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World of Outlaws
Running second, more than six seconds behind the leader with two laps to go was the perfect spot for David Gravel
Sheldon Haudenschild had to pause. His words caught in his throat. An emphatic cheer filled the silence while Haudenschild collected his emotions
James McFadden’s podium finish with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series Thursday at Plymouth Speedway had to feel like a victory in some ways.
Chris Windom had won pretty much everything Kokomo Speedway has had to offer throughout the past decade.
Tyler Courtney has gotten quite used to parking it in victory lane at Kokomo Speedway over the past few years.
C.J. Leary saved a little bit of late-race magic en route to winning Friday night's James Dean Classic USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car victory on night one of the Indiana Donor Network Driven2SaveLives Double Double at Gas City I-69 Speedway
Having won some of the biggest events in 360 sprint car competition, the one that has consistently eluded Sam Hafertepe Jr. has been the COMP Cams Short Track Nationals presented by Hoosier Tires.
In an absolute classic on the Lucas Oil Speedway dirt, Sam Hafertepe Jr. emerged from a three-way battle to win the 10th annual Jesse Hockett/Daniel McMillin Memorial on Saturday night
Mark Smith visited victory lane for the second night in a row at Lucas Oil Speedway, winning Friday’s Lucas Oil ASCS Sprint Car Series feature during the Hockett/McMillin Memorial
Tyler Courtney and Clauson/Marshall Racing’s winged sprint car team have been worked hard to learn the tricks of the trade this season, and the fruits of their labor are starting to show.
Donald Cerrone once famously said, “To be the best, you’ve got to beat the best,” and David Gravel did just that Wednesday night at Eldora Speedway.
Entering turn three on the final lap of Wednesday night’s Governors Reign finale at Eldora Speedway, Kyle Larson could see the checkered flag and a $52,000 winner’s check within reach.
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