The Importance Of Being A Spectator


Sometimes you just have to step away from something you love to appreciate it again. That is what I tell myself when a night of racing goes wrong. Although my love for the sport is massive, sometimes it can be more frustrating than enjoyable. When I have one of those disappointing nights, I step away ...
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Maurer Wins National Open XX; Bealer Wins RoC


2016 marks the 20th running of the Linda’s Speedway 600 Micro Sprint National Open presented by GW Transport Systems. In what will be remembered as one of the best in history, Fredericksburg, PA’s Jesse Maurer claimed his first title. Maurer started from the pole of the 40 lap feature event and led the first 12 ...
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Clauson’s Team Will Continue Racing


The legacy of Bryan Clauson Racing will continue under a new name thanks to Bryan Clauson’s father, Tim Clauson, and team co-owner Richard Marshall. The team will now be known as Clauson-Marshall Racing banner and will make its debut during the upcoming USAC National Midget Series Jason Leffler Memorial at Wayne County Speedway in Wayne ...
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Spirit Auto Center Speedway Crowns Champions


Spirit Auto Center Speedway crowned their 2016 champions on Friday night. Jermain Godshall won the wingless 600cc Micro Sprint feature but fell nine points short of Jon Keller who became the 600cc Micro Sprint champion. Lee Reinhardt won the 270cc Micro Sprint feature for his first win of the season but his brother, Tyler captured ...
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Bishop Checkmates Lanco 600cc Field; Rutherford Takes 270cc


Austin Bishop now has a winged 600cc victory to go with his wingless win in Firecracker Frenzy on July 2nd. Bishop, from Elverson, authored a dominating performance on Saturday night, leading every lap of the 600cc main event at Lanco’s Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway. Bishop checked out on the periodic restarts that dotted the 25-lap ...
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Edgar Bites Back At Shellhammers After Week Break


Wednesday September 7th, saw another night come for Wingless Wednesday action featuring the Wingless 270 Micro sprints, Xcel modifieds, Sr Slingshots, and Jr Slingshots. With another evening of racing on hand who would be able to grab the checkers in their respective events? The Sr Slingshot feature saw heat winner “Cadillac” Kurt Bettler start on ...
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Buckwalter & Spence Win Lanco Wingless Shootout Mains


It was just what everyone wants, and expects, from a big race with a hefty first place payout…the best of the best were entered (just qualifying for the main event was an accomplishment), the action was terrific, and late race drama determined the winner in two of the four A-Mains! Those were the main story ...
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Faccinto Stuns The Midget World In Vermiel Classic At Calistoga


Michael Faccinto worked his way around Tanner Thorson with just three laps remaining to win Sunday night’s “Louie Vermiel Classic” USAC Western States Midget feature at Calistoga Speedway. Faccinto, of Hanford, California, started on the outside of the front row and eventually worked his way to the lead around pole sitter Ronnie Gardner on the ...
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Souder Solves Overheating Plague To Snare Win At Lanco


Dan Souder has apparently solved the overheating problem that plagued his No. 11 for the past few months. Souder, from Quakertown, Pa., and his car both “kept their cool” while scorching the competition on Saturday night at Lanco’s Clyde Martin Memorial Speedway. Souder notched his second triumph of the season in the 600cc Micro-Sprint main ...
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