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Sam Martin

Freelance Contributor

Growing up in the Midwest, Sam was always around various types of motorsports. While attending Lindenwood College, he followed his passion and interned at Gateway International Raceway before it’s unfortunate closing. Today he can be found covering and shooting photography for various dirt and drag strip events.

The World of Outlaws announced that Jason Feger’s home state win at the Illini 100 at Farmer City Raceway has been disallowed due to failing a tire sample. Read here how Feger admits that there was a banned substance in the tire.


Just days after terrible storms headed through the Midwest, Kokomo Speedway, USAC, and POWRi officials were forced to reschedule the Kokomo Grand Prix.


Valvetrains can be a very confusing, but vital part of your engine’s performance. Our friends at Ferrea Racing Components understand how crucial your valvetrain is, and thanks to their tech tips page, are educating gearheads across America.


Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 in Pevely, Mo. kicks off the first of several specials this season with the NDRL Let’s Get Dirty 75.


The Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget Series is set to kick off the 2013 season at Belle-Clair Speedway in Belleville, Ill. on Saturday night as a part of the Bullring 30’s.


The midget style racing has always been present in the USAC National Midget series to the Chili Bowl, but one series that has been making huge strides in the dirt industry has been the Lucas Oil POWRi National Midget Series.


Jerrod Hull dominated the competition and won the 25 lap Midwest Open Wheel Association feature in Pontoon Beach, Ill. at Tri-City speedway by leading every lap of the feature event. Check out our complete photo gallery from the event here.


Craig Dollansky took home the $20,000 pay day at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 for his win at the Ironman 55, an event that rained out on its scheduled date in early August. Check out our complete photo gallery from the event here.


Jason Sides won the second World of Outlaws feature at Federated Auto Parts Raceway at I-55 on Saturday night when he captured the rain delayed $20,000 dollar to win Ironman 55. Check out our complete photo gallery from the event here.


Kyle Larson held off Jerry Coons Jr., who looked strong for the second half of the fifty lap race that included a short stint as race leader, to win the $10,000 event at Tri-City Speedway. Check out our complete photo gallery from the event here.


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