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January 26, 2023

Sunny Speedweeks start

Jim DenHamer

Whether or not you count the World of Outlaws Case Late Model Series visit to Volusia Speedway Park for the fourth annual Sunshine Nationals as the official beginning of Georgia-Florida Speedweeks matters none. Speedweeks has begun and those two races at Volusia last week (a third race was rained out and won’t be rescheduled) certainly count. They count in the records. The points count. And the paychecks count.

No one got off to a better start than Dresden, Ohio’s Devin Moran, whose two MORE

January 16, 2023

Wild West superlatives

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VADO, N.M. — Recapping the 17th annual Wild West Shootout presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts with a list of superlatives from the six Super Late programs that were contested at Vado Speedway Park (complete Wild West Shootout coverage):

Best driver: Fresh off his historic $2 million season, Jonathan Davenport kept his money train rolling by winning the first three nights of the Wild West Shootout. He backed it up with a runner-up finish on Jan. 13 and a fourth on Jan. 14, before closing things MORE

January 5, 2023

What to watch at Vado

Terry Page

With the 2023 race season set to get underway, here are 10 things to keep an eye on at FK Rod Ends Vado Speedway Park, as the immaculate Royal Jones-owned facility located between Las Cruces, N.M., and El Paso, Texas, hosts the 17th annual Rio Grande Waste Services Wild West Shootout presented by O’Reilly on Jan. 7-15 (complete WWS coverage):

New rules: The Wild West Shootout will be the first event using Hoosier’s new unified tire rule — the new National Late Model Tire (NLMT) — which MORE

December 15, 2022

By the numbers for '22

As we slip into the holiday season — and closer to a new racing season — it’s nice to reflect on the previous season. Sometimes we’re so busy driving from one sleepy little town to another, sleeping in sketchy hotels and eating below average food that we don’t take the time to actually enjoy this great sport we love. And despite being a bit weary as we crawled toward the finish, there are still few things I’d rather do.

While wrapping up the year, I realized that I covered more events MORE

November 24, 2022

Enough is enough

We can spend all winter debating whether or not there are too many races scheduled throughout the year, especially during the late fall. I think most would agree — at least most of my friends on social media — that the racing season as it is now is simply too long. Perhaps this would be good topic to bring up during Thanksgiving dinner, though if you want to stay out of the doghouse with your significant other, I’m not sure how you could possibly be an advocate for more races or a longer MORE

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