Make It Five

Make It Five Wins In A Row For Kyle Larson

Kyle Larson ran his sprint car win streak to five in a row Saturday night by sweeping the weekend with the World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series at Knoxville Raceway.
The field for Friday's World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series field prepares to go racing Friday at Tri-State Speedway. (Brad Plant Photo)

WoO Sprints Reshuffle Upcoming Schedule

The World of Outlaws NOS Energy Sprint Car Series kicks off a four-race swing from Iowa to Wisconsin to Indiana and eventually Ohio beginning Friday night. It's the next chapter in an evolving schedule for the nomadic sprint car series
The World of Outlaws will include Elimination Showdowns for Thursday's two-division program at Cedar Lake Speedway. (Trent Gower photo)

WoO Adds Elimination Showdowns For Cedar Lake

A unique pair of special Elimination Showdowns will highlight Thursday night’s action during the $274,000 three-day World of Outlaws event at Cedar Lake Speedway

New Crew Chief For Schatz As Ford Engine Moves Forward

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.

Brad Doty: In The Blink Of An Eye

Brad Doty’s life changed in the blink of an eye on July 23, 1988, as he came off of turn two on the opening lap of the fifth annual Kings Royal sprint car event at Eldora Speedway.

Ageless Sammy Swindell Is Still Going Strong

There’s no stopping 63-year-old Sammy Swindell.

KERCHNER: Meyers Gets The Job Done

CONCORD, N.C. Jason Meyers didn’t look like a man who had just clinched the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series championship.
Logan Schuchart in victory lane at the Jackson Nationals. (Trent Gower photo)

Schuchart Banks $30,000 Jackson Nationals

Logan Schuchart fended off an assault of slide jobs and dive bombs throughout the 35-lap feature to claim the 42nd annual Jackson Nationals title and the $30,000 prize that came with it

Swindell Remains In Johnson’s No. 41

Sammy Swindell will continue to pilot the Jason Johnson Racing entry the next two weeks until Johnson can return to the cockpit.
Carson Short celebrates victory at Triple-State Speedway. (Brad Plant photo)

Carson Short Steals The Show At Tri-State

Carson Short held off Sheldon Haudenschild to earn his first World of Outlaws NOS Energy Drink Sprint Car Series victory Friday night at Tri-State Speedway

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