On this date, Southern Modified ace Paul Radford won at Bowman Gray Stadium (NC) in three different decades.  Radford picked up wins on this date in in 1966, 1977 and 1983. His career spanned over four decades and he raced against the best and won on several occasions.   Radford was a proven winner in […]

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A successful racing career has always begins somewhere, and on this date in 2006 a young Doug Coby scored his first career win on the NASCAR Whelen Modified Tour.  Not only did he breakthrough for his first career tour victory, but he did so in one of the most prestigious races of the year: the Spring […]

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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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1994 was a fantastic year for Florida racing standout Mike Cope, and the second race of the Slim Jim All Pro Series was a memorable date as he walked out of Montgomery Motor Speedway (AL) with a race win and the series points lead.   Cope led 207 laps during the season opener at Mobile, […]

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Ronnie Sanders was a Late Model hero in home state of Georgia and throughout the Southeast region.  The 1977 Snowball Derby winner was alway mixing it up with the best of his generation, and on this day in 1984 he topped them all at what is now Gresham Motorsports Park (GA).   Sanders didn’t race […]

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Maine native Ralph Nason was one of the best Pro Stock drivers in the Pine Tree state, but it took a while for him to become a championship driver. On this date back in 1995, Nason kicked off what was the final year of the ACT Pro Stock Tour with a win at Lee USA […]

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The definition of success in stock car racing is based on one's perspective.  Some people have to win 100 races to prove themselves to be successful, but if you ask Andy Seuss about his story he’d say he’s living the dream, and it’s not just the kick-back response that most drivers use when asked the […]

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The year was 1983, and a young Rusty Wallace was about to have a year that would put him on the map.   On this date in 1983, Wallace won at Mobile International Speedway with the All Pro Super Series.  Wallace beat out Freddie Fryar, Tom Jones, Butch Miller and Mike Eddy.  Gary Balough led […]

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For the second time in his career, Ben Rowe bested the Easter Bunny 150 field at Hickory Motor Speedway (NC) in 2016.  The Maine native has always run well at Hickory and has three wins to his credit, including two in the prestigious Easter Bunny 150.   Current NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Riley Herbst finished […]

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Most racing enthusiasts consider Bubba Pollard to be the top Late Model driver from the state of Georgia.  But before he became a national star, he chased Fredrick Moore all over the southeast.   Moore won 14 Georgia Asphalt Series races over a four-year run, and on this date in 2006 he topped a young […]

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