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Law Enforcement Night Presented by Riley Ford May 14 th 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
slidways
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Kyle Coryea

Lonnie Rivers (R7) and Robert Deloremier (10) go sliding through turn one as they battle for the lead during the heat race of the Sportsman Modified as they look to better their start in the main. It would be the third night of racing at Airborne Speedway of the season and it would be Law Enforcement Night presented by Riley Ford with the Sportsman Modifieds, Renegades, and 4 Cylinders in action. The car count might have been a little down on with the Dirtcar Sportsman Modified Series race at Bear Ridge but that wouldn't change the excitement on the track. Before opening ceremonies the Sportsman Modified would come out for time trials and Robert Deloremier would pick up fast time of the night and a cool 125 dollars. Then it would be onto the heat races from the night and first out of the box would be the Renegades for two and wins would go to Tylor Terry and Richie. Then we would have the Sportsman Modified and the wins would go to fan favorites Lonnie Rivers and Jamy Begor and then to finish off the heats it would be the four cylinders for two heats and the wins would go to JJ Laporte and Mat Parker. Then it would be onto the main events of the evening and the first one up would be the Renegades. After a few early cautions for spins, they would clean it up and have a great last 12 laps of racing as Zack Daniels and Nathaniel Guay would be on it for the win and with minimal contact would cross the line together and Guay would get the win. Then it would be onto the Taylor Rental four cylinders and there would be 19 cars that would start the 15 laps main after the carnage would settle only ten would finish. The win would go to first-time winner Greg Zinder Jr, or Bill Doner as he was chasing him down and just ran out of laps. Then there was just one race left on the night the Sportsman Modified 25 lap main event and it would get off to a scary start on the lap as Casey Swamp's car would catch fire on lap 1 but would get to the infield and get it out and the driver would be ok. Then with 4 laps to go there would be a restart after a multicar crash in turn three that would take out Beau Reeves and Chris Cayea. On the restart, it would be teammates Travis Bruno and Lonnie Rivers and they would duel it out and the win would go to defending track champion Travis Bruno with Tanner Forbes rounding out the top three. The racing at Airborne Speedway will return to the track next weekend May 21st with all the regular divisions back in action. Gallery

Law Enforcement Night Presented by Riley Ford @ Airborne Speedway May 14th 2022

under the bumper
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Kyle Coryea

Travis Stokes (63) would come into the corner a little hot and get under the Jason McCalthcie (70) and send him around during the heats. It would be the third night of racing at Airborne Speedway of the season and it would be Law Enforcement Night presented by Riley Ford with the Sportsman Modifieds, Renegades, and 4 Cylinders in action. The car count might have been a little down on with the Dirtcar Sportsman Modified Series race at Bear Ridge but that wouldn't change the excitement on the track. Before opening ceremonies the Sportsman Modified would come out for time trials and Robert Deloremier would pick up fast time of the night and a cool 125 dollars. Then it would be onto the heat races from the night and first out of the box would be the Renegades for two and wins would go to Tylor Terry and Richie. Then we would have the Sportsman Modified and the wins would go to fan favorites Lonnie Rivers and Jamy Begor and then to finish off the heats it would be the four cylinders for two heats and the wins would go to JJ Laporte and Mat Parker. Then it would be onto the main events of the evening and the first one up would be the Renegades. After a few early cautions for spins, they would clean it up and have a great last 12 laps of racing as Zack Daniels and Nathaniel Guay would be on it for the win and with minimal contact would cross the line together and Guay would get the win. Then it would be onto the Taylor Rental four cylinders and there would be 19 cars that would start the 15 laps main after the carnage would settle only ten would finish. The win would go to first-time winner Greg Zinder Jr, or Bill Doner as he was chasing him down and just ran out of laps. Then there was just one race left on the night the Sportsman Modified 25 lap main event and it would get off to a scary start on the lap as Casey Swamp's car would catch fire on lap 1 but would get to the infield and get it out and the driver would be ok. Then with 4 laps to go there would be a restart after a multicar crash in turn three that would take out Beau Reeves and Chris Cayea. On the restart, it would be teammates Travis Bruno and Lonnie Rivers and they would duel it out and the win would go to defending track champion Travis Bruno with Tanner Forbes rounding out the top three. The racing at Airborne Speedway will return to the track next weekend May 21st with all the regular divisions back in action. Gallery

for the win
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Kyle Coryea

Greg Zindler Jr (46) gets to the line first for the win over Bill Donner in the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders for his first career victory. Gallery

