It was those lights. Those bright fluorescent lights buried in the white ceiling tiles staring straight down on me as I moved my feet back and forth in sheer panic, moving anything that I could on my body that didn’t hurt.
Aside from the weirdness of 2020 – and there is no shortage of weirdness today, no doubt – this season is notable for some...
There are way too many reasons today for your cell phone to never leave your hand. And, if you are a sprint car fan, there are multitudes of apps to keep up with.
World of Outlaws
Twenty-time World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series champion Steve Kinser is one of two racers selected to join the National Motorsports Press Ass'n Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2021.
The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series is bringing a 91-race schedule across 27 states and game-changing purses to the table next year.
Eldora Speedway officials have announced that the legendary high-banked, half-mile clay oval will host two Kings Royals in July.
The annual competition meetings for the United States Auto Club's three national divisions will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 8.
It won't happen this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but the Turkey Night Grand Prix has long been one of the West Coast’s most prestigious motorsports events.
After a five-year motorsports partnership, Chad Boat and Corey Tucker announced Tuesday they will go in different directions for the upcoming season.
Brenham Crouch will make his ASCS sprint car debut this weekend during the Copper Classic.
After a late call-up, Brock Zearfoss will head west and pilot “Bullet” Bob Ream’s familiar No. 8 during Arizona Speedway’s annual Copper Classic.
An abbreviated season due to COVID-19 restrictions failed to hinder Alex Hill's improvement on the track.
Vermeer Motorsports announced Saturday that the team will run the full Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions schedule next year with driver Hunter Schuerenberg.
The Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 will contest 59 races across 13 states next season.
What started as a role as a substitute driver has developed into a full-time opportunity for Indiana’s Justin Peck.
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