Iditarod 2016, Four Peninsula Mushers in the Running

first_imgMissing from last year’s local lineup: Travis Beals’ wife Sarah Stokey, a rookie who scratched in 2014 due to the usually mild winter and reduced training opportunities. Kristy Berington is also missing from the list. Twin sister Anna registered this year from an address in Knik. Four Kenai Peninsula mushers are so far on the list, from Seward: Mitch Seavey and Travis Beals. From Kasilof: Monica Zappa and Paul Gebhart. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Organizers of the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race say 37 mushers signed up for the 2016 race on opening day in Willow, one more than openings day in 2014. Another 25 entered by mail, making a total of 62 entries. Some contenders boasted serious experience, like current and three-time Champion Dallas Seavey, four-time Champions Jeff King and Martin Buser, and two-time Champions Robert Sorlie and Mitch Seavey.center_img 10 rookies threw their names into the hat, with eight international teams. The race begins March 5, 2016 in Anchorage with a ceremonial start.last_img read more


Two losses against two top 10 teams keeping MSU unranked

first_imgMississippi State Bulldogs defensive lineman Nick James (88) during the game against the LSU Tigers at Davis Wade Stadium. LSU defeated Mississippi State 21-19. Mandatory Credit: Matt Bush-USA TODAY SportsMississippi State Bulldogs defensive lineman Nick James (88) during the game against the LSU Tigers at Davis Wade Stadium. LSU defeated Mississippi State 21-19. Mandatory Credit: Matt Bush-USA TODAY SportsSTARKVILLE — Mississippi State completed its first half of the season with a 4-2 record and it will be unranked heading into its final six games.The Bulldogs weren’t ranked in either the Associated Press or Coaches Poll on Sunday. Ohio State sat atop both polls followed by Baylor at No. 2.Mississippi State received 19 votes in the AP Poll, which placed the Bulldogs 29th overall. MSU tallied 21 votes in the Coaches Poll to sit at No. 30. The Bulldogs ranked No. 33 in both polls last week.No team in either op 25 had two losses.LSU ranked No. 5 in the AP Poll, the best among SEC schools. Florida was No. 8, with Texas A&M at No. 9 and Alabama at No. 10 rounded out the SEC schools in the top 10.Mississippi State’s losses this season came against LSU and and Texas A&M. The SEC had five teams ranked in the top 25. Ole Miss was ranked No. 13.Monday marks the year anniversary when Mississippi State reached No. 1 in the AP and Coahces Poll. The Bulldogs started 6-0 with wins against LSU, Auburn and Texas A&M.This year, the Bulldogs don’t play an SEC West team again until Nov. 14.Contact Michael Bonner at mbonner@jackson.gannett.com. Follow @MikeBBonner on Twitter.last_img read more


La Repubblica claim Conte could quit Chelsea

first_imgChelsea boss Antonio Conte could return home to Serie A in the summer, according to an Italian newspaper.Monday’s edition of La Repubblica claims Conte is suffering from homesickness and might look to leave London if the Blues win the Premier League title.Furthermore, it says representatives from Inter Milan have put together an offer for the Chelsea head coach.AdChoices广告 There has been no public indication that Conte is unsettled at Stamford Bridge.Meawhile, Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas remains a transfer target for AC Milan, according to Italian football rumours site Calciomercato.The report, which has also been picked up by the The Sun, claims Milan could try and tempt the Spaniard away from the Bridge by pledging to build their team around him.Although Fabregas made his 300th Premier League appearance in Chelsea’s win over Swansea on Saturday, he has started just six of their 26 league games this season, the first time in his career he has not been a regular.However, the former Arsenal man – who turns 30 in May said after the Swansea game he wants to stay at Chelsea.And Manchester United are said to have joined a supposed race to sign Celtic’s former Fulham striker Moussa Dembele, who it’s claimed is wanted by Chelsea.The Daily Express says scouts from both Premier League clubs were at Celtic Park on Saturday to watch him score both goals in a 2-0 win over Hamilton. Ads by Revcontent Trending Articles Local Area Millionaire Reveals How to Get Rich with Bitcoin, Without Buying Bitcoin x Thanks To Our New System, UK Citizens Can Return To A Stable Economic Situation x Easy Way to Generate Extra Income x Last Nights Episode Left Viewers Speechless! x Chilling Photos Taken Moments Before It All Goes Wrong x Pole Vaulter Allison Stokke is Finally Talking About the Photo Changing Her Life x Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebooklast_img read more


