LAWRENCEBURG - Dave Darland had never driven or really seen the Barry Tibbits-owned No. 43D car when he arrived at Lawrenceburg Speedway Saturday, Sept. 14, to drive it.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
EAST CENTRAL 43, Batesville 0
LAWRENCEBURG 41, Franklin Co. 7
SOUTH DEARBORN 42, Greensburg 31
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
HS Boys Soccer
Franklin County at Lawrenceburg (Dick Meador Stadium) (Varsity & Reserve), 6 & 7:30 p.m.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13
EAST CENTRAL 35, Franklin Co. 0 *
LAWRENCEBURG 49, Greensburg 17 +
SOUTH DEARBORN 39, Connersville 0 *
Kentucky native Kevin Harvick is all smiles, displaying the pennant for earning pole position for the start of the Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard Sunday, Sept. 8, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. His No. 4 car led a 1-2-3 sweep for Ford at the conclusion of 160 laps. (Patrick Meyer)
Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard polesitter and 2019 champion Kevin Harvick, of Owensboro, Ky., awaits the start of the race in his No. 4 Ford before winning for the second time in his career Sunday, Sept. 8, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Harvick beat Joey Logano's Ford by a margin of 6.118 seconds at the finish, while teammate Bubba Wallace placed third. (Patrick Meyer)
Pensive Kevin Harvick appears focused at pre-race drivers' meeting prior to the Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard Sunday, Sept. 8, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The 43-year old polesitter and 2014 NASCAR Cup champion dominated, leading for 118 of 160 laps for his third win this season and 48th overall. (Patrick Meyer)
Big Machine Vodka 400 at the Brickyard contender Kurt Busch had every right to appear downcast in the garage after his No. 1 Monster Energy Chevrolet was caught up in a crash initiated by former 4-time winner Jimmie Johnson on the 104th lap Sunday, Sept. 8, at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Forced to return on Lap 155, Busch finished 30th but still qualified for the 10-race Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series playoffs. (Patrick Meyer)