As the sun sets on the small town of Morgantown, Ky., hundreds of spectators make their way through the gates of Cedar Ridge Speedway. They're here to watch homemade race cars rip around the small dirt track nestled among the tree-line. Drivers as young as nine years old wrench on hand-me-down cars, carrying on family legacies. Spectators looking for the full race-track experience stand at the turns, waiting to get doused with dirt as the cars run laps. It's not until the early morning hours when the lights are shut off, and the dust is finally allowed to settle.
This is in ongoing series of images I've made at the track with my 4x5 view camera.