On Monday, Nov. 12 it was announced that "The Silver Fox" David Pearson had died at the age of 83. Relive his legendary career with this special photo gallery.
In the 30 year history of the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl, only 19 drivers have visited victory lane. Here we take a look at each of those drivers in a special photo gallery!
Are you already missing the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals? We've got you covered! Check out a batch of leftover photos courtesy of the Hein Brothers!
The 69th running of the Pay Less Little 500 was held on Saturday night, May 27 at Anderson Speedway and featured the likes of Tony Stewart and Ken Schrader.
The USAC National Midget Series stormed into the Southern Illinois Center in DuQuoin, Ill., for the running of the Junior Knepper 55 on Saturday, Dec. 17. Tyler Courtney held off a field full of stars to win the indoor racing event.
Outlaw Kart racing is a big draw out on the West Coast and SPEED SPORT contributor Joe Shivak caught a little Outlaw Kart action last Sunday, Dec. 4 when he checked out the Sanders Barn Burner Series at the Chowchilla Fairgrounds pavilion in California.
The 20th running of the Rumble in Fort Wayne wrapped up on Saturday, Dec. 30 inside the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne, Ind.
Competitors took to Tulsa (Okla.) Expo Raceway on Monday for a day of practice ahead of the opening night of competition during the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Midget Nationals. The Hein Brothers were on hand to snap photos of all the action.
The curtain came down on the USAC National Midget Series season with the running of the Turkey Night Grand Prix on Thursday night, Nov. 24. NASCAR Sprint Cup Series start Kyle Larson returned to his roots and stormed to victory in the 98-lap event at California's Ventura Raceway.
The 31st running of the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire were held Saturday night and Christopher Bell took home top honors against a field full of the best midget racers in the world. Photographers Frank Smith and Keenan Wright were on hand to capture all the action.