DeLayna Jennifer Dubie joined our family and the racing community on April 5th, 2015.
2015 was a year filled with change and excitement for my family and me. On Easter Sunday (April 5th) my husband and I welcomed a beautiful baby girl into the world. DeLayna Jennifer Dubie changed our world and our priorities. My laptop time was replaced with feedings and diapers and smiles and giggles so to all those who are reading this…THANK YOU! Thank you for sticking with me despite the year-long hiatus. Continue reading
The calendar shows that spring has officially sprung, and although us in the northern states still show forecasts of below freezing temperatures and even some snow; it is a sign that warmer weather is on the horizon and with it will come the start of the 2015 racing season. Continue reading
Wishing you all a very merry Christmas filled with friends, family and the wonder of God’s love.
As the green flag flies over 2015, I look forward to an exciting year ahead and sharing more stories with each of you.
Thank you all for reading and God bless!
Eldora Speedway has always been home to exciting USAC Sprint Car racing action
Since 1954 drivers have viewed Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio as the ruler by which to gauge their success and adaptability.
For sixty years the “Big E” has played host to the biggest names in auto racing. Drivers like AJ Foyt tackled the ½-mile high banks, and now in 2014 names like Andretti (Aldo’s grandson Jarett is a USAC regular) are still trying to master the track. Continue reading
2014 NDLMHoF Inductee; Bob Kosisiki’s restored no.30 machine was one of many cars on display during the North/South 100
Tucked into the hills and narrow winding roads of northeast Kentucky sits one of the fastest and toughest dirt tracks in the nation; Florence Speedway. The Walton, Kentucky track has been considered one of the toughest to tame by many of dirt Late Model racings fiercest competitors. Because of its reputation, Florence is also the perfectly fitting home of the National Dirt Late Model Hall of Fame. Continue reading
Oakshade Raceway in Wauseon, Ohio is a hotbed of UMP DirtCar Saturday night excitement
In the middle of northern Ohio’s serene farmland; Oakshade Raceway looks as unassuming as its name suggests. Looks are very deceiving though as the 3/8-mile semi-banked oval is a wicked-fast track where the Midwest’s best drivers come to play. Continue reading
Excitement & expectations are high at “The Dream” at Eldora.
Every June, a serene rural landscape in northern Ohio metamorphosis into a metropolis of sorts; almost overnight flat fields become campgrounds with thousands of American and racing flags flaying proudly, and all for one racing event.
The Dirt Late Model Dream at Eldora is a crown jewel event and truly the dream of any dirt late model competitor and with $100,000 awarded to the winner of the 100-lap main event on Saturday night it is no small wonder. Continue reading
Kyle Prochazka is getting on track at Crystal Motor Speedway
Kyle Prochazka’s ties to Crystal Motor Speedway run deep.
The St. Johns, Michigan native is a second generation competitor at the speedway and in 2014 he will be trying to repeat history by picking up a CMS Street-Stock Track Championship, just as his father did in the early 80’s. Continue reading
Cars packed the pits at Crystal Motor Speedway’s opener on April 19th, 2014
The rumble of race engines, and the smell of race fuel burning; for me those are the true signs of spring and after a very long winter it was wonderful to fill my senses with spring this past weekend at Crystal Motor Speedway.
On April 19th CMS opened the gates to the 2014 racing season with a full six-and-one show that was packed with action and cars. 105 competitors battled it out in front of a full crowd of race fans. Continue reading
Pure Michigan – Pure Racing: Jeffrey Reamer & Jeremy Jankowske drive their no.331 into traffic on their way to stage no.1 on a cold Friday at Sno*Drift.
Frigid! It is the single word that best describes the kick-off for the 2014 Rally America series. Typically that would not be a favorable word to describe a rally race, but when the first event of the season is named the Sno*Drift Rally, extremely cold temps are always a very real possibility. Continue reading