Historic 2021 Schedule Takes Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds to New Heights

Historic 2021 Schedule Takes Super DIRTcar Series Big Block Modifieds to New Heights  Bristol Throwdown, NAPA Super DIRT Week, Can-Am World Finals Highlight High-Flying $1.5 Million Super DIRTcar Series Tour WEEDSPORT, NY – From the 50th DIRTcar Nationals at Florida’s Volusia Speedway Park to Tennessee’s legendary Bristol Motor Speedway, back to Quebec’s Autodrome Drummond, NAPA … Read more

Border Restrictions Force Officials to Cancel Canadian Mid-Summer Races

CONCORD, NC — Canada has extended the border closure with the United States through the end of July, and due to these restrictions the Super DIRTcar Series is forced to cancel and postpone several events that were scheduled north of the border.  Also, the July 2 race at Land of Legends has been postponed until … Read more

Le RPM Speedway Rained Out

September 7, 2019 – St-Marcel-de-Richelieu – Despite the best efforts of Le RPM Speedway management and Super DIRTcar Series officials, the 100 lap Feature has been rained out. There is no rain date for the event. We want to thank all the drivers and teams that stuck it out and made it their goal to … Read more

Quebec Doubleheader Part Deux!

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It’s back to Quebec for the Super DIRTcar Series at Autodrome Granby and Le RPM Speedway

Saint-Marcel-de-Richelieu, QUE – August 25, 2019 – The Super DIRTcar Series heads back north of the border to Quebec for the second swing of 2019. On Friday, September 6 the Series makes their second stop of the year at Autodrome Granby. Then, the next day the teams shuffle off to Le RPM Speedway, a high banked bullring. Don’t want until next year to knock these two Quebec tracks off your bucket list.

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Jimmy Phelps Wins at Le RPM Speedway with Late-Race Pass

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The Hard-Charging Jimmy Phelps Brings HBR Motorsports to Victory Lane in Quebec
Saint-Marcel-de-Richelieu, QUE – September 8, 2018 – HBR Motorsports veteran driver Jimmy Phelps stole his second win of the season with a late-race pass on defending Champion Matt Sheppard at Le RPM Speedway. After starting eleventh, Phelps picked his way to the front with precision moves and calculated risks. It seemed as though Sheppard would hold him off, but on a restart, Phelps went low and came out ahead of the no. 9s going down the backstretch. For the remaining laps, Phelps made his Modified very wide to prevent the counter attack. Fellow sixth row starter Danny Johnson also had a strong charge to the front and finished in second place. Defending Series Championship Matt Sheppard lead the most laps, but he could not match Phelps’ determination in getting to the front.

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