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5 hours ago

Highland Speedway

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Wanted: Vendors for indoor garage sale. The Madison County Fair Association is hosting a Garage Sale at the Expo Hall March 23rd and 24th!

This event is open to anyone interested in selling items. Tables are $10/each (will be supplied). Each vendor is allowed four tables max.

Please contact 618-520-5006 with questions or to reserve your table today!
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Wanted: Vendors for indoor garage sale. The Madison County Fair Association is hosting a Garage Sale at the Expo Hall March 23rd and 24th!

This event is open to anyone interested in selling items. Tables are $10/each (will be supplied). Each vendor is allowed four tables max. 

Please contact 618-520-5006 with questions or to reserve your table today!

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Todd Wessel

Melissa Jean

What are the times for this?

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5 hours ago

Fayette County Speedway

The drivers with the red check marks will be attending the banquet. Drivers please give Charlie a call if you can or can't make it. You have to be present to receive your money and trophy. Charlie's # 618-322-8105 ...

The drivers with the red check marks will be attending the banquet. Drivers please give Charlie a call if you can or cant make it. You have to be present to receive your money and trophy. Charlies # 618-322-8105

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Kelly Kovski and all those involved in the accident last night at Volusia Speedway. Kelly is a good friend of the Fairbury Speedway and we wish him a speedy recovery. ...

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Kelly Kovski and all those involved in the accident last night at Volusia Speedway. Kelly is a good friend of the Fairbury Speedway and we wish him a speedy recovery.

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Hope you weren't seriously injured.

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15 hours ago

Spoon River Speedway

Keep Spoon River Speedway Modified regular Kelly Kovski in your thoughts today, and send whatever good vibes you can down to him in Florida.Hoosier Midwest / Allgaier Shocks Statement on our Employee Injured at Florida Speedweeks

UPDATE: February 20 10:13 P.M.
This is from Kelly's wife Mandy:

Where do I begin? We are so completely overwhelmed with the outpouring of kindness and love of so many friends and family. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the calls, texts, messages and posts. I promise to get back to all of you as soon as I possibly can. Kelly will have a long, hard recovery. He will be in quite a bit of pain for a while, but he is a very strong person and he will overcome this. For those of you who don't know the extent of his injuries he had a collapsed lung due to broken ribs, several lower vertebrae fractures and internal bleeding from a ruptured spleen to which they had to remove in surgery. His heart rate was very high. His blood pressure was very low due to the loss of so much blood. He has been given blood and fluids. He has been on a ventilator and will continue to do so for another day or two. They have to make sure his heart rate doesn't shoot up when he starts breathing on his own. The doctor says he's stable and doing better. Kelly is a fighter and will continue to make good progress. He was able to open his eyes a little bit, wink at us, squeeze our hands and mouth "I love you." He is able to move all extremities. Thank you all for your continued prayers!

BARBERVILLE, FLA. - Feb. 20, 2017 - Three participants in the pit area were injured in an incident at a DIRTcar Nationals World of Outlaws event at Volusia Speedway Park Sunday night when a car went through the fence in turn two. All were treated by emergency personnel immediately according to safety protocol and transported to Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Our Springfield Store Manager Kelly Kovski was among those injured in the mishap. In addition to his own racing career, Kelly is the Crew Chief for Justin Allgaier Motorsports and oversees daily operations of ALLGAIER Racing Shocks. He is being treated at Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, FL. and is listed in stable condition.

The family requests privacy at this time and appreciates all prayers and well wishes. They would also like to thank the first responders and medical staff for their rapid response.

Justin will not compete in the remainder of the DIRTCar Nationals events this year and wishes to thank those teams and crew members who assisted in getting the car loaded so that everyone could get to the hospital to be with Kelly. =

UPDATE: Feb. 20 9:50 A.M.

We would like to extend a thank you for everyone's thoughts and prayers for the three participants injured in the pit area Sunday night during the 46th running of the DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park.

Two of the three individuals remain in the care of medical staff at Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. Each have family present at the hospital and have requested privacy at this time.

Mr. Gary Streek of the United Kingdom has been released.
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Keep Spoon River Speedway Modified regular Kelly Kovski in your thoughts today, and send whatever good vibes you can down to him in Florida.

