Thursday, November 23, 2017
Bill Foley

Bill Foley

Mahaney Masters The Dirt Track; Sets Fast Time for Both Nights – DTD Exclusive

By BILL FOLEY It was a first for the Modifieds at the World Finals as no driver has ever earned fast time for both Friday...

Hearn and Phelps Forced to Backup Cars – DTD Exclusive

By BILL FOLEY Time trials provided some surprises on Thursday night at the World Finals, but two top drivers received surprises that they certainly didn’t...

Rasey Takes the Long Road to Charlotte – DTD Exclusive

By BILL FOLEY There were numerous familiar names in the big-block pits for this year’s edition of the World Finals at Charlotte. However, there were also...

Hile Brings New Piece to Charlotte – DTD Exclusive

By BILL FOLEY Chris Hile made the trek down from Syracuse N.Y., to participate in the 2017 edition of the World Finals. He had plans all...

Makin’ Tracks – SDW ’17 Final Thoughts – DTD Exclusive

By BILL FOLEY I had a good feeling about this year’s Super DIRT Week. After all my father always told me, “Once is a mistake. Twice...

Makin’ Tracks – Fulton Outlaw 200; Just About Mods – DTD Exclusive

By BILL FOLEY Well, it was a bit scary for a moment as late in the qualifying heats on Sunday the track locked down. The last...

Makin’ Tracks: Fonda SDS Features Many Unpredictable Moments – DTD Exclusive

By BILL FOLEY It was like Russian roulette at the Fonda Speedway for the Super Dirt Series invasion. Someone was going to have a tire left...

Chad Phelps and Andy Noto Prepare for Double Duty in ‘18 – DTD Exclusive

By BILL FOLEY Chad Phelps wasn’t overjoyed when the announcement of big-blocks exiting Fulton’s schedule in 2018 was announced. However, early this week Andy Noto and...

Makin’ Tracks – Wild, Emotional Night at Brewerton – DTD Exclusive

By BILL FOLEY The Duel at the Demon resulted in a variety of emotions. There was joy, anger and frustration that not only impacted drivers,...

Makin’ Tracks – UR Offers Huge Sportsman Purse; Where Were Cars? – DTD Exclusive

By BILL FOLEY Bill and Kim Shea put up $20,000 for a stand alone Sportsman Ultimate Showdown. Expectations were for 100 cars. That didn’t happen as...
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