The defending champion of the richest race in winged 360 sprint car history will be back to defend his title.
Brad Sweet remained at the top of the National Sprint Car Rankings for the second consecutive week, while David Gravel jumped from fourth to second in the standings.
Aaron Reutzel added another handsome payday to his stellar season, winning Saturday night’s Dean Knittel Memorial for the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 sprint cars at Atomic Speedway
From the first time that Lucas Oil Empire Super Sprints regular Coleman Gulick met Canadian sim-racer Alex Bergeron, Gulick knew there was a fierce passion for competition in the teenager’s life.
When Coleman Gulick agreed to give Canadian sim-racer Alex Bergeron a shot in one of his winged sprint cars this season, Bergeron knew it was the realization of his longest-held aspirations.
Bobby Santos left Jennerstown Speedway frustrated one year ago, vowing to come back stronger after being defeated by Jimmy McCune in the inaugural David D. Mateer Memorial.
With plans to compete in Pennsylvania during the coming weekend, Speedweek: Reloaded winner James McFadden was unsure of his team’s return to Atomic Speedway for Friday’s Night Before The Knittel
Morrie Williams, owner of the iconic number No. 0 sprint car and a veteran of six decades of racing on the West Coast, has died at the age of 85
Tim Shaffer and his crew chief Cody Jacobs have parted ways with Demyan-Rudzik Racing, effective immediately.
Rain was all around Ohsweken Speedway on Friday night, but the wet weather held off just long enough for all of the scheduled racing to be completed in the Night Before the Nationals.
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