Rappers (Not Rockers, Popstars, or the admiral) that won a championship with their team’s FOURTH Best Uniform

first_imgLocation:Washington State Share this post ChicagoOakland Posted May 18, 2018 SportsLogos.Net Share this post Location:Right over there Location:Ohio Rappers (Not Rockers, Popstars, or the admiral) that won a championship with their team’s FOURTH Best Uniform Members When his teammate got caught messing with his wife..he got motivated to put out 2 more kerosene infused albums. 2,755 Share this post Members 3,583 2 2 Link to post 4 Location:Los Angeles, CA what the actual fu- Posted May 19, 2018 In 1998, coming off his record setting 4th album, rap legend and acting icon Shaquille O’Neal decided to give basketball a try. Eventually he won in 2000 against Indiana in the Lakers’ perfectly reasonable, but not quite as good as three others, current set Members Where opinions flow as freely as Marshawn’s dreads. Sign in to follow this   Link to post Share this post 1,198 1,466 johnnysama Posted May 19, 2018 Share on other sites 6,236 posts 867 Favourite Logos:Vancouver Canucks current/1980s/90s era, LA Kings purple/gold and Gretzky era, Mariners 80s and current, BC Lions 1980s, and Saskatchewan Roughriders 1970s/80s MCM0313 Share on other sites Posted May 18, 2018 1 Shadojoker Share this post Link to post Forums Home Posted May 20, 2018 After his debut album went Quadruple platinum.. Kobe Bryant decide to hang up the mic and play for that team full if rappers.. the Los Angeles Lakers. Dynasty 2,302 Rappers (Not Rockers, Popstars, or the admiral) that won a championship with their team’s FOURTH Best Uniform Members Deepened with Multi-pop 3,203 posts SportsLogos.Net DC in Da House w/o a Doubt Go To Topic Listing LOLWHUT 1 Rappers (Not Rockers, Popstars, or the admiral) that won a championship with their team’s FOURTH Best Uniform Posted May 19, 2018 2,302 1,198 Metta World Peace Members Link to post Sports Logo News NYUNDERDOGS 894 posts 3,530 posts Share this post Members 14 Shadojoker 1 After years of struggling on terrible teams, “Eminem” decided to hang up the mic until he finally won the big one with San Antonio Spurs. All Activity You know what they say… 2 2,755 1,466 Followers 1 2,421 postscenter_img Share on other sites Location:Star City, VA Share this post 206 3,583 2,591 By MDGP, May 18, 2018 in Sports Logo News Shadojoker 1,466 Posted May 19, 2018 Members 4,972 posts Eventually he won a title in 2000 and 4 more years afterwards. Link to post 3,583 Link to post NYUNDERDOGS Recommended Posts CFL/NPB/MLB/NHL/NFL Fan 2,591 Favourite Logos:Seattle Mariners current primary, Golden State Warriors ’88-’96 and current primaries, both Carolina Panthers primaries, San Jose Sharks current primary. MDGP Posted May 18, 2018 1,466 Members Share on other sites 206 Sports Logos (Just an excuse to post Brent Barry crip walk..i know that’s not Eminem ?) Share on other sites Dynasty Share on other sites Sports 2,591 Sports Logos 206 1 Link to post Location:The DMV We all knew this thread was coming eventually! I think the title is pretty self explanatory, so I’ll get this ball rolling with an example of my own! Followers 1 2,755 Favourite Logos:Indianapolis Colts; Kansas City Chiefs; Green Bay Packers; Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Ohio State; UCLA script; Tulane; Portland Trail Blazers; most of MLB’s “interlocking letters” logos; Seattle Mariners. 4,972 posts 4 minutes ago, Shadojoker said: (Just an excuse to post Brent Barry crip walk..i know that’s not Eminem ?) 1,466 867 Share this post This topic is now closed to further replies. Share this post When his teammate got caught messing with his wife..he got motivated to put out 2 more kerosene infused albums. Wait, Brent Barry’s NOT Eminem?! How many other things I thought I knew were wrong?! ChicagoOakland Sports Logo News 1,198 MDGP After years of struggling on terrible teams, “Eminem” decided to hang up the mic until he finally won the big one with San Antonio Spurs. Posted May 18, 2018 Members johnnysama Shadojoker 2,227 posts DC in Da House w/o a Doubt 2,302 Share on other sites Ah yes, who could forget when this prolific rap genius made a surprising career move and won an NBA championship? 216 posts Link to post Forums Home Share on other sites Link to post 867 All Activity Favourite Logos:Pat Patriot, Atlanta Falcons, Maine Black Bears, Penn State MCM0313 1,466 Sign in to follow this   Share on other siteslast_img read more


