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Hoosier Tire Weekly Championship Racing Update, June 30-July 2

Another week of DIRTcar Northeast racing has come and gone!

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 after the first weekend of July racing.

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

Airborne Speedway:

Johnathan Toohill took the checkers for his first career DIRTcar Sportsman win.
(Photo: Billy Jo Branham)


Albany-Saratoga Speedway:

Demetrios Drellos scored his second win of the season in his DIRTcar Big Block Modified.
(Photo: Mark Brown)


Derek McGrew charged from 10th place to capture the victory in the first DIRTcar Sportsman Feature.
(Photo: Mark Brown)


Tim Hartman picked up his first win of the season in the second DIRTcar Sportsman Feature.
(Photo: Mark Brown)


Rich Crane picked up his first win of the season after starting on the pole in the DIRTcar Pro Stock race.
(Photo: Mark Brown)

Bear Ridge Speedway

After starting in the second row, Jason Gray went on to notch the win in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Creative Outbursts)

Brewerton Speedway:

After taking the lead on Lap 26, Tim Sears Jr. went on to capture the win in his DIRTcar Big Block Modified.
(Photo: Brian Nacewicz)

Brandon Carvey cruised to his second win of the year in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Brian Nacewicz)

Can-Am Speedway:

Billy Dunn scored his first victory in over a year in his DIRTcar 358 Modified.
(Photo: Turn4Photos)


Tyler Stevenson won his battle against Kyle Devendorf to capture his first DIRTcar Sportsman Series win.
(Photo: Dean Reynolds)


Lebanon Valley Speedway

Andy Bachetti scored another win in his DIRTcar Big Block Modified.
(Photo: Mark Brown)


Frank Twing scored the win in his DIRTcar Pro Stock.
(Photo: Mark Brown)

Merrittville Speedway:

Cody McPherson regained the lead on the last lap coming off Turn 4 for a DIRTcar Sportsman Series victory.
(Photo: Dean Reynolds)


Orange County Fair Speedway

Tyler Boniface captured the win in his DIRTcar 358 Modified.
(Photo: Mark Traverse)


Ransomville Speedway

Erick Rudolph nabbed the victory in his DIRTcar 358 Modified.
(Photo: Tom Stevens)

After starting on the front row, Derek Wagner crossed the finish line first in his DIRTcar Sportsman.
(Photo: Tom Stevens)

Thunder Mountain Speedway:

TJ Frost took the checkers in the DIRTcar Sportsman Feature.
(Photo: Quentin Young)

Series Racing:

The Super DIRTcar Series returned to Orange County Fair Speedway on Wed., July 5, in a 75-lap, $7,500-to-win, showcase where Matt Sheppard took the checkers. They will head south to Pennsylvania to compete at Big Diamond Speedway on Tues., July 11. It will be a 75-lap, $7,500-to-win, showcase.

Rain outs:

Autodrome Drummond, Brockville-Ontario Speedway, Glen Ridge Motorsports Park, Humberstone Speedway, and Land of Legends were all rained out.

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