Jankowiak Looking For Another Indoor Win As Indoor Racing Starts At Allentown January 7-8

ALLENTOWN, PA DECEMBER 7, 2021. . .The long anticipated resumption of the Indoor Auto Racing Series cannot come soon enough for defending Series champion Andy Jankowiak.  The first race weekend is set for Friday and Saturday, January 7-8, 2022. The races inside Allentown, PA’s PPL Center sponsored by Ironton Global will be the first since Covid-19 forced the stoppage of the 2020 season finale at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse, NY.

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Thorn Stays Perfect with Snowflake 100 Victory

Jake Garcia kept applying the pressure, but Derek Thorn executed a flawless race to win the Snowflake 100 for the second time in three years. Thorn led wire-to-wire, but several restarts gave Garcia a chance. Ultimately, the two were too evenly matched and Thorn had the track position earned in time trials earlier in afternoon to continue a perfect weekend.

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Chandler Smith Wins 54th Annual Snowball Derby (Pending Inspection)

UPDATE – Sunday, December 5th @ 8:27pm / ET Four hours and 12 minutes after the completion of the 2021 Snowball Derby, Chandler Smith’s No. 26s Toyota has officially been declared the winner, clearing post-race technical inspection. Pending technical inspection, 2021 NASCAR Truck Series Rookie of The Year Chandler Smith is the winner of the 54th Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway, after making a late-race move around Derek Thorn, who dominated the event for the second year in a row.

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Winged Mad Dog IV Returns to Daytona Where It Shattered Speed Record

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Bob Osiecki’s winged wonder Mad Dog IV, which shattered the international closed-course speed record at Daytona International Speedway in 1961, now calls the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America home. The unusual looking machine was designed (with a little help from Georgia Tech) and built by Bob Osiecki, who hired drag racer Art Malone to wheel it to a record lap of 181.561 mph.

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Travis Downey Races From the Desert to Stafford’s R.A.D. Auto Machine Street Stock Rookie of the Year

(Stafford Springs, CT)—When the 2021 season kicked off at Stafford Speedway, Street Stock driver Travis Downey made the move into the world of asphalt oval track racing after coming from a background in desert trophy truck off-road racing.  The Barkhamsted, CT native and driver of the #42 P.J. Ladola & Sons Electrical Contractors, Inc. Chevrolet made the transition from the deserts of Parker, Arizona and Las Vegas to the asphalt of Stafford Speedway a smooth one as he scored 3 top-5 and 13 top-10 finishes in 18 starts to claim…

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