Rain & Wet Grounds Wash Elite Weekend Away

Already very wet from recent winter storms, heavy rainfall Sunday and Monday forced ASCS Elite Non-Wing Series presented by Abilene Powder Coating and Big O Speedway officials to call off the Smiley's Racing Products Texas Wingless Nationals.

Petrov Joins Eves At Exclusive Autosport

Exclusive Autosport has announced Russian open-wheel star Artem Petrov as the team's second Indy Pro 2000 Championship Presented by Cooper Tires driver for this season.


SHEHEEN: An Engine Battle Is Brewing

The most talked about topic during the DIRTcar Nationals at Florida’s Volusia Speedway Park was the trio of engine manufacturers now competing in 410 sprint car racing.

FROST: Help For Racing’s Small Businesses

The new year and how the motorsports industry continues to deal with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic — and financial burdens related to it — will most certainly impact the industry for many years to come.

KNUTSON: Formula One’s Budget Crunch

For the first time there is a budget cap in place for the Formula One teams. But of course, Formula One being Formula One, there are all sorts of loopholes and exemptions.


Todd Benner Joins Selinsgrove Management Team

A fresh face has joined the promotional and management team at Selinsgrove Speedway as Selinsgrove businessman Todd Benner has joined Speedway Management Group LLC, the management team that currently manages the historic oval’s efforts.

Burrola Claims Round Two Of Stockton Challenge

Evan Burrola won Sunday afternoon’s second round of the Stockton Challenge at Delta Speedway, earning the victory in the 20-lap Open 500 Outlaw feature.

Strategy Pays Off For McGhee In Chilly Willy 150

In a classic shootout to the finish, a driver that had gone winless in recent time did everything he needed to do in order to take home the eighth annual Chilly Willy 150 trophy and prize at Tucson Speedway Sunday afternoon.

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The History Of Spotters

Imagine running 200 mph in a three-wide, eight-row deep pack of cars at Florida’s Daytona Int’l Speedway or Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway.

Why Not Eight Cup Titles?

Over seven decades, thousands of drivers have entered NASCAR Cup Series races, but only three have become seven-time champions. 


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