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Bo Duke Night Presented by Moore Trucks July 23rd 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
the jokes before the race
Photo By: 
Matt Golden

John Schneider (Bo Duke) and Karl Frederick of Speedway Illustrated joke before there match race with a pair of Renegades cars. It would be round thirteen of the season at the Airborne Speedway and it would be Bo Duke Night at the track presented by Moore Trucks. The four weekly divisions would all be in action with the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified, Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified, Hartson Total Opening Renegades, and Taylor Rentals 4 Cylinders but before the racing action got under way there would be a grudge match to settle between John Schneider "Bo Duke" and Karl Frederick with a seven lap race that would see Bo Duke take the win even with Frederick taking some shortcuts on the track and would end with Bo Duke getting chased by the local sheriff. After the excitement of Bo Duke it would be onto the racing card for the evening. First out of the box would be a heat race for the the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified with the wins going to Beau Reeves, Jonathan Toohill, and Matt Leonard. Then up would be the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified with the heat win going to Pryor Stacey. Then it would be Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders with there three heat races and the wins would go to Chuck Mooney, Josh Blake and Greg Zindler. Then we would finish off the heat race portion of the night with two heats for the Hartson Total Opening Renegades and wins going to Rick Frenyea and Josh Terry. Then it would be on to the mains of the night and it would start with the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified and would see Pryor Stacey get another run away inside the division as the 15 lap race would go green to checker caution free. Then up would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified with three 25 lap race and would see Jonathan Toohill start on the front row and take the lead for most of the night as he would be going for his career win inside of the division. Although with five laps to go he would see his lead go away as Matt Leonard would sneak under for take the win for his second win on the season Toohill would hold on for second as Chris Cayea would round out the top three on the night. Then next up would be the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders for there 15 lap main and would see Chuck Mooney get the early lead from the pole. Although the lead would short lived as Josh Blake would get around him for the early race lead. He would keep the lead until there was a late race restart and it would see Kenny Tourville get around him for his first win of the season. Then it would be the final race of the night with the Hartson Total Opening Renegades in a 25 lap race and would see a great duel between Josh Terry and Tyler Irwin as they were the class of the field and it would see Tyler Irwin getting to the finish line first for his first win of the season. The Airborne Speedway will be taking next week off as the county fair is in town but will be back on August 6th in a big way as it would be the big block/small block Modified Challenge. Gallery

Make a Wish Night Presented by Liquoir Wine Warehouse July 16th 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
side by side
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Mike Wright (78) and Joey Scarbrough (11vt) battle for the lead in the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified A Main as they both were going for their first win of the season at the Airborne Speedway. It would be the 12th race of the season at the Airborne Speedway as it would be Make A Wish Presented by Liquor and Wine Warehouse and the drivers and fans would raise thousands of dollars for the local make a wish. Once the racing would get underway the Hartson Total Opening Renegades would start with their first two heats and the wins would go to Richie Turner and Tylor Terry. Then next would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for their three heats and getting the wins would be Roger Leberche, Chris Cayea, and Mike Wright. Then to finish off the heats on the night would be the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders with their three heats and the winners would be Jason Bradley, Nathan Smart, and Josh LaPorte. The track would have a brief intermission before the mains so that they would work on the track along with having the drivers go into the stands and pass the helmet for donations to the local make a wish foundation. Once the racing goes back on track the first main on tap for the night would be the Hartson Total Opening Renegades for their 25 lappers. It would see a great battle up front between Jim McKerrien and Richie Turner over the last ten laps of the race and when the checkers feel Richie Turner would have his second straight win over Jim McKerrien and Billy Thwaits would round out the top three. Then it would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for their 25-lap event. Michael Wright would get off to the early race lead over Roger Leberche. Although he would be challenged early by Chris Cayea who would come up from his 6th place start and they would swap the lead a few times. Although another racer would throw his name in the mix and that would be Joey Scarbrough as he would come up from the 9th place and take the lead and hold on for his first win of the season. Then it would be the last race of the night and it would be the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders in their 15-lap affair. It would see Jason Bradley get off to an early race lead. However, there would be midrace caution that would tighten the field back up and put race favorites Jake Fountain and Nathan Smart on his back bumper. Once the race resumed there would be a three-way battle for a few laps and then Nick Harnden would stick his way in there and make 4 cars. They would do away Bradley and it would leave it to Fountain Smart and Harden to go for the win and it would see Fountain edge out Smart for the win at the line. Although Jake Fountain and Nate Smart would both fail the post-race inspection and Nick Harden would end up getting the win. Join us again next week at the Airborne Speedway for another weekly night of the race and special guest John Scheinder "Bo Duke" from the Dukes of Hazzard will attend a match race with Karl Fredericks. Gallery

