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.
Dan Motter, who has had a lifelong love for sprint cars dating back to his early days of driving in 1973, has announced that Motter Motorsports will cease operations, effective immediately.
Marshall Skinner is a god-fearing man with a big heart for his family and racing.
Former Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series champion Aaron Reutzel announced Friday he will team up with Josh Baughman to chase the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions title next season.
After a year off from full-time competition with the King of the West-NARC Sprint Car Series, Tarlton Motorsports will return to chase the championship in 2018, with Shane Golobic taking the reins of the No. 21x sprint car.
Andy Forsberg will return to the seat of the F&F Racing No. X1 machine next season to chase after both the Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour pres. by Abreu Vineyards and Placerville Speedway championships.
Chase Briscoe may have been at the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series banquet on Saturday night to collect the tour’s Most Popular Driver Award, but he also made a big announcement during the celebration as well.
Justin Sanders has often flown under the radar so to speak in California, despite picking up more than 50 victories so far in his young career.
Danny Dietrich and Gary Kauffman Racing will tackle an intense schedule in 2018, splitting their focus near evenly between competition in Central Pennsylvania and on the road.
When Kevin Swindell announced that he was forming a winged sprint car team late last season and that national midget hot-shoe Spencer Bayston was going to be the driver, there were many that raised an eyebrow at the time.
Danny Dietrich will team up with car owner Tom Buch to kick-off his season in Florida again next year.
Washington state-based Rudeen Racing will expand to a two-car team next season, fielding sprint cars for veteran Joey Saldana and former NASCAR driver Tayler Malsam.