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21 Year-Old Driving School Student Loses Life In TQ At Wall, Night Races Cancelled

<p class=”post-meta” style=”color: #aaaaaa;”>Posted by: Earl Krause August 19, 2014</p> What began as an enjoyable day at the Green Flag Driving Experience at Wall Stadium turned into tragedy in the early afternoon on Saturday. Participant Amanda Gambacorto, age 21, was fatally injured when the TQ-Midget she was driving hit the second turn guard rail on the third-mile, banked paved oval. The …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Kevin Ward Jr.

Kevin Ward, Jr. was a 20-year old kid with aspirations of being a professional race car driver. He demonstrated considerable prowess over the past couple of years, building a team into a contender, developing his driving skills well. Last Saturday night, Ward came out on the short end of a racing accident at Canandaigua Speedway when he and Tony Stewart …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Danny Johnson

Earning high dollar wins in high profile races last week, two virtuoso drivers were the classes of their fields in a pair of events as dfferent as night and day. On Wednesday, Danny Johnson dominated the Super DIRTcar Series race at the three-eighths mile dirt Albany-Saratoga (NY) oval by setting a blistering pace that blistered tires. Not his tires, but …

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This Week in AARN // July 29, 2014

TOP HEADLINES Stafford’s SK 5k Win Worth $5,000 For Rowan Pennink Crazy Eights For Danny Creeden; Wins BD Super Series Race At I-88 Seekonk Open Wheel Wednesday Mod Win For Tommy Barrett Is Worth Ten Grand End Of An Era: Flemington Speedway Promoter Paul Kuhl Passes Hy-Miler Nationals ISMA Supermodified Race Goes To Lou Cicconi, Jr. New Renegade Sprint Car Group Aims …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Danny Creeden

There were two different, high stakes, high profile races two hundred miles apart last week. One was on dirt, the other on asphalt. One was promoted by an energetic lessor, the other by the second generation track owner. Both drew big fields, aiming not just for the first prize payoff but for some proportionately good money down the line. And …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Lance Dewease

The biggest 410 Sprint Car race of the summer in the east is the Williams Grove Summer Nationals. To win it, whether a World Of Outlaws regular or ‘PA Posse’ homestander, is to win big. This year’s running had the added drama of a Posse favorite beating the Outlaws at their own game and in the process, racing to a milestone …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Lucas Wolfe

Pennsylvania Speedweek is a regional showcase of 410 Sprint racing that brings together the very best teams from all of area tracks, spiced some invaders. Individual race wins are important but this mini-series’ championship carries immense prestige. Lucas Wolfe, past World of Outlaws full timer, was the 2014 Speedweek champion and the adversity he overcame to prevail is incredible. He …

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Bradford (Pa.) Speedway to Close Saturday After Sixty Years

After a run of six decades, albeit it occasionally discontinuous, Brad- ford Speedway will close its gates on Saturday, June 28 for the final time. Track owner and operator Jeff Andrulonis made the announcement through a media release Friday, June 20. The communication states that the Bradford Speedway property will become the site of a giant radio tower “that will …

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