(Left to Right) #2 Alex Rosenberry, #12 “Bubba” Smith, and #7 Rich Rohrer go three wide into turn three in Late Model Feature Two at Midvale Speedway’s Fall Classic on 9/14/13 Continue reading PHOTOS: Midvale Fall Classic Album
Photos are now up from Thursday Night’s Fan Appreciation races at Sandusky Speedway. Fans packed the house, taking advantage of $1 admission, hot dogs, and drinks. Your winners from the night include #6L Talon Stephens (Buckeye Super Sprints), #42 Jerry Karl (Ohio Stocks), #5 Chris Hamilton (Street Stocks), and #24 L.J. Stanley (Hobby Stocks).
Nearly 170 pictures are up for your viewing pleasure, and can also be purchased as prints or digital downloads. Clicking on any picture will take you to the site’s photo sale website. It’s all handled online and sent directly to you. You can see all the pictures after the break. Continue reading PHOTOS: Fans Pack Sandusky Speedway for Appreciation Night
Photos are now available from Saturday night’s racing action at Sandusky Speedway. #5 Todd Buchanan (Buckeye Super Sprints), #75 Stephen Klinect (Mod), #07 Justin Hamilton (Street Stock), and #07 Joey Wyckoff (Hobby Stock) were all winners once the rain cleared out. Keep reading for the full album! Continue reading PHOTOS: Todd Buchanan, Stephen Klinect Return to Victory Lane
Lake County Speedway held its rain-delayed “Shootout by the Shore” on Sunday. Three divisions of racing took part in races that are much longer than usual. Over 200 pictures are available after the break. Continue reading PHOTOS: Lake County Speedway “Shootout by the Shore”
Six divisions of racing put on a show for the fans of Midvale Speedway on Saturday night. Now view the over 200+ pictures in a slideshow after the break. Continue reading PHOTOS: Midvale Speedway from June 8th, 2013
Five Features, five winners at Sandusky Speedway’s rare Sunday night race.
#6L Talon Stephens swept the night’s Buckeye Super Sprint racing after several tributes to his team’s owner, Sam Layne. Layne, a sprint car owner for more than 30 years, passed away this week. Talon is the third generation of Stephens to drive for Layne, who helped over 10 drivers get a ride in a sprint car. Sandusky Speedway honored Layne with a moment of silence prior to the BSS Heat Race, and also left the Feature Race’s pole position open in honor of Sam’s Legacy.
The second leg of North Coast Modified Challenge was also held Sunday night. #33 Jeffrey Fade Jr. won at Lorain Saturday, giving him a chance to snag a $1,000 bonus if he could sweep and win at Sandusky. The bonus money ended up being safe, as #0 Kenny Phillips finished the 30 lap feature first.
Chris Hamilton cruised to victory in his #5 car to win the Street Stock feature. #22 Cornel Mentler rode out several red flags to take the Ohio Stock Feature win. Driver Jerry Karl was taken to the hospital for observation after a wreck on the backstretch during the Ohio Stock Feature, but he is reportedly OK. Concluding the night were the Hobby Stocks. Despite not starting until midnight, the field of about 12 cars put on a great show for the fans. Emerging from the constant two-wide and three-wide racing was #7 Zack Miller. This was Miller’s first Feature win.
The picture gallery from the night’s racing is available after the break. Continue reading PHOTOS: Talon Soars in Sandusky Sprints, Phillips Takes Modified Challenge
Midvale Speedway celebrated 60 years of racing action with 60 lap Economy Modified and Late Model features. Also racing Saturday night were Mini Trucks, Pure Stocks, Compacts, FunPacts, and Skid Plate Racers. For the full gallery of photos, keep reading. Continue reading PHOTOS: Midvale Celebrates 60 Years with 60 Lap Features
MSA Supermodifieds and Main Event Racing Series Late Models returned to Sandusky Speedway this weekend after being rained out last week. Saturday’s show also included Hobby Stocks and Street Stocks. Winners from last night include (MSA) #19 Trent Stephens, (MERS) #116 Jack Varney Jr., (Street Stock) #07 Justin Hamilton, and (Hobby Stock) #4 John McKee. More pictures after the break. Continue reading PHOTOS: Supermodifieds and Outlaw Late Models