2018 National Sports Festival: Handball Gold Medal God’s Retirement Gift To Me – Obi

first_imgGold medal-winning coach for Team Delta in the Male Handball event at the recently concluded 2018 National Sports Festival (NSF), Henry Obi has indicated that victory at the NSF would be his last outing as a coach.Obi who has coached for over twenty-five years led Team Delta to victory over Team Niger in the final of the Male Handball event at the 19th NSF and speaking with busybuddiesng.com, the veteran Coach described the victory as “a parting gift God in my career as a Coach”.“God has given me joy,” said Obi, “it’s a parting gift in my career as a coach, a parting gift God has just given me.“I didn’t deserve it; I’m not worth being the champion [but] God did it for me I think I’m getting done with the job. I’ve tried.”Gold in the Male Handball event was one of 163 gold medals that Team Delta won to emerge overall winners of the 2018 National Sports Festival. They also accumulated 88 silver and 101 bronze medals after 10 days of action in Abuja.Relatedlast_img read more


Drogba gives Chelsea vital lead

first_imgDidier Drogba gave Chelsea a precious lead to take to the Nou Camp for the Champions League semi-final second leg as his goal beat holders Barcelona at Stamford Bridge.The Catalans dominated possession as well as creating a succession of chances – but Drogba struck in first-half injury time to give interim manager Roberto di Matteo’s side an advantage to protect in Barcelona next Tuesday.Chelsea were forced to mount a resilient rearguard action in the face of Barcelona’s famous passing “carousel”, but Drogba converted their one clear chance to reward the outstanding defensive work of Gary Cahill, Ashley Cole and captain John Terry in keeping Lionel Messi and co at bay.Barcelona produced evidence of the huge threat they will pose in front of their own supporters as they enjoyed 72% of the possession, but Chelsea will be elated at not only claiming the victory but also keeping a crucial clean sheet.Alexis Sanchez hit the crossbar for Barcelona early on and Pedro hit the post in the dying seconds – while Cole cleared off the line from Cesc Fabregas. Goalkeeper Petr Cech also saved well from Messi and Carles Puyol as Pep Guardiola’s team tried every avenue in an attempt to break Chelsea down.In the end, Chelsea’s organisation and discipline was rewarded but Di Matteo knows they will have to produce the same – and more besides – in the Nou Camp to confirm a meeting with either Real Madrid or Bayern Munich in the final in Munich next month. Di Matteo clearly saw Drogba’s power as a potential threat to a Barcelona defence stripped of Gerard Pique – but he barely caught sight of goal in a first 45 minutes in which the Catalans exerted their technical superiority. Chelsea were riding their luck as early as the eighth minute when Andres Iniesta played in Sanchez. The Chilean’s lob left Cech stranded but his effort bounced back to safety off the bar.Fabregas was the guilty party when Chelsea had another escape soon after. Messi was the creator to set up Iniesta but when Cech could only push out his shot, the former Arsenal captain miscued his finish from eight yards.Messi was the next to test Cech with a header from Sanchez’s cross, the Chelsea keeper gathering the effort comfortably as Barcelona once more failed to produce the final touch to accompany their artistic approach work.As half-time approached Fabregas had another chance to give Barcelona the lead. He collected an incisive Messi pass and this time beat Cech, who required Cole to scramble back and clear the ball off the line. Chelsea, at this point, would have been happy to reach the interval on level terms – but instead they produced the wonderful bonus of a goal in first-half injury time.Messi was caught in possession by Frank Lampard, who released Ramires, and the reliable Brazilian served up the perfect cross for Drogba to sweep a left-footed finish past Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes.Drogba’s main contribution prior to his goal was to go through his full range of theatrics but this was an example of exactly why Di Matteo made him his choice. As is their style, Barcelona continued as if almost failing to recognise they had fallen behind – but also in the same vein of wasting the openings they created as Adriano saw a shot pushed away by Cech and Sanchez was unable to apply the finish to Fabregas’s scooped pass.Chelsea were pushed right back into their own territory as Barcelona probed and passed for an opening. They were able, however, to survive without too many serious alarms until the closing moments. Cech dived away to his right to save Puyol’s header from Messi’s free-kick then escaped again in the final seconds as substitute Pedro struck the base of the post, with Sergio Busquets lifting the rebound wildly over the bar.And after clinching a place against Liverpool in the FA Cup Final with victory against Tottenham on Sunday, Chelsea can now contemplate the possibility of reaching their second Champions League Final in five years.last_img read more


