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.
Recently-crowned Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions Rookie of the Year Max Stambaugh has parted ways with Ray Marshall Motorsports, effective immediately.
Three finalists have been named for the inaugural Brady Bacon Baton Award, which will select a young up and coming driver whom Bacon foresees as a future racing star bound for greater glory.
Hall of Fame driver Danny Lasoski will pilot a sprint car for Gary Scelzi Motorsports this weekend during the 24th annual Trophy Cup.
Ryan Smith cashed in for a grand total of $10,000 on Friday night at Mansfield Motor Speedway, sweeping the entire “Double Down at Mansfield” program for the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions.
Completing a weekend sweep against the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions, Brian Brown led all 30 laps Sunday night at Bedford Fairgrounds Speedway, capping off a $13,000 weekend in Central Pennsylvania.
Brian Brown ruled Central Pennsylvania soil on Saturday evening during his visit to Selinsgrove Speedway, claiming the 35th annual Jim Nace Memorial/National Open with the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions.
Lance Dewease scored the richest payday in the history of Port Royal Speedway on Saturday night, leading the final 44 laps of the 50th running of the Tuscarora 50 to bank the $50,000 winner’s share.
Lance Dewease returned to Port Royal Speedway on Friday evening and left as a winner, earning the Night Before The Tuscarora 50 victory over a field of 65 Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions entries.
The Ontario County Fair Board and Paul Cole have signed a deal for 2018 and 2019 for the operation of the speedway in Canandaigua, N.Y. Formerly known as Canandaigua Speedway, the track will be managed and operated as Land of Legends Raceway, building off of the longtime nickname of the famed 1/2-mile dirt track.