What the hell is an encumbered finish? According to NASCAR officials, it’s when the race-winning car has three or more missing lug nuts or fails the post-race laser inspection by a “significant” amount.
Call it the Back Gate Nationals. Call it anything you like for that matter, the inaugural DirtOne World Short Track Championship made quite a splash in the grassroots racing industry.
I recently made a sentimental journey back in time to a speedway I had not visited in 18 years.
It was a long time ago, but I still remember the navigation process for a few dozen trips: turn the big steering wheel smoothly and guide the semi-truck off the I-65 expressway just north of downtown Indianapolis, wheeling west on 16th Street.
As we move ever closer to the end of the season, several observations come to mind.
There is a serious problem with modified racing in the Southeast and it needs to be fixed while the situation remains solvable.
During the days of the “split” in Indy car racing, Roger Penske and John Menard played significant roles on opposite sides of the fence.
We’ve given everyone a couple days to recover from Election Day, and now it’s time to make some more difficult choices.
The Oct. 15 AMSOIL USAC-CRA 410 sprint car race was the 19th race of the season for the series and ninth at Perris Auto Speedway. It had a field of 26
The AMA 1,000cc Sidecar National Championship was held earlier this month at Costa Mesa Speedway