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.
Withstanding persistent pressure from his summer landlord, Tony Stewart, Rico Abreu earned his place in Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions victory lane on Friday evening at Atomic Speedway, capturing the Open Wheel Championships preliminary victory worth $5,000 over a field of 46 entries
Showing the sprint car world a Tony Stewart of old in winning Sunday night’s Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions presented by Mobil 1 feature at BAPS Motor Speedway
Tim Shaffer and his crew chief Cody Jacobs have parted ways with Demyan-Rudzik Racing, effective immediately.
After more than 22 seasons of racing professionally, Craig Dollansky has announced his retirement from the sport of sprint car racing.
Mansfield Motor Speedway officials have announced the track will host the inaugural Sprint Car World Championship next April 27-28, paying $100,000 to the winner
Tony Stewart appears set to return to the seat of a winged sprint car by competing in at least three Arctic Cat All Star Circuit of Champions races during Florida Speedweeks
Spencer Bayston has found a new home as he prepares to embark on his first full season of winged 410ci sprint car racing next year.
According to published reports, the National Sprint League will not sanction any races next season.
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