Hundreds of hotrods will drive through Cedar Rapids Thursday as part of a “drag and drive” event through the Midwest.
Auto racing: Hawkeye Downs director generally is busy with other task on race night, but got back in his car for special event on Friday
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Ogden column: Benton County Speedway in Vinton is one of the lucky ones, drawing lots of cars and fans. But it’s not as easy as it looks.
Cedar Rapids native Joey Gase was back in Cedar Rapids Friday night to race at his home track, Hawkeye Downs Speedway; a track he loves and wants to support.
Officials hope new partnership with NASCAR will boost attendance and car count as season begins with Mid-Am series Friday and return of Joey Gase
Cedar Rapids’ paved racetrack will be part of Advanced Auto Parts Racing Series with bigger purses and, hopefully, larger car counts in late models, sportsman, hobby stocks and hornets divisions
Cedar Rapids Kennedy graduate Kaden Reynolds won national Rookie of the Year honors in the stock car division and took home $5,000 in Dubuque last weekend.
Clear Lake’s Kody King, 15, took the season points championship in the Late Models division on Aug. 5. The 2022 campaign was King’s first full season driving Late Models at Hawkeye Downs.
Ian Pate, the leader in the Hornets division, is excited for the final two weeks of the Hawkeye Downs season.
See a multitude of model cars starting Saturday at the Marion Heritage Center & Museum.
Cedar Rapids Jefferson graduate Danny Lehmkuhl was thrilled with his first win at Hawkeye Downs Speedway.
Kacey Korsmo spent most of his Friday nights in the summer at Hawkeye Downs Speedway, watching his father, Kevin, race. After high school, he decided to get behind the wheel and now father and son race together.
Adam Petrzelka won his first feature this year in the hobby stocks division, while Jacob Tiegen returned from a previous wreck to earn his fifth victory this season at Hawkeye Downs.
Chad Vozenilek might see himself as a “rookie,” but he’s certainly not racing like one at Hawkeye Downs this summer.