4's are Wild Street Stock Special Presented by Rustic Auto Body July 9th 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
battle for the lead
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Richie Turner (17) and Rick Frenyea (07) battle for the early lead in lead in the Hartson Total Opening Renegades main. It would be around 11 racing at the Airborne Speedway and the 4's are wild Street Stock 44 lapper presented by Rustic Auto Body. The racing would start off with a thrill in the first race of the night as the Renegades would take to the track for heat 1 and Josh Terry would give new mining to the name Airborne as he would hook a root and be up in the air and flip three teams before the car came rest destroying the car after the clean up the heat win would go to Jason McClatchie and heat two would go to Codey Agoney. Then it would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for their three heats and the winners would be Jake Scarbrough, Mark Fewster, and Bucko Branham. Then next up would be the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders for their three heat night and the winners on the night would be Nate Smart, Greg Zindler, and Kenny Tourville. Then to finish out the heats would be the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified and heat and the winner would be Pryor Stacey, Then after the intermission and track prep it would be onto the mains for the night and the first one of the night would be the Hartson Total Opening Renegades for there 25 laps main the early leader would be Codey Agoney but that would be not without Tylor Terry and Jason Bogett breathing down his neck. Eventually, Tylor Terry would get the lead but he would have to deal with the charging Richie Turner and the two of them would change the lead back and forth until the end when Richie Turner would get his second win of the season over Jason Boggett and Matt Cornell. Then next up would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for their 25-lap race and it would see Matt Leonard and Bucko Branham starting on the front row. Bucko would take the early lead but he wouldn't have it easy Jake Scarbrough would charge from the back for second and even challenge for the lead at one point and rounding out the top three would be Jamy Begor. Then it would be time for the main event of the evening with the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders 44 lapper 444 to win. The race would start off well with Jason Bradley leading the first half of the race. After the halftime intermission, it would be a completely different race as the cream would rise to the top and it would be a battle between the Laporte's Fountain and Zindler for the win. When the dust settled Greg Zindler would get win three of the season by two feet over Jake Fountain. Then to finish off the night it would be the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified and the Pryor Stacey show as he would walk away with the victory. All four divisions will be in action next week as it will be Make a Wish Night Presented by the Liquor and Wine Warehouse. Gallery

Fourth of July Spectular Presented by Huntley Trucking July 2nd 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
going for a ride
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Josh Blake (76) goes for a ride through turn 1 and rolls the car three times fast after he and Greg Zindler (46) would get together going for the lead in the last lap of Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders. It would be the tenth night of racing at the Airborne Speedway as it would be the fourth of July Spectular Presented by Huntley Trucking. There would be more than fireworks in the sky with all the action on the track throughout. The night would get started off with the Sportsman Modified heat races with wins going to Beau Reeves, Bentley Gray, and Bucko Branham. Next up would be the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders for their three heat races and the winners would be Kenny Tourville, Mat LaValley, and Nick Harnden. Then the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified would have their one heat and Dale Gonyo would get the win. Then to finish of the heats would be the Hartson Total Opening Renegades for their two heats and the wins would be Tylor Terry and Jim Mickerren. Then it would be onto the main events for the night with the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified A-Main and it would start rough and tumble as they would go three-wide into turn 1 on the first lap and a 12-car pile-up would insure. Once the carriage was picked up it would be a showcase up front between the professor and student as Bucko Branham and Travis Bruno battle for the win and when the dust settled Travis Bruno would get win three of the season. Then it would be onto intermission and what most of the crowd was looking forward to the fireworks. Once the show was done it would be the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders for 15 laps and it would be a heated race throughout with one lap to go Greg Zindler and Josh Blake would get together going for the win and would see Blake flip three and Zindler sent to the pits early by race control. There would be a one-lap shootout to settle it and the win would go to Josh Laporte for his second win of the season. Then it would be the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified for their 15-lap event and would see Xavier Deloremier get the win in a cuation-free event. Then the night would come to end with the Hartson Total Opening Renegades 25-lap main event. It would be a battle up front most of the night between the Terry brothers with the win going to Tylor Terry for the first win of the season. Gallery

Weekly Racing Presented by Hartson Total Opening plus Enduro June 25th 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
for the win and career win 1
Photo By: 
Stan Russell

