In arguably the biggest win yet of his 2017 ‘Return To Dirt’ Tour, Tony Stewart caught a lucky break and then held off the field to win Monday night’s Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions sprint car feature at Pittsburgh’s Pennsylvania Motor Speedway.
If ever there was a weekend where the numbers were in favor of 19-year-old Anthony McCune, this weekend’s Must See Racing Sprint Car Series ‘Western Swing’ doubleheader is the one to watch.
In spite of a night that appeared as though World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series rookie contender Sheldon Haudenschild was going to score his first-career series win, Donny Schatz still had the last word.
Saturday night, the McCune family completed the task they set out to accomplish two weeks ago in Must See Racing Sprint Car Series competition, scoring a one-two finish in the Buckeye State Shootout at Midvale Speedway.
Brian Gerster became the first repeat fast qualifier in five Must See Racing Sprint Car Series events this season, taking down the quick time in the series’ inaugural appearance at Midvale Speedway on Saturday evening.
Ryan Gillenwater stalled the McCune Express, if only briefly, during final practice for the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series’ inaugural appearance at Midvale Speedway on Saturday.
Two-time and defending Must See Racing Sprint Car Series champion Jimmy McCune continued his summer hot streak by leading the opening practice session for Saturday’s Buckeye State Shootout at Midvale Speedway.
Christopher Bell took the lead from Brad Sweet and held off Donny Schatz on a restart with nine laps to go to win the Knight Before the Kings Royal at Eldora Speedway on Friday night.
Tanner Thorson charged from seventh and fended off Andrew Felker and Zach Daum for the win on the opening night of the inaugural POWRi Thunder in the Valley at Valley Speedway on Friday.
Sam Hafertepe Jr. became the first driver to reach the double digit win threshold with the Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series this season, scoring his 10th win of the year in the opening night of Friday’s Rushmore Rumble at Black Hills Speedway.
When the 2017 Must See Racing Sprint Car Series schedule was first announced during the offseason, among those most excited about the tour’s inaugural trip to Midvale Speedway was Richwood, Ohio veteran Joe Speakman.
After a three-hour rain delay in the early evening, Kerry Madsen dominated the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series Jokers Wild at Eldora Speedway on Thursday night, leading all 30 laps to secure his fourth win of the season.