The path to the Pennsylvania Speedweek presented by Red Robin championship has become simple for Kyle Larson entering the final night of the mini-series.
On many occasions over recent years, Kyle Larson has left Williams Grove Speedway with a sour taste, either defeated or, in some ways, embarrassed
For the third time in his career, Brian Brown swept both the 360 and 410 classes at Knoxville Raceway Friday on Vermeer/“Salute the Troops” Night
Howard Moore romped to his second consecutive USCS Outlaw Thunder Tour presented by K&N Filters sprint car victory Friday night at Lexington 104 Speedway
Charlie Schultz proved that experience was the key to victory lane during Friday’s inaugural event for the Must See Racing Midwest Lights Series at Shady Bowl Speedway.
Kyle Hamilton, the 2017 Little 500 winner, turned in a dominant performance to win the season opening race for the Auto Value Super Sprint Car Series Friday at Lucas Oil Raceway.
Williams Grove Speedway will present the biggest race of Pennsylvania Speedweek presented by Red Robin Friday night when the 32nd annual H&N Landscaping Mitch Smith Memorial for 410 sprint cars hits the half-mile dirt track.
Courtesy of his second win in three races during Pennsylvania Speedweek presented by Red Robin, Kyle Larson drastically expanded his lead atop the point standings Thursday night.
Every once in a while, specifically on long, cross-country road trips or a late race night that bled into early morning, Katelyn Larson would peek over her husband’s shoulder, wanting to know what’s keeping him so occupied on his phone.
If there was any sort of notion that Kyle Larson would stumble and lose grip of the Pennsylvania Speedweek title, he took it and shoved it into yesteryear on Thursday night at Hagerstown Speedway
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