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Photos from Cornwall Motor Speedway's post


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Cordele Ready to Welcome Super Late Model Stars Saturday




One week after competing at Five Flags Speedway (FL) in the Summer Sizzler 75, the Southern Super Series heads north to Crisp Motorsports Park for the Georgia Summer Nationals. Ben Sumner, promoter at Crisp Motorsports Park, joined Speed51?s ?The Bullring? on Monday to preview the event.   WA....
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??? HUGE SHOW TONIGHT! ???
Join us at 7:00 PM for "Let's Talk Racing" on Facebook LIVE! It's the "Battle at the Bowl" Big Block Small Block Challenge preview!

Tonight's Guests:
Stewart Friesen - 7:15 PM
Mat Williamson - 7:40 PM

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?RACE TICKETS ON SALE HERE?:
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??? HUGE SHOW TONIGHT! ???
Join us at 7:00 PM for "Let's Talk Racing" on Facebook LIVE! It's the "Battle at the Bowl" Big Block Small Block Challenge preview!

Tonight's Guests:
Stewart Friesen - 7:15 PM
Mat Williamson - 7:40 PM

We'll be taking your comments and questions LIVE until 8:00!

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Stewart Friesen - 7:15 PM
Mat Williamson - 7:40 PM

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Photos from Thunder Road International Speedbowl's post

Corliss Puts on Clinic for Third Straight Community Bank, N.A. 150 Win; Caron, Marshall, and Putney Also Taste Victory...read more at www.thunderroadvt.com








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What is gonna be hotter?
Our schedule or the month of August.
BOTH
????????


What is gonna be hotter?
Our schedule or the month of August.
BOTH
????????


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Our schedule or the month of August.
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Can-Am Speedway / Photos from Can-Am Speedway's post
« on: Today at 07:16:53 PM »
Photos from Can-Am Speedway's post

Official race results for Friday, July 17th. Congratulations to our feature winners!!! ? ? Thank you to all of our race teams and staff for a great night of racing, our sponsors for their generous ongoing support, and all of our fans who watched on PPV! See you all again soon! - Can-Am Speedway
















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Congratulations to MaKayla Smith for picking up her first C&C Archery 600 Restricted Class Feature win at The ROCK last night!

Congratulations to MaKayla Smith for picking up her first C&C Archery 600 Restricted Class Feature win at The ROCK last night!


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Photos from Rolling Wheels Raceway's post

Want an autograph, picture with Nothing But Trouble Monster Truck, play some blackjack?---We have the Monster Truck Nothing But Trouble at Del Lago Casino you can get tickets to the show, get an autograph or get your picture taken with The Monster Truck.




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Utica-Rome Speedway / Photos from Utica-Rome Speedway's post
« on: Today at 07:16:05 PM »
Photos from Utica-Rome Speedway's post

Race #?s 15-20 overall/second motos












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Oswego Speedway / Photos from Oswego Speedway's post
« on: Today at 07:15:50 PM »
Photos from Oswego Speedway's post

All of us at Oswego Speedway extend our heartfelt condolences to the Kapuscinski Family as this evening we learn of the passing of Joe Kapuscinski - an avid Supermodified fan and many, many year season ticket holder at the Steel Palace. Here Mr. Kapuscinski is pictured following his ride in the 2 Seat Supermodified, with wife JoAnne, and son Mark - member of the Track Safety Crew. Our thoughts and prayers are with JoAnne, Mark, and Jamie during this difficult time. Rest in Peace Joe!






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Oswego Speedway / ISMA Supermodifieds
« on: Today at 07:15:48 PM »
ISMA Supermodifieds

?Jeff Abold hopes to grab the final leg he needs to become a Triple Crown champion tonight at Sandusky! ? #HyMiler ?