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Prayers

Lots of prayers & positive thoughts being sent your way Kelly & to all involved.

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16 hours ago

Highland Speedway

Please say an extra prayer for all those involved in the accident at Volusia Speedway Park. Our thoughts and prayers are with all those involved. #prayforvolusia ...

Please say an extra prayer for all those involved in the accident at Volusia Speedway Park. Our thoughts and prayers are with all those involved. #prayforvolusia

16 hours ago

Macon Speedway

The staff here at Macon Speedway sends out our thoughts and prayers to Kelly Kovski who is hospital after accident at the winter nationals in Florida ...

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Prayers to all involved. .

That's pretty close to home!

Darin Tara Hennings

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16 hours ago

Jacksonville Speedway

Always unfortunate to hear about anything like last night at Volusia Speedway Park. It hit a bit closer to home as Kelly has been a frequent modified competitor here over the years as well as his industry involvement. We would like to wish him and the others injured a full, speedy recovery!Hoosier Midwest / Allgaier Shocks Statement on our Employee Injured at Florida Speedweeks

UPDATE: February 20 10:13 P.M.
This is from Kelly's wife Mandy:

Where do I begin? We are so completely overwhelmed with the outpouring of kindness and love of so many friends and family. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the calls, texts, messages and posts. I promise to get back to all of you as soon as I possibly can. Kelly will have a long, hard recovery. He will be in quite a bit of pain for a while, but he is a very strong person and he will overcome this. For those of you who don't know the extent of his injuries he had a collapsed lung due to broken ribs, several lower vertebrae fractures and internal bleeding from a ruptured spleen to which they had to remove in surgery. His heart rate was very high. His blood pressure was very low due to the loss of so much blood. He has been given blood and fluids. He has been on a ventilator and will continue to do so for another day or two. They have to make sure his heart rate doesn't shoot up when he starts breathing on his own. The doctor says he's stable and doing better. Kelly is a fighter and will continue to make good progress. He was able to open his eyes a little bit, wink at us, squeeze our hands and mouth "I love you." He is able to move all extremities. Thank you all for your continued prayers!

BARBERVILLE, FLA. - Feb. 20, 2017 - Three participants in the pit area were injured in an incident at a DIRTcar Nationals World of Outlaws event at Volusia Speedway Park Sunday night when a car went through the fence in turn two. All were treated by emergency personnel immediately according to safety protocol and transported to Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Our Springfield Store Manager Kelly Kovski was among those injured in the mishap. In addition to his own racing career, Kelly is the Crew Chief for Justin Allgaier Motorsports and oversees daily operations of ALLGAIER Racing Shocks. He is being treated at Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, FL. and is listed in stable condition.

The family requests privacy at this time and appreciates all prayers and well wishes. They would also like to thank the first responders and medical staff for their rapid response.

Justin will not compete in the remainder of the DIRTCar Nationals events this year and wishes to thank those teams and crew members who assisted in getting the car loaded so that everyone could get to the hospital to be with Kelly. =

UPDATE: Feb. 20 9:50 A.M.

We would like to extend a thank you for everyone's thoughts and prayers for the three participants injured in the pit area Sunday night during the 46th running of the DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park.

Two of the three individuals remain in the care of medical staff at Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. Each have family present at the hospital and have requested privacy at this time.

Mr. Gary Streek of the United Kingdom has been released.
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Always unfortunate to hear about anything like last night at Volusia Speedway Park. It hit a bit closer to home as Kelly has been a frequent modified competitor here over the years as well as his industry involvement. We would like to wish him and the others injured a full, speedy recovery!

