Jeremiah Fish



Race Chasers,

This week's Rockin' Race Report combines three of the lords greatest gifts to any race fan, heavy metal music, super Late Model Racing, and The Utica Rome Speedway in Vernon, New York. I was lucky enough to see history being made and some pretty good racing all in one night. For the first time ever, the Lucas Oil Late Model Dirt Series, made a visit to the Empire State...

This week’s soundtrack for the Rocker' comes from Southern Rap-Metal pioneers,
Stuck Mojo and their song "Southern Pride"...



This event had a noted southern twang to it, as the overwhelming majority of the drivers on this tour hail from the other side of the Mason-Dixon Line.

Listening to them speak as they all were being interviewed, reminded me of the early NASCAR Winston Cup era events in the 1980's that we would watch on TV as kids. It was unfiltered, unrefined, and at the same time, very respectful and genuine.

Beyond the pronounced southern draw, these drivers were some of the most approachable stars you will ever meet. For the thousands of feautre wins, dozens and dozens of track titles, numerous big money event wins and resumes literally, thousands of miles long, this accomplished group of racing professionals carried themselves in a way that makes you want that tour to make this New York state swing a yearly thing. From the biggest names, to the the rookie of the year candidates on this tour, one thing stuck out to me in a big way, these guys knew what makes this sport go. The fans...

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