Jimmy McCune kicked off his quest for a third-straight Must See Racing Sprint Car Series championship the same way he did one year ago, by winning the season-opening Southern Shootout at Anderson Motor Speedway in dominating fashion on Friday night.
14-year-old Colorado young gun George Kurtz is, quite simply, on a roll in the USAC Speed2 Eastern Midget Series.
Lee Jordan proved his dominance of Anderson Motor Speedway’s three-eighths-mile on Saturday night, leading the 20-lap U.S. Legend Cars feature from start-to-finish en route to a stop in victory lane.
Visit Anderson Motor Speedway this Friday night to see the high-flying cars and stars of the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series, competing in their first race of the 2017 season!
The final countdown to the 2017 season kickoff for the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series has begun, with the ‘World’s Fastest Short Track Cars’ set to invade the Carolinas for the sixth-annual Southern Shootout, April 21-22.
After Brian Gerster closed his 2016 season with a vicious crash at Owosso Speedway last August, destroying one of the most productive winged asphalt sprint cars to ever hit the race track, the two-time Must See Racing Sprint Car Series champion is hoping to erase those bad memories this year.
Former Hickory Motor Speedway winner and National Sprint Car Hall of Famer Jeff Bloom will head back south and try to duplicate his past success during the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series season-opening Southern Shootout on April 21-22.
When the Must See Racing Sprint Car Series presented by Engine Pro invades the Carolinas next month, Jimmy McCune will officially begin his quest to defend his two consecutive series titles.
Cole Glasson put an end to the dominance of David Roberts at Anderson Motor Speedway last Thursday, turning back the driver who has scored all but two wins at the track and scoring his first-career NASCAR Whelen All American Series win at the three-eighths mile oval.
WILLIAMSTON, S.C. — Audio and recap by Race Chaser Online Managing Editor Jacob Seelman — Chris Seelman photo — From one Anderson to another, reigning Must See Racing Sprint Car Series (MSRSCS) champion Jimmy McCune kicked off the 2016 season the same way he ended 2015 — on top of the heap. McCune charged past outside polesitter Jeff Bloom going …
WILLIAMSTON, S.C. — Audio and recap by Race Chaser Online Managing Editor Jacob Seelman — Chris Seelman photo — “Double Aught” Jake Nelke made the Garden State proud on Friday night at Anderson Motor Speedway, hauling south from Manahawkin, New Jersey to South Carolina and leaving the three-eighths mile oval with the season-opening win for the USAC Eastern Midget Series. Nelke …
WILLIAMSTON, S.C. — Audio and recap by Race Chaser Online Managing Editor Jacob Seelman — Chris Seelman photo — After being put to the rear for jumping the initial start, Michael Womack battled back in a caution-free 20-lap U.S. Legends Car feature on Friday night at Anderson Motor Speedway, passing race-long leader Randy Gunton with four laps to go and …