If you pick a date on the calendar, there is a good chance that "The King" of Sprint Cars, Steve Kinser, has won on that date.  There is also a good chance that he has won more then once on that date as well.  On this particular date, May 20, Steve Kinser has won four […]

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Strange things happen in racing, and on this particular occasion they happened just one year apart.  On this date in 1955, Billy Myers won a NASCAR Late Model Sportsman race at Champion Speedway in Fayetteville, North Carolina.  Billy had three known wins at the track during the 1955 season.   Just one year later, Billy’s […]

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On this date way back in 1951, Parker Bohn won a NASCAR Late Model Sportsman event at Wall Stadium (NJ).  Bohn raced away from Gordon Oldford and Mickey Rorer for the victory.  He won four known races under the NASCAR banner at Wall Stadium that year.   Bohn started racing in his 30s and won […]

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Looking back now, it was one of the best Modified performances of all-time during a single season.  1978 was the year of Geoff Bodine in the infamous red number one. Bodine won 55 of the 84 events that he ran that season, with an unimaginable winning percentage of 65 percent.   On this date in […]

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This past Monday marked the 35-year anniversary of Butch Lindley’s final race.  The popular short track racing star was injured in a crash at Desoto Speedway (FL) on April 13, 1985 and passed away five years later as a result of injuries.  In this week's Way Back Wednesday, it only seemed right to look back […]

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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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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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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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