16 hours ago

Macon Speedway

All of us here at Macon Speedway extend our thoughts to everyone hurt last night in an unfortunate incident at the Dirtcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park. This hits closer to home as Kelly Kovski is a long time competitor here at Macon in the Billingsley BP Service Center & Towing Modified division. We wish everyone who was injured a full, speedy recovery!Hoosier Midwest / Allgaier Shocks Statement on our Employee Injured at Florida Speedweeks

UPDATE: February 20 10:13 P.M.
This is from Kelly's wife Mandy:

Where do I begin? We are so completely overwhelmed with the outpouring of kindness and love of so many friends and family. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the calls, texts, messages and posts. I promise to get back to all of you as soon as I possibly can. Kelly will have a long, hard recovery. He will be in quite a bit of pain for a while, but he is a very strong person and he will overcome this. For those of you who don't know the extent of his injuries he had a collapsed lung due to broken ribs, several lower vertebrae fractures and internal bleeding from a ruptured spleen to which they had to remove in surgery. His heart rate was very high. His blood pressure was very low due to the loss of so much blood. He has been given blood and fluids. He has been on a ventilator and will continue to do so for another day or two. They have to make sure his heart rate doesn't shoot up when he starts breathing on his own. The doctor says he's stable and doing better. Kelly is a fighter and will continue to make good progress. He was able to open his eyes a little bit, wink at us, squeeze our hands and mouth "I love you." He is able to move all extremities. Thank you all for your continued prayers!

BARBERVILLE, FLA. - Feb. 20, 2017 - Three participants in the pit area were injured in an incident at a DIRTcar Nationals World of Outlaws event at Volusia Speedway Park Sunday night when a car went through the fence in turn two. All were treated by emergency personnel immediately according to safety protocol and transported to Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Our Springfield Store Manager Kelly Kovski was among those injured in the mishap. In addition to his own racing career, Kelly is the Crew Chief for Justin Allgaier Motorsports and oversees daily operations of ALLGAIER Racing Shocks. He is being treated at Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, FL. and is listed in stable condition.

The family requests privacy at this time and appreciates all prayers and well wishes. They would also like to thank the first responders and medical staff for their rapid response.

Justin will not compete in the remainder of the DIRTCar Nationals events this year and wishes to thank those teams and crew members who assisted in getting the car loaded so that everyone could get to the hospital to be with Kelly. =

UPDATE: Feb. 20 9:50 A.M.

We would like to extend a thank you for everyone's thoughts and prayers for the three participants injured in the pit area Sunday night during the 46th running of the DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park.

Two of the three individuals remain in the care of medical staff at Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. Each have family present at the hospital and have requested privacy at this time.

Mr. Gary Streek of the United Kingdom has been released.
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All of us here at Macon Speedway extend our thoughts to everyone hurt last night in an unfortunate incident at the Dirtcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park. This hits closer to home as Kelly Kovski is a long time competitor here at Macon in the Billingsley BP Service Center & Towing Modified division.  We wish everyone who was injured a full, speedy recovery!

16 hours ago

Lincoln Speedway

All of us here at Lincoln Speedway extend our thoughts to everyone hurt in the incident last night at the Dirtcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park. It unfortunately has hit close to home as Kelly Kovski is a past modified champion here at Lincoln. We hope everyone involved has a full, speedy recovery!Hoosier Midwest / Allgaier Shocks Statement on our Employee Injured at Florida Speedweeks

UPDATE: February 20 10:13 P.M.
This is from Kelly's wife Mandy:

Where do I begin? We are so completely overwhelmed with the outpouring of kindness and love of so many friends and family. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the calls, texts, messages and posts. I promise to get back to all of you as soon as I possibly can. Kelly will have a long, hard recovery. He will be in quite a bit of pain for a while, but he is a very strong person and he will overcome this. For those of you who don't know the extent of his injuries he had a collapsed lung due to broken ribs, several lower vertebrae fractures and internal bleeding from a ruptured spleen to which they had to remove in surgery. His heart rate was very high. His blood pressure was very low due to the loss of so much blood. He has been given blood and fluids. He has been on a ventilator and will continue to do so for another day or two. They have to make sure his heart rate doesn't shoot up when he starts breathing on his own. The doctor says he's stable and doing better. Kelly is a fighter and will continue to make good progress. He was able to open his eyes a little bit, wink at us, squeeze our hands and mouth "I love you." He is able to move all extremities. Thank you all for your continued prayers!

BARBERVILLE, FLA. - Feb. 20, 2017 - Three participants in the pit area were injured in an incident at a DIRTcar Nationals World of Outlaws event at Volusia Speedway Park Sunday night when a car went through the fence in turn two. All were treated by emergency personnel immediately according to safety protocol and transported to Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla.

