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  • Kevin Kovac
    A convert from big-block modified racing, Kevin is a senior writer and editor with DirtonDirt.com. He lives in Ephrata, Pa.
  • Todd Turner
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    Robert lives in Lynchburg, Tenn., and is the editor & publisher of the Moore County News. Along with operating Jimmy Gray Motorsports, he's covered Dirt Late Model racing since 1990.
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February 8, 2015

Golden Isles superlatives

rickschwalliephotos.com

Recapping the Georgia Boot Super Bowl of Racing at Golden Isles Speedway with a list of superlatives from the three Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series programs at the 4/10-mile oval near Brunswick, Ga. (complete Speedweeks coverage):

Fastest driver: Jonathan Davenport of Blairsville, Ga., who three times set fast time and — provided his car wasn’t overheating or leaning on a broken right-front suspension — clearly was the driver to beat all weekend. Nevertheless, he didn’t find glory until MORE

February 3, 2015

Escape from winter

rickschwalliephotos.com

It’s a harsh reality.

Racers throughout middle America and the Northeast have noticed something that happens with unfailing consistency: winter. By February much of the nation is locked into a deep freeze, making outdoor racing an impossible notion. | Complete Speedweeks coverage

There was a time when racers spent the winter indoors, leisurely working on their stuff and counting the days until spring. The idea of racing in February was farfetched to say the least, so competitors and fans simply MORE

January 15, 2015

Winter gathering of friends

Heath Lawson

It’s not rare when traveling with a touring series, be it regional or national, to make friends — the occasional enemy — and a slew of life-long acquaintances. The same can be said for those who race each and every Saturday night at the local dirt track.

I personally don’t have a lot of friends like my wife does. She has folks who can come over, grill out or have a beer or two every so often. And then there are those friends you may slip away to dinner with or even catch a movie if MORE

December 26, 2014

Looking toward 2015

Heath Lawson

Holy cow, where did the year go?

Does it really seem like it’s been 11 months since folks were preparing for the annual pilgrimage to Georgia and Florida for Speedweeks?

And if you haven’t noticed in the last decade, the racing calendar has gotten even more crowded, so much so that it’s kinda hard to tell when one season ends and the other begins.

Do you stop racing in October to have a couple of months to get ready for Florida? Do you just take December off and thrash for a month or so to MORE

November 20, 2014

Chub's key supporter

Barry Lenhart/pbase.com/cyberslash

Chub Frank didn’t have a preconceived plan to make his time on stage during Nov. 9’s World of Outlaws Late Model Series awards banquet a touching, emotional moment with his wife Mary. He simply wanted to let everyone know how much he appreciates his better half.

“I didn’t think about it beforehand,” said the 52-year-old Frank, reflecting later on his decision to summon his wife to join him in the spotlight as he was honored for his fifth-place finish in the 2014 WoO points standings. MORE

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