With the sprint car season over in the United States, I wonder what all the drivers who normally go down under to Australia and/or New Zealand – who now can’t go because of COVID-19 – are going to be doing during the off-season.
The rain falling on Jimmy Wilson added to his tension as he ran across the parking lot. It was a gloomy late afternoon.
Elsewhere in this issue you’ll find the final monthly installment of the Best of Times series.
As Cannon McIntosh climbed to the top of his roll cage after besting the field at Missouri’s Sweet Springs Motorsports Complex, you could sense his relief.
It is safe to say that 2020 did not unfold anywhere close to what we expected.
It was those lights. Those bright fluorescent lights buried in the white ceiling tiles staring straight down on me as I moved my feet back and forth in sheer panic, moving anything that I could on my body that didn’t hurt.
Aside from the weirdness of 2020 – and there is no shortage of weirdness today, no doubt – this season is notable for some great racing and a dramatic change of personnel from 10 years ago.
A season that looked...
There are way too many reasons today for your cell phone to never leave your hand. And, if you are a sprint car fan, there are multitudes of apps to keep up with.
In the days leading up to the big 50-lap USAC sprint car event at Washington County Speedway, Jimmy Wilson began hearing a recurring comment.
“Oh, hey,” people would say, looking at him with sudden recognition. “This is the one-year anniversary...
Because of the pandemic, a lot of us are watching races online and, during one particular sprint car event, the street stock support class was taking a long time to complete because of seemingly unending cautions.
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