Phillips, Morton featured in latest Dirt Modified Magazine
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December 20, 2013

INDEPENDENCE, Iowa—Sunflower Showdown winner Terry Phillips adorns the cover of the January 2014 issue of Dirt Modified Magazine which hits shelves and begins arriving in mailboxes this week.

The latest issue is packed with coverage of USRA drivers and events, including My ‘Sunflower Showdown’ Notebook with an inside look at the inaugural Sunflower Showdown at the Lakeside Speedway in Kansas City, Kan. (pg. 77) and My ‘Featherlite Fall Jamboree’ Notebook where Todd Narveson gives us his notes and observations from this year’s annual event (pg. 34).

In the story More With Less, More or Less, J.C. Morton of Springfield, Mo., reveals why he continues to be one of the drivers to beat when it comes to the ultra-competitive USRA B-Mod ranks in Missouri (pg. 48).

Other feature articles include Trailers Ain’t Never Won A Race: Terry Tabor profiles chassis builder and veteran driver Eddie Martin of Stilwell, Okla. (pg. 27).

Readers can also expect more of the same popular sections of Dirt Modified Magazine including The Wire, New Products, Speed Shop and Chassis Spotlight presented by BSB Manufacturing, plus columns by Editor Mike O’Connor, Steve Davis, Amanda Stiffler, Ray Beste and Scott Erickson.

Headquartered in Independence, Iowa, Three Wide Media launched Dirt Modified Magazine in August 2007. The company also publishes Dirt Late Model Magazine and Flat Out Magazine. If you're not yet a subscriber yet, go to or call 800-536-5277 to get with the program.

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