I once again had a fantastic four days at this year’s NOS Energy Drink Knoxville Nationals.
My old buddy and fellow racer, the legendary Jack Calabrase, stopped in a few weeks ago at my home in Evansville, Wis.
The Champion Racing Oil National Open is scheduled for Oct. 4-5 at Williams Grove Speedway and will once again be sanctioned by the World of Outlaws.
On Aug. 31, the management of East Bay Raceway Park in Gibsonton, Fla., posted on the track’s Facebook page that the race track has five more years, and then will likely cease to exist.
After a one year absence, it was exciting to see Williams Grove Speedway back on the USAC Silver Crown schedule this season.
When I first started racing midgets back in 1970, USAC had a minimum age rule of 21 years of age that they strictly enforced.
We are five months through the racing season in Central PA and there are three months to go in the 2019 season.
It’s almost time for the nomination ballots for the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame to arrive, and two of the names on my ballot in the driver category will be Greg Hodnett and Tim Shaffer.
On a memorable night in 1996 at the Terre Haute Action Track, 43-year-old Kevin Olson prevailed with a steady drive in the bottom groove to score an unlikely win at the Hut Hundred.
Some of the most significant advancements in the last decade of sprint car racing have been in the shocks.
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