Winter Nationals are returning next week, and we are counting down the top five reasons the dirt racing community loves East Bay Raceway Park.
The January snows are drifting in the Midwest and the Northeast is a snowbound tundra. The icy grip of winter has a firm hold on the northern two-thirds of the United
Spencer Bayston would have been a top 20 driver if his Midget results were the only factor in the Flo50.
Brandon Sheppard swept the top 10 in five previous nights of Wild West Shootout action and finally won the big money in the finale.
Kyle Bronson’s day job will keep him away from the track for the opening nights of Winter Nationals, but that doesn’t mean he can’t win the big show.
Ricky Weiss dominated Night 5 of the Wild West Shootout and kept his hopes alive for a $10,000 bonus that goes to anyone who can win three.
Saturday night, Christopher Bell became only the third driver to win consecutive Chili Bowls.
Justin Grant found the highline and dedicated himself to it Friday to take win the final preliminary night A-Main win.
On the same day Hudson O’Neal ran his first Midget race, he announced he would race in 10 Wingless Sprints in 2018.
There is no rest for the weary on Midget racing, but if there is, someone will record it.
The Winter Nationals is not only the first major race of the season, but it also provides momentum all the way through January and February.
When a team is as dominant as Keith Kunz has been in the Chili Bowl so far, winning seems to come easy.