All-time rankings update: Stock cars

October 14, 2015 0 Comments
All-time rankings update: Stock cars

Abe Huls has strengthened his hold on the No. 1 position in the all-time stock car rankings and Beau Taylor has moved into the top 10. Huls’ third-place points finish in 2015 allowed him to pull farther ahead of No. 2 Terry Houston, who did not race this season. Huls and Houston are the only […]

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All-time rankings update: Sport compacts

October 12, 2015 0 Comments
All-time rankings update: Sport compacts

Kim Abbott’s 2015 track title has catapulted her to No. 1 in the all-time sport compact and four-cylinder rankings. Abbott’s three straight runner-up finishes (2012-14) also helped boost her into the top spot over the likes of two-time track champ Austen Becerra, who is now a part of the sport mod division. SPORT COMPACTS ALL-TIME […]

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Long adds to list of honors

October 11, 2015 0 Comments
Long adds to list of honors

A track championship, the Dirty Thirty rankings title and now the DIRT-y Driver of the Year for the modified series. It’s been quite a season for Michael Long. Online fans of Long have voted him the overwhelming driver of the year in the mod division. Long raked in a whopping 60.8 percent of the vote […]

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Top two set standard, but company’s coming

October 8, 2015 0 Comments
Top two set standard, but company’s coming

Track points, especially over the course of several seasons, are indicative of a driver’s prolonged success. And you need to look no further than the sport mod division at Quincy Raceways to see proof. Tony Dunker and Tanner Klingele have been the most successful drivers over the first four-plus years of this still-developing series. So […]

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Rivalry should continue

October 8, 2015 0 Comments
Rivalry should continue

We may have witnessed the budding of a new rivalry at Quincy Raceways this season — Kim Abbott vs. Brandon Lambert. Those two drivers completely overwhelmed the sport compact division. Abbott dominated the first half of the season and Lambert the second. Abbott wound up holding on for her first track title — and the […]

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It’s been a Hul of a ride for Abe in the stock cars

October 8, 2015 0 Comments
It’s been a Hul of a ride for Abe in the stock cars

This season was a microcosm of Abe Huls’ stock car career at Quincy Raceways. Huls ran 15 features at the Bullring in 2015 and finished below second just once — in third place. He also missed a week due to vacation. Honest Abe was easily the most dominant driver at the track, which he has […]

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The Ironmen of the Bullring

October 7, 2015 1 Comment
The Ironmen of the Bullring

We call it the “Ring of Iron,” and it’s one of the more exclusive clubs at Quincy Raceways. The Ironmen — and women — are those drivers who manage to keep their cars on the track for every feature lap in a particular season, and that includes points and non-points events. Obviously, it’s not easy. […]

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Gower rules DIRT-y Driver of the Year vote

October 6, 2015 0 Comments
Gower rules DIRT-y Driver of the Year vote

Joey Gower fans turned what was expected to be a close ballot into a runaway. Gower is your new Sport Mod DIRT-y Driver of the Year following an online vote that saw him register 46.7 percent of the ballots. Tanner Klingele, who won the 2014 vote, had 22.7 percent. Here’s the breakdown: Joey Gower, 46.7 […]

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‘Is there anything he can’t drive?’

October 4, 2015 1 Comment
‘Is there anything he can’t drive?’

The Quincy Raceways season ended in entertaining fashion Sunday night when Michael Long won the inaugural Race of Champions. Long banged his way past Justin Reed to claim a 10-lap shootout in the final event of the year at 8000 Broadway. The race pitted representatives from each of the five weekly series driving four-cylinder sport […]

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Title streak over, career points lead safe

October 2, 2015 0 Comments
Title streak over, career points lead safe

Steven DeLonjay may have seen his four-year run as modified track champion end, but he still maintains a comfortable lead in career points since that series aligned with UMP in 2009. DeLonjay holds more than a 700-point advantage over Dave Wietholder, who has finished second in points twice in the past three seasons. DeLonjay’s third-place […]

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