On this date in history we find that NASCAR Hall of Famer and Modified ace Richie Evans won three times at three different tracks in three different states.   Evans luck on May 13 started with a win at Lancaster National Speedway in his home state of New York in 1972.  He would go on […]

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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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JEFFERSON, GA – The Class of 2014 inductees to the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame boasts one of the most successful dirt track campaigners in the state’s history, a historic driver turned car builder, a veteran wheelman who ruled the short tracks and competed in NASCAR, a legendary Super Modified driver and a legendary pioneer […]

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Dawsonville, GA – The Georgia Racing Hall of Fame in Dawsonville, GA has announced a revised listing of the “Fast 15” semi-finalists list for possible inclusion to the Hall of Fame for of 2014. The revised 2014 semi-finalists list  includes Dick Anderson of Chamblee, GA,  Leon Archer of Griffin, GA, Charlie Burkhalter of Athens, GA, […]

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