Kyle Larson's two-month run of brilliance in dirt-track racing came to a screeching halt so suddenly Sunday night that it was almost as shocking as the streak itself.
Those looking for six-time and reigning Cometic Gasket Ohio Sprint Speedweek champion Dale Blaney have had to search a little harder than usual to find him this week.
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.
Before Kyle Larson rolled off for his first of two laps in time trials along the Port Royal frontstretch runway, he glanced off to the side and noticed two bull-shaped trophies resting in victory lane
After a strong rookie season on the All Star Circuit of Champions tour with Sam McGhee Motorsports, Zeb Wise is striking out on his own this year.
All Star Circuit of Champions owner Tony Stewart spoke publicly for the first time on Thursday after nearly a week of social media conversation stemming from the series' most-recent event at BAPS Motor Speedway.
The racer in three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart wants to get back on track, but the businessman in Stewart has been hard at work since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
Just when you think Kyle Larson can’t find any other impressive ways to reach victory lane, he pulls yet another trick out of his hat with the Silva Motorsports No. 57.
Officials from the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 have announced a stacked field of full-time competitors that will be racing with the series this season.
Kyle Larson finished off Cometic Gasket Ohio Sprint Speedweek Sunday night at Sharon Speedway the exact same way he capped Pennsylvania Speedweek eight days earlier, by parking the Silva Motorsports No. 57 in victory lane.
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