Our Springfield Store Manager Kelly Kovski was among those injured in the mishap. In addition to his own racing career, Kelly is the Crew Chief for Justin Allgaier Motorsports and oversees daily operations of ALLGAIER Racing Shocks. He is being treated at Halifax Hospital in Daytona Beach, FL. and is listed in stable condition.

The family requests privacy at this time and appreciates all prayers and well wishes. They would also like to thank the first responders and medical staff for their rapid response.

Justin will not compete in the remainder of the DIRTCar Nationals events this year and wishes to thank those teams and crew members who assisted in getting the car loaded so that everyone could get to the hospital to be with Kelly. =

UPDATE: Feb. 20 9:50 A.M.

We would like to extend a thank you for everyone's thoughts and prayers for the three participants injured in the pit area Sunday night during the 46th running of the DIRTcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park.

Two of the three individuals remain in the care of medical staff at Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach, Fla. Each have family present at the hospital and have requested privacy at this time.

Mr. Gary Streek of the United Kingdom has been released.
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All of us here at Lincoln Speedway extend our thoughts to everyone hurt in the incident last night at the Dirtcar Nationals at Volusia Speedway Park. It unfortunately has hit close to home as Kelly Kovski is a past modified champion here at Lincoln. We hope everyone involved has a full, speedy recovery!

Practice anyone? Just kidding 😜

Practice will be open at FCR every Sunday in March!! We are hoping for some awesome weather! #fcr #fridaynightlights
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Practice anyone?  Just kidding 😜

Practice will be open at FCR every Sunday in March!!   We are hoping for some awesome weather!  #fcr #fridaynightlights

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Makinzi Semmens

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#fcr #fridaynightlights ...

#fcr #fridaynightlights

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Bull crap Daytona is the super bowl of racing by far !!

I like it all All of dirt, NASCAR, indycar, drags, motorcycles, go karts, formula 1, rally, rally cross, anything involved with racing I love it!

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2 days ago

Macon Speedway

Congratulations to our track co-owner Ken Schrader, driver Austin Theriault and the Ken Schrader Racing Inc. ARCA RACING SERIES team on winning the Lucas Oil 200 at Daytona International Speedway. ...

2 days ago

Highland Speedway

4 weeks from today it's RACE day!!

Come out for the Lucky 40 🍀, featuring Late Models, Modifieds, and B Mods!
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4 weeks from today its RACE day!!

Come out for the Lucky 40 🍀, featuring Late Models, Modifieds, and B Mods!

3 days ago

Tri-City Speedway

The Awards Banquet is Saturday, Feb 25th deadline for all tickets is Feb 18th.

No tickets will be sold at the door.
Adults $35....Kids 12 & Under $10...infants NO Charge

Please contact Tammy 636-448-9111
Email: tricityspeedway@msn.com
You may also FB with questions (PM)

Mail your check to: (Payable to G&G Motorsports)
G&G Motorsports
6209 Mid Rivers Mall Dr
Suite 205
St. Charles, MO 63304
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You win some, you lose some, you wreck some ~ Dale Earnhardt #3 ...

You win some, you lose some, you wreck some ~ Dale Earnhardt #3

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Now that's a dam good pic NASCAR died when Dale died

He was the best

16 yrs ago today

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5 days ago

Fayette County Speedway

Lol !! So true . Forgot to post yesterday ...

Lol !! So true . Forgot to post yesterday

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Tanner Scott

Yup. Pretty true post!

Paige Gaither Glover

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6 days ago

Fairbury American Legion Speedway

Made the trip over to see Owen last Friday as he recovered at the Shriners Children's Hospital in Cincinnati. What an incredible strong young man he is. Can't wait to see him this year at the Prairie Dirt Classic!

I am also proud to announce that we will be hosting for the fifth year in a row, the Prairie Dirt Classic Shriners Children's Golf Outing on Thursday July 27th. More details will be announced soon, but over the past four years, this event has raised more than $16,000 for the children's hospital. Thank you so much to all that support this great event! #ifowencanwecan #FALS
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Made the trip over to see Owen last Friday as he recovered at the Shriners Childrens Hospital in Cincinnati.  What an incredible strong young man he is.  Cant wait to see him this year at the Prairie Dirt Classic!

