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Hoosier Tire Weekly Championship Racing Update, June 16-18

We’re headed towards the midpoint of the season!

The leaders in each division kept their leads as another weekend of local track racing is complete.

Peter Britten (DIRTcar Big Block Modified), Lance Willix II (DIRTcar 358 Modified), Andrew Buff (DIRTcar Sportsman), and Luke Horning (DIRTcar Pro Stocks) lead their respective divisions.

Here are some of the latest winners with links to stories about each race:

Brockville-Ontario Speedway

Kyle Dingwall scored his first DIRTcar 358 Modified win of the year and his 19th track victory of his career.
(Photo: Rick Young)

Bobby Herrington scored his second DIRTcar Sportsman victory of the season and 22nd track victory of his career.
(Photo: Rick Young)


Fulton Speedway

Derek Webb recorded his first career DIRTcar 358 Modified win.
(Photo: John Meloling)


Defending track champion Andrew Buff logged another victory in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: John Meloling)

Glen Ridge Motorsports Park

Jordan McCreadie scored his first career DIRTcar 358 Modified win.
(Photo: Track Photo)


16-year old Derrick McGrew Jr. won a tough battle against Andrew Buff to take home the checkers in the DIRTcar Sportsman East Region matchup.
(Photo: Track Photo)


Shawn Perez Jr. drove himself to Victory Lane in his DIRTcar Pro Stock.
(Photo: Track Photo)

Humberstone Speedway

Justin Sharp took home the checkers in his DIRTcar Sportsman to open up the season at Humberstone Speedway.
(Photo: Steve Ruddy)


Land of Legends Raceway

Zack Sobotka delivered a stellar performance on his way to victory in his DIRTcar Big Block Modified.
(Photo: Track Photo)


Nicholas Root was the victor in the DIRTcar Sportsman Feature.
(Photo: Nick Meko)


Merrittville Speedway

Cody McPherson charged from 12th place to notch another victory in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Alex Bruce)


Thunder Mountain Speedway

Jordan Millard put on a show, charging from 10th to victory in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Quentin Young)



Series Racing:

The Super DIRTcar Series competed at Albany-Saratoga Speedway on Tues., June 13 where Chris Hile scored his first Series win and took home a $7,500 payday. The next Series matchup is Mon., July 3 at Land of Legends Raceway in Canandaigua, NY. It will be a 70-lap,  $7,500-to-win, showcase event.

Rain outs:

Albany-Saratoga, Autodrome Drummond, Bear Ridge Speedway, Brewerton Speedway, Can-Am Speedway, Lebanon Valley, and Ransomville Speedway were rained out.

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