A perfect driving performance from start-to-finish in dirt track racing is a nearly impossible task to achieve.
Fresh off winning the POWRi Illinois SPEED Week championship, New Zealand’s Michael Pickens is aiming to make it two titles in two weeks as he and his team tackle USAC’s 13th annual Indiana Midget Week.
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Speedway, Ind. — The pre-entry list for the second running of the “Shamrock Classic” USAC National Midget season opener at Du Quoin’s Southern Illinois Center has reached 50! The Saturday, March 18th event on the one-sixth-mile, indoor dirt oval features many of the biggest names in U.S. open-wheel, dirt track racing, including two drivers who’ve attained the status of USAC …
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 …
For fans of Kyle Larson’s dirt track racing endeavors, never fear: the Chip Ganassi Racing driver confirmed Wednesday during the final day of the NASCAR Media Tour that he has plans to race sprint cars and midgets again this year.
The final TBA date for the 2017 edition of Pennsylvania Midget Week has been revealed.
The successful partnership between Dave Darland and Phillips Motorsports is reborn as the pair aim for the 2017 USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car title.
Entries continue to pour in for the 2nd Annual “Junior Knepper 55” USAC Midget Special Event at the Southern Illinois Center in Du Quoin on Saturday, December 17. Among the entries so far are two-time USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car champion Brady Bacon from Oklahoma; versatile California racer and two-time Chili Bowl winner Cory Kruseman; plus, USAC Sprint Car standout …
The logjam at the top of the USAC National Midget standings is sure to create added excitement at this Thursday night’s “Jason Leffler Memorial” race at Wayne County Speedway in Wayne City, Ill., not to mention the $20,000 winner’s share of the purse, which will provide the biggest payday for a midget feature winner in the USA all year!
The USAC AMSOIL Sprint Car National Championship makes its final Midwest appearance of the 2016 season, before heading out west, this Saturday night, October 15 at the Terre Haute (Ind.) Action Track for the 17th “Jim Hurtubise Classic.”
Two drivers have each thrown their hat into the ring and will put themselves to the mental and physical test involved with running all four legs of this Saturday’s 35th running of the “4-Crown Nationals” at Eldora Speedway in Rossburg, Ohio.