Jason Johnson, a five-time Lucas Oil American Sprint Car Series champion and one of the most popular winners of the prestigious Knoxville Nationals, has died.
Three spectators were transported to a local hospital after Dale Blaney’s sprint car flipped out of the track at Volusia Speedway Park on Sunday night.
The field for the 58th annual 5-hour Energy Knoxville Nationals may be one of the most interesting in the history of the legendary event at Knoxville Raceway.
Sprint car veteran and 99-time World of Outlaw Craftsman Sprint Car Series winner Joey Saldana has found a new home.
With four days of racing and nearly 100 of the top sprint car drivers in the country converging on Knoxville Raceway, the 58th annual 5-hour Energy Knoxville Nationals was one for the history books in numerous ways.
The World of Outlaws announced an exclusive partnership with The National Center for Drug Free Sport for a robust drug-testing program to improve the safety of competitors in compliance with a revised World of Outlaws Substance Abuse Policy
According to reigning World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series champion Donny Schatz, Tony Stewart Racing is currently working with Ford Motor Co. officials to develop a 410 sprint car engine.
Sprint car driver Justin Peck has been suspended by DIRTcar following a failed drug test.
World of Outlaws Craftsman Sprint Car Series driver Jason Johnson was injured during Saturday's feature event at Beaver Dam Raceway.
Donny Schatz will have a new crew chief next season as Tony Stewart/Curb-Agajanian Racing and Ford Performance move closer to introducing a Ford sprint car engine.