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  • Kevin Kovac
    A convert from big-block modified racing, Kevin is a senior writer and editor with DirtonDirt.com. He lives in Ephrata, Pa.
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January 31, 2021

East Bay superlatives

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GIBSONTON, Fla. — Recapping the 45th annual Wrisco Winternationals at East Bay Raceway Park with a list of superlatives from six Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series events at the third-mile oval near Tampa (complete Speedweeks coverage):

Best driver: Brandon Overton of Evans, Ga., scored his lone win in Friday’s 50-lap feature, but the $12,000 score clinched his status as the week’s most consistently fast and steady entrant. The 29-year-old Wells Motorsports chauffeur was the only competitor MORE

January 28, 2021

My racing addiction

Often I'm asked the question: Don’t you ever get tired of going to races? And my answer is always the same: No, no I don’t.

I have always struggled to find the words to describe why I am this way or the reasons why I can never get enough.

My commitment to working in racing has likely cost me many things in life. I have missed out on other experiences and opportunities. I have been obligated to events which led to missing family functions. And it has also been a catalyst to losing a MORE

January 21, 2021

All about sponsors

Jim Butler

Race car sponsorships are a hard sell these days. In fact, I guess I should say there are no more race car sponsorships, only marketing partners. That’s the hip term at least. It’s difficult to sell a company on the positives of providing financial support to a dirt race team, in part because there just aren’t enough metrics to back up the decision.

Most corporations — the ones with deep pockets — need some way of knowing how the money they are spending is gaining positive returns. MORE

January 18, 2021

Wild West superlatives

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QUEEN CREEK, Ariz. — Recapping the 15th annual Keyser Manufacturing Wild West Shootout with a list of superlatives from the six Super Late programs that were contested at FK Rod Ends Arizona Speedway (complete Wild West Shootout coverage):

Best driver: Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., whose first WWS appearance since 2016 at USA Raceway in Tucson, Ariz., could scarcely have gone much better. Debuting a new Double L Motorsports Longhorn Race Car, the 37-year-old superstar put a subpar MORE

January 7, 2021

The last time

We rarely know in advance when it will be the last time. The last goodbye. The last kiss. The last trip. The last victory.

They’re each precious in their own way. I was reminded of that Tuesday as I walked out of the gymnasium at Forrest High School in Chapel Hill, Tenn.

My son’s high school basketball team had just picked up a 20-point victory over the Forrest Rockets. With Riley being a senior — and with the uncertainly that the Covid-19 pandemic has brought — we know this will be the MORE

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