DJ Gonyo (04) and Travis Bruno battle for the lead in the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified A-Main victory through turns three and four. It would be the ninth round of racing at Airborne Speedway on Hartson Total Opening Night plus Enduro. The night would start with the Limited Sportsman Modified heat and the win would go to Dale Gonyo. Then next up would be the Hartson Total Opening Renegades for their two heats and getting the wins would be Tylor Terry and Tyler Irwin. Then we would have three heats for the J+S Steel Sportsman Modifieds and the winners would be Andy Heywood, DJ Gonyo, and Michael Wright. Then to finish out the heat racing would be the Taylor Rental four cylinders with two heats and getting the wins would be Jake Fountain and Nick Harnden. Then it would be onto the mains for the night and it would start with the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified and the 15-lap race would go to Pryor Stacey. Then next up would be the Hartson Total Opening Renegades for their 25-lap main event the race would be delayed shortly after it started as Nate Guay would flip and Shawn Duquette would hit the stopped car and ruin his car and he would need help getting to the rescue. Once the race would get back underway it would be a great battle between Tylor Terry and Tyler Irwin but a last-lap tire issue for Terry would hand the win to Richie Turner for his first win on dirt. Then next up would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified A-Main 25-lap event and it would be a battle up front between DJ Gonyo and Travis Bruno and Gonyo would pull away late for his first career Sportsman Modified win. Then it would be the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders 15-lap main event and a great battle up front between Josh Laporte, Greg Zindler, and Luke Marcheski with the eventual win going to Greg Zindler for his second win of the season and expanding his points lead. Then to finish the night of racing would be the 30-lap enduro with just around 40 cars taking the green flag the smashing and crashing would be on and the eventual winner would be Eli Beshaw. Gallery

Dirtcar Sportsman Modified Series Make Up Presented by Liquior Wine Warehouse June 15th 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
leads into the corner
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Shane Pecore (0) leads Cedric Geavreau (22c) and Dave Rodgers (44) into the first corner as they battle for the DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Series victory. The night would start off with the finish of the 40-lap DIRTcar Sportsman Modified Series race with Shane Pecore getting the win over Cedric Gearveau and Dave Rodgers to round out the top three. The next up would be the Renegades main that was never run on the opening night due to track conditions Tyler Irwin and Shawn Duquette would put on a battle at the front for the win and Tyler Irwin would beat Duquette across the line for victory one although the win would end up going to Shawn Duquette as Irwin wouldn't be able to pass the tech area at the end. Then the Sportsman Modified would be back out again this time in heat races as they would prep for their second main of the night and the wins would go to Cedric Guvreau, Jessica Power, and Dave Rodgers, Then it would be the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders for there two heats and the wins would go to Nick Harnden and Jake Fountain. Then it would be a 25-lap main event for the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified and this time the win would go to Dave Rodgers after a heated battle with Shane Pecore and DJ Gonyo would round out the top three as he was looking for his chance to pass them both. The night would finish with the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders and Jake Fountain would beat Mat Parker across the line by a couple of car lengths for his second straight win. Gallery

Weekly Racing Presented by Seacomm June 11th 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
three wide racing
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Zack Daniels (30), Josh Terry (43), and Rick Frenyea (07) battle three-wide during their heat races as they send it into turn one. It would be the seventh week of racing at the Airborne Speedway presented by Seacomm and would have all the weekly divisions in attendance for an action-packed night of racing. Also during the event's intermission, the Airborne Speedway would take time to honor the 2021 track champions and top ten points in each of the divisions. The racing would start off with three heats for the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified and the wins would go to DJ Gonyo, Jason Bruno, and Chris Cayea. Then next up would be the Hartson Total Opening Renegades for two heats with wins going to Jason Bogett and Tylor Terry. Then it would be the one heat for the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified and the win would go to Oliver Boissonneault. Then the heat racing would end up with three heats for the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders would be Jake Fountain, Bill Doner, and Kenny Tourville. Then it would be onto the main events on the evening and first out of the box would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for there 25 lap main event the winner on the night would be Jamy Begor who would come up from the seventh spot and charge to lead by lap 11 eleven to hold on for the win. Also making the charge from mid-pack would be Robert Delormier from ninth to third and finishing the top 3 would be DJ Gonyo for second on the night. Then next up would be the Hartson Total Opening Renegades for there 25 lap event and the win would go to Nathaniel Guay would get his third win of the season as he and Tylor Terry would go door handle to handle for the win over the last 5 laps and Tyloe Terry would lose it trying to pinch it in headed into turn three on the last lap giving the win to Guay and Zack Daniels and Jason Bogett would round out the top three. Then it would be the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified for 15 laps and the winner would be Oliver Boissoneault on his first trip to the Airborne Speedway. Then it would be the final race of the night with the Tayloe Rental 4 Cylinders and Jake Fountain would charge from his eleventh starting spot for his second straight win with Kenny Tourville and Bill Doner rounding out the top three. With the Taylor Rental, it would like to note that the drivers from the other divisions pitched in extra money for their purse spearheaded by the Branham Racing Team giving them an extra 2200 dollars so each four-cylinder driver went home with an extra 110 dollars on top of there regular prize money. The racetrack will come back alive for a mid-week show this Wednesday, June 15th to finish off racing from the postponed opening week with the Sportsman Modified Double Feature, and the Renegades and 4 Cylinder events. Gallery

