Every once in a while, specifically on long, cross-country road trips or a late race night that bled into early morning, Katelyn Larson would peek over her husband’s shoulder, wanting to know what’s keeping him so occupied on his phone.
Kyle Larson flung his No. 57 into turn one Tuesday night at Grandview Speedway and pulled alongside race-leader Freddie Rahmer, but without much surprise, it didn’t stick
The 2016 All-HammerDown Team, led by World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series regular Daryn Pittman, was announced on Friday.
The long awaited Ford 410 sprint car engine is finally a reality.
Dan Motter, who has had a lifelong love for sprint cars dating back to his early days of driving in 1973, has announced that Motter Motorsports will cease operations, effective immediately.
After several years away from touring the country on a full-time basis, Dale Blaney will return to chase the Ollie’s Bargain Outlet All Star Circuit of Champions title this season.
Tim Shaffer and his crew chief Cody Jacobs have parted ways with Demyan-Rudzik Racing, effective immediately.
Dave Blaney will return to full time sprint car racing for the first time since 1997 after teaming up with Pete Grove to drive the No. 70 sprint car with the Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions.
Washington state-based Rudeen Racing will expanded to a two-car team next season that will include veteran Joey Saldana and former NASCAR driver Tayler Malsam.
If there was any sort of notion that Kyle Larson would stumble and lose grip of the Pennsylvania Speedweek title, he took it and shoved it into yesteryear on Thursday night at Hagerstown Speedway
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