Last year?s Star Classic winner, Jeff Abold, has arrived with the No. 05! Abold is the 2016 Oswego Classic champion as well - meaning the Sandusky #HyMiler is all that remains in his quest to complete Supermodified racing?s Triple Crown. ? ?
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By Kyle Young

 The Thunder Mountain Speedway closed out the month of July with another spectacular night of racing.  With the addition of the Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour and some invading drivers from some other tracks, the entire show was filled with tons of action and some special moments.
 One of those special moments came in the Open Modified feature.  Pole sitter Rick Wilk led the first four laps before Chris Jordan took control of the field.  A few early race restarts were the first obstacles in Jordan's way, but he survived them all.  The middle portion of the race was filled with lots of green flag laps, which allowed Shaun Walker to work his way through the field.  He got himself up to second place and was closing in on Jordan for the race lead, but a broken axle ruined his plans of another victory and brought out a yellow.  This created a six lap sprint to the finish and ultimately a thrilling finish.  Billy Decker took the restart in third and quickly moved around Chris Stull for second.  With Jordan running the bottom, Decker had to use the top side and was making ground on Jordan.  The two were side-by-side heading into turn three on the final lap and stayed that way coming across the line.  Getting there for the first time in his Modified career was Chris Jordan.  Billy Decker had to settle for a close second place finish while Jimmy Zacharias, Nick Nye, and Chris Stull completed the top five.
 Another first happened in the DIRTcar 358 Modified feature.  Jordan McCreadie led the early laps from the pole and started to run away from the field.  Before he got too comfortable, a caution came out and erased his gap.  Lance Willix was able to steal the lead away from McCreadie for a moment, but a flipping Justin Crisafullil brought out the red flag as soon as he did.  Willix didn't keep the lead for long as he surrendered the top spot to McCreadie when the race resumed.  McCreadie had to endure one more restart with six laps to go and did so successfully.  He would come to the checkered flag to claim his first career victory at the track over Lance Willix, Larry Wight, Shayne Spoonhower, and last week's winner Ronnie Davis III.
 The DIRTcar Sportsman feature saw a hard fought battle all race long at the front of the field.  Pole sitter Stacy Jackson commanded a strong field of cars behind him, but he didn't do it easily.  Fifth place starter Brandon Carvey made his way to Jackson's presence through some early restarts and put up a very strong fight for Jackson's lead.  Jackson was able to hold him off throughout most of the feature, but Carvey finally found something that his car liked and took over the top spot.  Once he did, Jackson found trouble with a broken rear end and saw his chances at victory evaporate.  It was up to Carvey to try to fend off a fast moving Zach Sobotka behind him in the final few laps and he was able to do just that to add himself to the list of drivers scoring their first career Thunder Mountain Speedway victories on the night.
