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Newsmaker of the Week // Carson Macedo

The Williams Grove National Open is among the crown jewels in 410 Sprint racing. It’s one race that can make a 410 racer’s career complete if they win it, or stands out among the missing if they don’t. On Saturday, Carson Macedo ‘completed his career’, figuratively of course, by taking down the win in front of the partisan PA Posse fans …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Andy Jankowiak

Andy Jankowiak’s stunning sweep of the Race Of Champions Weekend at Lake Erie Speedway will go down in the proud 71 year history of the Race Of Champions as one of the all time great triumphs. Lake Erie Speedway is one of several race tracks in the popular Jankowiak’s backyard and the RoC itself is a race Andy’s late father …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Night of Money

These three numbers are the story: $53,000, $30,000. $20,000. They represent the first place prize money amounts paid out to Stewart Friesen for winning the Fonda 200, to Ryan Godown for winning the Grandview Freedom 76’er, and to Justin Peck for winning the Lincoln All Star Dirt Classic. The mega-earnings were each disbursed last Saturday on a night unlike any …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Danny Dietrich

The All Star Circuit Of Champions rolled into Central Pennsylvania for a four-race swing last week. After Tyler Courtney won at Grandview, Cory Eliason took Lincoln, and Williams Grove rained out, the stage was set for a ‘Stars Vs. Posse’ showdown at BAPS Speedway. Another All Stars win would have embarrassed the Posse big time. But along came Danny Dietrich, …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Ron Silk

For the first time since 2005, the NASCAR Whelen Modified Touring Series migrated northward to Beech Ridge Speedway in Maine and on this neutral territory, a race of strategy set up a fight to the finish involving Ron Silk and Matt Hirschman. Silk took the checkered, his first of the season. In a year when long time Tour standouts Doug …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Patrick Emerling

He came, he saw, he conquered – twice in two days, and in his own backyard. That was Patrick Emerling’s weekend in the western New York asphalt Modified realm. His dream couple of days started when he won the Race Of Champions Spencer Speedway race Friday night. Then came back the next night to win again, in the NASCAR Whelen …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Brent Marks

When Brent Marks won Saturday night’s World Of Outlaws Sprint Car A-Main At Williams Grove Speedway, it was a winning drive of great significance. Financially, Marks won $20,000 for himself and his race team. Emotionally, his win in the Saturday Summer Nationals was a sorely-needed pick-me-up for the PA Posse Faithful, whose unwavering loyalty to their hometown stars had been tested …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Eldora Speedway

What a week of Sprint Car racing it was at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio! Carson Macedo won Wednesday and Sunday, a pair of wins at Eldora that were completely overshadowed by an insane Saturday. On that day which will be forever remembered, two Kings Royals were run back to back with Tyler Courtney shocking the Sprint Car world by …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Danner-Gallagher

Fast rising open wheel star Briggs Danner had what is best described as a bittersweet couple of days last week. On Wednesday, Danner was spectacular in driving Bill Gallagher’s No. 5G USAC East Wingless 360 Sprint to victory on Kutztown’s Action Track, USA in the first ever appearance of that division there. The aura of victory would be diminished the very next …

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Newsmaker of the Week // Grandview Speedway Photo Finish

The dead heat, the photo finish, the too-close-to-call result at the checkered flag happens once every decade if that often. Yet on June 26, 2021 at Grandview Speedway, that’s exactly what occurred when Brett Kressley and Craig VonDohren crossed the finish line so close that no one was sure about the outcome. Track officials first determined that Kressley had won, …

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