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Hoosier Tire Weekly Championship Racing Update, July 28-30

August is upon us!

The front runners remained at the top of the leaderboard for another week: Peter Britten (DIRTcar Big Block Modified),  Jordan McCreadie (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:

Albany-Saratoga Speedway

Demetrios Drellos scored the win after taking the lead in his DIRTcar Big Block Modified.
(Photo: Mark Brown)

Tim Hartman recorded the win after charging from 22nd place in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Mark Brown)


Brandon Emigh won his first DIRTcar Pro Stock Feature since 2019, charging up from ninth place.
(Photo: Mark Brown)

Brewerton Speedway

Amy Holland captured her first career DIRTcar Big Block Modified victory.
(Photo: Mike Johnson)


Brandon Carvey won his third DIRTcar Sportsman Feature on a last lap pass.
(Photo: Mike Johnson)


Can-Am Speedway

Jordan McCreadie notched the win in his DIRTcar 358 Modified after taking the lead on Lap 16.
(Photo: Track Photo)


Gavin Eisele nabbed his second DIRTcar Sportsman win.
(Photo: Track Photo)

Glen Ridge Motorsports Park

Billy Dunn scored the win in the DIRTcar 358 Modified makeup Feature from May 7th.
(Photo: Post-Time Photography)

Lance Willix scored another win in his DIRTcar 358 Modified.
(Photo: Track Photo)

Andrew Buff notched the win in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Track Photo)


Luke Horning nabbed the win in his DIRTcar Pro Stock.
(Photo: Track Photo)

Ransomville Speedway

Reigning DIRTcar 358 Modified track champion Mat Williamson took the checkers for the fifth time this season.
(Photo: Track Photo)

Nelson Mason survived a tight battle against Kyle Richner to score the win in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Tom Stevens)

Weedsport Speedway

Matt Sheppard took advantage of a late race caution to notch a victory at Weedsport Speedway.
(Photo: Alex Bruce)

Series Racing:

The Super DIRTcar Series returned to Canada for the first time in four seasons for three nights of racing. Erick Rudolph took the victory on night one at Autodrome Drummond in the 75-lap, $7,500-to-win, showcase.

Mike Mahaney won on night two in the 75-lap, $10,000-to-win, showcase, locking himself in to a starting spot in Super DIRT Week 51.

Rain outs:

Autodrome Drummond, Brockville-Ontario Speedway, Fulton Speedway, Lebanon Valley, and Merrittville Speedway were all rained out.


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