358 Modified Showdown presented by Hutting Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram @ Airborne Speedway May 7th 2022

battle for the early lead
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Kyle Coryea

Chris Raabe (01) and Mathieu Desjardins (37m) battle for the early race lead of the return of the 358 Modifieds to the Airborne Speedway in three years. It would be the second week of racing at the Airborne Speedway and it would be the return of the 358 Modifieds for the showdown for the first time since the end of the 2019 season. With that being said the 358 Modifieds would be first up for the heat races and the winners would be Chris Raabe and Mathieu Desjardins. Next up would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for their three heats races on the night and the winners would be, Michael Delormier, Lonnie Rivers, and Codie Aubin. Then we would have the Hartson Total Opening Renegades and their two heat races and it would be a family affair in victory as the winners would be Josh and Tyler Terry. Then we would have the ever-popular Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders with their 2 heats on the night and the winners would be Bill Doner and Matt Parker. Then next up to the track would be the first main event of the evening with the Return of the 358 Modified and would be a great race between the 17 cars on the track as they would do the whole race caution-free as Chris Raabe would pick up the win over a hard-charging Mike Mahaney and Carey Terrance to round out the top three on the night. Then we would have the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for 25 laps and a 21 car field to start and their event would also go caution-free and Robert Delormeir would take his pole position and not give it up as he would lead all 25 laps to the race win over Codie Aubin and Lonnie Rivers to round out the top three on the night. Then we would have the popular Hartson Total Opening Renegades and a fourteen-car field on the night and Zack Daniels would come from the fourth spot and get the win. There would be some excitement during the race though as Cody Agoney would spin out in turn 1 and catch a rout and it would take the car on over and bring out the red flag. Once the red flag was lifted and we got back to racing Richie Turner would make a charge from the back for a second-place finish and Tyler Irwin would round out the top three in the division. Then we would have the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders and packed seventeen car field and it would be Nathan Smart charging from the back row to front to gain his second straight win on the season with Matt Parker and Mat LaValley (first career top 3) rounding out the podium on the night. Then it would be the last race of the night a five-lap match race between Kobe Hernandez, and Jonathan Toohill in the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified, and the win would go to Kobe Hernandez. The action will be back next Saturday night May 14th at Airborne Speedway with all four regular divisions back in action on Riley Ford Law Enforcement night where any law enforcement member with proper ID will be granted free entry into the races on the night. Gallery

side by side in the corner
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Kyle Coryea

Beau Reeves (00) and Travis Bruno (33R) go side by side through the corner as they battle for position in the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified main inside in the top five. Gallery

358 Modified Showdown Presented by Hutting Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Ram May 7th 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
over she goes
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Kyle Coryea

