Sponsor Pulls Faccinto

Sponsor Pulls Faccinto From 34th Chili Bowl

The No. 08 Tulsa Sod & Mulch Spike-Toyota of Michael Faccinto has been withdrawn from the 34th annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals after a third-place finish in his preliminary feature.
Donny Schatz

Donny Schatz Tests Midget Ahead Of Chili Bowl Debut

Donny Schatz got his first taste of midget racing during a Thursday test session at U.S. 24 Speedway.

He’s Back! Abreu Stops Thomas In Tulsa

For 25 laps on Wednesday night at the Tulsa Expo Center, a huge crowd of fans held their collective breath as they waited for a slip from either Rico Abreu or Tyler Thomas at the head of the field
New Chili Bowl Scenery

New Chili Bowl Scenery For Christopher Bell

If Christopher Bell is to tie Kevin Swindell with his fourth-straight Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals victory in January, he’ll have to do so with new scenery and a new race car.
Bryan Clauson

Bryan Clauson’s Old Car Returning To Tulsa Shootout

In 2003, Bryan Clauson won the Tulsa Shootout in a red and white No. 7.
Tyler Courtney

Courtney Lands Clauson-Marshall Ride

Tyler Courtney will drive a midget fielded by Clauson-Marshall Racing during the Jan. 10-14 Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals at Tulsa Expo Raceway inside the River Spirit Expo Center

Belleville: Out With The Old, In With the New

In August Spencer Bayston won the 40th annual Belleville Midget Nationals at the historic Belleville High Banks.
Chili Bowl

Chili Bowl Entry List Hits Record Number

The 31st annual Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals presented by General Tire has reached a record number of entries only weeks ahead of the event at the Tulsa Expo Raceway in Oklahoma on Jan. 10-14.
Cummins Chili Bowl

Poof! Bell Does It Again At The Chili Bowl

For the second year in a row, Christopher Bell made the Sooner State faithful a proud pack of race fans during the finale to the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals
After Eight Years

After Eight Years, Smoke Rises In Fort Wayne Again

It took him eight years and a boatload of effort to do it, but Tony Stewart finally returned to the top of the heap at the Rumble in Fort Wayne on Friday night.

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