Devin McLeod gets wrecked out of the B-Main event for the Big Money 100 while driving for Dan Snyder Racing. A special thanks goes out to Protein to go and King Distributors for all the help during the Big Money 100.
Devin McLeod, Showtime Speedway - April 20th, 2013
After a 4th place qualifying effort, and only being .070 off of the pole
position; Devin McLeod started the feature from the outside of the front
row. Early on in the race Devin gave the leader, LJ Grimm, all he could
handle and was very close to taking the lead on the outside. After 35 green
flag laps, Devin came home with a sold 3rd place finish.
Motorcycle breaks in half at the Indy Mile Flat Track - WW #2
After Nichole Chezas bike slips out from under her Chase Sconyers has no
where to go and collides with Chezas motorcycle, sending chase flying over
his handlebars. This is an extremely dramatic crash and it is very lucky
that all riders have recovered and are ok.
Check back each week for more WRECK WEDNESDAY carnage!!!
Charlotte Motor Speedway - Legends Big Money 100 (08.02.11)
The USLCI Big Money 100 for legends cars was run at Charlotte Motor
Speedway on August 2nd, 2011.
This is the entire race minus the first 10-12 laps, due to a camera setting
error. The only thing that happened was a spin by Legends Million winner
Daniel Hemric. Race was picked up on the first caution's restart.
Congrats to Kyle Plott (4) on the $25,000 win!
Big thank to mcandrew317 for doing the filming for me while I was working
in the pits for LN. Check out his YouTube channel for crazy videos!
CNN Presents: Dirt Track Warriors
With 800 tracks in 49 states, 30 million fans, and a billion dollars a year
in revenue, dirt track racing is the biggest sport you've never heard of.
In this energetic hour, CNN takes you inside this full-speed world of "bad
fast" cars to meet the stars, watch the races, and join the millions for
whom dirt track racing is a way of life. Before NASCAR became the largest
growing spectator sport in the nation, drivers raced on dirt - and still
do. In tracks across the country, competitors ranging from long-timers to
weekend warriors, local mechanics to consummate pros race roaring racing
machines engineered nearly from scratch before legions of committed fans