Young BMX Riders Leave Their Mark on The Big Easy

By Jerry Jordan, Editor Known for great food and amazing parties, the New Orleans area is a destination stop for adults from around the world wanting to get a feel for The Big Easy. But this past weekend several hundred youngsters from across the country descended on Gretna BMX Raceway for the Bayou Classic Nationals, […]

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New owners steer 105 Speedway out of a rut but it’s been a bumpy ride

By Jerry Jordan, Editor CLEVELAND, Tx. – Opening day for a racetrack. It can be a nightmare for some and a time for great expectations of change to others but usually, it’s a little of both. Add in some new owners and the intensity ramps up. Even though 105 Speedway had a few hiccups when […]

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Nashville Superspeedway NASCAR Goodyear Tire Test Landscape

Nashville Superspeedway Wants to Earn Fans Support; Darrell Waltrip Feels its Best Time to Return to Track

By Christian Koelle, Staff Writer LEBANON, Tenn. — Nashville Superspeedway was an unexpected addition to the 2021 NASCAR schedule, but with Nashville being one of the number one markets for the sport, it is what’s best for business.  Despite selling a solid number of seats, there have been several comments on multiple different social media […]

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Justin Carroll to Make ARCA Return at Kansas, Attempt Truck Series Debut at Some Point in 2021

By Christian Koelle, Staff Writer Justin Carroll made three ARCA Menards Series starts in 2020 and plans to do more this season, he says. Carroll has a combined 20 career starts in the three ARCA Menards Series with the career-best finish of second. On top of running 5-7 races in the ARCA Menards Series this […]

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Ryder Wells celebrates successful 2020 but ready to hit accelerator on 2021 Micro Sprint season

By Jerry Jordan, Editor The stars of the POWRi Racing Lonestar 600 Series recently celebrated their accomplishments with an awards banquet and reminiscing about a season that began with promise then came into doubt as COVID-19 took hold of the world. But for the young racers in attendance, the series banquet was all about the […]

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Jacob Seelman, a writer who is more than meets the eye

By Seth Eggert, Staff Writer The contributions one makes for the sport that they love can be measured by their connections, friends they make, the jobs they work, and their dedication to the sport. That is a brief description for motorsports journalist Jacob Seelman. Seelman is more than simply a racing reporter. He works announcing […]

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‘Boogity, Boogity, Amen’: Joe Nelms Remembers Famous Nashville Prayer

For a preacher, Joe Nelms found himself in a real pickle.  Nelms was the pastor tasked to deliver the pre-race invocation prior to the Xfinity Series 2011 Federated Auto Parts 300 at Nashville Superspeedway, something he was familiar with as he had done it three previous times. This time, however, would have a far more […]

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Ryder Wells cruises to second-straight victory in POWRi Restrictor Series

By Jerry Jordan, Editor They say the first win is the hardest and the rest come easy, well, that may, or may not, be the case but 13-year-old racing phenom, Ryder Wells, certainly didn’t seem to have any trouble Saturday night cruising to his second-straight career win in POWRi micro-sprints and lapping six cars along […]

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