D.J. Foos capitalized on the opportunity when it presented itself Friday at Attica Raceway Park to score his second career 410 sprint win on Gordon Lumber/Edward Jones Mike Neill Financial Advisor Night. When race leader Buddy Kofoid tangled with a car he was trying to lap with nine circuits remaining, Foos used the ensuing restart to power around Trey Jacobs and drove to the win. […]
Tim Shaffer was sick of finishing second and third. The Aliquippa, Pa. driver took out his frustrations on the field at Fremont Speedway Saturday, dominating the last half of the 50-lap Jim Ford Classic Presented by Ludwig Propane to claim the $10,000 pay day. […]
Bryan Sebetto stalked Byron Reed for several laps Saturday at Fremont Speedway. When a lapped machine held Reed up ever so slightly, Sebetto pounced to take the lead and drove off for his second victory of the season at “The Track That Action Built” on Crown Battery Night. […]
Like last season, Dean Jacobs has passed a lot of cars this season, but has not scored a win. That changed Saturday on Ohio Logistics Night at Fremont Speedway as the Wooster, Ohio driver took the lead on lap 17 after a spirited battle with Mike Linder, and then held off a charging Bryan Sebetto to score his fourth career 410 sprint victory at The Track That Action Built. […]
Tim Shaffer proved he’s as tough as the steel that comes from his home town in Pennsylvania. “The Steel City Outlaw” took the lead from race-long leader Dale Blaney with six laps to go and went on to score the win on opening night at Fremont Speedway, Saturday, April 23.
Byron Reed, (410 sprints), Ryan Missler (late models), D.J. Foos (305 sprints) and Brian Arnold (dirt trucks) were honored as Attica Raceway Park 2010 champions during a gala banquet Friday at the Attica Fairgrounds Banquet Hall.
It’s been a frustrating season for Dalton, Ohio’s Lee Jacobs. But the 410 sprint driver known as “The Snowman” put that all behind him by dominating the Kistler Racing Products Season Championship Night at Attica Raceway Park on Saturday, Aug. 28.