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Race fans started lining up well before 6 p.m. Saturday night.
It’s a group nobody wants to join, but occasionally a new member is inducted.
With only two weeks left in the life of Texas Thunder Speedway, Harker Heights racer Jason Batt is closing in on a once-in-a-lifetime goal.
For a long time, IMCA Modified driver Dillon Smith has been known as “The Thrill Show.”
Never again will the sounds of crashing metal, the sight of steam-spouting, ripped-open radiators, the thud of slashed tires, along with the oohs and ahhs of a near capacity crowd be on display at Texas Thunder Speedway for Demolition Derby night.
Around 4 p.m. on Saturdays, Texas Thunder Speedway promoter David Goode is known to gather whichever staff members are there that early for a bull session, disguised as “the pre-race meeting,” to talk about what’s going to happen that night.
Worst to first. Can you think of a more gratifying way to finish tops in a stock car race?
Amy Ross saw it coming but couldn’t do anything about it.
Keith White needed to make up eight points.
"This track, of course, growth is killing it. We wanted to run here again before it closes.” — IMCA Modified driver Darin Leonard on making the trip from South Texas with his son to race at Texas Thunder Speedway.
There it was, hanging high above venerable Texas Thunder Speedway once the sun went down.
I really liked what a fan posted on Facebook about Saturday’s race card.
We knew it would happen. It always does. Every time the American Sprint Car Series comes to Killeen, fans are left drained after a 20-car, 25-lap blowout served up by the outfit’s Gulf South Region drivers and Saturday night was no different.
Who would take the IMCA Modified feature at Texas Thunder Saturday night? You really couldn’t tell, even up to the final turn.
“See her while you can.” — Baylor Lady Bear basketball coach Kim Mulkey late-season comment on superstar Brittney Griner.
I love surprises ... and the closing yards of Saturday night’s IMCA Modified main event at Texas Thunder Speedway would have to qualify as one.
G.W. Egbert IV was hot under the hood ... literally.
You might say “Downtown” came uptown Thursday night at Texas Thunder Speedway.
It was a moving sight that I won’t soon forget.
"Joe, would you please stop cursing!”
He doesn’t wear a cape or blue tights over his firesuit, and the only way Chris Florio can fly is around the Texas Thunder Speedway oval, but he did that again Saturday night.
Captain America is on a mission.
Get a good look at the rear quarter panels of Keith White’s IMCA Modified and you’ll see a likeness of an American comic book icon.
No, Batman and Robin weren’t there, but a couple of down-to-earth, local race car drivers put on a superhero show of their own, delighting dirt track fans on a chilly evening in west Killeen.
Each Saturday, while driving east on Stan Schlueter Loop toward TTS, I look for the omen.
Belton Senior Activity Center’s annual Christmas party is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Dec. 19 at 842 S. Mitchell St., Belton.