Robbie Emory enjoyed a breakout season in 2018, picking up the first three wins of his career in the Fast United Engine Late Model Racing Series. That success carried him to the series championship, beating out Shaun Harrell by 52 points.   Emory took an early lead in the FUEL Racing Series championship on […]

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Big races, big streaks, first wins, this weekend pretty much had it all. If you missed any of it, continue reading our Top 10 Stories to get you caught up from a big weekend in Short Track Racing.   1. Oxford 250 Winner Gerry Continues Remarkable Streak  Oxford, ME –Curtis Gerry of Waterboro, Maine continued […]

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Technically speaking, Saturday night at Cherokee Speedway gave Robbie Emory his second career win in the FUEL Late Model Series.  But it was the first time the Delaware native received the series’ first-place trophy before the podium rolled through post-race technical inspection.   Following the last FUEL Late Model Series event at Carolina Speedway, […]

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The last time the FUEL Racing Series invaded “Boom City” it was Ben Watkins putting on a dominating performance to score the win at Fayetteville Motor Speedway. A chain reaction crash early in Saturday’s 40-lap feature put to rest any hope Watkins had about a repeat. Instead, it was “The Wild Child” Willie Milliken who […]

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In the Southeast the heat is on, both weather-wise, and in intensity in the FUEL Racing Series for Dirt Late Models. The early championship bids feature drivers from within the region, save for the man in second place, Delaware’s Robbie Emory.   A scant two points behind points leader Ben Watkins, Emory heads to the […]

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