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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History is a big part of racing, and the history of short track racing runs deep.  At certain points during the year, Speed51 will use our new "Throwback Thursday" segment to look back on some of the biggest stories from years past.  During each edition of Throwback Thursday, we will revisit stories previously published on […]

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Salem, IN – Former ASA National Touring Series competitor Robbie Pyle and Columbus area businessman Jeff Miller, owner of JVM Racing, will partner up to run a partial schedule with the JEGS/CRA All-Stars Tour Presented by Chevrolet Performance for the upcoming 2018 season. The duo has raced together in the past in the ASA National […]

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Thousands of short track racing fans made their way to Speed51.com over the past three weeks to help crown the greatest pavement short track racer of all-time.  After six rounds of voting in the Short Track Bracket Challenge, race fans from all around North America have voted the late Wisconsin racer Dick Trickle as the […]

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When Kenny Wallace got behind the podium to speak to the media this past weekend at Iowa Speedway, it was not surprising to hear the notoriously verbose Wallace speak for a long time and from the heart. The surprise instead was the tone.   "I'm done. It's like taking an orange and squeezing it, and […]

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