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  1. Highlights from the awesome CC 72 last night...
  2. You weren’t there last night you missed out on an INCREDIBLE race, one of the best CC races EVER...Huge crowd on hand were on the edge of their seats with the show CVD, Brett Kessley, Duane Howard, and earlier on in the race Alex Yankowski put on...Jake Smulley has the new clay surface figured out and is just nailing it perfect week after week now...2020 is gonna be fun as soon as the gates swing open next spring... Short Results 9/1/2019 - The Coalcracker 72 presented by Jack Rich, Inc. Insinger Performance Modifieds – The Coalcracker 72 was won by Craig Von Dohren and followed by Brett Kressley, Duane Howard, Mike Gular, Frank Cozze, Jeff Strunk, Ryan Godown, Richie Pratt Jr, Billy Pauch Jr, Rick Laubach, Jared Umbenhauer, Danny Bouc, Alex Yankowski, Dan Hineline, Wade Hendrickson, Frank Yankowski, Briggs Danner, Neal Williams, Kevin Beach Jr, Louden Reimert, Timmy Buckwalter, Doug Manmiller, Mike Lisowski, Cale Ross and Nick Rochinski. Did Not Qualify - Craig Whitmoyer, Kyle Weiss, Kenny Gilmore, Kris Graver, Frank Yankowski, Brett Gilmore, Justin Grim, Dan Waisenpacher, Dave Dissinger, Ryan Krachun, Billy Pauch, Billy Osmun, Shawn Fitzpatrick, Matt Stangle, Brandon Grosso, Brandon Grosso and JR Fulper. The Modified heat races were won by Kevin Beach Jr, Nick Rochinski, Richie Pratt Jr and Duane Howard. Savage 61 Roadrunners – The feature was won by Chris Holland and followed by Kris Ney, Shawn Mulhall, Kevin Holland, Ronny Suhr, Seth Reichert, Tonya Lance, Jim Kost, Matt Ney, Mike Reichert, Terry Kramer, Alex Ditzler and Tod Roth Jr. The Roadrunner heat races were won by Kris Ney and Chris Holland. Eash's Salvage & Towing Street Stocks – The feature was won by Jasen Geesaman and followed by Ryan Smith, Jeff Haag, Kody Sites, Eric Tripp, Chris Derr, Elvin Brennan III, Kyle Saylor, Mike Radocha Sr, Robin Wagner, John Snesavage, David Conover, John McGeoy, Dean Hine and Bruce Ditzler. The Street Stock heat races were won by Jasen Geesaman and Jeff Haag. Xcel 600 Modifieds - The feature was won by Geoffrey Sutton and followed by Matt Warner, Sam Scicchitano, Jeff Sechrist, Brianna James, Brian Blankenbiller, Ray Gradwell, Ryan Stoner, Travis Fichter, Tim Higgins, Jermain Godshall, Shawna Schibilia, John Singley, Chuck Bowers, Keith Inglin, Cody Manmiller, Grant Schibilia, Steve Sterner, Hunter Diehl, Korey Inglin, John Willman and Trent Warner. The 600 Modified heat races were won by Matt Warner and Hunter Diehl. 2019 Track Champions: Insinger Performance Modifieds: Craig Von Dohren USS Achey Sportsman: Doug Hendricks Savage 61 Roadrunners: Chris Holland Eash's Salvage & Towing Street Stocks: Kody Sites
  3. Accu Weather has taken and showers out of the forecast for us here at Big Diamond Speedway till about 5am Monday morning...Someone going home with $17,000 tonight, be here to see who it is!!!
  4. Well the Coal Cracker weekend at BDS started off with an incredible 40 lap sportsman modified race last night...Craig Whitmoyer and Doug Hendricks put a show on for the fans...From about lap 15 for around 20+ laps in the 40 lapper Whitmoyer ran the high side and Hendricks ran the bottom lap after lap side by side much of the time, with Whitmoyer opening up a bit of a lead the last 7-8 laps to go on and take the win...BDS track crew have gotten the new clay surface figured out as the last 4-6 weeks racing has been multiple grooved, no dust, just awesome...Tomorrow sees the Coal Cracker 72 take center stage at BDS with the winner taking home an awesome $17,000 for the 358 Modifieds...Forecast has improved greatly for down here in “Skook” Pa, passing shower in the afternoon, tomorrow evening and night looks to be partly cloudy, someone gonna be going home with lots of $$$$ haha...Highlights from last nights battle royal sportsman race...
  5. Highlights from this past Friday nights 50 lap feature event...AWESOME racing on a spectacular racing surface, top to bottom all race long and NO DUST...$17,000 on the line for next Sunday nights Coal Cracker, going to be a MUST SEE EVENT...
