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Crowd Pleaser: Jake Bubak

Crowd Pleaser: Jake Bubak

Arvada, Colo., racer Jake Bubak has had a consistent sprint car career. But with the start of the 2019 season, Mother Nature really put a whammy on his efforts.

Restoration: 1948 Kurtis-Kraft Midget

If a race car’s reputation is based on the drivers that have sat at the wheel, then this 1948 Kurtis-Kraft midget (serial number 287) scores a high rating.
Best Of Times

THE BEST OF TIMES: Chapter 177 – A Little Swap

TWA Flight 334 eased toward Los Angeles Intl. Airport, and the lights of the sprawling city below rolled endlessly to the east. Jimmy Wilson looked out the window, and his seatmates Jack Underwood and Rusty Fernandez leaned over to...

C.J. Leary’s Rise To Prominence, Part II

The key part to C.J. Leary's 2019 AMSOIL USAC National Sprint Car Series title run is that he didn’t just survive one of the toughest stretches in the season, one he personally dreaded.
The Steele 125

Showtime’s Dave Steele 125

Florida Speedweeks annually kickstarts the new racing season for a variety of series from across the country.
C.J. Leary's Rise

C.J. Leary’s Rise To Prominence, Part I

In 1997, the USAC Silver Crown series made its first appearance at Gateway Int'l Raceway in Madison, Ill.
Honoring The 2019 Champions

Honoring The 2019 Series Champions

As we wind down the year, it's time to recognize the sprint car and midget drivers who collected major series championships during the year.

From The Archives: Kody Swanson, Oct. 2018

The year was 2013. Kody and Jordan Swanson watched the seemingly endless miles of highway slowly stream by as their long drive from the little town of Kingsburg, California, just south of Fresno, to Indianapolis, Indiana dragged on. On both...

Sunrise Unleashed – June 2018

As Bryan Clauson toiled in the shop, suddenly a wry smile crossed his face. The source of his amusement was one of the newest additions to the team. Tyler Courtney’s upbeat and infectious personality was accented by his unruly,...
Crowd Pleaser

CROWD PLEASER: Jesse Colwell

Sometimes in racing, a career is defined by luck, both good and bad. Cottonwood, Calif., driver Jesse Colwell will tell you that he has certainly been on the positive side of the ‘luck meter.’ It started quite by chance when...
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VIDEO: McIntosh Stars In Chili Bowl Opener

Cummins Qualifying Night winner Cannon McIntosh catches up with our Jacob Seelman to discuss his victory in Monday's 30-lap preliminary feature.
Tim Crawley in victory lane at I-30 Speedway. (ASCS photo)

Tim Crawley Rules I-30 Sprint


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