After more than 45 years of sprint car racing, Jac Haudenschild is getting ready to hang up his helmet.
For the first time in his career, Kyle Larson was voted the Driver of the Year by the North American 410 Sprint Car Poll voting panel of media members, promoters, sanctioning officials and manufacturers.
Destiny Motorsports and TMAC Motorsports have teamed up to put veteran sprint car driver Terry McCarl behind the wheel of the No. 4 sprint car.
TKS Motorsports owners Troy and Tammy Renfro have announced that Tea, S.D., veteran Matt Juhl will drive the team's No. 2ks sprint car next year.
McKenna Haase recently became the latest in a sequence of auto-racing drivers to participate in NBC’s American Ninja Warrior television series, an experience she’s since called “unforgettable.”
Donny Schatz has become the latest driver to enter the inaugural Wild Wing Shootout at Arizona Speedway on Jan. 22-24.
Brady Bacon was named the Driver of the Year by the North American Non-Winged Sprint Car Poll for the second time in his career.
The Schaeffer’s Oil Wild Wing Shootout presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts is less than three months away, and an all-star driver roster is already forming for the Jan. 22-24 410 winged sprint car event at FK Rod Ends Arizona Speedway.
Lernerville Speedway Hall of Famer Jerry Matus died Saturday at the age of 81. The news was confirmed by Matus' grandson, Brandon, on social media.
Kenny Rogers, who died late Friday evening at the age of 81, is considered one of the greatest country music artists of all time.
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