Mike Fedorcak grinned from ear to ear after climbing from his car in the midst of a resurgent weekend at the Allen County Memorial Coliseum Expo Center.
Friday evening during national midget qualifying for the 20th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne, it was as if all-time winner and three-time NASCAR Cup Series champion Tony Stewart never took any time off.
If you talked to Donny Schatz following yet another championship celebration at The Dirt Track at Charlotte last weekend, you might have thought he’d just won his first World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series title instead of his ninth.
Amid a light mist that hung in the air as the final championship pictures were being taken Saturday night at The Dirt Track at Charlotte, Tony Stewart looked around at his assembled crew, clapped driver Donny Schatz on the shoulder and grinned.
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.
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.
After Jason Johnson dominated the proceedings Tuesday night at Granite City Speedway, Donny Schatz used a mid-race restart to capture his 11th World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series win of the season.
A lot changed a 81 Speedway during the 11-year absence of the World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series at the three-eighths-mile track, but the results were the same.
SEDALIA, Mo. — Missouri State Fair Speedway has always been a special place for eight-time and defending World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series champion Donny Schatz. After all, he made his first start with the series in 1993 as a teenager at the historic track. Schatz returned to the half-mile on Friday night, in the first Outlaws visit to the …
There is simply no let up in Tony Stewart Racing during ‘Florida in February’.
In an eleventh-hour deal, Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series regular Kyle Larson will compete in Wednesday night’s Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions event at Volusia Speedway Park.
New Jersey’s New Egypt Speedway will celebrate late USAC champion Bryan Clauson’s legacy during their racing program on Saturday, Aug. 13.