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  2. DCRST was at STS last Saturday as always great fun at an awesome track. Here is a link to the results. http://dcrst.net/results.html
  3. Results for 7-12-19

    i agree, Don does a great job. this is why I usually use his if he was at the track.
  4. South Texas Speedway

    you got me thinking now .shoot I wont sleep ...willy shoemaker use to race a hornet back the 50s he loved red and white cars ….dont know if I am close . but I do know later in years at his house he talked about racing a hornet .cant recall if he said what colors it was .I know he was the type of person to do something like that the hearts .we had many talks about the old days .his old days I wasn't that old then .lol..
  5. South Texas Speedway

    I DONT KNOW if its the same car but id bet on it . I saw it a few times at the old Texaco at Garfield and leopard .we lived just across from snapkas on leopard back then .as a kid I would sit with my brothers outside in the yard or upstairs looking out across leopard watching my mom car hop … mom would never take us to the races but you sure could hear them .it wasn't till 1961 before dad took us out to cc speedway . … now that you brought this up and made me go that far back . ill ask my father inlaw . he use to sneak out to cc with his motor bike his dad didnt know he had ..maybe he will remember that car and possibly knew who owned it … sometimes old poeple remember little things like that .so ill give him a try .
  6. South Texas Speedway

    Does anyone remember back in the late 50s a Hudson Hornet red and white with hearts all over. MY Dad used to take me to the races, i was about 5 o 6 years old. That Hudson had a unique sound. you could close your eyes and pick it out of a group of cars. I loved that machine.That was called CC speedway back then.
  7. shout out

    Thank you!
  8. Results for 7-12-19

    What a great race report!
  9. Results for 7-13-19

    Thanks Nathan!
  10. WOW sore losser

    https://www.nascar.com/video/franchise/press-pass/left-behind-kurt-busch-left-looking-for-plane-ride-after-beating-kyle-busch/
  11. BMF Asphalt Modified

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  14. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/wells-fargo-sends-international-speedway-190319457.html
  15. WOW sore losser

    Can't ya feel the brotherly love.....lmao His(Kryles) post-race interview didn't show his bro any love there either.
  16. Oklahoma Racing

    I just got back from a vacation in Oklahoma with my wife's family. While we were there we got to take in some racing in Meeker and in Sapulpa. First night we went to Tuesday Night Thunder at Red Dirt Raceway in Meeker, Oklahoma. They had the USAC National Midgets and NOW600 Series running. That was some of the best racing I have seen in a while. It was slide job central, the place was packed with fans and the racing was amazing. Karsyn Elledge and Holly Hollan both took some wild rides out of the park in turn 4 both walked away from the accidents but the cars not so much. Then in the feature there was some wild slide jobs thrown that collected a lot of front runners. Friday night we went to Creek County Speedway in Sapulpa/Kellyville Oklahoma for the ASCS Sooner Region/ NCRA Sprints as well as the Champ NON Wing Sprints, Dwarf Cars, and Thunderstocks. Once again it was an amazing night of blistering fast racing. 20 ASCS/NCRA Sprint Cars on a tight 1/4 mile bullring was a show. They were flying around that track. The races both nights were fast paced and were done both nights by 10:30. I took my brother in law who has never seen midgets and sprints race before and he was hooked. He had a lot of questions and I answered all of them, he is an engineering student at OSU and is graduating in the fall this year. He took me and showed me his work space and showed me their mini wind tunnel. He told me to get a 3D model of our car and some body designs and he would put it through the wind tunnel and see what is best for aerodynamic flow.
  17. WOW sore losser

    Kurt stayed to celebrate his win ... with his team ... as he should have. Kyle flew back home as scheduled. His bro already had a ride. End of story....
  18. kids helmets

    I agree. That's a first class promotion! Well done Christina. On behalf of the kids & racin' nation ... Thanks!
  19. Practice After Races?