 One of the most exciting classes all night long were the Wheeler Excavation Street Stocks.  After two exhilarating heat races, hopes were high for a great feature race.  Damon Decker paced the field early and looked strong while doing so.  He couldn't run away from the field, but he wasn't having to fight hard to keep the lead.  That stayed true up until seventh place starter Jerry Lobdell Jr. made his way to the front of the pack.  Lobdell made multiple attempts to get underneath of Decker, but failed to do so.  One of his attempts led to contact between the two, sending Lobdell into a long slide into the infield.  He gathered the car up and the race stayed green, but he lost a bunch of time to Decker and looked to run out of time to get the ground back.  The gap disappeared after some late race yellows and that allowed Lobdell the chance to redeem himself.  He was successful in doing so and finally made the pass down low on Decker.  Lobdell led the remainder of the race and made another trip to Victory Lane when the checkered flag was displayed.
 The 600cc Modified feature was another closely contested race.  Chase and Ali Scutt led the field to the initial green flag.  Fourth place starter Brenton Miller made quick work of the cars in front of him and took the race lead in the opening laps.  While he led, James Randall, Chris Jordan, and points leader Jake Waibel worked their way through the field and found themselves joining Miller at the front.  They all threw a bunch of shots at Miller to try to knock him out of the front spot, but none of them were able to get ahead of the #35 machine.  Miller held off all of the advances behind him and made it through a handful of restarts to claim the victory in the 20 lap feature.
 As has been the case over the last few weeks, Mike Morse was the class of the field in the Pop's Automotive Factory Stocks.  Mike started in fourth and worked his way to the lead early on.  It wasn't a dominating race for him, though.  Grayson Albanese was ready for a battle this week and would not allow Morse out of his sights.  At one point during the race, Albanese was able to get around Morse and led a few laps.  Albanese fought as hard as he could, but the strength of Morse was too much for him to overcome and he would see Morse's #21 move back around him.  Lapped traffic came into play in the closing laps, but it only allowed Morse to separate himself from Albanese and score the win with a comfortable gap.
 This week's Rookie Sportsman feature was very similar to last week's race.  Dane Hedlund brought the field to the green, but a nasty push through the first two turns saw him turn it over to Billy Fiske.  Bryan Pospisil and Michael Roach battled behind Fiske for the second spot before the first caution came out and ended that battle.  Roach made the most out of the ensuing restart and took the race lead away from Fiske.  Roach had to deal with another onslaught of restarts, but just like last week, he held the lead through every single one of them and picked up his second career win in back-to-back fashion.
 Taylor Wilk did nothing but dominate the Rookie 600cc Modified feature at the start of the night.  She jumped into the race lead right off of the start and walked away from the field in the six lap feature.  She took the checkered flag by a huge margin to make a return trip to Victory Lane.
 The Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour visited the track for their first and only appearance on the year and competed in two different feature events.  In the first race, Chip Gauthier was the victor after holding off charges from his brother Scott Gauthier in the early part of the race and then Frank Hoard in the closing laps.  The second feature saw Jon Kuleszo work his way up to the race lead in the opening laps after starting back in sixth place.  He refused to be denied once he took control and pulled into Victory Lane with a solid performance.
 The month of August will start next Saturday night with another eight division program.  The racing throughout July has been nothing short of fantastic, so hopes are high for that to continue on as we move into a new month.


