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Tyler Nicely wins Sycamore Speedway’s Summit Modified Nationals!

Nicely stops Hoffman in Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals: After four weeks of trying, Tyler Nicely final conquered Nick Hoffman on Monday night at Sycamore Speedway to win a DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Feature worth $1,500. Nicely set the front row of the 25-lap main event with Jeffery Ledford. Nicely jumped to lead quickly with Hunt Gossum following in ...

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Michael Long claims Farmer City Raceway Summit Modified Nationals win!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE PHOTOS FROM FARMER CITY RACEWAY! Long Rides Top Groove to DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals win: Michael Long charged from eighth to victory on Friday night at Farmer City Raceway to earn his first DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals win of the season.   Ray Bollinger kicked off the 25-lap feature with Allen Weisser ...

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IT’S ON !!!   FAYETTE COUNTY SPEEDWAY JULY 6TH

Fayette County Speedway

by Don Martin Saturday night July 6th Fayette County Speedway is the place to be.    Promoter Charlie Depew has announced that the Hell Tour UMP Summer Nationals will take place this Saturday at the Fayette County Speedway located in Brownstown, Illinois.    The news came with the cancellation of Pevely’s event at I-55 Raceway.    The flood waters still have not resided ...

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Mike Harrison grabs Highland Speedway Summit Modified Nationals win!

Harrison Collects Win #3 HIGHLAND, IL – June 29, 2019 – Defending DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Champion Mike Harrison put away another field of 26 other cars on Saturday night at the Highland Speedway to earn his third tour victory of the year. Put simply, Harrison dominated. Leading all 25 laps, he put the distractions of the fireworks ...

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Korey Weyant, Daryn Klein, Mike Harrison, Tommie Seets, Jr. & Aaron Heck take wins at Tri-City Speedway!

GRANITE CITY, ILL. (June 28, 2019) – After storming around the outside of Colten Cottle on the second circuit, Korey Weyant went the distance on Friday night at Tri-City Speedway to win the POWRi Lucas Oil WAR Sprint League debut at the Granite City, Ill. 3/8th-mile. Fending off a hard charging Riley Kreisel in the closing laps, Weyant of Springfield, ...

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Nick Hoffman picks up Peoria Speedway Summit Modified Nationals win!

Hoffman Leads All but Three Laps on His Way to Victory at Peoria Story by Ruben Mireles PEORIA, IL – June 26, 2019 – Nick Hoffman makes it two wins in his 2019 DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals Campaign as he claimed the big check at the Peoria Speedway on Wednesday night. Points leader Tyler Nicely finished second to ...

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Nick Hoffman grabs Summit Modified Nationals win at Spoon River Speedway!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE PHOTOS FROM SPOON RIVER SPEEDWAY’S SUMMER NATIONALS! CANTON, IL — June 20, 2019 — Fifty-one DIRTcar UMP Modifieds checked in for round eight of the Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals at Spoon River Speedway. Mooresville, North Carolina standout Nick Hoffman made it look easy as he led flag-to-flag in tonight’s 25-lap Feature to claim the $1,000.00 ...

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Allen Weisser wins Summit Modified Nationals at Jacksonville Speedway!

CLICK HERE FOR MORE PHOTOS FROM JACKSONVILLE SPEEDWAY’S SUMMER NATIONALS JACKSONVILLE, IL — June 18, 2019 — Allen Weisser, from Bartonville, Illinois scored the DIRTcar Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals win at Jacksonville Speedway over Tyler Nicely, Ray Bollinger, Levi Kissinger, and Jeffery Ledford. The 25-lap feature started with Kissinger and Rock Conoyer, who set Quick Time during Qualifying, on ...

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DIRTcar Summer Nationals Legends Week Kicks Off at Jacksonville

Several of last week’s events rescheduled by Mother Nature CONCORD, NC — June 18, 2018 — Tuesday’s DIRTcar Summer Nationals and Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals events at Jacksonville (IL) Speedway will jumpstart the grueling schedules after Mother Nature put a damper on the opening week of action, leaving but a single winner on each tour: two-time defending Champion Brian ...

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