The rock-battered 5M sprinter stood out in the pits at a July Terre Haute Action Track Brandeis Midwest Sprint Car Series event.
You know a lot about racing? Dick Jordan knew more.
Forty-three cars took time at the quarter-mile Gas City I-69 Speedway to launch the 32nd NOS Energy Drink Indiana Sprint Week.
In the wake of Dick Jordan's passing, we went into the Sprint Car & Midget archives to revisit this story on Jordan and his incredible collection of racing memorabilia. In honor of D.J., this story is free for everyone...
This is part two of a special feature on Ron Shuman's Non-Wing World Championship from the August issue of Sprint Car & Midget Magazine.
While getting increasingly competitive in a more powerful car is rewarding in and of itself, Michael Pickens also realizes that driving a winged sprint car has made him better in a midget.
By 2005, the Chili Bowl pit area was already bursting at the seams, so even the most knowledgeable fans could be excused for overlooking New Zealand racer Michael Pickens.
The 15th annual Indiana Midget Week kicked off on June 5 at Montpelier Motor Speedway and ran for five consecutive nights before the finale was rained out.
A new generation of drivers were poised to make their mark as the 1960’s arrived.
Decades after the open range era had ended in America, one wonders if the descendants of the once virulent cattle and sheep wars decided to continue their spat in a new venue.
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