Jim LeVan scores a dominating NASCAR victory on the Aurora Tub Track

Veteran Driver Jim LeVan scored a dominating feature win on Tuesday, November 26 on the Aurora Tub Track road course. Jim LeVan has served notice that he is loaded to win. LeVan dominated action on Tuesday scoring all 6 segment wins while only falling off 1 time and it was in lane 6 late in the segment. Jim ran a near flawless race and was a awarded the victory lane laurels. Finishing in 2nd Place was invader Nick Wummer who is always very strong in road course action, Nick scored 3 segment wins while on the way to the runnerup position. Tom Wenner completed the podium position with a strong 3rd Place run on the tub. Tom scored 2 segment on the way to finishing 3rd. [Read more…]

Cory Reinhard Scores 2nd Modified Win

Modified racing was back on the 8 lane fast track Tuesday night  and Cory Reinhard scored a convincing win scoring 7 segment wins to claim first. It was Cory’s 5th straight Top 2 finish. Mike Fitzgerald turned in his best run on the 8 lane as he scored 2 segment wins on way to a solid 2nd place finish. Capping off a good night for TCS racing, Toby Reinhard scored 3 segment wins as he “coasted” to a good 3rd place finish. Scott Bender did not score a segment win but scored his 1st top 5 finish coming home 4th. After trying to get his “Hot Stock” past tech Randy Haydt ran his Freddy Adam coupe to a 5th place finish. Just 12 pieces of track behind, Tom Wenner scored 3 segment wins to finish 6th. Trailing Tom by just 5 pieces of track Mark Williams finished 7th. Tim “ Little T ” Bowers  scored 2 segment wins to finish 8th. Last weeks winner Jim LeVan finished 9th and Billy Decker scored his 5th top 10 finished to close out the top10.

11th Brian V. / 12th Brian S. / 13th James H. / 14th Bill R / 15th Tony Z. / 16th Mike M. / 17th Larry S / 18th Gene K. / 19th Bruce  K / 20th Rob L.


Another strong field of 20 racers were in the pits. It was the 2nd time this year. Close racing in the mid pack as 4th to 8th were separated by less than 1 lap. Good having Bill Rowley and Bruce Komaldi making their 1st starts of the season. Next Week Cup racing on the Tub Track.

Randy Haydt “SWEEPS” IROC Season Opener

The IROC season opened with a doubleheader on the Tub-Track 17 racers were in the pit area and in the Opener Randy Haydt  scored 2 segment wins on way to a close win. Just 12 pieces of track behind Brian Sponagle claimed 3 segment wins on way to a good Runner Up finish. Trailing “Spoons ” by just 14 pieces of track Jim LeVan scored 1 segment win to finish 3rd. Good run by Hiriam Durant as he scored 1 segment win to finish 4th. Scott Bender scored his best Tub Track finish scoring 1 segment win to finish 5th. [Read more…]

Jim LeVan Scores First Modified Win

A good night of racing on the the Tri-Oval, as Jim Levan scored his 1st Modified win of the year. It was a “photo finish” at the wire as Jim held off  a strong run by Cory Reinhard by 1 piece of track to get the checkered flag. Jim scored 2 segment wins on lanes 2&3, while Cory scored 3 segment wins on the front 3 lanes, it was his 4th straight Top 2 finish. Less than 1 lap behind Randy Haydt ran his Miami Dolphin car to 3 segment wins but had a bad run on lane 6 and still had a good 3rd place finish. Brian Sponagle continued his good runs on the Tri-Oval, had a slow start on lanes 1&2 but came on strong winning his final 4 segments to come home 4th. [Read more…]

Tom Wenner Scores First Sprint Win

It was race 2 of the season for the Sprint cars Tuesday night and Tom Wenner collected his 1st career winged victory.  Tom scored 6 segment wins in his Billy Pauch sprint car and had to hold off a strong challenge from Runner-Up Randy Haydt who just missed out on his 1st win by 11 pieces of track. Randy scored 2 segment wins. Opening night winner Mark Williams scored a segment win on lane 8 was 3rd. Jim Levan had a steady run scoring 1 segment win to finish 4th. Scott Bender scored 1 segment win on lane 2 was 5th.

6th Mike Fitzy  7th Billy D 8th BrianV  9th Larry S. 10th Toby R.  11th Hiriam D.


Tear Offs: Brian V. had a new car and finished 8th Larry S had a good 9th place finish. Sorry to report the bad news that “Spanky” did not survive his mishap with Randy last week in the infield. Next Week Modifieds back on the Tri-Oval.