    Are y'all still doing that? I have a guy with no experience wanting to get his feet wet. I'd like to put him in my car after the 7/27 race if y'all are still doing that. Thanks
  20. 07/12/2019 Birthday Boy Marcus Thomas gets his second Sprint Car Bandit win of the season at Heart O Texas Speedway Marcus Thomas was the Sprint Car Bandit feature winner. By Don Cook Blogginisracin.com Heart O Texas Speedway (Elm, Mott, TX) July 12 (Friday) Heart O Texas Speedway, in Elm Mott, TX, hosted the Melling Performance Race Weekends Across America - MDA Muscling in the Dirt event! The featured class this week was the return of the 360 c.i. Winged Sprint Car Bandits (SCB). Marcus Thomas, No. 15t, made it two HOT Sprint Car Bandits feature wins this season! Along with the Sprints, were the IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Southern SportMods, IMCA Stock Cars, Street Stocks, Factory Stocks, and Jr. Limiteds. Check out all the exciting racing action and family fun from Friday night below: Sprint Car Bandits Feature Winner: Marcus Thomas, No. 15t, celebrated his birthday this week by picking up his second Sprint Car Bandits feature win of the season at Heart O Texas Speedway! Claud Estes III, No. 74e, had a solid second, Jeff Emerson, No. 35, settled for third, Jeremy Jones, No. 5j, was fourth and Daniel Estes, No. 72, was fifth. Blake Mallory, Junior Jenkins, Reagan Reed, Micah Baccus, and Kodey Keimig, rounded out the top ten. Dale Wester, Dalton Stevens, Colby Estes, William Eggimann, Scott Evans, Mark Zoeller, rounded out the field. Seventeen cars started the feature. Claud Estes III, No. 74e, had a strong run for second. Jeff Emerson, No. 35, had a top three finish. To view a video of the Sprint feature, click below: Modified Feature Winner: Justin Radcliff, No. 11j, picked up his second Modified feature win of the season! Chris Elliott, No. 915, was second, Kevin Green, No. 5, was third, David Goode Jr., No. 7g, was fourth and G.W. Egbert IV, No. 717, was fifth. Dwayne Grantham, Jeffrey Abbey, Dillion Tindall, Donald Banker, and Derek Scott Jr., rounded out the top ten. Eric Tomlinson, Cody Daniel, Joe Maple, Brent Gilliam, Jason Kingrey, Ricky Kizer, Raymond McFadden, Chris Morris, and William Gould rounded out the field. Nineteen cars started the feature. To view a video of the Modified feature, click below: SportMod Feature Winner: Jeff Shepperd, No. 17, picked up his third feature win of the season! Garett Rawls, No. 4g, was second, Brandon Geurin, No. 12, was third, Taylor Florio, No. 21t, was fourth and Damon Hammond, No. 116, was fifth. Trevor Egbert, Bobby Mercer, Westin Abbey, Gregory Muirhead, and Austin Moore, rounded out the top ten. Sixteen cars started the feature. To view a video of the SportMod feature, click below: Stock Car Feature Winner: Jeffey Abbey, No. 37, was your feature winner! Brandon Hood, No. 1b, was second, Westin Abbey, No. 12, was third Jason Batt, No. 9, was fourth and A.J. Dancer, No. 52, was fifth. Markiss Harcrow, Andy Roller, Mason Doherty, Travis Norman, and Buck Owens, rounded out the top ten. Fourteen cars started the feature. To view a video of the Stock Car feature, click below: Street Stock Feature Winner: Tommy Kirkpatrick, No. 71, was your feature winner! Brandon Hood, No. 1b, was second, Drew Garcia, No. 9g, was third, Wade White, No. 68,was fourth and Billy Rupert, No. 39b, was fifth. Kevin Smith, David Khoury, Eddie thompson, Joe Williams, Barry Gaston, and Jerry Frydrych, rounded out the field. To view a video of the Street Stock feature, click below: Factory Stock Feature Winner: Westin Abbey, No. 77w, picked up his sixth feature win! Jeffrey Abbey, No. 77j, was second, Brett McMillin, No. 61, was third, Shannon Duock, No. 47, was fourth and Tommy Williams Jr., No. 151, was fifth. Melvin Kemp Jr., Ronnie Bell Jr., Grant Wollam, James Schoenrock, Jon Grobe, and Justin Van Matre, rounded out the field. To view a video of the Factory Stock feature, click below: Jr. Limited Feature Winner: Trevor Cogburn, No. 601, was your feature winner! Jesse Shepperd, No. 17, was second, Kaleb Emerson, No. 35, was third, Jeff Bauser Jr., No. 710, was fourth Wyatt Sexton, No. 89, was fifth, and Hope Gaston, No. 8, was sixth. To view a video of the HOT Heats, click below: Melling Performance will host “Melling Race Weekends Across America” at all Contingency Connection Grassroots Tracks & Series in appreciation of their loyal racers, fans, and shops across the USA! For more information, go to: www.melling.com THANKS to everyone who donated to the Muscular Dystrophy Association. For more information, go to: www.mda.org Friday, July 19, Heart O Texas Speedway will have a full race program plus the Lone Star Dwarf Car Club! For the latest information, go to: www.heartotexasspeedway.com Stacy Kolar is the OFFICIAL Photographer for Heart O Texas Speedway! For all your photo needs, see Stacy at: southernsassphotos.com To view a photo slideshow from Heart O Texas Speedway, click on the link below: HOT Photos www.blogginisracin.com
  21. Results for 7-13-19

