The top performers from the 2017 Must See Racing Sprint Car Series season will be honored during the annual Must See Racing Awards Banquet on Saturday in Coldwater, Mich.
When the late Bryan Clauson’s name was called for induction into this year’s class of the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame, his fiancé Lauren Stewart was among those who wasn’t expecting it.
Clyde Knipp Racing will embark on its third season of World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series competition with a new sponsor, as driver Clyde Knipp’s No. 13 carries branding from T-Rex Tape.
With a résumé that includes more than 25 years of successful motorsports promotion, long-time racing executive Jerry Gappens has reached an agreement with track owner Jack Himelick to lease and promote Gas City I-69 Speedway.
When Spencer Bayston won the 40th annual Belleville Midget Nationals last August on the historic, half-mile Belleville High Banks, no one could have predicted he might be the last winner of the crown jewel race.
Despite the red-hot action on-track during Saturday’s 55-lap finale to the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals, there was one notable name in the pit area who struggled to crack a smile at the entertainment.
Rarely in recent years have B-Main transfers had a shot to contend for the win in the 55-lap Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals finale, but don’t tell that to California’s Ryan Bernal.
Christopher Bell took advantage of Kyle Larson’s misfortune to become a two-time Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals champion on Saturday night at the Tulsa Expo Center.
A bump-and-run determined the outcome of Saturday’s #BCForever Pole Shuffle and ultimately gave Kyle Larson the pole for the 32nd annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals at the Tulsa Expo Center.
Chase Johnson’s smile was so big following the conclusion of Thursday night’s Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals preliminary feature that you could, almost literally, see it from the opposite side of the Tulsa Expo Center.
Defending Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals winner Christopher Bell knows two things for certain going into General Tire Championship Day on Saturday: he doesn’t need his provisional and he’s guaranteed a front row starting spot.
They say all good things eventually come to an end, and that was indeed the case on Friday night at the River Spirit Expo Center, as Clauson-Marshall Racing’s Justin Grant snapped Keith Kunz’s stranglehold on victory lane.