Toting his HANS device and a look of frustration, Brent Marks stormed out of his car and into his massive hauler, through the glass sliding doors in the very back.
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.
Mike Heffner, owner of Heffner Racing Enterprises based in central Pennsylvania, confirmed to Sprint Car & Midget Tuesday evening he is halting sprint car operations for the foreseeable future.
It wasn’t long ago that Rico Abreu burst onto the motorsports scene and rose through the ranks, landing in NASCAR after developing into one of dirt racing’s favorite characters.
Tim Shaffer and his crew chief Cody Jacobs have parted ways with Demyan-Rudzik Racing, effective immediately.
With Knoxville Raceway making the decision to end its season this week, the partnership between Terry McCarl and Destiny Motorsports has concluded.
Brothers-in-law Brad Sweet and Kyle Larson rank one and two in this week’s National Sprint Car Rankings.
Christopher Bell shocked the dirt-track world on Thursday by revealing his acquisition of a winged 410 sprint car, then backed up his enthusiasm by winning with it just two nights later.
With three more victories during Cometic Gasket Ohio Sprint Speedweek, Kyle Larson has moved to the top of the National Sprint Car Rankings.
Neither rain nor a talented field of 410 sprint car drivers could stop Tony Stewart from taking top honors in Sunday’s Wild Wing Shootout finale at Arizona Speedway.
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