By Kyle Young

 The Thunder Mountain Speedway closed out the month of July with another spectacular night of racing.  With the addition of the Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour and some invading drivers from some other tracks, the entire show was filled with tons of action and some special moments.
 One of those special moments came in the Open Modified feature.  Pole sitter Rick Wilk led the first four laps before Chris Jordan took control of the field.  A few early race restarts were the first obstacles in Jordan's way, but he survived them all.  The middle portion of the race was filled with lots of green flag laps, which allowed Shaun Walker to work his way through the field.  He got himself up to second place and was closing in on Jordan for the race lead, but a broken axle ruined his plans of another victory and brought out a yellow.  This created a six lap sprint to the finish and ultimately a thrilling finish.  Billy Decker took the restart in third and quickly moved around Chris Stull for second.  With Jordan running the bottom, Decker had to use the top side and was making ground on Jordan.  The two were side-by-side heading into turn three on the final lap and stayed that way coming across the line.  Getting there for the first time in his Modified career was Chris Jordan.  Billy Decker had to settle for a close second place finish while Jimmy Zacharias, Nick Nye, and Chris Stull completed the top five.
 Another first happened in the DIRTcar 358 Modified feature.  Jordan McCreadie led the early laps from the pole and started to run away from the field.  Before he got too comfortable, a caution came out and erased his gap.  Lance Willix was able to steal the lead away from McCreadie for a moment, but a flipping Justin Crisafullil brought out the red flag as soon as he did.  Willix didn't keep the lead for long as he surrendered the top spot to McCreadie when the race resumed.  McCreadie had to endure one more restart with six laps to go and did so successfully.  He would come to the checkered flag to claim his first career victory at the track over Lance Willix, Larry Wight, Shayne Spoonhower, and last week's winner Ronnie Davis III.
 The DIRTcar Sportsman feature saw a hard fought battle all race long at the front of the field.  Pole sitter Stacy Jackson commanded a strong field of cars behind him, but he didn't do it easily.  Fifth place starter Brandon Carvey made his way to Jackson's presence through some early restarts and put up a very strong fight for Jackson's lead.  Jackson was able to hold him off throughout most of the feature, but Carvey finally found something that his car liked and took over the top spot.  Once he did, Jackson found trouble with a broken rear end and saw his chances at victory evaporate.  It was up to Carvey to try to fend off a fast moving Zach Sobotka behind him in the final few laps and he was able to do just that to add himself to the list of drivers scoring their first career Thunder Mountain Speedway victories on the night.
 One of the most exciting classes all night long were the Wheeler Excavation Street Stocks.  After two exhilarating heat races, hopes were high for a great feature race.  Damon Decker paced the field early and looked strong while doing so.  He couldn't run away from the field, but he wasn't having to fight hard to keep the lead.  That stayed true up until seventh place starter Jerry Lobdell Jr. made his way to the front of the pack.  Lobdell made multiple attempts to get underneath of Decker, but failed to do so.  One of his attempts led to contact between the two, sending Lobdell into a long slide into the infield.  He gathered the car up and the race stayed green, but he lost a bunch of time to Decker and looked to run out of time to get the ground back.  The gap disappeared after some late race yellows and that allowed Lobdell the chance to redeem himself.  He was successful in doing so and finally made the pass down low on Decker.  Lobdell led the remainder of the race and made another trip to Victory Lane when the checkered flag was displayed.
 The 600cc Modified feature was another closely contested race.  Chase and Ali Scutt led the field to the initial green flag.  Fourth place starter Brenton Miller made quick work of the cars in front of him and took the race lead in the opening laps.  While he led, James Randall, Chris Jordan, and points leader Jake Waibel worked their way through the field and found themselves joining Miller at the front.  They all threw a bunch of shots at Miller to try to knock him out of the front spot, but none of them were able to get ahead of the #35 machine.  Miller held off all of the advances behind him and made it through a handful of restarts to claim the victory in the 20 lap feature.
 As has been the case over the last few weeks, Mike Morse was the class of the field in the Pop's Automotive Factory Stocks.  Mike started in fourth and worked his way to the lead early on.  It wasn't a dominating race for him, though.  Grayson Albanese was ready for a battle this week and would not allow Morse out of his sights.  At one point during the race, Albanese was able to get around Morse and led a few laps.  Albanese fought as hard as he could, but the strength of Morse was too much for him to overcome and he would see Morse's #21 move back around him.  Lapped traffic came into play in the closing laps, but it only allowed Morse to separate himself from Albanese and score the win with a comfortable gap.
 This week's Rookie Sportsman feature was very similar to last week's race.  Dane Hedlund brought the field to the green, but a nasty push through the first two turns saw him turn it over to Billy Fiske.  Bryan Pospisil and Michael Roach battled behind Fiske for the second spot before the first caution came out and ended that battle.  Roach made the most out of the ensuing restart and took the race lead away from Fiske.  Roach had to deal with another onslaught of restarts, but just like last week, he held the lead through every single one of them and picked up his second career win in back-to-back fashion.
 Taylor Wilk did nothing but dominate the Rookie 600cc Modified feature at the start of the night.  She jumped into the race lead right off of the start and walked away from the field in the six lap feature.  She took the checkered flag by a huge margin to make a return trip to Victory Lane.
 The Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour visited the track for their first and only appearance on the year and competed in two different feature events.  In the first race, Chip Gauthier was the victor after holding off charges from his brother Scott Gauthier in the early part of the race and then Frank Hoard in the closing laps.  The second feature saw Jon Kuleszo work his way up to the race lead in the opening laps after starting back in sixth place.  He refused to be denied once he took control and pulled into Victory Lane with a solid performance.
 The month of August will start next Saturday night with another eight division program.  The racing throughout July has been nothing short of fantastic, so hopes are high for that to continue on as we move into a new month.