Cody Agoney (51x) takes it for a ride and up and over she goes as Tyler Irwin (54) avoids hitting him as he scatters to the top of the track. It would be the second week of racing at the Airborne Speedway and it would be the return of the 358 Modifieds for the showdown for the first time since the end of the 2019 season. With that being said the 358 Modifieds would be first up for the heat races and the winners would be Chris Raabe and Mathieu Desjardins. Next up would be the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for their three heats races on the night and the winners would be, Michael Delormier, Lonnie Rivers, and Codie Aubin. Then we would have the Hartson Total Opening Renegades and their two heat races and it would be a family affair in victory as the winners would be Josh and Tyler Terry. Then we would have the ever-popular Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders with their 2 heats on the night and the winners would be Bill Doner and Matt Parker. Then next up to the track would be the first main event of the evening with the Return of the 358 Modified and would be a great race between the 17 cars on the track as they would do the whole race caution-free as Chris Raabe would pick up the win over a hard-charging Mike Mahaney and Carey Terrance to round out the top three on the night. Then we would have the J+S Steel Sportsman Modified for 25 laps and a 21 car field to start and their event would also go caution-free and Robert Delormeir would take his pole position and not give it up as he would lead all 25 laps to the race win over Codie Aubin and Lonnie Rivers to round out the top three on the night. Then we would have the popular Hartson Total Opening Renegades and a fourteen-car field on the night and Zack Daniels would come from the fourth spot and get the win. There would be some excitement during the race though as Cody Agoney would spin out in turn 1 and catch a rout and it would take the car on over and bring out the red flag. Once the red flag was lifted and we got back to racing Richie Turner would make a charge from the back for a second-place finish and Tyler Irwin would round out the top three in the division. Then we would have the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders and packed seventeen car field and it would be Nathan Smart charging from the back row to front to gain his second straight win on the season with Matt Parker and Mat LaValley (first career top 3) rounding out the podium on the night. Then it would be the last race of the night a five-lap match race between Kobe Hernandez, and Jonathan Toohill in the Northern Blacktopping Limited Sportsman Modified, and the win would go to Kobe Hernandez. The action will be back next Saturday night May 14th at Airborne Speedway with all four regular divisions back in action on Riley Ford Law Enforcement night where any law enforcement member with proper ID will be granted free entry into the races on the night. Gallery

Dirtcar Sportsman Modified North/East Series presented by Liquior and Wine Warehouse @ Airborne Speedway April 30th 2022

tight racing
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Kyle Coryea

Jessica Powers (52) and Todd Buckwold (631) take it tight through the turn in Sportsman Modified Heat 6 race. It would the season opener for the Airborne Speedway and they would bring in the Dirtcar Sportsman North/East Series with a liquor and wine warehouse presenting the night of racing. The pits would be packed for the opening night of racing as there would be nearly 100 cars in the pits for the dour divisions on the night, Sportsman Modified, Novice Sportsman Modifieds, Renegades, and the 4 Cylinders. We would start the night with the opening ceremonies and honoring once again the 2021 season champions. When the racing got underway we would start with the Sportsman Modified there were six heats and the winners would be David Boisclair, Dave Rodgers, Shane Pecore, Jamy Begor, Zach Buff, and Andrew Buff. Then next up we would have the Renegades for their two heats with wins going to Shawn Duquette and Zack Daniels. Then the Novice Sportsman Modified would have their heat and the win would go to Dale Gonyo. Then the heat racing would end with the 4 cylinders having their two hears and the winners would be Nate and Bill Doner to end the heat racing the night. Although that would not be the end of qualifying as with the large amount of Sportsman Modified they would need three Last Chance Qualifiers to finish out the field for the A-Main and the winners would be Michael Wagner, and Richie Simmons, and Beau Reeves. With all the qualifying down it would be on to the main events of the evening and the first one up would be the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders with last year's champion Nate Smart starting on the pole he would hold upfront and get the first race win of the season but not without stiff competition from Greg Zindler and Nate Harden who would round out the top three. The next main event of the evening would be the showcase event as the Dirtcar Sportsman Modified North/East Series would take to the track for 40 laps with a packed 33 cars starting. After a few opening lap crashes the cars would be pulled to the pits and the rest of the evening would be postponed as they deemed the track unsafe as drivers were unable to see the car in front of them with the dust spray. The rest of the event including the Sportsman Modified race will be rescheduled to a later date. The Airborne Speedway will be back in action next weekend May 7th with the return of the 358 Modifieds. Gallery

for the lead
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Kyle Coryea

It would be a battle for the lead and win in the Renegades heat as Shawn Duquette and Tyler Irwin would go side by side with the win going to Shawn Duquette. Gallery

Dirtcar Sportsman North/East Series presented by Liquior and Wine Warehouse April 30th 2022

Dirtcar Racing Airborne Speedway
four wide racing
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Kyle Coryea

