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Youngster Alex Yankowski Gains a Page on ARRA Website

Ringoes,NJ – Alex Yankowski began his youth sporting aspirations in the direction of little league baseball.  When the very young Alex began to miss little league practice in lieu of participating in local racing…the die was cast for the high school student to begin his auto racing career.  From a start racing go karts and slingshots, Alex quickly progressed over to the stock cars….dominating the Big Diamond and Five Mile Pt. Speedways in 2018 to win both track Sportsman championships.  Moving to the Modified division in 2019, he has currently won at ten different tracks…from the local dusty bull rings right on up to a marquee DIRTcar Modified series event at the Dirt Track at Charlotte. 

  “I began taking notice of Alex a handful of years ago and will never forget watching him take the checkered flag upside down and into the fence….winning the Danny Serrano Memorial 100 lap modified event at the Bridgeport Motorsports Park back in 2018.” Remembers ARRA President Fred Voorhees.  “I have actually been giving thought to looking back into Alex’s career, but never got around to it until this weekends racing.  Very happy to have Alex among our researched drivers now and we can accurately track his career as me moves along.”

   “Two drivers put in some terrific efforts this weekend at the New Egypt and Bridgeport Speedways.” Stated ARRA President Fred Voorhees.  “At New Egypt…Peter Britten crossed the line in third place and earned his podium finish at the track that he has rarely been on.  Down at the Bridgeport Motorsports Park, young Alex Yankowski continued to show that he is an ever improving young driver as he snared a second place to Matt Stangle, another young, up and coming talents.”

   “Noticing the efforts of both Britten and Yankowski, I realized that I probably had pretty much all of the win stats of both drivers among my sources open to me at this point.  Figured why not check them out quickly and see how fast I could throw them together.”  The result…two more popular modified “shoes” gaining entry onto the ARRA driver documentation pages roster.

  Alex Yankowski’s ARRA stats page can be viewed here:


Auto Racing Research Associates is a growing group of over forty auto racing historians across the country banded together for the purpose of the research, documentation and displaying of auto racing history such as driver win statistics, track, racing series and organizations histories and also the background of racing personalities, particular cars from the past and various other interesting facts of racing history that should not be forgotten.  ARRA continues to build a network of associated auto racing related websites to unite for better chances of furthering the understanding of the past of our sport.  ARRA offers looking up services for those looking for one particular piece of information from the past.  They are the official statistics information source of the Flemington Speedway Historical Society and have been doing much of the research work for a number of years for the Northeast Dirt Modified Museum and Hall of Fame in Weedsport, NY.