Davis is golden in quests for IMCA state, Red River Modified Tour championships

EUNICE, N.M. – Cory Davis went on the road to win one championship. He raced closer to home to win another. The Eunice, N.M., topped point standings for the May 25-31 Red River IMCA Modified Tour, collecting the checkers at Heart O’ Texas Speedway and 281 Speedway and finishing no worse than seventh in five series starts. “I’d followed the tour last year and had raced at all of the tracks except Big O Speedway before. Winning is what we went out there for but I never expected to win back-to-back features,” he said. “Obviously, winning the tour championship meant a lot to us. Being the first person on the tour to win two in a row was neat, too.” Teammate of defending tour champion Chris Elliott, Davis had shown how fast he was getting around the Waco oval in winning the Dirt Dominator and $10,000 last fall. “The competition on the tour is pretty stiff. I like how we get to travel and have fun racing at different tracks,” he said. “A lot of [Read More]


Friday’s IMCA Modified Blowout at US 36 pays $1,500 to win

OSBORN, Mo. – As the season starts to come to a close with only two points nights remaining, US 36 Raceway has a lot going on this Friday, Aug. 2. Headlining the night is the Modified Blowout presented by Lent Prints. IMCA Modifieds are racing for $1,500 to win along with a 2020 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth, while both the IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars and Karl Kustoms Northern SportMods race for $1,000 to win. The night will also feature Miller Welding Public Safety Night. All public safety workers get free admission to the night’s event. This includes police officers, firefighters, nurses, doctors, EMTs, correctional officers, current military and veterans. US 36 has more to offer as it is also Back to School Night. US 36 will be giving away backpacks of school supplies. School supply donations are being accepted to help fill those backpacks. Several bikes will also be given away. To add to the fun, there will also be a face painting station.  The pits open at 5 p.m. and the grandstands [Read More]