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April 2, 2020

Preparation time aplenty

Robert Holman

It seems race car drivers are notoriously ill-prepared. It’s not that all racers show up at the track not ready to race. But a lot of times teams work endlessly in the shop to become more prepared when all they really need to do is go race. And occasionally that diligence at the shop makes them tardy for an event.

Yet it's that meticulous behavior — the desire to dot every i and cross each t — that leads to success on the track. Drivers miss dinners at home and spend late nights in the shop MORE

March 26, 2020

South Africa racing trip

Tygerberg Raceway

Before the coronavirus pandemic struck the United States, before the crisis effectively shut down motorsports across the country for an indefinite period of time, Dirt Late Model standout Michael Page enjoyed an overseas trip of a lifetime.

In late February, the 37-year-old Douglasville, Ga., racer jetted off with his brother and two friends to drive a Dirt Late Model in South Africa, providing him an utterly positive memory of 2020 no matter what the future holds for racing this season.

“It was MORE

March 19, 2020

The scariness of uncertainty

I’ll be the first to admit that I need to start watching more movies like Mary Poppins. I need happy in my life right now.

I’ve probably watched too many shows like the Walking Dead, Into the Badlands or the short-lived NBC show Revolution. Post-apocalyptic science fiction television is always a great escape from the mundane weekly grind. While it’s always kinda neat to fantasize about what life would be like if we were one of the characters on a show like that — you know, just MORE

March 17, 2020

Coverage never stops


For the last 13 years, we’ve prided ourselves at DirtonDirt.com in providing journalism and entertainment coverage that goes far beyond cars circling racetracks. And boy, do we have our work cut out for us now.

But I’m here to assure you that, regardless of how long Dirt Late Model racing’s slowdown lasts with the coronavirus pandemic gripping our country, DirtonDirt.com has plans to provide not just coverage of current events but more enhanced content for our loyal subscribers.

With many MORE

March 5, 2020

There’s always racing season

The timing of a new racing season, the switch to Daylight Savings Time this weekend and (hopefully) warmer, sunnier weather couldn’t be much better. With March Madness upon us and the NCAA basketball tournament rapidly approaching, I’m reminded of just how much I like racing … and of just how much I absolutely need racing sometimes.

As a dyed in the wool University of Kentucky basketball fan, there are few things I actually like better than March Madness. The college basketball postseason MORE

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