It was another hot day at the Southern State Fairgrounds, and Jimmy Wilson felt a bead of sweat form on the nape of his neck, dribbling down his back.
I'm sitting here in my KO Research & Development world headquarters, staring out the crescent shaped moon windows that I had specially made for my office.
What’s the best-looking sprint car of all time? Everyone has their personal favorites, and for a variety of different reasons.
If you’re like me, I have found many positives from this era of shelter in place. Much of this would include a renewed appreciation of very simple things, and accordingly, I have spent more time considering what is really...
The epidemic is real, and I’m not referring to the virus.
Without a doubt these are unsettling times. It feels like we’re in a state of constant upheaval, and everyday life – going to the store, visiting with friends, dining...
In my last column, I wrote about Terry McCarl and the people of Park Jefferson Int'l Speedway in South Dakota having a pay-per-view race on Speed Shift TV and the World of Outlaws having a similar race on DIRTvision.com at Knoxville Raceway in Iowa.
And now for something completely different. That was a line used years ago by the British comedy show Monty Python’s Flying Circus.
My wife and I recently completed our first promotional venture, the T-Town Midget Showdown at Oklahoma's Port City Raceway.
Jimmy Wilson glanced up at the sky, eyes scanning the horizon. A cloud would sure be nice right about now … any sort of cloud that could cover up the sun, if only for a few minutes.
Amid all of the doom and gloom surrounding the country and racing community right now, as we work our way through the current coronavirus problems, I wanted this month’s column to be positive and focus on something I will...
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