United Midwestern Promoters
MEDARYVILLE | Nick Allen pretty much won everything in sight at Shadyhill Speedway on Saturday night except track championship honors.
Afternoon rains washed out the scheduled stock car racing programs at both Illiana Motor Speedway in Schererville and Medaryville’s Shadyhill Speedway.
MEDARYVILLE | Up to the task of an early race challenge, Nick Allen returned to the winner’s circle at Shadyhill Speedway on Saturday night.
SCHERERVILLE | It had been about two years since Jeff Cannon visited victory lane at Illiana Motor Speedway.
SCHERERVILLE | Little over a year ago, D.J. Weltmeyer won his first career stock car feature race at Illiana Motor Speedway.
MEDARYVILLE | Tom Bell had a lot of competition Saturday night at the Shadyhill Speedway, including Derek Losh, Nick Allen and numerous yellow caution flags.
Illiana Motor Speedway
SCHERERVILLE | Win, win, win, win!
SCHERERVILLE | Different week, same story -- Eddie Hoffman wins at Illiana Motor Speedway.
SCHERERVILLE | Eddie Hoffman has a “knack” for winning the Molenaar Memorial Classic events at Illiana Motor Speedway.
Medaryville | Kurt Allison of Valparaiso waited for the final night of the racing season to score a feature victory at Shadyhill Speedway. Actually winning his first feature race at the quarter-mile dirt track, the 25-year-old Allison captured the 20-lap main event for United Midwestern Prom…
MEDARYVILLE | Battling rainy weather all evening long, Shadyhill Speedway was able to get only part of its Saturday night racing program in with Nick Allen winning the 20-lap United Midwestern Promoters modified feature and David Hurst capturing the $1,000-to-win, ninth annual J&J Bush C…
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