also a dq as Higbie got the win followed by Lynch,Yannone, Gary Smith and Steve Williams.

The race was run under GRIT rules with the only Accord rule in effect was for tires and weight. There may have been some miss understanding about the rules but that is the way the GRIT series is run. Hentschel was ruled to have a illegal carburetor and Shultz was cited for having a aluminum yoke.

It was a heart break for GRIT point leader Dale Welty who came in leading by three points over Ryan McCartney. Welty started in ninth position, four spots ahead of McCartney. He was involved in three mix ups with the last with six laps to go. He finished 12th while McCartney was sixth which gave him the championship worth $1000.

The rookie sportsman race was won by Charlie Houghtaling. He was driving a former Jerry Higbie car. To win this race means a lot to me I had hoped to get in a full season but it didn't work out. Two weeks ago the drive shaft let go. I have to thank Mike Morgan who lets me drive the car" said Charlie .   

Tom DeGrote was the winner of the four cylinder feature. Jesse Norman was second with Robert Phillips, Ed King and Chris Dyer rounding out the top five .


Source: HIGBIE WINS ACCORD GRIT SERIES RACE                

By Bill Utter

Cody Higbie was declared the winner of the GRIT series race at the Accord Speedway on Saturday. Higbie came across the finish line in second place behind Cole Hentschel but after going through tech Hentschel was disqualified and Higbie got the win worth $2000. It was redemption for Higbie who appeared to win the Great Crate race several weeks ago but received a dq for a illegal motor.    

The 15 year old rookie sportsman driver had problems in his heat resulting in a 19th starting spot in the 30 lap feature. He got a couple of breaks on the first lap when cars piled up at the start and restart which helped him move forward.  He moved into second on lap 19 and worked on Hentschel but was unable to pass him.

"We struggled in our heat race. It was like two different tracks. Turn one and two were slippery while there was grip in three and four. I over drove the car in the heat race" said Cody. For the feature they went with a hard tire (50) and he changed his driving style. The young driver has come a long way in a short time.

The race was plagued by 13 caution flags. There were two pile ups before a lap was in the books. Among those involved were Dale Welty, the GRIT point leader and Chris Lynch who had come from the rear to win his heat race.

  Cole Hentschel  grabbed the lead from outside pole and he would lead the entire race. On the sixth lap restart Higbie moved into third from his 19th starting spot. With seven laps in Travis Green and Alex Vanpelt got together. Green was up to fifth after starting 15th. At the half way mark it was Hentschel leading with Matt Schultz, Higbie, Jamie Yannone and Justin Holland in the top five. Higbie took over second on lap 19 and that proved to be the winning move.

With 24 laps in a five car pileup brought out the yellow again. The last six laps ran under green and the finish was Hentschel, Higbie, Shultz, Lynch and Yannone. Shultz was also a dq as Higbie got the win followed by Lynch,Yannone, Gary Smith and Steve Williams.

The race was run under GRIT rules with the only Accord rule in effect was for tires and weight. There may have been some miss understanding about the rules but that is the way the GRIT series is run. Hentschel was ruled to have a illegal carburetor and Shultz was cited for having a aluminum yoke.

It was a heart break for GRIT point leader Dale Welty who came in leading by three points over Ryan McCartney. Welty started in ninth position, four spots ahead of McCartney. He was involved in three mix ups with the last with six laps to go. He finished 12th while McCartney was sixth which gave him the championship worth $1000.

The rookie sportsman race was won by Charlie Houghtaling. He was driving a former Jerry Higbie car. To win this race means a lot to me I had hoped to get in a full season but it didn't work out. Two weeks ago the drive shaft let go. I have to thank Mike Morgan who lets me drive the car" said Charlie .    

Tom DeGrote was the winner of the four cylinder feature. Jesse Norman was second with Robert Phillips, Ed King and Chris Dyer rounding out the top five .


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Bethel Motor Speedway / Bethel Motor Speedway's cover photo
« on: Today at 10:17:13 PM »
Bethel Motor Speedway's cover photo




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Outlaw Speedway / Photos from Outlaw Speedway's post
« on: Today at 10:17:11 PM »
Photos from Outlaw Speedway's post

?FREE T-SHIRT WITH EVERY ORDER UNTIL FRIDAY?

You guys are keeping us busy with all of your orders! ? More shipments are heading out tomorrow so if your looking to place an order we will throw in a free Outlaw Speedway clearance T-Shirt as a thank you while supplies lasts. Ends Friday! ? Email us at OutlawspeedwayLLC@gmail.com

Masks-$20
Hats-$25
T-shirt?s-$20
Sweatshirts-$30










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Photos from Meyer's RV Superstores Limerock Speedway's post

1972 Clark Pacer 301 Grader for sale.  Runs but needs work.  $5500 OR BO. Contact tricountyracingclub@gmail.com for more information.






















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Mohawk International Raceway / Chris Frennier Motorsports
« on: Today at 10:16:32 PM »
Chris Frennier Motorsports

Soooooooo cannot wait!!!!




70 Days until Billy Cook starts his 50th year of racing at the season opener at Mohawk International Raceway on May 15th???
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Riverhead Raceway / Merry Christmas to all!
« on: Today at 10:16:24 PM »
Merry Christmas to all!

Merry Christmas to all!


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Voting is now OPEN

A MAXIMUM of 5 votes per day, per division from now (November 1st) thru November 30th

Click the link below to vote and for further details.

https://www.riverheadraceway.com/mpd-2019.html


Voting is now OPEN

A MAXIMUM of 5 votes per day, per division from now (November 1st) thru November 30th

Click the link below to vote and for further details.

https://www.riverheadraceway.com/mpd-2019.html


Source: Voting is now OPEN

A MAXIMUM of 5 votes per day, per division from now (November 1st) thru November 30th

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Utica-Rome Speedway / BIG FROG 104
« on: Today at 10:16:08 PM »
BIG FROG 104




FrogFest 32 lineup remains the same, just a new date at the Utica-Rome Speedway. Here's everything you need to know.
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