Night 10 of the DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park has been cancelled, due to an extended heavy rain storm that hit the area on Wednesday and Thursday and a forecast of continued rain well into the day.
After opting out of DIRTcar Nationals in 2016, one of the most notable Super DIRTcar Series big-block modified teams will be going all out come February.
Former Australian V8 Modified champion Peter Britten has been released of his dirt modified driving duties with Heinke-Baldwin Racing.
Like a speeding bullet, ‘Super’ Matt Sheppard lived up to his nickname and to the Superman logo on the side of his big block modified Friday night during the opener of the Bad Boy Off Road World Finals.
Matt Sheppard may lock up his fifth Super DIRTcar Series championship on Friday night simply by taking the green flag at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, but that doesn’t mean the Waterloo, New York veteran goes into the Bad Boy Off Road World Finals with nothing to prove.
Brett Hearn had a lot of people talking on social media this week after a photo from his Madsen Motorsports shop appeared on social media, showing a black and neon green car that he was scheduled to pilot during the Bad Boy Off Road World Finals.
Lightnin’ Larry Wight and Justin Haers were the stars of Thursday night’s Super DIRTcar Series qualifying programs for the Bad Boy Off Road World Finals at the Dirt Track at Charlotte, sweeping the spoils between each other as drivers fought for their starting positions in the weekend’s feature events.
Stewart Friesen has found a way to rise up to a level that others rarely can at Super DIRT Week. Not even a change in venue to the Oswego Speedway could stop the driver from Sprakers, N.Y., as he would go on to win the Bud Light 200 for the fifth time in his career.
It’s been a hectic week for Joey Ladouceur at NAPA Auto Parts Super DIRT Week. While running at Oswego has been the focus, an attempt at some of the satellite shows has also been on their DIRT Week schedule.
Camping World Friday Night Lights kicked off on-track qualifying for Sunday’s Bud Light 300, with Danny Varin, Stewart Friesen and Justin Haers etching their names in the record books as winners of the Bud Light Triple 30s.
After time trials were complete on Thursday, the talk of the 358-Modified pit area at Oswego Speedway was the dominance of the W-16 engine package that both Tim Fuller and Billy Dunn utilized to sweep the front row for Saturday’s Riccelli-Northern 150.
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