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Hoosier Tire Weekly Championship Racing Update, July 7-9

Another week of battling it out for wins and points in the Hoosier Tire Weekly Championship Racing competition is complete!

The front runners are maintaining their lead in their divisions: Peter Britten (DIRTcar Big Block Modified), Lance Willix II (DIRTcar 358 Modified), Andrew Buff (DIRTcar Sportsman), and Luke Horning (DIRTcar Pro Stocks) sit at the top of the leaderboard for another week.

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

Bear Ridge Speedway

James Fadden scored his first season win in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Creative Outbursts)


Brewerton Speedway

Ronnie Davis III won a late race battle and wove through lapped traffic for his first season win in his DIRTcar Big Block Modified.(Photo: Mike Johnson)

Tony Finch cruised to victory over the rest of the field in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Mike Johnson)


Brockville-Ontario Speedway

Bobby Herrington scored the win in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: John Twing)

Can-Am Speedway

Lance Willix II claimed his second season DIRTcar 358 Modified win.
(Photo: Track Phot0)

Mike Fowler scored his first DIRTcar Sportsman victory at Can-Am since August 2021.
(Photo: Track Photo)


Humberstone Speedway

Cody McPherson scored another DIRTcar Sportsman Series victory.
(Photo: Dean Reynolds)


Land of Legends Raceway

Zach Payne scored his first career DIRTcar Big Block Modified victory after a last lap pass on Turn 4.
(Photo: Track Photo)


Defending DIRTcar Sportsman track champion Zach Sobotka capture his first season win.
(Photo: Track Photo)


Lebanon Valley Speedway

Veteran Eddie Marshall notched his first season win in his DIRTcar Big Block Modified.
(Photo: Mark Brown)


Zach Sorrentino notched the win in his DIRTcar Pro Stock.
(Photo: Mark Brown)


Merrittville Speedway

After starting on the pole, Curtis Friesen drove himself to victory in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Steve Ruddy)

Ransomville Speedway

Cody McPherson held off Nelson Mason to notch another DIRTcar Sportsman victory.
(Photo: Tom Stevens)

Thunder Mountain Speedway

Randy Brokaw took the checkers in the DIRTcar Sportsman Feature.
(Photo: Quentin Young)

Series Racing:

The Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds traveled to Big Diamond Speedway in Pottsville, PA on Tues., July 11 for a 75-lap, $7,500-to-win, showcase that saw Anthony Perrego walk away with his first win of the season.

Rain outs:

Airborne Speedway, Albany-Saratoga Speedway, Fulton Speedway, and Glen Ridge Motorsports Park rained out.

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