Texas sprint car driver-turned midget rookie Payton Williams had one of the most memorable Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals experiences in recent history, but for all the wrong reasons.
MOORESVILLE, N.C. — Chase Briscoe Racing will take on a different look when they roll into Duquoin, IL on March 17th. Briscoe will also step into the role of car owner as he has tabbed 29-year-old driver Kyle Cummins from Princeton, IN to fill the seat on the No. 5 CBR Quick Racing Products, Big Tine, Tex-A-Con Cut Stone, Cunningham …
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — What makes racing worth watching? That is a question that promoters, drivers, fans and even those who don’t like racing often find themselves asking when it comes to motorsports. For some people, it is the atmosphere, the roaring of the engines and the distinct racing fuel aroma. A racetrack can be a unique environment during a …
Erick Rudolph is a betting man, and it showed once again on Saturday night inside Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall.
NASCAR driving talent Ryan Preece will be heading to Atlantic City this week on a mission. After being fast in practice the last three years for the NAPA Know How race weekend held inside famous Boardwalk Hall, Preece has had problems that have kept him from the starting line-up of the Gambler’s Classic.
While most of the Indoor Auto Racing Series Presented By VP Fuels stars head into Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall on January 27-28, 2017 with race proven equipment, crowd favorite Andy Jankowiak’s quest for a fourth career Indoor Auto Racing Series victory hinges on the successful completion of an all new Three Quarter (TQ) Midget of his own design.
Justin Peck is hoping the third time’s the charm for he and his No. 5x midget team during this year’s 31st annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals at the Tulsa Expo Center.
Three Quarter (TQ) Midget drivers Ryan Flores and Tommy Catalano left the December 30-31 Allentown, Pa. Indoor Auto Racing double header with the best results of their driving careers.
Ryan “Skip” Flores had been trying to win a race in the Indoor Auto Racing Championship Series presented by Len Sammons Motorsports Productions for many years.
If anyone who attends the Rumble in Fort Wayne indoor midget races from year to year needs an example of why the event promotes the aspects of family and friends as much as they do the racing product, they need not look any further than the Corson family.
24-year-old Kyle Hamilton finally put an 11-year winless drought at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum to rest on Saturday night, taking the most famed car owners in midget racing history to a win in the finale of the 19th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne.
Night one of the 19th annual Rumble in Fort Wayne proved two things in the headlining National Midget class: Nick Hamilton came to win at the Coliseum, and he earned the respect of his competitors despite just missing out on that goal.