I am also proud to announce that we will be hosting for the fifth year in a row, the Prairie Dirt Classic Shriners Childrens Golf Outing on Thursday July 27th. More details will be announced soon, but over the past four years, this event has raised more than $16,000 for the childrens hospital.  Thank you so much to all that support this great event!  #ifowencanwecan #FALS

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Owen is most certainly an inspiration to all, but kudos to you all at the Shriners Hospital, the PDC is my favorite race of the year, I've never seen a boring race there, and of course it's sponsored by a great organization, and we love seeing Owen there and it's his birthday weekend too!! Can't wait for July to get here🏁oh and of course we are always cheering for our favorite Jason Feger!! #shrinershospital#owenstrong

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6 days ago

Lincoln Speedway

DIRTcar UMP Modifieds to run 7 events at Terre Haute Action Track in 2017Terre Haute Modifieds To Again Be Presented By Scott's Custom Colors
Division To See Newly Added Event Dates In 2017

For the second season in a row, Scott's Custom Colors & Auto Body of Terre Haute, IN will be the title sponsor of the DIRTcar UMP Modifieds at the Terre Haute Action Track. The division typically races as an additional division at most events that Track Enterprises promotes at the 1/2-mile. This season, the Scott's Custom Colors UMP Modifieds will have seven scheduled events, which is two more than one season ago.

​​ Scott's Custom Colors was started in 1994 by owner, Scott McDaniel, on the site of the old Fast Track Race Track in Terre Haute. After continued growth and building additions, Scott's Custom Colors has taken the lead in customer service, technology, and training. All of this ensures that each vehicle is repaired correctly and with safety as a priority.

The company has supported auto racing for a long time, with the logo noticeable on a number of cars, including that of Scott's son Josh, who works for the company and races in the division. Now, the company has moved forward with naming rights to the division, the Scott's Custom Colors UMP Modifieds.

"We are excited to be part of the rich tradition and recent growth at the Action Track. Supporting our local entertainment venue is important to us, as we can relate well with the fans, drivers, and teams at the racetrack", owner Scott McDaniel said.

The Scott's Custom Colors UMP Modifieds are scheduled to be in action at every racing event in 2017, up from five to seven this year. The season opener is set for Sunday, April 2 as the Sumar Classic 100 will feature the USAC Racing Silver Crown Champ cars and the Scott's Custom Colors UMP Modifieds.

Complete details on the season opening event will be released in the near future. The full schedule is available at www.terrehauteactiontrack.net.

About Scott's Custom Colors:

Scott's Custom Colors is located at 3140 N 25th Street in Terre Haute, IN. They can be contacted by calling 812-466-1416 or by checking out their website at scottscustomcolors.com. Don't forget to like their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/scottscustomcolorsandautobody.

About Terre Haute Action Track:

For more information, follow the Action Track online at www.terrehauteactiontrack.net and on Facebook (www.facebook.com/terrehauteactiontrack). Updates are also available by calling the Track Enterprises office at 217-764-3200.

The Terre Haute Action Track is located at the Wabash County Fairgrounds, in Terre Haute, IN. The physical address is 3901 South US Hwy 41, Terre Haute, IN 47807.
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DIRTcar UMP Modifieds to run 7 events at Terre Haute Action Track in 2017

7 days ago

Kentucky Lake Motor Speedway

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Mashup: Brandon Sheppard wins the first night at East Bay! We're back today for another 25 lapper. Visit DirtonDirt.com for all your Speedweeks news, highlights, and more!
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1 week ago

Lincoln Speedway

2017 Race Car Show
Hickory Point Mall - Forsyth, IL
Fri-Sun March 17-19

Open to any classes that race at Macon Speedway, Lincoln Speedway, or Track Enterprises division. Call 217-764-3000 To Register
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2017 Race Car Show
Hickory Point Mall - Forsyth, IL
Fri-Sun March 17-19

Open to any classes that race at Macon Speedway, Lincoln Speedway, or Track Enterprises division. Call 217-764-3000 To Register

2 weeks ago

Fayette County Speedway

Just around the corner!! ...

Just around the corner!!

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Almost 70 next weekend, lets do it

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