In this new monthly photo-essay feature, National Sprint Car Hall of Fame photographer John Mahoney shares his memories and images from some of the most amazing and historic sprint car and midget races in history.
This month, we revisit the...
Riley Kreisel’s race team is a legitimate family operation, comprised of his parents, sister, and girlfriend. They’ve achieved quite a bit of success.
For those who have ever been curious what tracks their favorite driver listens to during the hours spent towing up and down the highways, Sammy Swindell gave some insight into his musical tastes.
Over the course of a unique season, marred heavily by the COVID-19 pandemic, most series were forced to run abbreviated or altered schedules in 2020.
Scott Gerkin was a small-town boy who followed his passion and became one of the greatest sprint car mechanics in the history of the sport.
You can’t judge a book by its cover. It’s an old saying which still applies today. And, apparently, it rings true when reviewing the life of Hall of Fame crew chief, mechanic, and car owner Kenny Woodruff.
He was gruff....
Eighteen-year-old Jadon Rogers was recently named the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series Rookie of the Year, adding an early notch to a quickly-growing racing resume.
Once Don Droud Jr. got the hang of winning in a 360 sprint car, predictably, he began exploring the world of 410 sprint car racing.
The rain falling on Jimmy Wilson added to his tension as he ran across the parking lot. It was a gloomy late afternoon.
As Don Droud Jr. prepared for the final points race of the USAC Midwest Wingless Series season at Missouri’s Bethany Speedway, he was approached by an interested media member.
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