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FASTRAK Welcomes Clary’s Motor Speedway as Weekly Sanctioned Track

CARNESVILLE, GA – FASTRAK Racing Series is welcoming Clary’s Motor Speedway in Brinkleyville, North Carolina as a weekly sanctioned race track. Drivers in the FASTRAK Chevrolet Performance Late Models at the 3/10-mile track will be eligible to compete for the National Weekly Championship which pays $10,000 to win. FASTRAK also puts $1,000 into a divisional point fund for each race track. Divisions are formed based on geography, allowing for drivers to compete for an additional points fund. Drivers must become FASTRAK members to be eligible for any point money. “I…

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$1,000 will go to 2018 FASTRAK Racing Series Rookie of the Year

CARNESVILLE, GA – The FASTRAK Racing Series has announced an increase in the award for its Rookie of the Year. In 2018 the FASTRAK Racing Series Rookie of the Year will receive $1,000 at the Night of Champions banquet. The increase comes as FASTRAK continues to look for ways to recognize young talent coming through the organization. “We’ve had a lot of great drivers come through the FASTRAK Racing Series,” said FASTRAK Founder Stan Lester, “Guys like Johnathon Davenport, Chris Ferguson, Ty Dillon, and Austin Dillon have all competed in…

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Over $23,000 up for grabs for FASTRAK Opener at Screven Motor Sports Complex!

OVER $23,000 UP FOR GRABS FOR FASTRAK OPENER AT SCREVEN MOTOR SPORTS COMPLEX CARNESVILLE, GA – The temperature may be cold, but the season is ready to heat up for the FASTRAK Racing Series. As part of Winter Freeze at Screven Motor Speedway, the Chevrolet Performance Late Models will hit the red clay to battle for over $23,000 in two complete shows. The FASTRAK Racing Series is set to begin its 15th season, February 9th and 10th at the Sylvania, GA race track. Drivers will compete for $2,000 to win…

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Late Model Weekly Recap: Bobby Pierce Wins Third Straight Summer Nationals Title

UMP Summer Nationals Hell Tour Bobby Pierce has been one of the hottest drivers in Dirt Late Model racing for a few years now. The UMP Summer Nationals could be argued as his coming out party a few seasons ago, where he captured his first of now three championships. Pierce would come into the 2017 Hell Tour looking for wins, checks, trophies and a championship, he would get all of those. The Smooth Operator would grab five Summer Nationals victories and the championship, winning by close to 200 points over…

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Beside, Not Behind: The View from a Racer’s Wife

Written by Kendall Higday “Beside, not behind” – a phrase I choose to live by. I’m always asked if it’s “fun” being a driver’s fiance/wife. Don’t get me wrong, there’s fun moments quite often, but it’s also sacrifice. You sacrifice your every being and allow half of your heart to go into the uncontrollable on a racetrack with 20-25 other guys who love speed and being on the edge of out of control. We hold our breath when our driver wrecks and pray for nothing other than to see him…

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Sheppard leads green-to-checkered WoO vs. HellTour Showdown at I-55

PEVELY, MO— July 1, 2017— Brandon Sheppard claimed his eighth win of the 2017 World of Outlaws Craftsman Late Model Series season and his second win of the 2017 DIRTcar Summer Nationals at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 on Saturday. This win additionally advanced him to 13-career Summer Nationals wins, ultimately placing him 13th on the all-time wins list. “We had a really good racecar… and we had a good rhythm goin’ once we got goin’,” said Sheppard. “This racetrack is awesome. I love coming here and it means…

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Mr. Smooth collects his 95th career HellTour win at unfamiliar Sycamore Speedway

MAPLE PARK, Ill. (June 16) — Racing at an unfamiliar track proved to be no problem for Billy Moyer on Friday night. The Hall of Fame driver from Batesville, Ark., quickly made himself comfortable at Sycamore Speedway, grabbing the lead from Brian Shirley of Chatham, Ill., on lap eight and controlling the remainder of the 40-lap distance to capture the historic third-mile oval’s first-ever UMP DIRTcar Summernationals event. Moyer, 59, pocketed $7,500 for his second victory in the first three races of the 2017 Hell Tour. His record 95th career…

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