• I-77 Speedway opens 2012 season...by Mark Huey

    What is a "Pepsi Blowout?" For inquiring minds, no, it is not a flat tire on a Pepsi truck on the interstate. It is the grand reopening of the I-77 Speedway, on S.C. Highway 9 in Richburg. So, I have just one question…ARE YOU READY TO GET YOUR DIRT ON?

  • I-77 Speedway re-opening...by Mark Huey

    How often have you heard, or maybe even are guilty of saying, "There just ain't nothing to do in Chester?" Anyone? If you have, then you are invited to read about what is about to happen in the heart of your great county.
    Look through the photo albums or scrapbooks of many Chester County residents and you just might find clippings from The News & Reporter about family athletes. These local figures could be from a wide variety of sports -- from baseball to football, to soccer and basketball, to golf to fishing…well, just about any sport.

  • Weeks claims victory at 311

    The 5 time Carolina Clash Champion Ricky Weeks Moved his Parton Lumber, Adams Electric, Rocket Impala to the point on lap 15 and went on to take the win at 311 Speedway Saturday Night.  
    "I had a lot better car than I qualified with tonight as I left some of it out on the track during qualifying," said Ricky Weeks "I want to thank Phyllis and Ike and my entire crew along with all of my sponsors who have made this season possible. My last race here, I rolled in turn 3, a couple times so this win means a lot to me here."

  • Merrell gets first ARCA win

    Matt Merrell had already lost the lead off of pit road once, and after finishing second at Berlin Raceway two years earlier, the Texan seemed destined for runner-up honors again in the Hantz Group 200.
    194 laps, however, do not make a complete race, and that's a fact Merrell kept in mind as he powered past Tim George Jr. on a Lap 195 restart to take the lead, an advantage he would hold over the final six laps to win at Berlin and take his first victory in 23 career ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards starts.

  • $4,000 to win Tennessee Hillbilly 50

  • Sorrow wins in Anderson

  • Dillon passes Gresham for win at Michigan

    y Dillon has a flair for the dramatic, and put that quality to good use Friday at Michigan International Speedway, passing Max Gresham just after a Lap 100 restart and holding off Gresham's late challenge to win the RainEater Wiper Blades 200. The win was Dillon's fourth of 2011 and his sixth in 11 career starts in the ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards, continuing a dominant streak.

  • Roffers continues winning ways

    Luke Roffers continued his winning ways Saturday night at Fayetteville Motor Speedway with his third victory of the season. ...... With the win, Roffers was able to close within 7 points of the current Carolina Clash point's leader, Dennis Franklin.
    The current Klotz Lubricants Rookie of the Year point's leader Chad Paxton set fast time during XS Power Racing Batteries Qualifying. The pole was Paxton's first of the year with the Carolina Clash.

  • Laurens and Cherokee hosting big races...by Dale Wilkerson

    Next week, fans of Dirt Super Late Models racing will have the chance to see two touring events at Upstate tracks as Laurens County Speedway and Cherokee Speedway hosts the Ultimate Dirt Super Late Model Series and the Lucas Oil Dirt Super Late Model Series respectively.

  • Dillon Capitalizes on Hackenbracht's Late Misfortune, Wins Messina Wildlife Animal Stopper 150 at Chicagoland

    On some occasions, pure speed is the answer, and in others, good fortune is what's necessary to win a race. Ty Dillon's run in Saturday's Messina Wildlife Animal Stopper 150 at Chicagoland Speedway used some of both, and the rookie points leader won for the fifth time in eight career ARCA Racing Series presented by Menards starts.