Inspired by the response to Sammy Swindell’s playlist, featured in our last issue, Sprint Car & Midget Magazine will make the playlist offering a regular feature within our pages.
There are times as a writer when you stare at a blank screen, drum your fingers on the keyboard and try to figure out a way to get started.
Eighteen-year-old Jadon Rogers was recently named the USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series Rookie of the Year, adding an early notch to a quickly-growing racing resume.
After a very difficult three nights at the Kokomo Smackdown, it was obvious that the USAC National Sprint Car Series championship was out of reach for Justin Grant.
As race teams and officials began assembling at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in Springfield, everything seemed just a bit odd.
This is part two of a feature story on California's Jake Swanson from the November 2020 issue of Sprint Car & Midget Magazine.
As Jake Swanson continued to methodically rip out a section of flooring in his newly acquired Danville, Ind., home, he could be excused for taking a moment or two to find his bearings.
Nothing lasts forever, including long-standing traditional open-wheel racing events.
“This has to be a dream,” Cannon McIntosh recalled saying. Here he was, in only his second year of midgets, gunning for a feature win at the Chili Bowl.
Coming into the NOS Energy Drink Indiana Sprint Week opener at Gas City I-69 Speedway, Logan Seavey and Reinbold/Underwood Motorsports debated putting together a new car.
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