It would be some four-wide racing through turns 1 and 2 of the 4 cylinders main between Greg Zindler (46), Nate Harden (125), (65), and Caleb Tourville (42) as the high for a top 3 finish on opening night. It would the season opener for the Airborne Speedway and they would bring in the Dirtcar Sportsman North/East Series with a liquor and wine warehouse presenting the night of racing. The pits would be packed for the opening night of racing as there would be nearly 100 cars in the pits for the dour divisions on the night, Sportsman Modified, Novice Sportsman Modifieds, Renegades, and the 4 Cylinders. We would start the night with the opening ceremonies and honoring once again the 2021 season champions. When the racing got underway we would start with the Sportsman Modified there were six heats and the winners would be David Boisclair, Dave Rodgers, Shane Pecore, Jamy Begor, Zach Buff, and Andrew Buff. Then next up we would have the Renegades for their two heats with wins going to Shawn Duquette and Zack Daniels. Then the Novice Sportsman Modified would have their heat and the win would go to Dale Gonyo. Then the heat racing would end with the 4 cylinders having their two hears and the winners would be Nate and Bill Doner to end the heat racing the night. Although that would not be the end of qualifying as with the large amount of Sportsman Modified they would need three Last Chance Qualifiers to finish out the field for the A-Main and the winners would be Michael Wagner, and Richie Simmons, and Beau Reeves. With all the qualifying down it would be on to the main events of the evening and the first one up would be the Taylor Rental 4 Cylinders with last year's champion Nate Smart starting on the pole he would hold upfront and get the first race win of the season but not without stiff competition from Greg Zindler and Nate Harden who would round out the top three. The next main event of the evening would be the showcase event as the Dirtcar Sportsman Modified North/East Series would take to the track for 40 laps with a packed 33 cars starting. After a few opening lap crashes the cars would be pulled to the pits and the rest of the evening would be postponed as they deemed the track unsafe as drivers were unable to see the car in front of them with the dust spray. The rest of the event including the Sportsman Modified race will be rescheduled to a later date. The Airborne Speedway will be back in action next weekend May 7th with the return of the 358 Modifieds. Gallery

Dirtcar Racing: Mohawk International Raceway Mohawk Nationals Night #2 Presented by Good Leaf Dispensary September 17th 2021

using the highside
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Kyle Coryea

Dave Rodgers (144) would use the highside to his advantage and get the win for the sweep on the weekend. It would be the second night of the Mohawk Nationals presented by Good Leaf Dispensary and on the card for the night would be the Dirtcar Pro Stocks, Sportsman Modified, Mod Lites, and 4 Cylinders. First up for the main events would be the 4 Cylinders and they would put on a show with the class of the field be Tony Frezzeo and Francis White and they would beat and bang down the stretch and the win would go to Francis White. Next up would be the Mod Lites and for the second night in a row the winner would be Tucker Halladay but he would have to hold off a top contender in Kyle Demo. Then we would have the 35 laps Dirtcar Pro Stock event and it would be a show between Kevin Featherley and Craig Jesseo, Featherley would lead the first half of the race until there was an issue with the car and then Craig Jesseo would take the lead and then cruise to the victory. Then to finish off the night of racing for the year at the Mohawk International Raceway would be the Sportsman Modified and once again it would be the Dave Rodgers show as he would get the sweep on the weekend and close out the year of racing at the Mohawk International Raceway. Gallery

the battles on
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Kyle Coryea

The battle would be on as they are coming to checkered flag as they would beat and bang off of the turn and Francis White would beat him to strip for the win. Gallery

Mohawk International Raceway Mohawk Nationals Night #2 presented by Good Leaf September 18th 2021

Dirtcar Racing
leader of the pack
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Kyle Coryea

Craig Jesseo would lead the pack in the Dirtcar Pro Stock Series event and get the 35 lap victory. It would be the second night of the Mohawk Nationals presented by Good Leaf Dispensary and on the card for the night would be the Dirtcar Pro Stocks, Sportsman Modified, Mod Lites, and 4 Cylinders. First up for the main events would be the 4 Cylinders and they would put on a show with the class of the field be Tony Frezzeo and Francis White and they would beat and bang down the stretch and the win would go to Francis White. Next up would be the Mod Lites and for the second night in a row the winner would be Tucker Halladay but he would have to hold off a top contender in Kyle Demo. Then we would have the 35 laps Dirtcar Pro Stock event and it would be a show between Kevin Featherley and Craig Jesseo, Featherley would lead the first half of the race until there was an issue with the car and then Craig Jesseo would take the lead and then cruise to the victory. Then to finish off the night of racing for the year at the Mohawk International Raceway would be the Sportsman Modified and once again it would be the Dave Rodgers show as he would get the sweep on the weekend and close out the year of racing at the Mohawk International Raceway. Gallery