    7/13/2019 at Cotton Bowl Speedway IMCA Modified A Feature 1 20 laps | 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 1 David Goode Jr Copperas Cove, TX 7G 2 6 Derek Scott Jr Franklin, TX 01 3 2 Beau Begnaud Spring, TX 32 4 4 Chris Gallien Cleveland, TX 81 5 5 Joe Maple 44 6 3 Adam James Cleveland, TX 83 Heat 1 8 laps | 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 1 David Goode Jr Copperas Cove, TX 7G 2 3 Adam James Cleveland, TX 83 3 4 Chris Gallien Cleveland, TX 81 4 2 Beau Begnaud Spring, TX 32 5 5 Joe Maple 44 6 6 Derek Scott Jr Franklin, TX 01 IMCA Stock Car A Feature 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 10 AJ Dancer Red Rock, TX 52 2 4 Duane Toyne Austin, TX 48 3 2 Ken Plonsky Killeen, TX 4K 4 6 Jason Batt 9 5 5 Markiss Harcrow Killeen, TX 29 6 8 Mason Doherty Thrall, TX 33M 7 3 Terry Tschoerner Taylor, TX 01 8 13 John Hobbs McDade, TX 14 9 12 Jeffrey Borho Buda, TX 69B 10 9 Tracy Tschoerner-Hendrix Thrall, TX 01T 11 1 Bill Siegman Jr Killeen, TX 32 12 7 George Egbert Salado, TX 70 DNS - Mike Nuby McDade, TX 2N2 Heat 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 5 Jason Batt 9 2 4 Duane Toyne Austin, TX 48 3 1 Bill Siegman Jr Killeen, TX 32 4 3 Terry Tschoerner Taylor, TX 01 5 6 Tracy Tschoerner-Hendrix Thrall, TX 01T 6 2 Mike Nuby McDade, TX 2N2 Heat 2 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 7 George Egbert Salado, TX 70 2 6 AJ Dancer Red Rock, TX 52 3 2 Ken Plonsky Killeen, TX 4K 4 4 Markiss Harcrow Killeen, TX 29 5 5 Mason Doherty Thrall, TX 33M 6 1 Jeffrey Borho Buda, TX 69B 7 3 John Hobbs McDade, TX 14 Street Stocks A Feature 1 15 laps | 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 6 Rob Slott 48R 2 8 Tommy Gural Elgin, TX 9 3 5 Tim Sikorski Bryan, TX 7S 4 4 Adam Gandara Moody, TX 60 5 7 Tim Ellis Moody, TX 17 6 2 Shawn Lehman Manchaca, TX 28 7 3 Gerald Johnson Bryan, TX 09 8 1 Daniel Gaudette Cedar Creek, TX 5 9 9 Justin Wierenga Killeen, TX 22 Heat 1 8 laps | 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 3 Rob Slott 48R 2 2 Adam Gandara Moody, TX 60 3 4 Tommy Gural Elgin, TX 9 4 1 Shawn Lehman Manchaca, TX 28 5 5 Daniel Gaudette Cedar Creek, TX 5 Heat 2 8 laps | 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 2 Tim Sikorski Bryan, TX 7S 2 1 Gerald Johnson Bryan, TX 09 3 3 Tim Ellis Moody, TX 17 4 4 Justin Wierenga Killeen, TX 22 Factory Stocks A Feature 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 5 Tim Homeyer JEWETT, TX 8 2 6 Grant Wollam Georgetown, TX 26 3 10 Shelbi Baker Ferris, TX 33K 4 7 Steve Sims Austin, TX 58 5 9 Robert Braaton Iola, TX 69 6 1 Stacey Robinette Copperas Cove, TX 43 7 11 Kevin Nejtek Liberty Hill, TX 7 8 3 Ed Hall Bryan, TX 14 9 2 Brady Ricks Moody, TX 24 10 16 Michael Rogers Lexington, TX 10X 11 13 Steven Osborne 04 12 15 Billy Roschetzky IV LEDBETTER, TX 94 13 