In the long, storied history of the Terre Haute Action Track, less than a handful of drivers have exhibited the stretch of mastery in USAC competition that Chris Windom has attained over the past season.
As the curtain closes on the final weekend of summer, another one rises on a stretch of racing in the Midwest that will play a pivotal role in determining the next USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car champion.
Many fans of dirt and open wheel racing at the short track level automatically know the name Chris Windom when it pops up in conversation, but far fewer know his name among the NASCAR fan-base.
A perfect driving performance from start-to-finish in dirt track racing is a nearly impossible task to achieve.
One night after celebrating a USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car victory at Lawrenceburg Speedway, Chris Windom was back in the familiar setting of victory lane during the 17th running of the USAC Silver Crown Series Sumar Classic.
USAC National driving champions Chris Windom, Brady Bacon and Tanner Thorson shared the spotlight along with other 2016 USAC champions and special award recipients at Friday night’s 61st USAC Night of Champions celebration at the Indiana Roof Ballroom.
Chris Windom left no doubt that he came to Eldora Speedway Saturday night in championship mode.
In the 46-year history of the USAC Silver Crown Championship, only six times has the race for the series title been separated by 10 points or less heading into the final event of the season.
Chris Windom was able to fend off a furious late-race rally by Bryan Clauson to win in the return of champ car racing to Williams Grove Speedway after a 35-year hiatus in Friday night’s “Horn/Schindler Memorial” 100-lap USAC Silver Crown race.
KOKOMO, Ind. — official series release — Travis Branch photo — It had been since September of 2013 since Chris Windom had won on the AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship tour, but Wednesday night he fended off Dave Darland to win the 30-lap feature that was postponed from the July 11 Indiana Sprint Week event. The race precedes “Sprint Car …
BELLEVILLE, Kan. — official series release — TeeJay Crawford photo — After a heartbreaking defeat in last year’s Hustle on the High Banks at the Belleville High Banks, Chris Windom sealed the deal Friday night with a wire-to-wire win in the 50-lapper for the USAC Silver Crown Series. The Canton, Ill., driver made it his second career victory in dominant …
TULSA, Okla. (January 15, 2014) – Frank Smith photo – Drama was plenty when the checkered flag dropped on the second night of the 28th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire, as Indiana’s Caleb Armstrong edged out Sammy Swindell for his first Chili Bowl prelim victory on Wednesday’s River Spirit Casino Qualifying Night. The second first time …