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This Week in AARN // November 24, 2020

TOP HEADLINES Stewart Friesen Dominates Georgetown’s Gobbler, Races To Season High 27th Overall Victory Wall Stadium’s Turkey Derby Shut Down By NJ State Officials Before A Wheel Was Turned Volusia Speedway Park’s Reutimann Memorial Won By Tyler Nicely Dominick Buffalino In, Jeff Strunk Out Of Hyneman No. 126 Modified ARDC Midget Rebirth To Include OEM Engines, Phase Out Of ‘Built Motors’ Orange County …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Stewart Friesen & Brett Deyo

A long and troubled 2020 outdoor racing took its final checkered flag last Saturday night when Stewart Friesen won his 27th Modified race of the year, at Georgetown Speedway. In so doing, Friesen ended 2020 with more wins than any other driver in the AARN readership range. Georgetown promoter Brett Deyo managed to pull off a successful race promotion that …

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This Week in AARN // November 17, 2020

TOP HEADLINES Freddie Rahmer Ends 410 Sprint Season At BAPS With Victory, Michael Maresca Claims Modified Co-Feature Islip 300 At Riverhead Won By Ryan Preece With Late Race Charge Matt Sheppard Goes Three-For-Three In Short Track Super Series ‘Cajun Swing’ Tyler Courtney, Justin Grant Take USAC Sprint Wins, Tanner Thorson, Buddy Kofoid USAC Midget Scores In Arizona USCS 360 Sprint Sweep …

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Newsmaker of the Week // BAPS Motor Speedway

The red hot Central PA 410 Sprint season was wrapped up last Saturday afternoon with yet another huge crowd of loyalists cheering their favorites on, one more time, at BAPS Motor Speedway. Getting the day off to an auspicious start, for all the wrong reasons, was JR Berry, who hung his car in the fence, literally, in time trials, without injury. Freddie …

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This Week in AARN // November 10, 2020

TOP HEADLINES Alex Yankowski Shocks Dirt Mod World With Danny Serrano 100 Win At Bridgeport, Michael Maresca Wins Sunday Big Bucks Bethel Dirt Modified Race Win Is Claimed By Bill Deckelman North-South Shootout In North Carolina Is Won By Mad Max McLaughlin Brian Carber Declines Kunz Chili Bowl Offer In Favor Of Keeping Full $15k Millbridge Micro Win Payday David Gravel, …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Alex Yankowski

Sixteen year old Alex Yankowski is the toast of the Dirt Modified racing world after he raced to victory in the Danny Serrano Classic Big Block Modified 100 at Bridgeport Speedway. What was a hugely popular win became a heart stopper when Yankowski was involved in a fiery flip nearly a lap after taking the checkered flag. He left the car …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Matt Sheppard

Matt Sheppard had made a career out of winning big. He has also made a career out of winning at a lot of different places. Saturday night at Georgetown Speedway in the Short Track Super Series South Region 2020 season finale, Sheppard raced to the $7,000 win. When the records were checked after the race, came a revelation: Georgetown was the …

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This Week in AARN // November 3, 2020

TOP HEADLINES Stewart Friesen Duplicates Matt Sheppard’s Previous Season By Sweeping STSS North, South, American Racer Cup Titles Tom Mayberry, Cris Michaud Expand Reach, Will Lease Thompson For Six Races. Create Open Mod Series Rick Eckert Outruns Max Blair In Georgetown Super Late Model Feature Thriller Bloomsburg, PA Fair Board Announces Plans To Revitalize Dormant Race Track, 2021 Schedule Taking Shape …

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This Week In AARN // October 27, 2020

TOP HEADLINES 59th Eastern States 200 At Orange County Is Claimed By Mat Williamson Over Stewart Friesen & Mike Mahaney Huge Bedford $20,000 Super Late Model Payday Earned By Gtegg Satterlee Stafford Tri Track Open Mod Series Win Earned By Chase Dowling Anthony Macri Registers 410 Sprint Win Number Nine In BAPS Afternoon Thriller Keith Rocco, Joey Polewarczyk, Joey Bailey, Avery Stoehr Among …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Eastern States Weekend

The 59th running of Eastern States 200 Weekend at Orange County Fair Speedway was conducted this past weekend in a year when every other major event in New York was cancelled. It took a lot of planning, preparation and management to pull it off, but pull it off the OCFS officials did. Big fields of cars supported the race. Empty …

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