As I sat adjusting the rabbit ears on my Philco black & white, real wooden cabinet television set last Saturday night, I was starting to panic.
As we embark on a new season of racing, it is safe to say everyone is more than happy to put 2020 in the rear-view mirror.
The Thunder on the Hill series returns to Grandview Speedway in Bechtelsville, Pa., for its 32nd season this year.
In an era when real estate prices and zoning regulations create an uphill battle for a would-be promoter with the desire to carve an oval into a flat parcel of land, erect grandstands and lights, and present exciting family...
Jac Haudenschild making the announcement that he will retire from racing at the end of this season certainly stirs up a lot of thoughts and emotions for me.
It was several years back when I had a conversation with Amy Swindell about homeschooling.
My friends and family might say that I worry too much, which might be part of the reason why I had gray hair at an early age.
The 2021 editions of Speedweeks, Winternationals, the DIRTCar Nationals, and Winter Dirt Games are right around the corner.
I don’t know about you, but I am still amazed that we were able to patch something together that looked and felt a bit like a real season of auto racing in 2020.
Over the past couple of months, you have probably seen the news reports detailing the massive delivery backlog experienced by the U.S. Postal Service in November and December.
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