Sisson is Sunday IMCA Mod Lite star at Winterfest

LEWISBURG, Tenn. (Feb. 18, 2024) – Other than the fact he didn’t win, Cody Sisson was fuzzy on the details of his finish the only other time he raced at Duck River Raceway Park, eight years ago. Odds are that he’ll remember everything about his Sunday showing there. Sisson dominated the second half of the 30-lapper for Stealth Racing IMCA STARS Mod Lites in collecting the $3,000 Winterfest checkers. “It’s a career-best payday for us,” said Sisson, a nine-year veteran of the class and from Talbott, a 3-1/2 hour hoof to the east, “and we’ve worked hard for it.” On board the RB Motorsports car out of Steubenville, Ohio, for the fourth season, Sisson started the Tennessee Mod Lite Racing Association main event from fourth, took over third early on and then moved to second following a lap six restart. He passed for the lead on lap 11 and was never challenged. “We ran the last half of the race in lapped traffic,” he said, “and had about a straightaway lead toward the end.” Logan [Read More]


Tennessee sanction is first for IMCA STARS Mod Lites 

CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (Jan. 16, 2023) – The second season of competition for the Tennessee Mod Lite Racing Association will be its first under the IMCA sanction.  Seventeen race dates at four tracks in Tennessee, and a fifth in Kentucky, are scheduled during the 2023 IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing point season. Sanctioned events in both states will be the first for the IMCA STARS Mod Lite division.  Home track Clarksville Speedway hosts eight of those shows, starting with opening night on March 10. Lexington 104 Speedway and Camden Speedway each have three dates, Crossville Speedway two and Kentucky’s Paducah International Raceway one. “We like being part of a national organization. Everything with IMCA is straight up front,” said Series Director Eddie Campbell. “Our drivers will have the benefits of IMCA membership, including insurance, and can race for series, state and national points.” “They have the opportunity to go out of state and race at other IMCA tracks knowing their car will be legal because the rules will be the same,” he continued.  Branded as the [Read More]