While no Late Models took to the track at Five Flags Speedway on Wednesday, it was still a critical morning and afternoon on the first official day of the 50th Annual Snowball Derby.  Following the load-in of over 100 haulers to the speedway grounds, the line for technical inspection opened for the first time this week.  […]

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Cassius Clark and Jake Crum are the latest Super Late Model drivers to file entries for the 50th Annual Snowball Derby at Five Flags Speedway.  Both drivers recently filed entries and declared their plans to compete in Pensacola, Florida this weekend.   Clark of Farmington, Maine enters the race for the third straight year with the No. […]

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UPDATE:  As of 4:30 p.m. ET Speed51.com has received word that the King Racing team has cleared the border and is on their way to Hickory Motor Speedway, hoping to make the 20-hour drive in time for Mason-Dixon MegaMeltdown qualifying on Saturday.    Cassius Clark’s King Racing team, based out of the Canadian province of […]

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After a podium run at the prestigious Oxford 250, Cassius Clark walked away with more the $17,000 despite after falling short of the win. This past weekend Clark made the trip north of the border to Speedway 660 (NB) and finished two positions better in the McLaughlin Roof Trusses 250, landing him in the winner’s […]

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The 44th Annual Oxford 250 has come and gone.  Sixty-five Super Late Models, nearly 500 campers and thousands of short track racing fans helped make the event a special one. It’s time to now take a look back at the historic race in this edition of “by the numbers.”   2: Reid Lanpher now has […]

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Two years ago, Curtis Gerry was considered somewhat of an afterthought when it came to Super Late Model racing in the Northeast.  On Sunday night at Oxford Plains Speedway (ME), the Waterboro, Maine driver shocked the racing world and made his name known by winning the 44th Annual Oxford 250.   Gerry took the lead […]

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