Kinser Continues Dominance of Rolling Wheels Raceway Park: Wins New Yorker 25 to Score 11th Career Victory at The Fast Track

KinserWinKevinBerrymanWebElbridge, NY- October 9, 2010- Steve Kinser has been in contention for wins nearly every single time he has ever taken to the track at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park in New York, dating back to his debut at the sprawling 5/8-mile in 1980. He continued his dominance of "The Fast Track" on Saturday night winning the New Yorker 25 to score the 11th victory of his career at Rolling Wheels before a huge crowd on a chilly fall night. In 27 career starts at Rolling Wheels, the 20-time World of Outlaws champion has finished in the Top-10 each and every time.

Kinser lined up fourth and moved up to third on the opening lap getting by Daryn Pittman. He then worked on Jason Meyers for third and dove under him coming off turn three on the ninth lap. That set up a battle between Kinser and his son Kraig for the top spot. The pair went at it for the next eight laps, with Steve taking the lead from Kraig on the 17th lap on the low side of turns one and two. For Kinser the $10,000 triumph was his ninth win of the season and the 561st of his amazing career.

"We've always seemed to run good here and it's a place that suits my driving style and our race cars," said Kinser. "We've been running good everywhere, and just had a terrible three weeks and ran into too many things. That's the way it goes. We've had a good enough race car to win the points this year and I gave it away."


Brownell Earns SEF 200 Big-Block Starting Berth With Rolling Wheels Runaway

Elbridge, NY – October 9, 2010 – By Kevin Kovac, DIRTcar Racing PR

Winning Saturday’s 25-lap DIRTcar Big-Block ‘Win & You’re In’ feature at Rolling Wheels Raceway Park was exciting enough for Jeff Brownell Jr.

Earning a starting spot in Sunday afternoon’s prestigious SEF Small Engine Fuels 200 Presented by Ferris/Snapper/Simplicity at the Syracuse Mile added even more luster to his accomplishment.


Rookie Rocky Warner Rolls To BNC Motorsports Pro Stock Title

Syracuse, NY - October 10, 2010 – By Dave Medler, DIRTcar Northeast Series Reporter

Third time was the charm for Rocky “The Flying Squirrel” Warner in the Super DIRT Week XXXIX full-fender finale at the New York State Fairgrounds on Sunday afternoon and he not only qualified, the Gloversville, N.Y. driver led flag-to-flag to capture DIRTcar Racing Northeast’s most prestigious events of the year for Pro Stock teams.


Oh Canada! Stewart Friesen Triumphs In SEF 200

3rd-generation racer makes history as 1st Canadian to capture prestigious Big-Block event

Syracuse, NY – October 10, 2010 – Racing on a mix of fumes and pure adrenalin, Canadian star Stewart Friesen brought the partisan grandstand crowd to its feet Sunday afternoon at the New York State Fairgrounds, staving off a late race charge by local favorite Jimmy Phelps to capture the headline SEF Small Engine Fuels 200 Presented by Ferris/Snapper/Simplicity Championship.



Super DIRT Week on SPEED


Friday Night Lights

World of Outlaws Late Models join DIRTcar 358-Modifieds in Thursday night Rolling Wheels doubleheader; World of Outlaws Sprint Cars and Big-Block Mods Saturday night

CONCORD, N.C. - March 11, 2011 - DIRTcar officials announced today the 40th annual running of Super DIRT Week - identified by the roman numerals XL - will in fact be extra large as it expands to primetime when the Triple 20s for the Super DIRTcar Series Big-Block Modifieds and Twin 20s for DIRTcar 358-Modifieds go under the lights on Friday, Oct. 7, at the New York State Fairgrounds in Syracuse. (Jay Fish photo)