No. 3: Viva El Presidente!

January 3, 2015 0 Comments
No. 3: Viva El Presidente!

(Today we continue the countdown of the top 10 storylines of 2014 at Quincy Raceways. This is No. 3) Tony Dunker is much like a lightning rod — of controversy. He’s one of the top drivers in track history — and not afraid to tell you. He loves social media and is not afraid to […]

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No. 4: DeLonjay … and destiny?

January 3, 2015 0 Comments
No. 4: DeLonjay … and destiny?

(Today we continue the countdown of the top 10 storylines of 2014 at Quincy Raceways. This is No. 4) No driver in any of Quincy Raceways’ marquee classes has started his career like Steven DeLonjay. Not guys named Burgtorf, Fraise or … even his dad, Hank DeLonjay. Steven DeLonjay won four (consecutive) modified championships by […]

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No. 5: The Master leaves his Mark

January 3, 2015 0 Comments
No. 5: The Master leaves his Mark

(Today we continue the countdown of the top 10 storylines of 2014 at Quincy Raceways. This is No. 5) I think it’s safe to say we knew it was coming. We just didn’t know when. Mark Burgtorf had been sitting on 14 late model track championships since 2007. No. 15 finally arrived in 2014 when […]

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No. 6: An old friend turns the big 4-oh

December 26, 2014 1 Comment
No. 6: An old friend turns the big 4-oh

(Today we continue the countdown of the top 10 storylines of 2014 at Quincy Raceways. This is No. 6) Where have the years gone? For that matter, where have the decades gone? Our favorite home away from home, Quincy Raceways, celebrated its 40th birthday in 2014. The party lasted an entire season. For me, the […]

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No. 7: Who, if anyone, will emerge?

December 26, 2014 3 Comments
No. 7: Who, if anyone, will emerge?

(Today we continue the countdown of the top 10 storylines of 2014 at Quincy Raceways. This is No. 7) Abe Huls, the Honest One, continued his stranglehold on the stock car series in 2014, securing a second straight and third overall track championship. And until about a week ago, it was almost a given that […]

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No. 8: The only race was for second

December 24, 2014 0 Comments
No. 8: The only race was for second

(Today we continue the countdown of the top 10 storylines of 2014 at Quincy Raceways. This is No. 8.) Almost since Austen Becerra burst on to the sport compact scene at Quincy Raceways he has been the driver to beat. Becerra’s domination has been so thorough that on most Sunday nights the only real was […]

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No. 9: Hall of a class

December 24, 2014 0 Comments
No. 9: Hall of a class

(Today we continue the countdown of the top 10 storylines of 2014 at Quincy Raceways. This is No. 9.) One of the most hotly debated subjects each summer at the track is who will make up the next class of inductees for the Quincy Raceways Hall of Fame. Invariably, as soon as the next class […]

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No. 10: Wietholder’s streak ends

December 19, 2014 1 Comment
No. 10: Wietholder’s streak ends

(Today we start the countdown of the top 10 storylines of 2014 at Quincy Raceways.) I think we all thought he was invincible, but in 2014 Dave Wietholder showed us he was human. Wietholder saw his streak of consecutive features started come to an end, but it was not because of a crash or faulty […]

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Hey-y-y-y-y-y, Ab-b-b-b-b-bott!!

December 19, 2014 0 Comments
Hey-y-y-y-y-y, Ab-b-b-b-b-bott!!

For those old enough to recall, I’m sure you remember some of those Bud Abbott and Lou Costello comedies being pure classic entertainment. My favorite moment was always when Costello would scream, “Hey-y-y-y-y-y, Ab-b-b-b-bott!!!” That, I think, is what most of the 2015 sport compact field will be yelling next season. Quincy Raceways has never […]

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Can ‘The Snake’ take the title?

December 17, 2014 3 Comments
Can ‘The Snake’ take the title?

So what will be the big stock-car story in 2015? I’ll give you two choices: 1. Will the series survive? I certainly hope so. I love the stock cars — but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t worried. Three times in the last four seasons, the average weekly car count has been under […]

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