The Short Track Racing world had quite a few big races, including one of the biggest Super Late Model races in the country, and that led to some big stories.   To get you caught up on the stories that took place this past weekend throughout the country, Speed51.com powered by JEGS presents you with a […]

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Oxford, ME. — After starting 10th in a 16-car field, Anthony Nocella, of Woburn, MA, took the lead on lap-63, received pressure from Jon McKennedy, of E.Chelmsford, MA, and Todd Patnode, of Swanzey, NH, for a period, then went on to score his third Valenti Modified Racing Series win of the season, Saturday night, August […]

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Whether it was on dirt or on pavement, Short Track Racing was in full force throughout North America this past weekend.  From a wild night at Bowman Gray to the high banks of Salem Speedway to the dirt at “The Mag,” Speed51.com has all the stories you could ever want to read from this weekend.   […]

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Whether it was on dirt or on pavement, Short Track Racing was in full force throughout North America this past weekend.  From the the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour pounding the pavement at Stafford Motor Speedway (CT) to the USAC Midgets slinging dirt throughout the Hoosier State during Indiana Midget Week, the action on the short tracks was […]

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When there are 340-plus cars at an event, you never know who or what you will see.  At an event like the Chili Bowl Nationals, there are always the usual suspects like Rico Abreu, Christopher Bell, Kyle Larson and Sammy Swindell.  Then there are the Sprint Car regulars and NASCAR drivers like Kasey Kahne and […]

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Woody Pitkat had himself in position to win Saturday night’s Valenti Modified Racing Series event at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway (ME).  He was comfortably riding in the runner-up spot in the final twin 50-lap feature and was in the driver’s seat to claim the overall event win when the unimaginable happened.   Race leader Richard […]

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Truth be told, Anthony Nocella wasn’t Bobby Seymour’s first choice of driver for his team’s inaugural appearance at the Rumble in Fort Wayne. Or, the car owner admitted with a rueful grin, the second, either.   But that didn’t keep the 22-year-old college senior from Woburn, Mass., from scoring one of […]

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