The 15th annual Indiana Midget Week kicked off on June 5 at Montpelier Motor Speedway and ran for five consecutive nights before the finale was rained out.
A new generation of drivers were poised to make their mark as the 1960’s arrived.
Decades after the open range era had ended in America, one wonders if the descendants of the once virulent cattle and sheep wars decided to continue their spat in a new venue.
Turn 3 Media, LLC has announced Chris Paulsen has joined as Managing Partner.
Richard Hoffman passed away on April 30 at age 76.
We sat down with Dave Darland to talk about his career in the sport, from beginning through to today, to find out what comes next.
He’s the winningest driver in USAC National Sprint Car Series history, one of just six members of USAC’s Triple Crown club of drivers having won championships in all three major USAC divisions, one of the most popular drivers in USAC history, and a 2017 inductee to the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame. He’s still fast; last season he earned three USAC National Sprint Car Series feature wins. And yet, he currently has no fulltime ride.
If your last name is Kinser and you live in the vicinity of Bloomington, Ind., chances are pretty good that you’ve been around sprint car racing. Such is the case for 26-year-old Jordan Kinser.
Our monthly fictional feature, set in the mid-1970s, continues. Keep in mind that the characters and accomplishments contained are purely fictional.
Kody Swanson claimed his third Little 500 victory with a dominant performance
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