• September 17, 2021

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Story in Many Pics: Battle at the Border at Vado

The 2020 World of Outlaws Morton Buildings Late Model Series championship dropped the green flag on their season at Vado Speedway Park, from January 2nd through the 5th. Action at the new racing venue was both fast and furious, as national and regional drivers came to town to battle local champions as well. (For all […]Read More

El Paso racer Carney ready for Lucas Oil ASCS National

Firmly entrenched among the top five in Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour points, John Carney II is ready for a weekend triple throughout Iowa and Missouri this weekend aboard the Sander Construction/South Plains Auto Transport/Mesilla Valley Transportation No. J2 Sprint Car. The action begins with Carney’s first visit to West Burlington, Iowa’s 34 Raceway on […]Read More

El Paso racer Carney gets ASCS National Title pursuit under

After much anticipation, El Paso native John Carney II finally gets his chase for the Lucas Oil ASCS National Tour championship under way with a pair of events in Nebraska and Missouri on Thursday and Friday. Carney will kick off the weekend aboard the Sander Construction/South Plains Auto Transport/Mesilla Valley Transportation No. J2 Sprint Car […]Read More

Teen’s Need for Speed Translates into Racing Career

At sixteen, I was not really thinking about my future, or what I wanted to do.  I was working at KXCR Radio and my life revolved around music, girls, and what I was going to do that weekend. I really wasn’t thinking too much about my future. I recently met an interesting young man while […]Read More

Reflections: One Last Checkered Flag

Friday night was the end of an era in the Borderland, as sure as the final baseball game at Dudley Field or the last frame of film shown downtown at the Capri Theater or at the Cinema Park 3 Drive In. Friday night, September 2nd marked the end of racing at El Paso Speedway Park. […]Read More

Racing returns to Speedway Park as New Mexico Drivers Dominate

Racing returned to Speedway Park after taking last week off thanks to the dirt-fit put on by Mother Nature, and New Mexico drivers dominated the track. Las Crucen Jimmy Ray took the USRA X-Mods, while Alamogordite  Kyle McCutcheon snagged the win in the Legends Main Event. In Street Stock action, Jaime Torres beat out Jason Josselyn from […]Read More

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