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This Week in AARN // September 5, 2017

TOP HEADLINES Hometown Hero Jeff Rine Beats World Of Outlaw Late Model Drivers At Selinsgrove DJ Shullick Claims 61st Oswego Speedway Supermodified Classic In Ohio 410 Sprints: Two For Tim Shaffer, One For Saldana, Huge $10,000 Wayne Co. Score For Caleb Helms Forty One Years After First One, Jimmy Horton Claims Orange County Big Block Modified Crown Brett Hearn In Charge At …

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Newsmaker of the Week / /Jeff Rine

When a hometown boy makes good, it’s the closest thing to the universal warm and fuzzy theme. In racing, the most frequent set up for this delightful turn of events comes when a Touring Series and their professional drivers and teams march into a weekly speedway and take on the track regulars. So it was this past Sunday at Selinsgrove …

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Ninth Year At Woodhull’s Helm, Owner Ted White Has A Good Thing Going

Posted by: (Author Name) (Date) Though Woodhull (NY) Raceway’s owner and promoter Ted White likes to keep a low profile, those who need to find him know where he is: ‘right down there outside turn four with some of the track crew’. White has been in charge of Woodhull for nine years now and he’s a hands-on operator who addresses …

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This Week in AARN // August 29, 2017

TOP HEADLINES Short Track Super Series Woodhull Raceway Field Bows To Andy Bachetti JJ Grasso Rushes To New Egypt’s Annual 410 Sprint Win, His Third In Seven Runnings NWMT Champ Doug Coby Bumps Way To Seekonk Checkered, His First Of The Season Tri Track Modifieds At Star Are Vanquished By Matt Hirschman Changes In Halmar-Friesen Truck Team Alliance Portend Brighter Future …

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Newsmaker of the Week // JJ Grasso

Sometimes in auto racing, it just happens: a driver takes a liking to a particular track and excels in a particular race. So it was last Wednesday, August 23 at New Egypt Speedway when JJ Grasso swept to victory in the rich Jersey Rush XII 410 Sprint Car race. The win for Grasso was his third in the seven runnings of …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Glenndon Forsythe

Glenndon Forsythe has been running on the rugged Central PA 410 Sprint Car circuit for enough years to have earned a reputation as a skilled, consistent, workmanlike shoe who hangs out at or near the top five and picks up a win or two just about every year. So in a sense, it wasn’t wholly unexpected that Forsythe would be the …

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This Week in AARN // August 22, 2017

TOP HEADLINES Rahmer, Dietrich, Forsythe & Hodnett Vanquish All Stars In Pennsy Thorson, Boat Wrap USAC PA Midget Speedweek With Victores RoC Champ Patrick Emerling Upsets NWMT Regulars At Bristol STSS Debut At Albany-Saratoga Is Another Winning Ride For Matt Sheppard Brandon Sheppard Takes Two Of Three WoO Late Model Mains; Rookie Devin Moran Surprises At Georgetown Will Power Formidable …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Donny Schatz

He came, he saw, he conquered, for the tenth time! That’s the story of the 57th Knoxville Nationals, where a $150,000 first prize tempts the best 410 Sprint Car drivers in the world. Despite the intensity, one man, North Dakota’s Donny Schatz has made the Knoxville Nationals his personal playground. This time, David Gravel had him covered. But he blew …

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This Week in AARN // August 15, 2017

TOP HEADLINES Donny Schatz Holds Off Kyle Larson To Win Knoxville Nationals For Tenth Time Rich Lucas Oil Florence Speedway $50,000 Victory For Tim McCreadie From Knoxville To Michigan: Larson Dazzles NASCAR Cup Fans With Late Race Restart Magic Ryan Preece Keeps On Winning; Claims NWMT Thompson Bud 150 Matt Sheppard’s SDS Win Rampage Continues Unopposed; Goes Back To Back At …

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Brett Hearn’s Incredible March To 900 Career Feature Event Wins

Posted by: John Snyder – August 8, 2017 This story of desire, determination and dedication, plus preparation and perseverance began in 1975 when teenage Brett Hearn first strapped into a Sportsman division race car at Middletown, New York’s Orange County Fair Speedway. Success was not immediate; that would wait until June 15, 1976, again at Orange County, and his first …

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