Joseph Benavidez stands as longest tenured flyweight, but with uncertain future

first_imgBecause the UFC hasn’t made any concrete declarations about the future of the flyweight ranks and he’s got a fight on Friday with a Top 15 flyweight looking to add to his run of success by knocking off the man with the most seniority in the division.“I’m here, fighting for the division, still; fighting for myself, still; fighting for the title, still,” he said.And until someone tells him otherwise, Benavidez isn’t going anywhere. With Johnson’s recent departure, Benavidez now stands as the longest tenured fighter in the weight class with an uncertain future. But the Las Vegas-based veteran isn’t letting any of the talk about the flyweight ranks being shuttered shift his focus as he readies to return to action Friday night against Alex Perez.Join DAZN and watch more than 80 fight nights a year“Until I have an option, I don’t have to deal with that option,” Benavidez told Sporting News. “Rumors are rumors. Until there is something in front of me that says ‘Do this or do that,’ but until then, I’m fighting Alex Perez on Friday at flyweight.”Perez wasn’t always the man Benavidez was going to face in his first fight since dropping a close contest to Sergio Pettis in June.Initially, the perennial contender was paired off with Ray Borg on the 25th anniversary fight card in Denver, Colorado earlier this month, but a few days before the bout, Borg was pulled from the contest due to an undisclosed medial issue, leaving Benavidez in limbo.At the same time, speculation that the company planned on shutting down the 125-pound weight class started to trickle out as competitors took to social media, announcing they had been released from their contracts.The whole situation was like a punch in the gut for Benavidez, who took it in stride initially, before having an emotional crash once he returned home from Colorado.“The hardest part was figuring out, ‘What do I do? Do I train tomorrow? Do I stay on weight? What are we doing?’” Benavidez said of his bout with Borg being scuttled just days before the two were set to step into the cage. “It was no more than a day or two before (the UFC cleared everything up). I tried to pump the brakes a little bit — train while I was in Denver — and went into Elevation and sparred on Friday because I was like, ‘I’m getting into a fight this week, somehow.’”He added: “I came back to Vegas and it wasn’t really until then that I had an emotional dump. I stayed stimulated in Denver because I had stuff to do, places to eat, family to hang out with, but then I got on my couch on Sunday and was like, ‘I’ve got to train tomorrow? I was done with this.’ It wasn’t weird in Denver, but when I got home it was like, ‘Wait — I’m supposed to sleep in tomorrow.’ But I turned off my mind for a week of training and then pumped it back up the week before. I have the right people around me, telling me the right things and that really helps.”While being surrounded by the right people has helped him work through the three-week shift from facing Borg to squaring off with Perez on Friday, being a veteran of the sport and having an level-headed approach to things has allowed him to maintain perspective on the uncertain future of the flyweight division.“The news started to come out [the week I was in Denver] and so that was just on top of everything (else that was going on) and it was like, ‘What’s going on?’” said Benavidez, who carries a 25-5 record into Friday’s showdown with Perez. “It was a little more because my fight got [cancelled] and that made me focus more on what was going on and it was fresh at that moment. But once I got this fight and it’s at flyweight and they made the flyweight title fight, those two things were like, ‘What am I worried about? It’s going until it’s not.’”And just as he has been since the division’s inception, Benavidez remains a central figure in the championship situation.While no one is certain what the future holds for the flyweight division, new champ Henry Cejudo is scheduled to defend his belt against bantamweight titleholder TJ Dillashaw at UFC 233 on Jan. 26 at Honda Center in Anaheim, California.Benavidez has history with both men, as he owns a split decision victory over Cejudo and spent a number of years training alongside Dillashaw at Team Alpha Male in Sacramento, and since that fight is on the books for early next year, he plans on doing the same thing he’s done following each of his previous flyweight victories after he notches another one on Friday — call for a shot at the champion, whomever that ends up being.“Both fights make sense,” he said of potential future pairings with . “When Cejudo won that belt, I saw that fight happening and I know he feels the same way; he wants to avenge that loss. If my last fight goes a different way, he’s calling me out after his win because I’ve won seven in a row and have a win over him. [As for Dillashaw], the fact is, he’s coming down to my weight and that was his decision, which doesn’t leave me much of a choice. He’s coming down to my weight and on top of that, he’s bragging about shutting it down — a division [I helped start] — and bragging about making money while people are losing the jobs they fought for their whole life. You’re fighting for the belt at my weight — a belt I tried my whole career to get — and on top of it, you’re bragging about the division closing and that sat with me wrong for sure.”Having been an integral part of the introduction of the flyweight division, Benavidez described the possibility of the weight class being folded and more fighters being let go as a “devastating mess,” acknowledging that not getting a chance to fight for the title again — especially when it’s around the waist of someone he’s already beaten — would be disappointing, but he’s not focusing on either right now.Join DAZN and watch more than 80 fight nights a year Joseph Benavidez has been a fixture in the UFC flyweight division since its inception, literally.Tabbed to take part in the four-man tournament to crown the division’s first champion, Benavidez defeated Yasuhiro Urushitani to earn his place in the inaugural title clash, where he dropped a split decision to Demetrious Johnson.last_img read more


