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Sponsored by the students and staff at the East Valley Institute of Technology, EVIT #5 is tearing up the track in the Dirt Late Model racing series.
last summer and began by testing a dirt late model provided by Freddie Carpenter of Kryptonite Race Cars.
Although the teams at that level can afford machined aluminum components, Krup, when looking into doing some work for the grass-roots Dirt Late Model and UMP Modified oval track classes, determined that there was a definite problem--the fact that when you're turning left at speed for practically a whole race, the fuel is pushed to the right side of the carburetor's float bowl, thereby almost starving the jets for the left side of the engine.
April 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Bobby Pierce, a 16-year-old high school student who is also one of the nation's top Dirt Late Model drivers, is the $50,000 grand prize winner in the "Search for a Champion" racing sponsorship contest from Federal-Mogul Corporation's (NASDAQ: FDML) iconic Champion[sup.
Perris Auto Speedway - Saturday: Dirt late models, lightning sprints and dwarfs.
The 2008 Alltel DIRTcar Nationals at the high-speed half-mile oval in Barberville, FL is once again expected to attract more than 60 410-winged sprint cars, 100 dirt late models, 40 big block modifieds and 70 UMP DIRTcar open wheel modifieds.
Jim and his whole family have really embraced dirt late model racing and have made a huge investment into this sport.
It should be intense because we should see a very diverse audience, as there are staunch supporters for both sprint car and dirt late model racing.