If a rookie is lamenting a sixth-place qualifying effort at the toughest non-winged sprint car event in the United States, it marks both a positive sign and a potential for upset when it comes to Saturday’s 69th running of the Pay Less Little 500.
Caleb Armstrong used consistency over a one-mile run to win the pole for the 69th annual Pay Less Little 500 during Thursday’s weather-delayed qualifying session.
For the second time in as many days, rain led to the cancellation of Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions racing, washing out Saturday night’s program at Wilmot Raceway.
Badlands Motor Speedway officials have made the decision to suspend racing, effective immediately, following a dispute with the local emergency services provider that was working with the facility.
15-year-old Gio Scelzi stunned the King of the West/NARC Fujitsu Sprint Car Series by scoring his first-career series victory in a last-turn thriller Saturday night at Placerville Speedway.
Anytime Lance Dewease and the Don Kreitz Racing team hit the race track, the odds are high that they will be standing in victory lane at the end of the night.
Trey Starks barnstormed to his first-ever Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions victory on Sunday night, topping the Roy Morral Tribute at Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway.
Thanks to a green-white-checkered restart, Willie Croft shot past Colby Copeland to claim a thrilling victory in Saturday’s Elk Grove Ford Sprint Car Challenge Tour presented by Abreu Vineyards feature at Petaluma Speedway.
For the second time in as many evenings, Lance Dewease defended his home turf from the invading Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions, scoring a victory at Port Royal Speedway during Saturday night’s Keith Kauffman Classic.
Lance Dewease outdueled Freddie Rahmer to win the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions Tommy Hinnershitz Memorial on Friday night at Williams Grove Speedway.
Any lingering doubts of Tony Stewart’s adaptability, versatility and desire to return to winning form behind the wheel of every short track car he straps into were erased this week, as the retired three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion completed a very successful test session with Hoffman Auto Racing.
Anderson Speedway track president Rick Dawson announced during Wednesday’s City of Anderson Little 500 Festival that NASCAR and dirt track legend Ken Schrader will make his Pay Less Little 500 debut on May 27, driving for Brad and Tara Armstrong.