Empire Super Sprints Presented by Casella Waste Management June 4th 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
Return of the Empire Super Sprints
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Jordan Poirier (28) and Sam Donath (53) battle for the early lead in the Empire Super Sprints 25 lap main event. It would be the sixth week of racing at Airborne Speedway on Empire Super Sprints presented by Casella Waste Management with the other weekly divisions in action. First out for the night would be the two heats of Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints and the winners would be Sam Donath and Jeff Cook. Then next up would be three heats for the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified and the winners would be Jamy Begor, Matt Leonard, and Mike Phinney. Then to finish out the heats on the night would be the Hartson Total Opening Renegades for two heats and wins go to Jason Bogett and Nathaniel Guay. Next on the track would be the return of the Empire Super Sprints for their dash race and the winner would be Davie Franek. Then the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified would hit the track for their 15-lap main event and one of the early favorites would have issues as Steve Burch would climb the front stretch wall on the opening lap. Once they went back racing it would be the Pryor Stacey show for the win and Xavier Delormier and Dale Gonyo would round out the podium. Then we would have the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders on the track for there 20 lap main event and it would be an early show between Josh Laporte and Nate Smart but with the aid of a couple of cautions, it would help Jake Fountain move up from the rear of the field into the fight for the win. Jake Fountain would take the lead in the closing stages after a fight with Josh Laporte the lead and Fountain would get the win for his first of the season over Josh Laporte and Nate Smart. Then we would have the Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints for there 25 lap main event and Jordan Poirier and Sam Donath would start on the front row and after a caution lap one they would do the rest caution-free and Jordan Poirier would get the seven-second win over Shawn Donath and Jason Barney to round out the top three. Then we would have the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for there 25 lap main event and would see Matt Leonard start on the pole and hold onto the top spot with one of the best Jamy Begor chasing him down in that second position and would see Codie Aubin come from the seventh position to third to round out the top three on the night and hard charger would be Tanner Forbes who gained 6 spots finish sixth on the night. Then the night would finish out with the Hartson Total Opening Renegades for their 25-lap main event and would see a mid-race battle between Tylor Terry and Nathaniel Guay until Terry got loose coming off of turn 2 and spun out with five to go. Once they restarted Nathaniel Guay would battle for the lead with Richie Turner until Turner got loose off of turn four with 2 to go going for the win but would hold on for the 2nd spot and Josh Terry would round out the top three. The action will return to the Airborne Speedway on Saturday, June 10th with all the weekly divisions on the night. Gallery

Renegades Twin 20's Night Presented by Seacomm May 28th 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
Sportsman Modified Winner
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Bucko Branham (20) finds his way into victory lane for the first time of the 2022 season in the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified division. It would be the fifth week of racing at the Airborne Speedway and it would be Twin 20's for the Renegade division presented by Seacomm Federal Credit Union. First up would be the heat races for the Hartson Total Opening Renegades and the winners would be Shawn Duquette and Richie Turner. Then next up would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified with their three heats and the winners would be Michael Wright, Tanner Forbes, and Matt Leonard. Then we would have three heats for the Taylor Rental four cylinders and the winners would be Josh Laporte, Nate Smart, and Mat Parker. Then we would finish off the qualifying with the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified heat and the winner would be Dale Gonyo. Then we would be on to the main events for the evening and the first up would be the Hartson Total Opening Renegades' first main and it would come down to a late-race restart that would see Zack Daniels take the win from third with 2 laps to go. Then it would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for their 25-lap main event and would see Bucko Branham get the win from his front-row start. Still, it would not be without competition as Beau Reeves would come up from the 8th starting spot for a second-place finish and would be charging for the win and Tanner Forbes would finish off the top three. Then we would have the Taylor Rental Four Cylinders and it would look like Josh Laporte was going to run away with the race but a late-race caution would set up a two-lap shutout. In that 2 lap shutout, it would be between Laporte and Jake Fountain for the win and Fountain would out drag him to the checkered off of turn four but in the end, Josh Laporte would get the win as Fountain was unable to pass technical inspection after the race. Next up would be the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified for their 12-lap main that would go green to checkered and getting his first win was Mike McGinn. Then it would be the final race of the night as the Renegades would come back out for their second main event of the night and would see Shawn Duquette get the early lead. Although Zack Daniels would charge from his dead last race start to the front and get the win for the double on the night over Richie Turner and Tylor Terry.Gallery

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