SewInsane Embroidery Joins Forces with Newfast Queen City Compacts Tour

We're delighted to announce that the Newfast Motorsports Queen City Compact Tour is now presented by SewInsane Embroidery, joining forces with Newfast Motorsports to bring you an exciting season of high speed Sport Compact racing action! SewInsane Embroidery, based out of Sardinia, Ohio, specializes in custom embroidery on a wide range of items, from hats to shirts and jackets, under the ownership of Ashley Shannon.

As part of the sponsorship, the Newfast Motorsports Queen City Compact Tour Presented by SewInsane Embroidery series points will offer lucrative rewards, with a minimum of $1000 going to the series champion, $300 for the runner-up, and $200 for third place, all thanks to our valued marketing partners and friends.

As supporters of grassroots racing, SewInsane Embroidery extend their sponsorship to other events like The King of Compacts and the SCDRA. With their dedication to quality and their passion for motorsports, SewInsane Embroidery is excited to be part of the Queen City Compact Tour in 2024.

Additionally, we're actively seeking additional sponsorship for the tour, as well as a title sponsor for the 15th Annual King of Compacts. If you're interested in supporting grassroots racing and reaching a dedicated audience of loyal racefans and drivers, we'd love to hear from you!

The  Newfast Queen City Compact Tour features the best in short track racing action with high powered Sport Compact cars racing on dirt tracks across the Ohio River Valley region. In 2024, the series will showcase exciting racing and colorful personalites at various tracks, including 35 Raceway Park, Tyler County Speedway, Ohio Valley Speedway, Jackson County Speedway, Ponderosa Speedway, Lake Cumberland, Moler Raceway Park, Paragon Speedway, Richmond Raceway in Kentucky, with the season concluding  with the 15th Annual King of Compacts.

The Newfast Motorsports Queen City Compact Tour Presented by Sew Insane Embroidery would like to thank all of their sponsors including: Newfast Motorsports, SewInsane Embroidery, Diamond Cut Lawn Care, Bentley Lawn Design, G Custom's Powder Coating, Silvis Motorsports, Crazy John Sandlin Live

Newfast Motorsports renews commitment to FWD Racing in 2024

Newfast Motorsports, a long-standing supporter in the dirt racing community, proudly announces its return as a sponsor for the Newfast Motorsports Queen City Compact Tour in 2024. Led by owner Wayne Newbury, Newfast Motorsports has built a reputation for excellence, boasting exceptional craftsmanship, meticulous attention to detail, and versatile capabilities.

With over two decades of experience, Wayne Newbury brings a wealth of knowledge and racing expertise to Newfast Motorsports. Not only has he spearheaded the company's growth, but he also actively competes in the Sport Compact division, showcasing his unwavering dedication to the sport.

Whether it's constructing powerful Super Late Models or optimizing the performance of Sport Compacts, Newfast Motorsports consistently demonstrates its versatility and expertise in every project undertaken.

In addition to their sponsorship of the Newfast Motorsports Queen City Compact Tour &  Diamond Cut Lawn Care Battle for the Belt, Newfast Motorsports remains committed to supporting FWD racing by partnering with various tracks and events. They continue to be proud sponsors of organizations such as SCDRA (Sport Compact Dirt Racing Association) and SCDRA Northeast, playing a vital role in fostering the growth and success of grassroots racing while providing ample opportunities for talented racers to shine.

With a legacy spanning over 25 years in the racing industry, Newfast Motorsports' unwavering commitment to the racing community and their profound passion for motorsports make them an invaluable partner to the Queen City Compact Tour and the wider racing community.

The Newfast Motorsports Queen City Compact Tour is set to kick off its 2024 schedule with the $1,000 to-win Tom Colley Memorial at 35 Raceway Park in Frankfort, Ohio, on Sunday, May 26th. Spanning across three different states of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, all within a 4-hour radius of Cincinnati, Ohio, the 2024 schedule features 10 exciting races. Dates include June 1st at Tyler County Speedway, June 7th at Ohio Valley Speedway, and the newly renovated Jackson County Speedway. 

Additionally, mark your calendars for the events at Ponderosa Speedway and Lake Cumberland on July 5th and 6th for the FWD Blowout Weekend, Moler Raceway Park on July 26th, Paragon Speedway on August 3rd, and Richmond Raceway in Kentucky on September 21st. The season will conclude with the highly anticipated 15th Annual King of Compacts on October 4th-5th.

The Newfast Motorsports Queen City Compact Tour would like to thank all of their sponsors including: Newfast Motorsports, SewInsane Embroidery, Diamond Cut Lawn Care, Bentley Lawn Design, G Custom's Powder Coating, Silvis Motorsports, Crazy John Sandlin Live. 


Tri-State Legends Cup: Uniting Weekly Racers Across Neighboring States in 2024

Introducing the Tri-State Legends Cup — where drivers from Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana will earn points at every dirt Legends Car event in the Tri-state area.

The Tri-State Legends Cup emerges as a challenge for weekly racers, offering a platform to compete for points against peers across Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana. This series aims to redefine the racing landscape by fostering spirited competition and camaraderie among drivers and series in neighboring states. Recognizing the evolving landscape of "weekly racing," we hope to bring the Legends division into the spotlight. Featuring a near-universal ruleset, and an enthusiastic cast of drivers, this division provides tracks with an affordable yet exciting option to host races that will keep fans on the edge of their seats.
Undergoing an exciting rebranding, The Tri-State Legends Cup will transform into a simplified regional points chase, racing across Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana, with some selected special events. In its inaugural 2021 season, the young phenom Nicholas Byrd triumphed over veteran Steve Duderstadt. Adam Hudson fought off Tyler Scott and Casey Ulm to win the 2022 championship & the thrilling saga continued in 2023, as "Jumpin" Joe Warning secured the championship in a fierce battle against Evan Kennemore.

The 2024 Tri-State Legends Cup will see drivers earning points at several track's including MRP Raceway Park, Brushcreek Motorsports Complex, Atomic Speedway, Florence Speedway, Lake Cumberland Speedway, Ponderosa Speedway, and several more tracks to be announced soon.

Full details on the Tri-State Legends Cup will be available soon.


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