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.
Jesse Love, Grant Duinkerken and Kalib Montgomery won their respective feature events at the George Snider Classic at the Dirt Track at Kern County Raceway on Saturday night
Kyle Larson’s upcoming West Coast sojourn with his own midget entry isn’t the only time the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series star will be a driver and owner during the offseason.
Promoter Len Sammons has announced the 2020 dates for the three annual concrete events that make up the Indoor Auto Racing Series.
It has been a long-honored tradition for the winner of the world’s most famous auto race, the Indianapolis 500, to have his photo taken while kissing the famous yard of bricks at the start-finish line at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Two years ago when the world’s most famous Midget race, the Turkey Night Grand Prix, made its much-heralded return to the dirt at Perris Auto Speedway, race winner Kyle Larson began a new tradition when he kissed J.C. Agajanian’s bronzed hat on top of the massive Aggie trophy.
Tickets for the 2020 Indoor Auto Racing Series races in Trenton, N.J., and Syracuse, N.Y., will go on sale for the first time on Wednesday, Nov. 20.
“If it looks like a midget and sounds like a midget, it’s a midget” — and therefore it’s eligible to compete in the 32nd running of the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals.
For the 49th consecutive season, Sammy Swindell can call himself a winner.
The dates and class information for the 35th Lucas Oil Tulsa Shootout have been finalized, with the 2020 event taking place Jan. 1-4 under the roof of the River Spirit Expo Center.
For many years, the annual migration to Tulsa, Okla., for the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals has triggered a near-mass delusion.
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