The start of the 1989 ASA National Tour season mirrored how the last two years had gone with the series.  Butch Miller, the series’ champion in both 1987 and 1988, won the Sunoco 250 at Columbus Motor Speedway (OH) to kick off the 1989 campaign.   The results of the first race read like a […]

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The founder of the Pendleton-based American Speed Association, Rex Robbins, died Sunday at age 80 following an extended illness. Robbins founded the American Speed Association in 1968 at Anderson Speedway and over the years developed the short track late model series into a national touring series that spawned the careers of Mark Martin, Alan Kulwicki, […]

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