Source: By Kyle Young

 The Thunder Mountain Speedway closed out the month of July with another spectacular night of racing.  With the addition of the Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour and some invading drivers from some other tracks, the entire show was filled with tons of action and some special moments.
 One of those special moments came in the Open Modified feature.  Pole sitter Rick Wilk led the first four laps before Chris Jordan took control of the field.  A few early race restarts were the first obstacles in Jordan's way, but he survived them all.  The middle portion of the race was filled with lots of green flag laps, which allowed Shaun Walker to work his way through the field.  He got himself up to second place and was closing in on Jordan for the race lead, but a broken axle ruined his plans of another victory and brought out a yellow.  This created a six lap sprint to the finish and ultimately a thrilling finish.  Billy Decker took the restart in third and quickly moved around Chris Stull for second.  With Jordan running the bottom, Decker had to use the top side and was making ground on Jordan.  The two were side-by-side heading into turn three on the final lap and stayed that way coming across the line.  Getting there for the first time in his Modified career was Chris Jordan.  Billy Decker had to settle for a close second place finish while Jimmy Zacharias, Nick Nye, and Chris Stull completed the top five.
 Another first happened in the DIRTcar 358 Modified feature.  Jordan McCreadie led the early laps from the pole and started to run away from the field.  Before he got too comfortable, a caution came out and erased his gap.  Lance Willix was able to steal the lead away from McCreadie for a moment, but a flipping Justin Crisafullil brought out the red flag as soon as he did.  Willix didn't keep the lead for long as he surrendered the top spot to McCreadie when the race resumed.  McCreadie had to endure one more restart with six laps to go and did so successfully.  He would come to the checkered flag to claim his first career victory at the track over Lance Willix, Larry Wight, Shayne Spoonhower, and last week's winner Ronnie Davis III.
 The DIRTcar Sportsman feature saw a hard fought battle all race long at the front of the field.  Pole sitter Stacy Jackson commanded a strong field of cars behind him, but he didn't do it easily.  Fifth place starter Brandon Carvey made his way to Jackson's presence through some early restarts and put up a very strong fight for Jackson's lead.  Jackson was able to hold him off throughout most of the feature, but Carvey finally found something that his car liked and took over the top spot.  Once he did, Jackson found trouble with a broken rear end and saw his chances at victory evaporate.  It was up to Carvey to try to fend off a fast moving Zach Sobotka behind him in the final few laps and he was able to do just that to add himself to the list of drivers scoring their first career Thunder Mountain Speedway victories on the night.
 One of the most exciting classes all night long were the Wheeler Excavation Street Stocks.  After two exhilarating heat races, hopes were high for a great feature race.  Damon Decker paced the field early and looked strong while doing so.  He couldn't run away from the field, but he wasn't having to fight hard to keep the lead.  That stayed true up until seventh place starter Jerry Lobdell Jr. made his way to the front of the pack.  Lobdell made multiple attempts to get underneath of Decker, but failed to do so.  One of his attempts led to contact between the two, sending Lobdell into a long slide into the infield.  He gathered the car up and the race stayed green, but he lost a bunch of time to Decker and looked to run out of time to get the ground back.  The gap disappeared after some late race yellows and that allowed Lobdell the chance to redeem himself.  He was successful in doing so and finally made the pass down low on Decker.  Lobdell led the remainder of the race and made another trip to Victory Lane when the checkered flag was displayed.
 The 600cc Modified feature was another closely contested race.  Chase and Ali Scutt led the field to the initial green flag.  Fourth place starter Brenton Miller made quick work of the cars in front of him and took the race lead in the opening laps.  While he led, James Randall, Chris Jordan, and points leader Jake Waibel worked their way through the field and found themselves joining Miller at the front.  They all threw a bunch of shots at Miller to try to knock him out of the front spot, but none of them were able to get ahead of the #35 machine.  Miller held off all of the advances behind him and made it through a handful of restarts to claim the victory in the 20 lap feature.
 As has been the case over the last few weeks, Mike Morse was the class of the field in the Pop's Automotive Factory Stocks.  Mike started in fourth and worked his way to the lead early on.  It wasn't a dominating race for him, though.  Grayson Albanese was ready for a battle this week and would not allow Morse out of his sights.  At one point during the race, Albanese was able to get around Morse and led a few laps.  Albanese fought as hard as he could, but the strength of Morse was too much for him to overcome and he would see Morse's #21 move back around him.  Lapped traffic came into play in the closing laps, but it only allowed Morse to separate himself from Albanese and score the win with a comfortable gap.
 This week's Rookie Sportsman feature was very similar to last week's race.  Dane Hedlund brought the field to the green, but a nasty push through the first two turns saw him turn it over to Billy Fiske.  Bryan Pospisil and Michael Roach battled behind Fiske for the second spot before the first caution came out and ended that battle.  Roach made the most out of the ensuing restart and took the race lead away from Fiske.  Roach had to deal with another onslaught of restarts, but just like last week, he held the lead through every single one of them and picked up his second career win in back-to-back fashion.
 Taylor Wilk did nothing but dominate the Rookie 600cc Modified feature at the start of the night.  She jumped into the race lead right off of the start and walked away from the field in the six lap feature.  She took the checkered flag by a huge margin to make a return trip to Victory Lane.
 The Dirt Modified Nostalgia Tour visited the track for their first and only appearance on the year and competed in two different feature events.  In the first race, Chip Gauthier was the victor after holding off charges from his brother Scott Gauthier in the early part of the race and then Frank Hoard in the closing laps.  The second feature saw Jon Kuleszo work his way up to the race lead in the opening laps after starting back in sixth place.  He refused to be denied once he took control and pulled into Victory Lane with a solid performance.
 The month of August will start next Saturday night with another eight division program.  The racing throughout July has been nothing short of fantastic, so hopes are high for that to continue on as we move into a new month.


