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DirtCar Championships presented by P.M. Leary Restoration Airborne Park Speedway September 2nd 2017

side by side
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Kyle Coryea

Cory McCoy (69C) cuts to the bottom of Jason Bruno (66) battling for position early in the Sportsman Modified feature as we get up close. It would be Dirtcar Championship night presented by P.M. Leary Restoration as all divisions would be in attendance with points champions being crowned in the 358 and Sportsman Modified divisions along with a 2,000 win in the 358 Modified. The competition would be intense throughout the evening with a red flag for a rollover in the 358 Modified and multiple restarts needed in the Sportsman Modified race to get the first five laps done. When the dust would settle the eventual winners would be Rolland Guay (Strictly Stock), Michael Whalen (Mini-Modified) after winner Clemente Bell was disqualified, Brent Jarvis (Renegades), Connor Cleveland (Sportsman Modified), Stephen Bernier (358 Modified). As for the points champions Connor Cleveland (Sportsman Modified), Chris Raabe (358 Modified) would win the first track championships at Airborne on dirt in 27 years. Next week the track will be back in action on Sunday, September 10th as the Dirtcar series Pro Stock and Sportsman Modified tour come to town. Gallery

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Kyle Coryea

GalleryJosh LaPorte (45B) is charging hard on the bottom looking to catch eventual Mini-Modified winner Michael Whalen (11). Gallery

DirtCar Championships presented by P.M. Leary Restoration Airborne Park Speedway September 2nd 2017

Dirtcar Racing
wreck
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Kyle Coryea

Travis Bruno (91ny) catches the back of John Lutes (959) coming off of turn four after he had caught the wall and starts to roll down the front stretch. It would be Dirtcar Championship night presented by P.M. Leary Restoration as all divisions would be in attendance with points champions being crowned in the 358 and Sportsman Modified divisions along with a 2,000 win in the 358 Modified. The competition would be intense throughout the evening with a red flag for a rollover in the 358 Modified and multiple restarts needed in the Sportsman Modified race to get the first five laps done. When the dust would settle the eventual winners would be Rolland Guay (Strictly Stock), Michael Whalen (Mini-Modified) after winner Clemente Bell was disqualified, Brent Jarvis (Renegades), Connor Cleveland (Sportsman Modified), Stephen Bernier (358 Modified). As for the points champions Connor Cleveland (Sportsman Modified), Chris Raabe (358 Modified) would win the first track championships at Airborne on dirt in 27 years. Next week the track will be back in action on Sunday, September 10th as the Dirtcar series Pro Stock and Sportsman Modified tour come to town.

Bill McBride Chevy and Subaru Salute to Our Heroes presented by Sheehan and Sons Construction Airborne Park Speedway August 26th 2017

tight racing
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Kyle Coryea

Billy Cook (M70) knocks into Connor Cleveland (09) as they battle for position in the middle of the corner. It would be Bill McBride Chevy and Subaru Salute to Heroes night at Airborne Park Speedway. There would be some great close racing throughout the night along with some banging for the position. The main event of the evening would be the 358 Modifieds 30 lapper and it would be Chris Raabe would get his 6th win of the season. While on the under-card Thomas Cook would get win 1 in the Sportsman Modifieds, Renegades would be Michael Wright with win 2, Mini-Modifieds Kris Clark with win 7 and Roland Guay with win 4 on the season. Next will be Dirtcar championships with all 5 divisions in action along with a 50 lapper for the 358 Modifieds. Gallery

on the chase
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Kyle Coryea

Brent Jarvis (32) is on the chase for Tylor Terry (44) for 2nd place in the Renegade feature. Gallery

Bill McBride Chevy and Subaru Salute to Our Heroes presented by Sheehan and Sons Construction Airborne Park Speedway August 26th 2017

Dirtcar Racing
three wide
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Kyle Coryea

The (22), Greg Atkins (1) and Brandon Atkins (4NY) take it three-wide into turn one as they battle for position in the heat race along with the (22) jumping the cushion on the bottom. It would be Bill McBride Chevy and Subaru Salute to Heroes night at Airborne Park Speedway. There would be some great close racing throughout the night along with some banging for the position. The main event of the evening would be the 358 Modifieds 30 lapper and it would be Chris Raabe would get his 6th win of the season. While on the under-card Thomas Cook would get win 1 in the Sportsman Modifieds, Renegades would be Michael Wright with win 2, Mini-Modifieds Kris Clark with win 7 and Roland Guay with win 4 on the season. Next will be Dirtcar championships with all 5 divisions in action along with a 50 lapper for the 358 Modifieds.

