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Newsmaker of the Week // Brian Montieth

The $5,000 first place prize Brian Montieth claimed for winning Lincoln Speedway’s 410 Sprint Spring Championship last Saturday night was a noteworthy achievement in its own right. But this one had added drama. The Lincoln win, for the second time this Spring, came after Montieth had flipped a car at Williams Grove in his previous start. Undaunted, ‘The Edge’ swept …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Sheldon Haudenschild

There’s a new kid in town on the World Of Outlaws 410 Sprint Car Circuit and this one’s looking like the real deal. Sheldon Haudenschild certainly has the bloodlines. His famous father Jac ‘Wild Child’ Haudenschild was a Buckeye favorite before taking his show on the road nationwide with the World Of Outlaws. Sheldon did the same thing last year, …

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Newsmaker of the Week // McKennedy & Watt

Two major events, one on dirt one on pavement, one in the Northeast, one in the South, vied last Saturday for the headlines. In Georgetown, Delaware, where Dirt Modified racing got started this year, Ryan Watt out dueled Matt Sheppard to win it all. Further down the eastern seaboard, in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, Jon McKennedy drove Tommy Baldwin’s Asphalt …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Lucas Wolfe

When it’s your day, it’s your day. 410 Sprint standout Lucas Wolfe has been in enough races to know that there are no guarantees. So when he redrew the pole position for the 25-lap feature Sunday afternoon at Williams Grove Speedway, Wolfe knew that while he had just gained an advantage, winning was not anywhere near a sure thing. Wolfe …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Chad Trout

Chad Trout’s perfect race in Lincoln Speedway’s 410 Sprint and Central PA’s overall season opener was the product of a top notch team that had been recently tested by adversity. Trout remembered his late car owner Jim Walker, the man who gave him a shot at 410s, in his post race remarks. Randy & Steph Oberlander, who now own the team, …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Kevin Harvick

Kevin Harvick’s position in the NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series hierarchy is well established, particularly since the retirement of several of his peers. Harvick is durable, consistent, cerebral. He is a thinking man’s race car driver. The native Californian, for reasons neither he nor anyone else can explain, is at his best at Atlanta Motor Speedway. This past weekend, Harvick …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Tim McCreadie

With rare exceptions, race car drivers of today are specialists. It’s not necessarily that they want to be. Rather, the demands that evolving technology places on race teams and drivers forces all but a select few to concentrate fully on one chosen field. That’s why Tim McCreadie’s efforts this past week at Volusia Speedway Park in the DIRT Nationals is so …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Donny Schatz

Acknowledged 410 Sprint Car master Donny Schatz has picked up right where he left off in 2017. In five Sunshine State starts last week, Schatz won four times, two All Star Circuit Of Champions races and two World Of Outlaws features. It’s become a familiar refrain in the 410 Sprint world: get ready on the off-season to take on the mega-winner, …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Josh Richards

In 2017, Josh Richards took the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series by storm. The World Of Outlaws champion stunned the racing world with the career move that included leaving the team he and his father Mark had built. Yet by year’s end, Richards was the dominant driver, winning the Lucas Oil Series championship handily. This past week, in the …

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MEMORIAL SERVICE DETAILS FROM THE KRAUSE FAMILY

A Memorial service for Cliff Krause will be held on Thursday (2-1-2018) at 5 pm at the Holmdel Community United Church of Christ at 40 Main Street in Holmdel, N.J. A buffet dinner of Cliff’s favorite foods to follow. All are invited. Donations can be made to an animal rescue. Homefreeanimalrescue.com or mailed to Home Free Animals 64 White Street …

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