Brothers Dustin, Jeffrey Larson score in Stock Car qualifiers

first_imgBOONE, Iowa (Sept. 11) – A Larson will start on the front of the outside row in Saturday’s IMCA Speedway Motors Super Nationals fueled by Casey’s main event.Which one remains to be determined.Brothers Dustin Larson and Jeffrey Larson both won their respective qualifying features Friday night at Boone Speedway. They’ll square off in what will no doubt be a spirited game of Rocham­beau Saturday afternoon to decide which gets the front row spot.Dustin Larson started fifth and took the lead after a series of early mishaps, one of which involved mul­tiple cars in front of the flagstand and took 2001 champion Brian Blessington out of the run­ning and sent leader Dave Wickman to the back.John Heinz took over from that point, leading past midway before Dustin Larson drove by on lap 15. Joe Fory ran third much of the distance and Stefan Sybesma raced from the 30th starting spot to fourth.Sybesma was disqualified for compression in post-race tech, promoting two-time Stock Car and one-time Hobby Stock champion Donavon Smith.Jeffrey Larson started from the pole in the second 25-lapper of the evening and led every circuit.A couple mid-race cautions kept the contest closer but Jeffrey Larson was not challenged by run­ner-up Matt Guillaume.Kyle Vanover and Gary Bass completed the top four.Smith makes his ninth consecutive start in the Saturday show. He won Stock Car crowns in 2009 and 2012, as well as the 2004 Hobby Stock title.Heinz qualified for the fifth time, the Larson brothers and Vanover each for the fourth. Flory, Guil­laume and Bass all qualified for the first time.Flory’s son Dalton also qualified for his first Super Nationals Stock Car main, on Thursday. Guil­laume will be looking for his 100th career win in the division on Saturday night.1st qualifying feature results – 1. Dustin Larson, Worthington, Minn.; 2. John Heinz, Green Bay, Wis.; 3. Joe Flory, Williston, N.D.; 4. Donavon Smith, Lake City; 5. Jeff Mueller, New London; 6. Michael Jaennette, Kellogg; 7. Nathan Wood, Sigourney; 8. Todd Reitzler, Grinnell; 9. Dan Hansel­man, Algona; 10. Jason Minnehan, Churdan; 11. Kyle Clough, Wallace, Neb.; 12. Travis Shipman, Mason City; 13. Dave Moriarty, Jordan, Minn.; 14. Ron Pettitt, Norfolk, Neb.; 15. Ryan Harris, Hubbard, Neb.; 16. Shay Curtin, Cresco; 17. Jake Nelson, Williston, N.D.; 18. Dave Wick­man, Emmetsburg; 19. Chris Pruitt, Stuart; 20. Andrew Knode, Adel; 21. Jeff Deal, Fort Dodge; 22. Scott Pippert, Elberon; 23. Chris Palsrok, Sibley; 24. Jeff McCollum, Mankato, Minn.; 25. Rus­sell Damme Jr., Waterloo; 26. Todd Inman, Altoona; 27. Brian Blessington, Breda; 28. Jake Mas­ters, Graettinger; 29. Jay Goosmann, Merrill; 30. Stefan Sybesma, Sanborn.2nd qualifying feature results – 1. Jeffrey Larson, Lakefield, Minn.; 2. Matt Guillaume, Haslet, Texas; 3. Kyle Vanover, Beatrice, Neb.; 4. Gary Bass, Des Moines; 5. Matt Schauer, Arlington, Minn.; 6. Devin Snellenberger, Pulaski, Wis.; 7. Jake Bruns, Vesta, Minn.; 8. Chad Palmer, Ren­wick; 9. Dan Mackenthun, Hamburg, Minn.; 10. Abe Huls, Carthage, Ill.; 11. Gary Mattison, Lamber­ton, Minn.; 12. Kevin Opheim, Mason City; 13. Brad Whitney, Trenton, Mo.; 14. Les Lundquist, Sioux City; 15. Greg Andrew, Waco, Texas; 16. Jesse Brown, Nashua; 17. Todd Gereau, Sioux City; 18. Jay Schmidt, Tama; 19. Colin Deming, Hobbs, N.M.; 20. Shaun Bruns, Danube, Minn.; 21. Perry Misner, Albert, Kan.; 22. William Wade, San Angelo, Texas; 23. Kirk Martin, Weatherford, Texas; 24. Caleb Crenshaw, Fort Worth, Texas; 25. Jake Ludeking, Deco­rah; 26. Kevin Parks Jr., Davenport, Neb.; 27. Cody Frerichs, Bristow; 28. Gary Goudy, Stou­ghton, Sask.; 29. Roger Ciesielski, Waterloo; 30. Rodney Richards, Madrid.last_img read more