Liquor and Wine Warehouse Make A Wish Night Airborne Park Speedway July 15th 2017

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Kyle Coryea

Sportsman Modified Josh Currier (42C) would hit a whole and bounce into Rico Hernandez (2) and causing damage to the rear of Rico Hernandez. It would be Week 7 of racing at Airborne Park Speedway as part of Liquor and Wine Warehouse Make A Wish night. Airborne would have there normal five division racing in the evening and there would be great racing all around in the evening. When the dust would settle Chris Raabe (career win 150) would win the 358 Modified, Sportsman Modified Jamie LaFountain, Renegade Brent Jarvis, Mini-modified Pierre Oliver, and Strictly Stock Shawn Walker. Gallery

side by side through the corner
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Kyle Coryea

358 Modified Jake Scarbrough (24S) and Ryan Arbuthnot (R70) go side by side through turn 1 and 2 battling for position. Gallery

Liquor and Wine Warehouse Make A Wish Night Airborne Park Speedway July 15th 2017

Dirtcar Racing
three into the corner
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Kyle Coryea

Jimmy Bushey (11), Scott Fitzgerald 5x, and Chris Murray (7) take it three-wide into turn battling for the lead during the Renegade Heat race. It would be Week 7 of racing at Airborne Park Speedway as part of Liquor and Wine Warehouse Make A Wish night. Airborne would have there normal five division racing on the evening and there would be great racing all around on the evening. When the dust would settle Chris Raabe (career win 150) would win the 358 Modified, Sportsman Modified Jamie LaFountain, Renegade Brent Jarvis, Mini-modified Pierre Oliver, and Strictly Stock Shawn Walker.

Super Dirt Series Presented by Northline Uilities Northline Uilitiles 100 Airborne Park Speedway Plattsburgh, NY July 6 2017

Dirtcar Racing
hoping the bank
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Kyle Coryea

Matt McLaughlin (6H) hopes the vroom on the inside of the track as he passes Brett Hearn (20) for the 2nd position. It would be the Northline Utilities 100 at the Airborne Park Speedway as part of the Super Dirt Series on the Road to Super Dirt Week. It would be the Super Dirt Series first trip to Airborne as they just converted over to dirt this and 25 Big Block Modified would show up. The eventual winner would be Larry Wight as they would take the lead around lap 30 and would not be stopped from there even a caution with three 3 laps to go could not slow him down. Rounding out the top three in the race would be Matt McLaughlin and Jimmy Phelps. As part of the undercard crowd favorite Bucko Branham would take his first win at Airborne at on dirt to a thunder-est roar from the crowd Connor Cleveland would get second to keep his point lead and Danny Gagne would round out the top three. Meanwhile in the Mini-Modified Kris Clark would get this third straight win on the season and Michael Whalen and Josh Laporte would round out the top three.

Super Dirt Series Presented by Northline Uilities Northline Uilitiles 100 Airborne Park Speedway Plattsburgh, NY July 6 2017

side by side
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Kyle Coryea

Tyler Irwin (54) and Dave Demore race for the 4th position during the mini-modified feature. Gallery

battle for position
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Kyle Coryea

Revstar Invasion presented by Peru Federal Credit Union Airborne Park Speedway June 17th 2017

three wide
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Kyle Coryea

Sportsman Modified Lonnie Rivers (7R), Codie Aubin (7) and Joey Scarbrough (38) battle closely for the position in turn 1 at the beginning of the race. It would be week 5 of the Airborne Park Speedway season the Revstar Invasion presented by Peru Federal Credit Union. There would be the Airborne 358 Modified, Sportsman Modified, Renegades along the Revstar Speedsters. The feature events would star with the Revstar Speedsters winner would be the 74s in the 8 car field. The next feature to hit the track would be 358 Modified for 30 laps it would be a great battle upfront that would see Gage Morin take the lead with 10 to go from Rabdideau to get his first win of the season. In the sportsman modified division it would be Moises Page gathering his third win of the season. In the Renegade division, Brent Jarvis would stay perfect on the season gathering his fifth win of the season while crowd favorite Curtis McGiven would get third his first podium finish in many years. Gallery

side by side
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Kyle Coryea

Renegades Michael Wright (78) and Jimmy Bushey (11) battle for second at the beginning of the feature. Gallery

Revstar Invasion presented by Peru Federal Credit Union Airborne Park Speedway June 17th 2017

Dirtcar Racing
wheel under
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Kyle Coryea

Jessy Mueller (19) and Chris Rabbie (01) go wheel to wheel into turn one and bang wheels battling for a top 5 in the 358 Modified feature. It would be week 5 of the Airborne Park Speedway season the Revstar Invasion presented by Peru Federal Credit Union. There would be the Airborne 358 Modified, Sportsman Modified, Renegades along the Revstar Speedsters. The feature events would star with the Revstar Speedsters winner would be the 74s in the 8 car field. The next feature to hit the track would be 358 Modified for 30 laps it would be a great battle upfront that would see Gage Morin take the lead with 10 to go from Rabdideau to get his first win of the season. In the sportsman modified division it would be Moises Page gathering his third win of the season. In the Renegade division, Brent Jarvis would stay perfect on the season gathering his fifth win of the season while crowd favorite Curtis McGiven would get third his first podium finish in many years.

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