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Jesse Love (right) earned a podium finish at Jacksonville Speedway on Friday night. (Brendon Bauman photo)

Speed Week Diary: Rain And A Podium Finish

Friday night's POWRi race at Jacksonville Speedway was a huge boost of confidence for me, as we scored a podium finish in just my third race with Keith Kunz Motorsports!
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Heavy Rains Force Macon POWRi Cancellation

For the second straight season, heavy rains have forced the cancellation of POWRi’s Illinois Speed Week event at Macon Speedway.

Seavey Does It Again At Jacksonville

Continuing his historic hot streak on Friday night, Logan Seavey led all 25 laps of the POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League makeup feature from April 28 to score a dominant victory at Jacksonville Speedway.

Speed Week Diary: Solid Start For Love

Hey guys, Jesse here, and it was definitely an interesting first night for us to open POWRi Illinois Speed Week at Fayette County Speedway.
Logan Seavey (POWRi photo)

Seavey Keeps Rolling In Illinois

As the sixth annual Illinois Speed Week kicked off on Thursday night at Fayette County Speedway, with Logan Seavey continuing his dominance of POWRi Lucas Oil National Midget League competition
Cannon McIntosh. (Jacob Seelman photo)

Driver Diary: Getting To Know Cannon McIntosh

This is Cannon McIntosh, and I'm excited to be able to give all of you guys a little look into what it's like for our family team as we race up and down the road this year.
Jesse Love. (Jacob Seelman photo)

Speed Week Diary: Jesse Love Raring To Go!

Hi guys, my name is Jesse Love and I’m 14 years old.
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POWRi Speed Week Opener Rained Out

The scheduled opening night of the the sixth annual POWRi Illinois SPEED Week at Belle-Clair Speedway has been cancelled due to inclement weather.

POWRi Gearing Up For Illinois Speedweek

The most electric week of the year for POWRi Racing is only a few days away.

Golobic Doubles Down At Placerville

Shane Golobic won both the midget and sprint car features at the Placerville Speedway on Saturday night
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Gravel Goes Flag To Flag At Wilmot

David Gravel’s hometown is about 1,000 miles away from Wilmot Raceway, yet he’s starting to consider the Wisconsin raceway his new home track


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