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Getting ready for Stan Da Man night

Getting ready for Stan Da Man night


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It's the Fourth of July and Race day Saturday! We'll have fireworks after the nights over to celebrate our independence as well as the brave service men and women!

This Saturday is red, white, and blue day at Genesee Speedway. Wear those colors, and drivers fly those American flags at your trailer!

We can't ask for a better day to welcome fans back to the Place to Race!

See y'all Saturday!
Racing starts at 6
Pits open at 4
Grandstands at 5

Pit Admission $30 (back to normal)
7 and under free

Grandstands
$14 adult
7 and under free
8-12 $8
13-16 and Seniors $11


It's the Fourth of July and Race day Saturday! We'll have fireworks after the nights over to celebrate our independence as well as the brave service men and women!

This Saturday is red, white, and blue day at Genesee Speedway. Wear those colors, and drivers fly those American flags at your trailer!

We can't ask for a better day to welcome fans back to the Place to Race!

See y'all Saturday!
Racing starts at 6
Pits open at 4
Grandstands at 5

Pit Admission $30 (back to normal)
7 and under free

Grandstands
$14 adult
7 and under free
8-12 $8
13-16 and Seniors $11


Source: It's the Fourth of July and Race day Saturday! We'll have fireworks after the nights over to celebrate our independence as well as the brave service men and women!

This Saturday is red, white, and blue day at Genesee Speedway. Wear those colors, and drivers fly those American flags at your trailer!

We can't ask for a better day to welcome fans back to the Place to Race!

See y'all Saturday!
Racing starts at 6
Pits open at 4
Grandstands at 5

Pit Admission $30 (back to normal)
7 and under free

Grandstands
$14 adult
7 and under free
8-12 $8
13-16 and Seniors $11


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Photos from Cornwall Motor Speedway's post


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