  6. Highlights from the 358 Mods n Sportsman from Friday night...
  7. Well its that time of year again and the Prelude To The Coal Cracker is next on tap at the BDS this coming Friday night...It will be the final points night for the 358 Modifieds but for the 50 lap $5000 to win event it will also be a draw/redraw show for the heats and features...Here is some more info... Friday, August 23: Prelude to the Coalcracker Modified 50, $5,000 to win, Sportsman, Roadrunners. Mechanics Race. Gates open 5:30 Racing 7:45 Kids 10 and under free Active military with valid id free Kids 11-12 $10 General admission $23 Draw and points event for the Modifieds.
  8. As always it was awesome having you with us at BDS Friday night my friend...Glad you had a great weekend and seen some pretty darn good racing both nights...Yea definitely sounds like you picked a great weekend to come down with your home tracks raining out.
  9. Big Diamond Speedway’s Coal Cracker 72 on Sunday of Labor Day wknd, biggest race in tracks history paying $17,000 to win this year.
  10. This coming Friday for the first time this year when the USAC East Coast wingless sprint cars invade BDS the regular BDS headline division 358 Modifieds will be on the racing card also, plus the Sportsman Mods and Road Runners...Should be a fantastic night of ground pounding, intense, and just all around exciting night of racing...Hope you can join us... Friday, July 19: Jeep Night, Modifieds, USAC Wingless Sprint Cars, Sportsman, & Roadrunners. Please note that the Sportsman have been added and the Street Stocks have been removed for this week. General admission is $25 Seniors $23 Kids 11-12 $10 Kids 10 and under are fee Active military with valid ID are free All Jeep owners will be permitted to participate in a on track parade during intermission!
  11. Highlights from last nights action...
  12. If ya weren’t at the Diamond last night ya missed out on some INCREDIBLE 358 modified racing...CONGRATS to Jared Umbenhauer and the Mike Harvey owned #1H team on Jared getting his first career modified win at BDS...He battled with Kris Graver to get the lead a lil past mid point of the race...But Graver wasn’t done, as he found the top side of the speedway to his liking and was reeling Umbenhauer back in and was setting Umbenhauer for and outside turn 3 and 4 pass to regain the lead when disaster struck Graver as going into turn 1, as he gets in to hot and goes around ending his awesome race last night...While all that is going on ’The Ringoes Rocket’ Ryan Godown was exactly that A ROCKET, flying on the outside of the track getting all the way up to 2nd last part of the race...I mean the racing for the top 5-6 spots is just INTENSE last night with Umbenhauer, Godown, Howard, CVD and Rick Laubach flexing muscle in the #1K last night...And then here comes Billy Pauch Jr in the BMS #14 from his 16th starting spot up to 6th another one who was cruising up top on the outside lane of the speedway...Godown is just on a mission, Umbenhauer like he said in VL was up front most of the race wasn’t sure where guys were racing so he stayed on the bottom, Godown is just hammering it on the top catching the #1H lap after lap...White flag waves Umbenhauer still getting it done Godown one last ditch effort, makes a power move around the top in 3 and 4 drives all but up to Jared’s bumper but couldn’t quite get up next to Umbenhauer to make a last lap pass for the win, with Umbenhauer going on to take the very popular win...For sure the raciest the track has been all year with the new ckay was last night, WOW it was good, smooth, very lil dust, racy from top to bottom...The new clay was/is a learning deal but now looks like the track crew is getting it where it needs to be and the racers are figuring it out...We have that track week n week out for the rest of the year WATCH OUT its going to be a fun and exciting finish to the racing season at BDS.
  13. Highlights from CVD’s $5000 win in the Stevenson Memorial last Friday night...
  14. Lifted this off the tracks FB page... LIKE & Share for your chance to win a family 4 pack of free tickets! We decided to have fan fest this Friday for the huge Georgie Stevenson Memorial! Fan fest will start at 5:30pm and end at 7pm. We will have a DJ playing music, cars on display, free hamburgers and hot dogs while supplies last and more! Come on out and enjoy our 4th oF July celebration with a great FIREWORK show! One of Big Diamond Speedway's most prestigious events - the Georgie Stevenson Memorial set for Friday, July 5. B&H Landscaping Night. George-Georgie Stevenson Memorial. Modified 50, $5,000 to win, $400 to take the green, Sportsman, Roadrunners, Street Stocks, & a great firework show at intermission! Georgie Stevenson was a young and avid Big Diamond fan, who supported the track along with his family every week. Georgie battled cancer and sadly passed away at the age of 12. He worked hard to raise money for cancer research and at the same time loved the sport of auto racing. The first Georgie Stevenson Memorial event was contested in at Big D in 1980. Georgie's father, George Stevenson passed away unexpectedly in 2015. George’s presence at Big Diamond made a significant difference over the decades. He was a champion for terminally ill kids and tirelessly worked year-round to raise money and present it to their families to help defray the cost of treatment and expenses brought on by cancer and other life-threatening diseases. Kids 10 and under are FREE Kids 11-12 $10 Students 13-16 $15 General admission $25 Active military with valid ID are FREE
  15. This weeks AARN says 200 loads of clay are going down on OCFS