AARN Staff

Newsmaker of the Week // Brett Hearn

When Brett Hearn strode into the Orange County Fairgrounds Arena Saturday night, he received a response from the crowd at the track’s pre-season Motorsports Car Show that rivaled what a rock star might expect. Everyone, it seemed, wanted a piece of Brett. He signed autographs, shook hands, posed for pictures against the backdrop of his No. 20 Modified. Brett’s back …

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This Week in AARN // March 26, 2019

TOP HEADLINES AARN 2019 Season Preview: Pull Out & Save Comprehensive Track, Series Schedule Section! Anthony Perrego Wins STSS Port Royal Dirt Mod Race For New Car Owner Gary Simpson Brett Hearn Makes It Official: He’s Coming Back To Orange County As A Weekly Regular BAPS Opens, Super Sportsman Winner Kenny Edkin Is Glad They Did Past Track Champ Alan Krimes Gets First Lincoln …

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This Week in AARN // March 19, 2019

TOP HEADLINES Lucas Wolfe Claims Williams Grove 410 Main As Track Opens 80th Year From Last To First In Myrtle Beach: Doug Coby Gets NWMT Season Off To Perfect Start At Georgetown, Stewart Friesen & Duane Howard Race To Melvin Joseph Memorial Mod Wins Matt Hirschman Romps In Southern Mod Series Caraway Speedway Opener Danny Dietrich Denies Anthony Macri, Takes Last Lap …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Kyle Busch

Every once in a while, a real, genuine milestone victory is achieved by a tried and true competitor. Love him or hate him, Kyle Busch’s Monster Cup win last Sunday at Auto Club Speedway in California was such a landmark drive. Since becoming a NASCAR National Series regular, Busch has racked up the wins to the extent that Sunday’s win was …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Doug Rose

Doug Rose has been a Modified driver, a Kutztown promoter, a successful business owner, and now, he’ll be a race track owner. Rose has entered into a purchase agreement with current owner Brian Ramey to take over Bridgeport Speedway. His plan is to observe in 2019 and swing into action in 2020. It’s a bold move by a man with …

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This Week in AARN // March 12, 2019

Kutztown Promoter Doug Rose Announces Intent To Purchase Bridgeport Speedway Lucas Wolfe Claims Lincoln Speedway Sunday 410 Sprint Central PA Season Opener Bonsignore, Rudolph Claim Syracuse Indoor TQ Inaugural Features; Rudolph Earns Fourth Career Series Title Georgetown Speedway Hosts Well Attended Practice, Two Day Season Opener This Fri. And Sat. Mark Smith. Morgan Turpen Score USCS 360 Sprint Wins In Louisiana Motorsports …

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This Week in AARN // March 5, 2019

TOP HEADLINES Bethel Motor Speedway Is Newest NASCAR Whelen All American Racing Series Track Deyo To Head South: Plans Florida Speedweek Presence With Short Track Super Series In 2020 Lebanon Valley Announces Five $5,000-To-Win Saturday Night Modified Races Indoor TQ Midget Racing To Make Debut This Weekend At New York State Fairgrounds Donny Schatz, Tim Shaffer Cop WoO Sprint Race Wins In …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Brett Deyo

Brett Deyo’s two ultra successful Short Track Super Series and his Georgetown, Del. base of operations has already expanded once this off-season, northward, to Fonda Speedway in Central New York. Now, Deyo’s heading south to Florida, in February, 2020, with a three day schedule featuring Dirt Modifieds, offering progressively more generous prize money payouts. All Tech Raceway in Lake City is …

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This Week in AARN // February 26, 2019

TOP HEADLINES Mark Smith, Tony Stewart Take USCS 360 Sprint Southern Speedway Sunshine State Mains Best Remedy: Sick Brad Keselowski Wins Atlanta NASCAR Cup Race Chris Windom, Carson Short Win Wingless Hendry Co. Sprint Features Lincoln Rains Out, Tries Again For Season Opener This Coming Saturday Indoor Auto Racing Series Season Championships Up For Grabs Next Weekend At Syracuse Expo Center; Big …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Brad Keselowski

Brad Keselowski has won NASCAR Cup races before, lots of them in fact. But chances are his Atlanta win last Sunday is one he’ll never forget, and for all the wrong reasons. Keselowski as sick as a dog all weekend, ill enough to miss his practices and personal appearances. His race day status was questionable enough that Austin Cindric was …

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