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Super Dirt Week XLVII - Oswego Speedway - October 7th 2018

Dirtcar Racing
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Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Larry Wight (99L) and Jimmy Phelps (98H) battle for the lead during the Billy Whitaker 200 in the big block modified race at Super Dirt Week. It would be the final day of Super Dirt Week XLVII and the features would be the main course of the day. In the first race of the day it would be the Chevy Performance 75 for the Sportsman Modified and the eventual winner would be Shane Pecore after a last lap pass on Robert Bublack to get the win and cash in on the 4,000 dollar paycheck. Next up on the day would be the Dirtcar Pro Stock 50. This race would also come down to a last lap pass but even better as C.D. Beauchamp would pass Chuck Dumblewski coming off turn four and cash in on the 2,000 dollar paycheck. That would only leave one race left on the day and that would be the Bill Whitaker Car and Truxs 200. It would be a great race up front all day between Jimmy Phelps and Larry Wight battling for the lead all day long. The eventual winner would be Larry Wight as Jimmy Phelps had to make late race pitstop for a tire issue. Although that would not end the race as Stewart Friesen would battle to the end to try and deny the win for Larry Wight. With the win Larry Wight would win first Super Dirt Week and cash in the 50,000.

Super Dirt Week XLVII - Oswego Speedway - October 7th 2018

battle for the lead
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Shane Pecore (0) looks to the high side and attempts to get by Robert Bublack (27b) as they battle for the lead. It would be the final day of Super Dirt Week XLVII and the features would be the main course of the day. In the first race of the day it would be the Chevy Performance 75 for the Sportsman Modified and the eventual winner would be Shane Pecore after a last lap pass on Robert Bublack to get the win and cash in on the 4,000 dollar paycheck. Next up on the day would be the Dirtcar Pro Stock 50. This race would also come down to a last lap pass but even better as C.D. Beauchamp would pass Chuck Dumblewski coming off turn four and cash in on the 2,000 dollar paycheck. That would only leave one race left on the day and that would be the Bill Whitaker Car and Truxs 200. It would be a great race up front all day between Jimmy Phelps and Larry Wight battling for the lead all day long. The eventual winner would be Larry Wight as Jimmy Phelps had to make late race pitstop for a tire issue. Although that would not end the race as Stewart Friesen would battle to the end to try and deny the win for Larry Wight. With the win Larry Wight would win first Super Dirt Week and cash in the 50,000. Gallery

to the wire
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Kyle Coryea

C.D. Beauchamp (88) waiting in the wing as he follows Chuck Dumblewski (7d) looking for an opening and would eventually get the win. Gallery

Rene Repair Enduro - Airborne Park Speedway - September 29th 2018

off the track
Photo By: 
Kyle Coryea

Howard Blow (26) would jump the bank and slam into the disabled car of Rachel Dumas (511) causing race ending damage to both cars. It would be the season finale at Airborne Park Speedway and as in years past they would end with the enduro. This year there would be 98 cars that would take part in the event. It would be on a very dry track that would see alot of dust making people vision difficult out there. Richie Turner the winner on the day or so it seemed took the lead around lap 100 and would cross the line as the winner. Although the victory would be short lived cause a tire issue would cost him the win during tech. The winner of the event would eventual be Trevor Jaques. Gallery

turned around
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Kyle Coryea

Tyler Atwell (333) spins in front of the feild causing Caleb Tourville (42) Adam Stickles (27s) and Andy Botala (941) to scatter to avoid him. Gallery

Robin Branham Crash for Cancer Enduro Airborne Park Speedway September 30th 2017

hang on
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Kyle Coryea

(68) would catch the bank and that would be all she wrote as she take flight and do one complete rollover. It would be the second annual Robin Branham Crash for Cancer Enduro at Airborne Park Speedway. There would be a total of 93 cars that would take the green flag for the 150 lap race. When the dust would settle and the checker flag would fly there would be 8 cars still running on the track. There would be multiple red flags on the day to check on drivers and tend to overturned cars. Through it all Brian Pugh would keep his nose the cleanest of all avoid a few close calls and be crowned the eventual winner. Gallery

side by side
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Kyle Coryea

(21) would get an assist from (161) as he would go through the corner and loops it around and ends up over the bank. Gallery