Lazy Dayz Racing Xfinity Series


16 drivers came out for the Lazy Dayz Racing Xfinity Series Charlotte 225. Pole sitter Ben Nelson would dominate the race leading all but 9 laps on his way to his rather impressive 6th win in the Lazy Dayz Racing Xfinity Series. Lee Grantdy finishes in 2nd, Curtis Martin 3rd, Eric Minch 4th, and Lee Rigney in 5th. This 150 lap event would take 1 hour and 29 minutes. The pace car slowed the field 5 times for 20 laps. Was an insanely loose track for the night and saw a lot of cars spinning of turns 2 and 4. Up next our All Star race comes to you live on Centerforce TV, Saturday May 27th.

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Lazy Dayz Racing K&N Series


3 Cautions for 12 laps would see a lot of torn up race cars. 7 leaders across 21 lead changes. The 57 lap event took 59 minutes from Green to Checker. Pole sitter Ben Nelson had an eventful day and would settle for 7th after eading 4 laps. Kyle Frame would lead 20 laps and take the win. Ryan Timmel would take second after leading 9 laps. Kenten Crossland takes 3rd, Austin Marion in 4th and Eric MInch in 5th. Great racing across the field in a race that saw 17 drivers take the green. Our Next Lazy Dayz Racing K&N Series event is May 26th, from Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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Down To Mikes Truck Series


6 Races! 6 Different Winners


16 Drivers turned out for the Down to Mikes Truck Series Dover 150. Pole Sitter Ben Nelson would drop to the rear of the field due to missing practice. In the end he would make his way to Victory Lane for the first time in the Truck Series. Landon Lacey had a dominating performance, leading 106 of the 150 laps, but on final pitstops fell short of Ben Nelson. Kyle Frame in 3rd, Dylan Vose in 4th, and Mr. Consistancy, Eric Spencer, retaining the points lead with his 5th top 5 in 6 races.
So after 6 events, 6 winners, the race for the Chase is starting to heat up. Its looking as though there will be at least 8 winners on the year, which means no driver will point there way in. Series regulars, Eric Spencer, Eric Barile, Eric Minch, Nate Anderson, Skyler Allen, Trevor Malone, John Rinaldo, are all still seeking win number 1 in the series.
Race Breakdown: The 150 lap event took 1 hour 17 minutes to complete. 5 cautions slowed the field for 21 laps. 8 lead changes, among 5 leaders. 2 cars started tail of the field for missing practice, #46 Ben Nelson and #96 Skyler Allen. #04 Did not set a Qualify time, so he recieved a Black Flag at the start of the event.
Up next Texas Motorspeedway June 8th, brought you live on CFR TV. Check it out as the action heats up. Go Fast Racing is still taking on new drivers! Email us today!



Go Fast Racing Dirt Series


17 Drivers came out to so DirtCar Series racing from Volusia. Pole Sitter Dakota Bowman leads 35 of the 40 laps, but relegates to finish 10th after issues with 5 laps to go. Tyler Groenedyk takes over the lead with 5 laps to go and pulls off the win. Tony Monge 2nd, Scott Thomason 3rd, Corey Heffron 4th, michael Horton in 5th. Our next DirtCar series race is May 17th from Williams Grove.

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Go Fast Racing Super Late Model Series


Congrats to 2016 Super Late Model champion Skyler Allen. With 10 starts, 1 win, 9 top 5s, and 9 top 10s, Skyler Allen is our first Super Late Model champion. Nate Anderson finishes 2nd in points, 12 points behind. Joe Marks in 3rd, 70 points behind. What a great first season. Our next Super Late Model Season starts November 25th, 2017 and the schedule is available here.



Go Fast Racing Super Truck Series


Skyler Allen is your 2016 Super Truck Series Champion. Skyler started in 12 races, finishing every race inside the top 10. With 2 wins, and 8 top 5s, Skyler would finish ahead of Kirk Smith in the points by 20 points. Nate Anderson finishes the year in 3rd. John Rinaldo in 4th, and Eric Minch in 5th. The Super Truck Series will kick off its next season starting November 29th, from Talladega. The full schedule is available here.



Message from our Founders:


"I started Go Fast Racing League to build a league with focus on Speed, Fun, and Friendship. That is our motto and the basis of our existance. We strive to make each race fun for the participants. We reached an agreement with Nate Anderson, to merge Go Fast Racing and Badger State Racing Series, giving our combined leagues a heafty, talented driver pool. It has been nothing but up from there. We have lined up sponsorships for 3 Nascar Series, broadcasting for all 3 of the Nascar Series, with Cash Payouts to Series Champions in 5 series our first year! Its been an amazing start, and Nate and I hope to continue to drive the League to be the best on iRacing."

-Skyler Allen, Founder of Go Fast Racing League

 

"When Skyler and I first started talking about merging Go Fast Racing League and Badger State Racing Series, I saw an oppurtunity to take two great leagues, and combine all of the resources together. This allowed us to put together great racing, with a great group of drivers. We have watched 1 sponsored series, turn into two and then three. Its been an amazing start to the year, and it only looks like its going to get better from here. Skyler and I have a great vision for Go Fast Racing League, as we build around speed, fun, and friendship. "

-Nate Anderson, Founder of Go Fast Racing League

 

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