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 KEMPF AND CHANCEY TOP LEGENDS AT FINAL SPEEDWORLD WINTER HEA TS

 Dutilly and Ellis Take Outlaw Street Stock 100

 WACKY LEGENDS CAR FEATURE GOES TO VERDIER AT SPEEDWORLD WINTER HEAT

 Crisp the Toast of Outlaw Street Stocks

 GEORGE GORHAM, JR. GOES FLAG TO FLAG IN CHARITY TRUCKERS 200 AT ORLANDO SPEEDWORLD

 George Gorham, Jr. Fastest in Truck Qualifying at Orlando SpeedWorld

 Jimmy Owens Sweeps StormPay Series at East Bay

 Auburndale Closes 2007 Season

 Tate Pierce Rolls to Citrus Modified 75 Win

 "The Nightmare" At East Bay Raceway Park

 Green Mamba Melts Down at CCMP

 Charlotte County Speedway Results Dec. 8

 JIMMY NORMAN SCORES FIRST CAREER LEGEND CAR WIN AT ORLANDO SPEEDWORLD WINTER HEAT

 The Dirt Has Hit the Pavement

 EAST, ARMSTRONG, GOESS AND PENNINGTON TAKE WINS IN PRI MOPAR CLASSIC

 Roger Crouse takes Limited Late Model Feature with Last Lap Pass

 Bobby East tops Sprints, Dakoda Armstrong wins Midgets at PRI Sprint/Midget Show at Orlando SpeedWorld

 Heat Race Results and Qualifing PRI Sprint/Midget Show Orlando SpeedWorld

 Ryan Crane Just Makes It And Claims Snowflake Victory

 Augie Grill Takes 40th Snowball Derby

 Steele Wins Again In Florida 400 at DeSoto

 Finishes for Charlotte County Motorsports Park 12-1-07

 Mike Wilson tops Mods at Auburndale Speedway

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 Bordeau wins Race, Reeves wins Championship at New Smyrna Speedway

 Winchell Wins Fast Late Models At Charlotte

 Saturday Night Results From DeSoto Superspeedway

 Jim Erb tops School Bus Figure 8 at Orlando

 Skaggs One To Watch

 STEVE DORER TAKES FMSC WIN AT NEW SMYRNA SPEEDWAY!













IT'S TIME TO RACE!!
December 17, 2006
Korte Kaptures Krate Kash
By Larry Jewett

The Storm Pay.com Crate Late Models brought the 2006 season to a close at East Bay Raceway Park. In the 100-lap main event, Randy Korte started 19th and moved through they field to claim the prize in his first Crate Late Model race. (See accompanying story for complete Late Model results).

In addition to the Crate Late Models, the night provided the final race for three of the track’s weekly divisions. The Outlaw 4s started the night’s action with a 15-lap main. Alex Boerner grabbed the early lead with Austin Gillman giving chase. After an early caution, Travis Varnadore moved to the outside to give chase for the top spot. Varnadore nailed down the position and kept the lead as caution waved on lap nine for Gillman. On the restart, Boerner wasted little time in snatching back the lead and held on for the victory. The win was the second of the season for the teenaged driver who has put the car up for sale, planning a move to the Open Wheel Modifieds in 2007. Varnadore claimed second and the 2006 track championship. Zach Amundsen settled in third, ahead of Steve Miller and Michael Gulvin.

A healthy field of 4 Cylinder Bombers closed off their 2006 campaign as last week’s feature winner Collin Kruse grabbed the early race lead. Unfortunately, Kruse developed mechanical problems and slowed on the front stretch, directly in line with a hard charging George Christensen, who lost several spots in the exchange. The lead went to B.J. Harp, who swept by Jimmy Alvis. Alvis lost second to Steve Kimpton, but Kimpton’s race ended on lap 12 with mechanical problems. Harp had no problems for the remainder of the race, moving out to his first win of the year. Alvis claimed second, ahead of Keith Kaylor, Kyle Eash, and K.C. Laramee.

