Matt Craig came out on top of a controversial last lap battle that saw both he and third finisher Preston Peltier slap the wall to win the 10th Running of the Orange Blossom Special on Saturday night at Orange County Speedway.
Due to mechanical problems and racing incident damage during his race last Sunday at the Rattler 250 in Alabama, Raphaël Lessard has had to withdraw from participating in the Duels at Dominion race, scheduled for Saturday, March 25th on the all-new Dominion Raceway track in Thornburg, Virginia.
Using the same mental game that won him the Icebreaker in February, Lee Pulliam completed a late-race charge to the front to win Saturday’s 75-lap NASCAR Whelen All-American Series late model feature at Myrtle Beach Speedway.
ELON, N.C. — Despite almost a month hiatus from racing action, Jacob Borst is now prepared to make his second start in Southeast Limited Late Model Junior Elite Series at Greenville-Pickens Speedway this weekend, piloting the No. 25 Central Carolina Realty Pros machine. Fresh from a second place finish and a pole award in the Greenville Meltdown last month, which …
Harrison Burton thought that when he came down a closed pit road early in Saturday’s super late model portion of the Circle Track Warehouse 200 at Concord Speedway, he had “thrown the race away.”
After watching Matt Craig set a new CARS Super Late Model Tour track record in the opening round of knockout qualifying Saturday afternoon, Steve Wallace wasn’t content to settle for second.
Josh Berry started off the knockout qualifying era for the CARS Late Model Stock Tour by nabbing the Hedgecock Racing Pole Award on Saturday ahead of the season-opening Circle Track Warehouse 200 at Concord Speedway.
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After a short offseason, the CARS Tour kicks off their third season this Saturday at Concord Speedway in Concord, N.C.
Cole Anderson has joined Bond Suss Racing for a handful of marquee super late model events.
Although the Pro All Stars Series season is barely under way, the tour is already looking ahead to two of the biggest events of the year, the 44th annual Oxford 250 in August and the recently announced Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown 300 in November.
The American Canadian Tour announced a six-race schedule for the Quebec-based Serie ACT on Monday.