Mid-Summer Classic is Saturday at Canyon

first_imgBy Lonnie WheatleyPEORIA, Ariz. – Summer is most definitely in full effect in Arizona’s valley. So it’s quite fitting that Canyon Speedway Park near Phoenix hosts its annual Mid-Summer Classic on Saturday night, July 9.Following an open practice tonight from 7-10 p.m., Saturday’s Mid-Summer Classic atop the 1/3-mile clay oval will feature a full slate of that includes Arizona Differential IMCA Modifieds.Saturday tickets are $16 with a $3 discount for military, seniors and students. Children ages 7-12 are $6, with children six and under admitted free. VIP passes are available for $20.last_img read more


Out-Pace Racing Products renews IMCA Deery Series, Hawkeye Dirt Tour awards

first_imgFREEPORT, Ill. – Champions and non-qualifiers in two premier IMCA series share the wealth of Out-Pace Racing Products’ awards program.The Freeport, Ill., suspension com­po­nent manufacturer and fourth-year sponsor gives prize packages of brackets and bars to champions of both the Deery Brothers Summer Series for IMCA Late Models and the Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour for IMCA Modifieds.Fifty dollar gift certificates go to designated drivers at each event in both series.Rounding out the Out-Pace program are $50 gift certificates for top five finishers at 30 Modified specials and at 15 SportMod specials.The Deery Series is next at Farley Speedway for the Yankee Dirt Track Classic on Sept. 1 and 2 while a July 19 date at Southern Iowa Speedway is next for the Hawkeye Dirt Tour.“Out-Pace Racing Products is honored to support the two IMCA touring series that are based in Iowa,” said company representative Rueben Meyer. “Both the Deery Series and the Arnold Motor Supply Hawkeye Dirt Tour are great ways to support the Late Model Modified drivers who use or potentially will use the products we build for their cars. We would also like to thank and congratulate all the drivers that have won so far on tour using Out-Pace Racing Products.”Information about Out-Pace products is available on at the www.out-pace.com website, by calling 815 297-0221 and on Facebook.“The Out-Pace line of products is great for our Modified, SportMod and Late Model divisions and there is a good chance you’ll run into Rueben representing Out-Pace at many of the events on these schedules,” commented IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “We certainly endorse what they are providing for our members and hope they’ll support them in return.”last_img read more