Sunday starting time is 4 p.m.

April 7, 2014 11 Comments
Sunday starting time is 4 p.m.

Quincy Raceways’ opening night is now an opening afternoon. Track officials said Monday they will move the starting time up to 4 p.m. — this week only — in an effort to make the experience more enjoyable for the fans. “There’s a cold front supposed to be moving in Sunday evening and who knows when […]

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Next practice set for Wednesday

April 7, 2014 0 Comments
Next practice set for Wednesday

Quincy Raceways officials have scheduled a second practice for Wednesday. Track manager Ken Dobson said the .29-mile track at 8000 Broadway will be open 5:30-8:30 p.m. to allow drivers to test and tune their cars. Fans will be admitted free to the grandstand area. Opening night is Sunday with points awarded in all five weekly […]

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No racing this weekend

April 4, 2014 21 Comments
No racing this weekend

The long, racing-less winter will continue one more week. Quincy Raceways promoter Ken Dobson was forced to pull the plug on Sunday night’s scheduled opener because of the ongoing weather problems that have not allowed sufficient time to get the facility in proper racing roder. “Due to the rains over the past few days we […]

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Why fix what ain’t broken?

April 2, 2014 6 Comments
Why fix what ain’t broken?

Those old enough to remember the late Al McGuire will likely remember the NBC college basketball analyst’s favorite saying. “Why fix what ain’t broken?” McGuire liked to tell us. Quincy Raceways’ defending late model track champion, Denny Woodworth, has the same thought process. Woodworth has won two track titles in the past four years and […]

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Deering feels ‘all the pieces are there’

March 31, 2014 0 Comments
Deering feels ‘all the pieces are there’

He’s got a brand new car. And a brand new attitude. Or maybe a brand new level of “confidence” might be a more accurate way of describing Shawn Deering and his approach to the 2014 dirt-track racing season. For the better part of eight years, Deering and that popular No. 16 UMP modified he wheels […]

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Anders thinks Dunker is intimidating to some

March 30, 2014 1 Comment
Anders thinks Dunker is intimidating to some

Bobby Anders was back at the Bullring on Sunday for the first practice of the season. In the past are a 2013 suspension and fine for rough driving. In the future — the very, very near future — awaits what could be a classic duel for the sport mod track championship with the intimidating Tony […]

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This week’s medal winners

March 29, 2014 7 Comments
This week’s medal winners

Gold medal: TEAMFOURBOSS SKIPP WILL FARE WELL…HELL 1/3 OF THE TOP 3 CARS IN THAT CLASS ARE GIRLS ANY QUESTIONS?….CALL KP SR…HE’LL TEXT SKIP…SKIP WILL TELL SAPPP….& I WILL…NOT ANSWER… Silver medal: TEAMFOURBOSS QUALIFYING IT IS KP SR!! YOU GET THE PLAY THE SAME GAME AS LAST YEAR…DOMINATE THE HEAT FROM THE FRONT ROW & […]

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DeLonjay, Dunker can ‘mod’-ify their resumes

March 26, 2014 3 Comments
DeLonjay, Dunker can ‘mod’-ify their resumes

If Steven DeLonjay can drive to another UMP modified track title this season that will make four in a row. Only one other driver in track history has won four consecutive modified championships. Any guesses? Yep, that would be “Hank the Crank” DeLonjay, Steven’s dad. The Crank has been Steven’s crew chief since the youngest […]

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First practice at the Bullring on Sunday

March 25, 2014 15 Comments
First practice at the Bullring on Sunday

Gentlemen — and gentlewomen — get ready to start your engines. The first practice of the preseason at Quincy Raceways is scheduled for 3-7 p.m. Sunday. More dates next will be added in the coming days. Opening night at 8000 Broadway is April 6, with all five weekly racing series — late models, modifieds, sport […]

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New track group continues to work through issues

March 25, 2014 1 Comment
New track group continues to work through issues

Opening night at Quincy Raceways is not far away and first-year track manager Ken Dobson remains confident all systems will be go when the April 6 season opener arrives. There have been a couple of unexpected curveballs thrown, but Dobson and his CILTRAK operating group are confident they can overcome those issues. – Apparently, there […]

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