The Street Stocks provided some exciting action in their final race. The point championship had been decided with Paul Gibbs picking up the crown. The 19-car, 15-lapper started off on a sour note when Buckshot Meixner lost a wheel on the front stretch, stacking up several cars. When the green took hold, Joseph Luce had the early race lead with Eric Johnson pushing up to second. On lap 3, Charlie Paris Jr., who had been caught up in the opening lap incident, rebounded to grab third. Paris cruised past the remaining two cars to take the lead. Paris had continuous challenges from Johnson, but Paris never trailed. The checkered flag gave Paris his seventh victory in 2006. Johnson took second with point champ Gibbs rallying for third. Buck Woodhouse added another top five with his fourth place finish, ahead of Bob Smith.

Kelly Hill picked the victory in the fan participation race, becoming a multiple winner in the monthly outings.

The 2007 season at East Bay Raceway Park looms with the annual Winternationals getting underway in late January. A complete schedule of events can be found at www.eastbayracewaypark.com.
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Pit Stop
 North Carolina Motorsports Association Releases Short Track- White Paper

 Entry List for Super Lates Grows for Speedfest 2008

 The "BIG" Weekend at CCMP is Here

 Alli Owens Looking Forward to Daytona

 Sean Murphy Re-Signs with SS-Green Light Racing to Drive NASCAR Truck Series & ASA Late Model Challenge Series

 FASCAR TOUR Banquet Changed to January 19, 2008

 Entries Still Coming In for Speedfest 2008

 Speedfest 2008 Early Entries Must be Postmarked by January 11th

 Howard Johnson Inn Executive Center is the Official Hotel of Speedfest 2008

 Speedfest 2008 Race Schedule

 Last Leg of Orlando SpeedWorld 1st Winter Series this Saturday, Janaury 12th

 Excitement Builds as 42nd Annual World Series Gets Closer

 More Entries Come in for Speedfest 2008

 List Keeps Building for Speedfest 2008 at USA International

 Two Super Late Model Drivers Defect To Dirt

 RaceTrailerSales.com to Sponsor Qualifying Awards at Speedfest 2008

 Trackside Tonite To be Featured On Real Racin USA

 A Double Debut on Opening Night at Ocala Speedway

 17 Now Entered for Speedfest 2008

 A Double Debut on Opening Night at Ocala Speedway

 Stars Racing Series Announces Dates for Ocala Speedway

 Winchester Speedway Releases 2008 Schedule

 More Entries Come In for Speedfest 2008

 ABC Towing Hurricanes, BCS Welding Jr. Stocks and Classic Cars to Participate in the FASCAR Banquet

 Charity Truckers 200 raises $12,374.00 for the Helmick Family

 Charlotte Promoter Cleared of Tire Charge

 Ocala Speedway Is Taking Shape

 Entry List Grows for SpeedFest 2008

 Owens has good reason to smile

 Two Major Staff Changes at Ocala Speedway

 Clarification of new FASCAR Rules for Under Age 14 Drivers

 Schedule Change for Winter Series Orlando SpeedWorld

 ASA Southeast Asphalt Tour Announces Schedule

 Early Entries Speedfest 2008 as of December 10

 Dirt late Model Series Simmering for 2008

 DeSoto Super Speedway 2008 Schedule

 Insurance Company Changes Age Requirement for FASCAR Tracks

 DAK Simulations Joins to Help Charity Truckers 200

 Anderson Speedway Releases Exciting 2008 Schedule

 ASA late Model Series President Responds To Lawsuit

 ASA Lawsuit Filed Over Trademarks

 Augie Grill To Be Featured on Real Racin USA Live!

 All Licensed FASCAR Division Drivers get in FREE Saturday at Race #2 Winter Series at Orlando SpeedWorld

 NASCAR Nextel Cup Driver David Stremme First to Enter SpeedFest 2008

 Race No. 2 of Winter Series set for Saturday, Decmeber 8th at SpeedWorld

 Charity Truckers 200 Pre-Entry extended to December 8th

 Orlando SpeedWorld - Green and Ready!!

 Racing Legends To Unveil First OSRCT AT PRI

 Change in teams leads to unfortunate change in Planned Appearance

 2nd Florida 400 Less than a Week Away


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