This Week in AARN // March 3rd, 2015

USAC SPRINTS at East Bay (FL) Raceway Park were highlighted by Robert Ballou’s hard charge to victory Friday night (top, Robert Wing photo) that saw him get his front wheels off the ground on his run to the front.  Kody Swanson (No. 63) went airborne over Trevor Kobylarz (No. 14) and authored a one point landing (bottom, left, Matt Butcosk photo) as Logan Jarrett (No. 29) sped away. The action got more intense when both drivers flipped high in the air in tandem (bottom right, Matt Butcosk), heavily damaging both cars but causing neither driver any personal injury.  Any encore was negated when the Saturday racing program was rained out, not unlike the weather that has hampered the start of the racing season in the northeast, with events now being postponed well into the month of March.


Thomas, Ballou Romp In East Bay USAC Sprints

Waterford Speedbowl To Open In May With NASCAR Sanction, NWMT Race Date, New Name

Reading, Southern Tier Mall Shows Close; Phillipsburg Mall Show Opens

Selinsgrove’s RoC March 14 Icebreaker Postponed; New Date Being Sought

Jennerstown Speedway’s Reopening Remains Uncertain

NASCAR Stars Coming To Trenton For Celebrity Softball Game

DIRTcar’s Mike Perrotte Defines His Role As Race Director

Jimmie Johnson Wins Cold NASCAR Sprint Cup Atlanta Race

Godown Honored At New Egypt Pre-Season Affair

Reutimann Family To Have Street Named In Zephyrhills In Their Honor

Big Diamond 2x4