Mark Williams Scores Close Win on The  Tri-Oval

Mark Williams scored his 3rd Modified win of the season on the Tri-Oval Tuesday night. Mark scored 4 segment wins as he had to hold off a strong challenge from Cory Reinhard who also claimed 4 segment wins and just missed out on his 2nd straight win by 21 pieces of track. Following closely behind, Randy Haydt ran his sharp looking Freddy Adam machine to 3 segment wins on way to a good 3rd place finish. Just 14 pieces of track behind, Jim LeVan had a good night scoring 3 segment wins to cross the line in 4th. [Read more…]

Mark Williams cruises to a convincing NASCAR win on the Tricky Tri-Oval at Randy’s Raceway

Champion driver Mark Williams is on cruise control so far in 2019, Mark cruised to a very strong Nascar victory on the Tricky Tri-Oval on Tuesday, October 15. Mark was perfect on the night winning all 6 segments scoring a strong 120 laps and only de-slotting 6 times on the way to the victory. Mark is forcing everyone in the pit area to raise their game this season. Finishing a strong second was track promoter Randy J. Haydt. Randy won 4 races with the Danica #7 machine on the way to his strong runner-up spot. Corey Reinhard fresh off his Modified feature win from the week prior scored a strong 3rd place finish. Corey won 4 races on the way to 3rd place. [Read more…]

Cory Reinhard Tames The Tri-Oval

Modified racing returned to the always challenging Tri-Oval for the 1st Modified race of the season.  Cory Reinhard scored a very convincing “Sweep” on way to his 1st Modified win of the year. Cory’s win was by only 5 pieces of track ahead of Mark Williams who scored 5 segment wins on way to a strong Runner Up finish. Toby Reinhard capped off  a solid night of racing for team TCS,  scoring 2 segment wins for his best Tri-Oval run finishing 3rd. Just 5 pieces of track off the pace Jim LeVan had a good run collecting 4 segment wins including a win on lane 1 to finish 4th. Randy Haydt had a slow start on the front lanes but scored 2 segment wins on lanes 5 & 6 closing out the Top 5. John Kosmoski  just missed the Top 5, but had a good run to finish 6th, Tony Zappacosta also with a good effort was 7th, Scott Bender was 8th, Brian Sponagle was 9th, and Brian Van Buskirk closed out  the Top 10. 

11th Hiriam D. 12th Mike M, 13th Mike F. 14th Nick W(1win), 15 th Larry S, 16th Rob L, 17th Billy D. 18th James H,  19th Tom W, 20 th Joel L.

 Take Out’s: Good turn out for early in the season as 20 racers were in the field. Nice to have Nick Wummer back with us finishing 14th with a segment win. Good run by Tony Z finishing 7th, Brian V. with a 10th place finish. Larry S 15th and Rob L 16th. Racing stays on the Tri-Oval next week as Cup returns.

Mark Williams drives to a convincing Nascar Victory at Randy’s Raceway

Mark Williams is now 4 for 5 on the 2019 season with a very convincing NASCAR feature win. Mark scored win #4 on the season, Week #2 for  the NASCAR division at Randy’s Raceway. Mark scored 3 race segment wins on the way to victory lane. Finishing in 2nd position was opening day winner, Tom Wenner who scored 4 race segment wins on his way to the runner-up spot. Track Promoter Randy Jay Haydt completed the podium with a 3rd place finish. Randy racing a new Danica themed Bob Amore tribute body, Raced to 2 segment wins. Brian Sponagle who is always tough when the NASCAR Tycos hit the track, Spoons raced to a 4th place finish with 1 segment win. Capping off the top 5 is Mike Mackaravitz who raced to 1 of his best finishes ever at Randy’s Raceway. Mike had a very strong night with 3 race victories in scoring his top 5 finish. [Read more…]

Williams Wins Modified Main Event

Mark Williams made to two for two in the early going this season after holding off a strong field of 19 racers at Randy’s Raceway.  Williams won on all 8 lanes this time in the Green Modified.  Second place went to last years runner-up in points Cory Reinhard.  Driving his #5 he won 3 segments on the evening.  Third spot went to Little T who won a single segment on lane 5, the Myerstown racer drove his Bob Amore bodied car #91.  Veteran Jim LeVan shurded off a bad crash on lane six at 8:11pm to grab a solid 4th place finish.  The top five was completed by Billy Decker who ran consistant races all the way through.  The remaining top ten were Tom Wenner, Scott Bender (2 wins), Randy Haydt (2 wins), Toby Reinhard (1 win), and Brian Sponagle (1 win).