NASCAR: Ryan Preece To Take Over For Cole Custer At Stewart-Haas Racing

Ryan Preece of Berlin, CT is back in the NASCAR Cup Series full-time. Stewart-Haas Racing announced Wednesday that Preece would take over the No. 41 car in 2023. He’ll replace Cole Custer as Custer drops down to the Xfinity Series to run a second car for the team.

2023 NASA Championships Will Take Place at Pittsburgh International Race Complex

Las Vegas, Sept. 16, 2022 — The NASA Championships moves each year to give racers around the country equal opportunities to compete on a national level at some of the finest road-racing venues all across the country. For 2023, NASA is pleased to announce it will be hosting its Championships event Sept. 7-10 at Pittsburgh International Race Complex in Wampum, Pa.

Four New Winners Take FloRacing Double Purse on Vermont Tire & Service Night

Barre, VT — It felt like Milk Bowl weather on Quarry Hill Thursday night as four divisions of racing took off on Vermont Tire & Service Night at Barre’s Thunder Road. 100 cars took battle on a rare cool August evening as the 2022 season begins its dreaded downhill slope. In the end, four first time winners on the season took home the final FloRacing Double Purse winner’s checks and stood tall among their fellow competitors.

National Stars Take on the American-Canadian Tour on Oxford 250 Weekend

Barre, VT — As the best and brightest stars of the Northeast touring series prepare for the 49th Annual Oxford 250 weekend August 26th-28th, American-Canadian Tour officials are excited to announce that a pair of nationally recognized super-stars are joining in the Oxford Plains 125 headliner for the annual ‘Night Before the Oxford 250’ program.

Von Dohren, Brian Hirthler And Hoch Take Victories In First Point Races At Grandview

BECHTELSVILLE, PA. – Craig Von Dohren of Oley, Pa. was finally able to wrestle the lead away from Mike Lisowski of Minersville, Pa. on lap 17, after a fantastic battle between the two, and race home with his first 30-lap T.P. Trailer NASCAR Modified victory of the season Saturday night at Grandview Speedway.

Jason Anderson Dominates Field to Take Anaheim 3 Supercross Win

Anaheim, Calif., (February 13, 2022) Monster Energy Kawasaki’s Jason Anderson grabbed his second win of the 2022 Monster Energy AMA Supercross series at Round 6, the third visit to Angel Stadium.

Cabral, Stergios Take Hammond Memorial Thompson World Series NEMA Wins

The Northeastern Midget Association visited the Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park for the annual ACT World Series of Racing this past Saturday and Sunday, as 30 winged NEMA warriors filled the pits for the annual Shane Hammond Memorial. Randy Cabral fended off an early race challenge by John Zych and a late race challenge by teammate Ben Seitz to take down the NEMA victory and come one step closer to his eighth championship, and PJ Stergios dominated the Lites portion of the racing card on Sunday.

Cabral, Bailey Take NEMA Wins at LEE USA’s Oktoberfest

The Northeastern Midget Association rolled into the Wrenn family’s LEE USA Speedway this past Saturday for the annual Oktoberfest event.  A packed racing card highlighted NEMA and the NEMA Lites as the stars of the evening.  In the NEMA feature, seven-time champion Randy Cabral came from eighth place to win the division.  In the NEMA Lites division, Joey Bailey took down his first ever NEMA Lites victory in a “wreckers to checkers” story, as just over a week prior he found himself in the woods at Star Speedway.

Scally, Stoehr Take Star Classic, Butch Walsh Memorial NEMA Victories

A packed house at Bobby Webber’s Star Speedway greeted a full field of NEMA and NEMA lites this past Saturday, with over 32 cars on hand, one of the club’s best car counts of the year. Paul Scally continued his hot streak, taking the NEMA race in convincing style, and Avery Stoehr avoided attrition in an unusually rough NEMA lites feature.

Zych, Trainor Take Coveted Oswego Classic NEMA Victories

This past Saturday, the Northeastern rolled into the Oswego Speedway for the first time in nearly eight years. The wheel-to-wheel action of the midgets did not disappoint, topping speeds of over 135MPH at “The Big O”. John Zych triumphed after and intense battle with Matt O’Brien, and Jake Trainor came through the field to take down the NEMA Lites victory in thrilling fashion with three laps to go in the Feature event.