(September 18, 2020 from Lakeport Speedway) – The 2020 racing season was not the same as past seasons in Lake County due to no spectators, but the action on the track was just as exciting for the participants who were allowed to compete. Winning a championship is the overall goal for all race drivers, and…

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(September 7, 2020 from North State PR) – This Saturday night, September 12, the North State Modified Series, presented by Protect the Harvest, returns to Lakeport Speedway for race #2 of their 2020 schedule. The event will be sponsored by Napa Lake Parts in Lakeport. The series was shortened this year due to the Covid-19…

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(August 12, 2020) – The continuing California IMCA Speedweek leads off another busy week On the Radar for West Coast Short Track Racing Wednesday August 12 Antioch Speedway hosts night three of the California IMCA Speedweek with IMCA Modifieds and IMCA Sport Mods racing. Stream: FloRacing Marysville Raceway Park competes on a Wednesday night again…

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(July 18, 2020 from North State PR) – The North State Modified Series, presented by Protect the Harvest, ran its first 2020 event at Lakeport Speedway Saturday with Ukiah’s Kyle Tellstrom jumping out of the Creevan Performance Radical Focus Midget after taking the win in that class, and climbing into his NSMS modified where he…

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(July 15, 2020) – Some of the highest paying races on the West Coast in 2020 hit the track during this weekend’s On the Radar. Micro Sprints will race for $10,000 to win in Washington while 410 Sprint Cars will duel for lucrative Howard Kaeding Classic glory in California. July 16-18: Deming Speedway hosts the 36th…

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(June 17, 2020) – Another large slate of races is on deck across the state of California for the weekend of Saturday June 20th. The editors of ShortTrackLive.com have compiled what is “ON THE RADAR” for short track fans in the Golden State Friday June 19: Delta Speedway in Stockton will open its 2020 season…

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(June 10, 2020) – After the state of California enacted a statewide stay-at-home order on March 19, 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, only 18 circle track motorsports events have been held. This Friday’s move to Stage 3 includes guidance for pro sports without audiences and paves the way for most counties throughout the state…

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