Shark Racing driver Logan Schuchart raced from 19th on the grid to win Friday night’s 35-lap Kings Outlaw Showdown at Keller Auto Speedway
Taking the lead just after the halfway point in the feature, David Gravel hung tough through multiple restarts and held off fast-moving Rico Abreu to pick up his second World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series win of the season Wednesday night
The World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series season kickoff tour continues through California on March 31-April 1 with stops at Keller Auto Speedway and Perris Auto Speedway.
iRacing.com has announced a sponsorship agreement with Kasey Kahne Racing for select World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series races.
Greg Staab, a man who wore many hats during his racing career as a driver, car owner, crew chief, mechanic, track promoter and series coordinator, died Monday after a battle with cancer.
Former USAC National Midget champions Tanner Thorson, Christopher Bell and Jerry Coons Jr. are among the latest headline drivers to file entries to compete in the USAC National Midget season-opening Shamrock Classic at the Southern Illinois Center on March 18.
Justin Grant bested fellow Californian Chad Boespflug and hard-charger Carson Short in Friday night’s crowd thrilling AMSOIL USAC National Sprint Car Series opener on a very tacky and unusually choppy Bubba Raceway Park
Volusia Speedway Park and DIRTcar officials have responded after three spectators were injured when a sprint car flew over the turn-two fence at the half-mile dirt track during Sunday night’s World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series feature.
What’s the most asked question at the DIRTcar Nationals? “Is that really a Ford in Schatz’s car?” The answer is “No,” though the car has a big Ford decal on the hood.
Rush Enterprises, which operates a network of commercial vehicle dealerships in North America, will support Tony Stewart's return to dirt track racing this season.