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T.J.’s Travels: Memorable Eldora Rain Delays

The 2017 edition of the Kings Royal has started out soggy with a rain delay during the opening night of competition. While most tracks throw in the towel early Eldora fans know to get comfortable if there is any chance of completing a major event. […]

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T.J.’s Notebook: Mansfield Removing Pavement is a Game Changer

Mansfield Speedway announced on Wednesday the scope of the track’s conversion to a dirt racing surface changed by removing the existing blacktop surface. Originally the plan was to lay the dirt over the blacktop, but after evaluating the surface and potential pitfalls the decision was made remove the asphalt. Thursday the first images appeared of the work taking place. […]

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TJ’s Travels: Poirier is That Good

By T.J. Buffenbarger After winning the 2006 Canadian Sprint Car Nationals I’ve touted Steve Poirier as one of the best sprint car drivers that a majority of the world is unaware of. Racing primarily in […]

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Remembering BC

Bryan Clauson was a better person than he was a driver. If you saw him wheel a race car, that is saying something. […]