Persistent Unzicker Wins Tri-City

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Persistent Unzicker Survives Tri-City for $10,000 Victory 


GRANITE CITY, IL — Surviving high-speed, rugged conditions after a wet week in Illinois, Ryan Unzicker of El Paso, IL, regained the lead from Brian Shirley on the 20th lap and led the rest of the way Friday at Tri-City Speedway. Unzicker earned $10,000 for his 10th career DIRTcar Summer Nationals victory.



Rain Takes Jacksonville, Spoon River Postponed



Rain Takes Jacksonville Speedway, Spoon River Postponed until June 25


The DIRTcar Summer Nationals event at Jacksonville Speedway on June 20th was cut short following heat racing due to rain. Details on a possible make-up date will be release when available. Track officials ask fans to please save their passes for a reschedule of tonight's event or credit towards any event excluding the World of Outlaws events on June 27.


The event originally set for Spoon River Speedway (IL) on June 21 will now take place June 25.


Keep up to date with DIRTcar Summer Nationals on social media at @SummerNationals on Twitter and on Facebook.

June 19th Event at Belle-Clair Rained Out



The June 19th Event at Belle-Clair Speedway is Rained Out


Details will be release when available. Stay up to date with the DIRTcar Summer Nationals on social media @SummerNationals on Twitter and Fracebook.

Legends Week Preview: Things to Watch For



DIRTcar Summer Nationals Legend Week Preview


CONCORD, NC — June 18, 2018 — The 2018 DIRTcar Summer Nationals and Summit Racing Equipment Modified Nationals are in full swing. The Northern Kickoff Week saw amazing runs by tour veterans and strong challenges by newcomers amid one of the strongest tour fields in recent memory. As we look ahead to Legends Week here are some of the things and drivers to watch for in the Summer Nationals.


Moyer Takes Win 97 at Plymouth


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Billy Moyer Wins Northern Kick Off Finale at Plymouth Speedway


PLYMOUTH, Ind. (June 17) — Billy Moyer finally had enough of Shannon Babb hogging the DIRTcar Summer Nationals spotlight.


The 60-year-old Moyer broke through for his first victory of the 2018 Hell Tour in Sunday night’s40-lap feature at Plymouth Speedway, earning $5,000 for a hard-fought triumph that snapped Babb’s three-race win streak and moved him closer to becoming the first driver to reach the 100-win plateau on the grueling series.