The biggest Outlaw Super Late Model race in the country will be even bigger in 2018.  Kalamazoo Speedway track officials recently announced that Kalamazoo Klash XXVI will pay $10,000 to the winner of the prestigious race on Thursday, August 8.   Per a track press release, new sponsors GT Products and FishBuckLake.com have made […]

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Often imitated, but never duplicated, the Speed51.com JRi Short Track Power Poll ranks drivers from all across the land on their strength to this point in the season.    A panel of industry experts from all four corners of the country and Canada have voted on their choices for the second JRi Shocks Short Track Power […]

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Many tracks continued their Independence Day celebrations this past weekend with fireworks in the sky and on the race track. We know that many of our fans might have taken in some fireworks shows and missed some of the racing around the country, so we put together our list of the 10 biggest stories from […]

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Defending Kalamazoo Klash winner Tyler Roahrig returned to Kalamazoo Speedway victory lane on Friday night, this time in the Firecracker 75.  Roahrig took the lead from defending track champion Mark Shook on Lap 26 with a daring three-wide pass on Shook and a lapped car before setting sail on the field and taking the […]

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The 2018 Outlaw Super Late Model season will begin Friday night at Kalamazoo Speedway with the Intimidator 100. Speed51.com's resident "Stat Boy" Elgin Traylor previews the race in this edition of "By the Numbers" on Speed51.com.   2: Although several winners of the Intimidator 100 have gone on to win the the Kalamazoo Klash, […]

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Just like the NFL and NCAA, the Speed51.com Short Track Draft presented by PFC Brakes has eligibility rules.  If a short track racer is eligible for the draft one year, that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re going to be eligible the next year.   If they turn 26 years old prior to April 1, if they […]

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Local drivers may not have the same nationwide recognition as many of the sport’s touring stars, but in their territory, they are often on top of the world. It is their home track fans that see their accomplishments week after week and ultimately help to carry on a driver’s name beyond their home.   Since […]

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JR Roahrig and Tyler Roahrig dominated the Sweet Manufacturing Series’ half of the Glass City 200 at Toledo Speedway Saturday night, but at the end of the 100-lap Outlaw Super Late Model feature, it was the father who bested his son.   Steve Needles led the first 27 laps of the race, but brought out the red […]

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Following the biggest win of his career in the Kalamazoo Klash, Tyler Roahrig decided this past weekend that it was time to expand his winning territory. The Indiana driver filed for a passport to take on the newly built Jukasa Motor Speedway in Ontario, Canada. Just like he often does on American soil, Roahrig visited […]

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