On December 16, the racing world lost Bill Simpson. After suffering a stroke on the 13th of December, Bill was admitted to IU Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, and passed three days later. He was 79 years of age.
It’s a clear winter day in Ohio, and thoughts of sprint car racing seem distant to Dale Blaney.
Unless there is concern about a short sprint car field, it is time to stop scheduling support divisions at World of Outlaws and All Star races.
It’s banquet season now that the racing season is over. I watched the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series banquet on dirtvision.com and I attended the Attica Raceway Park/Attica Fremont Championship Series banquet in person.
The world of motorsports has many components, and members or participants of each of those often do not give a concerted enough effort to appreciate the struggles of those involved in the others.
TWA Flight 334 eased toward Los Angeles Intl. Airport, and the lights of the sprawling city below rolled endlessly to the east. Jimmy Wilson looked out the window, and his seatmates Jack Underwood and Rusty Fernandez leaned over to...
It seems that every year – or sometimes several times throughout a single season – there’s a new wonderkid that everyone is raving about.
With my 81st Christmas fast approaching, I recall how much I used to love this time of year, back when I was still trying to run every race I could find.
Thirteen years ago, I started seeing race results and schedules for an unknown dirt midget series running in the Midwest. The series was called POWRi.
The sudden passing of Mike Streicher at just 62 years of age was a bitter pill to swallow, and a fresh reminder of just how fragile life is.
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