Sponsors & New Looks

Sponsors & New Looks Confirmed For TSR Sprint Cars

Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing has announced its partner line-up and unveiled all-new looks for Donny Schatz and team owner Tony Stewart.
Jac Haudenschild will end his sprint car racing career at the conclusion of the season. (Adam Fenwick Photo)

Wild Child Ending His Career Driving For Rico Abreu

After more than 45 years of sprint car racing, Jac Haudenschild is getting ready to hang up his helmet. 
Toyota

Toyota Engines Extend Run Of Tulsa Success

Toyota Racing Development extended its reign over the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals with its seventh straight victory as an engine manufacturer during Saturday night’s finale.
Gravel

Gravel & Big Game Unveil New Colors For WoO Run

Excitement is brewing as the kickoff nears for the new partnership between Big Game Motorsports and David Gravel, highlighted by a new paint scheme.
Pursley

Pursley Earns Chili Bowl Rookie Of The Year Honors

The battle for rookie-of-the-year honors at the 35th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals went down to the final laps of Saturday’s B Mains at Tulsa Expo Raceway.
McDougal

McDougal’s Alphabet Soup Run Ends In Heartbreak

Jason McDougal was the talk of the town during the alphabet soup portion of Saturday’s 35th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals and he wasn’t even in the field for the grand finale.
Bacon

Fatheadz Back With Bacon & Hoffman Auto Racing

Fatheadz Eyewear will return as the primary sponsor for the Hoffman Auto Racing No. 69 sprint car and driver Brady Bacon for the upcoming USAC AMSOIL National Sprint Car Series season.

IRA Sprints Expand Rookie Award Program

The Bumper To Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Series has announced that Sage Fruit and Hepfner Race Products to support the series' rookie-of-the-year program.
Bell

Bell ‘Laid It All On The Line’ In Chili Bowl Finale

Christopher Bell has learned over the last two years that the Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals can be just as fickle as it can be kind.
Larson

A Second Helping Of Chili For Kyle Larson

Kyle Larson led every lap of the 35th Lucas Oil Chili Bowl Nationals on Saturday night to earn his second-straight victory in the annual midget extravaganza inside the Tulsa Expo Center.

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