The Team Joest Mazdas dominated the Sahlen’s Six Hours of the Glen on Sunday. The two cars led 183 of the 211 laps over the course of the 6 hour race.
Full race results can be found at https://www.racing-reference.info/race/2019_Sahlens_Six_Hours_of_the_Glen/TU
Southern Diesel Truck Co. out of Oswego, made the trek down to the Daytona International Speedway this past weekend for this years Daytona Truck Meet. They brought with them a truck with a new lift kit from Any Level Lift. Currently the only truck with the lift, but they are looking to change that very soon. With the show having an estimated 80k attendees, that is a good possibility.
Everyone knows Any Level Lift for their hydraulically adjustable trucks. Now the brains behind the kit , Aaron Aldrich, has designed a kit that is manually adjustable. The manually adjustable kit opens up a wider market for Any Level Lift with its availability now for the 17 and newer F-250s .
The F-250 kit is manually adjustable to any ride height position for a 4”, 6” or 8” lift
The F-350 and 450 kit is manually adjustable to any ride height position for a 4”, 6”, 8”, 10”, 12”, and 13” lift
For more details visit https://www.anylevellift.com/
Or give Matt at Southern Diesel a call 315-598-4444
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New tracks, new faces, new race class. Rallycross fans got their first look at what’s in store for them during the ARX Rallycross sophomore season this past weekend. Starting out at a new location, the “keyhole” section of the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The track will also be the setting for the season finale.
Some of those new faces in the series are familiar ones, like T.V. personality Aaron Kaufman. Aaron is trying his hand at the new ARX3 class. The ARX3 class runs a low cost spec car, aimed at getting new drivers into rallycross. The SIERRA cars that are run in the ARX3 class 200hp machines that go 0-60 in 2.8 seconds.
Others are less known but the future of the sport like 14 year old Gray Leadbetter. She signed with Dreyer & Reinbold racing for the entirety of the 2019 ARX season, competing in the ARX2 class. Leadbetter finished 7th on day one, and 5th on day two. Despite her age, she already has a lengthy motorsports background and it will be interesting to see how she progresses throughout the season.
The supercar class was a mix of new and old. Scott Speed found a familiar spot atop the podium but in his new ride for Subaru Motorsports USA. Bringing the famous blue and gold of Subaru back to victory. Speed’s new teammates, Chris Atkinson and Patrik Sandell showed great speed throughout the weekend, but the two collided at the exit of the Joker lap and ended their chance at a podium. Instead the two Loenbro Motorsports teammates, Steve Arpin and Travis Pecoy took second and third on the podium.
For more results and news on ARX Rallycross visit https://www.arxrallycross.com/
For more info on the SIERRA cars visit https://www.sierra-cars.com/
ReadySetDrift held their “Poconos Pre-Bash” event this past weekend. Dozens of cars lined up on the grid ready to take on the drift course. Drivers ranged from first timers (C class) to seasoned veterans (A class). The family friendly event allowed kids to see cool cars shredding tires on the track and get an up close look at them in the pit area.
Next event for ReadySetDrift is a training event on June 16th. As they aim to grow the sport and teach new drivers drift skills. More details can be found on their website at https://www.readysetdrift.com