12 Treyler Caulfield Live Oak, TX 53 14 8 Will Carter Iola, TX 8C 15 4 Kurt Ellis 33 DNS - Frank Sowell Lockhart, TX 28 Heat 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 6 Will Carter Iola, TX 8C 2 5 Grant Wollam Georgetown, TX 26 3 4 Kurt Ellis 33 4 7 Shelbi Baker Ferris, TX 33K 5 3 Brady Ricks Moody, TX 24 6 2 Kevin Nejtek Liberty Hill, TX 7 7 8 Steven Osborne 04 8 1 Billy Roschetzky IV LEDBETTER, TX 94 Heat 2 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 4 Tim Homeyer JEWETT, TX 8 2 3 Ed Hall Bryan, TX 14 3 6 Robert Braaton Iola, TX 69 4 5 Steve Sims Austin, TX 58 5 2 Stacey Robinette Copperas Cove, TX 43 6 8 Treyler Caulfield Live Oak, TX 53 7 1 Frank Sowell Lockhart, TX 28 8 7 Michael Rogers Lexington, TX 10X IMCA Southern SportMod A Feature 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 6 Trevor Egbert Salado, TX 787 2 4 Heath Stewart Webberville , TX H14 3 8 Taylor Florio Copperas Cove, TX 21T 4 9 Gerald Henderson Georgetown, TX 55G 5 7 Don Painter Austin, TX 10D 6 10 John Alverson 26C 7 5 Robert Stewart Del Valle, TX 32 8 3 Colby Miller Beaumont, TX 10 9 2 Jay Simon II Georgetown, TX 26 10 11 Duane Owens Elgin, TX 12D 11 12 Bruce Hinson Marble Falls, TX 7 12 1 Gene Burnett Leander, TX 43G DNS - Dude Ferris Austin, TX 84F DNS - Greg Miller 10T Heat 1 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 4 Heath Stewart Webberville , TX H14 2 1 Gene Burnett Leander, TX 43G 3 3 Jay Simon II Georgetown, TX 26 4 6 Taylor Florio Copperas Cove, TX 21T 5 7 John Alverson 26C 6 2 Duane Owens Elgin, TX 12D DNS - Greg Miller 10T Heat 2 00:00:00 Pos Start Driver Hometown Car 1 4 Robert Stewart Del Valle, TX 32 2 5 Don Painter Austin, TX 10D 3 3 Colby Miller Beaumont, TX 10 4 7 Trevor Egbert Salado, TX 787 5 6 Gerald Henderson Georgetown, TX 55G 6 2 Bruce Hinson Marble Falls, TX 7 7 1 Dude Ferris Austin, TX 84F Powered by MyRacePass
  22. WOW sore losser

    He rode home on the Ganasi team plane and celebrated with the crew. That is the real story
  23. kids helmets

    Chuck is right though about the amount of kids and early teens riding around in the pits with no gear. The pits can be pretty dark after the races are over, add in cars going out for hot laps and the fans mingling it's alarming to see that amount of young ones on these things unprotected. Good job Chuck, Christina, Scott and Steve for addressing the issue in a productive way.
  24. WOW sore losser

    Bull shit it's his brother.
  25. WOW sore losser

    I dont blame his for that. I probably would have done the same. Why wait a couple of hours when in the middle of the night when he could be home by then. There were lots of people that were flying back he could hitch a ride with. But, the media puts the drama spin on it and people bite. Too funny
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