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  • RACING PREVIEW: FEBRUARY 15 TO 18

    MRANN

    RENO, NV (Feb. 14) – Racing Preview has good news this time around; racing has started! Yes it has, both locally as well as nationally. The first local event is actually pretty low key on Sunday when Reno Coffee and Cars has another get together by the Starbucks at 1610 Robb Drive. As usual it begins around 10 a.m. and they ask you not do donuts or peal out in the parking lot and please don’t rev your engines too much. That way the hosts will enjoy keeping those meetings at that location. It’s a great way to see some

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  • BATTLE BORN MX AWARDS

    BBMX Awards.

    SPANISH SPRINGS, NV (Feb. 10) – Battle Born MX held its fall series awards banquet and ceremony this weekend. It was an almost standing room only crowd that attended the function. Dana Losey was the MC for the event and his sister-in-law Shami Potratz acted as the presenter. When people entered the hall and signed in to their left were several tables full of things for raffle prizes as well as some gifts for the award winners. After lunch Losey got up and thanked all the sponsors for those gifts. They were One Eleven Concepts, Big Valley Honda, Reno Motor

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  • RACING PREVIEW: FEB. 8 TO 11

    King of the Hammers

    RENO (Feb. 7) – This week’s Racing Preview has good news as we’re soon out of the Re-Run Zone. So spring and racing are in the air. While there is no racing in this area yet that will soon change but this weekend Battle Born MX hosts the awards banquet for those that raced and did well in the fall series The banquet begins at 3 p.m. and is at the lazy 5 Regional Park off the Pyramid Highway to the east of the library in Spanish Springs. Starting the week after that those racing in the MRANN series will

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  • SHELTON RACING AND FABRICATION

    Shelton Racing & Fabricatio

    This week’s shop is Shelton Racing and Fabrication located in Carson City. Those familiar with racing in this area, especially from the paved oval days, know the last name Shelton because Robby and his late father Tom raced there for many years. Like many in racing Shelton grew up with the sport. “My dad started racing when he was 18, then he quit for a while then he started again at Carson back in ’69,” he said. “Then he went to work for Hershel McGriff and built quite a few of his cars.” Shelton’s racing career began in quarter midgets

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