Dirtcar Racing: Mohawk International Raceway Mohawk Nationals Night #1 Presented by St Lawerence Radiology September 17th 2021

pulling away
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Kyle Coryea

Dave Rodgers (144) using the high side to his advantage to get his first Mohawk International Raceway victory. It would be night #1 of the Mohawk Nationals presented by St. Lawerence Radiology with the Dirtcar 358 Modified Series, Sportsman Modified, Mod Lites, and Super Stock. Just as hot laps were wrapping a rainstorm would come through it would only last 30 minutes but in that time it would dump a ton of water on the track but the track crew would not give up as they would get to work right after the rain went through and we would eventually get back on the track as the racing would start around 11 pm. The first race out on the track would also be a main inside of the Super Stock division and the track would definitely still be a little moisture still in the track as they would have issues keeping the cars under control doing the best in the wet would be Tyler Bushey bringing home the victory. Next up as far as the mains would be the Mod Lites and you would see a return to the track familiar one in victory lane as Tucker Halliday would get the 20 lap win. Then to track would be the 358 Modified Series for a 60 lap event and getting the lead off the start is Ryan Barlett. He would be able to hold the lead to lap 30 when he made a mistake and Erick Rudolph capitalize and took the lead. Although he would not be able to cruise away and hide as Billy Dunn and Tim Fuller would be hard-charging trying to take it away but Erick Rudolph would hold on for the win. Then the last race of the night/morning would be Sportsman Modified in the 8th annual Pete Mitchell memorial event. Corey Castell would take the lead off the start of the 54 lap race. On lap 14 Dave Rodgers would use a lapper a pick and take the leade over Castell. From there Dave Rodgers would be in control for his first at the Mohawk International Raceway but that would not be without challenge Dan Rombough and Ryan Shanhann with that racing would come to end at about three in the morning and it would be quick rest and onto night #2 at mohawk nationals. Gallery

in class by himself
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Kyle Coryea

Tyler Bushey (15x) would be the class of the field in the Super Stock/Street Stock Showdown. Gallery

Mohawk International Raceway Mohawk Nationals Night #1 presented by St. Lawerence Radiology September 17th 2021

Dirtcar Racing
the race is on
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Kyle Coryea

Erick Rudolph (25) leads the hard-charging Billy Dunn (49) during the 75 lap Dirtcar 358 Modified Series event. It would be night #1 of the Mohawk Nationals presented by St. Lawerence Radiology with the Dirtcar 358 Modified Series, Sportsman Modified, Mod Lites, and Super Stock. Just as hot laps were wrapping a rainstorm would come through it would only last 30 minutes but in that time it would dump a ton of water on the track but the track crew would not give up as they would get to work right after the rain went through and we would eventually get back on the track as the racing would start around 11 pm. The first race out on the track would also be a main inside of the Super Stock division and the track would definitely still be a little moisture still in the track as they would have issues keeping the cars under control doing the best in the wet would be Tyler Bushey bringing home the victory. Next up as far as the mains would be the Mod Lites and you would see a return to the track familiar one in victory lane as Tucker Halliday would get the 20 lap win. Then to track would be the 358 Modified Series for a 60 lap event and getting the lead off the start is Ryan Barlett. He would be able to hold the lead to lap 30 when he made a mistake and Erick Rudolph capitalize and took the lead. Although he would not be able to cruise away and hide as Billy Dunn and Tim Fuller would be hard-charging trying to take it away but Erick Rudolph would hold on for the win. Then the last race of the night/morning would be Sportsman Modified in the 8th annual Pete Mitchell memorial event. Corey Castell would take the lead off the start of the 54 lap race. On lap 14 Dave Rodgers would use a lapper a pick and take the leade over Castell. From there Dave Rodgers would be in control for his first at the Mohawk International Raceway but that would not be without challenge Dan Rombough and Ryan Shanhann with that racing would come to end at about three in the morning and it would be quick rest and onto night #2 at mohawk nationals. Gallery

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