Tate Loftis crossed the finish line first, sideways and in the infield, but he was not the winner of a wild 25-lap Hobby Stock feature on Saturday night at Bakersfield Speedway.
Cody Laney drove hard and waited patiently for his chance to make a move to the front of the field during the IMCA Modified feature Saturday night at Bakersfield Speedway.
There was a heck of a battle going on in the Hobby Stock feature Saturday night at Bakersfield Speedway, but Karl Noland Sr. didn’t see any of that.
Powerful 410-cubic inch non-winged Sprint Cars will be sliding through the corners at Bakersfield Speedway on Saturday night for the first time in a dozen years.
The fastest cars on dirt rolled into The Dirt Track at Kern County Raceway Park on Saturday night and Cory Elison of Hanford proved to be the fastest of the fast.
Raymond Noland Jr. took the lead on the 18th lap and raced to victory in the 25-lap Hobby Stock feature on Saturday night at Bakersfield Speedway.
For second-year driver Blaine Perkins of Bakersfield, tonight’s NAPA 150 K&N Pro Series West race at Kern County Raceway Park is an opportunity to compete in front of hometown friends, hone his skills and, if all went in his favor, come away with a win.
As far as Mike McIntire Sr., is concerned, just being able to make the trip from Chesterland, Ohio, and participate in the Good Vibrations Motorsports March Meet was worth the 2,400-mile trek by itself.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — Bakersfield’s Ryan Reed picked up the second Xfinity Series victory of his career — both at Daytona International Speedway — by winning the wreck-filled season-opener Saturday.
Rain washed out Friday’s portion of the Winter Showdown and the planned two-day event at Kern County Raceway Park will be condensed into a one-day show today.
When the Winter Showdown was conceived more than three years ago, the idea was to create a Super Late Model race on par with some of the big ones back East, an event the best pavement drivers in the country would put on their bucket list.
After a pair of rainouts in January, the Dirt Track at KCRP opened its 2017 season on “Super Saturday” with 83 entries over five divisions turning out on a sun-drenched day.
More so than most years, it seems, 2016 has been an annal of triumph and tragedy, agony and ecstasy for sports fans and their teams in Kern County.